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JULY 2tf, lb3
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months will be entitled every ten
weeks, to a set of ten first class novels,
by sending us 30 cents (for each set of
len books) In postage stamps of silver,
on receipt of which we will send the
books post paid.
These books are complete novels by
standard authors, each a handsome
octavo volumn of 61 large double col
umn pages, In a neat attractive cover,
, und printed from clear, readable type,
THE BELLE OP LYNN; or THE
MILLER'S DAUGHTER. By Char
lotte M Braome, author of "Dora
THE BLACK TULIP. By Alexander
THE DUCHESS. By "The Duchess."
NURSE REVEL'S MISTAKE. By
MERLE'S CRUSADE. By Rosa Nou
A STUDY IN SCARLET. By A.
. ROCK RUIN; Or, THE DAUGH
TER OP THE ISLAND. By Mrs. Ann
. LORD LISLE'S DAUGHTER. By
Charlotte M. Braeme, author of "Dora
THE ARMORER OP TYRE. By Syl-
vunus Cobb, Jr.
Mr. QILFIL'S LOVE STORY. By
A SCARLET SIN. By Florence Mar
ryat. , . i , J J.
THE SEA KING. By Captain Mur
ryat. THE SEIGE OP GRANADA. By
tHr E. Bulwer Lytton.
Mr. MEESON'S WILL. By II. Rider
JENNY HARLOWE. By W. Clark
BEATON'S BARGAIN. By Mrs.
THE SQUIRE'S DARLING. By
Charlotte M. Rraenie, author of "Dora
THE RUSSIAN GIPSY. By Alexan
THE WANDEItlNG 1UCIU. By
FLOWER AND WEED. By Miss
M. E. Braddon.
NO THOROUGHFARE. By Charles
Dickens and Wllkle Collins.
THE GREAT HOOGARTY DIA
MOND. By W. M. Thackeray.
The above books lire nicely printed
and bound In attractive paper covers.
They are sold regularly at rotall for
i.ea cents each, so that our oiler en
ables our readers to buy them at one
Ujlrd of their value. It Is a grand
chance to secure stuudurd, high-class
works of ilctlon at merely nominal
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or U for the ten books, which The As
torlan subscribers can have for 30
Every ten. weeks a new set of ten
books will be ottered on the same
V(r,ms. Thus, In the course, of the year,
you will have a valuable library of 50
books that will cost you only $1.00.
This offer Is open only to regular sub
scribers. Subscribers to The Dully Astorlun,
who pay $7 for one year la advance
will be entitled to these books free of
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who pay t'i In advance for one year's
Mubscrlptlon, will be entitled to any of
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of S cents per book. On receipt of the
list of books discrlbed, accompanied by
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book ordered, we will have the books
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regular subscriber to The Weekly Asto
rlan as above.
DO YOU LIKE OYSTERS T-
Those who wish to have the fltwat
Shoalwater Bay oysters or clama by
the quart or pint In Jars, can have
them delivered nice and freBh by Hon.
fr Fletcher. Orders left at The Asto
rlun olllce will receive prompt ami rare
ful attention from him.
A STAR-GAZING ERA.
Every evening and all evening there
may be noted along the streets in spots
conveniently obsecure from the glare
of the electric lights, old men, middle
aged men, young men and boys, some
armed with diminutive opera glasses,
and the balance open-eyed, training
their respective visions toward the
They are looking for the comet. -
Nine out of ten of them have as
much lntrest in the; comet as curiosity
prompts, and are woefully disappointed
because they are not treated to a reg
ular celestial dime museum freak, with
radlent nucleus, streaming coma and a
tall as long and brilliant as one of
Rider Haggard's stories. But the truth
of tho matter is that this comet i
strictly a scientific and not a popular
body a sort of Chautauquan conven
tion, as It were- At its most elaborate
full-dresH, and resplendant stage, the
tho stranger apppeared as a sort of a
nebulous spot about a bright as a
star of the third magnitude and as un
ndmlrublo as a being of that class in
the theatrical firmament. Its greatest
spread of tall was less than ten minutes
of arc; which, interesting enough from
a telescopic standpoint, does not
amount to shucks when seen with the
naked eye from a street corner stand
point. Since July 15th, it has been
waltzing oft into space in its hyper
bolic path and now the tall is only
about five minutes of arc In length and
isn't very much of a yarn at that.
If a fellow is really stuck on comet"
and wants badly to fill a mental ach
ing void with this one, let him line
Polaris and the Pointers of Ursa Major,
otherwise the Dipper; about forty .de
grees above the horizon and along the
line, at ten o'clock p. m., he will see
two stars of the third magnitude,
known as Iota and Kappa, of the con
stellation Lynx? A little down and to
the left he will see three faint stars
forming almost an equilateral triangle,
which stars are in the constellation
Leo Minor; and Just an inch or so be
low the right hand basic star he can
espy Mr. Comet and be happy- He
needn't take a glass, unless he wants
to, and with a dozen or so aboard lie
can possibly see four or five comets and
any quantity of new const'ellatlonlc
Show this evening as usual-
ALONG THE WHARVES.
The Landseer has finished ballast,
and is now ready to take wheat on
All the ships of this season's grain
fleet, which sailed hence prior to March
1st, have arrived out, except the Moel
Tryvan, which sailed February 27th.
The schooner W. F. Jewett sailed for
Redondo Beach yesterday with a cargo
Tho steamer Columbia arrived up
from San Francisco yesterday. She
brought fifty tons of miscellaneous
freight for this port.
The steamier Oregon sailed for Son
FranciBco yesterday morning.
The Sarah Dixon made her last
trip to Skamokawa on Sunday. She
will be put on the run on the Oregon
side, and the Shaver will be laid up
for the present. , I , j
Mr. J. A- Roa of San Jose is a guest
at tho Occident.
Mr. F. W. Pettygrove of San Fran
Cisco arrived In this city yesterday.
Mr. P. L. Willis and family were
among those who registered at the Oc
Mr. F. II. Polniloxter, formerly In the
cannery business in Alaska, came) up' on
the Columbia from San Francisco yes
Mr. J. I. Thompson, who has been
visiting his sister. Mrs. C. A. Campbell
for a few days past, left last) evening
for Portland en route to'Callfomla.
Mr. V. Cook, of Clifton, accompanied
by his Bon, R. A. Cook, arrived in
town, yesterday from California, and
went up the river on the Telephone
Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Mitchell come up
on the Columbia from California yes
terday, where they spent their honey
moon. They left for Seaside W tne
afternoon, accompanied by Mrs. Mitch
ell's sister who came down from Port-
lund on the Telephone.
During tho next thirty days I will
sell nil grades or wall paper and deco
rations at a. discount of 25 per cent.
Examine tho splendid bargains. J. W.
Crow, successor to Ryan & Company.
All tho patent menx-rnes advertised in
thlH paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, nnd toilet articles etc.. can
I... i .1.. . Iaiuj.1 nitoa lit J. V .
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident noiei,
Bucklen't .mica Halve.
The Itest salvo In tho world for ruts,
bruises, sores, pleers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped minus, cnuu iuu,
corns, and nil skin eruptions, and positive
ly cur piles, or no pay required. It
Is Ruarunteed to give perfect nutlsrac-
tion or money rerunueu. rn ""
per box. For sale by Chas. Rogers, suc
cessor to J. C. Dement.
Notice Is hereby given to all whom it
may concern, that the undersigned
have been duly appointed the executors
of the last will and testament of
George Flavcl, late of Clatsop
county, Oregon, deceased, and as such
executors, authorized to administer the
estate of such deceased: and all persons
having claims against the estate of the
mild deceased are hereby notified and
required to present the same duly veri
fied, to the undersigned at the ortlee of
the undersigned, George C Flavel, in
the city of Astoria, Clatsop county, Or
egon, within six months from this
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 10th
day of July. 1893.
GEORGE C. FLAVEL,
MARY C FLAVEL.
S. & GORDON,
IT IS ALL
It's economy to buy the
THE APPROACHING DINNER
t. fM.iht n.lti. .vn. nlnnsnnr. nntlclnar
Hons for the unhappy mortal plagued
with dyspepsia- Appetite seldom, dis
comfort after nnd between meals, al
ways is his portion. Heartburn and
fl'.ti.iunno KnhBpmipnr to eating, a
gnawing at the pit of the stomach be
fore it, are only a iew nmo"g uw
woes arising from this truly impish
,.nr.inint. sinir hpndfirh(. nervous
ness, constipation and biliousness are
its diabolical onssp.-'ng. XMt-n iro uu
them are annihilated by Hostetter's
Clnmnnli Hit lfrH W.'.l.!h lline-i the l'l&-
trlc organs and regulaets the liver and
the bowels wiin certainty isnu iir.iiiiHi.
i.i. niiiiici nnil fjer kidney trouble.
rheumatism and iau.d.i'a are aisc
remedied by this medicine of rare
purity and compreho.iSiV3 uses- In-
vnlliis of all kinds, are greatly and
swiftly benefited by It.
nlneiHCB and female weaknesses; H is a ways u
Brest licnetlt to the eenoral health. Tho lirsl
discovery of a medical cure rendering an oner
.i .,ut. fi.n Lnifn iiimm'PKsRrv hereafter
This remedy has never be-n known to fall.
H per box, 6 for $5; sent by mail. Why suffer
from this terrible disease when a written gusr
ameols Riven with 0 boxes, to refund the
,.. it not cured. Hend stamps for free
sample. Ouanintee issued by Woodward
Clark & Co., Wholesale and Retail Druggists
Hole Agents Portland. Or. for sale by J. W.
nmitt. Axtoria Oretfoi-
FOR A DOSE
IS YOUR STOMACH SOUF,
Breath tad or Hcnd nchinc? Oi o i' h" 1
liovua awrcM in llio Ltoinnch mid cur h i r
ouo each nlcht lor aweck hWi. -n: ill ijatoi, nih fi 1
purine, tho bioalh. H'ej inauro
rcKiilalelhe bowcln mid euro conallpaiior. . r.ei
OruMUta or mail. Louu:U Med. Co..IUil.i., -
For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggist.
nml all tho train of evils
1 mm t urly erroi 8 or Inter
except, tlie results of
c vt'iuotk, hie kite ah,
worn , etc Full strength,
development mid tone
Ulven to every organ nnd
jxirtlm. of the btxly.
.Simple, natural methods,
fieen, fr'nllim tmpuKMlhle.
y.iui reference). Hook,
extnnulliu und proofd
initileU (tHiulud) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
BUFFALO, N. V.
'J t Sit.e Cure
JOri r ilt.5.
In us:, mtr .yt jeni'n.
M.'li;':'. . AV'" '" II I'll
ill ", i.. JIUl.isI t.-l,.
Ill.i;i!;lls. ,M l.'MH-lstH,
Ul' III it. I'll .ill I.H.t-1 1( (if
liriri'-.TlJi-, per Iku.
YfliUE'.w.NII & BR0WX
I'mpi., I:niiiiiiiir), Mil.
North Pacific Brewery
JOHN KOPP, Proprietor.
Bohemian - hgw - Heer
And XX 1'i il. r.
All oiilirsroniiitly iittendi'dito.
Al Seaside, Or.,
And Dance at Fisher's Hall
Sunday, August 6.
Tho commodious ami elegant steamer
or. r. POTTER
Will leave llio 1 1 dock t
S a. m.
Tickets or ronuil trip, iucludin J
tnission to the ball, 81.00.
Uty.injrpr'e celebrnted baud nnd or
chestra will supply the music.
F. Wiekman, Acx llolrann. Harry
Junes, Charted Laity, W'ta. l'anitsjii, John
Stark, comroittt'eot nrranccments.
A new and complete treatment, consisting pi
suppositories, uinimrui ill enpsiiii-a, mnu
box and pills; a positive cure lor eUcrnal, in
ternal blind or bleeding, itching, chronic,
recent or hereditary piles, and many other
u W la!
The question of the purity of -food and
the milk wedrink. For morethan Thirty
BAIL BOROEN EAGLE BHD
has held first place In the estimation of
the American People so far as Condensed
Milk is concerned. Why ? Because no
person who buys it is ever disappointed
In its uniformity of quality, and superior
richness. Every can is sterilized and to
Free from Disease Germs.
Your Grocer & Druggist sell it.
Eagle brand as it goes farthest.
C. P. UPSHUR,
SHIPPING ami COMMISSION
Astoria, - Oregon.
BOOTs &ND SHOES
The largest Stock, Best Quality and
Lowest Prices at the Sign of
The Golden Shoe.
JJAIIN c? OO.
J. X3. WYATT
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish. Blnacle Oil. Cot
ton Canvas, Hemp Hull Twine, Lard Oil,
Wrought Iron Spikes, Galvaalzted Cut Nails
Agricultural Implements, Sewing Ma
machlues, Paints and Oils.
HUNTER & MERGENS,
Proprietors of the
Portland Butchering Co.'s Markets
Corner Second and Benton strrels
Comer Third and We t KIkIuIi streets.
9IAGKIJS O. CItOSUY,
DEALER IN '
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
IRON PIPtf AND FITTINOS.
STOVES - AND TINWARE,
liouse Furnishing Goods, Sheet l-end, Strip
Lead, Sheet Iron, Tin and Copper.
I. W. CASE,
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts drawn available in any par j of the 0
S and Europe, and on Hong Kong, China,
Office Hours:-10 A. M. to 3 P. M.
Odd Follows Building, Astoria, Oregon.
I. W. CASE,
German-American, New York City, N. Y.
Union Fire and Marine, of New Zealand.
National fire and Marine Ins. Co., of Hartford.
Connecticnt Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford.
Home Mutual Ins. Co., of San Francisco.
Fliocnii, of London. I Imperial, of Loudon.
New York Plate Glass Ins. Co.
THE ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK
Acts as trustee for orpornllonn and Individ
uals Diyosiis solicited
Interest will be allowed on savings deposit
On ordinary saving" r inks 4 per ecu', nei
On term savings books 6 per cent, per annum
On certificate of deposit:
For thrco months, 4 per cent, per annum.
For six months, 5 per cent, per annum.
For twelve mouths, 0 per cent, per annum.
I. W. CASK , Presiileni
J. Q. A. BOWI-BY Vi"c -President
FRANK PATTON, .'. CasiiieT
W. K. DEMENT Secretary
I. W. Case,
J. Q. A. fiowlby,
C. U. Page, Benl. Youn, A. 8. Reed.
r. J. Taylor.
THE PORTLAND SAVINGS BANK
OF PORTLAND, OHROON.
Paid up capital yifiO.OOO
Surplus and profits 60,000
fRANK HEKUM, President.
I). P. THOMPSON, Vice-President
H. C. STRATTON, ('ashler
Tide Table tor Astoriu.
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The hours between midnight anil uoon are
de Intuited tv A (ik. ni.), those betveen noon
nod nililiilirltl bv imp. m.).0h.00iu. A denote
nildnigtit,01. OOm. r denotes noon.
THE : OlfEUttt : BAKERY
Good Bread Cakes and Pstry,
None but the Best Materials used.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Custom?
Bivad delivered in any part of the city
Report of the Condition
First National Bank
At Astoria, In the State of Oregon, at the close j
oi business, July litn, ihim.
Loans and discounts 5157 281 97
Overfl rafts secured and unsecured, 1 ,4 1 8 37
V. 8. Bonds to secure circulation. 12.500
Stocks, securities, etu I3.rf;j 60
Due from approved reserve agents 11,471 28
Due from other national bnnks io,929 7ft
Due from state banks and bankers 10,7!Hi 07
Current expenses and taxes paid 102 85
Premiums on IT. 8. bonds 1,250
Checks and other cash items 202 05
Bills of other banks .0
Nickels and cents 2'J 67
Specie t 39.100
Legal tender notes. 875
UrilenipiiiMi fund with I'. K. Treasurer
(6 perceut.of circulation)... 502 50
Caplfnl stock paid In
NiitloiiiU bank notes out
standing Individual deposits subject
to check S'31,206 63
Demand certilleutes of de
posit 10,319 83
Duo to other Nations! Banks 117 2
Total 2co;tii 07
State of Oregon, I
County of Clatsop
I, H, 8. (inrdoii, cashier of the above named
bank, no solemnly swear tlint the above siule
nient Is tnie to the host of my knowledge iinil
belief. S. 8. (lultDON, Cashier.
Biibscribed and sworn to before me this 1'ith
day of July, 1W).1. j. ll. mainhki.l,
Correct Attest :
JAOOlt KAMM, )
.loHN A. IikviJN, Directors.
W11-I.1AM .l. I.AIH).
ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK
JENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts oi Firms and Individuals t-olicited
on Favorable Terms.
Foreign andDomestio Exchange bought an1
Money Loaned on Personal security.
Interest paid on Time Deposits as follows:
For 3 months, 4 per cent per annum.
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A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Having been established In connection Willi
tne above, oepivits win tie receiveii in iimouuiu
of one dollar and upward.
Interest will be allowed as follows : On oidi
nuiy savings books, 4 per cent per annum ; on
term savings books, 6 per cent per annum.
D. K. Warren, President.
J. K. Hleglns, Cashier.
J.O. Dement, Vice President,
It. K. Warren, 1
V,. 8. Wrlirht, !
John Hobson, f
II. U. Thompson, I
Theo Bracker, J
Bon Ton Ton Restaurant in the Town
(And the Finest on the Coast.'
Dinner Parties, Banquets a Specialt
The Finest Wines and Liquors.
H. B. PARKER
Lime, Brick, Sand, Fire Brick. Fire Clay,
Cement, Mill Feed, Oats. Hay. Htraw
Wood Delivered to Order.
Driving, Teaming and Express Business.
NOTICE TO POLICT HOLDERS
Notice Is hereby given to all persons
In the State of Oregon holding
policies in the State Investment & In
surance Company, of San Francisco,
Of the withdrawal from the state of
Oregon of 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 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 3DC4., 3568
and 35S0, 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 Ij. Brandcr,
Attest; Charles M. Blair,
In the circuit court of the state of
Oregon for the county of Clatsop:
Astoria Iron Works, Plaintiff, vs. Dean
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 and
delivered, I did on the 6th day of
July, 1893, levy upon all the right,
title, claim, and interest of the within
named defendant in and to the follow
ing described real estate, to-wlt: Lots
numbered one (1) and two (2) of block
numbered one hundred twenty-one,
(121) of J. M. Shively's First Addition
to Astoria as recorded by him In the
record of said county, said real estate
being1 situated In Clatsop county, Or
egon, and notice is hereby given that
I shall on Friday, the 4th day of Aug
ust, 1893, at the hour of 10 o'clock a.
m. of said day. In the city of Astoria,
in said county and state, In front of
the 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 the
rate of ten per cent per annum from
June 19, 1893, together with the' fur
ther sum of J16.90 costsand disburse
ments, and accruing costs of this suit,
at public auction to the highest bidder
for cash in hand In U. S. gold coin at
time of sale.
H. A. SMITH,
Sheriff of Clatsop County, Oregon.
Dated, Astoria, Or., July 6, 1893.
Is the line to take to all
It is the DINING CAR ROUTE
It often tbc best service, com
SPEED and COMFORT
It is the popiibtr route with those who
wixli to travel on
It Is therefore Hie roule you should
take. It runs tlirongli vestibnled
trains every day in llio year lo
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
No Change of cars,
Elegant riillniiiu Sleepers,
Superior Tourist Sleepers,
Splendid Free Sceond-class Sleepers.
Only one change of cars
Portland to New York
To Any Part of I lie civilized world
Passengers ticketed via. all boots runnui.
between Astoria, Kalania und Torilaud.
Full Information coiieeniing rotes, time oi
trains, routes and other details furnished on
application to -
Steamer Telephone Dock.
A. D. CHARLTON,
AaslstantGeneral Passenger Agent,
No. 121 First tit., cor. Waafnngtou, .
leav ng Portland, 8:45 AM.
" " 7:30 PM.
1 DAYS TO
2 CH I CAGO
7 Hours Quicker togSt. Paul,
23 Hours Quicker toChicago,
40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers,
Free Reclining Chair Cars, Din.
ASTORIA TO SAN FRANCISCO
Columbia. 1 hursdiiy Julv 1:!,
Main Monday Julv 17.
iifRim Friday July i.
Columbia inesilay duty 2
htiite Mitiinlny July 2'J.
ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMER3
Morning boat leaves Astoria dally,
except Sunday, at 6 a. m. and Sundays
at 9 a- m.; returning leaves Portlaiid
daily, except Saturday, at 8 p. m. and
Saturdays at 10 p. m- Night boat leaves
Astoria daily at 6 p. m-; returning
leaves Portland daily at 7 a- m. The
mornlnsr boat from Portland makes
landings on the Oregon side of the river
and night boat on the "Washington side.
The morning boat from Astoria makes
landings on the Washington side of the
river, and night boat on the Oregon
side, except Sunday, and on Sundays
via Washington side. All boats make
landings on both sides of the river
For rates and gtneral li.f imation call on or
W. H. HURLBURT, O. W. LOCNSBEKRY.
A. Gen. fas. Asrt, Agent
Portland, Or, Astoria, Or.
Heavy and hal(
HAEDW A.H R
C&rvy In S lok .
Wagons and Vehicles, '
Farm Machinery, Paint?, ':;is. Varnishes.
Loggers' Supplies, Ksiibsnk's Scales,
Poors and Wiui.ow.
FLOUR ind MUX TTED.
ASTORIA, - . 0REOXO.