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THE BELLE OF LYNN; or THE
MILLEU'S DAUGHTER. By Char
lotte tit. Braeme, author of "Dora
Thorne.". ' '
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,
Conam Doyle. -'
ROCK RUIN; Or, THE DAUGH-
Tirn nTT THE ISLAND. Bv Mrs. Ann
LORD LISLE'S DAUGHTER. By
Charlotte M. Braeme, author of "Dora
THE ARMORER OF TYRE. By Syl
vanus Cobb, Jr.
Mr, GILFIL'S LOVE STORY. By
A SCARLET SIN. By Florence Mar
ryut. THE SEA KING. By Captain Mar
ryat. THE SEIGE OF GRANADA. By
Sir 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. Braeme, author of "Dora
THE RUSSIAN GIl'SY. By Alexan
der Dumas. .
THE WANDERING HEIR. ' By
FLOWER AND WEED. By Miss
M. E. Braddon.
NO THOROUGHFARE. By Charles
Dickens and Wllkle Collins.
THE GREAT HOQGARTY DIA
MOND. By W. M. Thackeray.
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All the patent meoKinea advertised In
this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles etc.. can
be boUKht at the lowest prices at J. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hotel,
Use ZInfandel wine Intend of coffee or
tea. 60 cents per gallon. Dont fomret
Henoh and apricot brandy, also French
t'o-nao and wine at AUx. Gilbert's.
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS'
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind chollo. and
Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five
cents a bottle. 8old by, all drug
gists throughout tho world. , .
UnaiitlioiiM Use ol His Name by
Bpreckle Presented Willi a Cane and
Blount Made to Figure a One of
Associated Press. .
Honolulu, July 20. (via Son Frnn
clsco) The royalists who' Vesonted a
cane to. Claus Spreckels Jut before the
Australia sailed, have deeply offended
Mlnlnter Blount by an unauthorized
ue of hl name, and tha matter has be
come tho subject of diplomatic corres
pemdenca. Jut before tho steamer
Austriiila left port, a prearranged
schemo of presenting Clau Spreckles
with a cane Inscribed with a lint of
names headed by those of LHiunknlani
and .lames H. Blount, was carried out
amldt the popping of champagne fur
nltthed by friends of Mr. Spreokles. Th
royalists took occasion to assert on tho
boat ' and wharf that 'MlnlHtcr Blount
had allowed the ue of his name to
show his appreciation of Spreckels nnd
the ex queen's cause. Half an hour
after the matter became public, Minis
ter Blount denounced It In an excited
manner as an outrage, and authorized
a local reporter to publish his state
ment. On July 20th, Minister Blount
sent the provisional government a note
calling their attention to the matter,
and the government at once began In
vestlgatlons as to the persons responsl
ble for the outrage. The provisional
government is fully In earnest In sift
lng the matter, and it Is understood
will not stop short of full reparation to
the American minister.
FINANCES OF THE FAIR.
Chicago, August 2--Now that the
fain is half over, the council of admin
istration and the national commlsson
have become convinced that heroic
measures must be adopted to Induce
people to come in crowds large enough
to Insure financial success. They are
making every effort to stop lcuks and
create new attractions. W'th regard
to the financial position of the company
now. President lligginbothnm said to
day It is impossible to give exact fig
ures concerning the indebtedness yet.
However, when they say that with the
best half of tho exposition season be
fore them, they are out of debt, they
think It is doing well, "fnslde of five
days," said Hlgglnbotham, "we will
have all the funds necessary to pay
every debt we owe. The assertion that
31,000,000 would not put us even Is en
FINED FOR CONTEMPT.
Chicago, August 2- - Judge Stein, In
the Bupwlor court today, adjudged
the World's Fair directors guilty of
contempt on Sunday, July 23d. He
ordetvd that Directors Gage, Hutchtn
son, Honrotln. McNally, and Kerfoot,
bo fined 31000 each- Director Lnwwm
received a fine, of $100. Director Gen
eral Davis was fined $250- An appeal
PREPARING FOR THE FAIR.
Han Francisco. August 2. Herr 1?
Cornell)'., assistant director general of
the Midwinter Fair, leaves tomorrow
for Chicago to nuiko a systematic can
vass among the foreign and other ex
hibitors for the 'purpose of inducing
thorn to come to San Francisco. The
foreign departments will bo asked to
establish commissioners In whose hands
tho matter of the pre.pu ration of ex
hibits for the Midwinter Fair will be
placed, and likewise, through various
council's in this city, to appoint agents
here for a similar purpose.
PRICE OF PORK AND WHEAT.
Chicago, August 2 At the opening
of the board of trade September
wheat started at GO; September pork
opened unchanged at 12 12 1-2. The
tnic-ypnc, luM'vet', was BhirtMvH
Soon after opening the failures wore
announced ttf D- Eggelston & Son,
George Q. parker & Co., and Thos.
Gregg. This caused a break In wheat
to 58 3-4, but a rally quickly followed
to CI 1-2- Pork declined to 11, but re
covered to '12 2-5.
CHAMBERS ON TRIAL.
Tacoma, August 2. Ex-Potmnter
Clarence Chambers, of Knluma, charged
with purloining postoflloe property, is
on trial In the United States circuit
court. Tho trouble grew out of de
fendant's refusing to hand over the
Kalnma po-stoOlee to his successor, C.
F. Smith, from March ISth to Mnh
23d of this year.
CRACKED HIS LAST SAFE.
Moscow, Idaho, August 2 At Voll
mer, Idaho, last night. J. C. Nelson
and Jim F. Cody entered the Btoi'e or
T.estee & Llewellyn, and were I" the
act of blowing open the safe when de
tected by J. II. Hayes. The intiRr'
opened fire, but Hayes returned It.
wounding Nelson mortally. Cody was
A MILL SHUT DOWN-
Woonsocket. R. I-.' August 2. The
Plants Valley Falls Cimipany, making
cotton dress goods here and t Valley
Falls, running 2.000 looms, ana em
ploying 750 hands, has shut down In
DUE TO RECKLESS MANAGEMENT
Kan Francisco. August 2 The Chtn-
lola rhanrea that the failure of the
Paclflo Bank, the only commercial bank
V WYORKCONCKNSW V"
1 y0'. pnStTeet.Kow
a w w
It is simply pure milk of the best quality from which a large percentage of water
has bcun evaporated.
in San Francisco which has closed its
doois, was not due to the present fi
nancial stringency, but to reckless man
agement. The bank, It says, s hope
lessly wrecked- About two million
dollars are gone.
CREATED A SENSATION.
Charles H. Jones Assumes Charge of
the New York World.
New York, August 2 A sensation
was created In the World office this
evening when Colonel Charles H.
Jones, formerly editor of the St. Louis
Republic, walked Into the editorial
rooms and assumed direction of the
paper. Colonel Jon'cS comes not only as
editor, but as personal representative
of Pulitzer, with supreme authority
over all departments of the paper.
THE BEHRING SEA QUESTION.
Paris, August 2. With reference to
the London report that the Beelng Sea
decision will fuvor Great Britain, Hon.
C II. Tuppcr, Canadian minister of
marine and British agent here, said all
forecasts are mc-re surmise. The nrbt
trators ha-d arrived at a decision In re
gard to half the points presented, but
did not k"ow when the work would
ESTABLISHED THEIR CLAIMS.
Portland, Or., August 2. Two Chin
ese merchants. Lee Chow and Wong
Hoy, were allowed to land from the
Haytinn Republic, having fully estab
llshed the fact that they are Astoria
A TREMENDOUS SHAKING UP.
This is what every system afflicted
with chills and fever, bilious remittent,
or any other form of malarial disease,
undergoes periodically. Not only Is
malaria terrible In Itself If Is the
breeder of an Infinity of bodily ail
ments. Speclnes used for Its preven
tion and removal prove, in the vast
majority of cases, uselts for every
other purpose than to mitigate the di
sease and stave off It attacks. They
are sure, with the average treatment,
to return after a while. The sufferer
may change his location to a healthier
one, but the complaint, which Is in
his blood, is not thus lightly got rid
of, and returns aflen the wonted In
tervn-1. Organic affections of the
nerves, heart troubles general debility,
of the system, are the offspring of ma
laria. Cure the originating cause and
avert future physical injury with Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters, efficacious
also in liver complaint, inactivity of
tho kidneys, rheumatism and lndtges
AUCTION SALE. .
At the forks of Deep River, Wash.,
at Anderson's Flore, on Tuesday, Au
gust lfith. ISM, nt 10 o'clock a. m., will
be sold by unction tho following prop
erty: 100 acres on Salmon creek, con
taining 70 acres of bottom land with
one million feet of fir timber. For
further particulars apply to Martin
Olson, auctioneer. Astoria.
A Ktire Cure tor I'llw.
Itching Piles a.e known by moisture
like perspiration, musing intense Itching
when warm. This form, ns well as Wind,
Kleedlug or Protruding, yield at once to
I ir. lioKiuiko's Pile Remedy, which nets
directly on ihe parts affected, ahsorbs
tumors, allnvs lh'hlng and effects a
permanent cure. Me. Druggist or mall.
Circulars free. Pr. Bosunko, 329 Arch
street. Philadelphia, Fa. Sold by J. W.
To tho active firemen of tho Astoria
Fire Department. Being urged by a
number of my friends, I hereby an
nounce myself as an independent
candidate for tho office of chief engin
eer of the Astoria Fire Department.
THOS. B. LOUGHERT.
Biicklcu's rnlcii Salvo.
The best salve In the 'world for cuts,
bruises, sores, pleers, salt rheum, fever
gores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and nil skin eruptions, nnd positive
ly cures piles, or no pay required. It
Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents
oer box. For sale by Clias. Rogers, suc
vssor to J. C. Dement.
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
m, ... U U . IJJJI. (ifllUBU iNI III UMW Win
Impart the most delicious taste and test to
EXTRACT of a
nt Madras, to
his brothrr at
"tell XEA & -PERRINS"
their sauce U
cd in India, and
is in my opinion
tha moat pal
atable, as well
- . k m n a
wholesome t .A
aauca that la
Fewnra of Imitations:
eco that you get Lea & Perrins'
Signature en ewiji bottle ! the original and jeauia.
John Duncan' sons. New York.
r4 " GRAVIES,
I i ll HOT ft COLO
are calling for' it and our
shipments are increasing aany iu
other lands. The
GAIL BORDEH EAGLE BRAHD
Condensed Milk is the first conden
sed milk ever offered to the public.
It is the leading brand. It has stood
the test for 30 years. It has im
itations but no equal. Try to
All Grocers and Druqaisls sell it.
and all tlio train of evlln
from early error or later
excenrtes, the results of
overwork, h 1 c k u e R ,
development; and tone
given to every organ and
portion of the body,
Bwn. Fatlure IinposHlhle.
2,110 references. Book,
explanation and proof
mulled (aealed) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
BUFFALO, N. Y.
A Positive Cure
J tOR PILES
In use over 30 yem .
Stmiilr. KffrrUxt. U'hh
Jrrnl. lilithmt ti'ti
uicinliils. At itrllgKlHts,
or mailetl on icoulpt of
price 5lje. per box.
I WlWREtMAKM k BROWN
i'roiM., Jtultlmore, Md.
A new and complete treatment, consisting ol
suppositories, (liniment in capsules, also in
box and pills; a positive cure fur external, In
ternal blind or bleedimi, ltcbiiiit, chronic,
recent or bercditiiry piles, and many other
diseases and femalo weaknesses; it is always a
great bene lit to the ecneial health. The first
discovery ol a medical cure rendering an oper
tion with the knife unnecessary hereafter
This remedy has never been known to fail.
1 per box, 6 for $5; sent by mail. Why suffer
from this terrible diseaso when a written guar
antee is riven with V boxes, to refund the
money if not cured. Send stamps (or free
SHinple. fiuarantee issued by Woodward
Clark tt Co., Wholesale and Retail Pruggists
Solo Agents Portland. Or. For sale by J. W.
Conn. Astoria Oreu on -
In raising a family of nine children, my only rem
ody for Cough,, Cold, and Croup wan ouion ayrup.
It i. Just Meltcottve to-day a, it won forty ycara
aKo. Now my (rranrtchildren tako Dr. Omni",
Onion Byrup which iaalivndy propal i and more
Vleaaant to tho lane, doldat OOoeiiua botUa.
For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggist.
T. 13. WYATT
Hardware and Ship Chandlery.
Pure Oil, Rrllit VairiMi, Plnacle nit Cot
ton Cunvas, Hemp Sail Twine, l.anl oil,
Wrought Iron Hplkes, UalvaiiiztuilCut Nails
Grooorios, . T3to.
AgiU'iilluinl Iiiiilciii('iit.i, S"w iii Ma
liiadilnes, Paints and Oils.
Kopp's - Beer - Hall
Chnlfo Wlne, I.liiiors nn'l Cigars.
KENTUCKY - WHISKEY,
Onlv lianded over the bir. The largest
plan's f N. P. P.eor. llu'f nnd half, .V.
ERICKSOX & lVIHKATiA, Prs.
Cor. Concomly nnd 1 afajcttc Sts.
MUSIC F ilLL
!h1 I First street, Astoria, Or.
H. CHRISTENS EN. PROP'R.
J. Froo Concert
Every night beginning at S o'cliK k.
(lo.'d music Ihe l st n( wixi-s, II
luor and cigars nlwnvs on h.aid.
Atlantic Beer Hall,
31 F rst st'eot, Astori . Or.
PETE DOURSL! Proprietor.
Wines, - Liquors - and - Cigars.
Freo Conrcrt Kvery Evening.
Every Requisite lor
Mil's tGdcrialing Parlors,
Bates Keasonable. Embilmii g a
ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
imniinlj nt Firm, and Individual, solicited
oa Favorable Termi.
TorelgD a&dUoineltle Ezchango DouRnt an i
. Money Loaned on Personal necurity.
Interest paid on Time Deposits as follows: .
For 8 months, 4 per cent per annum.
g " S " " "
.12 6 " " "
A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Having been establlslied In connection with
the above. clepolts will be received In amounts
of one dollar and upward.
Interest will be allowed as follows : On ordi
nary savings books, 4 per cent per annum ; on
term savings bonks, 6 per cent per annum.
D. K. Warren, President
J. K. minim. Cashier.
J.C. Deneat, Vice President,
D. K. Warrea. 1
J. 0. Dement.
I). H. Wrlnlit.
Job a llolmon,
It. C.TbomiisoB, i
North Pacific Brewery
JOHN KOPP, Proprietor.
Bohemian - 'Lager - Beer
And XX Torter.
All orders promptly attended to.
HUNTER & MERGENS,
Tropiletors of the
Portland Butchering Co.'s Markets
Corner Second and Benton streets.
Corner Third and West Eighth streets.
MAftMTN O. OltOSKY,
- DKALKIl IN
HAUDWAUE, IROK, STEEL,
IRON FlPf AND FITIINOS.
STOVES AND - TIN WAKE,
Hoiish Furnishing Goods, Sheet Lead, Strip
Lead, Sheet Iron Tin and Coriper.
THE : OREGON : BAKERY
A. A. CLEVELAND, Prop.
Good Bread Cakes and Pastry,
Noue but the est Materials used.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Customer?
Bread delivered in any part of the city
NOTICE TO POLICY HOLDERS
Notice Is hereby given to all persons
in the State of Oregon holding
nolleles In the State Investment & in.
Burance Company, ol San Francisco,
Of the withdrawal from the state of
Oreeon 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 (6) 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 35G4., 3568
and 3580, of Chapter L, of the Mlscel
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. Hrander,
Attest; Charles M. Blair,
I. W. CASE,
Transacts a General Baneins Business,
Drafts drawn available In any par. of the D
8. and Europe, aud on Hong Kong, China,
Office Hours:10 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Odd Fellows Building, . Astoria, Oregon.
I. W. CASE,
German-American, New York City, N. T.
I'nion Fire and Sarin", of New Zealand.
National Fire and Marine In). Co., of Hartford.
Connectirnt Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford.
Home Mutual Ins. Co., of San Francisco.
Phtririi, of London. Imperial, of London.
New York Plate Glass Ins. Co.
THE ASTORIA SAYINGS BANK
Acts as trustee for corporations and Individ
uals Deposits solicited
Interest will be allowed on savings deposits
Ou ordinary savings h ioks 4 per cent ner
On term savings book s t per cent per annum.
On certificates of deposit:
For three months, 4 per cent, per annum.
For six months. 5 per cent, per auuum.
For tweive mouths, 6 per cent, per annum.
I. W. CASE . -..President
J. Q. A. BOWI.BY Vice-President
FRANK HATTON. Cashier
W. K. DK.MKNT .-Secretary
t W. Case, J. Q. A. Bowlhy, Gust. Holmes,
C. U. Pure, Benj. Youim, A. 8. Reed.
F. J. Taylar
THE PGRTLAHO SAYINGS BANK
OP FOBTULXD, ORKOON.
Paid hp cnpilat . . . -.iCWI.noO
durplusand profit... - 60,000
I RANK DEKTM, President
D. P. THOMPSON, Vies-President
U. C. ST RATION, Cannier
Grand Annual Picnic
. OF TUB -
Finnish - Brotherhood,
At Seaside, Or,,
And Dance at Fisher's Hall
Sunday, August 6.
The commodious and elegant steamer
T. JT. POTTER
Will leave tho U. P. dock at
8 a. in.
Tickets for ronnd trip, includinc ad
mission to the ball, 81.00.
Trtzinuflr's oelebrnted I. nnd nnd or
chestra will Btipply tbo musict.
1?. AVinlrmnn. Alex Holraan. Harry
Jones, Charles Laity, Wm; Fnnttajn, John
Stark, committee of arrangements.
t Heavy and Sholf
Cr.r.'y in t Wk
Wagons and Vehicles,
Farm Machinery, Paints, ')ils, Varnishes.
Loggers' Supplies, Kairbank's Hcales,
, Doors and Windows.
FLOUR ind MILL FKED.
ASTORIA, - OREftNO.
Leaving Portland, 8:45 AM.
1 DAYS TO
7 Hours Quicker toSt. Paul,,
23 Hours Quicker togChicatr,.
40 Hours Quicker to Omab&andJ
Pullman and Tourist Steele,
Free Reclining Chair Cars Din
ASTORIA TO SAN FRANCISCO
Oreson Vfednesdiiy AnjiiHt 2.
Coliiiutiia Sunday August li.
State I liursdiiy August 111.
Oreirr.n Mondav August 14.
CuIiiimi Iii Friday August IS.
"tate Tuesday Aucust
Oreiion Hitunliiy August ill.
OobinMa Weduesday Au)?uiy(;5-.
ASTORIA & PORTLAND STElMERS
Morning boat leaves Astoria flally,
except Sunday, at 6 a. m. and Sundays
at 9 a, m.; returning leaves Portland
daily, except Saturday, at 8 p. m. and
Saturdays at 10 p. m. Night boat leaves
Astoria daily at G p. m-; returning
leaves Portland dally at 7 a. m. The
morning boat from Portland makes
landings on the Oregon side of the river
and night boat on the 'Washington eldo
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 geueral Infoiniatlon call on or
W. H. HTJRLBURT,' G. W. 1.0UNSBERRY.
A. Gen. Has. Aat. Aueut. '
Portland, Or. Astoria. Orz.
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 5th 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-wit: Lots
numbered one (1) and two (2) of bloc
numbered one hundred twenty-ce, '
(121) of J. M. Shively's First Addition,"
to Astoria as recorded by him in the. -record
of said county, said real estate,
being situated In Clatsop county, Oiv
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 eo 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 $16.90 costs and 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 E, 1S93.