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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 10, 1894.
CLATSOP COUNTY VOTE
Official Vote of Clatsop County as Can
vassed by the County Board.
Walilrop, pop. .. .
Secretary of State
Wakellehl, pop ..
ldleninn, rep . .
11 oimett, dein ....
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Itcid, tWm . .
It tun. mm.
Memlier Mate Board of Equalization!
Bin it li. pop
Curl Li, rep
(iray, rep ...
0 undersoil, rep
Superintendent of Schools
Justice of PeacO
Scothau, pop m. .
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CHURCH SERVICES TODAY.
There will be the usual services In the
German language at the Congregational
church on Sunday afternoon, at 2:30. J.
G. Schmld, pastor.
Order of services at the Methodist
J'jjjiscopal ichurch, Sunday, June 10,
11 a. m.
Opening verse Hymn' 136
Ps. 77, verse 1 to 10, Inc.
Chant. Gloria Patri ..No. 412
Hymn No. 63S
Anthem. "Relolce In the Lord"..Danks
Sermon, by Rev. J. W. Bushong, D.
D. Subject: "Waiting Results."
Collection Hymn No. 723
Reception of members
Hymn No. CT9
8 p. m.
Opening verse Hymn No. 83
Ps. 77, verse 11 to 20
Chant Gloria Patri No. 435
Hymn No. 140
Prayer, chant, "Lord's Prayer".. No. 433
Anthem, "Rock of Ages" Warren
Sermon by the pastor. Subject: "A
Question to Be Settled Before
Apology No. 1 is Given, viz.:
Which Is the True Church?"
Collection Hymn No. 1070
Hvmn...t No. 117
Benediction '. .'.
Children's Day will be observed at the
Congregational church at 11 a. m., with
the following order of service:
Song, selection by the choir.
Reading of scripture and prayer, by the
Recitation, "The Children's Welcome."
Song, "Once in RoyaJ David's City."
Recitations, (1) "For Love of Us." (2)
"A Child's Prayer."
Song, "I Love to Hear the Story."
Recitations, (1) "Jesus' Lamb." (2)
"Ever at My Side."
Song, "Bless a Little Child." '
Recitations, O) "Three Children's Days"
(2) "The Mother's Opportunity."
Song, "Hosanna We Sing."
Recitations, (1) "O, Happy House," (2)
"The Child's World."
Song, "Children's Day."
Recitations, (1) "A Children's Sermon,"
(2) "For LiWle Children."
"A Letter to the Sunday School."
Song. "The Wise May Ering Their
Recitation, "The Heavenly Father."
Song, "Come Sing With Holy Glad
The Sunday school meets at 12:15 and
the Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m.
Subject of the evening sermon: "No
Miss M. White, M. D., missionary to
India, has consented to deliver the ad
dress to the children In the Presby
terian church today, at the Chil
dren's Day exercises. There will be ex
cellent singing also, by the Sunday
school choir. The exercises will beglng
at 11 o'clock sharp.
STANDS WITHOUT A RIVAL.
Gentlemen:-! havj been troubled
with very Bevere headaches for years,
and have taken a great many different
remedies, but have never round any'
ihinir to eive me as speedy and perma'
nfnt cure as Krause's Headache Cap
sules. In my opinion they stand with
out a rival; they have cured me in
every case. JNO. N. WILKlK,
36 Adams ave.. West, Detroit, Mich.
For sale by Chas. Rogers, sole agent,
In the County Court of the State of
Oi-eiron. for the County or Clatsop:
In the matter of the estate of G. K.
Grimes, deceased, citation, to Nora Col'
In the name of the state of Oregon,
you are hereby cited and required to
appear In the County Court of the State
of Oregon, for the County or Clatsop,
at the court room thereof, at Astoria,
In the County of Clatsop, on Monday,
the 2.rth day of June, 1894, at eleven
o'clock In the forenoon of that day, then
and there to Bhow cause, if any th'ere
be, why an order should not be made
to sell lots one (l), two (Z) ana mree
(3), In section 16, township 6, north of
range 10 west will. Mer., to pay the
debts of said estate, and expenses as
prayed for in the petition of E. M.
Grimes, administrator, filed this date.
Witness, the Hon. C. A. McGuire,
Judge of the County Court of the State
of Oregon, for the County of Clatsop,
with the seal of said court affixed, this
21st day of May, A. D. 1894.
Attes: C. J, TRENCIIARD
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed administra
tor of the estate of R. W. Morrison,
deceased, late of latsop county, Oregon,
by the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Clatsop County, and all per
sons having claims against said estate
must present the same, properly veri
fied, to the undersigned, at the office of
Fulton Bros., attorneys at law. in the
City of Astoria, In said county, within
six months from this date.
T. B. MORRISON. .
Carpets beaten and replaced with the
greatest d!patrh by C. Axten. Leave
ord ?rs at Porter's Furniture Store, No.
51 second street.
Dr. Price's Cream Baklnr Powder
CaaUinf oo Aanaoola AJaou
ORDINANCE NO. 1869.
An Ordinance to Change the Names of
Certain Streets Within the City
The City of Astoria does ordain as fol
Section 1. The streets within the City
of Astoria running east and west, or in
an easterly or westerly direction, and
hereinafter called as they have hereto
fore been known and designated, shall
be, and they are, hereby changed In
name as follows:
Concomly street, in McClure's, and
First street, In Adair s, to Astor street.
Chenamus street, In McClure's, and Sec
ond street, in Adair's, to Bond street.
Suuemoque street. In McClure's
Water street In Shively's, and Third
street, in Adair s, to Commercial street,
Jefferson street, In McClure's; Cush
Ing's .Court street, In Shively's, and
Fourth street, in Adair's, to Duane
Astor street, In McClure's, and Cedar
street, In Shively s, to Exchange street.
Court street, in McClure's. Wall street
and Hemlock street, In Shively's, and
Fifth street, In Adair's, to Franklyn
Seventh street, In McClure's; Arch
street and Pine street, in Shively's, and
Sixth street, in Adair's, to Grand ave
Eighth street, in McClure's; Wing
street, in Shively s, and Seventh street,
In Adair s, to Harrison avenue,
Ninth street, in McClures; Spruce
street and Tulip street, In Shively's,
and Eighth street, In Adair's, to Irving
Tenth street. In McClure's, and Berry
Btreet, In Shively s, to Jerome avenue.
Eleventh street. In McClures; Fir
street, in Shively's, and Powers avenue.
In Adair s, to Kensington avenue.
Twelfth street. In McClure's. and AI
der street, in Shively's, to Lexington
Thirteenth street, In McClure's; South
street and Charter Btreet, In Shively's,
to Madison avenue.
Summit avenue, In McClure's, and
Summit avenue, In Shively's, to Niagara
Section 2. The streets within the City
of Astoria running north and south, or
in a northerly and southerly direction,
and hereinafter called, as .they have
heretofore been known and designated,
shall be, and they are hereby changed
in name as rouows:
McClure Btreet, In McClure's, to First
Spruce street. In McClure's, to Second
Madison street, In McClure's. to Third
Jackson street, in McClures. to
Polk street, in McClure's, to Fifth
Washington street, In McClure's. to
Lafayette streets in McClure's. to
Benton street, In McClure's. to Eighth
Main street, in McClure's. to Ninth
Cass street, in McClure's. to Tenth
Genevieve street. In McClure's. to
Olney street, in McClure's, to Twelfth
Ferrell street. In McClure's. to Thlr
West) Ninth street. In Shively's. to
f ourteenth street.
West Eighth street. In Shively's. to
West Seventh Btreet. in Shively's. to
West Sixth Btreet, in Shively's. to
West Fifth street, in Shively's. to
West Fourth street. In Shively's. to
West Third street in Shively's. to
West Second Btreet. In Shively's. to
West First, street, in Shively's, to
Salmon street, In Shively s. to Twen
Broadway, In Shively s, to Twenty
East First street, In Shively's, to
East Second street, in Shively s, to
East Third street, in Shively's, to
East Fourth street. In Shively s, to
East Fifth Btreet, in Shively's, to
Eash Sixth street, in Shively's, to
East Seventh street, in Shively's,
East Eighth street, in Shively's,
Auger avenue, in Adair's, to Thirty-
Abernathy avenue. In Adair's, to
Bonneville avenue, in Adair's, to
Brenham avenue. In Adair's, to Thlr
Canby avenue, in Adair's, to Thirty'
Dickinson avenue, in Adair's, to
Qaines avenue, In Adair's, to Thirty-
Gwln avenue, In Adair's, to Fortieth
Jordan avenue, in Adair's, to Forty'
Lane avenue, In Adair's, to Forty-
Mendell avenue, In Adair's, to Forty-
Polk avenue, In Adair's, to Forty-
Ogden avenue, in Adair's, to Forty-
Welcker avenue, in Adair's, to Forty
First street In Alderbrook, to Forty
Second street, in Alderbrook, to Forty-eighth
Third street, in Alderbrook, to Forty
Fourth street, in Alderbrook, fo Fif
Fifth street, in Alderbrook, to Fifty
Sixth street, in Alderbrook. to Flftv-
Seventh street, In Alderbrook, to FIf'
Eighth street, in Van Dusen's, to
Mnth street In Van Dusen's.
Tenth street. In Van Dusen's.
Eleventh street In Van nimpn'a
Twelfth street in Van Dusen's
Thirteenth street In Van Dunen'a tn
fourteenth street In Van Tuwn'a tu
Fifteenth street in Van ruen' f
Seventeenth street In Van riiiwn'i re
Mneteenth street-In Van Tnon' .
Twenty-first street in Van riwen'
to Sixty-fourth street
Section 3. Said Streets nd avenue
shall hereafter be known and designat
ed by the new or changed namest and
uwi, WlllCI V IBC
Section 4. All ordinajirt or rtarta nf
ordinances in conflict with this ordin
ance oe ana the same are hereby repealed.
Passed the Common Council April 24,
Attest:. K. OSBURN,
Auditor and Police Judge City of As
toria. Approved April 26th, 1S94.
MUNICIPAL BONDS FOR SALE.
. Notice Is hereby given that sealed pro
posals will be received by the Auditor
and Police Judge of tho City of Astoria,
Clatsop county, State of Oregon, until
Tuesday, tho 5th day of June, 1894, at 'i
o'clock p. m., for the sale of Astoria
municipal bonds In the sum of J30.000
for ten years' time, and to bear Inter
est at the rate of 6 per cent per annum,
The right to reject any and all bids
Is heieby reserved.
By order of the Common Council.
Attest: K. OSBURN,
Auditor and Police Judge, City of Aa-
Astoria, Oregon, May 17, 1S94.
A GOOD THING
Notice is hereby given that the coun
ty court of Clatsop county, Oregon, has
appointed the undersigned administra
tor of the estate o fAntolne Magne, de'
ceased. All persons having claims
against sold estate are requested to pre
sent) same to the undersigned at -his
placs of business In the city of Astoria,
Or., duly verified as by law required
within six months from this date. All
persons Indebted to said estate are
nltllied to pay same immediately.
Astoria, April 20th, 1894.
Administrator of the estate of An
tolnee Magne, deceased.
-.f STm-r, rrXfitS
is always imitated. This is a well-known
fact, snd, therefore, it is not strange that
the country has been flooded with con- i
densed milk, said to be just as good as the
Eagle Brand. ?
Experience has proven that it has no
equal. It stands to reason that the superior
facilities of the New York Condensed Milk
Company, with persistent, conscientious,
scientific study of the production of milk,
jt give it a decided advantage. Consider this.
TWO KINDS OF WVMMI
nccil Dr. l'icrce'S
v:mt to be mado
strong,' and those
.who want to be
iniulo well. n.It
bu'.lds up, Invigor
nti's, regulates, and
It's for young
pirls just entering
womanhood ; for
women who have
reached tho critical
chancre. of life": for women exnect-
In to become mothers ; lor mothers
who nre nursing mid exhausted ; for
every woman who is ruu-down, delicate,
For all the disorders, diseases, and
weaknesses of women, "Favorite Pre
scription" is tRo only remedy so unfail
ing that it can bo guaranteed. It it
doesn't benefit or euro, m every case.
tho money win De returned.
How Are You Fixed for Insurance?
i Fire'and Marine.
We aro agents for the largest and best companies
. represented in Astoria.
Royal Insurance Co., assets,
London Assurance Corp'n
Mtna Insurance Co.
Western U. S. Branch,
New Zealand Insurance Co.,
Food - - -Digestion-
'ZXZZZ are allintimatclyconnected jjiS
'J!3i Though the fact is often a"
ignored, it is nevertheless ES
" true that a good complex- rr,-
ion is an impossibility with- a."-, .
out good digestion, which
in turn depends on good r----- ;
Hjg There b no more common Z
cause of Indigestion than j". Z
2 lard. Let the bright house-
v. Keeper use
The Now Vegetable Shortening
rzS-S and substitute for lard, and
- 5 ucr cheeks, with those of
her family, will be u.r
EL-jri more likely to be " Like a
-'Hj rose in tne jdow." zrrzz
Cottolenb is clean, deli- ?i"Zx
catc, healthful and popu- "
lar. Try it for yourself.
3 Send three ctr.lt In (tampi to N. 1."
rw. r mrbanlc Be Lo. , Lhic.iK", lor Z-
i hamliomeLoltQJcnet,ook uook.
: -iJ containing tlx hundred recipet.
prepared by nine cauacntauuior. i
ri ttiet od cooking.
rude only by
N. K. Fairbank & Co.,
ST. LOUIS and
- CHICAGO, NEW YORK, BOSTON.
Mr. J C. Jones, of
About ten years nco I con
tracted a ocvero case of blood jiol
sn. Leading phyHicians pri'ircrilietf medicine
after medicine, which I took vilhmit any rcliof.
I also tried nnircurlal nml potanli remedies,
with unsuccessful result, but which brought
on an attack of mercurial rheumatism that
a r. m A : -'
After mflorinir ISUKiSBMitlJM
four years I gavo up til remedies and lct;an
UHiii R.8. fl. After taMnr; ssroral bottles I
was entirely r.ircd and alilo to rcsmno worn..
5 li tho prrxxUiZl mcdiciiio for blood
j poisoning today ou the market."
maue my me m.nrp
one of n?onv. 'id$ff
Trcatbo o Wood anti nttm nfccaw '.nailed
free. bwiKT Bi'ix trie Co.. Atlanta,
fior ih Pacific Bremery
Bohemian Lager Beer
And XX PORTER.
All orders promptly attended to
CAPT. Al. SKIBBE,
Makea trlpa to Gray'a River Thurav-
Aavm anA I.'Hrtr.va T'urtlfHI wlurllnr frft
charter apply on board, at Itoaa, HI-MP"Tl.lon.. Flour, and Milt F.
ELMORE, SNBORN & CO.
Astoria Rational Bank
General Banking Business
Accounts ot Firms and Individuals
solicited on favorable terms.
Foreign and Domestio Exchance
Dougnt ana sold.
Money loaned on personal security!
Interest paid on time deposits as fol
For 3 months, 4 per cent per annum
For 6 months, 6 per cent per annum
For 12 months, 6 per cent per annum
A Savl'nea Department;
Having been established In connection
with the above, deposits will be re'
celved.tln sums of one dollar and up
Interest will be allowed as follows
On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent
per annum; on term savings books, 6
per cent per annum.
The Astoria National Bank
D. K. WARREN, President
J. E. HIGQIN8, Cashier.
J. C. DEMENT, Vlce-Prest
D. K. WARREN,
J. C. PEMENT,
C. 8. WRIGHT,
THEO. BRACK EU,
TflE ASTORIA SflVlflGS BUM
Acts as trustee for corporations and
individuals. Deposits solicited.
Interest will be allowed on saving
ueposus an ioiiows:
On ordinary savings books, i per cent
On term savings books, 6 per cent per
On certificates of deposit:
or tnree months, 4 per cent per an'
For six months, E per cent per annum
For twelve months, S per cent pel
J. Q. A. BOWIiBY President
BENJ. YOUNG Vice President
FRANK PATTON Cashier
W. E. DEMENT Secretary
J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. H. Page. O. A.
Nelson, BenJ. Young, A. 8. Reed. D. P.
Thompson, W. E. Dement,
ROSS HIGGINS & CO.
Orocers, : and : Butchers
Astoria and Upper Aitorla.
Fine Tel end Cofferf, Table Dellciclei, Domntk
and I roplcal hrults, Vegetables, Sugar
Lured Hams, Bacon. Etc
Choice Fresh and Salt
Kopp'a Beer Hall.
Cholcs Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Only handed over the par, The largest glass
of N. P. Beer. Half-and-half, jc.'
Cor. Concotrly and Lafayette Sti.
HEAVY AND SHELF
Fftrta Machinery, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Loggers'
Supplies, Falrfcank's Scales, Doors
gins A Co.'s Dock, or their officA
We can Buy of carpi ts what was said
ot furniture a day or two since tlint this
Btoclc is not only the best ip Astoria, but
twice over Hie largest. There's Laying
inspiration in our prices, too. No mat
ter whiit kind of carpels you wnnt, come
to ns, for we have It
Chas, Heilborn & Son.
Southern Pacific. Go.
1)01)((D TI1IP TICKETS
GOOD FOR . 30 DAYS
FROM SAN FRANCISCO to other nolnt
In California will be allowed purchasers of special
Midwinter Fair tickets at tin following round-trip
TO STATIONS UNDER imMH FS FROM UAH
FKANCISCO, ONE ANDONE-THlKDone way fare,
TO STATIONS noMIl.ESOR. MORE FROM SAN
FRANCISCO. ONfc AN L ON fc-FIFTH one way fare.
lor Special rates and full Information, Inuulr. of
I li KIRKI.AND. Lllit. faiscnirr Aurnl .1 .,. Front
St., Portland Or. or address the undertlged.
RICH D GRAY, T. H. GOODMAN.
Gen. Traffic Manager, Gen. Passenger Agent,
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL
E. P. ROGERS. A. G. P. A., Portland, Oregon.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Conconly St, foot of Jackson, Astoria.
General Machinists and Boiler Makers
Land and Marine Engines. Boiler work, Steaa
boat and Cannery Work a Specialty.
Castings of All Descriptions Mad. to Order on
John Fox. President ant flup.jrlntenJent
r If- Vice President
O. li. Prael Secretary