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TUB DAILY ASTOUIAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 18!)fl.
Cuiitorla U Dr. Sumud IMtclicr'g prescription fur Infant
it A Children. It contains neither Opium, Morpklno nor
other Narcotlo ubstttiico. It U uuniiloM substltuta
fur raregorlc, Drop, Soothing Syrup, and Castor OIL
It ia rioojuuit. It fruarnntx Is thirty years um by
Million of Mothers. Custom destroy 'Worm and Uayt
fovsrlahiies. Castorla prevonU vornlUap; .Sour Curd,
cure Diarrhoea and Wind Olio. Cotorta relieve
teething trouble, cure constipation and flatulency.
Castor! iuwimllntc tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowel, glvliijr healthy and natural sleep. Co.
tori U the Children's ranacca Uio Mother's Friend.
"Castorl la an nnllnil mrdlrtn frrrehll.
draa. Mothers hair repeatedly loldnwoflla
foodafleat upoa their children."
Da. 0. C OeoooD,
i Lowell, Mm
"Castorla b lb btt remedy for children of
Wbkb I am acquainted. I bop tha day U not
fkr dUtnnl when toothers will am.ldr Iht
rl Internal of Ih.U children, toil um Ca,toria
fautand of th vnrioo quack loamim which
r destroying thnlr fcmd mm, ty forcing
opium, morphine, auolhlnf ayrup and other
hurtful agvala down llwlr Ihruatt, thcivby
Tl'llllg Uwa lo Dfeuatur gravee."
Da. rf, kixiMai-oa,
" Carta U la aowclt edapud lo children that
I recommend It aa aapttlor to any pracrlptloa
know lo SJS."
H. A. Ascaim, M. D,
III Bo. Oalurd M., Brooklyn, N. T.
Our physician la tht cMldrvn'e drperV
aunt bar epokta highly of thrlr spft
enc In thrlr ouUlik practice with Caatoria,
and although w only hav among our
nnllcal upllra what I known aa regular
prulucta, yrt w art Urea to confraa that tha
nirrlta of Caaloria baa won na lo look with
(avur upon It."
luiiui HoariTAL add DiersnaAST,
Aluut C. Surra, A.
Th Csntauf Company, 77 Murray Street, Now York CKy.
. TIDE TABLE FOR JULY, 1898.
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02. 1-3, fie. U-low ero.
Agents Wanted m.tlM
And HOI1AI1T. Ropubllrnn CanllUtr
for prralilftit and vlce-preaMnt, by
Kobt. P. I'nrtrr, tha nottsl Journallat
prracnt nil tor of tha Cleveland World,
and tnlllmata frlrnd of McKINLET for
twrnty year. Abaolutcly th only au
thentic LIFK Or McKINLKr publlah
d. For more than two year In prep
aration, and the only work that haa
receiver the endoraement of MaJ. Me
Klnley and hla moat Intimate frlenda.
No book eiual to It aa a Boiler. Every
body wanta the book publlahed at
McKlnley'a home. Torter'a bcxik aoll
at light. Iteadera will accept no other.
A sold mine for live, active worker.
Our agent are clearing from 110 to
$:0 a day. Chance for thouaunda of
othera to do aa well. Tht la the oppor
tunity of your life. The hlKherit com
inlealon paid. OHPKU OUTFIT NOW.
Si-iul :0c (atampa taken) aa an evidence
of good faith, which amount will be
refunded with agent' flrat order. If It
la only for on book, making OUTFIT
FltKK. Hooka on time. Chargea prc
pald, leaving proflta clear. Act quick
or while you are waiting othera will cut
Tin: n. o. Hamilton riTn. CO.,
1656 Arcade, Cleveland, O.
INWE OF VOTE OX SWINE
Omee of the County Clerk of Clataop
In accordance with Bectlon No. S41S
of "Kill's Annotated Law of Oregon,"
notice Is hereby given that at a gen
eral election held June lat, 1894, 1547
votei were caat agatnat Swine running
at large; that In alxty day from th
date of thla notice It will be unlawful
for Swine to run at large, within Clat
sop county, State of Oregon, under
penalty of Five Dollar for the flrt
ofTenae, and Ten Dollar for each ub-
sequent offense, to be recovered from
the owner of the Swine by civil action
In the name of the State of Oregon, be
fore a justice of the peace of the pre
cinct In which uch owner or keeper,
or either of them, may reside; and such
penalty shall be for the benefit of, and
when collected paid Into, the common
achool fund of the county In which said
action Is brought, within sixty days
after such, animal la proved to be at
large, . F. I. DUNBAR.
. ' , County Clerk.
Astoria, Oregon, June 22nd, 1866.
AN KNIOMATlCAIi BILL OF FARE.
For a dinner, earved on th Dining ear
of th Chicago, Milwaukee and BC Paul
Railway, will be sent to any address on
reoalpf of a two-omt poata - stamp.
Apply to 0o. H. Hafford. General Pas
senger Agent, Old Colony Building, Chi
cago, nilnote. , I
O. H. and N. Co. and the White Collar
T. J. POTTER.
Leaves Portland Monday at I a. m.,
running through to Astoria without
any atopa, leavea Tuesday and Thurs
day at I p. m., and Saturday at 1 p. m.
Leave Ilwaco Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at 4 p. m., and Sunday at
6 p. in., and leavea Aatorla aame days
at 7 p. m.
Leaves Portland Monday. Wednes
day and Friday at 8 p. m., and Sunday
at 7 a. m. Leavea Ilwaco Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 4 p. m. and
Sunday at 6 p. m., and leavea Astoria
same days at 7 p. m.
R. R. THOMPSON
Leaves Astoria 7 p. m. dally. Leaves
Portland 7 a. in. dally.
Leaves Aatorla a. m. dully; leaves
Portlund 8 p. m. dully, except Saturday,
leaves Saturday at 11 p. 111.
Will set the beat table and put up
the beat liquid refreahmeula In the
billy-WRIGHT & COLE-cash
CHAS CLARK. Clerk.
They Lack Life.
There are twlnea sold to flahermea
on th Columbia river that stood In
th earn' relationship to Marshall's
Twins aa a wooden unag does to the
human being they lack atrengtb llf
evenness and lasting qualities. Don't
tool yourself into tha belief that other
twines besides Marwhall's will do "just
a wall.". . Tbey won't. . They cannot
Notice Is hereby given that E. R.
Hawca haa made a general assignment
of all his property for the benefit of
all hla creditors; and that the under
signed, C. J. Trenchard, ha been ap
pointed aalgnee of said estate; and all
creditor of said estate or hereby noti
fied to present their claim ' against
said estate, under oath, to me, within
three months hereafter, at the store of
said' E. R. Hawes, at No. 605 Bond
street, ot said city,
i C. J. TRENCHARD,
! Astoria, June 25, 1894. : v
MATT 12 UH MAKING
Movamtnlael Vala at Homo
and H latwhart.
NOTICIO TO MAUINKH8.
Hun Francisco Hay, California-)
Ing to the removal of the wreck of the
slilp lllalrmore, the two aecond-claa
nun buoys placed to mark this oh
structlon have bean removed,
Crescent City, (.'allforiiln Nolle la
hereby given that th whistling buoy
off the entrance to Crescent City, C'al
Ifornla, haa been replaced In Its old
Ily order of the lighthouse board.
C'onianiler, U. H, N., Inspector.
Office of I'. H. Lighthouse Inspector,
Twelfth District, Han Fran laco, Cal
June 2), IslK.
Movements on the water front were
few and far butween yesterday.
Th llrltlsh ship Hrenhllda left up f
Portland yesterday afternoon with th
steel rails consigned to the O. IL and
This year sports at Wellington
which ore held aa a Dominion Day cell"
bratlon, fur ecllpae anything that has
previously been held at that end of the
Island, A notlcculile feature In the
program Is that nearly every prlxe Is
given In cash, a sufficient gunrante
that everything la genuine. With r'-
epect to the bicycle races, tho value of
which amount lo over t'Jit. the com
mlttee are offering Inducements higher
than haa ever yet been attained In
llrltlsh t'oluiuhlit. and probably on the
whole Pacific slope; the profeHonal
prises running as high as tluo llrst
prlxe, while In the amateur tiuxs three
of the races reach their limit, vlx., fzi.
After the sacrifice of millions of dol
lure' worth of properly and many lives,
the Puifct Hound shipping men have
at lust awakened to the fuct that pilots
are a necessity at the entrance to the
straits, and they have at I oat establish
d a service. Tho Press-Times haa the
following regarding It:
"The lotig-dlscuased pilot business off
Cape Flattery la an assured fact. The
schooner Eacret aalled today with pi
lots aboard, and will cruise out to sea
from Cai Flattery In search of ves'
eela needing some one aboard who
knowa how to bring a vessel In safely
without steering her Into the rock or
Into dangerous shoals.
"There If a wide difference of opinion
among seafaring men on the neceealty
for pilots off Cape Flattery. Some be
lieve affirmatively, and othera, just a
wise and careful sklppera. believe It
la all tomfoolery to send out pilot boat
from the ra. The stroll are deep
and wide, and the entrance clearly de
fined. The business at this time can
only be reckoned as an experiment,
and. aa one of the skippers said to
day, who does not believe In It, 'We
shall ae how It turns out.'
"There Is no compulsory pilot law,
and Incoming sea captains are alto
gether free to do aa they please about
taking a plllot aboard. It seems to be
the opinion of nearly every one that
American skippers and especially
coastwise seamen do not need and will
not take pilots aboard, but foreign sklp
pera. In charge of costly craft and
cargo, will to a man be glnd to know
that when they arrive off the cape they
can get a pilot.
"Capt. Tom Powers, a well known lo
cal pilot. Is one of the men who be
lieve this, and he Is the mainspring In
the present movement. The Eacret
sailed from here today, with Powera,
and one or two other pilots aboard.
Noah Hay will be the headquarter of
the vessel, and Into that port the boat
will run to pick up her pilots after
they have brought ships Inside.
'It Is not unlikely that the pllot-
boata will meet some opposition from
the tugboats, and nearly all vessels
will sooner or later have to take a
tug. Some believe that towing charges
will not necessarily be an cheaper by
reason of the pilots. The main hope
of the latter la that ships coming up
to the cape can got a pilot often when
there are no tugboats In sight, and
would otherwise have to tack and
stund off to sea again. Somo heavy
losses that have occurred of vessels
near the cape during the last two years
whoso captain took too much risk,
will, It Is believed, very largely Influ
ence ruture captains to take a pilot
If they can get one."
ROYAL Baking Powder
has been awarded highest
honors at every world's tale
The following unclaimed l-tters were
advertised at the Astoria pos'.ofUee on
June 29, 1SH6;
Hoydo, Ml ! Maud Hurrler. John
Fasman. Chas. (lutmble, Raleigh.
Hendrlcksnn, W. Juokeon, C'hr.
Lambert, Wm. Plerro. Ulllle.
Porper. 8. Rice, Mrs. George.
Schofleld.Mrs. LenaSprague, A. R.
Wllllama, Mr. Wilson, A. W.
July 6, 1S98:
Ilonaro, Palmo. Olsan, Mrs. J.
Persons calling for any of the above
letters will please say "advertised."
Additional postage of one cent for each
letter advertised la charged.
HERMAN WISE. P. M.
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FIRE ALARM IWXES.
Hox 5-Trullluger- MI1L
Hox Bond and Seventh street
Hog 7 Ninth and Duane.
Hox t Commercial and Fifteenth.
liox Clatsop Mill.
Hox 12 Car Stables.
llox 14 McGregor Mill.
E. ncNEIL, Kecciver,
A gentlaraaa's fwaort, at earner Bond
and ltth straeta. Tha finest brands of
liquor sad cigar always on baud. Can
and try ua.
ANDERSON 4 PRJCRSON.
And now the housewife broil herself
to A blister In her effort to Oil the pre
serve ckiaet to overflowing.
Strawberries are aald to whiten the
teeth, but we are very sure that black
berries will darken the tongue.
Beneath a steamer' berth
there' just room enough for
one of our Hit telescope satchel
and not near nough for the
ordinary trunk. Hence, a satch
el is a necessity tf you're going
a sea voyage.
Clatsop County, State of Oregon.
Whereas, on tha 27th day of May,
IS, Esther Loire, Jack Lambert
Adolph Guolnage and Sam Mellandt
were waylaid and murdered near Cath-
lamet Head (two miles below Clifton),
In Clatsop county, Oregon.
Now, therefore, Clatsop county here
by offers the following reward of
ONE THOUSAND (11000) DOLLARS
for Information that will lead to the
arrest or conviction ot the person or
persons who murdered said parties.
Said reward will be paid aa follows:
Five Hundred (1500) dollars will be paid
for Information that will cause the ar
rest and conviction of any one of the
gang ot murderers, and
Five hundred (500) will be paid for
Information that will cause the arrest
and conviction ot the balance of th
person committing said crime.
Aatorla. Oregon, June 10, 1894.
J. H. D. GRAY.
County Judge, Clataop County, Or.
Gives Choice ' 1
A V nVW WS
. St. Paul.
Pullman and Tourist 8le)rwr
Pr Reouning Chair Car
Via ' "
Astoria to San Francisco.
Bute of California, Sunday. June 7.
Columbia. Friday. June U
State ot Cal. Wednesday, June L
Columbia, Monday, June 22.
Bute of Cal., Saturday, June 27.
Columbia, Thursday, July t
Bute of Co., Tuesday, July 7.
Columbia, Sunday, July 7.
Columbia, Sunday, July 12.
State of CaL, Friday, July 17.
ROSS HIGGINS & CO
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Asteru aad Upper Astoria
Raa Teat and CoSaet. Table DaHcadce. DoaMeOc
and Tropical Fralta, Vttabtes, Sugar
Cored Haaa. Bacon. Eie. ,
Cholc Fresh and Salt Meats.
Few flen Would Ask
for a Finer Dinner
than those w sarvw We're tiring bl
very way to make them the snoot ea-
lorabi In town. An th "good thlngaH
of th saataoo nocked t7 ear txceriantl
cook in the most delicious style. Per
If you Invite a friend to th Palaot
ResUuraat the place is a aufflrient guar
antee that he will raoaiva a good meal, r
The Palace Kestaarant
ASTORIA PUBIiIC IiIBRflHY
READING ROOM FREE TO ALL.
Open every day from t o'clock to M
and 4:20 to 1:10 p. m.
Bubacriptlon rate IS per annum.
aW. COR. ELEVENTH A DUANE BT8.
jk Solentltlo American
f Aflenoy fore.
Astoria and Portlod Steamers.
T. J. Potter leaves Portland Monday
8 a. m., Tuesdays snd Thursdays at S
p. m., and Saturdays at 1 p. m., for As
toria and Ilwaco, connecting with Clat
aop Beach train. Returning, leaves Il
waco on Mondays, Wednesdays, ana
Fridays at 4 p. m. Astoria 7 p. m.
Sundays, leaves Ilwaco 6 p. m., Astoria
7 p. m. R. R. Thompson leaves Port
land dally 7 a. m. Returning, leave
Astoria 7 p. m. dally.
Telephone leave Astoria S a. m.
daily; leavea Portland 8 p. m. dally,
except Saturday; leaves Saturday at
11 p. m.
Tickets of steamers Ocean Wave and
Telephone are good on all these boats.
All four boats go to each other's docks
each night and morning for freight and
For rates and general Information call
on or address
G. W. LOUNSBERRT.
W. H. HURLBURT.
Gen. Pas. Agt, Portland, Or.
COPT RIGHTS. St
Tor rnforraafjnn and free Handbook wrl( to
MCNN A CO- 861 BaoiDWiT, Naw Voaa.
O.uVst harean for aecuriug pawinu In America.
I'verr pntent taken out by u la brought before
the pubuo by a aouoa given tree ot ohanj la lbs
Ijarlre) erreolarlon of any arlrntlfle paper tn the
world. Sni.nuljlT IlluatrkWd, No lutelllircnk
man ahooM bo without It. Waekly, K.l.OOa
rearil.90alxmonlha AddnM, SUXMr a CX,
uauaoua, SOI ilruadway, Htw York City,
Notice Is hereby given that I have
been duly appointed executor of the
last will and testament of Adam Bat
ter, deceased. AU persons having
claims against the estate are requested
to present them to me at the law office
of Frank J. Taylor, at Astoria, Oregon,
within six months from this date. All
persons owing the estate must pay
their Indebtedness to me, st the same
place. LOUIS KIRCHHOFF.
Dated, June 24th, ISM. '
If you want a sure relief for pains la the back, side, chest, or
iusds, use an -
BEAR In Mind Not one of tha host of counterfeits and Imita
tions is as good as the genuine, i , -
Are You Going East?
Bs sure and see that your ticket
This la the
GREAT SHORT LINE
' Bstws..: :' '
And all Points East and
Their Magnificent Track, Peerless Ves
. tibuled Dining and Sleeping Car
Trains and Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIME "
Have given this road a national reputa
tion. AU classes of paaaengera carried
on the vestibuled trains without extra
charge. Ship your freight and travel
over this famous line. All agenta hav
W. H. MEAD. F. C. SAVAGE,
Gen. Agent Trav. F. and P. Agt
248 Washington st, Portland, Or. . v
Wall Paper. Areata' MaHrlata. P tints. .
Oils, Claaa. Me Japanese Katanga,
Rags and Baabo Goods
365 Cc mmerclal Street
H. A. SMITH.
Room 1 and 2, Pythian Building,
overr C. II. Cooper tore.
Dft JSUV J AMBON, "
PIIT8ICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Olaen's drug store. Hours,
to U a. m.; 2 to i and 7 to I p. m,
Sundays, 10 to IL
DR. O. B. EBTES,
PHY8ICIAN AND SURGEON.
Bpaclal attention to disease of women
Office over Danslgar'a a tor. Aatorla.
Telephone No. 62.
J AT TUTTLE, M. D., '
PHYSICIAN, 8UROKON AND
Office, room I and t, Pythian Building.
Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to I. Roeldene.
C4 Cedar street
JOHN T. LIGHTER,
Office, upstairs, Astorlaa Building.
IL T. CROSBY,
4a Commercial street
J. Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNET AND COUNSELOR
Office on Bond street Astoria. Or.
J. N. Dolpb.
Chester V. Dolph.
DOLPH, NIXON As DOLPH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland. Oregon, 24. 23, 2 and 27,
Hamilton Building. All legal and ool
lectlon busln-s promptly attended to.
Claims against the government a specialty.
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7, A. F. and
A. M. Regular communications bold on
th flrat and third Tuesday evening of
O. W. LOUNSBERRT. W. IL
E. C. HOLDEN, Becreury.
W. C. CABS ELL,
DEALER IX REAL ESTATE. ..
818 Bond Street.
WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on Jno.
F. Handler A Co., 124 Third a tram, and
get the Dally Astorlaa. Visitor Mad
not mlaa their morning paper while there.
BREMNER & HOLMES.
Special attention paid to steamboat re
pairing, flrst-claas honesboetng; a to.
LOGGING CAjSP (DORK fl SPECIALTY
127 Olney street between Third and
and Fourth. Astoria, Or.
J. B. WYATT,
Pbon No. 68
PAINTS and OILS.
Special Attention Paid ta Supplying Ship.
THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT
A passenger train on the Chicago, Mil
waukee and St Paul Railway. No. Its
tarlns are vestibuled. heater by steam.
and lighted by electricity. Each sleep
car berth has an electric reading lamp.
Its dining cars are the beat In the world,
and 1U coaches are palaces on wheels.
This great railway, connecting as It
does with all transcontinental line at St
Paul and Omaha, assure to the tarvellng
public the best service known. Tickets
via the Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul
Hallway are on sale at all railroad ticket
offices to any point in th United State
or Canada. For maps, folders and other
C. J. EDDY, General Agent
J. W. CASEY, Portland. Or.
Trav. Pass and Tkt Agent
nir ! a non-votsonoen
rrtnedy for ttonorrhira.
UDUEr A Glt, Sp.rmalorrhira,
Iw mini, nnnasarai duv
charg., or any iutiamnia
. tion. irritation or ulcera-
Iir.rw wniiia, tion of mncona mem
'HtEMHSOlwiriiCj. brama. Kon-Mtrlnnl.
,' . or aem 10 plain wmpper,
by .slims, prvpatu. lor
11. vi. or a Dome, w-'o.
areolar aen' on ruiiuiMU
Telephone and Ocean Wave
(White Collar Line.)
Leave Astoria Leave Portland-
Tuesdays 7 p. m. Mondays 8 p. m."
Thursdays 7 p. m. Wednesdays 8 p. m.
Sundays 7 p. m. Fridays, 8 p. m.
Connects at Astoria at 8 a. m. Sun
days with ateamer Thompson tor Il
Leave Astoria Leave Portland-
Mondays ta. m, Mondays 8 p.m.
Tuesdays 8 a. m. Tuesdays 8 p. m.
Wednesdays 8 a. m. Wednesdays 8 p. m.
Thursdays lam Thursdays 8 p. m.
Fridays 8 a. m. Fridays 8 p. m.
Saturdays 6 a. m. Saturdays 11 p. m.
WALLACE MATJZET, Agent
Iron & Steel,
Groceries & Provisions,
Flour & Mill Feed,; .
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Doors fe Windows,
Wagons & Vehicles,
IS THERE ?
Is there a man with heart no cold.
That from his family would withhold
The comforts .which tbey all could find
In article of FURNITURE of tha right
And we would suggest at this season a
nice Sideboard, Extenalon Table, or set
of Dining Chairs. We hava th largest
and finest Una ever ah own In th city
and at price that cannot fall to pleas
th closest buytrs.
HEILBORN & SON
.SNAP A KODAK
st any man coming oat of
our store snd you'll get a
portrait of a sun brimming
over with pleasant thoughts.
Buch quality In the liquors
we have to offer are enough to
pleaae any man. .
COME AND TRY THEM
HUGHES & CO.
A. V. ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Tenth and Commercial a tree U.
J. A EAST ABEND,
HOUSE, BRIDGE AflD EHARF BUILDER
Honse Moving Tools for Rant.
ASTORIA ' ' . OREGON
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
CoMoatySt.foot of Jackson, Aatorla.
General Machinists and Boiler Makesr
Laal and Marine Enghvaa. Boiler work. Staaa
11 beat an Cannery Work SpaelaKy. " 1
CasSsgs of AD DaacHpttonr Mad ' Order a
John Fox... .President and Superintendent
A. L. Fox .Ylo President
O.' a Prael .....Socreury
First National Bank. Treasurer .
GEO. NIC0LL, Assistant.
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