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THE DAILY AST0K1AN, SATURDAY MORN I NO, Al'OlST 7, U1..7.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephone No. 61
tkkm or niBscKirnos.
Bent bf mall, per yer -6W
Sent by mall. Pr month 60
Served by carrier, per month 4S
tient by mall, per year 12 in advance,
rostage free to subscribers;
All communications Intended for publi
cation shou'.tl be directed to the editor.
Business communications of all kinds
nd remittances must be addressed to
The Astorlan guarantees to Its sub
scribers the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
Advertising rates can be had on appli
cation to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorlan, the second old
t weekly in the state of Oregon, has,
next to the Portland Oregonlan, the
largest weekly circulation In the state.
John F. Handley & Co. s-re our Port
land agents, and copies of the Astorlan
can be had every morning at their
land, 124 Thi- street.
There Is reason to believe that the sil
ver men will construe the promise s to
the new tariff law as they did the prom
ise as to republican sufcees In the na
tional election. That is to say, they
will Insist on Immediate results to Justify
the claims put forfrT. No sooner had
the votes been counted In November than
the silver men bofran to urge that the
promised rcvivrJ of pr-P-rlty must set
In. They pretended to be greatly dts.
appointed. They characterised every
commercial failure announced as giving
the He to the sound money propaganda.
They argued n. if the country had Nvn
assured of a general revival of business
In twenty.four hours. Tb-re had. of
course, been no such assurances given.
It was known that time would be neces
sary" to develop the fruits of republican
victory; that after so long a period of i't to all suffering vet. runs. If In doubt
disaster and unrest recuperation would!" n"e YJ"" W- n
! ST E I X P E P. G E R, AlUntown, Pa. Sold by
necessarily be slow. But time is fulfil- lE?t.Con Co
ins the bromise. PraMet-itv u Mum.
Ing. Business Is reviving. Prices are
good and still on the up grade. The
wisdom of last year's decision at the I
polls Is now past all serious question.
The silver men will now turn their at. i
I "Let me give you a pointer," said M.
bmtion to the new tariff law. They will ! , , '
' F. Gregg, a popular conductor on the
Insist that from the very outset It must ! Missouri Pacific railroad. "Do you know
Justify Itself. The receipts, they will j that Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
contend, must take an immediate bound, I D'arrha Remedy cures, you when you
--i .. . . have the stomach ache? Well, It does."
and fill the treasury. As a matter of ! . . ,, . ,
And after giving this friendly bit of
fact, the new law Is likely to yield lu:,dvlcet the Jollv conductor passed on
smallest returns dulrng the first .-ix
month of Its operations. Anticipatory
Imports have be.n hurried in until .h )
warehouses are piled with enormo:
etocKs. it will take time to work the
nff, and during this time the rer.Ipis
trom customs will necessarilj- o? re.
duced. But that the new law. ottce the
, ,. . ,
conditions become normal a.iln, will
Justify Itself is an assurance resting upon
the careful calculations of both states,
men and business expats, and may lie
Kocented ttho. ,.r..i v,.. .k.
reservation by the
The government will receive
money enough under It for Its comfort- ;,fpeclally so. "There Is no more satis
able support, and American labor and factory" or effective remedy than Cham
induPtries protection tnou?h und-r a j 1 'flam's Colic. Cholera and Dlanhoea
, . . . , , t Remedy," writes Dr. R. E. Rorxy, physl-
to give an Impetus to ativt;y thronch. , , . , . ' '
:cian and pharmacist of Olney, Mo.: and
out the land. The silver men are pull, j he has s( d the reme(Iy ln hls own fam.
ing against a rising tide; and It Is a j'ly and sold It in his drug store for
strange commentary on their attitude j yars. he shr.uld certainly know. For
and organization that thos? things which fale by z-r- Dru Co.
carry the greatest comfort to the conn, j 0.,, r ,,
try carry the greatest discojrag-m.-nt with a -lo'.ii dampened In equal parts of
to themselves. cold milk and writ-r. This ! a house.
The more the farmers throughout the
country look at the present price of
hrat and compare It with 'Ik- ittil!ic
value of the Eilver dollar the more they
must feel satisfied with
the result of
the presidential election. They are get
ting from twenty-five to thirty cents a
bushel more for wheat this season than
last, and getting It ln gold. Moreover,
they are not only paying t!ielr debts ln
good coin at a hundi-ad cents on the
dollar, but they have money to lorsn.
The farmer pays his debts on the gold
baals, loans his money on the gold b.if.,
und when It falls due he will expect to
receive payment on the g-old basis. Jb n
who at all reflt on the money ques
tion and on pnoes must now perceive
that however coincident the decline ln
the prices of silver and wheat was for
a number of years, there was no neces
sary connection between the two pro.
ductlons, and It waa not the demonetiza
tion of silver that caused wheat to de
cline. Both wheai and silver suffered
In ptica because there wrs an over-supply
of both and a less demnad. Today
live world's supply of wheat Is short, and
the price, for natural economic reasons,
advances. It Is not so with silver. The
over-production continues, and there is
no corresponding demand. Hence the
price falls. The farm-rs will undoubtedly
do a good deal of hard-headed thinking
this foil, and if Bryan and Altgeld und
the wiwle silver cr.-w ever cajole thx-:n
Into voting for free silver again U will
be because they haev lost their wits.
. "The East does not know," says The
Denver Republican, " and will not be-
lleve that Colorado Is a gn,r.Vrol;i 'Inn
tale, exoiX In a moderate wy A
all. tl doe not know that It will surp.-is
California this ye.tr. mid thv. In the
course of a few years It will so ahl
of the Hand district In South Afrtci.
People are ready enough to believe
Mcrl.-s of the discovery of alnnvt fab i.
lo.ia wealth In th-' Yukon vull y. hut
they turn a deaf tar to the statement
ih.it Colorado Is one of ih. it rotten
gold n-clon In ih-. world."
A CHEAT HOOK FKi:i-
Wli.n Dr. K. V, Plervv. of tfufftilo. X.
V., published the linn million of his
irreat work, The People's Common Sense
M Mli-rtl AdMser, he announced that i.fter
wmW copies had been sold at the regular
price, $1.50 per copy, the profit on which
would repay him for the ureal :niivunt
of labor and money expended In produc
ing It. he would distribute the next half
million free As this number of copies
has already been sold, he Is now itlvii'it
away, absolutely free. ,w,.i copies of
this most complete, luierestlmj and val
uable common sens, medical work ever
published the recipient only Ivlng r -i)
til red to mall to him. at above address,
twmty-o'ie il) one-cent stamps to cover
cost of nulling only, and the book will
be sent post-paid. It Is a veritable med
ical library, complete In one volume.
Contain K aes, profusely illustrated.
The Free K.lition ts j tvclsely the name
as that sold at except only t!uu the
books are It strong matulU paper covers
Instead of cloth. Send now before 'ill
are given away.
It Is a pleasure to thosei who use their
ne.les on fancy work during the summer
to know that there are llttlei cases to
hold each fkdn of flows so that all danger
of a wasteful snarl Is avoided.
A REMARKABLE CVRE OF CHRONIC
In ISC when 1 served my country as a
private In Company A. 157th Pennsyl
vania Volunteers. I contracted chronic
diarrhoea. It has given me a great deal
of trouble ever since. I have tried a
doien different medicines and several
prominent doctors without any perman
ent relief. Xot long ago a friend rent me
la sample bottle of ChamberUin's Colic,
j Cholera und DHrrhcea Remedy, and after
'that I bought and tooK a a)-cent ooitie;
and now I can say that I am entirely cur
ed. I cannot be thankful enough to you
for this great Remedy, and reeommenj
Even though therAare a dosen blotters
handy, the fair scribbler prefer to wave
her paper In the air to dry It In a more
I simple and rational manner
.town the aisle
It Is a fact that thou
sands of railroad and traveling men
n'ver take a ,r"' without a bo,,I of
this Ksmody, whl'-h Is the Best cure for i
f-owel disorders In the world. 23 and 50
c..nt bottles for sale by Estes-Cor.n Drug
! The' vIPain in cl nr. Iln-n Is nut though!
I ha:f so ixid by the f-mlnlm portion of
. the auill-n"e the one who appears
,wjlh a Mafk tye and a red ghrt-
! Tt always gratifying to receive teatl-
imoniats ior Mi.nntKnam voiic. tnoiora.
pnd Diarrhoea Remedy, and when the
endorsement Is from a physician It Is
John Orifiith, of Zanesvill- O., -.iys:
"I m ver livid a day for ihir'y jvars
without suffering ngony, ur.til a box 'if
De Witt's Witch Haze) Salve curd my
l,nK-" For fdles and fetal trbl's.
fins, brui--s. sprains, z iin and nil
skin trouble lie Witt's Vt'ifh ifr.jsel
Salve Is lii.f (uallil.. Churb-s Rogers.
You naturally lose flesh lr,
the summer and running co.vn
is so eary You ?j-A a little
weaker each day virhout hard
ly noticing it There is less ol
appetite, headache, weakness
of the muscles, disturbed sleep,
veakness of memory, and these
are the beginning of nervous
prostration Iron and tonics
and bitters may afford some
temporary relief, but vhat you
need is a food for body, brain
of Cod-liver Oil with the Hy
pophosphiies, furnishes just the
nourishment needed for those
who are run drvn and pile and
thin and vea':. If ycu hoe flesh
in summer tale Scott's Emul
sion now. Don't wait till fall
or winter before beginning.
For salo at jO azi '.. a by til druita.
THE RECORD OP
CLEAR TIIK WAY.
For the escape from the system of .t
waste and debris, which. If retain, d.
would vltiiite the bodily fluids and over
throw health. That important channel
o .lt. the bowel, may he kept per
fetly free from obstructions by using
the non-grlplng. gently acting and agree
able oatbartlc, Hosteller's Stomach li'.!
ters, which not only liberates Impurities
but tn Isorates the lining of the Intes
tinal canal, when weakened by consti
pation or the unnlse use of violent ,i;r
g.tttve. The stomach. Iler and ttr'narv
otitans are likewise tvlnfor.ol and
aroused to henlthful action by this I e
ttct'ioent tonic and corrective, and every
orsan. ttNr. muscle and in rve exper
iences a share of Us ln iKoriMintr Influ
ence. I'nobjcc'.ionalde, thorough, a most
eenial and wholesome medicinal stimu
lant, and owing Its etlbMcy to botanic
sources exclusively. It Is the remedy b.st
adapted to household use. on account of
Its safety, wide scop and speedy nc'lon.
f A steamer chair Is the best sort of
lounsing place the warm days, and It
does not necessarily have to te placed
on shipboard either. On the or'h It Is
quite as acceptable.
There Is a time for everything: iird
the time to attend to a cold Is whin It
starts. Don't wait till you have eon.
s.imptlon but prevent It by using One
Minut- Coush Cure, the snsit remedy
for i-oughs, colds, croup. br nohlt!s and
nil throiit and lung troutd s. Ch.irl.-s
When a woman dvlarvs she is all
ready you may calculate upon half an
hour s wait lfore she really makes h. r
exit into the street.
What causes bad dreams Is a question
that has never been satisfactorily an
swered; but. in nine casts out of ton.
frightful dreams are the result of Imper
fect digestion, whieh a f.w does cf
Ayer's Sarsapariila will effectually reme
dy. Don't delay try it tnlay.
Xo matter how really usly the new
baby may lie. the pan-nts ar- con im-t I
that It Is the most beautiful being tv. r
Mr. C. L. Ilasbrouck, a driralst at Men-
don, Mich., says all of the aood testimo
nials that have been published by the
manufacturers of Cham!srl.i!n's Colic.
j Cholera a l Dlarhoea r.-nu ly co .M i...
duplicated In that town. For sale by
Estes-Craln Drue Co.
It Is a ha tilt of the summ -r girl to iut
her hand hak In ord-r to a-- -r ii-i
I whether holtl and skirt hivi
ha vi !. irt..l I
"Mamma, was that a sugar-plum you
Just gave me?" saked little Mable. "No
dear, It was one of Dr. Ayer's rill"."
"Pleas", may I have another?" "Not now.
dior; one of those nice pills Is all you
need at pr-sent, because every do- Is
The woman v. ho can give a waiter a
quarter without looking to e the effect
of her generosity Is a wonder.
It heals everything except a broken
hart, may tie wild of Pe Witt's Witch
M-.z-l Salve. Piles' and fetal diy. ae.
cuts, burns, 1 rulses, t-t'er, z-Trf and
all skin troubles may be cured by It
lut'kly and i.rn.aently. '"hfis. Ro-rs.
It is a --;i.-e..s .,.irm'i)l house
gotl-m to l.-ve that .-very ring at the
bell Is intended for you alon".
'I crave V: t One Mln.lt"," said the
public speak'-r in a husky voice; and th n
tie toi.k a dos- of One Minute '"ough Cur"
and proeee.l'sl i'h ids oraiorv. fin
Minute f'o ugh f :r.- Is in quailed for
throat and lung trubl s f'has. Itoijera.
f.'reme de metitiie lo.-ks innoeent, but It
is wdl to ri number that it is not r-pcr-mlnt
"They don't make much 'c-s ab"ut It."
We are speaking of D- Wilt's i.lttle
Karly Is.ts the f: mous II:.tle pills for
constipation, UHou.nes', and all s'oinach
and liver troubles. They never uri;,'-.
A a rub- thr. more f'-.-tive the liand rn
a yo.n man's hat 'he !.. ;fc;lv' the
brain und-r It.
Vim, Vit?cr and ictorv these are (he
characteristic of Pe WlttY, Mule Karly
P.isers, the famous llttb- pills for con.
Fiipatlon, blllouKiie's and all tomxcii
and liv-r troubles. Charles Rogers.
The d ntist h chair at any season is not
a cheerful resort, but at the pr-sent limi
ts a special buijbenr to the outdoor-lovinir
Don't nauseate your ; tom.-ch w ith teas
and bitter herbs, but r'trubite your llv r
and sir k h ada he by uslnif ;hwe famous
li' le pills known Witt's T.lt'le
Eariy RlH'-rs. Chnrbs Jtoi-r.
The veil faer. s the latest form of nrr.
voiisness developed by the fashionable
Rrish the hair dally throiiKh to the
scalp, and occasionally apply Hall's TTalr
'nT.'1-r, and a luxuriant head of hnir
will be maintained1 of a natural hoe.
Use Welifoot Corn rnr-p. Xo
cm-f no pay. For salr at Ks-fPH-('onn
VKSSKLt OS IUK W TO lilK til. CM HI A
C.H M'ravh, Hr sli ,
CunihriHii, Hr sh
! upliiiisi no. Hi sli ,., ,,, ,
roil Kale ly
ilsfl.. HVAl .. -
met u,i vt . tis
l.'.rt loin I 111
laiililhiteWxiur,,, lir '0i.',...."!l,i;...o ,l"
lui ItXI'lt K.
tieonte Stet.on, Am h... ITto Mvll
Auucley, llr li IWt ..HWAl .
t'n ii ol Scotlniid. llr h liv;,..UX
Hodlm. Hr h fi.' MUI ,
lloxoi t I f
Louis, e ji .,
ttlisod, Ur si ii'i: ihhi
Baiidmieira. Hr h t::. bvvl
NSWl AMI , A
Audn-t , Ur sh... iwt leoil ,
I II loiueiie, Mr n i.vvj loul
I'no luce, Hr sh i.j il ..io,nl
MuiiietUn ililrt-, Pr h I ) " hv.w
K'cmvttlri Hr s' .',v,.. Ifc'l.,
lleacoti K.h'K. Hr li IT.ixi U0 .
iinibr Kins, Hr h . lnnl
Mrailtg) rie. lltSh it! . u .u .
m i.i: v
Prutubu ton, Ur li ITT.: b o il
Onrhftlh, bt H'.V .
I'llj ( IVith. Hr sli bo vt..
Peru, tier sh .m; ..tuial
M,iiKbrn, Hr h I f Uv.il .
THE OlUECTtON XOT C.V)I,
There are people who have objections
to advertising matter In the column of
a new spior. The ground of objection
Is that they do not want to read ad
verttsements. Now this objection Is not
gxvl, for ofteutlinoH thuo udiertlse.
ine;it convey valuable lnforniatlon.
For Instance, how else would the trav
eling public learn of the excellent din
Ing car service of the Wisconsin Cen
tra! lines between St. Paul and Chicago,
or the general cm in fort of traveling over
this popular line. For particulars cull
on the nearest ticket agent or address
J. C. Pond. O. P. A . Milwaukee-. Wis .
or Geo S. Hatty, 'lenoral Agent. "I
Stark street, Portland, r.
What a source of Joy It l to realise
that a lont;.auitctpa(txl luiptutiess ts at.iit
to mat. r.ilixe.
Iturtilnj. itchlin," -kit'. a-s tust.ir-t-ty
reiel by I),- tu's Wlteh :! ir. ;
Sahe, 'ineuale.l for cuts, brui-' s.bun.
It heals nitonut UnvliiK n sear Chaf.
Tiie aft. moon Commervlal Mr.-t pro....
ufuler Koinic west now has tn
Vhn (tolnjr K.-tst travel nn thj North
ern i'iiottio Itai!ay. QuUk time and the
a:iy lino running dining inn Train
leaves Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. in.
For a real restful two hours the tmlr
dr. ssinif st.itil simietits ar,. to Ik- rum.
Cham'icrln lu's Colic. Cholera and Dlr- f
riura Hemedy always affords prompt rt
lief. For sale by ICte-Conn Drug Co.
It Is not pleasant to Im served with
luittermllk s'lgg.-stlxe of plni.ipple sml.i.
Th"re are some- stutdes of itreen thai It
m.lk. S Olie billions just to l,k at.
Life has few t.-rrors for the Indlvldunl I
i who does not owe a rent
I.on-ly side streets are the resort of
fair bicycle beginnirs th.se evenings.
And now the maH bov U gs to have
his h;i!r clipped alnifwt to the scalp.
Cream lace.edgi.l veils arc much worn
wltn s.ailor hats.
The umbrella hiihlt has Is-corn.. almost
For Infants and Children.
llml.t it ot
Ship Cliandler ,',
Iron & Steel,
(.roce'rie-i & iVovifiionn,
Flour Mill Feed,
Taints, Oils, VarniHlifcH,
Doors t Windows,
WagfiriH fc W-hicleH.
ASTORIA PUBLIC LIBRARY
READINf. RfX)M mtl TO AL1.
Open very day (ram I a'eloek t I M
and 10 to t-M p. m.
gubacrtpUon rates n par annua.
B.W. COR. ELEVENTH DUANE UTM-
AN OPEN L-ETTER
WE ARr ASSMUTlNii IN TIIK COl'RTS CU'K KIC.11T TO TIIK
r.XCUiSIVlC I'SK 1F TIIK WtIU "CASTOIIIA," AND
"PITCHER'S CA8TORIA," AS oi k TKAiu: Mark.
7, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, (if Hyamist Nnssachuspttt,
was the originator cf " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the nana
that has borne and docs now tf sjX--'m vn mrU
bear the facsimile signature of &j$yZ,:( wrapper.
This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA,'' h-i;Wj has been
used in the homes ej the Mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the hind you have always bought ,eTrZ on
and has the signature' of C&&ffl&&UX wrap
per. No one has authority from mo to use my numo ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Cluis. It. Fletcher w
President. 4 ,
March S, 1S97. Q.tit
Do Not Bo Deceived.
Do not crul.ingcr the life of your chiKl hy acccptinjj
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even he tines not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
ASTORIA & COLUMBIA RIVER RAILROAD
TlltlO CT rf 1 mm1" cMocI .llv O, lw7
l.i".A i: Antorla (or l'lael at T u . ni.. 10 . m. ond 13 m.. iuhI i p. m. dally: si
t..i p. m Saturday or.l) : at P- " dally eept Haturtny and Huiulay;
it r.ie p m tf.iturd.iy oelv: and ut J.JU p. in. dally rloopt Saturday.
I.i:.'.V.: Atotta for S.a.ule at T n in an. I In a. m. dally;; at 4 Jii p. ni. Halurdsy
oiuv in .'. (e in daily re. i.t Saturday and Sunday; st t;lO p, ni. Kalurdny
and Sunday, 1
t.!-:.VK I'l.o. I f.ir Astoria at 'I "'. a. m . m.. l U a .m. and 1 Si p. m. dally;
I ,,t j' ii rn S.ilnrd iv onlv; a'- 4; p in dally raerpt Haturday and Buu-
'' ,; " m Ma.urday. and at CU P m Haturday only.
j I.K.Wi: l l.n.l tor Seaside at 7 .'. u ni aim i a. m. anuy ; ni in p. m. naiuruaj
! o '. I at ' p m il i.'ly rxeapt rtaiunluy and Sunday.
I l.K.W i: S -a- .In tor Anuria at .VM a m and . a. in. dally; at 1:43 p. pi. Balur
! day oidv: ot 3 C p m dally rxpt Saturday and Hundny; at p. tn,
j Sun -lay only, and at p in. Saturday only.
; I.KAVK S -as'de 'ir I'lmel at .'. i u m. and . a. m dully; at J 46 p. m Saturday
only, and at 3 1.'. p in d d'.y rieit
I'iiR RKNT i'o or ibr.
riMitns fur lae.si k. ,-piuu
1 1 1 1 1 re at
KC'R HKNT-Twrt or thfe unfurtpshi I
rooms, for housekeeping: nho furnislnsl
rof.ms. Apply at ;':7 l.'ih street.
Pill ItKNT -I'lirni-hed. i
room, with bay window,
catiil; CI KxehiniC" -tr.e
m ar Ninth.
me of the most de.lrabb' rooms In th,.
elty for nut, ulth board, for u sIukI
gentleman; nb 1 table h.mrd for one or
two Kenlletnen at 'Y.i'.t I'.X' barnc- Htreel.
Foil P.KNT-FuriilHhed rooma. an
suite or single, by the day or month
Hotel Tli! he, under entire new imuiw
tneiit Oniit r.-duct on In raiea. Mm
(J. V. Porter, manager. (' r Kleven't
IUillroad hands wauled for linmedlabr
work on track. Apply at room 4. Kla!
block. a. c. rt. it. n.
Foil HA I.E.
FOR HAI.K-The furniture and business
of the WiLrnnton hotel an- for sale,
on account of lll-lnal'li of proprietress.
This Is a chance to secure, a sjooil-pnylim
business at a b.-HKiln. Addrei-s Mr.
C. I. Smith. U urrenlon, Or.
Foil HA Lie-20 first-class milch cow
for sab; at a bargain; also 4 Kood work
horses. Apply at Astorlan ollico.
Foil HAI.lv- Cheap, an 1W4, fli lady'
Columbia, bicycle, In perfect condition.
Apply at the Astorlaa olllce.
FOK BALK A J. S. Mundjr Improved
friction drum hoisting engine. Klzs of
boiler, 7x2'i feet; cylinder, 712 Inch
A ilrnt-claHH enKlne, almost a (food
new. Address "A," Astorlan office
'OCND On IfinK Peach, Haturday, July
31, a Kill net, marked M. II. on onn side
of the buoy and If. on the other side;
floats marked C. C Co. and W. C. P. Co.
Owner may regain same by applying to
Wrn. H. Lawrence, ke--per, Ilwa.to lAtt
Havlnir Htiulon, proving proicrty und
lyii.K for this notice.
FOUND On the street ln Astoria, roms
tlrne In the month of last June, a
lady's (told watch. Owner can hare
same by applying to A. J. Wherry,
Elsie, Or., and proving property.
si . i-r : " ' ?
Matunlay ami Hunoay,
AST0KU S (iOHUtOl'S
RNTI; RTA I NM I;NT MALL
rill Mulr. Uamra uf All Kinds. f
Good Order and Everybody's Riqht
nt lilt TI.V OltHKItt Kl.
M'ANThl'-A k-'sl girl. for M'l-ril
hou.s.'Work Apply liiunedlately at r1
Kxclmnife ulris t
C. C. HltOWKIt.
ATTOIlNICY AT LAW.
t; undersoil lluil llnn,
DR. H. L. IIENDEIWON,
Oin cc. Kliimy Uulldlng, Astoria.
7 to 0. m.; U to 2 and t to 1 p. m.
Hpeclul altrnton civ on to th tretmnt
of nieoe of the Eye Chronic Dtv
eases, and Bur-gory.
DR. JAY TL'TTLfc.
PHYSICIAN AND SUIIOEON
Office, room C and t, Pythian bulldf
GJl'-i CoiiimrrclaJ 8t, Itesldence Mm
Acting assistant surgeon U. S. Ma
rine hospital service.
JOHN T. LIOHTKR,
Office, upstslrs, Aitorlsn lluildliif.
H. A. SMITH.
Pooms 1 and 2, Pythian Uulldlng
ovei C. II. Cooper's store.
Dn. O. B. E8TE8,
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
Special attention to disease of womsu
Olllce over Dani'gni-s store. Astoria
Telephone No. 62.
J. Q. A. BOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Office on Bond street. Astoria, Or.
Chester V, Dolph. Rlohard Nlisa
DOLPII 4 NIXON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon, 24. 28, M and 27.
Hamilton Building. All legal and col
lection busln ss promptly attended to.
Claims against th government a (pe
nalty. H. T. CROSBT,
441 Commercial atreet.
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7, A. F. and
A. M. Regular communications held on
the first and third Tuesday evening of
O. W. LOUNSBERRT, W. U.
E. C. HOLD EN, Secretary.
CIIIKK OF poldCIC HAI.IC,
NulliK I lirroby alvrtii, lluil by vltitis
uf a witrriilil Issii.sl by Ibe AHdllnr and
I'nllro Jililgn uf tli CUy f Aslotin, by
iilder pf Ihn riiinon coiiliiil of said city,
and lo tun dli'.sinl, datnl I lie Sltli day
of June, IMi?, and iiuiilnst
11 t pirt'ocK,
Coiniimiiitltiv Hie lo levy ul I'M No. 11,
block No. (II In tln City of Astoria ns
laid out slid rveoi.lml by Jutili Mo
elurv, for di lliupii lit street BiwcimiiH lit
dun tliert-ou and iisulnat subl d rllH-
real cslrtle fur the Improvement of Fx
clinimo street In tli City of Astoria, from
Ilia West lino of pub stris'l In I lie linlin
bet ween Hlilvrty's Mini McClurv's, which
uramrnl o4iiounl lo tlx- sum of H:tiT.
I did on Hie 3lt, day ol July, v.i;, . y
uniii all of ml.l lot No, II, block No,
U In the. City ol Aaiurln as laid out mid
recorded by John MoClurn, und mi tlm
iMrd dty uf Aiiausl, Ivi;, nt dm hour of
1 o'clock p. nt. of said day, In front of h
court bouse door In ald City of A'toiis,
CI11O.H1 county, Oiviion, will proccsl tu
sell at imblle niiclloll. to tlm hluliest bid
der, the buo diNM'rllwd rl iroi.ny
to sty sold luseMiiiPUt for the llu
provi tin nt of FichsiiKo sirefi, toii Uirr
with tliK coils tin. I es ii- of u di
ale Ha Id sale lo I for t'ltltfd Hlal
unlit or silver coin
Chief Ut Poll...
Paled, AstiM-ln. Or, July II. W,
en iff or pui.ici: hai.i:
Nolleo I lirreby stltrii, thai by virtue
of 11 nrmnt liwd by lb Audltnr sml
I'.illec Juduo of l!li til)' f Aetorln, by
nider of tb I'omon council of mM ill y.
and til me illr-otrtl. dated the i'l 11 day
of June, t''. nud niialnsl
Tltl'HTKFH FIRKT 11 M'TIMT Clll'ltCIt,
Coiiiiimn lliiK I"" ' levy ell bl No I.
Mock No. W In the lily of A"t rla o
laid out slid rt.oribsl by John Mr.
dure, for o ib llmpo-m tre l ni mriil
dlle thermit Ulld HU.lUlsl lid it.s.Ud
fenl estate fur ti n ! Illpl 1 01 III. Ill of b-
1 haiiuc stnet lii tlu' I'll) nt Astoria, from
thr H.sl line of tctll 'reel to 111.- e,,m
b.lw..n HbUely's and .M.VIurr's. WI1PI1
nMismttil amounts lo the mill of II.".1 3
I did on llio StUi day of July, Iv.ir, l-vy
uoii all of suld lot No 4. bbs k No
f In the City of A"t".la. as lil t out smt
n-.-orded by John M i'lure. and mi the
iird day of Aiik'ust. tv". at the hour of
" o'clock p in of 'Id day. In fr oit of Ihe
court ho'tnr. do. r In x.ld Cly of Aalclta
I'hltnop eolltilV. I In B"tl. I Will procrt ,1 tu
Sell nt pllldle suction. t' Hw liUth"! bid
der, the hIimid d. rH. real propeity
to .iiry said us. Usui, itt for the tin.
proiiinetll of rj lahk'e Sirn-t. together
With tb coats and rn-llr of ueh
illr. Hul.t .ilr to U- f.ir I'llltisl Ht4tr
ol.1, or ;liir coin
I'M. f of l"..llre.
Ihiisl. Ai"l.i. " . Julv Jt. I1"?
CI I IFF OF lul.ICi: HALF.
Notice la hnn-by Klvrii, that by virtue
of it warrant lu.l by the Auditor and
Poller J'jdif of tin- City of Aiorbi. by
order of tlw coition i-ouneil of ui I city,
and to me dte,s-t,st, ! vti d Ho- " tt ti day
of June. ls.iT. n attains!
W I 'A UK I It
CoiumandliiM nm to b ' mi ut!i ft
lot No. V block. No. II. in Hi" CP) of A
t.irla lis laid out and reonb.1 ,y J.doi Mc
cluie, for a ,. lliupi nt nita. l a-. fanii ul
due tin ri "II all I illil " il l d . H'.rd
r.-.il r.iiu- for tl.e iiuproi III- nt l-f ' I
i li.inui' tret In ilu I'iH ..' Anton.,, fr.uu
tile 11. t line uf I t!i i.lr.,1 lo Illr lo lilt
bi-IMi'll HMi.lv'n and M I tilt. '-. w Id b
ui,4.nflnn nt amount., to die i mi i.f :.i"4
I did on llw. :nb dii of Jul). v.;. I.y
upon all of anil -oulh fe.-t of lot No,
1, block No II. In th. City uf Ai'"rla a
I. .id nut and r. . . ,t I . .1 bv Jo)m M-iiuie
and on ibe l".rd dai or Aukum, 1Ii''T, a! tt'e
hour of 3 o'i I", k p tn of mild dv In
front of the court hou.- d..ir In ald Cliy
of Aalolia, Cl;ii..p louniy, iir.tf-oi, I
Will proceed t i. II nt ul. II.- ale Hon. to
trc bU:licl bl.ld.r, thr ul-.n- .1. rlh.-d
l--.il piojii rly to a!Pf aald a... rn.tr- :.t
for the lltiprov - in . lit of I. V han:' ult.rt,
Iok. tht-r nlth ihc i ,1.1m ;ind i &. t.n. of
said anle. Kahl ,ib- to he for I t II..I Hlalea
(told and hIU , r cnlti
l id. f of Poller.
I'al.il, Ai-totiu. iir. Julv :i, I v.;
Signature Is printed In
ft ho Original
A a further protection minJust
Ag.nts fur the United 5stes,
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS. N. V-
HOP LEE CO.
PiirtcrrliitliluiMiisde tiiiitder. Hnlli siid troiuani
limits a parfect III. Kery order punctu
ally on Hum. MatWactloa uuuraiiteed.
Cheaper Than Any Other I'lnce in the City.
Welch Itlork, flH C'oinmerolal HI.
ftl 0 ft f. . HMI.MlfMIIMII
roiurHly fur (lulifirriiiiis,
H ion., uniiiliirti ill
-leiric, or sur liilUmms-
' la l in .1.,,
......M. ., ()1 ,ii ii r, null ninm
.... r-. .. C. el- l.r,.n.. k'. ...
HI L...I-. LIC W ; '.fj, " ,ii UHiHinHli
gf n-itissin.O f" ' Uniiiliu,
Vi,'",. ti.i" . 'f t '" "i1 ,n tils'" ".
ei ft yj if e,pr.HM (.o-IMi'l, f.'f
'.. Vtf u ' 1 fi ill ... :i l.iil.. t
'' V, 'jm-T' tj f!iriiar spn' uu rwiiliwit.
A Handsome Complexion
Is one of the grustsat charms s woman ess
pOSMM. Poixosi's C'OHruuiios Powos