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TIIK DAILY AHTOKIAN. TUEKDAY MORNING. MAY 9. 1899.
r m .an ar run. iu a rw a .
All Kxnllint ('oiiil-limlloii.
Tin ili'NHtiiil iii. IIiimI mid litilirllclttl
1'itpim of tin- well known roiiuMiy,
''Tiu i or Khin, iiiiiiiiiriii'(iiril l.y tlm
I'Ai.iroiiNu Km .svuri- Cn,, llhihirolfl
'tin vuliiii df oMnliilnir llm litxn
tlvi irliu'liliit tif iiluuU kiiiivvn Ui lii
liirillcliiiilly I it it ti vr niiit iiri'M'iitlnif
litiii In th f i rm miHit rcfi'i'ililiiK Uillin
Tunlr mill oeeelilulill' to tin- ylelll. It
U tlm unn hrfiM't alrcniftlit iilnif lh
tlvg, rlnaiiaiiig ttn nvnlriii effectually,
ilUxlliiif (MiliU, liciiiliu lifH hihI fever
gently yvl irniiiilly ami rtialillng nun
to ovrreuiim habitual c.uiNtlpnUnti mt
DimiKiitl lu xrfrct frci'iluiii from
rry ofijoe Unnaliln imlit v ami nub
taiiun, kinl lu acting- on tlii nI.Iiuv.
Jlver mill Imwcle, witlii.iil weakening
itr lrrlUtln,f tlmiu, nml o It tlic Mini
In the priM'rM of manufacturing" flga
tr uaetl, m tlii-v ftr plfnuanl lo llio
laale.but tlm mcillclnnl iialltlo of tlm
remedy are obtained from acnnn ami
Othrr aromatic plunta. iy a ini'llnxl
known to tho Cai.hhiknia Flo NrniT
Co. only. In onliT to tret lU lciictliil
effect anil to avoid Imitations, olritMi
re member tlm full name of lltt Company
(rrluUtl on thn front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AN mNCIM)0, CAL.
LOtJtiTOXg IT. KW YORK. ST. T.
tut Mlt by ill luggll.-l'rlc lor. pl tultla
To runs a cou rw oh dat
Till LasaUva Rroeso Qulatn Twbln.
All drucguHa refund u moar If It
full to curt, o. The fooulrt aa L, B.
Q. ea avc tablet. For Ml by Cfeajtea
Th automobile I very practical, very
much df the modern, bul w cannot
help thlngtng II will loop awfully tunny
In funeral proreealoti.
rVMk the hands thoronehly, iw lelltoi. In
inr lather of Ct rii'l IU Hoar, the ileal
fTecitta akin urtf y Ina; a.ai., aa wetl aa purmi
and aaeete.1 f'.r tuilei, bath, and mirarrv.
Irv, anoint ffeelr with Cl tm lihilniei.l,
Iheyreal aklnrura and piireal of ettinflietita.
Wear old alnvea during ntghl. ?! aiirehan.lt,
Itihtnx, iMirttlng inline and .itiitil nnref
ada, till leNtlateiU la Wondelllil.
aH ihiwataeal Th 4 fnavaa ff l'..!..
Mao ta kaa kaaataa .llaaaa," Ilea.
WK STAND HACK OF CVKRT PAIR
Bom peopi are brdr upoa tbear eboea
Bom are apparently hardy npoa Ikam.
That when the ihoe haa eontethltaj to
do with it, it' y to be hard on poor
hoe hard to be bard oo a good en.
How much longer win one (hoe (good)
laat than another (bad).
Just twice In moat eaaea. That paraape
KXrEHIMKNT, TRY OURS
again! any other you ca get la town.
Compare In other rtspeot all reepeota
Petersen & Brown.
of the pudding ta In the eating
and the proof of liquor
IS IN SAMPLING
Tt)t' an argument that's con
elusive a demonstration.
Our will aland lb test,
HUGHES & CO.
Cnrpcnlor unci lUillclcr
H0USH RAISING AND
HOVG A SPECIALTY
& Yawn Mothers
K'nera io. k!rs It
Ic.,1,. .,.i,A fintu
H; v Vo ot r
President of the Island Informs
Otis That the Natives Are
Loyal to United States.
ENTIRELY IGNORE AGUINALDO
Megroi' Soldiers March Under the
American Tlif With as Much En
thuslasm as Native Americana.
NEW YORK, May t -A dipaUn la (h
Journal mill Advertiaor from Hongkong
: M, ltrtuii, bioihtf ot Hi loyw
.rciiJl of ilia iUnd uf Ntr'i, arrlvrd
livi luilny tarlii( a liimr uf Inlruduc.
llmi fiMiii Uitmral (HI, 111 nilnaton It
lu iurilm imiir f"r trad mun
Hi I. land under lli Amrtknn tlH. In
an Interview, W, l.;oii laid;
"I'll lrm Umilluii uf th Amrrlcnn
iiiiiinlxliMitirt I ntlrly allafai'(ory.
It (lv u u.iiioniy and greater lllxr.
alllv than r demanded. W bllev
that Ainxrlva will not fol m with trra-
Ilea M Hpaln liai fuoled ua.
'Afulnaido wa hint a long a b
iitidt-r th liiduiiiro "f Drwry and
Wlldmaii, but li llalnd lu llio atate.
inniti of Hi tluiigkonf Junta, who ar
Nrgrua wania nulhlni to do with
Ayuliialdu'a raiv oonfcreiioa. Wa ar
aa loyal ai Naw Yurk, and our tolitlar
i,uw mari-h undnr ill American flag."
I.KNt'O.N IIANKH HAS
NO HI'AIIK ItlXOt'HCKH,
I. into Nw (lulj I'oiiiiiiai In-AniTlian
Hlock llavv Ho Attraction for
NKW VUUK, ily I - The Tlnira' ln.
1'HI Klllillll lal (irfraollilcllt tl)lr.; (ur
inciiipy inarkrt liaa Inrn raay all of Ihia
I week. W ar U-twrrii iiim-hra n,l ifii
wick rate will lirJ!i and Urn lnk of
:i:nKlaiid will . t S ix-r i' "l "n a mil.
1 H n or two. Ikiir'iwra f"r ilin i "ik ri.
..nana Hi good cre.lii will i. :1 t
ay from I to 2't "-r ..n; Hi lh. .,"'ii i
market, and th- -. vilai.n. wlmni Hie) I
eujiply will i ft. mi f'.or lo (en r li
. r Cnl, aivor tlti to lr umaiaticea of j
lh uiaikel. I
i;..f m iay
l.ttTtka c.ilillliUe (i.nir
I'l'hry have no ..ite iraioiicr. and the
Hank of Kngtaii I lit" n'! b.-cottie
ironger. acc..; any ti.-w a Id rea.lt'
'ink It. Hut we do toil h'.d the.- litiu
wlutt a eculeii m. en I i d milium.
Alol g .rttalll line, the .1. ''It. lo KatlH.le
wa never .truiigir with 'i. man now.
Lot ne do not turn ..or wa Ikallna
In Ani.-rWaii raila .i" in-at pi t fun. er
H ii. tt m i ia i Hi , ca a copper and
'copper lllin. a allatra ul-o have a! .fein!
no atlracilon t r lh. email tecuUtot.
All aamhlitig I. Ill the hand. ..f the tilit
poipie, cliitily Kremh and American,
i Ttie litter have b-niahl moai uf the Ana
conda almrea that Hie llrlll.h pulillr hell !'
and the former ow n mi.al ..t the Itlo Tin. I
Apart fiotn thla. peculalun In auch I ,t oll, uf lhr ,nouth of the well. Kwr u r tnaKing mrenuou enon to ae
.iuie. la mode. i in .itttt. I.....I.. and we I pllu ltl ,g; tg.n t bus stia.iliy kep; ' ur' suftlcleni number of men from Out
are .kiptnal that pow.r like your if w Lp T,. ,vu,r). .round I Hooded and of ,0n 10 m4n the '''vatom. and claim
Attialkamatrd Copper Comny will hod ,l0 ,,,,. of ,omrollg ,u. .tream ha , "r- wl" "e ln fu" 'P"tln by Wcdnes.
1 up Hie market, whether (r metal ot
! li.irra Kvt ry week now aee two or
I three cupper mine offered to the trltllt
I pulillc Home of them will get to wotk
.. 1 1 the production III ltnla. Alrini.
J ipaii Chile and Autralla. .ta we; a ,
Hpaln. ti.-rn.ai. and other countrl. w ill
iocreae rapidly. I
l.al year a oiitul of cnplH-r exceeded
thai of vO by at le.tat I.V per cent The
pieaeni year output ! almoi aure
exceed .Vsi.issi lotta. At merely iM per
I ii. ihia mean X .Mti piiuttd. It I
.1. ml. itui if the coniuimptlnii will reacii
jiai.nii ,if new c.ipM-r. To maintain lh"
ptcariit prlct. lei alone any further rl.'
In price, both III inelal and vupper mine ,
-liute. captall and credit to the amount
f iiii.it.ii.il pound may tint have to
In- round In 1J month' lime, and we do
not think you can find It. .specially us
the Itolhchllda emphatically disclaim any
sliare In the comblnailon. We therefore
lunalder that your speculator are coin,
Inst In mi the lop of the market and ime
u.i ii. far aa lo any that the Amalgamated
C. pper Company wn merely formed for
unloading purposes. Time will show.
Ki tgllah muiiufaclurera are ctirtHllliig
their d.mnn. Is with the inmost rigor.
on.. Imite lr.m founder amtin saltl thm
lie had not bough i ton of virgin copper
lining the lasi three months and hi
siock rooin I full ol all aorta of broken
up old mclul. Copper broker therefore .
hold the view that your combination
must smash almot at onre.
"Our K. iii'tiil trade continue remark.
ably Hood hut In domestic line more than
in f.trrlun '"! we are still haunted by
fears of il.tirer money coining Inter In the
yenr. The present ease, I- at
ir.liuivd much ii...... ... I... I K.w
. I , .1..01..V e.o. resent llio' tile lirlCe
. . ...... I.. - ,,, ..,,,,
(II tne I oiiii'i'.". c.-
your Ciitinii bond which we still sell as
rust its you can lake them. Greni care,
therefore I required lo avert a bad '
iiucixc in the niilumn. and this tlitnKer,
likewise, your cnpiiT monopolist seem to :
leave mil of account.
Germany remain a hard up a ever
for cash. Ily new churter the caidtnl
of the Imperial hank was raised to nine'
mlllloii p. mid but till I no present
help, as llie market Is wtcslllng with
mote new ciipltnlftlntlnn than It ran
ciirrv. 8" contlnenlal banker still warn:
in., to look out for squalls from Berlin.
There I nil uniiHUitl amount of Gemini!
iiml French hills In the London markot
nt I he pi'i'sciit moment.
SI' It 'IDE FROM DESPONDENCY.
HKKMKR. Neb.. May 8 -Mary Vloch,
the lti.ycar.old daughter of a farmer ro.
siding Hour thl city, committed suicide
Willie tleiiioiident over th( death of her
soldier Kvveeilieiit't, George Hour, who fell
before Cnlociin while fighting with the
should learn early the necait
alty ot keopiug tin baud? a
R a priori
for nurliuf br.blcs.ns v. ell n for
ln.it stood th" Ichl for fori' years.
t- mi I I'll iliinK o:( " lUlilKs.
- Nr"n,io Hit C-.. Utvt Vona
Klrl Nnltraak. Hoar w a nelghbfir.
lug farm hoy and th two had attended
thn Mm C'liiniry arhool, Th aorrowlng
glri t.ioU hir fat her' a a hot gun and r.
tiring to her room went to work deilber
l!y lo ri'iare for tier death, Hint re
moved oim of her alliera and (ilai'lng
Din m iiKKlei of iha gun over tier heart
(mailed Hie trlHger of the weapon Willi
her toe, Jim Mi nm niiintaiiou, Thn
girl left a letter tn ner mrnta aaylng
ahn eould not hear her grl' f longer 'and
aylng ahn preferred death.
U'KI.I, KNOWN KAII.HoAI
MAN ,MMiri'H Hf'ICIIiK,
Cuted l.y I'oliiha and Itmt l.urk W. K
OoodlMK Tnkea Ilia Own I .He In hit
1iilKlnga at Walla W.illii.
WAI-IA WAIXA, May l-W, K. l'i"l
log, a well known rullroud mmi and for
aeveral year editor of the Mlnheupolla
Time. uoinnilKed auli Klo li'-r.. today l.y
ahootllig lilinanlf In th head. Th" l.o'ly
wa found lying In an oulhouae ha. k of
hi lodging llouat.
looilliig cam to Ihia rlty lnt Thura
day lo lake a poaltlon a traveling fr. lnht
iiaieiit with th W. Il '. It. It. Owing to
III health he waa utinhle lo go to work
and wa under the cum lh) al. imi.
II left a letter lo tho coroner anil on
to hi friend, lencrnl M.iner M.'ahe
of th W. A t. II. II.
Th letter to the coroner aimed thai an
Iniiuoal wa utinwaaary, and hla w.ta
allnply a caae of "loo mil' h politic and
had luck." The let(.T (o !!. waa a
lengthy on and aiming; otln-r ihlim. ad:
I don't know why 1 am going to do It.
I mull l craiy, but thla I thr only way
out of It." II nold a roll f urn.n.
ba k, whlih he r.'u-ted t ai-nt ti h "
O.iedlng wa a man of l. tnjc rati- h.itHa.
well rducatrd and of r.llnrd !!.. Il
Iravr a wlf and thrr rhildrrn In Mm-
DKWKY TO rfiMH lloMK.
WA8IIINOTOS. May J -It wa alal- l
at Hi navy drtartment today Unit Ad.
inlral lrway will come from Manll.i ill.
rcl to New rork. wm-n ne riiurna m
the Tnlted lat. However, It wa
In), the admiral will not Hart until
Hi.' r.iiiiinil"ti, of til. h he I a im-mb-r
haa coiniilrle.1 the work It haa uU'lrr.
taken, a ( ! at far aa It relate to the
rlir4ll"n of .e,iie (o thq lalnnd. T'l--rea.in
for luliiglng the fUhli ODmpia
(a New "ik liixeii'l of having h.T conio
to Man Kiail'la-o. where ahe Wan liullt,
la aald to he iilmnrll ti. i auie A Imlral
lewvy dialrea lo make the air n
hla .iwli t1Khll. hut ! for the r laon
, .m,,,,. !i,. r.l l!ir-meii M
Vl.t ,,..;.,! i, r. .,mir wuik a
.,, , Vir, ,, ,, r,,,-l of le. n
, ,. , , trlurn , !he full, d M:ate
, . I..VI.IUI.- Kll IN'lil Kit
I'AWMoN t'lTV. April k. via Hm fr.m.
cir.o. May - Mh liai'l K. h r. Ke. w ho
. la. in. d l i ..re. nt lapltailstK atiil'.ua
I., inv.'t In Hie Klondike pmperti-s. is
act u.ed of it. (taudiHi! e. v r.tl p- r.i.ns l)
lii.iiini.K mom y by lali"e iretcit,... H''
li.i. been am Bled all. I lurited over lo
:he Canadian autn.ui.l. a(ir an un
atl. veaaful aHeinpt had tio'n made to
te.t ue him at Kagle
HKAVY Vl'U'HK r' WATK51.
liri ANOKI.KM, Cal.. May t-A well)
which h.uI a larkn column ot water,
rriiiu iu in an f.et niah i.a bi-rn oix'n.d -
e...-e Whittler In thl. rountv. While the
mr Wrrr worg , rnormou volume
..f .-I.., .i.,.t,e .rememloo. tirr.aure.
)rt hero found.
HAN KIIANCI8CO, May h.-
gtu ha Juat preiit.d two large and
valuable piilntlriKa to the Golden (..ate
Park Memorial Museum, making twenty
0i jtajmlnga he haa pnaented during
1Mr mree year. Th plctur. a are
'llliiitlman'it llutt," by W. Mchulta.r. and
the "Falconer' llecltal," by Va iay
MWt'ADHON GOES TO NEWl'OKT.
WASIIINttTON. ..May K.-lleitr Admiral
Mu.mpon arrived at Waehlnnton t day
un, called at l he navy department in
confer with Secretary long regardliiK the
future movement of the North Ai. antic
squadron. It wa d'cld.d that the tips -
sluiulil aiarl from Tompklnsville on the
gsih of the present month for Newport, j
to be present there during the InatiKiir.
ution of the unvernor of Ilhi'de l.a id.
THE CHICAGO AT TANGIEUS.
TANGIEUS. May li.-The Culled S .ttes '
..r.u,,.,. chlco ha arrlvetl here to sup.
the claim of the Culled State.!
(,(iv,.rnllll.nt Kllni the Sultan of Mo.
Mt'ST REMAIN MaRKIED.
DONIPHAN. Ka., May 8. District
ju.ig,, Stuitrt ha refused to gram a til.
Vlllv,. ,0 K,(. 1 hllllps from P. O. Phil-j
llB becauso their marriage was brought '
,,, liy advertisement In a ma.rl.
, lap,.r. ,
- . '
) is robbed of its terrors by
e facJ (,e JjgjJ rrjjj.
t-' ical authorities state that it
. is a curable disease; and
V one of the happy things
l about it is, that its victims
rarely ever lose hope.
You Know there are all sorb of
secret nostrums advertised to curt
: consumption. Some make absurd
claims. We only say that if taken
in time and the laws of health are
r properly observed,
will heal the inflammation of the
x throat and lungs and nourish and
( strengthen the body so that it can
t throw off the disease.
We have thousands of testi
monials where people claim they
'? have been permanently cured of
V V. and Sr.no, ill drungist.
) SCOTT It BOWNK, ChfniUti, Nw York.
WORK OF AR
Deputy Marshals Scouring the
District at Warlner Pick
ing Up Suspects.
TRAIN CONDUCTOR AHRESTED
George Olm&teidVt ho Was In Com
mand of Train Stolen fcy Ploter&ln
Jail t mploylnf Non-Union Men-
WAM.ACK, l l itio, May -ll-avy ralna
l".luy Motrin lire unpieaaant ror Itif pri.
j '"era In the to k.tde at Wardner. Jep-
,u'y uumnaia aru ami ourina me oi.
HM pi-king up an wcaalonal up.-cl.
The tnoal Important arre.t today waa
Jeuiire OluiKt-ad, condui-tor of the train
which the rioter atole. He ran fram
Hurke to Wallac t-r year, yet h pr.
1 he did not r'"gnl. any of the
The aoldli r haw all tien tak n from
Canyon creek, the luxt coming down to.
The order of Attorney (jeneral Hayee
lo employ only non-union mi will be
iheyed generally, and all the mine will
keep closed awaiting the arrival of the
new men, Hunker Hill la wlrklng about
tfi men under gf.und, that mine being the
only oik. having a supply of non-union
TIIK NKWAHK AT HIO.
NKW YOKK. May -A ic.-ll to the
Ilrruld from Waahlnicton eay: Mccre
tary lng waa advised several daya ago
of th.- arrival at Ulo of the Newark
where it wan announced ehe had put in
fur coal The Newark was directed,
when !ie matted a 'Ulh, lo slop at Mouth
Anierhan p"rt In order that the depart.
m-iii mum reacn ner wn:t ..i.i-r io ,.ro-
ce. . to Madoa. ahould the altuatlon 'J'-
mand (he pr-seiu-e of another American
man of war The agreement of
Admit , I Kama and Ma:afa. which ha
put an .-ml to the mrhtln; and and end.
Inn In Inuulry by Hie cmmli-Hl'iri. ha
made the pre nce of another man of
war unn. c, ..iry. and iinlesn new and
t-rave development ari.e. the .Newark
l.l continue on ner wa to tne i aci..c
KATAI. .Mil. I. K.IM,'iSlN.
. may be rqu!red. at localities readliy aci
tiSllktiSII Wl.. May s -The enelnr ctMib!e t0 vessel, and to be iub
r ...in i f the aaw mill of the Taine Lum-ji,. ., I(J inpection s I0 quality and
l..-r Company wrecker by a boiler mcight. Didder will name the prlc
eplolon diirlnir the night. The watch. ;iKlth or g;eamlng and tov coal, and
man. Kuliene Huhol. hi wife and child. ia)s, ,he;r facilltie for furnishing the
were the only person In the mid. 1 lie j vessel with freah water, and their
woman wa killed outright. The child .charge therefor. The right Is reserved
.IImI an hour later and I Hi hols may re. !t0 reject any or all bid. Blank form
cover. Cold water turned Into hoi 0f Drouotala for hip chandlery and ra.
holier caused the exploelon.
gt'IBT AT HCFKAI.O.
IH'KFAliO, May S -There wa no
"""' ,,,r """"" '"" ""
trom thl morning. Work at the e:e.
:lor was proceeding qulelly. Contract.
ANDERSON A8SCME3 COMMAND.
CHH'ACiO. May S. General T. M. An.
derson. who led (he ftrnt military expt'JI.
lion lo the Philippine, formully aumid
I commantl lOtuiy OI tne liei.aruneiu vi me
lake. rrllevUig e neral Sheridan, who
will serve on General Anderson' taff a
WINDOW GLASS COMBINE.
I MCNCIK. lnd., May 8 -The Matement
' I now poaltively made that a mammoth
! window glass combine will be completed
during the next few days. 1 ne new trust I
will be rapltnUxed at ()0.ti0O.iAiJ and will
control absolutely more than W per cent
(1f ihf country's glass production,
A GOOD REASON,
Ol. Y.MIMA. Wash., May S. In answer
M a letter. Adjutant General Corbln has
Informed Governor. Rogers thai ihe
Washington regiment cannot be landed
at Puget Sound, for the reason that there
are no dry docks or other facilities for
repairing ships, machinery, or hull.
PHKSIDENT TAKES A VACA , ION.
j WASHINGTON. May 8. President and
(Mrs. McKlnley left this city tVnlKht for
A vacation of a week or 10 day at Hot
I Sprit!, Vu.
RAILWAY FOR PERI.
May S- dl-patch to the
4 " frmi Uma Peru savs- Th
rlmiont, ,hrUK; lhtf ;iparlment of
days for n rallwoy from Oroyo to Ccrro.
I consider It not only a pleasure but a
duty I owe to my neighbor to tell about
the wonderful cure effected In my case
by the timely use of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I waa
(taken very badly with llnx and procured
la bottle of this remedy. A few doses ot
1 it effected a permanent cure. I tukj
pleasure In recommending It to others
'suffering from that dreadful disease.
j J. W. LYNCH. Dorr, V. Va. This remedy
: Is sold by Charles Rogers.
I PROPOSALS FOR "ULL.
Olllce of C. Q. M.. Vancouver Barracks,
Wash.. May t 1S8. Sealed proposals, In
triplicate, will be received here until
11 o'clock a. m.. June 2, 1899. and then
opened, for furnishing fuel nt the sev
eral mllliary posts In this department
for fiscal year comment Ing July 1st, ISS'J
Information furnished here or by qnar.
termasters at posts. U. S. reserves right
to reject or accept any or all proposals
or any part thereof. Envelopes contain,
log proposals should bo marked: "Pro
posal? f r Fuel at ." nnd addressed to
undersigned. J. W. JACOBS. C. Q. M.
T E ACHERS EXAMINATION.
Notice Is hereby given that the regular
Teachers' Examination will be held at
the county court house, commencing at
1 o'clock p. m., Wednesday, May 10. 1S99.
Examinations for state papers will be
held at the same time as the county ex.
Dated this first day of May, lS9t
J. T. LEJu.
County School Superintendent, Clatsop
OBNKUAIj DAVIS AHR1VKH.
SAN JUAN M5 I'OHTO KICO, Slay
Hrlgndler Oneral Davl, who ha bern
appointed to ii'eed Major (enrai luy
V. Henry mllllary governor pf I'orio
ttlco, arrived tier lo'lay.
CH1NKHI5 OOVKftN'MKNT I'KOTKHT.
WAMHIN'JTO.V, May ,-The Chine
legation her hue mad a atrong proteai
lo the atatu department again! (h ei-
tennlon f tha ')iliiei eclj.in net lo
rKMN CITV, May K.-Ixputy Kiah
fommiaal-iiiera Italdwln and Morgn hl
warrant Uaued thl afternoon for fl-trt.
errricn catching almon In the !( kania.
Mix f thoec arretted pleaded not guilty
The hearing wa aei fr Kriday.
NOTICBI MOTICE! NOTICE!
8ca:d bid will U rclved by tha un.
Jer gn'.d, at No. lit and No. i Fourth
.ircel, t'urtland, Oregon, up to and until
May Z3rn, !!, at I o clo. g p. m.. tot th
purchaa of the entlr itock of dru
ai.d medicine, g'jodr and merehandl,
all h!vlng and trait Oxturea, except.
Ing only two nlckal pla.ed "how c in
th rear nd thereof, cntalned In that
certain drug (tore formerly owned and
occupied by the Ete-0,nn Drug Com.
peny, at Not. tlO.Ili Commercial atrcet,
Atona, Oregon. Terrna of aale, caah on
delivery. All b:d mut be accompanied
by certified check or depoilt of WO.bi
or bid will not be conlder4. If bid I
'not aeccp'cd. d'.poalt win bo Immediately
rirturneo. in rignt io reject any and
all bid rexrved.
Itlda will also be nk'wli received by
m at the name time and place, for the
purchase of that certain two.irory frame
building dtuated upon the west M feet
of the north half of lot I. block D. In
that part of the city of Astoria ai laid
out and recorded by John Adair, In Clat.
op county, Oregon, together with th
content cf uch building, excepting fix
turn. Term. cah on dellv-rv. The
j w-j.etory frame building will be olJ
ubjec; to a mortgage theren.
Ijated April Ti. HM.
lJ tlt-lr.NT I'KOfOSALa
Custom House. Aatorla. Or.. Cullie'.or's I
otflce. April V,. lW.-SupplIt for rev-nue
Ucas. l-C.-ak-d pr -jKais f ir supplying
,t)i! chand:4.ry rati,,,, am c.j4l t0 v.
U,;, 0f the fnitvd Slafis Iv-nue Cutter
, ufTVli:e )n thl colle -.Ic dl.tr.ct during
l4 ,5,, y,4r tnH p; Jun(. j, wl
received at tt.la offl' e ur.'.ll J o'clock
j p. ,. 0f Tbursday. May I. l?t. at which I
I ,lme th(.y. wl; be pabi:c:y opened. Tnt i
!colj furn!shed to be anthracite or bl-
tumlnou of beat quality; uniform In,
character; to weigh 2.20 pounds to the
ton; to be delivered on board the yess'lJ
at such time and In such qualities a
'tions, with schedules attached, may b
had upon application to th! office. Sep.
arate bid will be received at the tame
time and place for lubricating and Il
luminating oil. JOHN FOX. Collector.
CALL FOR WARRANTS.
Notice Is hereby given lo all parties
holding Clatsop county warrants endorsed
prior to May a. letf. to present toe ame
to th county treasurer ai his office. 161
Tenth street, for payment Interest ceases
after this date.
Dated Astoria, Ore., ibis 20th day of
April, R THOMPSON.
There are always opportunities for a
man of enterprise and Industry, be he
rich or poor.
The ancients believed mat rheumatism
was the work of a demon within a man.
Any one who has had an attack of sciatic
or Inflammatory rheumatism will agree
that the Infliction Is demoniac tnough to
warrant th belief. Ii ha never been
claimed that Chamberlain s Pain Balm
would cast out demons, but It will cure
rheumatism, and hundreds bear testi.
mony to the truth of this statement. One
application relieves the pain, and this
quick relief which It affords Is alone
wor.h many times Its cost. For sale by
GOVERNMENT PROPOSAL WANTED
Office of C. Q. M.. Vancouver Barracks.
Wash.. Mav . IsM. Sealed proposals, ln
wlll , ,,.fl...d y., until 11
o'clock a. m.. May 15. nd then
opened, fr transiirtatlon of troops and
supplies, from Seattle. Wa?h., to Wrangel
and Dyea, Alaska, and from Wrangel
und Dyea to Seattle, Wash. Information
furnished here or by Quartermaster. Se.
attle. Wash. V. S. reserves the right to
reject or accept any or all proposal or
any part thereof. Envelopes contulnlnj
proposals whould be marked: "Proposals
for transportation of troops and supplies"
and addressed to undersigned. J. W.
JACOBS. C. Q. M.
The button bursts from your glove al
weys when you are lathe greatest hurry.
AN EPIDEMIC OF WHOOPING COCGII
Last winter during an epidemic of
whooping cough my children contracted
the disease, havluat severe coughing
spells. We hud used Chamberlain's
CotiKh Remedy very successfully for
croup and naturally turned to It at that
time and found It relieved the cough and
effected a complete cure. John E. Clif
ford. Proprietor Norwood House, Nor
wood, N. Y. This remedy Is for sale by
The) howling of the w ind cm make you j
think more of the wrongs you have com
mitted than all the sermons that were 'her children how to handle books,
NOTICE, ABTOmTTTu ASSOCIaJ SUMMER TERM OF NORMAL SCHOOL
I A summer term of ton weeks wlll be
ASTORIA. April 9. lS99.-To the stock- j held at the S:ate Normal School at Mon.
holders Astoria Putldlng and Loan As-, mouth, beginning Tuesdty, June 2tlth.
soclatlon: Notice Is hereby given that j Tne resu;ar WOrk of the school, including
the regular annual meeting ot the stock-: the preparation for all state and county
holders of the Astoria Building and Loan' examinations, will be given by the nor
Assoclntlon will be neid May 8. 1899. being' mal (acuity, Grades made will be credited
the first Tuesday after the first AVednea. towar(1 graduation. Tuklon C23. Board
day In May-ln accordance with Article, aniJ lorlfrjng from j2.ro to S3 per week.
IV. Sections 1. I. and 3 of the by-laws-; ToIa, expense from 5 t0 ,40. For an.
for the election of otrectors and the nouncementSi address Secretary of the
transaotion of such other business aa Fat.u!tVi Normal School, Monmouth,
may come before said meeting. At 8 p., :
n. on the day of said meeting the share-j
. J .lit nwl,1aii iKa Ta rlflfB Irm nt
SSS in aVtlng thVpUo; of
tnVEqultabl. Saving, and Loan Assool.-j
Uon of Portland for a transfer of the
business and assets 'of this Association.
to the Equitable. WM. H. BARKER.
Attest: W. L. ROBB, Presldent.j
A mountain of dliha conlront th a. trait houa.
wlf attar all th family bar dined. Thv ai traa.f
duke, loo, itd bard to get clean with map and water,
Tli beat, aatlMt, quickest and cheapetl way lo waah
duhe I to ie a llttl
San Francisco. Cal.
Write Vm for Prie
W. F. SCHEIBE,
A full Ua f Pipe.
aag 5ao.r' Articka.
474 Commercial St.
Astoria's Leading Hotel
Megler & Wrlgtit, Props.
Insurance and Shipping.
"Russell" Automatic Engine
J I '
Write for Catalogues of
A. II. AVERILL,
R. L. Boyle & Co
Leading Real Estate Dealer of
Write for Information and Pamphlets. 535 Commercial Street
FIRE m Ml INSURANCE COMPANY
ST. PAUL, MINN.. JAN. int. 1890.
Capital . ...
Reserve for Unearned Premium
Reserve for all Other Liabilities
Net Surplus over all Liabilities
CHARLES CHRISTENSEN. Manager.
B. GOODWIN. Assistant Manager.
317 California St.. S. P., Cal.
It Is the careful mother who teaches
Why Is It that the soap for which we
Pay a dollar a cake never leaves any
oder on the hands, while the five.cent
va-lety proclaims itself for miles.
If a woman could manage to have her
husband serve on a Jury every time ehe
goes away from home she would feel
much safer about htm.
iy g 1 " "' "'
In th dl-ih-water. It let Ilk
aiaglr. cuta the area and nataa
Hie dnhea pai(lljr clean, la la
all cleaning It mult tir by tbla
greal cleauaer, and at ball lb coal
For fratet economy buy our largo packaga.
N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
SL Loub New York
Tin a Specialty.
tha Always Rallabla
"La Belle Astoria" Clfar
Scheme's Opera Star
And Ottiot Brand
Custom House Broker.
Agent W. f. AfX. and Pacifle Express Co'.
Engine Boilers, Saw Mills.
RUSSELL & CO
H F.Prael Transfer Co.
DRAY I Mi AND EXPRESSING
All Good Shipped to Our Care
'Will Receive Special At'enuoo.
No. 538 Duane 6t,
W. J. COOK, Mgr.
Re. Tel. Ul
It Is consoling to think tlm it Is a
long lane that has no turnins, but not
so pleasant to contemplate the faot that
many a short one ends In a stone fence.
Mr. Carnegie refuses to Inform the
publlo how he made his first tl.OuO but
frankly admits that he has been adding
to It right along
A crowd desiring to hear Colonel Bryan
speak nowadays first fortifies iuelf by
Indulging In sqr.r meal.