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W tittttririfeh m gaity ltoriim ASTOBIA. OKEGON: THURSDAY. MAY 21. 1KB The fact that the new chief justice once edited a newspaper serves to re call the observation of a certain French philospher that "Journalism is a profession which leads to any thingif you leave it soon enough." En Paso, Tex., is to Lave a new postoffice and custom house, to be erected on the site of an old adobe building that has long been occupied by a host of Chinese. Preparations for tearing down this building have revealed the fact teat the whole of the region has been undermined by secret tunnels and excavated rooms, in which not only opium-smoking and gambling has been carried on, but other dark deeds perpetrated, without the white population of the cities and even the owners of the real estate hav ing suspicion of what was going on. The Verdict Unanimous . W.D. Suit, DniRCist Bippus. IniL, testifies: "I can recommend Electric Bitters as the very best remedy. Every bottle sold has Riven relief in every case. One man took six bottles, and was cured of Rheumatism of 10 j ears' standing." ihrohnin llriri rirncrrist. Bellville. Ohio, affirms: "The best selling medi cine 1 nave ever nanuiea in my i years experience, is Electric Bitters." Thou sands of others have added their testi mony, so that the verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitters do euro diseases of the Liver, Kidneys or Blood. Only a half dollar a bottle at W. E. Dement & Co.'s Drug Store. The finest and juiciest steak at the Telephone Restaurant. The Ohio Sap takes the lead. Guar anteed strictly pure. Thompson & Ross. The Steamer Montesauo. Will make regular round trips between "WestDort and Astoria every day (Sun day excepted,) leaving 'Westport at C a. m; returning leave Wilson & Fisher's wharf at 2 r. m, touching at all way landings. (S en'.on'.s Wednesdays and Saturdays.) u. n. w et.cu. Ludlow's Ladies' S3.00 Fine Shoes; albo Flexible Hand turned French Kids, at 1 . J. UOOD&IAX'S. Will you suffer with Dyspeps Liver Complaint'.' bhllohrs Vila usia and xalizer is guaranteed to cure you. Sold bj J. 0, Dement. Coffee and cake, ten cents, at the central iteitaurant. Twines, Twines, Twines. J.O. Ilanthorn is agent for Dunbar, juaciiasters s jo. s salmon twines on the Pacific Coast, and guarantees to satisiy me iraue in prices ana quality equal to any on the market. For lame Back, Side or Chest use Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Price U5 eents. h or sale by J. U. Dement. Umbrellas Repaired At my old stand. J. Jopi.ix. We trv to keen on hand all the vege tables and fruits In the markets. Uhe us a call. Thompson & Ross. A fino cup or coffee, at the Telephone Restaurant. Private Bourns. At the Telephone Restaurant for sup pers, parties, etc. The best cooked to order. Telephone Lodging Jlonsc. Best Beds in town. Rooms per night 50 and 23 cts., per week S1.G0. New and clean. Private entrance. To Bent. A good house; 5 rooms; fine localitv. Inquire of 1. W. Case. Gambrlnus Beer And Free Lunch at the Telephone Sa loon, S cents. That Hacking Cougn can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by J. C. Dement. For TIic f.nlics. Hair goods, latest and most artistic styles, bangs, fronts, etc., from SI 50 to S7C0,at Airs. W.J. Barry V Io You Eat or Buy Candy ? Pure Candy manufactured and for sale at lowest prices at the Oregon Ba kei v. IVhen Yon Go to Portland Frank Fabre, Occidental hotel restau rant, will be glad to see his Astotia friends, A good dinner at a moderate price and everything in season. If you still want the Highland brand of condensed milk, call on us and w e will be pleased to accomodate vou. Thompson & liess. Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. Sold by .1 . C. Dement. Shiloh's Cough ana Consumption Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It cures, consumption. Sold by. I. C. De ment. We still have a quantity of the cele brated Underwood pure leaf lard on hand. Give it a trial before it's all gone. Thompson & Ross. You will find the Goodwin brand of butter, always a favorite in the Astoria market at Thompson & Ross. All the patent medicines advertised In this paper, together with the choicest perfumery, and toilet articles, etc-can be bought at the lowest prices, at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hotel, Astoria. ADVICE TO MOTHERS. AfRS. WlNSLOW'S SOOTHINO SVBUP should always be used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind cholic, and is the best remedy for diar-rhffia.Twenty-five cents a bottle. Chilflren CryforPitclier's Gastoria PEOM THE EASTEBN STATES- The Day's Eecord as Telegraphed Last Night. New Yobk, May 23. Kev. J. W. Joyce, of Ohio, was elected third bishop at the Methodist Episcopal conference this morniDg. While the ballot for fourth bishon was heinrr counted, the committee on revisal re ported changes in the discipline. The present tendency to introduce operatic and "hifalutin" music in church service is deprecated and an item relating to church music amended so as to make the music committee amenable to the general conference. THE PBESIDENT AND WIFE. Washington, May 23. The presi dent and Mrs. Cleveland left Wash ington this morning for Philadelphia to attend the Presbyterian anniver sary they will hold a reception at Overbrook this afternoon. The pres ident will return to-morrow but Mrs. Cleveland will remain with friends in Philadelphia for about one week. CAHPENTEBSHAI.Ii BURNED. Philadelphia. May 23. At five this morning old congress hall, of centennial fame, was destroyed. The building was of brick and four stories high. Several buildings adjoining were damaged. TO BE SOLD. Ottawa, Ont May 23. It is under stood here that marshal Atkins of Sitka has sent the steam schooners, JJoipnin, wraceand Annie J!enk and the schooner Ada, all of which were seized last year in Behring sea, to Pnget sound to be sold. a plot frustrated. Peshi, May 23. The minister by a communication has learned of a plot to overturn the train on which king Milan returned to Belgrade. The pilot was thwarted by the prefect of Belgrade who arrested a man named Vitalis, son of a millionaire railwny contractor. BU MARKMANSnir. Fort NioERABANeb.. May 23. Pri yate Hoolahan, company A. Eighth lniantrywas fatally shot yesterday while on target duty. A MURDERER PARDONED. Topeka, May 23. Pardon has been issued by governor Martin to Charles B. Rotrock who killed his wife a number of years ago while under the influence of honor. A necu liar feature of the pardon is that the governor issued it upon condition that Eotrock will forever abstain from the use of intoxicating lianor. Such n condition has never before been imposed by a governor of this state but the attorney general advised the governor that the condition would be sustained by the court, man water in Arkansas. Van Buren Ark, May 23. Heavy rains have washed out 10,000 feet of Dnogmg near Mortmain Bay. At Chester sixteen stalls of the round house were swept awav. At Windsor the guests had to wade through water from Wyon's hotel and Lake Refuge in a box car. as the foundations of the hotel were sinking. All the bridges are unsafe and no trams have arrived from for the past four days. The crops and fences are washed away whereever the raiD clouds burst. pacific coast petitions. Washington, May 23. The follow ing resolutions were introduced in the senate to-day: Resolution of the tiie board of trade of Portland. Ore gon, asking for a large appropriation for the support of the revenue marine; aiso a resolution of the board of trade of Portland praying that the river and harbor improvements be contin ued in charge of army engineers. A petition of the Woman's Chris tian Temperance Union of southern California, asking the repeal of all internal revenue tax on alcoholic liquors; a petition of the faculty of the university of California in favor of an international copyright law. DOUBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT. Kansas City, Mo., May 23. Early this morning a freicht train on the itock island railroad went through tne bridge near KandolDb. point. crashing into a bridge twenty-five leet deep, in a snort time after the freight train on the Hannibal and St. Joe road went through the bridge adjoining tne JKocfc island track and which had been weakened by the first wreck. The two engineers, a ureman and two tramps were killed. to be continued. New York, May 23. The anarch ists will resume the publication of tneir propogando The Alarm. It will bo transferred from Chicago to this city and presented in .English. Here Most and Henry London, an English anarchist, will have a hand in it. NEW TO-DAY. Public Speaking. To-Morrow Evening, At Republican Headquarters, at the Armory Hon. C. W. Fulton Candidate for President il Fiortnr Win address the Citizens of Astoria on the '7. ",. ;""" ul lUB ay. jsverybody 1? In J,11 t.fbe.ptes?Pt,eats reserved for La dles. Music by the Western Amateur Band. Horsemen Take Notice ! SHERWOOD STEEL HARNESS. No Single or Doubletrees Used. iS?ltnSiuI1?foruse.lnPlowlnK'-I-oKlni:. Price, S20. For sale by Wilson & Fisher. MRS. F. A. WHEELER An Experienced Music Teacher of VOCAL AND PIANO MUSIC. WHl TttntiWl Tirtvnta ntmlla .. .t . feature of tbe course of Instruction. Yl be monthly recitals by the pupils In the pres ence of tbelr friends, ltef erence J. FTBu dolphson. K. Q. H1U. J. K. Paine. Boston, Mass. Rooms at Hev. Mr. Hail's, Lafayette WWW GREATREMEOY FOU. FJLI1S. CURES Itheamitlim, Nenndela. Sciatica, T,umbaeo, Backache, Toothache, Sore Throat, 8weUlns, 8praln, Bruises, Burns, Scaldt, Froit-hlte. The Cfaarle A. Voglr Co.. Balto., Md. Proposals for Coal. Custom House. As toria. onEaoN, Collector's Owice Mav 23 18S3. Sealed Proposals mill be received at this office until 12 o'clock, noon, of Tuesday June 12. 1888. for f urnlsblnc coal to revenue vessels at this port during the fiscal year enumK junooii, iws). ine coai luniisuwi 10 oe anmracue or-mtuminous as may oe re oulred. of best oualitv uniform In charac ter ; to welsh 2210 pounds to the ton ; to be delivered on beard tbe vessels at such times and In such quantities as may be required, at localities readily accessible to said vessels and to be subject to Inspection as to qunlltv and weight. Bidders will name tbe prices for both steaming and stove coal and also their facilities for furnishing the essels with fresh water and their charges therefor. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids and no contract will be put in force un til congress snail have made an appropri ation for the purpose. .TOnN HOBSOX Col lector. Custom Housf, Astoria, Oregon May 23. 1S38. Sealed Proposals will be received until 12 o'clock, noon, June Stli, 1KB. for furnUhlng luei. ugni, water, ana miscellaneous sup plies required for this building during the fiscal year ending June SO. 1SS9. Particulars on application. Acceptance of proposals de pendent Hpon Congress making tnn neces sary appropriation. JOHN HOESON, Cus todian. FOR CONSTABLE, Regular Democratic Nominee, H. A. Smidt. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Prohibition Niu. Inee. Dr. Aug. C. Kinney. FOR COUNTY CLERK Regular Democratic Nominee. C. J. Trenchard. FOR COUNTY CORONER. Kegular Republican Nominee. Frank H. Surprenant SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. Kegular Republican Nominee. C. W. Shively. Political Speaking The follow ing named gentlemen ill ilLscuss me political is-ues oi tno uayaiuu following places, and all are United to attend . Westport. Saturday , May 2C. C. B. WATSON. REEM KANAOA. Olne v. Tuesday, May 2D. J. A. FULTON, REEM KANAU A Knappa, Thnrsdav, May 31st. C. W. FOLf ON, REEM KANACA. The speaking at all of these places w HI be at 1 :S0, r. m. Precinct committees will please take no tice. V. U ROBB. Cliairman County Central Committee. Political Speaking THE Democratic Legislative Nominees Ceo. Noland and John H. Smith, Will discuss the political issues, holding ineeuugs at uo luuumug vouug places : Mishawaka, Thursday, May 21th, at 2 r. u Olnev. Fridav. Mav 95th. nt 3 l. ht. Lew is & Clarke. Saturday, May 2Gtli, 2 f. si. umion. mesaay, May -jam, at 2 r. n. Knappa, Wednesday, May 30th. 7 30 p. m Bear Creek. Thursday. May 3lst 7 :3o r. ji. Upper Astoria, Saturday, June 2d. Committeemen in each precinct will please make due arrangements for the speaking. The Republican legislative nominees are respectfully luvited to meet these candidates in joint discussion. ALFRED KINNEY. Cliairman Democratic County Committee. Found. TJELOW BU05TNO.C. AT FOUR O'CLOPIC JO this a. u.,ono fishing boat with part of net in ner. marKeaixcj-", ana letters Jv. v. Co., on dock forward. Enquire at Devlin & Co.'s cannery, uwnor trill please pay charges and take hor away. B. UUS0VICII. May 22nd, 18S8. Our Candidate For Congress. John ML Cearin, The flreat Democratic Orator, and Cov. Sylvester Pennoyer Will address the Citizens ot Clatsop county at itoss- upera Mouse Saturday Evening, May 26th, At 8 o'clock. Everjbody invited. Reserved seats for laaies. Western Amateur Band, ALFRED KINNEY. Chairman Democratic Committee, Watchmaker $ Jeweler. E va'A x4k VN : i Important to In Full Operation at Fire Pots Soldering No Goal! No Smoke! NoDiri! No Waste Coppers Zjast Four HALF CHEAPER THAN CHARCOAL ! ! 2To S.isls "by Fire ! Elmore, Sanborn & Co.'s Pacific Coast Agents. Full particulars nt Depends a Good Depends a Good A Man's Phil. A. Stokes & Go's. ( Next door to Foirii & Stokeij Good Substantial Clothing at Very Low Prices. Rubber Boots, Overalls. Shirts. Blouses, Oiled Clothing. And warranted as represented. Yon are invited to cill. P. A. STOKES & Co. Seines rTllinnc: , . FISH NETTING OfIvERY DESCRIPTION, MADE TO ORDER OF REST QITAUTY. Woodberry Seine Twin AT LOWEST TRICES OF XETTIXf COMBINATION. Barbour's Salmon Net Threads. HENRY DOYLE 8 CO., 517 ani 519 MarM SI., Sole Afjents for the Pacific Coast. General Election Monday June 4th. Regular RepuWican Ticket. Regular Democratic Ticket. STATE TICKET. STATEJTICKET. Congressman, Congressman, RINGER HERMANN. JOHN M. GEAUIN. Supreme Judge, Supreme Judge. W. P. LORD. I JOHN BURNETT. l'rosecntinjj Attorney Fifth District. T. A. McBRIDK. Representatives, JOHN HAHN. H. B. FABKElt. COUNTY TICKET. Sheriff, II. E. NELSON. Clerk, F.I.DUNBAK. Treasurer, J. C. DEMENT. Assessor, JOS. SINNOTT. Commissioners, J.a.NUKNBERG. i "W. 3MITH. School Superintendent, CW.SHTVEIiY. Surveyor, J. W. GEABHART. Coroner, F. H. SURPRENANT. Justice or the Peace Astoria Precinct, C.A.MAY. Constable, W. B. BOSS. bBHosrs S. Elmore's Cannery. Machines all Running. of Solder ! Times as Long! Deal on His Clothes, Deal on His Work. at ) nuw? District Attorney, Work rans es COUNTY TICKET. Stato Senator, J. F. PAGE. Representatives, GEORGE NOLAND. JOHN H. SMITH. Sheriff, WM. G. ROSS, k Clerk, C. J. TRENCHARD. Treasurer, ISAAC BERGMAN. Commissioners, JOHN WARNSTAFF. JAMES BROWN. Aascssor, THOS. LOGAN. School Superintendent, C. It THOMSON. Surveyor, N. D. RAYMOND. Coroner, W. A. ZUMWALT. Justice of the Peace Astoria Precinct, A. A. CLEVELAND! Constable, H. A. SMIDT. A. "V- ALLRir. WHOLESALE AND KETAII. DEALER IN Groceries, Provisions and Mill Feed, Crockery, Glass Plated Ware. o The Largest and finest assortment of Fresh. Fruits and "5Tegeta"ble3. Received fresh every Steamer. JBJJ MMM,iTiirr,,'J,""TMrwnrir i wr i n n i h m n m THE LEADING STATIONERS ANO GRZFFZST J. C. CLINTON UK.VI.En IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, FRUITS, NTJTS, Candies. Smokers' Articles. Etc. New Goods Received Dailj . OppOHito City Book Htorr. Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Ladies' and Children's Muslin Goods. Ladies' and Children's Shoes, all kinds. Men's and Boys' Boots and Shoes, all kinds. Rubber Goods. Oil Clothing. Hats, Trunks, Valises. Satchels. EMPIRE STORE OKU) K. TAURFn. rvnr, a. iiason arker & Hanson SUCCESSORS TO c. l. parker, DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE New Goods Arriving Every Steamer ITOS WEEK. PIPES anfl LAWS The Old Stand - Astoria, Oreson. k ArfTB FIRE BRICK DEALER IN Hay, Oats, and Straw, Lime, Uriel, Cement, Sand ani Plaster Wood Dellrered to Order. Drsjlnfr, Teaming and Kxprtsa Baslneti, TEll apply to the Captain, or to The New Model Range CAN BE HAD IN ASTORIA, ONLY OF E. R. HAWES, Agent. Call and Examine It ; You VThl be Pleased. E. R. Ilawes Ii also Agent for the Buck Patent Cooking Stove, AND OTHER FIltST CLASS STOVES. Furnace Work, Steam Fittings, Etc., a Specialty. A Full Stock on Hand. I CUT THIS OUT. It Is Worth One Dollar. ANY PERSON Presenting this Advertisement at our ston before the flr3t of June. 1SS8, and Imying Ten (10) Dollars worth of Groceries. Provisions, Crockery, Gloss, Wooden ware. Lamps, Canned Roods, etc., for Cash, will be allowed One Dollar for It towards payment . Goods guaranteed. Low Prices. DelUered free an) where In the city. . D. L. Beck & Sons. TheNewYorkNovelty Store Have a Finely Assorted Stock of Jewelry, Watches, Clocks,Optical Goods Fine Stationery, Cutlery and Fancy Goods. Of All Descriptions, Bought in the Best Markets and CANNOT BE UNDER SOLD by any one this side of San Francisco. Opposite Parker House, Main St., Astoria. BOOK SELLERS. & REED. VirginiaCigar anfl Tobacco Store J. W. BOTTOIH, Proprietor, Water Street, Two Doors Eastot Olney. Fino CUan, Tobsccoi and Smokers ArtlclM. Sold at Lowest Market Rates. FHTJITS.CANDIES NOTIONS.&o rikeltRich! MOY YOUR tGroceriesProvisions -OF- Foard & Stokes Tlieir largely increasing trade enable t hem to sell at tbe very lowest margin of pro lit while Kiylng you goods that are of first class quality. Goods Delivered All Over the City. The Highest Price Paid for Junk. FIRE CLAY STEAMER CLARA PARKER Eben P, Parker,Master. For TOWING, FREIGHT orC'HAK B. B. P4BHKB. B. F. Allen, Handsome Wall Paper, AUTISTIC DECORATION. Painting, Papering. Graining, Etc., Done in Satisfactory Style and at Satisfactory Prices. Corner Jefferson and Cass Sts., Astoria, Or. ' auccb.