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'W ,PJJiJi'jl ' V . V .(. 17 ASTOK1A. OK !: SATURDAY FEB11PAKY . IHH. PUJf.E HVE CUNTS f - - IK ttn nt h b tn n rem m u gasur -' jj 'Q-auyja-.i.'-S't? ;wa-ia.-jg.-wti-, m ii i -tj.! CAKt." i A. CLEVELUU, AT.IORNET AT LAW. OH e-FUvel'- ce JJrlt. bulldisr.oiner Second and CasiStreeK ; u .statu. H -VIIV U. NSIlTZlT " ATTORNEY at law. OJlMO)Ca3isrreet,2.door3-hack of Odd Fe'luvt J Mulidiug, Astoria, Oregon. OEEU IiASAGA, ATTORNEY AT LaW. 0i2c otct White House Cor.. Astoria, Or. G KO. XOL.A.XV, ATTORNEY AT. LAW. rti In Kinney's K"CK. opposite City 'i ,U. Astoria, Oregon. FLXTOI BROTnrns, VTTOUN'EYS AT LAW. r.ooms5and 6, Odd Fellows Building. f fA.BOVl4BY, tl Vttorncy and Counsellor at Law ice on Ciionsrnus Street, Astoria, Oregon U. J. ii. IiA t'OKCH.. DENTIST. cooias 11 ana 12 Odd Fello?rs Building, ASTORIA. . . - OREGON. D its. "A. U. A.SUJ. A. FCI.TO&. Caw street, between 3rd and Ath. Special attention to Diseases of Women and Cuildieii, by ut A, L. Fulton. Special attention to Surgery, by Dr. J. A. Fulton. O uce hours from 10 toJ2 .A.31,, audi to4 p.m. - - I AY TUrriiK, 31. o. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON O'Mi'K UuuniMS ryimau BuiiuIdk ResiDEjfCK : SK corner Wall and West Stu streets, ,.ppoiile 1. W. Case's, DENTIST. Rootais In Allen's Building, op stairs, cor oe CasS and Squera.iqua street:, Astoria (Jreinm. M It. I) It. UtVKM-ADAIl(, luce and residence, D. II. Warien's for mer residence. AStun J, Oregon. D eufs ut Wuineu an 1 Children, and ol the Kyo and jr, specialties. D a.o7ii.csf87 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.. Social attention to Diseases cf WoEen and Surgery. . r : Opposite Telegraph OSlce, tip Stain. Aitona, m H. AJrtUTflf,' rS DENTIST. Rooms 1 cads' rjthlan Building xtw C. fl. Cooper's iitore.,-"-;- t T ii. as .ifaiii,- NOTARYUBLICi, fleal Estate and Commission Agent- Agcct for'the Aracrlean Baildlsg and Loan AiSOdatlOir. One door. west f Telegraph office. PATR0H1ZE. HOME-INDUSTRY. Therelsnorceijioff'oftlicr"rrost fastldl ousof our cltltfbs'io'faa xo Portland oi San Franclsoo Isr. " t - Custom Made Clothes " As they cau-Ret ratter Kits. Better Work roanshipjjd.for less Mouey. By LeartRg tfcjclr Orders with MBANY. NewiCoods-by Every Steamer. rati and SejHjp and hatlsfj tonrir- P. J. Meany, Merchant Tailer: ATJOTION - AND COMMISSION 'HOUSE. MARTIN-OLSEN, Successor to E. C .Iloldsn. Tim tIMQt rtetnM1ttTicu4 fyjrnrreair Tlnnc. la Oregon. Goods ol all kinds sold on com mission. Auction Sales Every Saturday. OeuerSlTJepalrlngr Jobbing aryl Uphol stering done. Fine stock of Furnlture.cn hand.- When you want Bargains la Household Goods 010 MItTl?r OLHF-X CANDY Mshufactured and For SslS at . Vkoleeale Prices, at The Oregon Bakery A. A.CLEYELAD, Prop'r. Gooi Bread, Cake ami Pastry None but the Be3t Materials Used. ' Satisfaction Guaranteed Customers Bread delivered In any nan of th clty- '.- w Pp Reiu- FTONHBOJt''0.IiQUTTiE"ATHF. Ba2ar, one ooor south or lUEAsToitl an Office. Rich and Poor, Exince-aad.'Eaassat, the Millionaire and Day Laborwb7'thop2tniux ase ol this reraeiJyitttc5tjho.worUl-.'ffj(ie.rep-trtttlorroljAyjajKlUs.. Xa'dif fhy jlfiians .fecomijml" ztju&e. '."pitfa for Stasnacli'-aiid tXyJJEtJ),j&Stlye nedsi'BilLQuiais3, SJStclprHeaSjphe ; also, for Rhedmatls'm, Jaundice, jmd Neuralgia. They are sugaroatedjwn taln no calomel;' axe1 prompt, but mild, in operation ; and, therefore, tho vjfj !pst medicine for Family Use.'icj well us for Travelers and Tourists. "I have derived .great relief from Ayer's Pills. Five yeara ajjo I was taken so 111 with Rheumatism. that I was unable to do any work. I rook three boxes of Ayer'a Pills and was entirely cured. Since that Urns I no never without a bos of 'these pills." Peter Christensen, Sherwood, Wis. "Ayer'a Pills have beon in uso ia my family upwards of twenty years and have completely verified all that U claimed for them. In attacks of plies, from which I suffered many years, they afford greater relief than any other medicine I-ever tried." T. F. Adorns, Holly Springs, Tesas. " I have used Ayer's Pills for a num ber of years, and have never found any thing equal to them for giving me an appetite and imparting energy and strength to the system. I always keep them in the house." R. D. Jackson, Wilmington, Del. " Two boxes of Ayer's Ellis cured me ofBivere Headache from which 1 was long a sufferer. Emma Keyes, Hubbardston, Mass. "Whenever I am troubled with con itipatlon, dr suffer from loss of oppetlta, AyeT's Pills act me right again." A. J; Riser, Jr., Rock House, Va. "Ayer's Pills aro in generaldemand among our customersi Oitr.'salesOf them exceed those of all other pills com. bined. We have never known them fail to -give entire satisfaction." Wright & Hannelly, San Die&o, Texas. Ayer's Pills, PEETARED St Or. J. C. Ayer &,Cp., Lowell, Matt. Sold by all Xeatcrs In Uetelce. Astoria Gallery. it B-TUE-UEdT PHOTOS,. TINTYPES Or any Kind of Photographic "Work, Call at i he ASTORIA GALLERY, Good Woik and Reasonable Prices "Guaranteed. M ssos C. 6VZ. CARRUTHERS, t . cer i-on to 1L . MiuSitXj BANKER. ESTABLISHED - - 1870. Transacts a General Banking Business- Drafts drawn available In any partofth D. S. and .Europe, andua hong Kong,,CMa Orncz Hoifej -ioX a4 to 3 p. at. Udo FEtxdwsBuiiiso, Astorle,-Oregon J. Al)ercroml)ie. Nextdocr to Carnahaa & Co-.'s J BVTTERr CHEE EGG?, PjULTBY, FISH AND GAME, Fruit, Nuts, and Candies. General Comtnl'Slon Merchant. CHENAWOS STREET, - - A9TORIA. J. C. CLINTON DEALEB IX CIGARS; AND TOBACCO, TRUrrS.NUTS, Candles. Smokers' Articles, Etc . Kerr Goods Received Dally, OppoRlfC:ity ItunU Htnrr. FOR SALE. MU MACHIKERV ! A1 LL IN FIRT-GLASS ORDER. In use cua season. 1 Ilorliontal Steam Fnglnr. (CilO cydnder.) 1 Cameron Pnmp.'Ko. t, LnrseSulUerliig Jlnrhlnc, m II 120 Lnrae Coalers, perfect order. 1 West Crimper. B pr, Nature Miears, lTIn Former, 1 "Bliss" J'reoa. Apply to ELMORE. SANBORN" & 00. THE Pacific Coast Express Company Is cpen for business between Aptorja, llwaou and Oystervlllo Valuables. Money, PaoKages, and F eight carrlod.at very Reasonable Rates with theutmoBE security to thd sender. , Connection at Astnrf made with Pactfi Kxpiess-jind WlK -Fargat Co. Jixpreai wnmsii'es rpr i poion. Offlca ou Hnst.tr's dock, . C. P. 0P3HUE, Agent SEEKING OEFIOE. How the President-Elect is-Besieged at BtJ-Bssi&aw. The Boys all Want to be Kindly Re- Smembered for Services Rendered An Cspleasant-Fwt for Mr. Harrison. A'pentletnan whopassed through 'his city orrbifr 'way horno fteT . journey to the political Mecca y, lay cr" two ago, gave a rather rivid. inscription ol what ne wunessun in President-elect Harrison re ceotion room, "there were about. three dozen visitors, all male, in the room when General Hanison first came in," said .the pilgrim. "He walked to the center of the room, turned around three times, .scanning in his evolutions all the wallers who sat about the four walls, nil the time preserving an. austere look, .rifofc word escaped him until heljad satisfied bimu'elf that be had no close personal friends present. Thon he said: 'Excuse uic, gentlemen,' and walked out. I concluded to see tho show out, so I waited for developments. In xbout fifteen minutes the next President came back in the room. Approaching the gentleman near est to him, he said brusquely: 'Well, what.doyou want'r" " 'I was formely circuit judge of district,' answered the gentle man addressed, as hodreVf.a. long, closely-written document from his nocket, which he began to read to General Harrison, " '1 don't want to hear that,' " interrupted the eminent auditor; 'you will baye-to j resent that to the attorney-G.eneral.' The Gen eral passed on to the next man, leaving No. 1 looking as if he had been rolled out .flat by a saw log. " 'What is your business?' " the next man was asked. I did not Catch what he said, -but we all icard General Harrison's replv : 'I have nothing to do with thnt. You will have lo present the case 0 thfrgenend land office.? 'In asim!l&r-way others "were lisposed of, curtly and without jeremouy. As General Harrison ipproached'the sixth man with the aconical 'Well?' indicating, that he wanted to know his business, he visitor replied: 'I don't want mything; don't expect anything, ind as 1 am a Maryland Democrat, 1 couldn't if I did, I simply drop ied in to pay my respects and to -ee the next President.' For the first time the icy look on General Harrison's face relaxed. A warm smile took its place. The General grasped the caller's hand, shook it leanily twice and said: 'I'm glad to see you. Come and see me in Washington.' A little man on the opposite side of the room, who had been intently watching the pro ceedings, blurted, 'Me, tool' and he effect on the assemblage may he imagined." Louisville Couri er Journal. Frank Shatinon, of Philadelphia, has been rewarded for saving the life of a hyena. One of tho hyenas at thn Quaker city zoological" garden recently swallowed a bone. Shan non entered the cage, thrust his arm down the hyena's throat and extracted the bone. The woman's branch of the society for the pre vention of cruelty to animals has given Shannon a gold medal. The hyena has displayed no signs of gratitude. CAUELE34 J10TI1F.BS. Many mothers have jn-rmltted their clildren to die bef-iro their eyes when they mleht hive been saved. Any mother who keeps house wiihout a bot tle of Acker's English Bahy -oother at hand, runs a risk which- she may somc tlmr regret. It has-"saved the lives of thousands of ch Idren, and is doing so every year. JW..Corin. Druggist. The new post of socretary of agriculture is the first addition to the cabinet in forty years. It was in io4u tnattneaot was passed creating .the department of tho interior..- The firstjocretary of that department was Thomas Ewing -of Ohio. now DOCTOKS CO.NQtElt DEATH. Doctor Walter K. Hammond says '."Af ter a long experience I have come to the conclu-ton that two-thirds of all deaths from coughs. ,pneutuonla and consum.itl'O. might be-.avode-i if AcK ers Enn ish Co-igh Remedy wore only SaFeJ"ll'Ssedln-t'rn'"-" ThJs wonder ful Reraedv Is sold under a -positive guardtitee by J. W. Conu. Druggist. Trje largestjndiyidtfaftas-payer-jn Boston ts JWrjck -J,:Ame3, who R4M Q$7 on SJ.013,100 of ieal,-eis;y j Abraham Lincoln's First Speech. Judire Bell, of Mount Carmel. .111iho.is, furnishes the following :j l j i , T? coln, delivered in Pappsville, near Springfield, 111., nearly fifty years ago, Mr. Lincoln was not then a lawyer, and had no intention of becoming one. Ho had then made- up his mind to learn the bkckirnjtli trade. His genius was recognized and ho was suddenly tftyninated. for the legislature. His 2 . - i. : ... ; ukh qpseou ia must, interesting leading at this time. It was as follew: "brqtitiemen and fellow citi2ens I presume you all know wholm, lam Abraham Lin coln. I have been selected by many friends to become a candidate for the legislature. My politics are short and sweet. I am in favor of a national (bank; I am in favor of the internal .improvement system and a high protective, tariff; These are mv suntiments and political nrincioies. 'If elected 1 shall be thankful; if not, it will be all the same. Forty ministers waited on Gen eral Hairison tieoihor day and congratulated him on his election. Mr. Blaine's reflection will prob ably be, "Now, if Mr. Burchard had only waited until after the election." Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria (Than Baby was sick, we gars her Castoria. heh sh ras a Child, sh cried for Castoria, $hen sho became Hiss, she clun&- to Castoria, Shea so had Children, sh gave them CastorK Between "five hundred and, six hundred.onen liauoHLshiuas "do a good husines3Ui Pr6vidence-under prohibition in Rhode Island. BETTER TlIt.N ULOllllV BATTLES. General Wheatrrofi Xelson.say.i:'My experience In the English arrav as well .is in America, convinces me that noOi inj so ti oruuitiily purifless the hlood or ds to Ii altli. vigor and lift- as Ack 'r'a EnalMi DIood Elixir." This great Remedy s sold under a positive guar antee by J. IV. Conn, DrunKbt. The pope neverdrink9 any wine but claret and has a plate of light -oup served to him lour times a day. I4PISII, ULsl'AlK, DLITII. These are the a tual teps which fol low indigestion. Acker's English Djs pepsla Tablets will both check and cure ihf tno-.t fearful ot disea-es. Guaran teed by J. W. Conn, DrugjUt. Nt Hie Giant Sartons says that there isn't a word of truth in the rumor that she is unhappy in her married life. Mepplesucs. DR. FLIX'I'S KFMI-DY is the best rem dy known for insomnia, or sleep lessiirss. which afflicts so runny persons, and which leads to so many seiious nor ous diseases, paiticularlj to Insan ity. Descriptive treatise with each bottle; or, address Mack Drug Co, X. Y. It is stated that Mrs. Cleveland has not drank a crliiss of wine since she became mistress of the White House. Jiuelileu'N Arnica aalic. The Best Salve in the world foi Cuts, Bruises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Feer Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Pile3, oruo pay required. It is guaranteed to gie Derfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 2.1 cents per box. For sale by J. c. Dement. American fiction now has a prominent representative in the man who "simply stopped ovor a train for a friendly call on General Harrison. FtO!fG HUE IX TUF. 1EIVS. We hold positive proof tlrat Acker's English Blood Elixir cures all blood nolsmif where ehen saisaoarillas and so-i ailed purlCcrs fail. Knowing this, we will sell it to all Who call at our store on a positive guarantee - , J. w. Conn. Druggist, Van Dusen & Co. DEALERS IN Hardware and Ship Chandlery, Pure Oil, Bright Varnish, Binacle Oil, Cotton Canvas, Hemp Sail Twine, Cotton Sail Twine. Lard Oil, Wrought Iron Spikes, Galvanized Cut Nails. Agricultural ImplemenlK, Sewing .,- .2iac!jlriett"aint8i Uils, - 3Fiooi"ie, Etc. AKIN POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never vanes, A marvel of purity, strength and w holesomeness. More eOTti.imlc.U than the ordinary kinds, and can not be sold In competition with the multi tude of low test, sh rt weight, alum or bos Blmte ponders. Suld only in ean$. Koval akio PownKitCo. 106 Vall-st.. N. Y. D. W.CnotTLEr&Co. . gents, Portland, Orepon. enra. nvexsox. r. cooet THE Central Hotel EVENSON & COOK On the, European PJnn. LARGE CLEAN BOOMS, A FIliST-CLASS RESTAURANT Board by the Day, Week or Month Private Rooms for Families Etc. Transient Custom Bolicited. Oysters, Fih, Meats.. Etc., Cooked to Order, IVATKltHt., Opp. Foard A. Stokes A FIRST CLASS SALOON Bun la connection with tbo Premises. The Be3t of WINES, LIQUORS 'AND CIGARS. Good Billiard Tables and Prlrate Card Booms. THE VIENNA Restaurant anfl Cbop Honse. C. W. Flshor & Co., Prop's. Game, Fish, Oysters, Etc., COOKED TO ORDER- Flint I'rivate Itnoms. JRverythlns Urit Clnss. Ocnevleie Street, rear cf Grifllu & Reed's. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. PAEKER HOUSE RESTAURANT. H.GOODWIN, Proprietor. Breakfast, 6 to 9, Dinner, 12 to 3, Supper, 5 to 8. Seaside Bakery. Best Milk Bread and CAKES OF ALL KINDS, Manufacturers of Fino Candles. AND Ornamental Confectionery And Ice Creams. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Candles. joHssoM. nnoM. Carnahan & Go. SUCCESSORS TO I. W. CASE, tMTORTERS AND WHOLE3ALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Corner Ohe&amns and Cass streets. ASTORIA- ' - - OK60tf 7V Kxl CASH. 1889. I. L. OSGOOD'S Wen's and Bays' Clothing, Furnishing Goods, HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS Traveling Bags.Umbrellas. Blankets, Quilts, etc. Direct from the Manufacturers and Importers. S0"A Child boys as eheapiy'as'the'inbsi erperienoed buyer. LL. GiSGOOD, Opposite H5e.ueKnneB&use. 2LSt02?i&, OrGgOSl. Sfrbet Gaw Tunning by the door. TATA jut ATprnm -AND- CEILING DECORATIO G000d6nbl8Tollo'f 'Yall Paper and Doedrations of tho latest sty lea and shadai just received 'direct from-Eastero faotoriei Also alargonssorlmerit Vt 6A1PETS, Of oil grades in beautiful now designs New Smyrna Rug, Portiere Curtains, China Matting, Etc., Etc. Call and examine. CHAS. HEILBORN. The New Model Range CAN BE HAD IN ASTORIA. ONLY OF E. R. HAWES, Ago.il. CrU and ExrtalaTt ; You WEI be neasl. E.R.Hawes Is also Agent for tii Buck" Patent Cooking Stove, AND OTHER FIR3TCLA9S STOVES. Furnace Work, Steam Fitlingsj Etcu a Specialty. A Full Stock on Hand, EBi FAEEEE, FIRE BRICK. SEAUffi in f Hay, Oats, anfl Straw, UM, Brick, Cement, Sand and Plaster Wood Delivered to Order. DrajlBg-tTearalarudEzpreitEaslaeii, TER apply to1 the Captain, or to If lIMIIBMBBBa Bargains! Canned Goods at hSadqtjartehs Astoria Grocery and Canned Goods Co., At Old I. X. L Corner. Opposite Parker House. Ms m. 'TiEEATGHllR. HOTELS AND ItESTAlFRANTl JEFF'S Is the Leadingsand Only First-Glass RESTAURANT. Good Cooking, Cifanservtojjv Reasorjablo Price. -Pout Waiter"Prompt Atieotioo. - Try Hlra' ind Voi-wiu oc More than HaU3od.-- Everybody Says So, Private Roorrfsr." MAIN STREET, - - - ASIOBtis- ONE PRICE. FIRE CLAY STEAMEIt 11,11!! PARKER Eben P, Parker, Master. For TOWING, FREIGHT or CHAR H. B. PARKF.lt. Bargains! IN- and Groceries. The Astor House, E.E.ROSS, - PROPRIETOR. Newly Repainted. Repaired, Rcl'ted, Re furnished and Thoroughly Renorated. A Large, Clean,- -WeMujt Honse. RATES: From a Dollar a Day Upwards. First-class In all its appointments, clean, neat, sunny rooms well furnished and well kept. SOU ARE INVITED TO CALL. "Froo Coach to and" from the House. PARKER HOUSE. H. B. PARKER, rrojt'r. First Class In Every Respect. Thoroughly renovated nd repaired through out ; 87 Urge sunn; room. TWO OININQ ROOMS. Tables supplied with everything the market . , -.. affords.,. JElegaatiBar .an Billiard- Soomai Finest Wlats Liquors andClgars. ERSE COACH TO THE HOUSE.