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V0L.XXX1I NO. 138. ASTORTA, OREGON, SUNDAY, JDNE J). 1 889. PRI(,E laVE CENTS COSINESS CARDS. A. A. CLEVELAND. ATTORN'ET AT LAW. OiU'e-Flavel's new brick building, corner Second and Ca streets ; u staTs. JUH.V H.S3I1TH. ATTOKNEY AT I.UV. oaiee ou Cass street. 2 door, back of Odd Fellow t Building, Astoria, Oregon. DEKJI KAXAOA. ATTORNEY AT I.WV. OlUce oter White House Cor., Astoria, Or. r"j.:o. xola.vd, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ' Cec tu Klnuoy'A Ulocb, upposlte City ll-ill, Astoria, Oregon. i ri'LTOt. u. a ftltox nrrroa bkothkus. I TOKNKYS AT I.A V. -ilia -Hid 6. Odd Fellows Uulldtn,;. i l. A. BOWLUV, uriii;3 and t.'oanellor at Law twice on Cuenamus Street, Astoria, Oregon T II. 3IAX8ELL, XOTAKY IHIBUC, Real Estate and Commission Agent. Agent for the American Building and l.oan Association, On door wot of Telegraph oilier. JAK. J. K. LA KOIM'h, DENTIST. ttooms 11 ana 12 Odd rVllovw Building. ASTORIA, .... OREGON'. lytM. A. L. AM J. A. KULTO.V Cass street, between 3rd and 4th. Siwcial attention to' Diseases of Women and Children, by Dr. A, I i'ullnii. Special attention to Surgery, by Dr.. I. A. rulton. Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M ami 1 10 4 1) K, JAY TITTTLK. r'lYSICIAN AMI) SUKGKOM lt.wun N. 6 Pythian litilldlns;. Clilee hours 10 lo u and I lo r.. Night calls at Room No 9. "It US IMt. OU'KS-AIAllt. Onlce and residence. D. K. Warren's for mer residence, Astoria, Oregon. Diseases of Women and Children, and of Urn Kje and Ejr, specialties. f lt.O. It. ESTKS. I'll YhiClAN AND MJIMJEON. Special attention to Diseases of Women and Surgery. oki-ice: Opposite lVlegraph office, up stalH, Astoria, .iregon. A. H3IITII. DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2 Pjtlilan Building over C. IL Cooper's Store. AXJOTION AND COMMISSION HOUSE. MARTIN OLSEN, Successor to E. C Jlolden. The oldest established Commission House In Oregon. Goods of all kinds sold on com mission. Auction Sales Every Saturday. General Repairing, Jobbing and Uphol stering done. Fine stock of Furniture on hand. When you want Bargains In Household Goods go to MAIITIN OLSK.K NETTING FOR SEINES AND POUNDS WH. J. HOOPER & CO., 110 E. Pratt, near Light, 3 BALTIMORE, MD.. 5 Manufacturers of pi r COTTON AND FLAX GILL NETS, n Corks, Seine leads, &c. p Seine Twine or all tcladi, JKa. aula", Cotton Hemp Bope. H. gdt)lr!WWTRT)JR!kijvRSSj uOOWWcxn0O0O0OfttX0Kr w Fhe Teacher Yho advised her pnpils to strengthen .heir minds by the U30 of Ayer's Sar mparilla, appreciated the truth that jodily health is essential to mental rigor. For persons of delicate and feeble institution, whether young or old, this nedicine is remarkably beneficial. Be mre you get Ayer's Sarsaparllla. " Every spring and fall I take a num. ber of bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, and am greatly benefited." Mrs. James H. Eastman, Stoneham, Mass. "I -have taken Ayer's Sarsaparllla vrith great benefit to my general health." Miss Thirza L. Crerar, Palmyra, Md. "My daughter, twelve years of age, has suffered for the past year from General Debility. A few weeks since, wo began to glv ber Ayer's Sarsaparllla. Her health has RreaUy improved." Mrs. Harriet H. Battles, South Chelmsford, Mass. "About a year ago I began using Ayer's Sarsaparilla as a remedy for debility and neuralgia resulting from malarial exposure in the army. I was in a very bad condition, but six bottles of the Sar Kaparilln, with occasional doses of Ayer's Tills, have greatly improved my health. 1 am now able to work, and feel that I cannot say too much for your excellent remedies.'' P. A. Pinkham, South Moluncus, Me. "My daughter, sixteen years old, Is using Ayer's Sarsaparilla with good ef fect." lie v. S. J. Graham, United brethren Church, Buckhannon, W. Va. "J. sufferedirom Nervous Prostration, rath lame back and headache, and have been much benefited by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I am now 80 years of age, and am satisfied that my present health and prolonged life are due to the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla." Lucy Moffltt, Killingly, Conn. ' Mrs. Ann H. Farnsworth, a lady 78 years old, So. "Woodstock, Yt., writes.: "After eeveral weeks' suffering', from' nervous prostration, I procured a bottle of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and .before I bad taken half of it my usual health, returned." , Ayer's Sarsaparilla! ( rBEFABED" BY Dr. J. C. Ayer &'Co., Lowell, Matt. Pile f l; tlx bottle, t$. "Worth i a bottU . w EALTJ-T I Without Health can. not be enjoj ed. THEREFORE USE i It is the best helper to Health and the quickest cure on Earth. Use it in time for all diseases of the Stomach, Lher, Kidnejs and Skin. It cures Rheumatism, Malaria, Coated Tongue and Headache, relieves Constipation, Bilious ness and Dyspepsia, dm es all impurities out of the Blood and dries up old Sores. The Business men buy it, the Workiiigracii use it, the Ladies tae it, the Children cry for it and the Fanner say it is their best health preserv er. Sold e eryw here, Ji.co a bottle; six for J5.00. Ho for lejoasie! Free Camping Grounds at Austin's. There is an abundance or clams, crabs, trout, oysters and all kinds of salt and fresh water fish. Good safe Sea bathing, fresh air and the best bunting crounds in America. Campers and visitors can find at mv store everything they require In the a of an outtlt and provisions. A first olass bar and billiaid table are connected with my establishment. Board from $7 to $ per w eek. For particulars call on or address JAS. P. AUSTIN. Store, Seaside. Oregon. Austin's is open the ear round. F.H.SURPRENANT&CO., SUCCESSORS TO J". O- ROSS County Coroner. First Class Undertaking ESTABLISHMENT. NewStjIes, Caskets and funeral material Next to astouian ottlce. FISH NETTING. SEINES, TRAPS, POUNDS, Netting of Every Description AND At LOWEST FACTORY PRICES. SALMON NET THREADS. W00DBERRY Seine Twines anil Lines: HENRY DOYLE & CO., ' 517 & 519 Market St., SIS FB4SCISC0, - -OillfORSU. IN PLAME AHD SMOKE. Latest from The Seattle . Tire. WHlins Aid Ponrins In From all Quarter. The City U Now Cnder Martial Iw. Seattle, W. T., June 7. At 3 o'clook this morning the great-fire in this city had practically bnrnetl itself ont, having reached as far as the gas works on Jackson street, and as far as the dry docks, the lumber yards continuing to burn brightly and the wharvos toward the northern part of tho'town still burning. The queen city of the Sound pre sents an appalling sight this evening. Tbo awful disaster swept down upon it bo suddenly that in less than twelve hours 120 acres of the business portion of the city were wiped out of existence, nothing remaining to-night but blaokenedValls where two days ago were busy soenes of busines ac tivity. Beginning at the foot ot University street the boundary of the burnt district runs east to Front street, thence south half way to Spring street, thence east again to Second street, along Second street to James, up James to Third, and thence along South Third street to the water's edge. .In this immense territory not a single'bnilding escaped the fury of mo sea oi tire, xn mis property was included the water front, or commer cial wharves of the city, the whole loss representing $10,000,000, upon which there is an insurance of bnt about Sl.000,000. But a single important business building, the Boston block, in which the postofllce is-Jocated, is left stand inc. and it was .greatly scorched by .the lire-. The-'..residence portion of the city: remains praotically un touched, and the heaviest portion of thB;3os3e3T will" fall upon those best able to support them and to 'replace the property which has been de stroyed. Will this be done? Will this terrible blow kill Seattle, or .re build it grander than ever? Its peo ple are brave. They have already sprung into the breach, and its citi zens, none of whom were panic-stricken, have proclaimed to-day, in a largo public meeting at Armory hall. at which mayor Moran presided, that the work of rebuilding shall begin at 11& Ui icuuuuiu Dunu urgm ubiuii, .uluiuuij uraoo-si; iiii rilt'Ul u Ex-governor "Watson C. Squ irepfeedy cure. . once. told the audience that be should re build the Hotel Brunswick, SL James hotel. Pacific Louse and his new block, on the corner ot Second and Main streets, right away and -con cluded by saying: "Put me down for 8500 nlso for the relief committee." Ex-chief justice Lewis said he would build higher and better. A represntntivtS ot each bank in the city was present at this meeting, and stated to the people that the .finan cial institutions of the city would do all in their power to seenre capital for them at the lowest rates ot in terest. One thousand five hundred dollars had been heretofore raised to send to the Jobn'stowirsufierers. Somebody suggested to give this to the Seattlere liet committee. Cries of "no no" were heard. "Send the money to Johnstown. "We can stand it." 'Then it was announced that Tnbo mahad raised $20,000 for Seattle, and that boats were coming loaded with provisions. Three cheers were given for Tacoma. The steamer Quickstep arrived here from Tacoma at 3 o'clock this morn ing, loaded to the guards with canned meat and other provisions, accom panied by the committee of citizens who had been instrumental in raising the large subscriptions. Again at 3 o'clock this afternoon the same steamer arrived from Tacoma, with 5,000 loaves of bread, 1,000 pounds of beef and ten tons ot other provisions the gift of Allen C. Mason. Af530 p. m. the steamer Clara Brown arrived from the same city witn blankets and ten tons of needed goods in charge of mayor Wheel wright, while in. the afternoon a spe cial train from Tacoma, in chaage ot the chamber of commerce, brought two car loads of twenty tons of pro visions. The fire steamer Fairhaven came in this afternoon with Nelson Bennett Tind party from Belhngham bay and irort Townsend, with twenty tons of goods and with a notification by Mr. Bennett that 2,500 had been raised at Port Townsend for the relief fund. The subscribers sent k letter by P. B. Johnson, of the "Walla "Walla Union, ending with: "Faith in the future and reliance on Divine Provi dence will bring you finally through this'trouble." Firemen from Portland. Tacoma and Olympia are here and playing water on the ruins. A military comnanv. the Tacoma Guard, assist the Seattle militia and policemen in maintaining order, in charge of Captain Fife. The early trip this morning of the Quickstep from Tacoma was the first relief .boat tareacb. the -doomed city with provisions. The people crowded on her and asked for food and water. AH day long'etoamboats-were-passing eacu. other on- the placid "waters or the Sopnd, coming cud going for help tor the stricken city. Enough has arrived to jnake- everybody oomfort able, - and the Tacoma committee propose to. open a boarding house tent here nnd keep it .going for at least-a-weekorfen days. ' Rtn-llTTlTP'nmSflwKnitdinrt to fnrno1 3nlo jflTmiiifary barracks and eating roomfWHere uunareas get meais pre pared by a ladies' committee. No body is allowed to go into the burnt district unless with a pass signed by Col. J. C. Haines, in com mand. The city 13 virtually under martial law. All the saloons not burned were closed to-day, and no body allowed to dispose ot any liquor. The paving of Front, Mill and Jackson streets h burned out com pletely. The disposition of the people of every side is to go ahead and rebuild the city. It is proposed to replat the southern part, fill it up to the prop er grade, wipe out Commercial street, extend Front and Second streets to the water front on the south and straighten the streets. The Oregon Improvement company and the Pnget Sound Railroad com pany telegraphed to" Port Blakely for a vast amount of lumber to re build the coal bunkers at once, and will erect new and commodious oeonn docks. Will Resist Seizure. Ottawa, June 7. A gentleman in Yiotoria who is interested in the seizure of Canadian vessels in Bea ring sea two years ago, writing to a friend in Ottawa, says: "The Cana dian sealers will go north as usual in a few days, and it asked to 'heave to' will resist seizure. If overpowered they will be retaken by the British cruisers." "We have found no remedy, for ma laria, so reliable and safe as Ayer's Ague Cure. Taken according to di rections it never lads. The graves of 3,800 Confederate dead were decorated at Winchester, Virginia, lastPriday. General Early, whom General Sheridan sent whirling down the valley 25 years ago. made a bombastio speech ridiculing Grant and Sheridan, and excusing his own defeat. A Faiallr Blmlng. Simmons Liver Reeulalor the f.uor itc home remedy is entirely ecelable, and is the purest anil best fainllv med icine that is compounded. No error to be feared in administering, no injury from exposure after taking, no loss o"f time. It is the best prevents c med icine, antl safe to take, no matter what the sickness may prove to be, and in Terribly hot weather tlireatons now to develop a plague at the sceup of the Johnstown flood. Disease and Death Force their way into many a household that might be protected from their inroads, by the simple precaution of keeping in the houe that benign family medicine and safeguard of health, Jlonettcr's Stomach Ilitten. Par ticularly where there are children, should it be kept on hand, aia prompt remedy for in fantile ccmplaint9,'in their outset easily con querable, but, which if allowed to engraft themselves on the delicate childish oreanism, arc. noteaily dislodged, and speedily work crievons mischief. Irreznlantv of the hnwitl:. indigestion and biliousness are ailmcnUof common occurrence in the household. Chil dren, living in malarious rcjrions, are more liable to be nttfielcad with rMlla nml favor than adults, and the ravages tI that fell dis ease in their system are speedier and more serious. In remote localities, far from pro fessional aid, it is especially desirable. Nineteen lives were lost in the wrecked trains in the Johnstown flood. AKE YOK SKEPTICAL? If so we will com ince you that Acker's English Remedy for the lungs is superi or to all other prepaiatinns, and is a positive cure for all Throat and Lung troubles, Croup, Whooping Cough and Colds. We guarantee the preparation and will give you a sample bottle free. The Bay Center oystermen will dis- ensq the oyster question to-morrow. A JJUTV 1 0 TOFR8EI.F. It is surprising that neonle w 111 nsn n common, ordinary pill when tliev can secure a valuable English one lor the same money. Dr. Acker's English nllls are npositite cure for sick-headache and all li ertroubles. They aresmall.sweer, easily taken and do not gripe. J. W. mini, urnggisi. Mrs. H. ljord returned to Astoria last evening. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder-never varies, A marvel of urity.strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kind, and can not be sold in prnnnptitinn with ti,j n,t,ii tude ot low test, short weight, alum or Mios phftte powders. Sold only fit ran. Kotai. bAsKSJ(V.FowDEB Co-loc WftU-st.. N. Y. D.W.Cbowlet&Co. Agents, rortdnd, Oregon. &AKIK0 fejBr ?j!S , Its peculiar efficacy is due ..., ,, as much to the process and nothing skill in compounding as to 1 ik r it tho Ingredients themselves. 111 Take It in time. It checks diseases in the outset, or If they be advanced will prove n potent cure. No Home stall lie Without It It takes the place of a doctor ana costly pre scriptions. AH who lead sedentary lives will And It the best preventive of FOR WHOSE BENEFIT ana care ior inuieeiuon. Constipation, Headache, BlUousneu, l'lles and Mental Depression. No loss of time, no Interference with business while taking. For children It Is most In nocent and harmless. No danger from exposure after taking; Cures C0U0, Di arrhoea, Bowel Complaints, Feverish ness and Feverish Colds. Invalids and delicate persons will rind It the mildest Aperient and Tonic they can use. A little taken at night Insures refreshing sleep and a natural evacuation of the bowels. A little taken In the morning sharpens the appetite, cleanses the stomach and sweetens the breath. A PHYSICIAN'S OPINION. "I hive been practicinj medicine for twenty )earandnae never been aLle to Eut up a vegetable compound that would, ke Simmons Liver Regulator, promptly and effectively move the Liter to action, and at the same time aid (instead of weak ening) thecdigestite and assimilative powers of the system " I. M Hivros, M.D., Washington, Ark. Marks ot Genuineness! Lookforthored Trarte-Mnrk on front of Wrapper, and the eui uuu miiuiiii u 01 j. xi. '.ruin o. iv m red, nu the bide. Takenooth.r Price Sl.OO. PARKER HOUSE. DAVE. KENNEDY, PropV. First Class in Every Respect Thoinnlily ltenoi ated and lEeimired llirouglimit ; ST Urge, sunny roonH. TWO DI.MXO ItOOMN. Tallies supplied uilli eerllilng the mar ket affords. Tine 1! tr and liiili.inl Uoom : choice lii.unH Wines, Lienors and Cispin, Tree Coni-Ii to the House. Iletwcen Third and Fourth, Astoria, Oregon. RAY & PRATT Proprietors, KATES, $1 per Iaj-. Special Terms by the Week. ev Furniture, New Beds, Clean and Neat lloonis. First Class Meals, Prompt and Polite Waiters; Eterj thing first-class. Try it and see. NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED. Serra's Restaurant litfltleil ami Refurnished Throughout. Rooms to let hy the Day. Week or Month. First class in every lespect. Tables lurnished with all the delicacies of the season. The finest brands of Imported and Pomes tie Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the bar. Zinfandel Wines, 50 cents per callon. ramllies supplied. l3?For a cood bed and a smi-ira muni i?n to the SEliKA KESTAUKANT. Near O. K. & N. Dock, Astoria. KoMer & Chase Music House, SOLE AfiENTS TOR The MATCHLESS DECKER BROTHERS, Ivers & Pond and J. C: & Fischer Pianos, ALS6 Mason & Hamlin and A. B. Chase Co.'s Organs. Wiite for CataloRue and Prices. WINTER & HARPER, 71 Morrison St., PORTLAND, OK. Sheet Music and Merchandise Deu't Separate. ft N. FISC1IKR, Proprietor. A NEW ENTERPRISE. City Express Transfer Company. H. D. Thing and C. E. Miller, PKOPJUETOR3. Headquarters at Main Street wharf. TELEPHONE NO. 43. A General Express and DellTerv Business transacted. Your patronage Is solicited. J. O. CLINTON DEALEK IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, rRuiTa.NUTs, Candles. Smokers' Articles, Etc. Jiew floods Received Dally, Opposlt City Book Store. $40, $40, $40, $40. The above amount bujs a lot in Pleas ant Little Homes. Ave miles iroin Portland Postolllce. torn nrief neriod. In stallments, $3 down and S2Jo a month. High, level, populated and near terminus of proposed new motor line. Sales negotiated bvmall. For elrcnlflrs unit full iinrllenl.iK address. EMPIRE I.AND CO., 74 Morrison St. Portland. Or Seine Men Attention. HORSES FOR SALE BY THE ASTORIA street Railway Co. Mam Stree House Goods Marked oxMOrxxxirer MEN AND BOYS1! SUITABLE FOR ALL OCCASION'S AND OCCUPATIONS. s Business I Dress ! Worls I -ALSO- Hats, Caps, taisiiui Goois, Tmnts ani Valises, BLANKETS, QUILTS, ETC. X. la. OSGOOD, Oppiwlte' lfe?citoCKnKlne House. Aflt02?j& OVOgOSli Street Cars runninj; fALL AND EXAMINE OUR FINE LINE OF LIGHT SINGLE AND DOUBLE U66Y HARNESS, Lap Robes, Sheets, Nets, etc. Astoria Harness OLNEV ST., ASTOIUA, ORF.flON'. The New Model Range CAN BE HAD IN ASTORIA, ONLY OF E. R. HA WES. Agent. Call and Examine It ;.You Will be Pleased. E.R.HaweIs also Agent J0 the Buck Patent Cooking Stove,' AND OTHER FIRST CLASS STOVES. Furnace Work, Steam Fittings, Etc., a Specialty. A Full Stock on Hand. walx -AND- CEILINB DECORATIONS! 5000 donbla roll of Wall Papar and Decorations of the latest styles and shades just received direct from Eastern factories. Also a large assortment of OARFETS, Of all grades in beautiful new designs New Smyrna Rugs, Portiere Curtains, China Matting, Etc., Etc Call and examine. CHAS. HEILBORN. cnr.is. KVKXaox. F. COOK THE Central Hotel EVENSON & COOK On the European Plan. LAROE CLEAN ROOMS. A FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT Board by the Day, Week or Month Private Rooms for Families. Etc. Transient Custom Boiicited. Oysters, Flili, Meati, Etc., Cooked to Order. TPATEH Nt., Opp. .Koar.t A Hlohes A FIRST CLASS SALOON Hun In connection with the Premises. The Best ot WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Good Billiard Tables and Private Card Rooms. THE VIENNA Bestanrant ani Chop House. C. W. Fisher & Co., Prop's. Game, Fish, Oysters, Etc., COOKED TO ORDER. Vine Private Itooms. Kvcrytlilnjr, first Class. Genevieve Street, rear of Orlfflu&Keed's. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. in Plain Figures. -FOB- by the door. wskwmm, Is the Leading and Only First-Glass RESTAURANT. Gnod Cooking. Clean Services. Keasonabl,) Prices. Polite Walters. Prompt Attention. Try Him and You will be Morettian Satisfied, Everybody Says So, Private Rooms. MAIN STREET. - - - ASTORIA. The Astor House, RE. ROSS, PROPRIETOR. Newly Itepalnted. Repaired. Refitted. Re furnished and Thoroughly Renovated. A Large, Clean,- -W eMept House. W A TTfO - From a Dollar a Day Upwards. First-class In all Its appointments, clean neat, sunnv ronrai well imu'. X '"" and well kept. YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL. -Free Coach to and from the House, and Sale Sti JEFFS 1 .Jj n &&ytr?imr.i,.