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!- -. " -"!" 'Z JtaBBMH'"- ' ' J-J" '1--ra tmmn VOL.XXX1I NO. I3!. ASTOKTAf OREGON, TUESDAY, JDNE II. 1889. PRICE btVE CENTS BUSINESS CARDS. 1 A: RI.KVEtiA.ND, ATTORNEY" AT LAW. oit-e-Flavel's new brick bulldlnjj.corner Second and Cass streets ; up stairs. tons a. smith. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OQlce on Cass street. 2 doors back of Oid Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon. )EK) KA.XAUA, ATXORXEYAT LAW. orace oer White House Cor., Astoria. Or. 1KB. NO I. AMU, VTTORNKY AT LAW. "-.re iu Kinney'b Block, opposite City 11 ill, Astoria, Oregon. ' fULTOX. . 0. & FULTON FitirosiimoTnEiss, ATTOUNKi'S ATXAW. .mi 5 and 6. Odd Fellows Building. g J ((. A. UOIVLBY, uiiirm'j and Counsellor at Law liu,e on Cuenaraus Street, Astoria. Oregon T II. JIAXSKM, NOTARY rUBLIC, Real Estate and Commission Agent. Agent for the American Building and Loan Association. One door n est ot Telegraph omce. yn. J. K. tA FOKCK, DENTIST. Kooms 11 and 12 Odd Fellows Building, ASTORIA, .... OREGON. D RS. A. li. AND J. A. FIJITON Cass street, between 3rd and 4th. Special attention to Diseases or Womeu and Children, by Dr. A, L. Fulton. Special attention to Surgery, by Dr. J. A. Fulton, Office hours from 10 to 12 a. m and l to 4 r.M. D K. JAY TTJTTI.K, "inSlCIAN AND SUKGEON Rooms No. 8 Pj thlan Building. OlUee hours 10 to 12 and Hoc Niqlil calli at Room Ho 9. M ItS. lIt. OWKS-AIAUt. Office and residence. D. K. WanenS for mer residence, Astoria, Oregon. Diseases of Women and Children, ami of the Eje and Ejr, specialties. jyi.o n. kstkm. nn.MHAN AND SIJUUKO.N. Special attention to Diseases of Women aiid Surgery. ikkiek: Opposite Telegraph Oniie. up stairs. Astoria, jregon. U.A- HMITIt. DENTIST. KiAun 1 and 2 l'jthUu KmldluK over t. 11. (toiler's Stoie. AXTOTIOKT AND COMMISSION HOUSE. MARTIN.OLSEN, Successor to K C .TTolden. The oldest established Commission House In Oregon. Coods or all kinds tnld on ruin mission. Auction Sales Kvery Saturday. General Repairing, Jobbing ami 1'niiol sterlng done. Tine stock or rurnitnre on hand. When you want Itarg.Uns in Hoiim-IioM Goods go to MAUT1. OMM PURE 0?PRICEs CREAM gAKlNg Powder Used by the United Slates Government. Endorsed bytheJfeaasortlieCrcat Univer sities and Public Food Analysts, as the StronRest. Purest and most Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia, lime or Alum. Dr. .Price's Delicious JlavortaExtracts. Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Rose, etc.. do not contain Poison ous Oils or Chemicals. ' PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., New Torfc, Chicago. San Francisco. Beauty Is desireil and admired by, all. Amonj the things wbich7raay best be done tc enhance personal beauty is" the dally "iHeor'Ayer's Hail Vigor, No mattet what the color oi .the" hair, jb'is prepa ration feives it a lus tre 'arid pliancy that adds greatly to its charm. Should the hair be thin, harsh, dry', or turning gi ay, Ayer's Hair Vigor -will restore the color, bring out a new growth, and reader the old soft and shiny. For keeping the scalp ilean, cool, and healthy, there is uo better preparation In-tlier marker. f' I ani free to confess that a trial of Ayer's Hair Vigor has convinced me that it is a genuine article. Its use has not only caused the hair ot my wife and daughter to ba Abundant and Glossy, but it has given my rather stunted mus tache a respectable length and appear ance." R. Britton, Oakland, Ohio. "My hair was coming out without any assistance from my wife, either). I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor, using only one bottle", and I now have as line a bead of hair as any one could wish for." R-T Sclimlttou, Dickson, Tenn. " I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor in my family for a number of years, and re gard it as the best hair preparation I know-of. It keeps the scalp clean, tho hair soft and lively, Hhd preserves the original color My ife lias used it for a long time withtnost satisfactory re sults.0 Benjamin M. Johnson, M. D., Thomas Hill, Mo. " My hair was becoming har3h and dry, but after using half a bottle of Ayer s Hair Vigor it grew black, and glossy. I cannot express the jov and gratitude I feel "- Mabel C. Hardy, Delavan, 111. Ayer's Hair Vigor ' FEEPAEED BY Or. J. C. Ayer" & 'Co., Lowell, Mast. Sold by Druggist and Perfumers. w EALTFH Wherefore 1 thoat Health can. otbeenjo)ed, "THEREFORE USE J m -. - - .. . feffVrfigfV . 7mm :z 7 -i'." "v." i It is the best hdperto Health and the quickest cure on Earthr-Use it in time for all diseases ot the Stomachy Liter, Kidnejs and Skin. It cures Rheumatism, Malaria, Coated Tongue and Headache, relieves Constipation, -Biliosi-. ness and Dyspepsia, drh es all Impurities out of the Blood and dries up old Sores. TheBusiness. men buy it, the WorkiuBmen use it.the Ladies take it, the Children cry for it and the Farmer ay it is their best health presen er. bold e erywhere. Ji.oo a bottle, six for $s to. Ho for TJeJeasiuO! Free Camping Grounds at Austin's.' There is an abundance of clams, crabs, trout, oysters and all kinds of salt and freah water fish. Good sate Sea bathing, fresh air and the best hunting grounds In America. Campers and islt ors can find at my store eterythlng they require in the wa of an outfit and pronations. A first ilass bar and billiard table are connected with my establishment. Board from ST to $3 per w eek. l'or particulars call on or address JAS.T. AUSTIN. Store. Seaside. Oregon. Austin's Is open the year round. F.H.SURPRENANT&CO., SUCCESSORS TO County Coroner. First Class Undertaking ESTABLISHMENT. New Sij les. Caskets and funeral nutcrul Next to astokiax office. DR.reicrs DEHCIOUS fiAVQRlHB EXTRACTS WIiLFWTFlKi3 ;1HIiJ10; WHKHWf&XM mEB9HeSv PELLfrBOM ALOFT. - ,' A 8aiIoij381l3 jflUfiipmate and is Grip . 3 3pl!jf for life- " ' ' . "Do yon sea that man iast gettioe into that corf nssea vr. n.aiiocn, passed asaistanTBorgeoa or' -tna United 55tntaa'iElariiia;dSrrice.,fi5 an Alta reporter jsterdayi TheTereon deslgnatea wasayonngmanproDabiy twenty-fire years ot ace, though physical suffering made 'him appear ranch older. He was a cripple, runtctedi-with some spinal ailment, juaging-jtromuis wbik. -jYen, con tinuef tho sureeon, ''there is a most remarkable story connected with that man's injury.'1 Dr. Kalloch then told the follewinrfstory: The man's name is James Connor. When quite yonnc he left his home in England and followed the sea as a sailor. About six years aero he was on the shio Rainbow', which was then at anchor in one of the ports on the Brazilian const. Connor was sent aloft to furl a sail. The sail, which was napping in the wind, knocked him from the yard, and down he shot from the dizzy height like a cannon ball toward the deck below. On the deck standing by the rail, was a sail, or named Raymond, who was watch ing a shark by the Vessel's side. In- tueuu in ituuug iw iuo- ueuu, iiuuuur struck bis snipmate on the top or the head, breaking Raymond's neck, death resulting instantly. Connor was picked up unconscious. It was supposed he was killed, bnt half an hour after he recovered his senses and was sent ashore to the hospital. His spine was injured, and he was prettygenerally braised. i;or tnree montns neiay m tne nos Dit&lrm.Tjlaster ,'of Snaris casta.iand eveh1for lajongtime after he left, he wbrobnebf ihecasts on his baolc, ; Cflnnofihbw6feiy ibontinueiS'to'go to setr, 'doiagstioward'a dutiea.-'.He is now a steward on a Paciflo coasting vesseL- Her has -often expressed a wisb'to-retarnto'iEngland, but has noJ'goiie,sTie-'rloes;notTOsh to pre sent" himself beforejhia relatives in his cnppied condition. a. tr.Ji.ua. A Terocious Beast. Geo. M. Clark, of the foot hills, came to the city Thursday with a cougar and a wild oat scalp. The $G received for the cougar was only a small recompense for the $63 damage done. One evening the cougar ap peared on Mr. Clark's place and was killing tf sheep when attacked by Mr. Clark's faithful shepherd dog, for which he had been offered $25, and which had a record ot assisting in killing six bears, thirteen doyotes and several cougars and -wild cats. The cougar turned killed the dog, and soom brokB- the necks-.'ot nineteen shfoep," worth $2 aheadjYTwo days afterwards Mnf Clark and hlrf brother succeeded intreeinR'himand bring- inrYim-ilntrnlM Mrt'Wni Airrlaft finUAta ""B .. -w ... MM. V.BW. UM..W. F in him'wheh scalpedf-find'Vas -8 feet 2ihohes4ong.' The Clark -Boys1 lire death-on "cougSraj but'thejrx uevec killedone'with'mbresatisffnohi'thatf theydiaTihiirbig. fellow? Albany tpfmocrat. - i --.gr - t PoreBlfgrgfiSing"ir'So''practiced offranrnmense'scalerPrei tori-Ash-bridge, agent of a British syndicate, has just purchased 400,000,000 feet of pine, poplar and cherry in West. Virginia, and 600,000,000 feet of yel low pine in Florida, and is after all he can get Disturbance or the Heart. Heart disease is like an assassin, which 'creeps upon 'you" in the dark, nd strikes you when unaware. Therefore, do not overlook any uneasiness in the region of the heart or disturbance in its action, but at once takff Dr. Flint's Remedy. Descriptive treatise with each bottle ; or, address. Mack Drug Co., N. V. TUe next competitor for Atlantic honors'will come from France. It will be La Tduraine, of 11,000 horse power, instead ot 7,000, the figures of the other boats belonging to me Compagnio Generale Transatlantique. Wo have found no remedy, for ma laria, so reliable' and safe as Ayer's Ague Cure. Taken according to di rections it never fails. Mrs. General SHeridan is to spend the summer on' the coast ot Maine, in the neighbdrhooiTotMt. Desert. She is devoting.herjife.tp her young cbil- ureii, iiuui wiium sue never iiuows herself to be separated. ' Ayer's Sarsaparilla requires smaller doses, and is more effective, tnan other blood mediqines. tmdwig,YdbinkeiateinliatisenDloser of Cincinnati; has'probably the long est name iAg JTnited States, but he doesn't seem to mind the affliction it allv On the. contrary, he is proud if it, and scornfnlly refuses to change it An ounce- of preventionis better than a ponniT-of dure: Pfunder's Or egon. Blood Furiflerexpelsall impuri ties ot the" blood ia'd 'should be used in all diseases ofJtho -stomach, liver and kidneys:1 -Take-it Master Dabez. Bailey, of Fitchville, VUUU.J.UIW1M1UJIC! oi outso iu iur- neaspaBtL'fiedrives'-theia labdut" the yillBg'dalMHe is not fifteen years tld7but"liBSDroken oxen and horses. He is going to tackle pigs next - QUI0K DIV0B0E. "The Arkansas Traveler" Gets One in Eight Minutes. W. F. Talbot walked into indcra Lawler's department of the superior conn on tne strose ot noon yester day. Eight minutes later he came oat with a decree iu his pocket divorcing him from Aucusta Talbot. Augusta was not present; she is in new xoik. Four minutes of the time Mr. Tnl. botwas in the court room was oc cupied in telling judge iawler that he had married Ancusta in Chicago six years ago. She is an actress, and two; years .since the divine afflatus seized her and she returned to the stage, but never to him. A lady friend of Mr. Talbot oc cupied one minute in corroborating mm. "Decree" said judge Lawler, look ing over me complaint, and Mr. Tal bot smiled and went out. Mrs. Talbot is the sister of the third wife of Dr. Bowers. Talbot is a New York drummer, and is fam iliarly known as the "Arkansas Trav eler.', S. F. Chronicle. Theodore Tilton, now a white haired'old man, is to be seen every Tllfvnf: af o fnfYinna aIiao. nnfi in D.nfl & .UU.UUO buma LUID IU A UliO. There is talk that he will soon pub- iisn a nistory oi me great ueecner Tilton trial. A friend renpntlv nsVorl osorolarv xtiame aoont nisneaitn. Tne premier paused for a moment, rubbed his hand across his brow, and said, mus ingly: "Letm6 8ee: what newspaper aui i react lastr ATuuIIt Bleulng. Simnioas Liver Regnlatot the fator- ue nomeremeuy is. entirely vegetable, and Is the purest and best family med icine that fsfeompounded. No error to be feared In administering, no ininrv from exposure after taking, no loss of time. It Is the best preventive med icine, anu saie to race, no matter wtrat the sickness mar prove to be, and in any ordinary disease will effect a speedy cure. President Harrison has taken the ground'that he will have no conver sation on Sundays with office seekers and politicians abont political mat ters. AKE YOU SKEPTICAL If so we will convince you that Acker's English Remedy for the lunes is suneri- or to alt other preparations, 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. Senator Edmunds has declared the constitution, which was week before last adopted with such .practical unanimity oy tne voters or uaKota to be one of the most perfect .consti tutions in Jbe United States. a rnrrv i o yocksf.lv. it Is sUroriSlnc that people will use a common, ordinary pill when they can secure a valuablo English one. lor the sstmtiiiioney. Dr. Acker's English pills are a)sf(itecur&fnr sick-headache and all lh er troubles. They are small.s weet, easily tuuen ana uo not gripe. J. Y. Conn, Druggist; " It is easy to judge what "kind of early fruit they have in Philadelphia, after reading the following item from th6 JiecorU of May 27th: "It navs to sievo strawberries. The sand is use ful for scouring." Catarrh Cnred, A clergyman, after years of suiTer ing from that loathsome disease, Ca tarrh, and vainly trying every known remedy, at last found a recipe which completely cured and saved him from death. Any sufferer from this dread ful disease sending a self addressed stamped envelope to Prof. J. A. Law rence. 8a warren at, Mew York City. will receive the recipe free of charge. The Mexican government bos eom- misioned two eminent physicians to study the cremation of the dead in Europe. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Mpv''w HU I041C3, j, IUOLICIU1 econbmlcaljSan the ordinary kinds, and can w ww ou.u iu i.wuiJ5l(Uyi UiU U1C 1IIUU- tnde otldwtcst,'slioit weight, alum or phos phate powders. Hold only in cam. Botal BAKIKO POWDKB CO. 106 FaU-St.. N. Y. D.W.CEOwmtvaco. Agents, Portland, Oregon. I J&QSKm stfitt 4 y Its peculiar efficacy Is due , "f as much to the process and nOTHiNQ aklll In compounding asto 'likf it t tho Ingredients t&cmselves. mm. irj a.akelt ln tlme it checks diseases lnthe outset, or If they bo advanced will prove a potent cure. No Hie sloiili lie flout It It takes tho place or a doctor a.nd costly pre scriptions. AU who lead sedentary Uvea vrlll And FOR WHOSE BENEFIT It the best preventive of and euro for Indlsroitlon, Constipation, Headache, Biliousness, File and Mental Depression. Ho loss of time, no Interference with business while taking. For children It Is most In nocent and harmless. No clanger from exposure after taking.. Cnres Colic, Dl- arrBoea, uowei vompiaisu, ueverun ness and Feverish Colds. Invalids and delicate persons will And 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 tho morning sharpens the appetite, cleanses the, stomach and sweetens the breath. A FHTSICIAN-S OPINION. ' "I hare been practicing medicine for twenty years and nave never been able to ut up a vegetable compound that would, ike Simmons Liver Regulator, promptly and effectively move the Liver to acnon, and at the same time aid (instead of weak ening) the digesnve and assimilative Kwers of the system." M. Hrrrox, m d., Washington, Ark. Marks of Genuineness: Look for thered Trade-Mark on front of Wrapper, and the cem ana signature oi j. ii.-eiun s w., m red, on t lie side. Takenoothei. Price si.oo. PARKER HOUSE. DAVE. KENNEDY, Prop'r. First Class in Every Respect Thorough! Kenovated and Repaired throughout 87 large, sunny rooms. TWO m.MWG ROOMS. Tables supplied nllli eerj thing the mar ket affords. . Fine liar ami Billiard Koeni: clmice nianus nines. Liquors and Cigars, Tree Coach to Hie Ilottsc. Main Street House. Between Tlilid and Tourtli, Astoria, Oregon. GRAY & PRATT - -Proprietors. RATES, $1 per Day. Special Terms by the Week. .New Furniture, New Beds, Clean and Neat Kooms, First Class Meals, Prompt and Polite Waiters! rEyerjthtnKTlrst-cU;s. Try It and see. NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED. Serra's Restaurant Befitted aud Befarnlshed Throughout. Booms to let hy the Day. Week or Month. First claw in etery respect. Tables lumislied with all the delicacies oi the season. The finest brands of Imported and Domes tic Wines, Liquors and Cigars at t lie bar. Zlnfandel Wines, Co cents per gallon. Families supplied. "For a good bed and a square meal go totbe SKKKA BESTAUKANT. Near O. It. & N. Dock, Astoria. Mb & Clase Music House, SOLK AOENTS FOK The MATCHLESS DECKER BROTHERS, Ivers &. Pond and J. C. & Fischer Pianos, ALSO Mason & Hamlin and A. B. Chase Co.'s Organs. Wiite lor Cataloguo andl'rices. WINTER Sc HARPER, 71 Morrison St., TOKTLAND, OR. She t MiibIc and Merchandise Dep't Separate. If. W. FLSCHKIt, Proprietor. A NEW ENTERPRISE. City Express Transfer Company. H. D. Thing and C. E. Miller, ritorRiETons. Headquarters at Main Street wharf. TELEPHONE NO. 43. A General Express and Pelivery Business transacted. Your patronaje is solicited. J. C. CLINTON DEALER IN CfCARS AND TOBACCO, FRUITS. NUTS. Candles. Smokers' Articles, Etc. New Goods Beceived Dally, Opponit City Book Store. $40, $40, $40, $40. The above amount buvs a lot In Plnnt- ant Little Homes. Ave miles from Portland Postoltlce. lor anrief ncriod. In stallments, S3 down and $i5o a month. Hign, level, populated ana near terminus of proposed new motor line. Sales negotiated by mall. For circulars and full particulars, address, EMPIRE LAND CO., 74 Morrison St. Portland, Or f . Seine Men Attention. HORSES FOB SALE BY THE ASTORIA street Railway Co. Goods Marked i-tsxmxif o S M MEN AND BOYS!! SUITABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS AND OCCUPATIONS. Business I Brass! World -ALSO- Hats, Caps, Furnishing; Ms, Trnnks aoi Valises, BLANKETS, QUILTS, ETC. Kinney's Brick Building. Opposite liescue Engine .House. Street Cars running fjALL AND EXAMINE OUR FINE LINE OF LIGHT SINGLE AND DOUBLE BUGGY HARNESS, Lap Robes, Sheets, Nets, etc. Astoria -. Harness ani Sale Slop, OLNEY ST., ASTOItIA, OREGON'. The Nfe'w Model Range U AN UK HAD LN ASTORIA, ONLY OF IS. R. HA WES, Agent, Call sad Examine It ; You Will be Pleased. E. R, nawes Is also Agent for the Buck Patent Cooking Stove, AND OTHER KIR3TCDAS3 STOVES. Furnace Work, Steam Fittings, Etc., a Speciajt A Full Stock on Hand. WALK, - CEILING DECORATIONS! C00O double roll of Wall Paper and Decorations of the latest styles and shades jastreceised direct from Eastern factories. Alan a largo assortment of CARFXSTS, Of all grades in beautiful new designs New Smyrna Rugs, Portiere Curtains, China Matting, Etc., Etc. v Call and examine. CHAS. HEILBORN". cnnis. kvknson. F. COOK THE Central Hotel EVENSON & COOK. On tho European Plan. LAHQE CLEAN ROOMS. A FIBST-CLASS RESTAURANT Board by the Day, Week or Month Private Rooms for Families, Etc. Transient Custom Solicited. Oysters, Fish, treats, Etc., Cooked to Order. WATER St., Opp. Foard & Stokes A FIRST CLASS SALOON Run in connection with the Premises. The Best ot WINES, LIQUORS AUD CIGARS. Good Billiard Tables and Private Card Rooms. THE VIENNA Restaurant ani Clop House. C. W. Fisher &. Co., Prop's. Game, Fish, Oysters, Etc., COOKED TO ORDER- Fine Private Jtooas. Everytlilne Urst Clasa, Genevieve Street, rear of GrlHu& Reed's. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. iiHusf r in Plaisi Figures. o P X -toe- storia, Oregon. H by the door. pjpim . w AND - JEFF'S Is the Leading and Only First-Ciass RESTAURANT. Good Cooking. Clean Services. Reasonable Prices. Pouto Walters. Prompt Attontlon. Try Jllm and You will be More than Satisfied, Everybody Says So, Private Rooms. MAIN STREET, - - - ASTORIA. The Astor House, E.E.ROSS, - PROPRIETOR. Newly Repainted. BepalrM, Reutted, Re- iuiiuucu uuu Aiiuiuugtuy jtenovaieu, A Large, (to,-- WeMept House. KATES?. - From a Dollar a Day Upwards. First-class In all Its appointments,, clean. nent. mnnrmvitn NT-oil fti.tt.'1' and well kept. YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL. &Free Coach to and. from the Hotm.