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-l, T-v- C3) She j);uhj Sstorimt. jSTOUIA. OREGON: SUNDAY.. .JUNK 1. J6D0 ISSUED EVERY MORNING, . F. HALLORAN & COMPANY, PttWMicrsand Proprietors. Astojuan Brn.mj.o, Ab STKhitT. t Terras of Siiln.crJi'l)i.n. Served l OrritM. jtr vrc?;; ., Sent MH. ;cr i-ttUi if ;fs wet. X?nt iy M. (Ht'.ir . .$7.00 Free of jv:no :u irttiriUr. Tuk Atokias cuarantc Jo it adver uers the larM iroiiIat(oii it :'.i !i-ii-mt pabh!Kil on the Cohiisibu nvi-i. CITY AND COUXTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Manv strawberries are dailv arriv- mp. but the upplv does not equal the , demand. ' Carl B. King is advertised to appear Imw it., ;.. ,.w ...i -..-ni.-,,,. a crowded hon. Third street repairs drag consider- ably and progress is slow. A Fcarcitv ! of roosi i; reported. ' . There wh a fcenw hail storm :it Yvtiort yestordav. which wr, quite uttsinl occurence. , l,augo immlttis of people were in I xheckyyesterdav, coming on all the i -twimc. fmmsu'rrounding towns. Ko .y Cook were busy yesterday moving iuto their handsome new of fice on Tliinl street, west of West T)th street. To-uiorrow morning, for the first Monday in its existence, Tnn AsTOitiAX will apiMwr lo its many renders and fneswK llasplwrrios. salmon berries and blackberries will soon be ripe, and in dications are favorable for a large sup ply in this immediate vicinity. la the window of a barber shop is lisplaod an ingenious piece of work. it boiag a ladder about two feet long, made oitiireh of old newspapers. A application for a charter for a map of Sons of Veterans is being cir- j cnlated by C. .1. Curtis, and a number T names have already been obtained. la the Congregational Church to-day the morning theme will be '"The Pur jkx and Power of Preaching." Even ing theme, ".loan of Are, the Maid r Orleans." Some or the canneries wen very busy last week. It is believed that the aggregate pack on the river up to lnte is greater than to iheconcspond ing time last year. It was Mr. Ceo. Aiiiswnrih. inlSST, ' vhtmtlirO. K. .V- X. Co. succeeded I the old O. S. X. Co., that obtained the ! rule skhv s-hould lw KiatK. enforced that no liquor wild the company s The attention tf investors is directed to the advantages of Seal Rock beach fire miles below Seaside, a properly tlial is ltKkcd for to rapidly accrue in value. Keen .t Cook are the Astoria ngwit. Late last night, Mrs. Ellen Wiui ford. wife or George Lovett, died, aged 35 years. She was a native of Van couver. Washington. Notice of fun eral will bp given in to-morrow's As- TOIUAX. Salmon arc abundant, and the fish- fsmon could catch more, if thev could disjKKc of them, but the cannenes are niinhlo in uon nil ihov .wil.l rvifnli Mini I mot of them limit the number thev .--"-'"" "".- ...,..,..... will receive from each boat. .VII interested in the following sub- jeots are requested to attend the Methodist church to-day. 11 a. m., -Gods Reason for Giving the Law' 8 r. M., lecture to voting ladies, "Foolish Marriages," Song service, 7 r. sr. The ordinances for the improvement ofTlnnlsimof mi.i nT Wnfnr cfrnnf uces lor tne improvement 1 etand of Water street, ranchisc to the Bay Rail- and for the franchise wax company, have all three been ap proved by Mayor Crosby, The ordin ance fornumberiug the houses he has not yet approved. fell 7.113 inches here: so, that by com parison, this has been a very dry menth: it was also a very cool one, hero. That was a clever bit of work by J. J. Kenncy yesterday afternoon. A run away team drawiug a partly loaded truck wagon came fiying up Main street. Keuney headed them oil", se cured the lines, got in the driver's seat, and drove the horses up Third street amid the plaudits of several who saw the plucky feat. And still they come. Yesterday three more subjects of foreign rulers withdrew from their raulis and took out fint papers for enrollment as American citizens, .lohnn C. M. Jo lianson retired from further connection with the kinc of Xorwav. while Fer- dmand Sandborg and Albert Lund- strom severed the lias that had from birth ltound them to the king of Sweden. Seaside Imlse lV;rrsiiij. Last week Seaside lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W., conferred the junior degree on twenty-three candidates aud the workman degree on seven members. Last night at the regular meeting the junior degree was conferred on four candidates, 19 members received the workman degree, six were elected to membership, and 12 candidates were proposed. For representatives to the graud lodge, which meets in this city, Tues day, July Sth, the following were elected: George W. Rucker, George McLean aud William B. Ross. To be Taken With a Grain of Salt It is reported to the county Repub lican committee on good authority that on election day will bo flung broadcast from Democratic head qaartcrs a lot of outrageous lies in hopes to get them before the people too late to be refuted. This is some thing that should not be done, but if it is it will prove a boomerang to those who attempt to perpetrate it No one should give credence to statements so awhle at the last hour before election. Tito Wrld Expert Corn Doctor Has his office in room No. 1, over Allen's Paint store, corner Fourth and Cass streets, where he will remain all week. Office open to-day. Te Let. The two front rooms on the ground ltew of the old Transcript building, comer of Slain and Third street. In ttire at JSmch Tall: office, next door to BtckBS nailery. The raiufall in this citv dURnc Mav. votua ue a accrcatcd 1.14 inches. Mav. 'As political ills, and a jJmwod :iOTi innlios? in lr:iv 'Rl tliorn malaria, lour years a THE SECOND RALLY, I Speeclies by Jnflge Raleigli Scott aud 1 Hon. C. . Fnlton. ni:m:i.tcAXTOitcui:s v.lazixg The fecond Republican rallv of the campaign occuned last evening. The Finnish Temperance band at the corner of second and Cassstreeis, from . . . . . .. ' t i) to o o cjocx, piayeu excellently a number of slirriug pieces, and a crowd of :il lent 800 persons assembled to li-ieit to the music. A procession was formed, and with 150 torches in line, and nearly as many more persons without torches the line of march was --jH?11 UP throush the principal streets f "e city, until the opera house was reached about half-past eight o'clock, :-niilu a ?w minutes it was well filled. upon the platform were seated the ! following prominent Republicans: Dr. Jay Tuttle, charman, Mayor M. G Crosby, Hon. C. W. Fulton, Hou. J. "; Gray. John Fox James W. elcb Dr- Baker, C. W. Lougbery, X1. x. jyuiiu.iij xi. vjiiaiituci?, u.. lroard. and E. W. Wright fI,f!Cr mxsic,h e band, Dr. Jay Tuttle stepped forward, stating that we have heard irom several speakers " ,h De"10Cralic P11"-. "eluding Webb' Turnover and Miller. Prompted by curiosity I listened to the governor to see what he would tx r 11....1. i n..ii.n. "r say in reference to the promises he made four years ago, none of which have been fulfilled. After listening to him the speech fell Hat, for he failed to explain why he had fallen so far short of carrying out his many prom ises. About all of Webb's speech was a plea for voles. Miller had the cheek to tell us that liinger Hermann was a very poor representative but he lost votes in making such a wild statement. We have listened to Col. Kevins, and his logical argnments, good points and plain language was a complete refuta tion of all the accusations made against Thompson and our ticket. JJow, on the eve of election, another represen tative of Republican principles is pres ent, and I have the honor .and pleasure f introducing to vou Jion. lialeigh ktoll, of. Portland. Judge Stott gave a review of the principles of the Democratic party and its platform, then of the Republicans, and contrasted them, showing the vital points of difference, claiming the lat ter w.is far superior in its friendship for the labor element, for the Union veterans, and more in favor of internal improvements and extending our com merce. D. P. Thompson was leferred to as a man who had worked his way up ward from driving sheep across the connlrv aud learning the blacksmith's trade until he had acquired a compe loil(y aml universally respected aml tsf& implicitly, having never proven false to any trust which had been confided lo his kcepin Penuoyer is a natural aristocrat, col- ncrt lirwl oil rif n lmnrrlifi- fnfnilv- Xt.V' &. ll. . . .iuc,.ft.a. ititua. lie goes to Salem but once or twice a week, then returns to watch the 100 men in his sawmill and see if they have sweat enough over their eleven hours of toil to be entitled to their wages. Yet he poses as the friend of i the laboring man and the eight-hour system. The statements made by Penuoyer and Webb that they have decreased expenses and increased the school fund are incorrect They have sold land at 1.23 per acre which bhouldi have brought from S3 to S20. The tariff question was revived, the Mc- lunley bill favored, the convict labor question discussed, and strong claim m:,lle for lbe subsidizing or American ships to carry our mails. - ."j. i-n. ....! ...- - xie spoHu lor un nmiuio, ,inu in closing urged all to work for the success of the entire ticket, and then "est Monday night Penuoyer will be I m Uie consomme, aud we can say sic ' temper McGinly. - iue u:lud Ilayeu-Hail to the Chief and Dr. Tuttle said "I now desire to present to you a stranger whom you I have never heard, but who I feel sure PviU entertain aud interest vou and I therefore lake great pleasure in mtro- ;;111 iul"lu.m """ "'l UDI therefore lake great pleasui ducing Hon. C. . L niton. ' He spoke only twenty minutes, but it was a ringing, eloquent speech, and elicited frequent applause. He stated that Pennoyer s speech boiled down j was simply a claim that his re-election panacea ior an existing quinine for all go ho promised to drive out the Chinese, to do away with fish traps and fish wheels, but those evils still remain as before. A good point was made In the state ment that opposition to the Chinese by the Republican party is because that as they live so much cheaper than while men they can work cheaper, and our party opposes them because it is in favor of protection for American labor. We want our own people to make our own clothes, our own people to till our own soil and raise our own produce, and because we believe this we are op posed to Chinese labor. Pennoyer is not in favor of encouraging American labor if he favors free trade, for whether Chinamen are allowed here to compete with white labor or whether by establishing free trade by throwing down the barrier of protection, they can remain in their own country and send their manufactures here, what is the difference? , The career of the Republican party shows that from its birth it has been j iu kuwji. v& iuiivi;uii;iiu iuiv( nuicoot the menu oi tue people and the deadly enemy of treason and of slavery. No Democrat wants to talk about the record of his party, he wants the dead past all buried and wants to talk of the glorious things they are going to do. The felon in the cell don't want to tell of his record or of what he lias done, but he is full of promises of what he is going lo do or would like to do. Let us continue to work and vote for the party whose record is clear aud untarnished. Mr. Fulton closed amid loud ap plause, aud in response to a request by Dr. Tuttle, three rousing cheers were given for the Republican party and the ticket, and the exercises of the evening were at an end, the audience dispersing as the band played "The btar Spangled Banner.-' Strawberries, Strawberries. Not stale wool-grown berries from Califoria, but fresh, delicious Oregon fruit from the gardens of Mr. Tabor, in good supply daily by Thompson & Ros?. The IIofilinaR House Cigar. The La Paloma cigar and other fine brands of cigars: the finest in the citv. I at Charley Olson's, next to C. 11. Cooper. All the patent medicines advertised in this paper, together with the choicest Serf inner', and toilet articles etc can e bought at the lowest prices at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Occident bote, Astoria. Slcalri Ceesied t Order. Trivate rooms for ladies and families at Central ltestaurant, next to Foard & Stokes'. PERSONAL MENTION. Miss Annie Hanson of Portland, is visiting Mrs. Jno. Rogers. Miss Florence Simmons goes home to Willapa on Monday, in consequence of the illness of her mother. Mr. Andrew Taylor, a brother of Col. Jas. Taylor is visiting this city. Chief Barry returns from Portland this morning with Geo. Evans, who is -wanted on a chargo of larceny. T.S. Jewett and A. S. Reed got back yesterday from a hunting excur sion, with well filled game bags. Miss Grace Hendrickson who has been here several years with her mar ried sister who resides at Smith Point starts on Wednesday next, for her home in Rustic, Express county, Idaho. MARINE NEWS AND NOTES. The steam schooner Louis Olsen arrived yesterday from Tillamook. ;.Tho steamer It. R. Thompson comes down from Portland to-day, with a Jewish excursion. The steamship Danube, CapL J. R. Hill, arrived from Victoria and Van couver, B. C, and went up the river to Portland. The steamer Manzanita went up to buoy depot yesterday and took on part of the iron lighthouse for Destruc tion island. To-morrow she will coal up. The steamer City of Astoria, which has been running on the Westport route, was vesterday sold to Messrs. Reed and Stream for $G,)00. She will bo taken to Shoalwater bay, and will run between Sealand and South Bend. The steamer It. P. Elmore, Jas. Tatton master, D. Orenton, engineer, cleared for Wrangel. Alaska, Tini bay. yesterday, with 127 boxes tin plate, 5 boxes kegs, 2 tons pig tin, 2 dozen windows, aud snndry miscellaneous stores. GUESS 823 Sait of of Charge. And Get u Clothf-s Free To the person making the closest guess as to who will be the successful candidates for county offices and the respective majorities they will receive, I will give an elegant S25 suit of clothing free of charge. Every voter in Clatsop county is entitled "to only one guess up to Monday, June 2, at 9 o'clock a. 3r. Write on a piece of paper the candi dates you think will win and the majorities you expect them to receive, then hand it in at my place of business any lime before 9 o'clock a. m., Juno 2d, 1890. I have selected two fair and square men as judges, Messrs. J. F. Halloran and Geo. Noland, who will canvass the guesses immediately after the official count is known, and award the suit to the ouo making the closest guess. Herman Wise, The Reliable Clothier & Hatter, In Oecidont Hotel Building Uuick Sailins Time. Sax Fkixcisco, May 30. The schooner Novelty, Captain Lewis ar rived in idrt this morning after the remarkable quick voyage of four days from Port Blakelv." She brought "a cargo of 720,000 feet of lumber. The distance from Port Blakely to San Fraucisco is 800 miles, giving the Nocelty an average of 200 miles a day, almost steamer time. Oregonian Special. rSEITTL IXFOIWIATTOX. Tilbury Fox, 1L D., tto eminent medical writer, in his work " Skin Diseases," thus ac counts for the pimples eo common to the face and neck. Entins too rich or too greuy food, or too hearty eating whilo tho ex cretory organs arc sluggish, causes in most people Indigestion or a dyspepsial condition, which causes tho blood tomovo aluffgkMyi nd enfeebles tho pores. The result is, that tho exudins socrctioai block in tho pores, which inflame, each distinct inflammation being a pimple. Dr. Fox therefore doei not prescribe "blood purifiers" so called, but a " dyspepsia euro" to be taken, to uso his own words "till the dyspcpilal tymptomt Aa disappeared." Tho old Idea was, that fao eruptions were caused by a " humor in tb blood," for which they treated the blood, giving the mineral, potash. Joy's Vegetatli Earsaparilla follows tho modern ideas of Dr. Fox, and alma with gentle vegetable alteitv tires at tho stomach and digestive organs. Tho reason is apparent why It cures dyspep sia and indigestion, and tho pimple as! kin eruptions which result therefrom ani Why sarsBparlllas that uso minerals fall. Trainload of Salmon. The Union Pacific sent a trainload of salmon east yesterday, consisting of nineteen cars solid salmon. The salmon were all from the Columbia river, and the circumstance speaks well for Oregon products. Oregonian, May 31. Nearly everbody neeJs a good medi cine at titis season, to purify the blood and build up the sj-stem. Hood's Sarsa parilla is the most popular and success ful spring medicine and blood purifier. It cures scrofula, all humors, dyspepsia, sick headache, that tired feeling. Viclory of the Vanquished. There is a sermon in a nutshell in the epigram going areund: "Lee did not whip Grant, but he gets a monu ment first" Sacramento Record Union. Eupcpsy. This is what you ought to have, in fact, you must have it, to fully enjoy life. Thousands are searching for it dailj', and mourning because they find it not. Thousands upon thousands of dollars are spent annually by our peo ple in the hope that they may attain this boon. And yet it may be had by all. Yq guarantee that Electric Bitters,, if used according to directions and the use persisted in, will bring you Good Digestion and oust the demon dyspep sia and instead Eupepsy. We recom mend Electric Bitters for Dyspepsia and all diseases of Liver, Stomach and Kidneys. Sold at 50c. and S1.00 per bot tle by J. W. Conn, Druggist. TclepheaeLiedarmc Hewc Best Beds in town, lloomsner nieht 60 and 25 cts per week SL50. New and clean. Private entrance. Thelatcst style of Gents' Boots and Shoes at P. J. Goodman's. A Fine lAtt Of Gooseberries received by Thomp son & I toss. There Are Seme Iflce Ueems, Over the Mikado candy store, suitable for offices, for rent Apply to Alex Campbell. Remember the Austin house at the Seaside is open the year 'round. Ludlow's Ladies' $3.00 Fine 8hoes; also flexible hand-turned French Kids, at P. J. Goodman's. CUIirei CrjftrPitcler's Cistirit COUNTING THI$ PEOPLE. Some of the Inquiries to Be Made by the CenctLS Enumerators in June. The eleventh census of the United States will be taken during the month of June. The census enumerators will begin their work on Monday, June 2nd, and will visit every house and ask questions concerning every person and every family in the United States. Tho questions that will be asked call for the name of every person residing m the United States on the first day of June, with their sex and age, and whether white, black,mul atto, quadroon, octoroon, or Chinese, Japanese, or Indian. Inquiry will be made also of every person as to whether they are single, married, widowed, or divorced, and, if married, whether married during the census year. The place of birth of each per son, and the place of birth of the father and mother of each person, will also be called for, as well as a statement as to the profession, trade, or occupation followed and the number of months unemployed during the census vear. For all persons ten years of age or over a return must be made by the enumerator as to the number able to read and write, and also the num ber who can speak English. For those who can not speak English the par ticular language or dialect spokeu by them will be ascertained. For child ren of school age, also, the number of months they attended school will be recorded by the census enumerators. In the cases of mothers an inquiry will be made as to the number of children they have had, and the number of these children living at the present time. This inquiry is to be made of all women who are or have been mar ried, including all who are widows or have been divorced. Foreign-born males of adnlt age, that is, 21 yearsof age or over, will be asked as as lo the number of years they have I been iu the United States, audi whether they are naturalized or have tiken out naturalization papers. Of 1 the head of each family visited the question will be asked as" to the num ber of persons in the family, and whether his home is owned or hired; also, if owned, whether the home is free from mortgage incumbrance. If the head of the family is a farmer, similar inquiries will be made concern- lncr llif nttmorltin nt f ln form Tti nl dition to these inquiries, all of which are made on the population schedule, ' the law under which the census is taken ' makes provision for special inquiries concerning such of the population J as may be mentally or phvsicallv defective in any respect, that is, insane, j feebleminded, deaf, blind, or crippled, , or who may be temporarily disabled by sickness, disease, or accident at the time of the enumerator's visit Certain special inquiries will also be made con- J coming inmates of prisons and reform- j atones and of charitable and benevo lent institutions. Besides this, a state-1 ment will be called for concerning all j persons who have died during the cen sus year, giving their name, age sex, I occupation, and cause of death. This official connt or the people conies but once in ten years, and overy family aud every person should con-1 sider it to be their duty to answer the j questions of the census enumerators ! willingly and promptly, so that defin ite and accurate information may be j gained concerning the 05,000,000 peo- ' pie living within the lwunds of this J great country. ! i Astoria vs. Portland. This office has received a communi cation from Portland, calling attention to the fact that, in the list of vessels at neighboring ports, all the ships on the Columbia or Willamette rivers are re ported as being at Astoria, while at the , date of the letter, with one exception, i they were at Portland. The suggestion I that greater accuracy would be shown ' by giving vessels their proper location I would be a good one, were thi3 pajer ' able to afford telegraphic communica tion with Oregon, daily, to report movements of vessels, but it ceiiainjy would be a considerable expense with out corres'sonding gain. The tele-! graph rcjorts an arrival at Astoria, the ship discharges either at that port I or x'oruuuu, loaus at one or tue oiucr, aud her final sailing, of course, is from Astoria. "With that in view, at t his dis tance itseeined a matter of little import ance, whether the vessel wero at her port of arrival, or up the river during the interval, as it wonld be of little moment to a Portland merchant to be informed whether a chartered ship at this port was actually at San Francisca or up at Port Costa loading. However, the Commercial News has no desire to eclipse Portland by misrepresenting her importance, and as it is not able to keep the daily moves of vessels on the Columbia and "Willamette, while it desires to inform its subscribers of tho general position of deep water tonnago on the coast, a compromise is offered. The space in which the location ot the vessel is given is limited, and for the sake of the necessary brevity, in future, vessels at Portland or Astoria, will be reported as on the Columbia river. Geo graphically this is not absolutely cor rect, for they may, in a majority of cases, be at Portland, which this of fice is aware is not on the Columbia, but tho Willamette river. However,' as the vessels must pass up the Colum bia for a certain distance to reach Portland, and must sail from the mouth of that river to get into the Pa cific ocean, tho Commercial Neicx trusts, that considerinor all the obsta cles in the way of exact information, ana with this explanation, the change to Columbia river will be satisfactory even to the Astoria friends of the paper, who bj the alteration, are some what shorn of their former, and not altogether deserved glory. S. F. Daily Commercial Neics, 3fat 23. A Scrap orFaper 8aves Her Life It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap ping paper, but it saved her life. She was in the last stages of consumption, told by physicians that she was incura ble and could live only a short time; she weighed les than seventy pounds. On a piece of wrapping paper she read of Dr. King's New Discovery, and got a sample bettle: it helped her, she bought a larger bottle, it helped her more, bouRht another and grew better fast, continued its use and is now strong, healthy, rosy, plump, weighing H40 pounds. For fuller particulars send stamp to W. II. Cole, Druggist, Fort Smith. Trial Bottles of this wonderful Discovers Free at J. W. Conn's Drug store. Take It Before Breakfast. The great appetizer, tonic and- liver regulator. In use for more than 50 years iu England. Positive specific for liver complaint. Bad taste in the mouth on arising in the morning, dull pains in the head and back of the eyes, tired feeling, dizziness, lanconr symn- tonis of liver complaint. Uemedy Dr. I Henley's English Dandelion Tonic. Re- t llDt'Ae l)AIK(itAttM 1 Afl. ;" wuiiomjttuuu, suurueiis me appe tite and tones UD the entirn svstnm Clot the genuine from your druggist for Si, and take according to directions. Fiae Table Wine Delivered at GO cents a gallon, to any part of the city. A fine line of pure St-1?--- ines at low Prices, at A. W. Utzlnger's Cosmopolitan saloon. -Cee and cake, ten cents, at the Central Restaurant. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. 31 AY 31. As Filed in The County Recorder. Oftire Yr.stcnlay. W. L. Robb aud wife to H. Young, lots 7 and S, blk 7, East Astoria S M. J. Kinnev et al lo C. B. Spear, lots 22 aud 23, blk 28, New Astoria "... 2S5 Caroline Van Dusen et al to Florence L. Wadleigh, lots 7 and 8, blk 23, Shiveiy's.. 2,500 J. C. Adams and wife to Joseph Fetch, lot 2, blk 2. subdivision tract 3, Chelsea GO Previouslv reported this year 1,102,931: Total to dale Sl,405s897 Sam Jones on Infidels aud Society. Td rather be a low-down chain-gang negro than one of your little infidels. You won't be in hell two minutes be fore you'll be hopping around in the fire and yelling: "What, a mistake I made." I have some respect for Bob Ingersoll, because he can' get 200 a night for his lecturing. But some of these little infidels are infidels for noth ing, pay S2 to hear Ingersoll. and board themselves. I understand you are all running "society" here pretty lively. Society! A pair of 75 cent slippers and a $1.23 wasp bonnet lets you into it There is no manhood, no womanhood in it The fruits of so ciety, so-called, are the dude and dudine. If you don't like what I'-m saying, just get up on your hind legs and slide out From a Recent Ser mon. CROFULA Is that impurity of the blood which pro duces unsightly lumps or swellings on the Elands of the neck; causes painful running seres on the arms, legs, or feet; devclopes ulcers in the eyes, cars, or nose, oitcn caus ing blindness or deafness; Is the origin of jii:jile;, cancerous growths, or the many c Lit manifestations usually ascribed to "humors;" and fastening upon the lungs, causes couburniition, aud death. Being the innt ancient, it is the most general at : 11 ; :tsi-s i,r affections, for very fev. 1 tm n : re entirely free from it. Mow Can f-x !t Be W URED I'.v laidm; Hood's Sarsatiarilla. which, by the remarkable cures it has accomplished, .fH'u when other medicines have failed, t a? j.nnvn itM'lt to he a potent and pecul- :r medicine fur this disease. Some of .'..so cures arc really wonderful. If you i.iTer from scrofula or impure blood, be . ure lo try Hood's Sarsaparilla. " Ji erj' spiim; my wife and children have ' .,!! lioi.bled with scrofula, sores break 4 out tin them in varioiu places. Jly iiJ'lc !;.. tbne y ars old, lias been a t - f ! . ".fTiTor. !.ast spring hi was one :t:u : .i.'t.t from head to feci. I was ..dv:-vd !:: v Hrmi's Sarsapanlla, and wc !i.iv::i:t..kt hit. The result is that all lm o Leon fined f the scrofula, my little boy Liii.'- f!ilirel free from sr'S, and all four cf i.jj childt -ii l.rf.k l-rli,ht and healthy." V. Jv.. T!:rirroN l-isaia City, X. J. Hood's Sarsaparilla .sn:- UU. -is r :. I'rcjared ! ..:e.a..' , Lmtt'lS. Mas-. 00 Doses One Dollar Magce, Argand and Acorn Stoves nges, Cookiug and Heating, EVEUYONE FtiLIiY WA11KANTED uatkr closets, plujihug uohiis, pi'jiin, mnks, AM) DATii tubs. MTOG cfc SO"L"LjLX3r UHKXAMGS STHUKT. rosby lu-r.U-t ii. SaBD Ran, in i:oii I'ipo and Filth:;:, Sieves, Tin ware, and HOdSE FURNISHING GOODS Sheet Lead, strip Lead, Sheet Iron, Tin and Copper. AU0TIO3ST AND COMMISSION HOUSE. MARTIN OLSEBT, Successor to K. C .llolden. Ihu ouieot established Commission House in Oregon. Cooils of all kinds M)U1 on com mission. Auction Sal&i Every Saturday. General l'cpaulns. Jobbing and Ujdiol teri!' done. Fine stock or rumitiire on hand. When you w.int li'irgahis in Household (ooiLso tu KT1X OLHK.X -THE- DIAMOND PALACE GUSTAY HANSEN, Prop'r. A LarKe and Well Selected Stock or Fine Diamonds t Jewelry At Extremely Low Prices, AH Moods Uooffbt at Thi- EMabllsuisciit Warranted Genuine. Woleh nud Clock Rcpniring A SPECIALTY. Corner Cass and auemotju i Streets F.H.SURPRENANT&CO., County Coroner. First Class Undertaking ESTABLISHMENT. New Styles, Caskets and funeral material Next to astokiax onlce. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY! There is no occasion for the most fastidi ous of our citizens to send to Portland or San brauclsco for Custom Made Clothes As they can pet Better Fits. Better Work manship, aud for less Money. By Leaving their Orders with MEANY. New Goods bv Every Steamer, Call and see him and satisfy yourseir. P. J. Meany. Merchant Tailor. A Safe Investment. TriK ASTOMA BUILDING & LOAN As sociation has now entered upon its fourth year, under the most favorahlc cir cumstances, and for a person of limited means, especially those who are wage work ers, it offers a splendid investment. The seventh seties of stock will he opened June 1st. lhose wishing to subscribe will please call on V. L. KOBB, Secretary. Welahard's Beer. And Free Lunch at the Telephone Sa loon, 5 cents. 100 l w u Parasols. Laces. '! Ribbons. Embroideries. w . H. COOPER,. The Leading $2.95 66 HANI) SEWED, DOUBLE SEAM SHOE. It never rips. It never squeaks. flexible than a hand turn. MORGAN & CO., riginator ! "VS. mitator. No matter what trade or profession you choose you will easily detect the men of original ideas; the men who push themselves and the town the live :n ahead; men who are a credit to their profession and the community they live in: but you are also sure to find the imitators, those who are at the rear end of the proces sion, men who never have an original, bright thought or do an original, bright act. If let alone the will exist on what liberal, unsuspecting pcoph permit themselves to be rob bed of; but no sooner does the original, enterprising man make a. move, and the imitat ing tail-ender tries to benefit b his superior's genius. Note the weak attempts of the old-styled shops to imitate my Saturday Surprise Sales. It's enough to make a horse laugh. For New Goods, Original Styles and Low Prices Look to HermanWise The Live Clothier and Hatter, In the Occident Hotel Bl'd'ar. John Kohcrson, Prcs. A. T. Brake. Mgr. Notary Public The Pacific Real Estate Co. Incorporated March 20, 1800. Real : and : Personal : Property Bought and Sold on Commission. Office on Third St., near the Central Hotel. Correspondence Solicited. Astoria, ... Oregon GEIX) K. JMKKER. CARD A. HANSON Parker & Hanson SUCCESSORS TO C. L. PARKER, DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE New Goods Arriving Every Steame THIS WEEK. Dress - Goods, The Old Stand - Astoria Orecon. The Law and Abstract Office OF - C. R. THOMSON ONK DOOR EAST OF DKMKST'S DRUG STOllE A complete set ot Abstract Books for the entire County always kept posted to date. Special attention given to practice In the U. S. Land Office, and the examination ot laud titles. Mm JUST RECEIVED . V Dry Goods and Clothing House of Astoria. For Ladies ! A Snap in Real Estate. UK Acres, close to river and street car line. Only S500 per acre, for a few days only. 5,000 can be made on this property within three months. Wluf mto Stem. Real 3E3stfte Broilers, Odd Fellows' Building, - - ASTORIA, OR Lots in Case's Astoria Are Now on Sale AT THE OFFICE OF THE Astoria Real Estate Co. PRICES FROM $150 TO $250 EACH. TERMS One-U.al Cash ; the Balance in Six and Twelve Months. Theso SEINES are made trne taper nndj from an actual scale, and will hang trie and draw when hung in to lines, and from the Cold Medal 1-2 Patent Torino. RIGHT AND LEFT HAND LAID PATENT ROPE, 9 thread and larger, soft and free from kinking. SALMON TRAP NETS knit from the Gold Medal 1-2 Patent Twine, superior to the medium laid, stronger, more durable and Holds Tar Longer. Letters or Telegraph shall have our Prompt and Careful Attentitn American Net & Twine Co Established 18 12. Boston, Xmss. Capital, tSM.M. N. B. We have tho largest Netting and Twine plant. New and costly machinery has lately been added for knitting heavy Traps for the Colombia river, and Seines for the Alaska Salmon Fisheries, and the most skillful help employed. Highest awards atBoston. 1869. Philadelphia. 1876. London Fisheries Exposition. 188. FLYNN, The Tailor, KEE?S IU Finest Woolen Goods for Suitings. All the Latest Styles lie buys for Cash at Eastern Prices. !He Guarantees the Best Workmanship on all Garments. Call and see tor vourself. Barth Block. ASTORIA, OR. Yonr Moners w ortli IS WHAT YOU GET AT Foard &Stokes Groceries and Provisions. Everything In a First-class Store and at Extremely Low Figures. Goods Delivered all over Town. The Highest Price Paid for Junk. FOARD it STOKES John G. Dement. DRUGGIST. Successor to W. E. Dement & Co. Carries Complete Stocks of Drugs and Druggists' Sundries. Prescription Carefully Ca-apeaaded. Agent lor Mexican Salve and Norwegian Pile Cure Thompson & Ross Carry a Full Line of Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries. Give Us a Call and Be Convinced. Us! White Goods. Plaid Sashes. Trimmings. and Buttons. TIM Stmi. $2.95 99 It requires no breaking in. Mora Astoria, Oregon. STOCK TXLE- GO TO LARSON & HILLBACK FOR GROCERIES AUD FBESH FRUITS. Orders Delivered Free of Charge. Country Orders Solicited. Third street, next to Pioneer office. E. P. N00NAN & CO. (Successors to) DEALERS IN Groceries Produce. "Water Street, Astoria, Oregon. TELEPHONE 50. 7. P. O. BOX MS A NEW ENTERPRISE. City Express Transfer Conptjty. H. D. Thing and C. E. Milter. PROPRIETORS. Headquarters at Main Street wharf TELEPHONE NO. 4 traSed? EXPreSS and DeUTery Bwta. Your patronage Is solicited. The Oregon Bakery A.A.CLETELMD, rnfr Good Breai, Cake art Pajtrr .None but the Best Materials Uiai - .. Satisfaction Guarantee CwSSLmm, Bread delivered in any pan - -?" ' 7 i -3 " - f 5' - ,- fL KLv'. "? .av ur "- .&: