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By Sir Walter Scott. A NOBLE LIFE. By Miss Muloch. The lowest .price of these novels in any other way, would be 10 cents each, or $1 for the ten books, which The As torlan subscribers can have for 30 cents. Every ten weeks a new set of ten books will be offered on the same terms. Thus, in the course of the year, you will have a valuable library of D books that will cost you only 11. BO. This offer is open only to regular sub scribers. Subscribers to The Dally Astorlan, who pay $7 for one year in advance will be entitled to these books free of charge. Now is the time to get your home newspaper, and a valuable library be sides, for only the regular price of the paper. Subscribers to The Weekly Astorlan who pay $2 in advance for one year's subscription, will be entitled to any of these books they may select at the rate of 8 cents per book. On receipt of the list of books discrlbed, accompanied by a remltance in postage stamps or nil ver to the amount of 3 cents for each book ordered, we will have the books sent postpaid to the address of any regular subscriber to The Weekly Auto, rlan as above. Personal Mention. Miss Maud Warren is over from War ronton on a visit. Mr. A. R. Kanaga has gone to South IAnd on legal business. Miss Carrie M. Wheeler is confined to her bed through sickness. NOTICE TO BUILDEU3. Sealed proposals will be rewlvuil up to noun on April i7, im, for the built! Ing of a school house, at thu oltlce of the school clerk of district No. u, Kin dred Vxrk, New Astoria, Clatsop coun ty, Oregon, wherti plans and sueollk'a tlons can be seen. The rlgnt to rojejt any or all bias is reserved. C. A. HENHIKSON. Clerk of Dint. No. 6. April 13, 1893. td NOTICE. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Astoria Iron Works will be held at their office on Monday evening May 1, 1893, at 7 p. m., ror the purpose of electing directors for the Ensuing year and the transaction of such bus iness aa may p.-operly come before the meeting. By order of the board of directors. JOHN FOX. Attest, President. A. L. FOX, Secretary. Astoria, Or., April 18, 1891 A billion Friends, A friend In need Is a friend Indeed, and not less than one million people have found sun a friend In Dr. Klnir's New Discovery for consumption, colds, and coughs. If you have never uuni this treat cougr medicine, one trial will convince you the It has wonderful cur ative powers In UI dleeaeea of throat, cheat and lungs. Each bottle is guar anteed to do all that Is claimed or money will be refunded. Trial bottle free at Charles Rogers' drug store. Large bot tle 60c and $1.00. CuilircaCrjforPitcliEr'sCastori A Rare Car for Pile. Itching; Pile a. known by moisture Ilk perspiration, causing Intenae Itching when warm. This form, as well aa blind, llleedlng or Protruding, yield at once to Dr. lioeanko's Pile Kernel y. which acts directly on the part after ted. abaorba tumor, allay Itching and effect a permanent cur. 60c. Druimlat or mall. Circular free. Dr. Bosanko, 824 Arch street, Philadelphia, Fa. Sold by J. W. Conn. OF THE Light Session of Municipal Legis lature Last Evening. ROUTINE BUSINESS TRANSACTED The Petition to Change the Name of Third Street In Upper Astoria Renewed. Th'j usual weekly meeting of the city council was held Hurt evening, Mayor Crosby in the chair. There were also present Councilmen Welch, Mc Gregor, Webfc;r, Barker, Lewis, O'Hara, Bergman and Thomson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The following petition, which was signed by a number of the property owners In Uppw Astoria, was read: To the Common Council of the City of Astoria: Gentlemen-We, the owners of proper ty adjacent to the streets herein named, most respectfully represent to your honorable body: That whereas. Third street In part of Upp'-'r Astoria and Elm street in the town of Alderbrook, and Elm street in Van Dusen's Astoria, all In the city of Astoria, are practically one street, each being an extension of thv other; And whereas, there is another street in Astoria generally known as, named and called Third street, it Is therefore expedient and desirable that all of said streets have one name. We, therefore, petition your honorable body to change the name of said Third street In said part of Upper Astoria, and give one name, and make one street of all said streets so named, and that you name the said street, extending from the west end of said Third street to the east end of said Elm street, in said Van Dusen's Astoria, "Elm" street, and your peti tioners will ever pray, etc. The petition was referred to the street committee. A petition from Messrs. George Barker for permission to erect a dock in front of their property in Uppertown, was referred to the commlttt'j on wharves and water frontage. Messrs. Thomson, Lewis and Barker, committee on ways and means, recorm mended that the report of the water commission be received and placed on eie. The same committee made Its report aa follows, on the quarterly statement of Auditor Osburn: "The above report appears to be correct, and we recom mend that the report be received and placed on file. The public property committee's iv port on the city cemetery was ordered refenid to the city attorney in order that he might recommend the proper course In the matter. In reference to the claim of A. W. Twombly for $5 for watching the quar antine building, the committee on ways ind means recommended that the claim referred back, on the ground that it was exorbitant. It was moved and seconded that the committee's report be idopted. Councilman O'Hara spoke in 'avor of allowing the claim, arguing hat in ctuAj contagious disease shout iiid lodgment In the city, no one woulJ e found to look after the sick. The notion prevailed, however. Similar reports W.-re made In refer ence to the claims of Emll Wesehe, for 5 and O. PeterRon for $15. On motion he reports were adopted. The superintendent of sti'jets re lortcd that "Cuss street from Chena nus to Court street Is in a very dilap idated condition, and especially that block between Second and Third, Is un safe for trawl and should be Imme diately rebuilt or fenced up." Referred to tliVi street committee. Mr. Chadwick also reported that "the head of Washington street sewer Using washed out, to prevent a incurrence I recommend that a wooden flume be constructed from the head of the Bewer to Nowlen's dam, and also a surface gutter to take the overflow." Referred to street committee. The ordinance providing for planking 1000 feet of the road from the west side of West Eighth street to Young Bay, was read a first time. Some dls cusslon as to the advisability of plank. Ing 2000 feet Instead of one, was had. The ordinance was amended so as pro. vide for the planking of 2000 feet and passed Its first and Becond leading. The ordinance relating to street assessments was amended so as to strike out that por tion providing that any abstract com pany could furnish abstracts of title where the price charged was less than the fee of the lecorder for such work. The ordinances in amended form, was then passed. Under suspension of the rules an or dinance was passed amending tection 1 of Ordinance 1615, entitled, "An or dinance In relation to the assessment and collection of taxes, defining the duties, and fixing the compensation of the city assessor." The ordinance providing for the es tablishment of the grade of Third street from Bonneville avenue to the claim Una of Adair's Astoria and Alderbrook was also finally passed. An ordinance was read first and sec ond time appropriating $300 out of the general fund for the benefit of the Po lice Telegraph company. The ordinance fixing the bond and salary of the auditor was vetoed by Mayor Crosby, but was subsequently pasted over the veto. Claims ordered paid: P. A. Stokes, $70.35; T. E. Grave. $1.75; FiUJerald A Co., $200; Budget, $3.75; nundry per sons, $15; Clatsop Mill Co., $9.59; A. McCroskey, $4. A number of claims were read a first tlmo and referred to committees. The following resolution "was offer by Mr. Welch: Resolved, That the street committee and city surveyor be and they are here by instructed to recommend to the council at its next regular meeting, the establishment of the grades of Fourth street- complete, in Adair's Astoria, An amendment, which was lost, was offeied, taking in Second, Third, Fifth, Sixth and Seventh streets. Upon motion the resolution , was passed. The meeting then adjourned. YOUNG MOTHERS Should early learn the necessity keeping on hand a supply of Gall Bor den Ifiagio urana uonaensea muk iu nurs iik babies as well as ror general cooking. It has stood the test for 30 years. Your grocer and druggest sell it. fiaeklen'i Arnica Halve, The best salve In the world for cuts. bruises, sores, plcers, salt rheum, fever ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, ana an stun eruption, ana positive ly cures piles, or no pay required, i Is e-uaranteed to give perfect satlsfac tlon or money refunded. Price 26 cents per box. For sale by Chas. Rogers, suc cessor to J. V. Dement. It disappear the worst forms of catarrh, with the use of Dr. Rage's Catarrh Remedy. Its mild, soothintr, cleansing and Healing proper ties effect a per fect and perma nent cure, no matter how bad the case, or of how long standing. It's a remedy that succeeds where everything els has failed. Thousands of such comb can be pointed out. That's the reason its proprie tors back tuoir laitn in tt wicn money, i iioy offer $500 reward for a case of catarrh which thev cannot cure. It's a medicine that al lows them to take such a risk. Doesn't com mon sense lead you to take such a medicine f . . . - " M 1 ,1 " An oaverumng ltute, you say. Funny, isn't it, how some people prefer sickness to health when the remedy is posi tive and the guarantee absolute. Wise men don't put money back of "fakes." And " faklne " doesnt tav. They believe in themselves. Isn't it worth a trial I Lint any trial preferable to catarrul " ' COMPLETE MANHOOD AND HOW TO ATTAIN IT. At last a medical work thnt tells the causes, desorlbes the effect, points tue remedy. Tals Is scientifically the most valuable, artlsllcally the most beautiful, medical book that has ap peared for year! (si !. every Dimo bearing a half-tone illustration la tints. Some of the subjects treated are Nervous Deb llty, Invpo tency, Sterility, Development, Varicocele, lho Husband. Those IntendlnR Man-lane, etc. Entry Han who woultl know the Grand Truth; the Plain Facte, the Old Secrete nn4 New Die covertre of Medical Science am aPfUcd to nt rled Lire, who would atone for pott fiMet ami amid future pitfalls, thould write for Ihie woKnuRFur. LfrtLic iiook . It will be sent free, under seal, while the edl tlon liwts. If convenient enclose ten cent to pay pootuge aloue. Address the publishers, . ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N. T. 3 & Q O e OB NEWS; ,: :.ie millions ol consumers of 0 Sett's Pills.! ' ,-.'cw Dr. Ttitt pleasure to an-J in. i that Iid is now put ting up a im UVER PILL a i. of f.;eMiint;ly mnll size, pv '.Ini.igoU the vlrtuusnf the W o;ms. .u:iruntel purely !, Itolli kllUS III i ncwi pills Q ' ! bwuud. 'i'Iiu L-xnc t size of .... .- U y J :TS TINY LIVER PILLS k .1 ii the bordur of this "ail." , XAPAK22S& CURB'. A new and complete treatment, contesting ol atippwdtorlcs, oinini- nt iu rni-snlcR, also in box and Pills; a pnnitlve euro f r tenia, In ternal blind or bleeding, itchlntr, chronic, recent or hereditary piles, and many other dlseHses and female weaknesses; it is always a great benefit to the veneral h- alth. The first discovery of a medical cure rendering an oper tlon with the knife unnecessary hereafter This remedy has never be n known to fall. 1 per box, 6 for tt; fent l.y mail. Why sutler from this terrible illseime whuu a written guar antee is riven with 6 boxes, to refund the money l( not cured. Head stamps Ir free famine, uuarantee Isstiea dv nnnawara Ulurk A Co., Wholesale and Retail DriirelKta "nio Aircma fortiana. w. Kit aie uVJ.v. Conn. Astoria Oi'gon. sm9?. GUMS UHEOVtB LIVER PILLS 0HLY ONE FOR A DOSE. RESULTS ARE WHAT TELL We unrmntee that on of thm pill at do, will proauo better result In th cure of Hridiehi CoaUvene, Bour Stomach, B Ad Breath and Dlssi nee,than three to flv of an other make, and do it without fritting and atokeninc Their wonderful action make you feel like a new belt . 800. a box DruwUte or naiL HoM&io M4. tfe ?hUa e , H. B. PARKER DEALER IS Lime. Hrlck, Sand, Klre Brick. Fire Clay. Cement, Mill heed, Oats, straw Uulr, - Wood Delivered to rder. Driving, Teaming ud Eiprcii Btuintu. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO.. WILLIAM WILION, Prop. FEED - AND - SALE - STABLE Central Eii rest and Delivery BimIdm. Dfllce 116 olney stivet Stable foot of Wast iwmn si, Asiorta, Telephone Ho. 44, ; Foard & Stokes onoouiis Dealer In Olxssware, Crockery. Ship Supplies, Tohaceo, Wine and Floe W'lWkhw. FlneTeaa and Coffee a Hiieelaltr. The Firtt Display of Fmlli Id the City, Freih on Every Steamer. turner 01 inira ana west Kigula streets. sC& :;, . SOCIETY MEETIWtlg. Scandinavian Benevolent Society. RBOULA.K MEETINGS OFTHI8 BOJIKTS at their rooms In Pythian buiWUik at emht o'oloc. r. m.. on the second and lourtu Tuea day i of each won t ti, AUG. DANlELSOJl Becretar,. Ooean Knoampmr.t Mo. 13, 1. 0. 0 If REGULAR MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN , .SaiT!ie1,t fi0- la!- P- - F-. t te la the Odd Fellows Bulldlmc, at seven v. u on the second and fotinb Munilavs of ea;li month, Sojourning brethren cordially itvitod. By order OP Aatoria Building & Loan Association THHKKGULAH MEETINGS OF TIIIHArSO ciatiuu are held at 8 r. m. on the firs' Wednesday of eovh uioutb. Ofllce on Genevievt street, south ol Clieuaiuus. W.LROBB, ' Secretary. Common Council. RBOPPAR MEETINGS. FIR8T AND I III Ml TllASHuv Avunln... V. u - j v.vu.uOVA VttUU U1VULU at 8 o'clock. -Persons desiring to have matters acted upon by the Council, at any regular meetlnu must p.OTci.v i7 onuic w tue Auimur ana uierK. on or before thn Vnduv Tuesday on which the Council hold its reioilar meeting. k. ObBURN. Auditor and Police Judw. Board of Pilot Commissioners. mHE RRGtTLAR HIEirnNnnm"ruTQ nm pn JL will be held on the first Hominy, of each nonth at 10 a. to. In the rooms of the Astoria Chamber of Commerce. W. L, ROB B, Sec BOOTS AND SHOES The Largest Stock, Best Quality and Lowest Prices at the Sign of The Golden Shoe. JOHN" UAHN MAGNUM C. CKOSItV, DEALER IN HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, ..-.J?0? ND FITTINGS. STOYES - AND - TINWARE. House Furnishing Goods, Sheet Lead.StriD Lead, i. Sheet Iron, Tin and Copper. Safes, Fireproof. T... nnUKrin.1 1 Inlna Dafna 1s-a In .t m -u vlsvu-(,uu ntiruio utic VLr 111 Ol UV sV a k the 473, Third St., Keal Estate Offlee. War ranted as good as the best. Terms very easy TT. V. UASHELl Agent. ttittMfi..iYN These tiny Capsules are superior to Juulsam of Copaiba, x Culiebs and Injections, (jfflfl They cure in 48 hours the y same diseases without anylncon venlence. SOLD BY ALL DRUGCMSTS CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. 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The patriotic and istoric features of these Coins and their limited number, compared with the millions who want them our population is 66,000,000 , have combined to create so great a demand for these World's Fair v 1 Souvenir Coins that they are UDerai oners irom speculators, wno wisn 10 aosom mem ana reap enormous profits, have been rejected for the reason that - This is the People's Fair We Are the People's 5ervAnts and a divided sense of duty confronts us We need $5,000,000 to fully carry out our announced plans, and We have decided to deal direct with the people To whom we are directly responsi bleamong whom an equitable distribution of these National heirlooms should be made. The World's Fair Offer to the American People: That none of our plans for the people's profit be curtailed we must realize from the sale of 5,000,000 Souvenir World's Fair Fifty cent Silver Coins the sum of $5,000,000. This means $1.00 for each Coin, a much smaller sum than the people would have to pay for them if purchased through an indirect medium. Every patriotic man, woman and child should endeavor to own and cherish one of these Coins, as they will be valuable in future years a cherished object of family pride. Remember that only 5,000,000 Coins must be divided among 00,000,000 people. 1 nese ioins could be sola at a high premium to Syndicates, but we have enough confidence in the people to keep the E rice at a Dollar for each Coin, as us will make us realize $5,000,000 the sum needed to open the Fair's gates on the people's broad plan. HllW tfl Get G to yur nearest Bank and subscribe for as many t1 r coins as you need for voir family and friends. These ICS COinS Sub-Agents of th world's Columbian Exposition win give you their receipt for your money, as delivery of these coins will not begin before December. There is no expense to you attend ing the distribution of the Souvenir Coins, as we send them to your local bank. If for any reason it is inconvenient for you to subscribe send Postoffice or Express Money Order or Registered Letter for as many coins as you wish with instructions how to send them to you, to TREASURER WORLD S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. CHICAGO, ILLS. Ordort will be Filled la th Order la wfcka Uty ar Reared, Ripans Tabules Ripans Tabules act gently but promptly upon the liver, stomach and intestines; cure habitual constipation, dispel colds, headaches and fevers. One tabule taken at the first symptom of indigestion, billi ousness, dizziness, distress after eating, or depression of spirits, will remove the whole difficulty in a few minutes. Ripans Tabules are com pounded from a prescription widely endorsed by the high est medical authorities and are presented in a form that is be coming the fashion with phy sicians and patients every where. One Box (Six Vlsls) Seventy-five Cents. One Package (Four Boxes) Two Dollars. Ripans Tabules may be ob tained of nearest druggist; or by mail on receipt of price. For fret sample addreet RIPANS CHEMICAL CO. NEW YORli. t''''. tatV ''V- '''' Csreits, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat ent business conducted for Moderate Fees. Our OrncE is Opposite U. S. Patent Office and we can secure patent in less tiiuo tbau those remote from Washington. Send aiodel, drawing or photo., with descrip tion. We advise, if patentable or not, free of charge. Our tee not due till patent is secured. A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents,'' with cost of same in the U.S. and foreign countries sent tree. Address, C.A.SNOW&CO, Opp. Patent Ornci, Washington, D. C. In the Couuty Court of the State of Oregon, for Clatsop County. In the matter of the estate of John L. Kolden, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un- enajdteu, administratrix of the eslMtt of Jfian L. Frtn. has filed in the above entitled ceurt her final account aa admitiistrati'lic of the above entitled estate, and the court has set Monday, May li-t, 19J, 1 o'clock p. m., at tht court house in said county and state, as the time and place for hearing said inal account. All persons lnterestec In said estate are notified to then anc there appear and show cause. If any why I he sai'l account should not be al lowed and the administratrix dls charged. (Signed) KAREN a POLDEN, Administratrix of the estate of Johr Ii. Folden. deceased. Fair Directors already quoted at large premiums. World's Fair Souvenir Coin for a Dollar. t for Sale I Running 2 THROUGH DAILY TRAINS Leav'ng Portland, 8 :45 AM. " " 7:30 PM. 3K 1 DAYS TO 2 CHICAGO 7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul, 23 Hours Quicker to Chicago, 40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and Kansas City. Pullman and Tourist Sleepers, Free Reclining Chair Cars, Din ing Cars. ASTORIA AND SAN FRANCISCO afhil, 181)3. Oregon Tuefday April 4. Columbia, raturaay Anrll 8. Stale Wednesday April 12. Oregon Hunriav April 1H. Columbia 'lliursduv April 20. K'lte Mimdav April 24. Oregon Friday April 28. ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMERJJ Morning boat leaves Astoria dally, except Sunday, a' 6 a. in.; returning, leaves Portland litlly, except Saturday, at8i. in. Night boat eiives Astoria daily, except Sunday, hi 6 p. m.i tiirnli cleaves Portland dallv,exo pt Sunday, il 7 a. in. l'he morning boat from I'm Hand inuk. s uidlngsem tne Oregon Ride. 1 iiesdavx, Tlmrs luys. n. i Saiurdays ; ii VVaalH Ktn"side Mnn 'a Wednesda.s mid Fridays. From Astoria lie morning boats miikes IhihIIiik mi the Ore :on fide Mondas. Wednesdays and Frldajs, ind oa the Washli gtuu bide lue&days, TLurs las and Saluidius. For rules aud general liifoimallon call on-or d dress, V. H, HTJRLBTJRT, G. W. LOUN8BEKRV. A. Gen run. A et. Areut Portland, Or, Astoria, Or. Is the line to take to nil points EASTand SOUTH t is the DINING CAR ROUTE It cfters tfce best service, comj biulng PEEDand COMFORT It is the popul: r route v.llh Ihose ho l li lo travel on It's therefore tlie rui'e i u rhrti'd tke. It runs llin ntli' ve.st.bnleii trah.s every duy iu the year to ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO No Change of Cars, "Ifgant ru'Iinan SIwp is, np'iior TtLrst pli'Mlid Free Second -c!af s Slcrpers, Only one change ol ears Portlai d to Xew York Through Tickets o Any Part of tlir civil'zed world Passeneers tifketed via all boats rnnnln between Atoria, kalania and Portland. Full Information concernine rat. tlma nt rains, routes and other details iurckted od ppucation to Agent Astoria. Steamer Telephone Dock. A. D. CHARLTON, Assistant General Passenger Agent, No, Ul First St.. eor. Watinington, Portland.. Oregon. illE : 0LT00N : ItAMIEY 1. A. CLETtLASD, Prop. Good Bread Cake and Prstrj, none dui ifie nesi Materials nsea. Satisfaction Guaranteed Customer?. Bread delivered in any part of th city FISHER BROTHERS SHIP CHANDLERS. Heavy and Bhjll HAEDWAEE Csr.7 in uy)t Wagon3 and Vehicles, Farm Marhlnery, Paints, ".fls. Varnishes, Mlgvra nupiuivB, rsupsiis ccju.es. Doors and Vi Incowa, PRovitiiows, FLOITB ind HILL HID. AST0KI1, - OEEGSO.