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I'CIIMBHEDBY Ismriao -I'oliiiutiiaa PublUliiuK Conipanj AVTOiilA. OREGON I . ,m lUII.LHy.i, . - CAi bTKKf TariM of Subscription. DAILY. t.'t ved oy Carrier, per week ............ is cm r r.it oy Mail, per inonLli 60 eta 1 nut by .Mall, per Year - ,.,.fJ.UO WEKKLY, Bt.u by mail, per year, fl 00 In advance, r- rue postage to subscribers. .K A UIIIAK HUIlMlltees lu U adVerllV' iurr,esi circulation ol .mj newspaper put .i on uiu omnium mver. TODAY'S- WEATHER. "Portland, Or., June 1. For Oregon and Washington: Continued fair weather. Local weather for the twenty-four h'.urg ending at 5 p. m., yesterday, ti rnlshed by the U. S. Department of A'iculture, weather bureau. Maximum temperature, 50 degrees. Minimum temperature, 48 degrees, l'erclpltatlon, .02 Inch. 'i'ota precipitation from July 1st, 1892, to date, 81.71 Inches. Excess of precipitation from July 1st 1892, to date, 8.18 Inches. UNFAIR ASSESSMENT. We are glad to see that the tax pul lers are aroused to the injustice of the high assessment In this county. The turn of $39,000, 'which Clatsop county pays for state taxes Is largely In ac cess of our fair proportion. It is note- worthy that the state board had to Increase the assessed value In twenty- one out of the thirty-one counties In this state. Judged by the rental or any other fulr standard, the valuation set on As torla property Is relatively far in ex cess of that put on Portland building loin and acreage. The time has come lor a change In the methods pursued here. LET US HAVE PEACE. It would be well for the country If llio tariff and currency could be taken out of polltlca We believe that the people would approve of the forming of a high commission composed of emi- nent men of all parties, for the purpose of framing a permanent plan for rals ing revenue and regulating the cur rency. The proposed commission might wisely devote six months to Inquiry and deliberation. Its scope might pro fltably be extended to the banking sys tem with the View of suggesting such changes In the national banking laws as would adapt them ta the changes connected with the payment of the public debt which now serves as the basis of circulation. Should the com jnlsHlon devise a wise, equitable policy, ln?d upon sound principles, It would confer almost as great benefits on the country as the convention that framed the federal constitution. The counry noeda repose. A leading protectionist merchant said to us: "I would rather permanent free trade than the uncer tainty which attends constant revis ion of the tariff." Vo believe enough patriotic men could be found to rise above party and do the work of the proposed commission so well that pub lic opinion would force congress to adopt Its suggestions. Less than ten years ago .the Inland Empire exported all the wheat which It sent abroad by way of the Columbia. That was the natural route which should have been able to defy nil com petitors, but owing chiefly to the lack of a railroad from Portland to Astoria, the Sound has acquired much of the wheat traffic. In the current wheat year, which begiui September 1, 1892, forty-three ships have sailed from the Sound with cargoea amounting to 2,450 793 centals. Thla Is a stubborn fact which Portland and all Oregon must take Into serlouB consideration. Prince Antolne, the husband of the Infanta Eulalle, appears to receive but little notice from the press or public. It might be borne In mind that he Is descended from the royal house of Bourbon, whleh, In Its day. was the friend of American freedom. The success of Mr. Croker's horses Might suggest that Tammany methods For the Next Thirty Dajs, To meec imperative demands, I will offer at such low prices on install ments, with easy payments, that have been adopted on the race-track. The chamber of commerce should ap point a special committee to report on the assessment question in all Its phases. Our city is feeling the evil effects of high taxes and high rents. The time for action has come. Those who thought that few Ameri cans would visit Europe this year, were away off on their calculations. Three thousand first-class passengers left New York for Europe on a slngl day last month. The nearer the democratic tariff bill, now being prepared. Is to free trade, the sooner the republican party will be returned to power by the people whose pockets will feel the change. There Is one consolation in the latest phase of the Hawaiian business Blount's acts, since he was appointed minister are at least constitutional which Is more than they were before, REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Following are the real estate trans fers as reported for the Astorlan by the Astoria Abstract, Tlth) and Trust Company: June 2d, 1893. S. King to F. H. A. King, NE 1-4 of SW 14 of sec. 14, T 7 N, H 10 W $ United States to Daniel Murray 8 1-2 of sec 2, N 1-2 of NE 1-4 of see 11, T 6 N, R 9 W, patent Van Dusen Investment Co., to Tha Bethanta, Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Congre gation, lot In Adair's Astoria, 1.100 FUNERALS. E. W. Kuykendall, the leading under taker, having completed arrangements to purchase goods direct from me iac- torles, regardless of middle men, has made a great reduction In the cost of funorals: $ 6.00 Cofdns reduced to 3.U0 8.00 Coffins reduced to COO 25.00 Collins reduced to .... 18.00 WITH HEARSE. 38.00 Coffins or casKets re'd to 25.00 40.00 Collins or caskets re'd to 30.00 60.00 Collins or caskets re'd to 40.00 75.00 Caskets reduced to.... 60.00 125.00 Caskets reduced to .... 75.00 SPECIAL CASH DISCOUNTS. Welch Block, 718 Water St., Astoria, Oregon. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that I have been appointed administrator of the es tate of Thomas Shay, deceased. All persons Indebted to said estate, are no tified to pay the same to me, at tne office of Robb & Parker, at Astoria, Oregon, forthwith; and all persons hav Inn claims against saia estate, are hereby notified to present the same to me, at the above place, within six months from the date hereof. F. L. PARKER, Administrator of the above estate, Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 13th day of May, 1893. LADIES' TEA Is a pleasant drink, which will be borne by the stomach without nau sea or griping. It acts thoroughly on the liver, kidneys and reproductive or gans. A gentle pnysic, eincieni uiu- retlc, and 1b most useful in scant or painful menstruation. It aids diges tion and reduces corpulency; clears the complexion, rendering It fair, and re storing the natural tone of the skin, br it removes the ulle, wnlcn ty ac cumulation, produces the sallow, mud dy complexion, peculiar to the con stipated. Sold by all druggists. A Htire Cure fur Piles. Itching Piles n.e known by moisture like pei'Hplratlon, causing Intense Itching when warm. This form, as well as Blind, Illeedlnar or Protruding, ylela at once to Dr. llosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly on the parts affected, absorbs tumors, allays Itching and effects a permanent cure. 60c. DruKglst or mail. Circulars free. Dr. Bosauko, 329 Arch street. Philadelphia, Pa, Sold by J. W. Conn. A Wonderful Engine. 'annul lie Surpassed An engine exerting surpassing power Is always a source of wonder, and yet how many are entirely forgetful of the existence within themselves of an en gine more powerful nnd enduring than any over Invented. Not perhaps until they experience Irregular pulse, heart Muttering, asthmatic breathing, tender ness In Bhoulder and arm, swollen ankles, weak and hungry spells, smoherlng, short breath, or pain In side, when Its existence Is no longer to be denied, as the pos sessor must know he has heart disease. Mrs. LeHnr, Fltchburg. Mich., had heart disease fifteen years; had to hire house help; lived on liquid food,, used Dr. Miles' neart uuro nnu nil symtoms lelt her. Vonl limed use cured her. Bold bv Clrns. llogors on a guarantee, who will give iuu uuciur uouk iree. NOTICE TO FISHERMEN. I will receive sturgeon and pay cash for them at the following places: North Shorn cannery, Frankfort; Aug. Lar son'B scow. Tongue Point; Lars Paul ion's scow, Point Ellis, and at Aug. Danlelson'a Astoria. JOHN AHNQUIST. THE FORCED MORTGAGE SALE. Of Herman Wise's stock Is now In full blast. Everything sacrlllced. M. WISE. Mortgagee. P. S. All persons IndeblVnl ,to Her man Wise wHl please settle at once. NOTICE! Use Zlnfnndel wine Intend of coffee or tea. U) cents pir Kallon. Dont foiyot Tench and apricot brand v. alno French Cognac nnd wine at Alex. Gilbert's. YOU CM HAVE A HOBIE IN YOU. SHOULD READ THIS. The popularity of the Union Pacific Is best letermlned by the superior service It accords to the traveling public in main taining two dally through trains to Omaha, St, Paul, Chicago and points east, thoroughly equipped with all the latest appliances for the comfort and safety of its patrons besides shortening the distance materially with its fast trains. The pres ent train schedule enables passengers to reach St. Paul Beven hours quicker and Chicago twenty-four hours quicker. Omaha and Kansas City and Intermediate points, forty hours quicker than any line from the Paclllc Northwest. Patronize the Northern Pacific railroad If you are going Kant. Low rates of fare, through tickets, baggage checked td desti nation. All purchasers of second class tickets can stop over at Portland. Rates of fare same as from Portland. If you have friends In Europe whose passutce you' wish to prepay to Astoria, call at the Northern Paclllc oflice.steamer Telephone dock, and make known your wants. Reduced rates via all the lead ing steamship lines. All the patent medicines advertised In this paper, together with the choicest perfumery, and toilet articles etc., can be bought at the lowest prices at J. W". Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hotel, Astoria. Handley & Haas, 150 First street, Port land, have on sale the Dally Astorlan, so that visitors need not miss their morning paper when they are here. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Fran cisco, Is our authorized agent. This paper Is kept on file at his office. RUSSELL SAGE, The well-known financier, writes: 606 Fifth Avenue, New York City, December 20, 1890. "For the lost twenty years I haw been using Alllcock's Porus Plasters. They have repeatedly cured me of rheumatic pains and pains In my side and back. Whenever I have a cold, on'j on my chest and one on my back speedily relieve me." "My family are never without them.1 RUSSELL SAGE. Attempt at Suicide. It Might Hare Been Prevented. From the Boston Post. While the walks in the Public Garden were crowded yesterday afternoon about 4.30 o'clock, people near the entrance gates at the corner of Beacon and Charles streets were horrified to see a man suddenly plunge n knife repeatedly into his throat and fall to the ground. While waiting for a conveyance an officer questioned the would-be suicide, who was about 50 years of age, as to his name, address, and reason for wishing to end his life, but the man steadfastly refused to give any inior-1 mation regarding himself. He was taken to the Massachusetts General Hospital and surgical attendance given him. Although weak from loss of blood it is probable he will recover. About 0 o'clock last night a hospital attendant trot a little information from him. He said lib name was Samuel D , and that he came some weeks ago from New Brunswick. The last few days ii head has felt queer, and he lias been wan dering about the city, not knowing which way to turn. What impelled him to commit his rash act he was unable to say. The above is the familiar hut terrible story of the results of mental derangement caused by overstrain of the nervous system. 'eoplo who have dizziness, headache or back ache, or who are troubled with melancholy or despondent feelings, are already well on the road which leads to insanity and suicide. "Dr. Miles Medical to.: 1 cannot lind language in which to express njy apprecia tion of the great benelit I have derived from the use of your Restorative Nervine. when are became a burden 1 would use the Nervine to soothe my weakened nerves, and to calm my exhausted and irritable brain." Mrs. II. Brown, Rochester, N. Y. Dr. Miles Hestoratwe Aetvme lias no equal n curing Nervous Diseases. It contains no opiates or dangerous drugs. Sold on a positive guarantee by all druggists and Dr. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, Ind. JSmall Guaranteed ta cure Bilious attacks, Blck Headache and Constipation. 40 in each bottle. Price 25c. For sole by druggists. Picture "7, 17, 70" and sample doe free. J. F. SMITH A CO., Proprietors, NEW YORK. H tOTM jnnj Highest of all in Leavening power. -Xatest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY EVERY LABOBD JG Can avail himsu'lf of tbjj gohlen opportunity. LOTS IN THIS CHOICE ADDITION FOR $75 EACH, AT $5 DOWN ON DOND, AND $5 PER KONTH. Cures Scrofula lira. E.J. Rowell, Medford, Mas3., pays her mother has been nnrert of Pcrof n la by the usoof four bottles or ICTrfT'Tl after. Having nau much other tra atment, and being reduced to qui te a low condition of 'health, as it was thought alio could not live. INHER5TED SCROFULA. nrrpr7A Pnrr-rt my little boy of hereditary I Scrofula, which apiiearcd all over csfcJ3. liii face. For a year I hail given up all hopoot Ilia recovery, when finally I was imliioed to uso fi,7'l."''l fw bottles euro I liliu, anil Ifrffiafo'J no symptoms of the disease remain. ius. T. I,. Mathers, ilatherville, Mies. Our twolc on Bloo 1 and Skin Diseases mailed free. SWIPT Sl-KCIPIC Cu.. AtUua. r.i. SYPHILIS A New Remedy A true Specific a positive and permanent elimination of ail poison from the blood, and a restoration of healthy vigor to the tissues u offered to sufferers for the first time in a remedy which has been undergoing the most severe private experiments for the past three years. It has not yet failed, and it will not fail, as it is a True 8 pec flic for Syphilitic poison and all blood diseases.' Do you be lieve it 1 Sena for full particulars and proof free. t Stop filling your system with mercury and other poisons. This remedy will cure you in 30 to qo days without fail. We guarantee a cure or refund the money. Address MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO., To First Street PORTLAND, OB" O. A. STINSOtf cz CO.. BLiACKSMiTHTNf; Ship and Canner work. (lonnioelnf, Watt ons niadeunil repaired, tioio w.rk wiaTunteed On Cats strtwt. oiite tin' . im Talk owe CARFJAHAfJ .& CO .-ucccssors to I. W.Chbc, Importer and Wholesale and Itctuil dealer In GENERAL MERCHANDI IE Car. Second and Cuss Street, ASTORIA, OREGON ' Incandescent, all nitdit $1.50 12 o'clock... 1.00 " 10 " ... 75 For particulars inquire of any member 01 tne lirm or at tne ollice, loot ot Uon comly St. West Snoitis Mills Co.. T. O. Trullinger, rresident. SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Clatsop county: William Lehnlg, plaintiff vs. Emma Corder, Lydlo. Jamison, Jennie John son, Sophia Lehnlg and Augusta Mc- Connell, defendants. To Emma Corder. Lydla -Jamison Jennie Johnson, Sophia Lehnlg, and August Mcuonneii. In the name ol the state of Oregon, you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed in 'the above court and cause, on or before, the first day of the term of thla court, next following the expiration of six week's publication of this summons, which will be the nineteenth day of June, isu3, ana it you tail to appear or an swer, for want thereof plaintiff will taxe juugment against you for the sum of six hundred and nlnty-elght dollars, with Interest thereon from the 15th day of August 1891, at the rate of eight per cent, per annum, and for costs and dlsbursments of this action: and will also take an order directing me saie or certain real property belonging to you, which has been at tached in this action, and which real property Is situated in the county of Clatsop, state or Oregon, and partic ularly described as the northwest quar ter of the northeast quarter and the east half of the northwest quarter of section tnirty-one, or township seven north, range eight west in Clatsop county, Oregon. Service of summons in this action by puDiication is made pursuant to an order of the Hon. Thomas A. McBrlde, judge of the above entitled court, dated the 4th day of May, 1S93. W. T. BURNET, Attorney for Plaintiff. Dated May 4th, 1893. Heariquattcrs Department of the Columbia, OHlce oi Chic! Qniirtmimistur, Vancouver Bar racks, Wash , May lii, 189.1. 8-aled proposals, in triplicate, will be rc. elved at this office or at the ollices of the (iuiirtermasters at the fol lowing named posla until 11 o'clock A. M., 120th meridian 'ime, June liith, 1K3, ana then opened, for furnishing l-'uel, Fonijre a d Bed duiK at the everul military stations In the De partment of the U-ilmnbia, during the fiscal jear coinini'iH-lii'; July 1, 181, viz: Boise Bar racks ond Knrtslioriimii, Idaho, l'orMnud, Ore con, and Forts I'auby, Spokan-, Tnwnsend, Walla Wal'o mid Vancouv r Depot, Viih. All Infoimation furnished on upplicall n here, or, v uiiim oi ruspi-c-.ive rua vuant'rnia-acrs. l'ho U.S. reserves tho rinhl to reject the whole or any part of any hid received, and hi la will be considered for a smaller amount than the Whole. Envelope containing pr-'posnls should be marked: "Proposals 'or fuel aii'l l'orae at ," and addressc I to the unrte'swiod or to the r.-speetive Quartermaster. KOBIN HON, Depu y Qnarteriunsier ticmrnl, U. S. A., Chlcl Quartermaster. ELECTRIC LIT HILL'S FIRST ADDITION. W OR , Fapans Tabules Ripans Tabules act gently but promptly upon the liver, stomach and intestines; cure habitual constipation, dispel colds, headaches and levers. One tabule taken at the first symptom of indigestion, billi- ousness, dizziness, distress after eating, or depression of spirits, will remove the whole dilliculty m a lew 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 me lasnion wnn pny sicians and patients every where. One Box (Six VUls) Seventy-five Cents. Cine Fackjge (hour Boxes) Two Dollars. Ripans Tabules may be ob tained of nearest druggist; or by mail on receipt of price. For free sample addresw RIPANS CHEMICAL CO. i NEW YORK. I; , O.ttM. I MIHIHIIIMIIIIIIII CLATSOP LAND CO. Incorporated with $23,000 Capital Block, Real Estate and Insnranco Brokers, Notary l'ubliv and Conveyuin era. Special attention paid to rents, payment of txo etc., for non residents. Hole ugents lor South Astoria, Pros pect I'aiK, Hemlock Park and Owen's Addition, also best HeaHlde, business nnd inside property ami cnoice acreage, li t i Him sr., Astoria. HUGHES & CO., Whoiesiile and KctaU LIOUOR D E A LERS. I" txnte.ikol All Uranus ol Foreign and Domett tic Wines, l.liiuors mid Cigars. J. II. Gutter Whiskies a specialty. Vai Hint) Hoilled Butr, Finest braixls of Key West anii I ""iiieauc IjlKI'.rs l.jiiuors fer MeillcuiHl Purposes. rf.'iiiiily 1:ad Solicited All oider-i Iron-tin Oil and f ouuirv prop-e,iy llllfiil. HijiMinniiiip Hlreet, Astoria. ireao. X. 3d. c5 INT. OO. Steamer llwaco Leaves Astoria dailv at 7:30 a. m. for llwaco chlliiifr, at Tansy Point, aud coimeetiiiK with railroad running norm ar, iu a, m, nnu Willi boats on shoal water bay for South Kcnd, Suimliltic, North Cove Anil oilier points (trough to tiray'H Har bor. KetnrniiiK connects at- llwaco with s earners for Astoria and Nljrlit lloati for roriiuna. JOHN It. GOULTER. L. A. LOOJIIS. Keeretiiry. Preside)!!. K. V. KdltKlil', Hupei In tendon t. PORTLAND AND ASTORIA. Steamer Telephone. Leavos Astoria Every evx'nlnir except Sunday at7p.m. .! Anivcsat Astoria Every day except Sunday I ai i p. in. Leaves Portland Every aay except Sunday at i a. m. u. w. biunk, Agent, Astoria. E. A. 8kki.iv, General Agent, Portland Or. 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