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iliifi DAilA ASTOlilAJN, AdTUKIA, THURSDAY AIOUNrNG, JULY 13, ISiKJ
llthl.IHUKD BY hurmavlnmbian PublisLintr, .tnjiii'iinj, AoTOBIAj OBKOON I A,tnIA HOiLDIlM. - - - CA8 8TBKT ttm at 8bMritio. DAILY . ,'rVed os Carrier. ir w. . Uull OMtlnnlllh M ou . . ji by Man. Kr Vear WtKKLY. t'f i by mail, per year, 12 00 In ad nc. i me pueUiKe ui subscriber. BIDS FOR WOOD. ...nnlMl., Ifjl MlYOfllWr' .."".rV.r.ur.m "any u.p,K.r mil- i mi u me uuiiiuiuu iv... TODAY'S WEATHER. Portland, July 7.-Kor Western Ore gon and Western Washington: Fair, but partially cloudy weather, slightly cooler. For Eastern Oregon and WnBh lngton: Continued fair weather. Portland, Or.. July 8.-For Oregon utid Washington: Generally cloudy o partly cloudy weather, with occasional rains, except In southwestern Oregon, where fair weather will prevail; f.la llonary temperature west of the Cas cade and cooler to the east of them. Ixcal weather for the twenty-four hours ending at 6 p. m., yesterday, furnished by the U. S. Department of AMculture, weather bureau. Maximum temperature, 08 degrees. Minimum temperature, D7 degrees. rerclpltatlon, .01 Inch. Total precipitation from July 1st, 1S93, to date, .49 Inch. Excess of precipitation from July 1st, 1893, to date,, .01 Inch. There was a notable gathering at Newark, N. J., e few days ago, which was of a decidedly martial character, and had It been In a border state might well have caused Canadians some niarm. The Irish-American Military Union, composed of Irishmen Whr, fought In the Union army and for France, were In camp there, under arms, and with banners that were dis tinctive and breathed a hope for Ire land's autonomy. The religious ser vices themselves had a strong military flavor, and even the non-mllltant, the chaplain, was presented with a sword and the adornment of a soldier. The free traders are filled with the notion that they can make up the loss In revenue they contemplate through an income tax. They cannot do It, however, by taxing Incomes only In ex cess of ten thousand dollars. The small Incomes are those that yield the bulk of the revenue, because they are the more easily ascertained. The "Hartford Post" says that It was what It calls "the blue stroke" that knocked out the Harvard boys at New Ijondon. And when tho young gradu ated get engaged In a ncwnWK'r of fice and hand In their "copy," they'll meet that same "blue stroke" again, but from a pencil Instoud of nn our. There was not one word about tho "robber tariff" In Mr. Cleveland's extra r.esslon proclamation, Perhaps Mr. Cleveland has changed his mind about the tariff, Just an he changed his mind about the extra session. There Is no mistake abuut the genu ineness of tho good feeling expressed toward Vice-IVesldent Stevenson In the Houth. Ho has nn offices to glvo out. The only one at his disposal was rIvoii to his son. It was Admiral Tryon's fault, It now seems, that tho magnificent ltritlsh Fteel, flagship and four hundred Itrltlnh "hearts of oak" were lost; but ho paid dearly for his error. The coming congress will bo a de cided Improvement upon Its democratic predecessors If It gives tho country even a llttlo bit of wlno financial legis lation. Ex-Speaker Crisp Is no fool, whatever else he may bo. To tlwlwe his posl tlon on the Bllver question might des troy his Influence with the administra tion. Senator Iltll Is kept busy these d.tys watching Tummnny to gee that it doesn't make & deal with tho adminis tration that will leave him high and dry. ' This tlmo It was a St. Louis family that used the cook stove as n, bank. The amount burned was $1700. Notice Is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by H. B. Ferguson, clerk of School District No. 1, of Clatsop county, Oregon, until July 19, 1893, at 1 o'clock p. m., for the purchase of 280 cords, or over, of wood. Wood to be of good fir, cut from green timber- The right to reject any and all bids is hereby reserved. By order Board of Directors. II. B. FERGUSON, District Clerk. Dated Astoria, July 6, 1893. FROM CYRUS W. FIELD, JR. Ruckleu'i Arnica Salve. The best salve In the world for cuts, brulsen, nores, plcers, Bait rheum, fever sores, l. 'r, chapped hands, chilblains, cori.t. m l all skin eruptions, and positive ly cures plies, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents oer box. J-'or sale by Clias. Rogers, suc cessor to J. C. Dement Attempt at Suicide. 8 East 5Cth Street, New York, May 8h, 1893. Several times this winter I have suf fered from severe colds on my lungs. Koch time I have applied Allcock's Porus Plasters, and In every lofttanoe I have been quickly relieved by apply ing one across my chest and one on my back. My friends, through my advice, have tried the experiment and also found It most successful. I feel that I can recommend them mont highly to any one who may see fit to try them. CYHUS W. FIELD, JR. FUNERALS. E. W. ICuykendall, the leading under taker, having completed arrangements to purchase goods direct from the fac tories, regardless of middle men, has made a great reduction In tho cost of fina-rals: $ 5.00 Cofllns reduced to f 3.00 8.00 Collins reduced to G.00 25.00 Collins reduced to .... 18.00 WITH HEARSE. 30.00 Cofllns or casKets re'd to 25.00 40.00 Collins or caskets re'd to 30.00 50.00 Cofllns or caskets re'd to 40.00 75.00 CuskHs reduced to.... 60.00 125.00 Caskets reduced to .... 75.00 SPECIAL CASH DISCOUNTS. Welch Block, 718 Water St., ABtoria, Oregon. ASTORIA TO THE WORLD'S FAIR. Astoria to Chicago !n four days. This Is the time made by the Union Pacific. Rates have been reduced to a very low figure. Go no-v before higher rates take effect. For further Information call at ticket office Union Pacific dock. Q. W. LOUNSEERIIY, Agent. NOTICE. The firm of Wilson & Hendren, ex-1 pressmen, is this day dissolved by mu tual consent. All debts due the firm must be paid to Wm. Hendren. All debts owed by the nrm will De paia bv the old firm. Wm. Wilson will con- . tlnue the express business at the old stand. WM. WILSON, WM. HENUitlliW. 2,228,672. These figures represent the number of bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which were sold In the United States from March. 1891. to March. 1892. Two million, two hundred and twenty-eight thousand, six hundred and seventy-two bottles sold In one year, anu eacn ana every bottle was sold on guarantee that money would ue rerunaeu ll sat isfactory results did not follow Its use. The secret of Its success Is plain. It never disappoints ana can always De depended on as the very best remedy for Coughs and Colds, ets. Price 50c. and $100. At Chos. Rogers, drugstore. A RUINOUS LOSS. Why Is It that people In general are so prone to disregard loss of strength. clearly perceptible In bodily shrinkage, failure of appetite, broken rest? Incotn- prehenHible but true. Sheer careless ness, an overweening confidence In the power of nature to recuperate these ure suggestible reasons. One ot-sthe most olservable signals or danger thrown by distressed nature Is waning strength. An elllelent tonic Is tho best safeguard against Impending peril. Among the Invigornnts which modern science hns developed and experience approved Is Hostetter's Htotniu-h Bit ters, and It occupies tho first. Diges tion, renewed by thlB genial stomachic. compensates for a drain of vital force, and a regular action of the bowels and tiiinoull condition of the nerves, Doth insured by Its use, co-oerate In the complete realisation of vigor. The bit ters remedies liver and kidney trouble and malaria. SHOAL WATER BAT OYSTERS. Fresh oysters can now be obtained dally for GO cents a quart, by leaving orders at this ofllce addressed to Hom er Fletcher. It Might Have Been Prevented. From the Boston Post While the walks in the Public Garden were crowded yesterday afternoon about 4.3i) o'clock, people 'near the entrance gntes nt the corner of .Beacon, and Charles streets wero horrified to see a man suddenly plungo a knife repeatedly into his throat and fall to the ground. While waiting for a conveyance an officer questioned tho would-be suicide, who was about CO years of age, as to his name, address, and reason for wishing to end his life, but the man steadfastly refused to give any infor mation regarding himself, lle was taken fo lie Massachusetts General Hospital and surgical attendance given him. Although weak from loss of blood it is probable lie will recover. About 0 o'clock last nigbt a hospital attendant got a little information from him. He said his name was Samuel D , and that he camo some weeks ago from Kew Brunswick. The last few days hit head hat felt queer, and he has been wan dering about thecity, not knowing which way fo turn. What impelled him to commit his rash net he wag unable to say. The above is tho familiar but terrible story of the results of mental derangement caused by overstrain of the nervous system. People who have dimness, 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 Co.: I cannot find language in which to express my apprccin lion of tho great benclit I have derived from the use of your Restorative Nervine. When life became a burden I would use the Nervine to soothe my weakened nerves, and to calm my exhausted and irritable brain." Mas. II. Brown, Rochester, N. Y. Dr. MUti Restorative Nervine has no equal in curing Nervous Diseases. It contains no opiates or dangerous drugs.' Sold on a positive guarantee by nil druggists and L'r. Miles Medical Co- Elkhart, lnd. No Use for Lard. That's the happy and healthy condition of thous ands of housekeepers who have been bright enough to try iottolene THC HEW SHORTENING. which is a pure, perfect and popular substitute for lard for all cooking purposes. The success of Cotto lene has called out worth less imitations with similar color and similar names. Look out for these. "All that glitters is not gold," and all that's yellow is not Cottolene. There is but one valuable new shortening, and that is Cottolene. It is healthful, delicate and economical as a single trial will prove. At leading Grocers. Watch the name. REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES. N. K. FAIRBANKS CO., Bole Manufacturers, ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO, NEW YORK, BOSTON. pRGURIAL Mr. J C. Jones, of Fulton, Arkansas, "About ten years aire tracted a severe case of blood poi son. Leading physicians prescribed medietas af ter medicine, which I took without any relief. I also-tried mercurial and potash remedies, with unsuccessful results, but which broupht on nn attack of mercurial rheumatism that made- my life niifiifia n ifnn one of agony. g ?I Si j J f I IV J After suffering I8llWlifJt I lUtil four years I gavo up all remedies and began, using 8. S. S. After taking several bottles I was entirely cured and able to rcsumo work. K5?yVS1l 19 ,tl10 Kreate8t medicine for blood i'uibuuiijk umiruii iijo mantel. ., ,.,,..,..,..1 , Trcatisoon Blood and Bkin Diseases mailed tcee. Bwiit Specific Co., Atlanta, C i. SYPHILIS! A New Remedy A true Specific fl positive and permanent elimination of all poison from the blood, and a restoration of heilthy vigor to the tissues 11 offered to sufferers for tlie first time in a remedy which has been undergoing the most severe private experiments for the past three years. It has not vet failed, and it will not fail, ai it is a True Sperlflci lor Syphilitic poison and all blood diseases. Do you be lieve it V Send for full particulars and proof free. Stop filling your system with mercury and other poisons. This remedy will cure you in 30 to go days without fail. AVe guarantee a cure or refund the money. Address MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO., iTo Flint Street 1'OltlXAM), Ol O. A. STINSON & CO.. blAcksmith'ing Ship and Cannery work, llors.iioeliir, W ag on made and repaired. (io Hl work ttuaianired Ou Cass street, opposite Ino ' (.n Talk ., r. CARNAHAfv! & CO Successors to I. V. Case, Importer aud Wholesale and Retail dealer in 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 arid are presented in a form that is be coming the fashion with phy sicians and patients every where. One Box (Six Vials) Seventy-five Centf. One Package (Four Boxes) 1 wo Dollars. Ripans Tabules may be ob tained of nearest druggist; or by mail on receipt of price. I'or free sample address RIPANS CHEMICAL CO. NEW YORK. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Cor. Second and Cakr HtreeL Al s k s i r. j r. ASTORIA. OREGON A IV U- - I A Ml V L-l I I UUI Ll 1 1 1 LS lV ELECTRIC LIGHTS lncnndesccnt, nil nibt. . . . $1.50 1 " 12oV)oek... 1 1.00 10 " ... 75 For particulars inquire of any member of the firm or at the ollice, foot of Con comly St. West Siiobk Mills Co., T. O. Trullinger, President. Seaside Saw Mill. A complete stock if lumber ou luuid in the roiiKli (ir drepscil. Flonriiw, Rustic, Ceiling, ami nil kinds of llnlsli; Moi.Ulintrs and Kliin Kles ; nlho liracket n oik done to order Terms reasonable and prices at bod rock. All orders promptly attended to. Ollice ami yard at mill. 11. KL. LOU AN, Propr, Seaside, Oregon, ROSS, HICCINA. CO. iJutchers - and - Grocers, Astoria, aud Upper Attorla. Wine Teas and Coff-es, Table Di'licaeis, Koiuesllis anil Tropical Fruits, Veneiu blm, sugar cured limns, bacuii, etc. CHOICE FRESH & SALT MEATS ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant to and by virtue of the order- of the honorable county court of the state of Orfceon for the county of Marlon, duly made and entered of record by said court on the 28th day, February, 1893, the undersigned administrator of the estate of W. J. Herron deceased, will on the 1st day of July, 1893, at the hour of 10 o'clock a, m. of said date at the front door of the court house, in tne city or Astoria, m the county of Clatsop, in said state, woll at public sale to the hlchfest bidder for cash, the fol lowing described real estate belonging to the estate, of said deceased, to wit: Lots numbered nine (9) ten (10) eleven (ll) and twelve (l), in , block number one hundred and thirty-eight (138), In town (now city) of Astoria, as laid out and mapped and recorded by John M. Khlvely, in Clatsop county, Oregon. Dated May 29, 1S93. J. J. SHAW, Administrator of the Estate of W. J, Herron, Deceased. Iucorporated with $23,000 Capital Stock. Real Estat and Insurance Brokers, Notary fUDiic aua conveyancers, npeciai attention paid to rents, payment of taxes, etc., for non residents. Bole agents for South Astoria, Pros pect Haik, Uemlock Park and Owen's Addition, also best Seaniue, business and inside property aua cuoice acreage, 4H i Mira si., Astoria- HUGHES & CO., Wholesale and Retail LIQUOR DEALERS. ImiK.ricih oi All Urauas ot tiorelga and Domes tic Wines. Liuuorsand Clears. J. ll. mtier Wnlnnma a specialty. Vai Blati But tlmi Leer. Klneit brands of Key West and lioniesiic UiliarS l.l'iiiors lor Mrtdlellia) funioses. taiuiiy trade (solicited All ordeni from tin l.ii-y and Douurry propNiy u.ieu. rtiiieiiioiiie Htreei , - Astoria. lres;oi Steamer llwaco Leaves Astoria daily at 7:no a. m. for llwaoo chllion at Tansy Point, and coiiuectiuu; with railroad running north at 10 a. in, ami with boats nn shoalwattfr bay for South Heiid, Muumliine, Nortli Cove And oilier points through to Urajr'N liar, bor. Upturning coimecm at Hwaco with a earners (or Astoria and Nlglit Boats for Portland. JOHN It. UOULTEH. h. A. LOO MIS. Heorediry. l're.sidenl. K. V. EUliKKT, Supmlntendeiit. PORTLAND AND ASTORIA The United States Official Investigation of Baking Powders, Made under authority of Congress by the Chemical Division of the Dep't.of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, and recently completed, Shows the Royal Baking Powder to be a cream of tartar baking pov der of the highest quality, superior to all others in strength, leaven ing power, and general usefulness. The Royal Baking Powder is thus distinguished by the highest expert official authority the leading Baking Powder of the world Steamer Telephone. Loaves Astoria Every evening except Rnlur- da at 7 i. m. Ariivcsat Astoria Every day except Sunday at 2 p. m . Leaves Portland Kvery nay except Sunday al 7 a. III. V. W. stunk, Agent, Astoria. K. A. tlKKI.itv, (leneral Agent, Portland Or. tin: iioi njinis, TIIKlii WORKS AND RELICS, REV. STEPHEN D. PEET, Ph. D.. KrCTOR or AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN, Author of Animal Efflgic? and Emblematic Mounds, etc. This book treats of the Slound-bnilders; their occupation, moles of life, religious systems, tribal divisions and early migrations. Tho work contains descriptions of tho earth works of all classes. The clnscillcntloii of the mounds is mndu according to tnelr uses, whether as village residences, a defenses, as religious structures, or as sacrificial or burial places. The work contains many illusirntlons and descriptions of Mound-builders' relics, es pecially pipes and pottery. Tho vn1-i nt the book is that It contains a comprehensive view of tho whole field, and Kivs in torn, at ln about the mounds i.nd relies of U stiitoi and districts. It is one of a series which i. dev.ted to pre historic America, ami perhaps would be regarded as tho most Inter esilni; volume. The author solicits subscriptions. Orderscnu be seut to tho publishing house, 175 v abash avenue, Chicago, or to the author nt Avon, 111. FRI,CK,3.50. QUICK TIME 0 SAN FRANCISCO AND. ALL POINTS IN CALIFO-M. Via the Mt. ShaMa Route of the Southern Pacific Oomp'y Th lOuly ;Kouto Through California to al Points East and Sooth The Scenic Route of the Paeific Coast. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS -AND SECOND-CLASS SLEEPING CABS AtUched to express trains, nfToi.tlnt; uup rlor accommodations for socond-claas passengers. For rates, tickets, sleeping car reservations etc., call upon or address B. P. 110(1 Kits. Amlst ant Geneial Freight and Passenger A;cnt. Port and. Or. The CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL F. AILWAY. CONNRCTING WITH Al.l. TliANSOONl'IN EN T Ah LINKS, -IS THE oircrsr liue RUNNING Electric Lighted Cars bevve-:n ST. PAUL and CHICAGO AND OMAHA and CHICAGO. Tho EXPRESS THATNS consist of VESTI- BULKII, HI.KKPING, 1HMNU AM PA It .OR C ARS, Uc ATCO BY STLAfJS And furnished with every luxury known tc modern railway travel. For pscdt fCcmfort anrSsfety this Um is Unequ-lei Tickets ou sale at all tromin nt TaVxe offices. For further In formation inquire of any tick !i;:ent, or f . ,r. EDDY. Opneral Afft. .1. . CASEY, Tinv. Puss. Aft. HOKTLAXD, OliKUO.N. YOU CAN HAVE A HOHE. IN HILL'S FIEST ADDITION. For the Next Thirty Days, To meet imperative demands, I will ofler at such low prices on install ments, witli easy payments, that EVERY LABORING MAN OR MECHANIC Can avail himself of tlih golJon opportunity. LOTS IN THIS CHOICE ADDITION FOR $75 EACH, AT $5 D0W4 ON BOND, AND $5 PER MONTH. For - Thirty - Days - Only I make this .ffer. Less than one mile from Astoria Box Factory on Columbia river. Streets 75 and alleys 20 feet wide.