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THE DAILY A8T0RI AN, .ASTORIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. 3IAY 23, 1894.
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YESTERDAY'S WEATHER.
Maximum temperature, 71 degrees;
minimum temperature, 48 degree, pre
cipitation, none. , , , ,,
Total precipitation from July 1, 18W
a mi in.hui' pkpprh of nreclol-
tatlon from July 1, 1X93. to date. 26.
Inches.
AROUND TOWN.
More Ice melted In town yesterday
than for some time.
J. T. Rom has a bouncing boy baby
at his house several days old.
M. C. Crosby is expected home till
evening from a Portland trip.
Millinery, 25 per cent off for cash fo
the next fifteen days, at 474 Thin
street.
Thorn Is verv little Astoria money go
ing to Bnn Francisco this year to play
the races.
Early apples will soon be here. Ko
keep hot cloths and ginger where tin
will be hundy.
h. i.i - i,in-l,nttl. II v shook itself
yttterday nnd made ready for. he sum
mer campaign.
All the latest styles photos at Crow
Cillery; 100 pictures for t'i during the
rest of this month.
John Fox has a majority of tho votes
of this county so tight that no Smith
with a crowbar could pry one out.
iirlhese good old lines u man who has
a full stomach feels Just us happy u
he used to be with a new spring suit.
There's no use talklnir about li.; some
rf mir hwhIIh. with their new spring
trotting harness, straw hats nnd light
shoes are Just too pretty for any use
Blnee the price of pictures has been
reduced to 18 for 25 cents, the gallerlei
have been doing a land olllce business
Judson Cole has had his picture taken
in several different, positions, and In
going to stand before the camera aguln
tomorrow.
The descent which the Dutch made
upon Holland Is not a marker t the
"swipe" .which the real estate agents
on the Sound will give Astoria If the
railroad comes.
The Queen brought down from Oobel
the following gentlemen: J. J. Rhafcr,
I), II. Campbell, J. C. Stanton, J. T,
Campbell, W. II. Kennedy, K. A. Heely
and W. C. Bmllh.
Ilen Young lias come hack from South
Rend, after a ten days' visit. While
there he states that the citizens held a
public meeting nnd passed resolutions
demanding of the state government
lower taxes.
Leslie Stokes, the son of Frank
Stokes, fell il ltd cut his head in front of
Olsen'H clgur stole last evening. He
was taken to a surgeon's and the cut
patched up, und the little fellow was
scon out again ns though such fulls
were common.
" Tonight "Osceola" will be presented
by Mr. Eugene Kny . Liberty Hall, it
comes hlghlv recommended from tin
eastern press, ns well as the Coast. Mr.
Kny won many admirers here recently,
and will no doubt receive a musing re
ception. No advance in prices.
A CONUNDRUM.
"People can laugh as much as they
please," remarked a man about town
to a group of listeners," but when 1 nay
that I can walk around a billiard table
for two hours, bending over It and
stmlnlng every nerve to mnke a good
shot, and yet not get tired. On the
other hand, when my wife tells mo to
get the sickle and please trim the edge
of the flower bed, my back aches like
n cooper'a. Why is it?"
EXPLAINED HIMSELF.
A Chinaman walked Into Parker's old
aland yesterday and did his beat to
make them understand what it wan he
wished to purchase. They handed him
' down llrst one thins and then another,
but to no purpose. He started out, pre
sumably to find an Interpret.-!-, when
he spied a. broom, and diving into the
straws he found some seed, and placing
In on rtie counter he flopped Ills arms
like the wings of a bird and said "Twe-
' de, twe-de, twe-de." The clerk guessed
it right. He wanted bird. seed.
CARD OF THANKS.
The ladle and officer of the Presby
terian church wish to exprew their
most sincere thanks and appreciation to
the members of the Choral club, to
those who look separate parti nnd also
to the kind accomimnlsta for their kind
ness In helping In their concert. The
' ,. service- of each are deeply appreciated
nnd will rot soon be forgotten.
WANTED.
The Astoria Public IJbrnry wishes
' bid from V1 Inters for 100 to 0 rcple
" of Its' new raulumti tu ,euiUla tUe
titles of 1,'ta volumes. Samples of pa
per, style ut binding and use of c. lu
ll file to sccompany hid.
STOKIA PUBLIC I.IHRARY.
TO SPEAK THURSDAY.
C. F. Lester, of Sklpanon will speak
at he McKlnley club Thursday even
ing, May 24, on the political .Issues of
the day.
PERHAPS.
A small boy brought down a double
headed slug from off the hill yesterday.
Possibly It was sent by Providence as
an object lesson to warm Chairman
Keen and John H. Smith to look out for
the coming cyclone.
IN FAVOR OF CAPT. NELSON.
The case of Wm. S. Kinney vs. Capt.
Nelson, of the steamer Iris, was tried
by a Jury in ' Justice Cleveland's court
yesterday nnd decided in favor of Capt.
Nelson. This was a case where a two
bit piece 11 rat started the trouble that
has run up the court costs to J'l.
A GOOD WORD.
The owner of the merry-go-round
stated before he left that hard times
had no effect en his business here, and
that he found this a good field for his
business. He further stated that there
were no toughs in the city, as far us
his experience went, and If the town
contained any the police had them un
der control.
' A CHOICE.
"They may say what they please
about a melancholy man," remarked
nn attorney yesterday, "but one thing
he does not do, and that is to burst Into
vi.ur office lust when yor are eoncen
trating your mind on an interesting
legal point and slup you on the shoul
der and Inquire, 'Well, how are they
coming?' "
. LOST.
The police have the description of
Russian Finn mimed Peter Kotayarv
who bus been misHlng slnc 12 o'cloc
Hiii.iinbiv nlirht. He was lust seen in an
intoxicated condition going towards his
hoar, which was tied to the West Coast
cannery, nnd the supposition Is that he
was drowned while attempting to ge
Into the boat.
MOONLIGHT PRACTICE.
During the past week a number of
ladles In the city have taken advant
age of the blight moonlight nights by
practicing on the bicycle. Agents of
the different machines state that they
have oulte a number of parties, flgur
lug on wheels for the fair sex, and feel
certain thus ns times Improve our
streets will be dotted with lady 'cyc
lists.
A SURE INDICATION.
One of the surest ways of telling the
condition of things In a community
from a llnanclnl standpoint, is to go tc
the ixirbcr. He'll bent all the clearing
house tables to death. If the men who
have been shaving themselves to savt
the change for the past f.mr months
are coming back, business all round is
picking up; If they are not, things are
Just where they were' In Febi U'.u'.v, rail-
road or no railroad.
NO SALE HERE.
There Is no farm machinery In the
shape cf corn planters sold by the hard
ware dealers In this vTclnlty, nnd yet
they receive stacks of printed mutter
every spring from the Implement fac
tories of the east soliciting their or
ders. The click, click, click of the corn
Planter would soon knock the wadding
out of the clliiue, elitiie, clique of the
Populh'.tii. nnd It Is too bad there ore
not more Mich machines In Clatsop
county.
HE FOOLED EM.
Quit" a crowd gathered nlHUit Kk
Ptrom't! Jewelry store yesterday watch
ing the bill poster cover up the bill
board on the opposite fide of the street
with b'.ank sheets of white paper. They
wondered what show he was going to
bill, but when he got llic wall covered
ho picked up his ladder nnd left, leav
ing the board without a letter or pic
ture pisted upon It. The crowd slowly
wended Its way to the dock to see the
Telephone come In.
. A. R. AT THE CEDAR STREET
SCHOOL.
On Friday afternoon, the 23d Inst.,
there will be appropriate exerelsis in
the Cedar street school, nnd the regu
lar annual visit of the O. A. R. The
detail Is composed of Comrade Elmore,
Stockton, Cnnk, Elliott. O'Keefe and
Wlnlnn. Addresses will be given by
these, ami a short program by the pu
pils, consisting of music, songs and
recitation.. All the friends of the schiKil
and education nre respectfully Invited
to these exercises.
- PERSONAL.
O. IV llellhoii. has gone to Califor
nia, on it visit.
Frank Spittle goes to M. Helens tout
tend court this .morning.
Robert Chabot, of Ilwaco, was In the
ctty looking after tiling for his cran
berry farm jtsterday.
FUNERAL NOTICE.
The funeral services of Wylton Cros
by Ferguson, son of J. K. Ferguson.
will be held at Urate Episcopal church
on Wednesday, May 23. at 1:30 p. m.
The cortege will leave the residence at
1 ocloek u. m. The Interment will lie
at Hillside cemetery.
LOST.
A pair of gold framed spectacles. In a
hlaelc ease, with pearl settings. Finder
will be rewarded by returning same to
Astorlan ollicc.
LADIES. ATTENTION!
Carpets beaten and replaced with the
greatest distch by C. Axen. lave
ordra at Porter's Furniture Store, No.
BIT Second street.
ILWACO A ROYAL JIOST.
Last Saturday night Astoria lodg1;,
No. 50, A. O. U. W.( went to Ilwaco as
guests of Ilwaco lodge, No. 20. A more
Jolly crowd Is seldom, seen than those
who left here on the Mayflower at C:20
p. m.
They were Joined at Flavel by a
doz?n more from Warrenton lodge.
Arriving at Ilwaco they were met by
their fellow Workmen in a body at the
wharf, and escorted to the lodge hall,
where they received a most cordial,
hospitable and warm-hearted welcome.
As to the interesting features of the
exercises, the boys say they can't tell
it all, but refer thoss who missed the
pleasure of the trip to Messrs. Duncan
Stuart and James Taylor, who had a
sort of monopoly of the goat. They
say the broncho isn't "in it."
After the lodge proceedings were over
all adjourned to a neighboring hall
where there was a feast spread such as
Orover himself would be proud to face.
It Is enough to say that Ilwaco even
outstripped herself in royal hospitality.
Toaata and responses went round ub
course after cnurje of the choicest luxu
ries of land and sea were spread.
Dr. Walker, it is said, has not recov
ered yet, and Stuart and Taylor will
be around in a few days.
A pleasant trip home ended what all
present pronounce a pleasant evening
among hospitable people.
A SHREWD SWINDLE.
There is a shrewd (sharper who Is
raising money at the expense of the
hotel keepers throughout the country,
and it will lie In order for the landlords
in this vicinity to be wary of his little
came. He llrst sends to himself, in
care of the hotel he wishes to swindle,
a money package marked to contain $40.
He follows that up with a letter stat
ing he has left Ills watch either lu San
Francisco or Portland to be repaired
and regulated, the Jeweler to forward
it C. O. D. for the cost of repairs, w hich
could not be estimated at the time of
leaving It. He is at present laid up in
a neighboring town with a sprained
ankle and will be delayed In getting to
the hotel for several days, and hoppd
the hotel keeper would pay the C. O. D.
when ID arrived, which he did not ex
pect would be over $2.50, and hold the
wutch until he gets there. He aluo ex
pected a money package sent him care
of the hotel, and asks them to take cart
of it also. He signs his name as a rep
resentative of tome well known house,
and 'J3 times out of 100 the hotel pays
the charges and finds in time only an
empty box and an express envelope
filled with brown paper to repay it fur
the $2.60 advanced, and it is also lonrn
ed that every hotel in the skite has
been beat the same way, and the swiii
dler gets out of the country with J.VJrt
or $t!00 before the swindle is developed.
DISCARDED.
A lady living In one of the towns on
the other side of the river, while down
east last summer, purchased u. mounted
peacn:k for a lire screen, paying a
fancy price for It, besides thu express
charges from the point of purchase.
The family broke up to move to South
ern California this spring, and Flic took
the lire screen to u taxidermist in
Portland to dispone of. To her astonish
ment he wjuld not even let her leave
it in his shop, claiming that it would
bring down the wrath of till the vodoos
In the place upon him, and expressed
great astonishment that something
dreadful had not happened to her on
account of it. She went away with her
screen, and somehow It did seem as
though she had had bad luck ever
since its purchase, but rather than tell
her family of her iniivrsiltlous fancy,
and not willing to' keep It any longer,
she went t the dock und with u sigh
of relief threw It lu the river.
ANOTHER STAPLE.
"You can talk about the staples of
Astoria as alarm clocks and granlie
wniv," remarked a hardware man yes
terday, but why don't you give the
lantern a little credit? Do we iw'.l
many? Well, I should say so. Look at
'em, up there. Enough different kinds
to suit all the fishermen from the pres
ent time back ti those who llslud on
the Sea of Galilee, and yet they won't
last a month. Yes, yes; lanterns are
good stock."
An $S0 lot for $2.
Fresh fish and poultry nt Welcome's
Market, next to Foard & Stokes',
Mr. John Fox Is the nominee for State
Senator on the Republican ticket.
Meany Is the leading tailor and pays
the highest cash price for fur skins.
For $2, a lot Is delivered every week
to the buyer In Hill's First addition.
Japanese novelties and fancy dry
good., can be had at half price, at the
tore cf Wing Lee, next to Olsen's cigar
store.
Teething babies and levensh il.ll ltvi.
need St-e-e-dman's Soothing Powders.
Try them.
Hill's First addition la located In the
centre of the city. Lots are now selling
In it tor IX
Call at R. T. Humphrey's. 372 Third
street, for Fish, poultry, and all hinds
of game In season.
Any one wishing to rent a house
should read Rudolph Barth's ad
vertisements In the For Rent column.
II. T!kntmni hns fixer) his nriisis f,,r
Jewelry to suit the times, and the latest!
novellles can be secured at the cost of,
material used In the manufacture.
For a delicious plate of pure Ice'
cream, go to C. B. Smith, the Ice Cream '
Denier. Ice Cream Soda a specialty. Prl- j
vate rarlors for ladies. 4S3 Third street
j
Don't go to Portland to buy your
tickets for the "Old Country" and Tthe'
East when you can get them Tor the ,
Mime price at the Union Pacific office
in this city, and thereby save your 1c-1
cal fara to Portland. I
BOARD AND. LODGING. For State Senator
FIRST CLAS3 BOARD With or T T T tr.v
without rooms, at reasonable rates. Ap- If) I I . H I J.
ply nt E. C llolden's, corner Main and JVi--ii
Jefferson.
- - : ' ' . Republican Ticket
LOST.
LOST A double-ended skiff, from c c, ,:
near Kinney's cannery, named Sarah
Bell. Finder leaving skiff at Fisher
Bros.' will receiva reward. j-j 0'r T.
WANTED.
r- : Regular People's Party Candidate.
WANTED A good girl or womnn for i
general housework. Small family and
no washing. Apply at Astorlan olllce. LCDSjT.
WANTED Girl for light housework.
Apply W4 WaJI street.
WANTKD-A glrldo general houw- net. About 6 papers. Small
work In the country. Apply nt No. ..2" pjece 0m we, 14.40 Marshall's, rest new
Auger a enue.
weD 11.40 Barbour's. Old piece in mid-
AGENTS Makes $5.00 a day. Great- , , ,
est kit hen utonMl ever' invented. Re- die. Lost off Peacock Spit. Finder will
tails 35cU. 2 to 6 sold in every house. , , l(,.nini.
Sampe, postage paid, five cents. For- receive a reward of $40 on returning
shee & McMakln, Clncinnatti, O. sumo to Elmore's Cannery.
$75.00 PElt-WEEK using and selling
Dynamos for plating watches, Jewelry 1
und tnblewure. Plates gold, sliver, tvI I-J A T
nickel, &c, same as new goods. Differ- lVliv-Vv
ent sizes for agents, families and shops. TTAlpti
Easily operated; no experience; big 1 liVV-3
prollts. W. P. Harrison & Co., Clerk Do you ever con8ider the quality
No. 14, Columbus, Ohio. c( the bread and pastry you are
-. --' eating? It may be good. It
FOR RENT. might bo better.
v- The best is the cheapest and
FOR RENT Six room house fur- VIJl' wl" alw"ys linJ 11 at
nlslied or unfurnished, water, bath, etc., CLEVELAND'S Main Street Bakery.
Uppertown, in Adair's, Ogned avenue , .
or Third street. Inquire ut this otilce
or at -Mrs. A. Feakes.', "BREAKING IN,
FOR RENT A dwelling house on . ,.K ,,, .
West Sixth street. Inquire of Rudolph a m"n. Sn ,m" m
ninth on nremises passion, and felt all 'broken up, trj-
uaitli, on pienusea. ( t(j ft new of 8hoeg ..broken
- - - ln . ije haa na(i to "break off" many
FOR SALE. an engagemei t on account of crippled
feet, and has gono "broke" many a
FOR SALE CHEAP 1,000 bushels of time trying to get lelief for his corns
good ll r charcoal. For particulars ad- the direct cause of ill-fitting shoes,
dress J. D. McFarlar.e, Kn.ippa, Oregon. , nnd a th,g obv,Btcd by pllr.
CHANCE FOR ALL Men of small chasing your footwear at the store of
meuns can buy real estate in, Hill's first JOHN HAHN & CO.
addition.
LOTS FOR $2. Call at the Astoria
Real Estate Exchange and get a lot
in Hill's First Addition for $2.
JAPANESE CURIOSITIES Wing
Lee ha3 Just received a full line of
Japanese curlositiys and fancy goods.
Will sell ut cost. 020 Third street.
SOCIETY MEETINGS.
PILOT COMMISSIONERS The reg
ular meetings of this board will be held
on th? lirEt Monday of each month at
10 a. in., at the olllce of Itobb & Par
ker. W. LrUobb. Sec.
NOTICE The regular meetings of
the Astoria Building and Loan Associa
tion are held at 8 p. m. on thu first
Wednesday of each month. Otlice on
Genevieve street, south of Cheuamus.
W. L. ROBB, Secretary.
OCEAN ENCAMPMENT No. 13, I. O.
O. F. ilcgular meetings of Ocean En
campment Np. 13, in the Odd Fellows'
Building, at 7 p. m., on the second and
fourth Mondays of each month. So
journing brethren cordially ln sited.
By order C. P.
COMMON COUNCIL Regular meet
ings first and third Tuesday evenings
of each mouth at 8 o'clock in city hall,
persons desiring to hava matters acted
upon by the council at any regular
meeting must present the same to the
auditor nnd clerk on or before the Fri
day evening prior to the Tuesday on
which the council holds Its regular
meStlng. K. OSBURN,
Auditor and Police Judge.
BEVERAGES.
FINE WINKS AND LIQUORS Call
at August Danlelson's Sample Rooms.
-
ONLY THE PUREST Wines and
liquors are sold at Alex Cumpbell't,
Gem.
A DELICIOUS DRINK. There is
no place In Astoria w here John Kopp's
famous beer Is kept ln such good con
dition as at Utzinger's popular resort.
WINES AND BRANDIES. Use 'An
fandel wine instead of coffee or tea.
fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget
peach and apricot brandy. Also French
Cognac nnd wine at Alex Gilbert's.
BUSINESS CARDS.
F. WICKMAN.
CONTRACTOR.
House moving and street planking.
Screws and blocks for rent. Call on
or address 2037 Pine street.
A. GIBBONS,
ADJUSTER OF ACCOUNTS and
PROFESSIONAL BOOKKEEPER
Ofllce, with General Messenger Co.,
.",15 Snuemoque street.
J. II. MANS ELL,
REAL ESTaTE BROKER.
Notary Public. Fire and accident In
surance. V
W. PARKER.
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
ANCE AGENT.
Odb.e. 112 Beiiton street. Astoria, Or.
MISCELLANEOUS.
HOTEL. Remember McGulre's Ho
tel at Seaside Is open the year around.
CALL ON P. BAKER. 47$ Third St,
and have your clothes dyed and
cleaned. "
SEWING MACHINES And general
repairing. lock-iitUng, etc. C. A. May,
132 Maiu street.
GEO. McLEAN, corner Olney and As-
f.-.i Bti. H....U u iMnurnl tiilMincHfl In
iJincks.i.iiii'in.' ..nd reiirin.
WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on
Hundley & Haas, 1..0 First street, and
get tne Dully Astorian. Visitors need
not miss their morning paper while
there.
YOUR FRIENDS IN EUROPE. If
'" friends ln Eumre whose pas-
JS oa wlsn prepay to Astoria,.
can ai tne rtormern i-aciiic omee,
steamer Telephone dock, and make
Known your' wants. Reduced fare via,
"e leading steamship lines.
TrM?vvii rnivrt F Patron.
, AK3 rS S rUnS!
!xe the Northern Pacific railroad if
ou ""'.Ifi- h).tLv' '
flVC' through t icke ts. baggaw check- ,
l, ,-9tu,a p.u,"ihar!
ndk, f" "S, l " i
Port and. Rates of fare same aa from
Portland. I
A POINTER
Many people believe that all black
smlthing Jobs are alike that they are
nothing but muscle and material mixea
That is true of ordinary Jobs. Brains
are also used to make a good job. So is
conscience. A job made without skill
or honesty is no good. Our work is
widely known for its quality, durability
and economy in the end.
Q. A. Stlnson & Co
Report of the Condition
OF TrtK
First National Bank
OF ASTORIA,
At Asteria. In the Stu'e of Oreg'in, at I lie elesi
of biiiinevs May llli, IK'I.
ltlWOUItCKS.
l,o;i!i nnd illsnuiints Slid
Overdrafts secured and iiiiscenrtil
,t'0 Til
M 10
Li. S. H.'ini to MM-ure eirciihiticii vi
IT-'ii.itnin on U. N. hones I
Slocks, seciuilie', etc 1.1.
Ui.e from nauoiuil banks H.ut iimii ve
3n
u,o 01
rgonts It,
HIVill
4 H
Duo I rum .stale ini.ks 111. il li..,tfir Ih
Dili' fioiM imineve l reserve lurnts Ill,
,0 r. 2i
Notes (if oilier National Il.inks
Nickels ;iul rtn
I, KI L JIoNI.Y Kl S.K VUlNilAI-K IZ I
SiHi-ie sjoi)
Legal lender note .. 71
- .,
Redemption fund wdh V. S. Treasurer
(' pel cent.ul clrcul.u loll).
21s .
2 7.-
fl',2 50
Total
1,1 All 1 1.1 11 KS.
Capital stock paid in
H. ir-11 us liinil
Undivided nn flls less ex
it -rises and Irixes aid.. ..
National ba.ik notes 0111
Rtiin.lliut Individual ileui.i.ls .saliient
.2m,7t! Ut
t "iO.IIOO
lu.uuu
iii,7S7 n;
ll'iO
to cheek ?'2l,.'iVi 8!
Demand cerlilli aies ot ee-
lioslt . 17,11:2 01
CeitillbaClieeKs 175
q 12.70 1 3
Tiitll $-'H0,74i m
Sta'e 01 Oregon, I
County of tlluLsnp, (
I. S, S. (iimloii, cashier of Hie nhnva mime,
bunk, an solemnly swear tli.it the uIhi.'m slate
ment is true to Hie best of mv knowledge mi,
belief. S. (it)l!l)0,l'aslii-r.
Subscribed in 1 1 1 sworn to nef.ire ine tills 1211
diyof May, ltHI J. II. Manski i.,
Knlary l ahllc.
Correct Attest :
JOHN A. DEVLIN.
WILLIAM Al. LA DP, 5 I hectors.
TlicO. H. WILCuX, )
SCROFULA 12 YEARS
Always Sore. Face Burned Like Fire,
Ashamed to be Seen. Four
Doctors but Little Benefit.
Cured by Cutlcuru.
For about ten or twelve years I have been
troubled with scrofula. My bead was alwnvs
sore, uiy face was dry and scaly, and burned like
lire mo8t of the time. Mv
body had hig red spots on it,
and I did not know what to
do. I went to four different
doctors and they helped mo
at lint, ln tlie full I got
worse acain; then I tried
other remedies, tint they did
1110 no ood. 1 was ashamed
to eo into public. I was a
ai(?nt to Iook at. Every 0110
wculd say, What is the mat
ter, wbv don't you take sonie-
taini;? bven nt my unity
lalior 1 had to wear a sort of cap to keep the dirt
from getting Into the sores. After i would
wash, 1 would Im! covered with big red pimples
all over my neck anil face, iseine two or three
lieople advised me to try the Ci'TIitra Hkmk
11IK.S. I did try tlieia.anil am glad I have done
so. Giail to say 1 am a well man, ami in the licst
of health since. I eaunot praise tbei't'Ticciu,
Keukuius too lilchlv. I enclose mv portrait.
LEWIS V. KATON, Larksville, Pa.
CUTICURA WORKS WONDERS
Ci-norBA P olvent, thonew niood and Skin
Pnriiier internally ito cleanse the bkxl of all
impurities ami m1somhis elemental, and i'tiTI
vt ha. ltk'f;reat skin rare, with CcTicritASoAr,
an exiu:stte Skin I'urilter ami lleautitier, ex
ternally vtn eVar the skin anil scalp and ivstore
the liuir cure every disease anil buniorol the
skin, scalp antl l.lotxl, with lris of hair, from
i.iluni'y to a.e. froiu pimples to srroluUt, when
the tivst phj sicia i, aal all other reiuedie fail.
geld thronsaont ths world. Priee, CrTtCTRA,
Ur.; So.ir, a..; KtsoLvixr, ji. 1'orrta Dnce
and Cuta. C'oap., be proprietors, Boston.
J-"llow to Cure SUn IHi," nulled free.
PI.Ed. tUckbeads. red. rouch. chaDDed and
IH oily skin cured by Cvticcoa tkvr.
0. RHEUMATIC PAINS CURED.
i In ene mlnut tlM CKlkntm AmtU
K7 1Ji ! iwImvm 1 rklir.l .j. ...
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
H. A. 8MITII
DENTIST.
Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building,
over C. H. Cooper's store.
W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S.,
DENTAL PARLORS.
Mansell Block, D73 Third street
J. E. LaFORCE, D. D. S.
HAS DENTAL PARLORS.
in the
Flavel building, opposite Occident
FULTON BROS..
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 3, 4. 5, and 6, Odd Fellows'
Building, Astoria, Oregon.
W. IL LAFORCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 5, G and 7, Flavel s Brick
Building.
SILAS B. SMITH, .
ATTORNEY J.'S LAW.
Office ln Flavel's bilck building.
FRANK J. TAYLC-,
ATTORNEY XI
Astoria, Oregon.
LAW.
J. Q. A. BOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT LAY.
Olllce on Second Strtet, Astoria, Or.
LIBERTY P. MULLINIX, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Oflice, BS4'a Third St., Astoria, Ore.
DR. O. B. ESTES,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Special attention to diseases of wom
en and surgery.
Olllce over Dapaiger's store. Astoria.
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON. AJD
ACCOUCHEUR.
Office, Rooms 5 and 6, Pythian
Building. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to
j. Residence. 639, Cedar street
DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY,
OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE.
May be found in his office until 10
o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until 2
p. m., and from 5 until 7:30 evenings.
Friedman's
Consiqnee Sale
Una revolutionized Astoria. It has
changed the prices of clothing that the
people begin to purchase at home and
don't go to Portland for theni as before.
The merchants are now afraid that If
a railroad should come to town It would
bring more people here, and among
them there Is liable to come men that
will engage in the clothing, hats and
dry goods business. Therefore it puts
them to the necessity of getting another
ordinance through so as to prohibit any
railroad company from bringing any
persons here that will sell clothing, dry
loods, and hats, and they will ask the
jouncil to enact an ordinance to pro
hibit cars coming here with goods such
ts they sell, nnd all railroad cars that
may hereafter bring here new goods
tliull pay a license to the city of $400
.'or each car lond, and $400 for each pas
senger who Intends locating In Astoria
rr.d eng.iging in the clothing or dry
goods trade.
And be it further enacted, that the
ity of Astoria be fenced in against all
nlrudcrs, such that would dare come
lere and bring a nice stock of clothing
r dry goods, and offer the same for
jalo here for less than the old mer
.hants who have kept their old stocks
m their si elves for years and have had
.he trouble of dusting and brushing
t,hem so long, and they will pray to
have the ordinance passed ln cne night
Anu oecome a law immediately after its
passage.
The only one excepted from the pen
alty of the above is S. Friedman, of the
Consignee Sule, at CU0 Third Street, cor
ner of West Ninth streetv Astoria, Or
egon. Buy your Clothing, Hats, and
Furnishing Goods there.
I..R. & N. CO.'s
Steamer Ilwaco.
Leaves Astoria daily at 7:30
o'clock, for Ilwaco, and con
lecting with railroad running north at
0 a. m., and with boats on Shoalwater
oay for SOUTH BEND, SUNSHINE,
N'ORTH COVE, and other points
-hrough to GRAY'S HARBOR, Return
ng, connects at Ilwaco wtth steamers
or Astoria, and NIGHT BOATS FOR
PORTLAND.
fOHN It COULTER, Secretary.
L. A. LOOMIS, President
R. V. EGBERT; Superintendent
Portland and Astoria.
STEAMER TELEPHONE.
Leaves Astoria every evening except
Sunday at 7 p. m.
Arrives at Astoria, ovpm dnv sTmnt
Sunday at 4 p. m.
Leaves Portland every day except
Sunday at 7 a. m.
C. W. STONE, Agt Astoria,
R. A. Reeley. general agent Portland.
A LOCK .
I r .1.: ... ;z
13 aoii.iuiuig you want, 11
not toJav you will want it
',. sometime. We keep carpen
ter's tocds too, anJ if this
weather will onry pull itself
together you will want plenty r
of Hardware of which
have a plenty only waiting your call.
' ' J. Ii. ' WYATT.i
HAHUWAHK DEALER

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