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THE MORNING ASTOR1AN. TIKSUAV MOKN1NU, iSEPTK.MItER 19, 18M
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valuable aa aa adurtlilnf mullum.
PORTLAND, Sept lS.-Continued
The 0. B. F.
Cut rates East Via 0. R. A N.
Street cream In any amount at the
Burbank potato, U a sack, at Pat's
Foard ft Stoke hall la being painted
on the Inside,
Home made chocolates, SO cent, a
pound, at t:.e Parlor.
The office of the Lannetar haa been
removed to No. 57 Bond atreet
We guarantee oar Ice cream to be
made of pur cream. The Parlor.
The State of California arrived In
Sunday morning from San Francisco.
Wanted Painters, none but first
class need apply. B. F. Allen ft Son.
Cold lunch, pickled pigs feet, oysters,
seeps tongue, etc., at the National
Re-t JceJ rates have been placed In
effect to all points East via the 0.
R. ft N.
Do you know Snodffrass makes
Stamp Phcjtoe? Call and see them they
are all the go.
The ladles of Grace church contem
plate holding a sale of fancy articles
on December 7.
An experienced ladles' nurse wants
situation. References. Address Ml
Miss McRae will have her millinery
opening of fall Btyles, Thursday and
Friday, Sept a and 21
The steamer Elmore, with passengers
and general merchandise from Till
amook, arrivjd in yesterday.
For rent Furnished rooms with
Brat-class table board. Apply Mrs. E.
C Holden's corner Ninth and Duane
The British ship Powys Castle am"
the German ship Neck left up for
Portland Sunday in tow of the steam?
A young boy named Kinkela fell
yesterday morning and broke his arm.
Dr. Estes was called and set the In
Kev. W. Rohmer and Rev. W. Bren
ner, of the Lutheran church, were
passengers for Nehalem yesterday on
the steamer Harrison.
The condition of P. H. Trullinger,
who Is down with typhoid fever. Is
very much Improved and his recovery
Is looked for at an early date.
Boquet De Cuba and Key West Gems
are the finest flvt cent clgara that ever
cam to this market Henry Roe, op
The steamer Signal arrived In Sun
day, coal laden from Seattle. She dock
ed at the Pacific Const Company's coal
bunkers and commenced unloading
The young ladles of the St. Agnes
Guild will give a tea and hold a sale of
hamipalnteJ china at the residence
of Mrs. Worsely during the first week
The condition of Dr. A. L. Fulton
yesterday was slightly Improved. Al
though not yet out of danger, the
prospects for his ultimate recovery are
Factory outslJe trust beating trust
prices seeks representation on ground
its regulars don't cover. Com. on sea
son's traie. Free samples. Corp. P,
0. ISn, New York.
Mr. R. Barth and children left for
Seattle last evening to attend Mr.
Barth who is very sick In that city,
and has Just returned from a two
year's trip to the Klondike.
The Occident shaving parlors and
baths will remain open during the time
the Improvements are being made to
the hotel Customers will be given the
same service and attention.
Beginners and advanced puptla can
have thorough Instructions on the vio
lin and piano by applying to J. H. Am
ine, a graduate of Dresden and Lerp
lg conservatory. Hotel Tighe.
Testenlay afternoon while Homer
Fletcher was playing baseball on the
A. F. C. grounds some sneak thief stole
his shirt. He will pay $2.50 to anybody
returning It and ask no questions.
Contractor Lebeck's pile driver left
up for the middle river yesterday. Mr.
Lebeck has the contract of driving a
number of traps which are being put
in at a rapid rate along the river.
The steamer Mayflower In change
of Captain PIckernell, Is now open for
business, except on Saturday and Tues
days, when she will be engaged on her
regular runs. Apply at Fisher's dock.
Three cases of dlptherla developed
at the house of Richard Dealey yester
day, making four cases In the family.
A strict quarrantlne Is being kept on
the house by Chief of Police Hallock.
Tn consequence of a decline of 5
cents a roll In the market price of
White Clover Creamery butter, Mr.
Townsend has been forced to reduce
the price paid for butter fat to 20
Under tho new schedule of the A. ft
! C. R. R., effective Saturday, the lth
Inst, the evening train for Portland
will leave Astoria at 1:10 p. m. instead
of 6:00 p. m., arriving In Portland at
the usual hour of 9:40 p. m.
. A party of young folks, chaperoned
by Mrs. C. P. Upshur and Mrs. B.
Van Dusen, took the train last evening
for the Powell ranch above Tongue
point and after spending a delightful
time, walked home under the bright
rays of the full .noon.
not seriously hurt, MoCnrron, how
ever, captured the six sailors and
brought them ashore.
The school board held a special meet
ing yesterday afternoon In the oltiYe
of County Treasurer 11. O. Thompson.
The object of the meeting wus the elec
tion of successors to Mr. Kus and
Miss Dunham, both of whom recently
resigned. All the members of the
bord were present. The teachers who
were elected to the two vacated pos
itions were Miss Llsste McOnim and
Miss Laura Gray. Substitute teachers
were not appointed. Mr. Cosmo was
appointed janitor of the new brick
schoolhoune and N. P. Johnnnscn Jim
Itor of the Adair's. The assignment
of teachers for the coming term will
be made at the next meeting.
Messrs, Whiting and McBrtde ar
rived In the city from Portland Sunday
morning. They have the contract for
building the oil tanks and warehouse
for the Standard Oil Company, near
the Kinney Cannery, and will com
mence work on the building today.
The funeral of Mltchel Ravowlch,
who died at St. Mary's hospital on
Sunday of general debility, was held
yesterday afternoon from Pohl's un
dertaking parlors. The deceased was
an Austrian fisherman and 80 years of
age. The Interment was at Green
wood. Rumors are afloat, that Charlie
Burns, the second cook of the Palace
restaurant wlu suddenly disappeared
about tore weeks ago, was shang
haied on a lumber vessel that sailed
from Knnppa for South America about
that time. Many of Mr. Burns'
friends give credence to the story.
Yesterday afternoon while Robert,
the six year old son of W W. Cohoon,
who resides on Exchange street, was
playing with a dog belonging to Chief
Stockton. In the back yard, the dog
jumped up and bit the child through
the lower Up. Although the wound was
not serious. Chief Stockton ordered the
dog shot at once, which was done by
Police Ofhcer Kimball.
The British ship Drumburton, Cap
tain Spurring, arrived In Sunday, 43
days from Hongkong, tn ballast. It Is
not known by the .aptaln whether the
Drumhurton Is chartered or not and
she will remain here awaiting order .
The weather was generally fair from
Hongkong and nothing of special In
terest occurred on the trip.
hft arrlveil tlrm-n hriiu fp.im 1'.. .)......
Sunday evening John Maute ana , The Mugkkl came down
Miss Amelia, daughter of Prof. Amme. j c1Iy w(thout , ww having
were united In marriage at the TlKhe j apprentices on board nnd two seamen.
nuie. uy a.r. n,su, ' I She has been anchored In the harbor
tne ceremony tne iam,.y am, inviiea ax,u, , Wet,k h(.r n
guests sat down to an elaborate sup-! nvn ,, 8lmv , wl(h .,,.
THE Ml'SKOKA'S CREW.
Supplied by the Resident Boarding
House Master In Spite of
- the Portland Gang.
The steamer State of California on
her arrival here Sunday morning
brought 1 men to fill out the crew
for the British ship Muskoka, and
they were transferred to the ship In the
lower harbor where she waa anchored.
The sailors made no efforts at escape
and had no complaints to make as
far as couli be learned.
Twenty-two men In all were required
by the ship, but six of them had al
ready shipped from Seattle.
The Muskoka has been In the harbor
several days waiting a crew, and, aa
the I'ortlund sailor boarding houses
were unable to supply the crew. Cup
tain Crow looked to the boarding house
in Astoria to furnish the sailors when
J. Kenney to get his crew. Three
men had been brtught from Puget
sound Saturday iiluht and put on
board the vessel. Shortly after they
were put aboard, one of them, Daniel
Sullivan, jumped overboard and tried
to escape. The steamer Mayflower was
coming around Smith's point at the
time and heard the man's cries for
help. She steered for the direction of
per prepared by Wm. Whipple of the
Palace restaurant. The happy couple
will make their home in this city.
Alex Corno, of Youngs river, died
Sunday of cancer of the face, from
which he had been a sufferer for the
last three years. He was 71 years of
ae and has resided a number of years
near OIney. The deceased was well-
known an over tne county, ine tun-1 the crll,8 but tt Ashing boat, which was
eral took place yesterday, tne duh :i i cKlfte by. rescued the mini before her
b?lng In Granger's cemetery on Youngs arr4a. Sullivan was almost exhaused
river. when taken out of the water and was
clinging to a spile. He was taken a-
Herman ise nas oeen pim.k ; ghore anJ 80on ,uflu.lt,ntly t0
local agent ior tne itoyai i.mr ... i make ,he follown, gta,erm.nt
t nicago. . Tne royai miiora are Fv. u, ., hv PpnnU
ceeded to be one of the most fashion- j T(Jrk at bu, twQ of mcn
able and artistic mercnant tailoring ,0 ,eave n , moment
. . ..... i a DtfAfft t
esiaonsnmentr ... ...:. e... itatnc tnat thiy woul(1 nt g0 on the
garments made oy mem is cut to ..t Mugkok. , ,he haa - narJ nam.
Three of us came along, however. In
charge of Turk, and, after going
short distance on the railroad we were
given $5 each and told we could go on
whatever we chose,
"When we arrived at Kelso, Wash
we were transferred to the steamer
and Is made In the very latest styles.
They guarrantee absolute satisfaction
on every order taken for them by Mr.
Shortly after the British ship Drum
burton anchored In the harbor Sunday
evening ene was Dooraea oy tne am.- EcllD an(1 brought to Astoria. On
or boarding house runners of this city reachng here we were taken starlghf
and those or fortiana. bix uii.
were secured by Jack Moody, the As
trrla man. This aroused the ire of
the Portland people and soon a fight
ensued. Dick McCarron waa the lead
er of the Portland gang and In the
melee Moody waa knocked down, but,
aside from two blackened eyes, he was
The Better the Grade
The Bigger the Trade
HAVING LEARNED THAT
Is the most reliable and best qualified mer
chant in Astoria to take Correct Measures
Of Chicago have appointed Mr. Wise their resident agent.
An elegant lock containing over 500 samples of P'all and Winter Novelties is
hero for your inspection.
Absolute Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Every garment made by expert artists. Charges very moderate for a'ch artistic
P. 8. An expert cutter will also be at Mr. Wile's store on Tnecday, October 3, at which time he
will be jilemed to meet all gentlemen ho are interested in artistic clothing. You will be wel
come whether you purchase or not.
to the Muskoka and placed on board
of her. We were requested to sign
articles, and did so. We were promised
by Turk, however, that we would be
taken ashore Immediately afterwards.
We were promised this beforehand.
or otherwise we would not have signed
the articles. Turk, the mate and the
captain had a private conversation In
' the meantime, and as soon as the ar
; tides were signed we were sent for
I ward by the mate and shown the fore'
castle. Then we noticed that the
launch, having on board Turk and the
I others, waa pulling off from the ship.
asked what the meaning of this
! was as we were promised to be taken
I ashore on condition that we return at
; 6 o'clock In the morning. Turk replied
from the launch that he would take us
; ahore as soon as he had settled some
j business In Astoria. We knew after
ward thut we were being deceived, as
; the launch did not return. A watch
man from the boarding house came on
board soon after the launch left. He
displayed two revolvers and said he
would shoot any one who tried to es
cape from the vessel.
I "The only outfit we got from Turk
was two blankets and a few tin uten
sils to be used for our meal rations.
I The blankets were to be returned as
soon as were were ready to sail. None
of uh had any clothes on board and we
were soon aware that Turk had broken
, his promise."
Sullivan then concluded to swim
ashore, but after reaching Elmore's
cannery waa picked up by fishermen.
Sullivan Is a young man and rather
intelligent. He claims to be a son of
Attorney Daniel T. Sullivan and ja
nephew of ex-Judge of the Superior
Court JVremlah Sullivan, of San Fran
cisco. Sullivan on reaching the city
caused habeas corpus proceedings to
be Instituted before County Judge
Gray for two of his companions who
claimed to be detained on board a
galnst their will. The case was heard
yesterday morning before Judge Oray
and the two sailors after they had
proven they were American citizens
were discharged. The men gave their
! names as McKenzle and Degnan.
John J. Kenney was seen by an As
torlan representative yesterday re
garding the treatment of the Musko
ka's crew. Mr. Kenney said the men
were supplied with everything usually
furnished sailors on a European voy
age and had no Just cause for com
plaint. He said the Portland boarding
house masters always stir up trouble
when sailors are shipped from Astoria.
Mr. Kenney Is the head of the firm of
Kenney, Turk & Lynch, and produced
the following letter from Captain
Crowe, of the Muskoka which was glv-
The glory of Oregon's future will tsouii nt with her echoed hoys ot today; their obligations
will he grout. Let them bo in nowiso hnndieapped. Tropor clothing is jiiHt an iwcntiul
as proper hooks. To meet tho present's every duniiind, wo have arranged a special
sale of children's clothing. This sale opens today and includes every nrticlo iiecesmry
to make tip a complete wardrobe, whether for the schoolboy or nohoolgirl. Today wo
quoto especially boys' clothing.
50 mid eeclally iiillablv (or
school wesr will be oflerwl at a
leader, Tboio lulls ara niade of
ill wool. csMimores and fancy
twcdj the coats are tlonbls
breasted aud well lined through,
out; the imnls are knee lengths,
all sliea. These suits formerly
old tor S:).5D and 14.00 but during
this ssle they go (or
Boys' Cotton Sweaters
Knll line In stripe and solid
colors such as blue, garnet and
navy nl 50C-
Sailor Blouse Suits
Wi liars full Hue ot sailor blouto
suits, middy sulU and vests suits
that are both suitable and serWee
this fur the younger boyi. These
are ot bins serge and blue cheviot,
fancy sod mixed tweeds with
ilals and fancy shields, with
blaok silk sailor knot stlsohsd j
Wee three to rlgbl years al
$2.45 to $7.00
Boys' K" Psnts
In corduroy, I weeds, seigrt and
cheviots, all well niftdn slid sewed
al Jjc to $1.00
A full line of Ublt'ls, si sloe, draw
ing books, tponge, iiens and
A tirv'ftlPt4 vcr n'ce '"c kr sc'100' Wl'ar ,s l'lc Kantwearout brand, these have
AHULIId double-breasted coats, knee pants with double knees and seats and
come in fancy worsted Scotch tweeds, cassimeres, series and cheviots, sizes nine to
fifteen vears $2.25 to57.5.
en hlin before the ship was towed t. ;
seu yesterday afternoon: )
Ship Muxkokn. Astorlu. Sent. 17. 1S'.i9. I
Uenllemen-Thla Is to certify thut on
leaving this rt I tuke pleasure In
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IHIlllUg HMftft I1T in-rii n.,,.,...,, -11.1
a crew of ?1 men by Kenney and Turk,
of Astoria. In preference to the l'irt
lnnd combination, and I have no hesi
tation In recommending them to my ;
friends as they give belter terms and
will carry out to the letter any agree
ment entered Into and they have my
best wishes for succees In putting an
other side on this grabbing business
done In Portland. ALllh-KT CKOVY G
WAS LYNCH SHANGHAIED?
His Partners Do Not Believe Bo. Hut
' Say He Was Merely "Staked Out'
by the Opposition.
The mysterious disappearance of
I'addy Lynch, one of the sailor board
Ing house keepers of Astoria, Is still
a matter of discussion among his ac
qualntances In this city. Lynch left
Astoria for Heat tie about two weeks
ago for the purpose of engaging sail
ors for the British ship Muskoka. He
sent a telegraph message to John J
Kenney Saturday last a week ago,
since which time nothing haa been
heard from him. Lynch Is a man who
has the reputation of being able to
take care of himself In any emergency
and the assertion that he haa been
shanghaied or murdered by Seattle
sailor runners Is icouted by his as
sociates In this city. In speaking of
the affair yesterday John J. Kenney
"Lynch has been doped by the sailor
runners of Seattle and will turn up
alt right. We have always met hard
opposition from the sailor boarding
houses on the Sound. Lynch was sent
to the Sound for the purpose of sup
plying men for the Muskoka. The ship
has had a hard name and Lynch un
derstood that before he left here. It
Is reported here that he was Shang
haied on the Rufus E. Wood, which
sailed from Seattle a week ago for
Australia. I do not believe this, as a
recent arrival from Seattle says he
was seen after the Wood sailed. My
opinion is that he was 'staked out'
until after the Muskoka sailed. The
Sound people th-jught we eould not
supply the Muskoka and as soon as
they hear of her departure Lynch will
Mr. Kenney said Lynch had no rea
son to leave Astoria, When he left
here he had $100 belonging to the firm
to defray his expenses, which amount
It was thought he would require to
bring the sailors to this city. He had
also unlimited credit among his em
"If he Is shanghaied on the Rufus
E. Wood," said Mr. Kenney, I will
telegraph the necessary money for him
to return on from Australia, but I
do not believe he Is on the ship."
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we see with our feelings, There la
more truth In this than the thought
less will perceive, For Instance, take
a man or woman with a weak stomach
which has not the power of giving the
blood the nourishment It requires. Ths
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poison, and weaken. It, and the .uf- 9 nd aX,'BK.I..
meal. The reason tho bilious and the a)
dyspeptic who takes Hostetter'S Btom- TUC fflHTlCTk
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cover, the top of the bottle.
Furniture of upper floor, of Central 3
hotel. Good paying bu.lness. Owner t
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Dun Burner, Prop.
Commercial Ht. Astoriai
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cheap If sold wtthlng 16 days.