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ASTORIA, OH I-GUN, V:PNESDAY. SEPTKMBEh 2,1003.
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century
Hnntbom Hall was Blled with. Sir
Kniehta and Ladies of the Maccabees
onu tbelr guests, who assembled in re-
immi to an invitation tissued to at'
tend a social. A very Interesting ro-
cram wa rendered, the whole comfcln-
hR to effct a most enjoyable evening's
The program was as follows:
Instrumental solo, MIssRosaOsmund
en: vocal solo, Miss Mabel Larson,
accompanied by Miss Rosa Osmund
sou: vocal duet Mr. and Mrs. R.
Oarns; address, "Maccabeeism," Sir
Knight State Commander J. w. Sher
ttoo.1; reading, Andrew Dalgtty, "Cir
cumstantial Evidence;" Instrumental
selection. Mrs. Ceams;
Delicious refreshments were served
"" by the Lady Bees, after which the floor
was cleared for dancing, which held
way unttt the midnight hour..
C. E. Foster, A. R. Cyrus and C. R.
Morse composed the committee of ar
rangements. A LONG WALK
Leslie Scott yesterday made an ex
. hurslon out on the government Jetty.
Dotiiminir h mlRsed the train at Fort
Stevens, and experienced the healthful
u nf vidkine Into Astoria. He
covered the distance, 10 miles, in two
hours and five minutes. What ne nart
in his mind nnon rrivinir in Astoria at
J o'clock, may be read in today's Ore-
" TWO WIVES TOO MANY
New Tork, Sept. l.-Joseph Lauer, 20
years oldhas astonished the Brooklyn
police with a request to be locked up.
t have en two wives." he explained.
"Both are looking for me with a war
rant and I think I'd rather spend the
night here than go home."
The nolle readily accommodated him
1 Lauer explained that he married his
first wife, a girt or IS, last ftovenroer.
Tjiter. he met one of 20 and also wed
ded her. Recently he two wives dis
covered Lauers duplicity and went in
to court together, where they procured
warrants. While they were gazing from
the court room window a man resemb
ling the husband passed. - An officer
captured him but he soon esiaousnea
his innocence. Lauer heard of this and
made himself scarce until he appeared
at the police station.
SEASON IS PROSPEROUS
Grant's Pass, Sept. I. All in all, this
Is a very prosperous season for Jose
phine jcounty. The melon and apple
crops are above average, the gold
mines are panning out well, and the
hop crop will be as good as any form'
er se.isa'n, if not better than the aver
age. Hundreds of. new people have
come In and are coming In continually,
and In Grant's Pass especially there
Is an atmosphere of thrift and enter
prise never before eclipsed. The four
hotels and the several boarding and
lodging houses of this city sre con
tinually crowded, and the larger of
them, a three-story brick structure, is
being enlarged to make room for the
GRANT TELEGRAPHERS' DEMAND
Chicago, Sept. 1. Negotiations which
have been pending since May 1 between
the Illinois Central ralway and the tel
egraphers were concluded last night.
. The demands of the telegraphers,
slightly modified, were granted. The
Jong time, taken to effee he settlement
om necessary because of the fact that
the schedules of more than 1500 differ
ent offices had to be considered indi
vidually. The concessions consist of
greatly reduced hours and an annual
Increase in the pay roll amounting to
more than $100,000. The average in
crease in the salaries is 15 per cent.
i J-. ...
WOODBURN MAN MISSING
woodburn, Or., Sept. 1. W. W.
Tinkle, a resident and property owner
of this city, is missing. The last seen
of him-Mas about 10 o'clock Friday
morning when he drew 8S from the
Woodburn bank. He is 62 years of age
and came here with his wife from Colo
rado about two months ago. Search
ing parties are out but as yet be has
not been found. Mr. and Mrs. Tinkle
are members of the Presbyterian
church here and are highly respected.
They were devoted to each other and
his disappearance Is thought to have
been the result of foul play or tempor
ary .alienation of the mind.
DIES AT PRAYER
New York, Sept. 1. While reciting
a prayer in the pulpit of St. Paul's
church at Inwood, L. I., Rev. Gilbert
Combs stopped in the middle of a
sentence, One of the congregation,
hastening to his side.found the minister,
who was 79 years old, dead from heart
fulture. For a moment the congrega
, ton was almost panic stricken. Quiet
was soon restored and" the worshippers
slowly left the church.
BUYING BRAZILIAN COFFEE
, New York, Bept, 1. The Journal do
Commerclo announces, says a Herald
dispatch from Rio Janeiro that a syndi
cate of American capitalists Is about
to purchase the whole stock of Brazil
W. E. McAfee Is In Portland for a
1. W. Reith. the well known Lewis
and Clark rancher, was In the city yes
rr Owens Adair has returned to
North TaMma after a brief visit in this
Miss Jackson baa returned to her
home In Portland after a visit with Mrs
Mrs. Curran and sister, Mrs. S. D.
Clark, left last night for an outing at
St. Martin Springs.
County School Superintendent Ly
man leaves today for the Nehalem val
ley to visit the schools there.
m- i m l. R. Mills have re
turned from their wedding trip and
have taken up their residence at Tenth
and Commercial streets.
Miss Corrlne Hansen, who has been a
visitor In the city for the past several
day returned to Portland yesterday
nr. O. A. Thornton returned to Port
land yesterday after a week's visit In
A. E. Manners. who has been connect
ed with F.lmore & Company for some
months, haa resigned his position and
will go to Portland. He go?e today to
North Beach where he win enjoy a
The steamer Elmore arrived yester
day from Tillamook.
A license was issued yesterday to
the gasoline launch Hal.
The schooner Olga yesterday arrived
from San Francisco. She will load at
The four masted schooner Olga went
up the river yesterday to take on a
load of luhber.
The schooner Sehome arrived yester
day from Kahulni. H. I., to load turn
bar. She is awaiting orders.
The British bark Winsdor Park left
up the river yesterday morning to take
on wheat at Portland.
The American barkentine Arago with
lumber from Knappton for San Fran
cisco went to sea yesterday.
The pilot schooner San Jose went out
to her bar station yesterday. The pi
lots on board are Captains Howes, Sta
pies and Leighton.
The gasoline schooner Gerald C.came
in vraterdav from a triD to the cannery
at Nastucca. It to reported that the
schooner will soon leave out for the
nnthprn nart nf the Oreron roast and
will be put on a run between some of
the smaller ports there.
REVOLUTION FIRES BURNING
New York, Sept., 1. Travellers from
Panama report the isthmus alight with
fires of a new revolution, according to
a Times dispatch from San Jose, Costa
Rica. The Indians have risen and the
late followers of General Benjamin
Herren are mustering in the mountain
villages preparatory to Joining an or
ganized revolt caused by the rejection
of the Panama" Canal treaty. Hun
dreds of stacks of arms confiscated by
the Colombian government at the close
of the late revolution have reappeared
from some mysterious source. With the
arms goes ammunition fresh from fac
tories, showing the movement is not
spasmodic, but carefully planned.
Travellers from Panama to Pointa
Arenas say that In Panama it is report
ed that General Herren has disappeared
from his home near Bogota, and is pre
sumed to be on his way to the Isthmus
If this is true Herrera probably will
again assume command of the revolu
tionary forces and cast his lot with the
isthmian people, as was his intention
had the late revolution terminated in
favor of the Liberal party.
General VIctoniano Lorenzo, who was
banished to Coucau after the surrender
of the Liberal forces last December, has
escaped and is presumed to be in the
marshes making his way back to the
JSjhmus. Lorenzo had 7OQ0 Indians in
MS following, and it is believed he !!!
have little difficulty in rallying the old
forces if he succeeds In making his
way back to San Carlos or to any other
From Chorrerra comes the report that
he Is in that localty mustering the In
dians. At Boujoula Colonel Arcouca Is
In command of well mobilized forces.
At Sacramento Sacramento 13; San
At San Francisco-Oakland 6; Port
At Los Angeles Los Angeles 3; Se
At Washington Washington 1; Bos
At Philadelphia First game Phila
delphia 1; New York B.
At Philadelphia Second game Phil
adelphia 1; New York 1,
At St. Louis St. Louis 0; Cleveland
At Brooklyn First game Brooklyn 8
At Brooklyn-S?cond game-Brooklyn
5; Boston 0.
At Chicago-Chicago 0; Cincinnati 8.
At New York New York 7; Phila
Q II, Oikwitz, of No. 137, 10th
St. desires the public to know
that he is prepared to attend
promptly to gun repairing,
saw filing and bicycle work
Office Constructing Quartermaster,
Astoria, Ore.. September t, 1S.
Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will be
received at this office until 10 o'clock
a. m September SS. 190S. for the con
struction, plumbing and electric wiring
of one set of Hospital Steward's Quart -ters
at Fort Stevens. Ore. Cnlted
States reserves the right to reject any
ora'l proposal. Plans can be seen
and specifications obtained at this of
fice, and at the offli-e of Disbursing
Quartermaster at Port'nnd. Ore., anil
Seattle, Wash. Envelopes should be
marked "Proposals' tor construction"
and addressed to Captain Oooilule,
Quartermaster, Astoria, Ore.
Four chairs at the Occident barber
shop. No use to miss everything wait
ing tor a shave. First-class artists and
by the way, this Is the place to get a
bath. Everything the very best, tf.
First-class" carpenter. Apply to C.
G. Palmberg. contractor and builder,
T:S0 oclock Monday morning.
HAWES' WOO HATS.
The hats, of latest vogue and for ev
ery face, figure and fancy; fully guar
anteed. S. Dantlger tc Co., sole agents.
Stuffed cucumbers are a very nice
relish. Ask us about them.
Interview Trulllnger & Hardesty,
433 Commercial street, about your elec
For good, reliable piano work set
your local tuner, Tb. Frederlckson.
2071 Bond stree. Phone 2074 Red.
HATS TRIMMED FREE.
Mrs. R. Ingletan wilt continue her re
Auction sale of hats skirts, waists and
ladies' and children's furnishing goods
until October 1. Call and see the line.
Also carry a complete line of hair
switches and pompadours. Prices will
suit you. MRS. R. INGLETON.
THE PALACE BATHS
Palace baths Include a first-class bar
ber shop andTurklsh andRusslan baths
Best of service in every department. T.
It. Davles, proprietor, 539 Commercial
street. Hours for Turkish and Russian
baths, 3 p. m. to S a. m.
J. A. Folger & Co's high grade teas
In eight different flavors at Johnson
Brothers. Try It, It is good. And
should you not be pleased we refund
your money. Johnson Bros.
END OF BITTER FIGHT.
"Two physicians had a long and stul
born fight with an abcess on my right
lung" writes J. F. Hughes, of DuPont,
Ga., "and gave me up. Everybody
thought my time had come. As a last
resort I tried Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption. The benefit I re
ceived waa striking and I was on mj
feet in a few days. Now I've entlrelj
regained my health." It conquers ali
coughs, colds and throat and lun8
troubles. Guaranteed by Charles Rog
ers' drug store. Price 50c, and 11.00.
Trial bottles free.
Itobines of the skin, horrible plague
Most everybody afflicted In one way or
another. Only one safe, never falling
cure, poan.s Ointment. At any drug
store, 60 sents, ' i
Builds up the system, puts pure rich
blood Into the veins; makes men and
women strong and healthy. Burdock
NOT HOW MUCH
BUT HOW GOOD.
15 CENTS A PINT
Time Card oi Trains
Leaves An 1 vet
Puget Sound Limited. 7:25 am 1:45 pVh
Kansas Clty-St. Louis
Special 11:10 am 1:45 pic
North Coast Limited S:S0 p m 7:00 a m
Tacoma and Seattle Night
Express 11:46 pm 1:05 in
Take Puget Sound Limited or North
Coast Limited for Gray's Harbor points
Take Puget Bound Limited for Olym-
Take Puget Sound Limited or Kan
sas Clty-St Louis Special for points
on South Bend branch
Double dally train service on Gray's
Four trains daily between Portland,
Tacoma and Seattle.
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR, FEED, PROVISIONS, .
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Supplies at all kinds at lowest rates, for fishermen,
Farmers and Loggers.
As Vs ALLEN Tenth and Commercial Streets
A Model Kitchen
Every Home Can Havs One at a Vry
You would be astonished tf told tht
prices that Foard Stokes Co., Is sel
ling its famous cooking stoves and
utensils at A better assortment can
not be found in any store In the state.
We supply everything from a dust pan
to a range at prices that will fit any
pocketbook. It is economy to have
your kitchen modern. Saves labor, ex
penses anj your health. Let us show
you what we can do to remodel your
home. We want at least a ch.vnce to
quote you our prices.
FOARD ftSTOKES CO.
STILL IN THE LEAD
Dainty eaters, people with hearty
appetites theater parties, and all other
parties find what they dealre and some
to appreciate at the Toke Point oyster
house. The choicest viands In the mar
ket are there served In most pleasing
style. Open all night. Private room.
BEST 15-CENT MEAL.
You will always And the best IjC
meal In the city at :he Itlslac Sun res
taurant. No. 1J Commercial street.
Fir slabwood, stve lengths, $2.50 per
cord. Boxwood 11.50 per large load.
Phone Kll Black. Kelly, the trans
We sell, rent, and repair all makes of
typewriters. Write for new catalogue
of New Densmare.
Huxley. Ryan A Co..
82 Fourth Street. Portland. Or.
THE DEATH PENALTY.
A little thing sometimes results In
death. Thus a mere scratch. Insigni
ficant cuts or puny boils have paid the
death penalty. It is wise to have Buck
len's Arnica Salve ever handy.. It's the
best salve on earth and will prevent
The newest anj latest In clgarettes
Pall Malls; cork Hps. at P. A. Trul
linger'. Two stores.
New stock of fancy goods Just arriv
ed at Yokohama Bazaar. Call and see
the latest novelties from Japan.
A LIFE SAVER
Many lives are annually destroyed by
diseases resulting from faulty plumbing
Be sure your plumbing Is done by an
expert, and save annoyance and dan
ger. Gas and steam fitting, heating,
tinning, etc. Fixtures in stock.
JOHN A. MONTGOMERY,
425 Bond street. 'Phone 1031.
PUTS AN END TO IT ALL.
A grevlous wall sometimes comes as
a result of unbearable pain from over
taxed organs. Dizziness, backache,
liver complaint and constipation. But
thanks to Dr. King's New Life Pills
they put an end to it all. They are gen
tie but thorouKh. Try them. Only 25
tents. Guaranteed by Charles Rogers'
We are the Hole selling agents of
Hawes' celebrated Hats; equal to any
J5.00 hat on the market.
S. DANZIGER &. CO.
Office Constructing Quartermaster,
Astoria, Ore., August 25, 1903. Sealed
proposals, In triplicate, will be received
at this office until 10 o'clock a. m Sep
tember 8, 1903, for the construction,
plumbing, heating and electric wiring
of One field officers and one double set
of lieutenant's quarters at Fort Stev
ens, Ore. United States reserves the
rich in rpfpet nnv nr All nrAIViNflJs.
Plans can be seen and specifications
obtained at this office, and at the office J
of Disbursing Quartermaster at Port-
land, Ore., and Seattle, Wash. Envel
opes should be marked "Proposals fori
construction" and addressed to Captain I
Goodale, Quartermaster, Astoria, Ore,
Office of C. Q. M., Vancouver Bar
racks, Wash., August 5, 1903. Sealed
proposals, In triplicate, will be received
here until 11 a. m., September 4, 1903,
and then opened for repairs to Hospital
at Fort Stevens, Oregon. U. 8, reserv
es' the right to reject or accept any or
all proposals or any part thereof. En
velopes containing proposals should be
marked: "Proposals for repairs to Hos
pital at Fort Stevens, Oregon," and ad
dressed to undersigned.
F. H. HATHAWAY, C, Q. M.
TLe , startling announcement that a
prevent I v of suicide had been discov
ered will Interest many. A run down
ystem, or despondenry Invariably pre
cede sutclds and something has been
found that will prevent that condition
which makes suicide likely. At the
flrt thought of self destruction take
Klectrto Hitters. It being a great tonic
and nervine will strengthen the nerves
and build up the system. It's also a
grwiil stomach, liver and kidney iviiulti
tor. On'y 60o at Charles Rogers' drug
AS THE CROW FLIES
ths roomy retiring rooms cosy com
partments and the many little con
veniences especially arranged for their
comfort on the
"THE TRAIN FOR COMFORT
every night between Minneapolis, St.
Paul and Chicago via
Befare starting on a trip no matter
where write for Interesting Informa
tion about comfortable traveling.
H. L. 8ISLER. General Agent.
132 Third Street. Portland. Ore.
.0 W. TEASDALE, Gen. Tans. Agt.,
81. Paul. Mln.
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
LEAVE PORTLAND jARRlVi.
S.OOa.tn.lPortland Uulon De-;il:10a.m
7:00 p-raJpot for Astoria and, 9.40 p.m.
2:30 p.m.wsy points. I
:45a.m.!For Portland nd 11:30 a.m
;10p.m. way pointa 110:30 pm.
J 15:50 p.m.
8:15 a.m.Atorla tor War- 7
11:30 a.m.renton, Flavsl, Ft! 10
ll:35am.!Stevens. Hammond 4
; 30 a.m.
; 50 p.m.
6:15 p.m.8eaalde for War- 9
9:40 am.ren ton, Flavel.ill
2:30 p.m.Hammond, Ft. 1:
5:00 p.m. Stevens and As- 7
I toria !T
Dally except Saturday.
AH trains make close connections at
Goble with alt Northern Pacific trains
to and from the East and Sound points
J. C. Mayo,
Gen'l Freight and Puss. Agent,
Subscribe for the Semt-Weckly As
torian, 81.00 a year.
Notice Is hereby given thnt the un-
undersigned, sheriff of Clatsop county,
State of Oregon, has seized the chattels
hereinafter described, under and pur
suant to a notice In writing to him
from the Columbia River Pncki-rs As
soclnton, mortgagee, requiring him to
take possession of and sell the said
chattels to satlofy the sum of $197.00
due said Packing Company from one
Louis Olsen mortgager. And It a p.
pcaring to ma that said Olxtn did, on
the 23rd day of March 1903 mortgage to
the said Packing Company the said
chattels to secure suld sums of money
and the sum Is due and wholly unpaid
and by the terms of said mortgage if
the said sum should not be puld when
due, the said Packing Company Is
authorized to take ' poiJioailon of and
sell the said chattels upon giving one
week's notice Of Jthe time and place
of the B&le in a newspaper of general
circulation published In the county of
Clatsop and state of Oregon, and out of
the money arising from the sale, to re
tain and pay the amount of said In
debtedness with Interest and all charg
es and expenses touching the sale.
Therefore I have taken possession of
the following described chattels, des
cribed In said mortgage, to-wit:
One Columbia river fish boat, spruce
built, being 26 feet 7 .Inches long and
7 feet 7 Inches In beam, together with
Ihe mast, sails, spars, anchor and all
gear belonging thereto complete.
Also one gill net composed of 8 papers
Fnlayson's twine, 40-12 ply 81-2 and
11 Inch mesh; 45 meshes deep, about 300
fathoms on the lines together with all
lines, corkn and all appurtances thereto
And I will on Tuesday, the 8th day of
September, 1903, at the hour of 10
o'clock in the forenoon at the cannery
building of said Columbia River Pack
ers Association at Clifton. In the said
county of Clatsop, state of Oregon, sell
the said chattels at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash In hand at the
time of sale.
Sheriff of Clatsop County, Oregon
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Try them. Only 60 cents at Charles
Roger's drug store.
"PENDLETON" INDIAN ROBES
Couch Covers, Lounge Covers
Bathing Robes Veranda Wraps
For Fancy Corners and For the Bed
A Urge Assortment of the Above Goods at
G. HL Cooper's
The leading Dry Goods and
Clothing House of
SOLID OAK ROUND TOP
Large new line at 97.75 and up
Elegantfnew designs in Chlffonelresand Hall Trees
Come in and see some Nobby Furniture
H. H. ZAPF - The Housefurnisher
icio-a-it co.MMKita.VL stki:i:t
KJO COMMKKCIAL HTKICKT
Best and Neatest Eating House in Astoria
Try Our 2 5-Cent Dinners
MARINOVICH & CO
S. A. GIMRE
attKr Boots and Shoes
fMln tit Clone Fiitnros
The Finest Hotel in the Northwest
R. J. OWKNS, Proprietor.
Oiu HrookH, Mnna(jr'r,
Wines, Liquors and Cigars, !cst in the Market.
Concert Every Evening. Patrons Cordially Received anil Well Treated.
Eighth and Astor Streets, - Astoria, Oregon.
Scow Bay Iron 8 Brass Works
Iron, Steel, Brnss find Bronze Costings. '
General Founclrymon and Putterumnker.?.
Absolutely firstclnss work. Prices lowest.
Phone 2431 Corner Eighteenth and Franklin.
you MAY IWTKPI1 llUILVDINO
orlind It nonry to KEriMCEX WOItpr.OUT ItOOV
Takes the plac of Mngtet, tin, Iron, tr, and gravel, and all prepared roofings
For Hut and tti ep surfaces, natter. vbIIcvs, eto. Easy to lay. Tampered for all
climates. Iteasouable in cost. Bold on merit, Guaranteed. It will pay to auk for
Jni;eo anu niiormHiion.
THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO.,
Cftrrlage.snd Wagon Bonding. First-Class Horse Shoeing.
flogging Camp Work,
. All kinds of wagon materials in stock for sale.
We guarantee the best work done in the cityf Prices right.'
Corner Twelfth and Duane Sts. 'Phone 911. -
High Clttfciief f
CAMHKS A FINE
Worcester Building, Portland.