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ASTORIA. OREGON, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1?, MM.
E AT ALT RATION SALE
WILL BE READY THIS MONTH
The Dredge Grant Soon to Go
If the expectations of General Gil
lesple materialise, the dredge Grant
vlll go into commission during the
present month. Senator Fulton wrote
General Gillespie about the matter
some days ago, and on the 10th inst.
wired to learn Just when the dredge
would be finished. The following re
ply was received yesterday:
"Washington. Sept. 12.-Hon. C. W.
Fulton, Astoria Reply to your tele
gram of the 10th inst. it is expected
the dredge Grant will go into commie
' Blon during the present month.
Chief of Engineers."
The delay in preparing the Grant for
work at the river's mouth will make it
impossible for her to do much on the
bar, but she can be used to great ad
vantage Inside the harbor. During
fine days it will be practicable for her
to work on the outside.
OeneralGillesple's message is gratify-
Ingaa the delay in converting the Grant
into a dredge had created some concern
in this city, . - -
Boys' school suits at Danslgers.
NO MORE CENTS TO BE COINED.
PhiladeIphIa,Sept. 12. No more cents
are to be made by the United States
mint here for more than a year, unless
a special order is issued from the Unit
ed States treasury at Washington. This
latest Instruction from Washington is
due to the enormous production of the
last five years, 3,000,000,393 pennies hav
ing been shipped from the Philadelphia
mint, which is the only one that coins
the one ent pieces, to various parts of
the country. Between July 1,' 1901, and
June 1, 1903, 89,600,000 cents were coin
New crop dill pickles are now to be
had at Johnson Bros. .
EXPENSES OF FAIR BOARD.
Portland, Sept. 12. (Special) The. ex
penditures by the board of Lewis and
Clark state fair commissioners has
been less than 31000 since its organi
sation. Following are the total expend
Expense of commissioners ......I 73.60
Ofllce supplies 94.58
Salary of officers 268.33
Salary nupfs and assts 184.20
Agriculture and live stock 36.45
ADMITTED TO PROBATE.
The will of the late Lyman S. Kinney
was admitted to probate in Judge
Trencharl's court yesterday. The value
of the estate Is placed at $16,000. In the
will Mr. Kinney named as executors
his wife, Albert Lalghton and Frank
Kinney. The last named executor is
now living in Washington and cannot
BASE BALL SCORES
Cleveland First game Cleveland 3;
At Cleveland Second game Cleve
land 4; Detroit 0.
At Boston (Boston 10; New Tork 1.
At Washington-Washington 0; Phil
At St. Louis St. Louis 11; Chicago
At Pittsburg Pittsburg 4; Philadel
At Cincinnati Cincinnati 8; Boston
At Chicago-Chicago 5; Brooklyn 7.
At St. Louis-St. Louis 3; New Tork
At San Francisco Seattle 7; Oak.
At Los Angeles Los Angeles 4;
Frsncteco 8. . . . ,
At Sacramento Sacramento 11;
land 8. -
At Spokane-Spokane 4; Salt Lake
4. Game called llth Inning on account
At Brattle-Seattle ; Butte 8. '
Mrs. F. N. Breiee and daughter, of
Clackamas, are visiting Miss Maud
Misa Anna Johnson returned on the
steamer Columbia from a visit In San
county Clerk Clinton and I. J. Kern,
editor of the Budget, are visiting in the
Willlan Dunn, a conductor on the O
K. & N. railway, came up from San
Francisco on the Columbia.
Peter Grant has returned from the
beach and is spending a few days in
Astoria before leaving for Portland
Miss Wasserman, who had been vis
iting for nearly two months with
Mrs. I. Bergman, returned yesterday
to her home in Portund.
captain Edward llasney was a pas
senger on the Columbia yesterday
Captain Masney has been In California
for the benefit of his health.
Mrs. Lemon, Mrs. W. J. Barry,
Mrs. Kate Lighter, and Miss Amy
Lemon last night went to Portland
where they will visit for a few days
J. J. Henry the electric light and
power man, was in the city yesterday.
Ten Higgins went to Portland yester
day to enter upon a course at Tortland
AMONG THE CHURCHES.
Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran (Both
morning and evening services will be
conducted in the Norwegian language
Evening service at 7.30. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. ,
GRANTED FINAL PAPERS.
Sven Lonbsrg, a native of Finland,
was. granted first papers of citizen
ship yesterday by County Judge Trench
A son was born yesterday to Mr. and
Mrs." M. B. Pearson. Mr. Pearson is
an employe of Brix Bros., of Grays
The following 12 maxims form part of
the will of Mayer Anselm Rothchild,
the founder of the great banking house
of Frankfort. They are now attracting
attention ;n Europe, and are recommed-
ed to those who desire to succeed in
I. Seriously ponder over and thor
oughly examine any project to which
you intend to give your attention,
II. Reflect a long time, then decide
III. Go ahead.
IV. Endure annoyance patiently, and
fight bravely against obstacles.
V. Consider honor as a sacred duty.
V. Never lie about a business affair.
VII. Pay your debts promptly.
VIII. Learn how to sacrifice jnoney
when necessary ..
IX. Do not trust too much to luck,
- Spend your tlme profitably.
XI. Do pot . pretend to be more im
portant than you really are.
XII. Never become discouraged, work
zealously and you wiU surely succeed.
A man with a mania for answering
advertisements has had some Interest
ing experiences. He learehed that by
sending fl to a Yankee he could get
a cure for drunkenness. And he did
It was to "take the pledge and keep it'
Then he sent fifty cents to find out how
to raise turnips successfully. He
found out: "Just take hold of the tops
and lift." Being young, he wished to
marry, and sent thirty-four one-cent
stanps to a Chicago firm for informa
tion as to how to make an Impression.
When the answer came it read, "Sit
down on a pan of dough." Next adver
tisement he answered read,, "How to
double your money In six months."
He was told to convert his money Into
bills, fold them and thus double his
money. Next he sent for twelve useful
household articles and got a' package
of needles. He was slow to learn, so he
sent 11 to find out "how to get rich."
"Work hard and never spend a cent."
That stopped him." But his brother
wrote to find out how to write without
pen or Ink. He was told to use a lead
pencil. He paid $1 to learn bow to live
without work, and was told on a postal
card: "Fish for easy marks, as we
Commencing' Tuesday, September 8th, 1903
Our Store will be in the hands of the Carpenters and Painters on
the 25th inst. and for the next two weeks we are going to make
BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS.
Boys' suits 33.50 at Dnnslger's.
Three-piece Boys' suits at Danilger's.
Made to fit and
wear, 32.50 to 37.50
Immense line of Boys'
suits at Danilger's.
See Daiiziger'8 display of Boys'
Toulhs' suits and overcoats.
Organ for sale cheap.
Inquire at ihli
THE PALACE BATHS
l'alace baths Include a first-class bar
ber shop andTurkish andRussian 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.
NORTH COAST LIMITED.
Is only run by the Northern Pacific
between Portland and Minneapolis and
St. Paul through Tacoma, Seattle,
Spokane, Missoula, Butte, Livingston,
Billings, Blsmark and Fargo. Eight
of these trains are on the run dally,
four east and four vast. Each Is a
solid vestlbuled train, carrying stand
ard Pullman tourist sleepers, dining
car, day coaches, mall, express and'
baggave car and the elegant observa
tion car. Each train Is brilliantly
lighted with over 300 lights and the
beauty of It all Is you can travel Just
as cheaply on this train as on any
other. All representatives will be
glad to give you additional informs
Hon. A. D. Charlton, Assistant Gen- !
eral Passenger A rent 2S6 Morrison St, I
UXURIOUS 1 RAVEL
Th. "Northwestern Umlrid" trains, ;
electric lighted throughou'. both inside !
and out, and steam heated, are with- :
out exception, the finest trains la the
world. They embody the Ittest, newest i
and best Ideas for comfort, convenijice !
and luxury ever offered the travelling
public, and altogether are the men
complete and splendid production it tin
car builders' art.
These splendid Trains
The Great Northern
The Northern Pacific and
The Canadian Pacific
AT 8T. PAUL FOR
CHICAGO and the EAST.
No extra charge for these superior
acommodatlons and all classes of tick
ets are available for passage ct the
trains on this line are protected hi ts
interlocking locs System.
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
LEAVE PORTLAND ARRIVl
8.00 a.m.Portland Uulon De-ll:10a.m
7:00 p.m.lpot for Astoria and) 8:40 p.m.
14:30 p.m.way points.
:45a.m.For Portland andlll:30a.m.
:10p.m. way points. 10:30p.m.
1 tS:50 p.m.
tor War- 7:40 a.m.
Flavel, Ft 10 :30 a.m.
Hammond 4:00 p.m.
t5:55 p.m. I
6:15 p.m.Seaside for War- 9:25 a.m.
:40 a.m.renton, Flavel,12:30 p.m.
2:30 p.m.Hammond, Ft. 1:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m.Stevens and As- 7:20 p.m.
I toria '!T6;50p.m.
Dally except Saturday.
f Saturday only. ."
AH trains make close connections at
Ooble with all Northern Pacific trains
to and from the East and Sound points
. J. C. Mayo,
Gen'l Freight and Pass. Agent
in all Departments to save
Leading Dry Goods and
Clothing House of
John Fubrmnn, Win. Werthes
G. W. Morton.
Central Meat Market
647 COMMERCIAL ST.
t'mir imiir for
FEES H A N I) S A L T
Will ! promptly unit
su Hc'iii-tly mtemtt-d lo
FRAEL & COOK
DRAY1NG AND EXPRESSING
All goods shipped to our car
Will receive special attention.
538 Duane St. ' W. J. COOK. Mgr
428 BO!ND ST.
We are thoroughly prepared for
making estimates and. executing
orders for ill kinds of electrical
Installing and Repairing
Supplies In stork. We sk-U the
celebrated 8HELBT LAMP. Call
I up Phone 11BL
H. W. CYRUS. - Mgr
Office Constructing Quartermaster,
Astoria, Ore., September 2, 1903.
Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will be
received at this office until 10 o'clock
a. m., September 22, 1503, for the con
struction, plumbing and electric wiring
of one set of Hospital Steward's Quart
ters at Fort Stvens, Ore. United
States reserves the right to reject any
or all proposals. Plans can be seen
and specifications obtained at this of
fice, and at the office of Disbursing
Quartermaster at Portland, Ore., and
Seattle, Wash. Envelopes should be
marked "Proposals for construction"
and ad.lre.w4 to Captain Goodole,
Quartermaster, Astoria, Ore.
Western Oregon and Washlngton--Occasion
Eastern Oregon Occasional
Eastern Washington and Northern
Miiho Occasional rain.
Diamonds Are Going UftH
The Time to Buy
460 Commtvld Strut
The Finest Hotel In the Northwest
R. J. OWENS, Proprietor.
WinesLiquors and Cigars, Best in the Market.
Concert? Every Evening, Patrons Cordially Received and Well Treated,
Eighth and Astor Streets, - . Astoria, Oregon,
HOIK NAMES CONVENT
BonrJIns and Dy School (or girls
Kimleiyarteo, Inturmediuto, Grammar,
Academic sod Commercial Courses.
Tuorouk-u Musical Courses. Private
lessous lu Elocution. Classes of Physics I
Next Sena ton oui September 8tb.
Fur Circular address,
LOOK AT THIS
If Looking For Nice Dainty
Things For Lunch
We have them.
Vmterwood's deviled ham.
l.lbby's deviled ham.
Llbby's deviled chicken.
Llbby's deviled turkey,
Llbby's Melrose Pate. v
Llbby's Veal Loaf, -
Llbby's Potted Delicacies,
Hammond's Lunch Tongue.
French boneless Pickled Sardines.
High Life Crabi
Cooper's pure Oliva Oil has no equal.
FOARD ft STOKES CO.
CI IAS. K. WI8E, Proprietor.
Tbe Best of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Concert Every Kveiiing
Cor. Eighth ami Attor Sto', Astoria, Or
C. II. Oikwitz, of No. 137, lOtli
St. desires the public to know
that he is prepared to attend
promptly to gun repairing,
saw filing and bicycle work
a Fine Gem
Hag Beauties at Prices no
Greater than Months Ago
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR, FEED, PROVISIONS,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Supplies of all kinds at lowest rates, for finhcrmeu,
Fanners and Loggors.
As V. ALL,BN Tenth and Commercial Street
SOLID OAK ROUND TOP
Lare new line at 7.75 and up
Elegant n$w designs In Chiffoneiresand Hall Trees
Come in and see some Nobby Furniture
H. H. ZAPF - The Housefurnisher
4(.'tO-m COM.MKKL'IAL MTltKKT
We will hove
On about September 1st
It will pay you to wait
w. c. laws aca
Plumbers and Steamfitters. 4
527 BOND STREET
is the most farnons of trail-continental
trains via Omaha. Between Omaha
and Chicago it runs via the
Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul
Double daily service Portland to Chi
. cago via this route... All meals served
in dining cars.
our Stock of
Third Street, Portland