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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1903)
ASTORIA, OR KGON, FRIDAY. pECEMBr.R J8, 1903.
: t Make Appeal
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Refuses to Pay Fine Imposed in
Justice's Court Drove an
' , . - Old Crippled Horse. .
What gave promise at first of a brief
fclving; of testimony, a swift conviction
nd the imposing of a fine, developed
jfpterday In a long drawn out trial
that occupied the attention of the jus
tice's court from , V fu m. until 4:3w
b'clock in the afternoon. And the end
iR .notyet, for the dissatisfied defend
ant vmvs that he will make appeal. In
such, event, the State vs. Marcus Suh
ian will appear upon the dockets of
the circuit court.
'.Tiilr; Buwian'waa arrested a few days
jifo, the charg being cruelty to an oai
' nial. The alleged cruelty rested in the
tact that Mr. Susman had been drlV1
lng about the streets a horse that gave
every appearance of being utterly unfit
for work. He is old and sfemlnly crip
pled in every Joint, and when being
(Uiven 'staggers along as if each step
would surely be his last. So when Main-
Suprenant filod complaint again.Mt
fcu.iman, none expressed surprise. At
t':is om'i the defendant determined
to fixht the case and retained A. M.
Smith to his defense. The case was
called at 10 a. m. and with the excep
tion of a brief respite at noon, contin
ued Until late in the afternoon. '
Besides the taking of testimony of
several witnesses, the horse was led up
to the 'door of the court room in the
afternoon and was critically inspected
by the jury. The animal looked a fit
subject for a glue faftory, but never a
draft horse; so the jury was not slow
in bringing In a verdict of guilty as
charged, when the case was finally
turned over to them. The court im
posed a flne of 25 and costs, which sum
wus not collected, the defendant pre
feiTing to make appeal. It Is possible,
however, that this plan may be aban
doned, as Busman's friends are trying
to make It clear to him that It would
be better for him if lie would pay up
' and be 'good.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
ceptance being couched in. complimen
tary "terms regarding fhe wisdom of
the arrangements. Mr. Lyman 'will be
at work bh the exhibit from now until
the fair opens and will personally con
duct the booth during the progress of
the great exposition.
NEW BARGAINS FOR TODAY
' For sale, cheap Good organ. Inquire
at this office. tf
Ujiper Astoria has a place where you
can get a fine glass of beer, as good
wines and liquors as you can find any
place in the city.
....... - . HARRY JONES,
tf Opposite Kopp's Brewery.
Christmas novelties now coming m.
Full line of things to burn. Visitors
always welcome, ... Frank Woodfleld
Art Store, Bond street. ' tf
T. F. Laurln has a complete line pf
toilet articles and perfumes, the most
complete stock In any retail' store In
the northwest. Give him a trial. tf
We sell, rent, and repair all makes of
typewriters. Write for new catalogue
of New Densmore.
. Huxley, Ryan & Co., .
82 Fourth Street Portland, Or,
- ' BEST 15-CENT MEAL.
You jnVX always And tlie best lui
meal in the city at the Rising Sun re
taurant. No. 612 Commercial street.
Smoke La Imperial cigars.
The La Tosca is under new manage
men and the new proprietors solicit a
continuance , of the former trade and
are .imply able to care for the new.
All treated alike. They keep an ord
erly house and they solicit a call. tf
A sure, sign of approaching revolt and
serious, .trouble in your system is ner
vousness., sleeplessness, or stomach up-
setrf. Electric Bitters will quickly dis
member the troublesome causes. It
rIever'falls'To' tone the stomach, regu
late the kidneys and bowels, stimulate
the liver and clarify the blood. Run
down systems benefit particularly and
all the usual attending aches vanish
under its searching and thorough ef
fectiveness. Electric Bitters is only 50
cent's, and that is returned if It don't
give perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed
by Chas. Rogers, druggist.
STILL IN THE LEAD
Dainty eaters, people with hearty
appetites theater parties, and all other
parties find what they desire and sorne
to appreciate af the Toke Point oyster
house. The choicest viands In the mar
ket are there served in most pleasing
style. Open all night. Private rooms.
Superintendent of School H. S. Ly
itiHii reports that the ,' schools of the
state are taking hold of the proposed
exhibit for the St. Louis exposition with
spirit und that the plans now being
laid will bring the department of ed
ucation of Oregon to the front during
the great fair. Mr. Lyman has toured
the entire state 'In the interests of the
exhibit ami found sympathy and help
everywhere. The denominatonnl schools
take a-j active a part In the arrange
ments as the public institutions and
much of the work to be shown will be
dune by Catholic students. The suiwi'-'
iittciuieht has vecently been in Port
land wher.! he lias been conferring with
the other committees regarding the In
tnllaikmof the Oregon booth. Its
position in the oest of any ulnte in the
union and the plans submitted to the
l'ii. 3t the department ut St. Louis
have been accepted, the letter of r-
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing between
W. L. Trullinger and M..F. Hardesty
under the firm name of Trullinger &
Hardesty has been by mutual consent
dissolved, W. L. Trullinger retiring
and M. F. Hardesty continuing lrr
business. Ail debts and obligations of
the firm up to and Including the 15th
day of December, 1003, will be paid by
W. L. Trullinger, who will also collect
all money due the Aim to and Including
W. L. TRULLINGER,
m, f. HAnnrcsTY.
Dated Dec. 15, 1903.
A LIFE SAVER
Many lives are annually destroyed by
diseases resulting from faulty plumbih
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 103L
Do you Hk2 ohickea.tamalta or choice
roncarne? If so, ring up J. G. Cook,
or call on him. Headquarters in rear of
National saloon. Ask for Cook, who
makes the finest concarne and tamales.
Orders delivered at private residences.
Ladies, we have just received a fine
assortment of varnishes, varnish stains,
enamels, gold paints bronzes, etc., put
up expressly for those who do their own
decorating. Now is the time to bright
en up things as the holidays are ap
rroaching. B. F. ALLEN & SON.
" ' '""Wanted"-"""
To purchase residence property or
building lot having good view of the
rlvp, with payments of $30' monthly.
Address, stating exact location and
price, J. W. R., care Astorian.
ONLY 25 CENTS.
For a Russian bath from 8 a. m. to
p. m. After S p. m. 60 -cents. The
Palace Turkish baths have all modern
equipments. Always open, side en
trance, 539 Commercial street. -tf.
G. H. STAUFF, Mgr.
WE THANK YOU;
To Call and Sep our !
i r, i .v .''."- i , ' t.
"line of i3 Christmas
Slippers and Shoes,
the finest that mon
ey can buy. Call
and be convinced V
THAT IS OUR BUS-f
PETERSON Sk BROWN?
Bring your job work to the Astorian.
, To my friends and patrons: I have
this day sold rny interest in the firm
of Trullinger & Hardesty to my former
partner, M. F. Hardsty, together with
the good will thereof. I wish to be-
.-poak for him the former good patron
age enjoyed by said firm, and recom
mend him as a first-class, painstaking,
reliable and conscientious workman,
and entitled to the confidence of the
community. W. L. TRULLINGER.
December 15. 1903.
Nine hundred tons of fine Australian
coal has just arrived for Elmore & Co.
No other fuel has ever given such uni
versal satisfaction in Astoria as Aus
tralian coal, and this cargo is said to
be a little better than the last. It is
free from dirt and makes but little
ash. Free delivery. Call up 'phone
1961 and give your order.
ELMORE & CO.
Corner Ninth and Commercial streets
If you want a Turkish bath and a
bod for tho night order ahead, as there
arednly'a limited number of beds.
Turkish bath and bed. to: Russian
bath, 50c; durng the day, 25c.
. PALACE TURKISH BATHS.
T. F. Laurin, the purchaser of the
Conn drug store, corner of Commer
cial and Twelfth streets, has made
some needed changes in his new store
and Is better prepared than ever to
meet the requirements of the trade. He
has also renewed the chemicals .and
subscription medicines and his custom
ers can depend that the stock is new
3nd fresh. (. tf
Is now handling the celebrated $
TOKE POINT OYSTERS &
for Eetail and Wholesale trade.' Oysters always cooked and served in
first class style. Shoal Water Bay Oysters always fresh every day.
NICK KAZEPPI, Proprietor. v
105, 107 TWCLFTHjSt. Astoria, Or.
Subscribe for The Astorian and Daily News.
Astoria souvenir crockery in Dresden
china, just in at Forad & Stokes Com
pany. The very latest shapes and de
signs for the holiday trade. .
Dry slabwood. out to 16-inch lengths,
for sale by Wm. Kelly at reasonable
rates. Full measure gu unteed.
Orders given prompt attention i
phone 1221 black.
The cosiest and most tastefully dec
orated cafe in the northwest is that
of Aug. Kratz, on Sixth St., near
Washington, Portland, All goods
warranted and lunch served at all
For sale at a bargain Traot ofiland
in McClure's Astoria. 100 feet square.
For particulars inquire at this office.
The Columbia Oyster House is now
handlinsr the celphratoH ToUa Pnint-
New stock of fancy goods Just arriv
ed at Yokohama Bazaar, Call and see
the latest novelties from Japan. ,
Always. Remember the Full Nawi
-Vrf0 box. 25c
Fishers' Opera House
L. . SELIC, Lessee and Manager
Week Commencing Monday Dec. 14, 1903.
I hereby offer a reward of $25.00 for
the recovery of the body of my wife
who was drowned on Tuesday morn
W in the Lewis and Clark river.
T. ' Nat Jones.
CALI, ON THEM.
Gas mantels guaranteed.
433 Commercial street,
TRULLINGER & HARDESTT.
For Sale. Comfortable residence
in nice location, four rooms with
basement covering all floor space;
terms reasonable. For particulars
apply to Robert Gibson, publisher
Tbose who need tinning done on
their houses should call on J. A.
Montgomery, the tinning department
of whose establishment is in charge
of L. Noe, who has no superior in
that line of the business.
New Style Restaurant
Everything First Class. The Best the Market Affords. -Open
Day and Night. Good Service. .
120 llth St.. next door to Griffin Bros.
and adjoining the Office Saloon
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL ;
All the Leading Brands Sold at Portland Prices
534 Commercial Street,
and 114 Eleventh Street
J. H. HANSEN
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
All work promptly Experted.
Iclephone 441 Main.
, Satisfaction Guaranteed.
505 Bond Street, Astoria.
tei.; m Dm
Mindreader and Predlstitator.
Prices.' Reserved scats 50 cents, Gallery s cents. Seat
, . , opens Saturday morning at (Irittiu's book store.
Four chairs at the Occident barber
shop. , No use to miss everything wait
ing for a ehave. First-class artists and
by the way, this is the place to get a
bath. Everything the very best. tf.
A very fine variety of articles of
fancy work will be offered for sale by
the Bisters of the Convent of the ll oly
Names. The articles are suitable for
Christmas presents, and those desir
ing bargains of that description will
be pleased with the opportunity pre
The Mug Saloon
Corner Ninth and Astor Sts
COAL! COAL! COAL!
If you want your money'! worth
Ring 'Phone 1311.
GEO. W. SANBORN, Agt.
(dines, Liquors and Cigars
Of the Finest Quality
Fishermen nod Seiner;' Jeadqoarters
HATS TRIMMED FREE.
Has Just received a
Full line of
Military Raglans for ladies. Come and
see before purchasing elsewhere.
Complete Furnishing Goods, Hair
Switches and Pompeflours.
; MRS. R. INGLETON, '
Fir slabwood, stove lengths, J3. 00 per
cord. Boxwood 11.50 per large load.
Phone I21X Black. Kelly, the transfer
Bargain for Any One Desiring, to do
The proprietor of a good-paving
fruit, confectionery and cigar and to
bacco store desires to sell out on ac
count of poor health, and will do so
on terms advantageous to the pur
chaser. In addition to the store, there
Is a sixteen -room lodging house, l
rooms furnished and three un
furnished, and all having occupants.
For further particulars apply at this
CHAS. F. WISE, Proprietor.
THE BEST OF
WINES,, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
Family Liquor Store
Choicest Table Wines for
i ... ;
PRIVATE STOCK -Cream Bye, Old Hickory
; Pride of Keatuckey and Hermitiigg
Bepaold California Brandies.
THE "IMPERIAL" HOTEL
C. W. KSOWXEH, fuar. : '
, European flan Amwleaa Plan
li, $i.io. fa la. la.go, j
SDth u WMhturtm tru.mrtiano on
. The Germania .
WM. BOCK. Prop.
WlflES LIQUOiJS and CIGARS
Weinhird's Celebrated Beer '
Corner Bond and Tenth Astoria
Concert Every " Evening
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turner om ana Asior Ms. . Astoria, Oregon I
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K. J. Owens, J'roprietor"
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THE 5 WIGWAM
GlIS BROOKE, Manager "
Great Palace of Art of the Pacific Coast
Fine Bar and the Best of Liquors and Qgm
SEE mi iuTRATEO PICTURE !
Eighth and Astor Sts.
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