The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, June 03, 1885, Image 3

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ASTORIA, OREGON:
WKDMiSDAY.
-Jl'NE 3. 1B85
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
(Monday excepted)
. P. HALTuORAN & COMPANY,
rirnLISHKKS AND WtOritlKTORS,
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the rate of Sa ier q;inrc per mouth. Tran
sput advertising flftv rents per square, each
Insertion.
Notice To Advertisers.
Tire Astorian guarantees to lt- ad
wrtNers the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
mer.
This juer is on file at tin St. Charles
Hotel, litlnml, Or.
There was no council meeting last
evening.
Drawback blanks, snnn:fie, etc.. at
Astobiak ollice.
Tho Citadel, one of tin lest of the Jan
uary fleet, has arrived.
Raspberries and blackberries are
t iking the place of strawberries.
Lieut L. Chnmbarliu, 1st Artillery l.
S. A., advertises for projwsalK. See advr.
Salmon Shippers: bills of lading, Liver
pol, Lancashire, London, blank: any
quantity at Astoisiak office.
Tho Telephone made a quick trip yes
terday, coming down against n fetrong
head'nnd flood tide and arriving at 1
o'clock.
Hamilton & Cummins are prepared to
do all kinds of street building and repair
ing, grading, jiilinir. etc. Office nt the
Elmo House, No. (17 Water street.
The fire boys arc getting in some good
practice those evenings. For a man that
tips tho baam at 203 tho portly foreman
of Alert 1. and L. No. 1 does some tail
running.
Stato Superintendent McElroy has
been notified that accommodations havo
beou secured for ninety teachers during
the session of the stale teacher' associa
tion next mouth.
Tho fishing fleet rode on rough-water
yesterday. A stiff breeze from tho west
and an incoming tido drove them along
at a fast gait, half hidden by tho spraj
they dashed up as they tore along through
tho green water.
Circuit court yesterday adjourned to
Thursday morning to dispose of some un
finished cases left over from last term.
The jury in tho Gray-Stoabb case could
not agree, and wcro discharged at mid
night on Monday.
The county court yesterday appointed
Capt. Geo. Plavol county commissioner
in place of John Hobson, resigned. Hev.
JL D. Wilson was appointed to the coun
ty supenntendenev mado vacant by tho
resignation of J. . Higgins.
Tho Gen. Canby is being overhauled
and repaired on tho beach noar whero
he .dfiancc was built. Supt. llucker
puts in a telephone at that placo to-day;
tho numbsr is -IS. so if j'on w.mt tho Gen.
Canby, ring up tho central and ask for
"43, please."
Everyone rcmombera with pleasuro
"tho way mother used to cook." Noth
ing in after years tastes quite so good,
but at Mrs. G. W. Backer's private board
ing house over Eeaton & Carnahan's tho
boarders all say tho savory food is so pal
atable that it reminds them of boyhood's
days.
Police Judge Morolaud, of Portland
has decided that a man can havo money
and still be a vagrant in Portland, lie
decided last Jlonday that "only those
who had a regular income wore beyond
tho meshes of tho vagrant law." It now
becomes an interesting question in
Portland what a "regular income' is.
A contract was let last Mondaj' by the
Port Blakeley Mill company for the con
struction of three miles of standard
gauge railroad from tho head of Puget
sound towards the Chehalis river, the in
tention being to extend the road later to
Gray's harbor, a distance of thirty-three
miles. William Harkins was the suc
cessful bidder.
School closes on the 12th inst., in dis
trict No. 18. It has been a pleasant term
and tho teachers and pupils propose hav
ing a school entertaiumout at Liberty
hall on Monday evening tho 8th in3t.
Tho proceeds aro to bo applied to the
purchase of necessary apparatus for the
school, and tho same generous support
that was given tho exhibition by the
pupils of No. 1 is invoked for the coming
exhibition.
A busi' lot of men are working to get
tho new opera house completed. It will
be a credit to the city and the Ross Bros,
deserve praiso for their enterprise. Tho
building will bo opsned on the 0th by tho
celebrated Casino opera company from
Portland, under the management of A.
S. Gross, in a season of three nights.
There are thirty-five performers, and
some good lyric drama is rjromised those
who attend, Reserved seats at the New
York Novelt y store.
T. S. Jewelt. secretary of tho Clatsop
rod and gun club, is in receipt of a let
ter from H. G. Macdonald, secretary of
the Multnomah rod and gun club, invit
ing our home club to participate in tho
annual shooting tournament at Citj'
View Park on tho Gth inst. Tho aggre
gate value of prizes is 1,000. They aro
worth a contest and some of our crack
shots ought to bo able to get away with
a gold cup, a rifle, or fishing rod.
Bear-Admiral Upshur is now in the
citv visiting his son, U. S. Commissioner
C. P. Upshur. Ho was placed on tho re
tired list on the 1st, and to-morrow leaves
for Washington, overland, having after
forty-fivo years active service well earned
the honorablo retirement granted him by
the government. Admiral Upshur served
through two wars with distinction, and
during tho rebellion won signal honors
by his gallantry on the south Atlantic
coast while in command of tho Jinnr
sjta. Evening Star Social Club will m?et at
the hall of Astoria Engine Co. No. 1
to-tnorrow evening at 7:30.
Committee.
A GOOD FISH STOUT.
Ole Bukitouski lives in Wahkiakum
county and as a rulo ho has been in the
habit of devoting tbrco months of his
time every season in fishing, and the re
mainder in improving his place. During
an interval that he was at home several
years ago, he caught a young salmon, and
af tor keeping it captivo for several days
liberated it. It hung around tho place
for some lime, being fed by Olo quito
regularly, until it finally disappeared.
Time run along, until about three weeks
ago, when the hardy Russian had again
resumed hid piecarious undertaking in
quest of the festive salmon. One dark
and stormy night, with the wind piping
from the sou'west and a strong ebb tide
flowing, Ole and his partner were endeav
oring to take up their net ere they would
be carried down too far and swept onto
the bar. "We'll have to cut loose,' cried
Ole, but before the sentence had fairly
left his lips a monster sea rose, like a
convulsion of nature, with the boat and
its occupants on its crest, and then with
a crash and a deafenig roar louder than
ten thousand canon, tho frail craft was
carried down, down into an abyss liko a
secthing.boiling caldronwith flying spray
and froth in a blinding fury hurled. Our
friend with the Cossack extraction had,
with tho tenacious instinct of a cat,
clung to an oar. which barely kept him
from sinking, and more dead than alivo,
with vivid thoughts of that celestial
shore brightly illuminating his mind, as
ho was fast slipping away, when all at
oneo he felt fomething rub up against
him. With some supernatural instinct
he made an effort to arouse himself, and
to hia utter astonishment? ho beheld a
large salmon of extraordinary fiizorub
biug up to him. Ho loosened his grip on
the oar and throw both arms around the
salmon, who no sooner felt tho burden
than it flew through the water at a ter
rific speed, and in less than it requires to
relatoitpoor Bakitouski was landed in
Baker's bay upon terra firma once more.
Br a peculiar twinkle in the noble
salmon's ee he recognized it was tho
samo one ho had caught when quito
3oung, and as a mean of rewarding the
poor lone n,uerranu ior nis uumiine act
tho salmon had saved his lifoatan op
portune moment. Chciiahs Viorltp.
The Portland Chinese are going to test
tho law in this state against gambling.
In 1883 Judge Deady decided "that tho
crimo of gaming boing definod and its
punishment prescribed by the Jaw of the
state, the city has no authority to sup
press any game not prohibited by such
law nor "to punish any person playing
thereat, but is confined to tho use of such
means as may bo within its power to en
force the stato law within its limits,'
which decision forms tho basis of tho ar
gument in the test case.
A STRAIGHTFORWARD ANSWER.
!M TH1
I PASTRY
It
.A T?.T1 CJSS2D-
VanMIa, jCcxacn, O ranee, etc, Caver
CaUex, Creams, Padding, tc, as dell
cately and naturally as tho fruit from
which they aro made.
For Strenfftli and Trao Fruit
Flavor They Stand Alone.
PREPARED DrTHC
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, III. St. Louio, Ko.
uxKtPt or
0?. Prices Cream Baking Powder
AHD
Br. Price's Lupulia Yeast Getr.s,
Kcil Dry Sop "i'cati.
TOK CJALI3 BY GROCERS.
rtT MAKE BUT OSE GUAUTV.
Light Healthy
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Bread.
ATUISfc' tf
T.Hf
YMSI Bis.
" Did you ever observe," said Colonel
Gilhooly, "how difficult it is to get a
straightforward answer, a plain yes or
no from people generally?"
'No, I don't think I ever did."
"Well, sir." continued Gilhooly, "I
will bet two schooners of beer that wo
can go into a dozen stores on tho avenuo
ana ask if they havo got certain things,
and if they havo not got them tho store
keeper will not say so plain out in ono
single instance. Suppose wo try it?"
Tho suggestion was adopted. They
strolled into a fruit store and Gilhooly
"Have you a green watermelon for
Bale, monsieur?' .
"Watermelon!' exclaimed the aston
ished foreigner, "dis isze wintaire sea-
"fMn. ocV for anv meteorological
intelligence. Once more, my friend,
have you any green watermelens:
"Ze green watermelons is not ripe.
"Who said it was ripe? I did not ask
you whether or not it was ripe. I merely
asked you if you had a green water
melon. But come, Spilkins' let's go.'
Tho next placo was a millinery estab
lishment in which was a pleasant looking
female. . , ,
"Madam," said Gilhooly, "havo you a
fried raulo for sale?'
Tho lady got as red as a turkey gob
bler, and craning her neck out, said:
'.No, Sir, but 1 have a husband and a
father and brothers who will protect mo
from insult."
"I didn't ask you for your pedigree,
ma'am. There is no insult intended. I
merely asked you a civil question."
"John, oh John! Bun hero quick with
tho six-shoolor.
"Don't disturb him, ma'am, if ho is
busy. If you will say that ho is a fried
mulo you'need not produce him. We
will take your word for it."
Thus responding tho two strol led out
again.
"lam going to win that beer," said
the colonel. "You will not find any
body in this street who will say yes or no
to a plain question. Let's go into this
undertaker's shop."
Tho undertaker was a jolly looking
man, who advanced to meet them with a
sunny smilo.
"Havo you anj' canned lobster?" asked
Gilhooly.
"Canned lobster? What makes you
ask that question?"
"That's neither hero nor there. Havo
you any canned lobster or cranberry
pie?'
"Great Scott! This is not a restau
rant!-'
"I did not ask you about that. Havo
you baled hay or 'Pope's Essay on Man,'or
bunion eradicatfr?"
Tho undertaker looked at tho two gen
tlemen and replied:
"No! But 1 have got two lunatics on
hand." Tho two investigators strolled
out.
"Now," said Gilhooly, "aro you satis
fied that nobody in Austin will give you
a straightforward answer to a straight
forward question?"
"I believe I am," was tho response. And
the two went into a beer saloon nnd
asked tho barkeeper if ho had any beer.
"What kind of" beer do you prefer,
gentlemen? I havo imported bee5and '
"There it is again. I asked you if you
bad any beer. Why can't you say 'yes'
if you havo any? I tell you, Spilkins,
tho American people are degenerating in
to a race of miserable artful dodgers and
tricksters' Thero is no moro truthful- f
ness left in tho country."
Salmon.
The post dry hop yeast in tho world.
Bread raised by this yoast is liKht.whito
and wholesome liko our crandmothor't
delicious bread.
Two canneries that ran last year War
ren's at Cathlamet and Geo. T. Myers'
at Fisherton are not running this year,
and two that were idle last year Seaside
and S. D. Adair's aro in operation this
year, so that tho change in tho number of
canneries running amounts to nothing.
They aro all going and packing a fair
aggregate. A general average of ono of
tho largest Astoria canneries for tho last
week in May shows 21-j salmon to tho
boat. The run is said to bo " light" and
ns but little money is paid out a good
deal of business is "light" also. Esti
mates on the number of cases salmon
packed up to the 1st inst. vary greatly; it
is considerably over 100,000. Light and
unsatisfactory sales are reported, vary
f rora 93 cents to 1.02J.
liuclilen's Arnica, salve.
The Best Satvvk in the world for
Cub', Bruises, aore.,Ulcer.s, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands.
Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give,
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by W.
E. Dement & Co.
When others fail try Crow, the lead
ing Photographer, No. GX Water stree t
At Fninlc FabrcN.
Board for S22Z0 a month. Th best
in the city. Dinner from n to 7.
IScin HIorelMrasaiit
To tast, more acceptable to the stom
ach, and more truly bcnficial in its
action the famous California liquid fruit
remedy Syrup of Figs is rapidly super
seding all others. Trv it. For sale by
W. E. Dement & Co.
CRQCERS SELL THEN1.
prepared er THC
Price Baking Powder Co.r
MTis ol Br. mcB's special ElaTonuz Eitracis,
Chicago, III. St. Louis, Mo.
For sale by CnTixo.JlEitLE & Co., Agents
Portland, Oregon
Order your
Prael Bros.
Firemen's Shirts from
9
Hhcet 31urIc.
WDER HUM
The clanger to the public health from the indis
criminate use of the many lime and alum baking
powders of commerce has been so fully exposed that
everybody desires to avoid their further use. .
The proprietors of some of the worst of these pow
ders are now going from house to house, trying by
means of a trick, or so-called test, with heat and water,
to show that their article is as good as the Royal
Baking Powder, which everybody knows is absolutely
pure and wholesome, the object, of course, being to
supply their own goods in place of the favorite Royal,
which housekeepers have for so many years relied upon
to produce light, wholesome, and palatable food.
The housekeeper will do -?7ell to be on her guard
against these baking powder tramps. Every intelligent"
person knows that an- goods peddled from house to
house in this manner, or that are given away in sam
ples, or sought to be introduced by secretly traducing
tbe character of other goods well known to be pure and
reliable, have no merits of their own, and have failed
to find purchasers through legitimate means.
As a matter of fact, one of these tramps is trying to
introduce a powder that has been found by the Govern
ment chemist to be L1.85 per cent lime, and the other
peddles a powder that is 20 per cent alum one a pow
erful caustic, the other a corrosive poison.
No such tricks or jugglery can deceive any one.
The crucial test that the Royal Baking Powder has
undergone during the last quarter of a century the
test of actual and successful work in the preparation
of pure and, wholesome food, under which it has never
3ret failed is entirely satisfactory to the practical
housekeeper. She has always had "good luck" with
it in making light, sweet, and delicious bread, biscuit
jind caki-, and has placed it, to stay, at the head of
her housokcopinu; favorite;. The- Royal Baking Pow
der has the reputation eveiywheiv of being the best
and the only pure baking powder made, and the
baking powder tramp who attempts to supplant its
place in the confidence of the housekeeper will find
this a bad 3rear for his business.
P l I
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Hi
Th, heading
nd Clothing House
OS1 iLSTOXUA.
Our stock is now complete in every department and Iadie3 wishing' a choice
selection of first class goods at very LOW I'RIOES would do well to call early.
In the following lines of goods our selections and prices will compare favor
ably with Eastern and San Francisco houses carrying first class goods.
Rich Black and Colored Silks.
Handsome Brocaded Black and Colored Silks.
Evening Silks, in all the latest tints.
Fine Imported Dress Goods.
Embroidered and Figured Combination Suits.
New Ginghams. New Prints.
New Lawns. New Chair.brays.
New Table Linen and Napkins.
Embroidered Table and Piano Covers.
Lace Curtains and Curtain Jett.
Novelties in Lace Goods, Buttons, Gloves,
Parasols, Ribbons, Fans, etc., etc.
was AT!
of
3o You Tliinl; bat Jcn
The Chop Iloishf
Uivcsyou a meal for nothing, and ei
tiass of something to drink? "No' I
much ! but he gives a better meal anr
more of it than any place in town foi
25 cents. lie buvs by the wholesale and
pavs cash. "That settles it."
Cioup, Whoonmg Cough and ISron
chitis immediately relieved by ShlloJi s
Cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
Hot T.tmcli, at tlto Telephone
Saloon
From 11 to 2 every day.
A fine lunch with drink or cigar, 2."
cents.
Xo charge after two o'clock,
Jeff.
If you waul a first-class picture go to
Crow's gallery and you will be sure to
be suited for his work recommends
itself.
War! War! War!
The latest news to hand states that
5,000 men attacked Jeffs Restaurant last
week. Thev were galantlly met by that
veteran, and got the best and cheapest
meal in town. ,Ieff intends to fight it
out in that line if it takes all summer.
A Good Cigar,
Jusl as good as you usually pay a bit for,
can be had FOIl FIVE CENTS at C. P.
ilson's
ymitasium; Boys Class.
A class for boys from the ages of 7 to
13 vcars will be formed at the Astoria
Gymnasium. A competent teacher will
be provided. Apply at the gymnasium
between the hours of 10 a. m. aud 10 r. M.
W. E, Johns, Prop.
For a Neat Fitting Boot
Or Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che
namus street, next door to I. W. Case.
All goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality. A full stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom work.
Don't pay 25 to 50 cents for dinner
when you can get a better one at the
leiepnono tor 15 cents from 11 to 2.
Gray sells Sackett Bros.' Al sawed
cedar shingles A full M guaranteed.
Former price &i and 40 cents, latest
out, comic sentimental, ctc at 10 cents.
Giuffix & ItlCED'S
City Book Store.
Iluy your Lime of Gray at Portland For pinner Parties to order, at short
" " v notice, go to t ranK i aore s
Our sale of Ball's Cornets is unprece
dented. Pkaix Bros.
To Accommodate His Patrons.
Alex. Gilbert will keep his saloon
open dav and night. Fishermen can get
a good lunch at any hour of the night.
The genuine French sardine constantly
on hand.
The average female heart is left in a
perfect flutter by our latest arrivals of
novelties in Dress good. Parasol?, etc.
PitAnr. Bnos.
One of the finest billiard tables on th
coaxt nt Jeff's "Telephone.'
Foi Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint
von have a printed guarantee on ever;
Jwittle of Sliiloh's Vitalizer. It neve
tails to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles, ctccan
be bought at the lowest prices, at J. V.
Conn's drug store, opposite Ocident
hctel, Astoria.
Fresh Eastern nml Shcnltvafer
Kay Oyster.-
Constantly on hand, cooked to any style
at Frank Fabre's.
Private card rooms at Jell's new sa
loon "The Telephone.'
SniLou's Cgke will immediately
relieve Croup,. Whooping Cough, and
Bronchitis. Sold by W. E. Dement & Co
THE HEYNEMAN PUNCH CIGAR.
5 Cents.
Fully Equal to tho Usual Bit Cigar
Try It.
To He Found in Astoria only at
C. I". WILSON'S.
DO YOU WA'HT TO
SAYE MONEY?
A VEKY LATCGE STOCK OF
Fine Boots and Shoes
TO BK SOLD AT
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES,
FOU A SHORT TIME ONLY.
Come and Get Rare Bargains
AT THE
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN SHOE.
I. J. ARV0LD, Agt.
A Challenge.
Astoria, Oregon'. Junk i, 1833.
MiuIIallokej:
You are auilifirized to say that I wilt fljrut
Thos. Ward Tor $250 a side, with hard gloves
to a finish. Marquis of of Qucensbury ules
tOKOvcrni Hip winner to receive the entire
proceeds liould there be any ; the said fight
to take place In Astoria ten days from sign
ing article?. Yours Truly,
J?3t Fit ANK SILVER.
HAPPINESS
Is not constituted only oTood health
and living',
OUR CLOTHE
AND OTHER
WEARING APPAREL
frfc: i?V rw? (ftK
Play a prominent part m the same also. Now
M. D.Kant
Has the finest assortment of Beady Made
Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothing, also
makes them, too, and guarantees all his
work to yoa. He has an Immense stock of
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes. Hats
and Caps. Also has just received the latest
and best of Athletic and Bathing Suits, and
sells goods at the lowest bed-rock prices.
M. D. KANT,
THE BOSS
IMerclant Tailor ai Glothier.
Cloak Dep
ailment.
Having bought moro largely than this seasons trade seems td demand vre
have concluded to reduce our immense stock to cost price.
THE LATEST STYLES Iff
Ladies Cloaks, Traveling Ulsters,
Wraps, Jerseys, etc., etc. ;
HI III
PYTHIAN BUILDING,
ASTORIA, OREGON.
" " ' ' " - ' aaar' "
ovelty Store
The Leading Stationers and News Dealers of Astoria.
ARTISTS' 3IATivilIAJLS
TOILET ARTICLES,
JA1ATYE GOODS. I
FAXCY GOODS.
11ABI IirGCIES.
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PIASOS.
.MUSICAL IXSTKOiEXTS.
JEWELRY.
y 1 WATCHES AXI CLOCKS.
BIRD CAGES.
The Latest Notions and Novelties, Etc.
We defy any and all competition. Call, examine our goods and be convinced.
OPPOSITE PARKER HOUSE, - ASTORIA. OREGON.
GO TO THE
Hair Dressing Saloon
Parker House, Iff aiu St.,
For a first-class Shave, scientific Hair-cut.
and hygienic Shampuc, etc,
II. Da PARK, Prop.
Astoria Bakery
AND
Columbia Candy Factory.
Ed. Jackson, Propraetor.
Candies, - 20Ctsperlb.
Bread, Plea and Cakes delivered every
day.
CITY BOOK STORE in
Fine Stationery,
Blank Books,
School Books,
Music Books, j
Agents for Steck's
Little Giant, and
Kranlch and Bach's Pianos,
Taber, and Western
Cottage Organs,
SHEET 3IUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
bKlrrlN
& REED.
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The Leading Clothier and Hatter.
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New Goods!
EN ALL
DEPARTMENTS.
New Styles!
Slea's, "Toiatlis' aad Boys'
CLOTHING
gjaggatf
oesstt
Hats and Furmsiaing Goods.
-FINEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PEICES.3