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...JULY 8, 1890
To-D.vr Astoria welcomes the dele
gates of the A. O. TJ. W., rlio come to
sr seaside city to bold their annual
They represent a great beneficial
organization; a brotlierbood -rOic- bold
that fraternity and charity and mutual
assistance are not so much a silent
precept as an active duty, and are flo
ws a noble "work in providing practi
cal help to the -widow and orphan
over -whose stricken forms they throw
the mantle of instant relief. An order
that has in this country 240,000 mem
bers; thatfspent for beneficiary pur
poses $1200,093 last year, and that
affords a sure fund in case of the death
of the head or support of the family,
deserves recognition and applause for
the good accomplished and the magni
tude of its results. The Astoriax
vpdeomes the delegates,and hopes that
their visit -will be a pleasant one, and
the result of their deliberations con
ducive to the lasting benefit of the
great order they represent
Pekhats a hundred thousand boys
and girls have graduated from school
iaiho last month and put out upon
the mercies of the cold world. They
willrfl believe they are train" locon-
qner the universe in some way. The
pupils in. the lower classes of their
schools will look up to them as to
superior beings, and with the music,
tin? bouquets, the sweet incense of ap
plause and the new clothes the grad
uates themselves cannot be blamed
for thinking they are something un
common. They will learn better fast enough
when they come to rub against the
world. They will learn that nobody
is anybody very much, and that the
world valnes people only in propor
tion as they can help it in some way.
irost or these young people, if they
are of the right sort, trust mankind.
They believe there is such a thing as
disinterested friendship, as true love
and tho realisation of high and gen
erous hopes. And so there is. Onlv
they will be told first thing on their
entrance in the world that there are
none of these things; that human life
is nothing but a selfish, savage scram
ble, every man for himself and the
devil for them all
Boys and girls, don't believe it
Keep your own hearts always warm,
penerous and true. See to that and
yoawill be sure to meet others like
you. It i3 the natural law of at
Then again, do not give up your
lofty dreams, You can achieve them,
tliongh it is infinitely harder than you
now think. You must knock long and
desperately at the doors till yon are
almost exhausted, but they will open
to you. Know that for certain. Suc
cess is dead sure to come to the one
rho works hard enough and waits
long enough. It generally does not
ccmo in tho way he expects, hardly
ever, in fact, but that only proves that
his way was the wrong way. For this
reason it is not well to be too set on
your own particular road up the hill.
Keep your minds always open or re
ceptive, so as to recognize the liest
when it does come. Soshall von keen
your lives high and pure, so shall yon
not crystalize into hard, mean, stingy
JOY THAT KILLED.
HxrLiss Bernard Heeny! Ho was
an iron moldcr at Rockland, 111.;
rough and boisterous when intoxi
cated, but a good fellow withal. On
his wedding day he was very merry.
He and some friends celebrated the
rvent noisily. A policeman interfered
to stop them. A fight followed and
the officer was lolled. They were ar
rested, and Bernard was sontenced to
imprisonment for life in the Joliet
penitentiary. It was a doleful ending
of his wedding day. He served out
lart of the sentence and behaved
well so well that his sentence was
shortened. Tho good tidings were
brought to him that he would be free
in October. Heeny was overjoyed.
After all the nightmare dream of the
murder, the dreary days that followed
in the state's prison, he was to step
forth once more into the world a free
man among men. He had picked up
acquaintance with Ncebe, the anarch
ist, and on getting the good news
hastened to tell him of it Neebe
listened and Heeny talked. But sud
denly, in the midst of the storjr, the
speaker threw up his hands and
dropped to the ground. "When they
raised him he was dead. A sudden
heart attack, brought on by his excite
ment, was the cause.
There is something imposing in tho
fact that New York will enter the
closing decade of the nineteenth cen
tury as the second city in the world.
The census estimates say 1,700,000,
may be less than Paris, but this is an
inadequate expression of what New
York really is. Brooklyn, Staten
Island, Newark, Jersey City, tho in
habited places that compose New
York, depend upon it, build it up,
added io the accepted figures of the
cky, alose easily give the metropolis
3)80,000. London surpasses this, but
curly is tho twentieth century New
Yotkwillbe trying conclusions with
It is remarked as a curious fact that
a eeriaSoftte representing one of our
ahwc dollars, it carried into Mexico,
eaa Ve sold at a premium of more than
98r et over tho Mexican silver
r, wkioh cos tains more silver than
Gold is the talisman that opens al
most every avenue to success, and it is
for gold that all mankind are strug
gling. Over the wires there flashed
last night the startling intelligence pt
the discovery in Colorado of the rich
est gold mine ever knoTvn, rivaling
even the richest strikes of California
in the days of '49. Thousands of men
.will flock to Tincup, and if the vein
holds out, the stirring scenes of a
gold camp will be enacted. "Vividly it
will bring to the mind of old residents
on this coast recollections of similar
events in -which they -were active par
ticipants. The confirmation of the
telegraphic reports -will be -watched
with eager interest all over the coun
try. Meanwhile investments in As
toria real estate are sure to bring gold
to the fortunate investors. There is
no chance of loss.
Two recent utterances on tho status
of the negro in the Christian church
are in marked contrast One was by
Archbishop Ireland, Roman Catholic,
who has declared that no church is a
fit temple of God where a man, be
cause of his color, is excluded or made
to occupy a corner. The other was
by Bishop Keener of the Methodist
Episcopal church south, who thanked
God that the Methodist Episcopal
church south i3 "solidly white."
Northern Methodist journals do not
hesitate to say that the Roman Catho
lic prelate's view is more in accor
dance with tho spirit of Christianity.
says the postal service expenses last
year were $72,000,000 and tho earn
ings S6S,000,000, which leaves a bal
ance of only $4,000,000 to be pro
vided for. He thinks that tho railway
postal clerks are very poorly paid,
considering their dangerous work.
There were eleven clerks killed and
eighty-five disabled in tho railway ser
vice last year more than in the army.
A LETTER FROM TORTLAND.
Portland, July 5, 1890.
The business men of Portland had
determined to have a grand celebra
tion on the Fourth of July, and had
raised a nice sum of money to bo ex
pended for the entertainment of tho
good people who might chance to
come from the cow counties, and the
nearer villages of Salem and Van
couver, to see the greatness of Port
laud and learn how every farmer,
every mechanic and merchant patron
has contributed toward the erection of
palatial hotels, banks and stores in
this wealthiest of Pacific-coast cities.
Yes, everybody could come for half
fare, but it would be an act of base
ingratitude to a hospitable entertainer
to carry away either gold, silver or
paper money, when the visitor is
kindly offered so many opportunities
to invest or deposit tho few remaining
paltry dollars he will not need when
he reaches homo again. Everybody
comes to Portland to see old acquain
tances of years gone by. All kinds of
church and other associations too
meet here; grand lodges of every
known order, corporations and con
tractors. In fact no matter where
they live, or what great scheme they
have in view they all seemed to have
their eye on Portland, even the fish
commissioners maintain a friendly ac
quaintance with each other through
their frequent visits to the metropolis.
But now this great city is sorely
troubled the tims allotted by
governmant for the enumeration
of tho people had exphod and yet it is
said, several thousands have not been
counted, this is however a tender sub
ject, both to the city and tho enumera
tors. Steamboat inspection seems to bo
attracting the attention of tho public
at this time, and Astorians with their
shoalwater bay companeros aro tho
sufferers now. The wise captain in
spector of hulls has ordered the
Clara Parker to tie up at her own
dock and report to the custom house.
She was built about ten years ago,
but her days of usefulness are sud
denly cut short There are a number
of boats now in daily service that an
tedate her construction by several
years, aro they not too old, and too rot
ten to bear a close inspection? Or
is it necessary for largo corporations
to have their lwats inspected, and
comply with the United States steam
boat law as individuals aro compelled
to do? There is a class of men who
when placed hi positions of trust or
authority assume wonderful impor
tance in their own estimation when
dealing with individuals, but a big
steamboat company can cliange a.
man's estimation of himself and his
duty very quickly sometimes if they
want to and they frequently' want to.
But our officers will doubtless how to
the line and be just to rich corpora
lion or poor individual, without prej
udice or partiality.
The placing of the A. & S. C. bonds
is hailed by every Astorian as a stroke
of good fortune, and now what can
further hinder the work from action
and substantial progress. M.
MARINE NEWS AND NOTES.
The steamer Dolphin arrived from
Shoalwater bay last evening.
The steamer Cosmopolis, Capt Geo.
Dittmers, had a large cargo of freight
for various ports on Pugot sound, in
cluding 500 sheep and four cars of
The steamship City ofTopeka, Capt
David Wallace, which sailed for Alaska,
took from hero 31 packages of grocer
ies and 511 bundles of shooks, and had
over 700 tons of frieght
The steamers Printer and Typlioon,
which left here early yesterday morn
ing for Gray's harbor, were met at 9
o'clock yesterday morning, opposite
Shoalwater bay by the steamer Alli
ance on her way down the coast
They were going up all right
The steamer Alliance, Capt Peter
son, arrived from Gray's harbor yes
terday afternoon, and left soon after
for Portland. "When at Hoquiama,
last Thursday evening, her propellor
came'off, but fortunately was caught
in the iron shoe, and the vessel was
towed to the beach, where the pro
pellor was again put in place.
The transition from long, lingering
and painful sickness to robust health
marks an epoch in the life of the indi
vidual. Sucli a remarkable event Is
treasured fn the. memory and the agency
whereby the good health has been at
tained is gratefully blessed. Hence it Is
that so much is heard in praise of Elec
tric Bitters. So many feel they owe
their restoration to health to the use of
the Great Alterative and Tonic If you
are troubled with any disease of the
Kidneys, Liver or Stomach, of long or
short standingyou will surely find re
lief by use of Electric Bitters. Sold at
50 c and 1 per bottle at J, W. Conn's
A. J. STEELE, President
L. O. CHENATJLT, Ylce-President
ana easiness Manager.
Paid-up Capital, $300,000.
Frankfort, - - Washington.
Booms May Gome and Booms May Go!
But the following Itare Bargains in Astoria Ileal Estate will never -Depreciate
and must enhance in value
80 Acres, 2 1-2 miles from Court House - - $8,000
160 Acres on Paget Island, improved. - - - 1,200
160 Acres on Youngs River .... 1,500
Lots in Wiiliamsport, 50x100 - 250
" Case's Astoria 200
Seaside Property, per Lot, $50 to $500.
Lots in Shlvely's and McCIure.'s Astoria, from S250 upward.
Warren & Wright,
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
573 Third St., - - Astoria.
La Fayette Park.
Three Miles from the. Postoilice and Custom House.
Astoria Real Estate Co.
172 CASS ST.,
Gfc-O to Tjaaa
FOR FRESH BREAD,
Cakes, and Fine Confectionery. All Orders Delivered.
FLYNN, The Tailor,
Finest Woolen Goods for Suitings. All the Latest Styles
He buys Tor Cash at Eastern Trices. He Guarantees the Best Workmanship on all
Garments. Call and see for vourself. Barth Block. ASTOKI A, OB.
ONE NICHT ONLY!
Monday, July 14.
EDsapment Extraordinary !
Comedy Sketch Ciub
Swiss Bell Ringers,
Of Chicago. (Organized 1S77.
Headed by JOHN H. OAKES. Champion
Bass Soloist of the World.
New Songs. New Music. New Special tie?.
Mimicry, Mirth, and a Cyclone
This company Is composed of the best
musical and specialty artists upon the
American stage and comes endorsed by the
entire press of the east, where It has been
traveling the past twelve years.
Reserved seats sale opens Saturday morn
ing, July 12th, at 9 A. ii., at the New York
(Craminerel Danst Apotheter.)
Choice Perfumes of All Odor, Toilet
and Fancy Article.
588 Third St., Astoria, Or.
Carnahan & Co.
I. "W. CASE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Corner Obenamus and Cass streets.
PATR0H1ZE HOME 1HDUSTBY!
There is no occasion for the most fastidi
ous of our citizens to send to Portland or
8an Francisco lor
Custom Made Clothes
As they can get Better Fits. Better Work
manship, and for Jess Money.
By Leaving their Orders with MEANT.
New Goods bv Every Steamer.
Call and see him and satisfy yourself.
P. J. Meany. Merchant Tailor.
The Indiana Paint Shop.
C, M. CUTBIRTH, Prop'r.
Cor. Third and Main Sts., Astoria.
PAINTER AND CRAINER.
Paper Hanging a Specialty.
"Work executed with Neatness and Dispatch,
J. II. JONES,
Flavel's Brick Building.
Z. T. WRIGHT,
Foot of Morrison St.. Portlaud, Oregon.
Farm, Ohurch and School Bells.
Inspirators, Injectors and Feed Pumps, Coal
Oil Engines, Trahern Pumps, Kriehel
Engines, Boilers and Steam Generators
CHEMICAL FIRE ENGINES,
Blacksmith Forges and Drills, Best Axle
Grease and Compound in the world, Pow
ell's Brass Goods and Iron l'ipe.
Scud for Circular.
8 and 88
Two Choice Biks in Ad airs Astoria
FOK SALE BY
Van Dusen & Co
Lois in Block "8"' S200.
Lots in Block "88" $150.
Half Cash, Balance in Three
and Six Months.
VSTA II lots staked at four corners.
TMelsBD, Lssler & Andersen,
Surveyors and Architects.
Office, Rocai I), Fr.AVEi.'s Ur.n'o
P. O. IJox 813. ASTORIA, OR.
Cigars, Tobacco and Snuff.
Meerschaum and Briar Pipes.
Pocket Cutlery, Marine Glasses?
Stationery and Notions.
Corner Main andChenamusSts.. Astoria, Or
And Dealer In
Gents Furnishing Goodsof All Kinds
fioei Fit: Lowest Prices.
Always New Goods on Hand : Also Clean
Ins and Repairing.
Water St., Astoria, near Danlelsons' Saloon.
85 Cabinets for $2.50.
AGENTS JryNJED everywhere for
at F9 National Capital BulIdlnK
and Ian society, Rookery building, Chi-
J. H. MANSELL,
-- REAL ESTATE BROKER, -
NOTARY PUBLIC FOR STATE OF OREGON.
City Lots and Acre Property, Ranches, Timber Lands, and Water
Frontage for Sale.
Correspondence Solicited. r. O.BoxCCS, Established 1ES3.
INVESTMENTS MADE FOR OUTSIDE PARTIES.
Next W. U. Telegraph Office. Third St. Astoria, Oregon.
To-Day--Fine Ice Cream Soda-To-Bay
Also Handle None Lnt the Finest Key West and Imported
O I CS- l 3ES. S .
Please Call and Give me a Trial. TIIIM) STKEET. Next W. U. Telepawnh onice
f . L ILEIMtT.
Office on Third St., Onp. Odd Fellow's Temple. P. O. Uox S41.
Lots in WARRENT0N and WEST WARRENTON For Sale.
On Installment rian. Discount for Caslu
A residence in Astoria since 1S72 enables j T T TTPT .1?T FT A "R T
me to give the beit of information respect- IT . U. U Jl.JJ12j1 -5-523.it S.
Ing property In Astoria and this vicinity. I AGENT.
A LARGE STOCK TO
Saddles and M
GOODS AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICES.
I make a specialty of good work and Rnarantee satisfaction. At the Old Stand, Wes
Side Olney Street, Near Wilson & Fisher's.
C. U. SOJIEXSOX.
J$33iii I I gag. f A
Iim -m gxi so Stoo3s.
Two car loads received : Jlore on tin way.
You are invited to see t!ie finest display of
Furniture, Carpets, etc, In the city. 1'iictw reasonable.
THE OLD STAND. - ASTORIA,
Groceries, Provisions and fvliM Fee
Oroekery, Glass Plated Ware.
The Largest and finest assortment of
Fresh. Fruits and Vegetables.
Received fresh every Steamer.
STATE OF OREGON, COUNTY OF CLAT
By virtue of the command of.T. 0. Ilan
thom & Co.. endorsed upon a certified copy
of a certain chattel mortgage, made and
executed hy J. A. O. Kelly, on the 8th day
of April, 1SS9, in favor of J. O. Hanthom &
Co., to secure a promissory note of even
date therewith, for the sum or 500.00 with
Interest at the rate of ten per cent, per an
num, I did, on the 1st day of July, l&X). levy
upon and take possession of pursuaut to the
tenor of said chattel mortgage, the follow
ing described personal property, described
In and covered by said mortgage, to-wit :
Three second-hand Ash traps, originally
Burchased from Uadollet &Co., of -Astoria,
rcgon : also three sets of trap poles, one
hundred and sixty in number, more or less ;
also one scow.oue pile driver and one trap
boa", and each and every other article be
longing to said fish traps, the same now be
ing in my possession, and stationed in the
Columbia river. In said county and state.
And notice is hereby given that I shall, on
Wednesday, the 0th day of July, 1800, at the
hour of 10 o'clock a.m., of sala day, at the
court house door, in said county and state
proceed to sell the said described personal
Groiierty at public auction, to the highest
Iddcr for cash in hand In U. S. gold coin,
orso much thereof as shall he sufllcicnt to
satisfy the sum of $500.00, with interest
thereon at the rate often percent, per an
num from the th day of April.isso, together
with the costs and accruing costs.
1L A. S JIIDT,
Sheriff of Clatsop county. Oregon.
Dated, this 1st day of July. 1S90.
OSLO F. TAnKEB.
CAKIi A. 1IAXSOX
Parker & Hanson
C. L. PARKER,
New Goods Arriving Every Steamc
JDJCGM& - G-oods
TheOld8tand - Astoria Oregon.
Real Wfo Broker
C. S. GUXDEUSON.
Office on Olney Street,
Ijetwcen iccod and Third.
Largest s Stock I
RETAIL DEALER IK
Wilson & Fisher,
One Horse - - SuO OO
Two " No. -1 - 05 OO
" Bie-1 - -75 00
E- P. NOOFAN & CO.
3". I3, TTy;g3.o3,
"Water Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TELKPHOSE XO. 7. - T. 0. BOX S00
BOOTS ANS SEOES!
Of Best Quality, and at
SIGN OF THEJOLDEN SHOE.
I. W. Case,
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts drawn available In any part of the
U. S. and Europe, and ou Hong Kong, China
Offick Ilouns : 10 a. m. tao v. ar.
Odd Fellows Build ixo, Astoria, Oregon.
on se Oo
U W rWMSi
fiHky 'Sr1 w&rx "9???,,Hb?W!'
J&TJ&t, gg! taogP, tJfcgiai ..f1 9,
New Fire Works
lags and Bunting at Closing Out Prices.
New York Novelty Store,
Flavel's Brick Building, 0pp. Occident Hotel.
Orders from the Country Promptly Filled.
ITY BOOK STORE.
Big Stock : : Low Prices.
iFire Crackers, Roman Candles, Bombs, Etc.
Onr Stock is Fresh, ami will Give Satisfaction. No last year's goods here.
GRIFFIN : & : REED.
Fine Wines, Choice Brands.
I have completed arrangements for supplying any brand of "Wine in any quantity
at lowest cash figures.
The Trade Supplied,
ALL ORDERS DELIVERED FREE IN ASTORIA.
Your patronage in City or Country eolioited.
A. W. UTZINGER, Cosmopolitan Saloon.
The terminus of the Ihvaco and Shoalwater Ray Railroad. THE GREAT
EST SUMMER RESORT ON THE NORTHWEST COAST. Lies at the head
of the Ray, at deep water, and only twelve miles from the bar. The coming
County Scat and Commercial Metropolis of Pacific county. Now laid out Lota
on the market from 30, and upwards.
for particulars and full information, call on or address
AND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
City, Suburban and Acreage. Property For Sale.
MAIN ST., AST0i:iA,Oi:.,r. 0.150x511. No curbstone brokers employed here
"Flie Leading Tailor.
Call and See My Nobby Stock of Spring Goods
It comprises the latest goods in the market, and I offer them at prices never
before heard of in Astoria, and guarantee the best and most
comfortable fitting suits in the city.
M"ext to C. H. Cooper's
xj&.:s: SING- c5 o.
Dealers in Gents' Furnishing Goods of All Kinds-
Suits Made to Order at Short Notice, at Lowest Prices,
Always Keep New Goods on Hand. Also Cleaning and Repairing.
2 AVater St, Asoria, Or. - - - P. O. Box 210.
The New Model Eange
CAN BE HAD IN ASTORIA, ONLY OF
E. R. HA WES,
Agent. Call and Examine It ; You "Will be Pleased. E. R. Hawes Is also Agent for tnt
Buck Patent Cooking Stove,
AND OTHER FIRST CLASS STOVES.
Furnace Work, Steam Fittings, Etc., a SpecialtyA Full Stock on Hand.
For All kinds of Kim Works, uest Tea. Jananese and Chinese Curiosities and Novelties.
Fine Silk Woods. Rare Crockery. Lacquered
wear, Etc., go to
529 TniRD ST.,
North Pacific Brewery,
JOHN KOPP, - - Proprietor.
EXTRA FINE BOHEMIAN LAGER BEER.
EXTRA FINE STEAM BEER.
SZ 2S1 PORT 1 H. .
SSALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
B. A. SEABORG,
Ware. Ivory Toys, Matting. Ladles' Under
WING LEE & GO.