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TELE DAILY ASTOItlAH, ASTOK1A, THUBSlJA UOiLNJJNt, JUNE 15 it3.
ABOUT THE CITY.
The steamship Columbia Is due this
mornlns from California.
Oregon strawberries at Smith's today,
The steamship Oregon will sail for
San Francisco this morning'.
Renmmber McGutre's Hotel at Sea-
elde Is open the year uround.
The Weekly Tribune of SUverton,
Or., Is offered for Bale at a reasonable
Roser's Root Beer Superior to all
The funeral of Poter Nelson, the
victim of Sunday's drowning accident,
took place yesterday.
If you want Home extra tine photos,
Mooers' Is the place to get them.
Tha Chautauqua circle meets at the
residence of S, T. McKean, Court
street, at 8 p. m., tonight.
The Belmont cigar can be had at
The American Institute business In
this city has been purchased by Dr.
Mulllnlx and A. L. Curry.
Moany Is the leading tailor and pays
the highest cash price for rur sklna.
The Board or school directors held a
meeting yesterday and purchased 120
scats for the Uppertown school house.
watery grave. Captain Mathews was
compelled to get pretty close to the
spit, but preferred to do bo rather than
watch the men perish. The boat was
No. 15, belonging to the Megler can
nery. On Tuesday there were three boats
In all capsized, viz: the one from which
Horton was drowned, Elmore's boat
containing McCrake and Brown, and
one which was wrecked near Sand
Island. In the latter case the men
were washed up on the Island nothing
the worse for their terrible experience.
Ii. P. Fisher. newsnnDer Rrtvprtlnlnor
agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, Kan Fran
cisco. Is our authorized n?nt. Thin mr
Is kept on file at his office.
Free at Crow's gallery, a life-size
crayon with every dozen cabinets or
dered. Offei good for 30 days.
The following passengers arrived
from Portland yesterday morning by
the steamer Potter: J. O. Colman. W.
Short, J. W. Master, N. Berg, Dr.
Baker, Wm. Barker, L. Jacobs, Mr.
nienn, J. W. Conn and wife, Miss Edith
Conn, Martin Ford and wife, J. D.
Coleman, Mr. Ford, F. L. Taylor, F.
Skinner, J. Howard, W. J. Hess.
A STRANGQ CEREJIONT.
Pasha's Account of a
' Match In London.
Commander of tha faithful, may thy
shadow never decrease! I have this
day seen a strange ceremony of these
English Giaours, which will doubtless
Interest you. Know, then, that there Is
within the precincta of this mighty
city (London), the like for which the
world has never een for majesty and
greatness, a sacred place, set apart by
the priests, called tha Oval, wherein
many religious rites, peculiar to these
Idolaters, are carried out.
And these observances vary with the
seasons, Insomuch that In the hot days,
when the climate inora nearly ap
proaches that of my beloved Bagdad,
one kind of ceremony la performed,
while, in the cold and rainy season all
the people; take part in the strange
proceedings which I saw but yester
I and my young man did partake of
our midday meal, and were then, con
veyed by means of a fast caravan, roll
ing on rails of Iron, to the gates of this
temple of tha gods. At the entrance
there was found a larere crowd of wor
The committee met vesterdav morn- L.i,i, i,.nt. i, .i hj.
UK vuu unmtu m imaiiKHie wie 1 lonevr
SALtSM KN. ENEKGET10 MEN. KKEE
prepaid outfit. Oi.e of our agnt.s Imi earned
over fu.uuu in live yearn. I. 0. lkix 1:171, N. V,
iy YOKE OF WORK OXHV
andelialn. For sale cheno for cash,
L. & M. Co. Mayner, Or.
GO ACRES ,0OPEft ACK3 IMPROVED
OO farm'iiR land with fruit tree, a) wires
cleared, 20 acres pasture. Dwelling hone. ware
House and other buildings. MM nillo from !
Dinamuoaii lawiing a urooKneui, ny hoat or
'",'! iiKjiuru oi owuer on premises MRS. H. K.
CHEAP A FEW CHOICE LOTS IN ADAIR'S
Astorla-Eany t-rins. See Frank Simile at-
wruvy m jhw i4t ja.H3 street.
MOOMS TO BEXT.
AC TfAtiEOP FIVS ROOMS; RENT, $12.
Inquire at Mr. E. C. II JLUEN S.
jWKNlHKI HOUSE i-V 1? ROOMS, CEN
tinny li.uuru. lllltlirt! ab lllls IIIIIIH).
IpUHNISHKD ROOMS, MAIN STUurT
house. - Everything iixwlv lltietl thicim-li-
t. No, l.&Maiu at. M US, II, 81'KI.LMUIK.
Picnic until Wednesday
o'clock a. m. .
next at ten
Fresh Clatsop cieam received every
morning at Coimann s.
An accident to the machinery In the
can factory occurred yesterday and
nr-ressitated a temporary suspension
Del. Ferguson, general job printer.
Astonan nuituing, upstairs. First-
class work at reasonable rates.
On Tuesday morning the boat of
Peter McCrake and Peter Brown, fish- '
Ing for tha Elmore cannery, was cap
sized In the breakers near the Republic
spit. The occupants were picked up
The original Root Beer Extract is bv wo of Megler's men, and the boat
Roser's. secured by the Fort Canby Life-Saving
Yesterday morning a Russian Finn crew. They lost nothing, with the ex-
fell on the sidewalk on Third street and ception of about fifty fathoms of net.
dlsiocatea ms lert leg. cnier lougnery Lost-A new net. about 200 fathoms the most wealthv of the people congre-
naa mm Ruenueu to. i long, wnn manes "u. u. on leaa lines.
Finder will be rewarded by returning
eagerness to gain admission within
Ere passing tha solemn archway, we,
like others, deposited our gifts in the
alms-boxes to propitiate the gods, and
we found ourselves within the midst
of a large: enclosure and of a mighty
throng. In tha center of tha people a
space was made bounded with poles
and banners, and hung with ropes, and
at each end were gateways of wood
of a height greater than the stature of
any man, and white, glistening saplings
were bound above with thongs. Around
two sides of the space were rows of
seats, the one above the other, where
VTICEU' FURNISHED ROOMS BY DvY
1 week or inouili tfrnm very reasonable at
the Oriel, 71( Third Street.
4 HEREOF HMAI.I. ME-tH NET. OWNER
JrV can hav III wi ne bv pitvlw; cliiimoi himI
moving proierty. Inquire of the Pillar Kock
MISCEI.L AMKO VS.
CAU. OS P. RAKE If. 47S THIRD STREET
and liavo y ur cl it lies dyrd an! cNano :.
(rO. MoLEAN, COUMilt OLNEV-AiND A -T
tor streets, does a eeneral bnsliKsiiii lilnpk.
smithing and re pairing.
Westpcrt cream fresh every morning to Columbia River Packing Company.
ui eniun s xce jream puriors, xniru si.
The steamer Wlllapa, which formerly
ran between this port, and Shoalwater
Bay, Is now on the run between Neah
Bay and Port Townsend.
and cream at Col-
The ship Belle of Bath, from New
York for this port, was spoken May
14th, in latitlde 30.59 north, longitude
42.12 west, fourteen days out.
For fine wines and liquors call at
August Danielson s Sample Rooms.
Two carloads of lumber were taken
down to Taylor's Astoria by the Bay
Railway Company, for a Jiouse which
Joe Surprenant Is building for Fred
Raser's Extract Root Beer, the pur
You can get the best 10-cent or twe-
for-a-quarter cigars In Astoria at Chas.
The Committee of nine appointed for
the purpose of investigating the tax
ation question are requested to meet
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Murray of Ilwaco
are In the city.
Mr. O. W. Howard of Fort Canby who were brought out for
came up to town yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bain came down
from the metropolis yesterday.
Mrs. Ross was a passenger on the
Patter yesterday from Portland.
Mr. P. Eldrldge of St. Louis was a
guest at the Occident yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Coleman of Port
land were visiting in this city yester- danced
aa-y- globe the one to the other, and did
Mr. J. L. Weatherbea of Eagle Cliff spurn it with their feet; and all the
came down the river yesterday after- people shouted and said: "Great is the
noon. North End!" and the others replied
Miss Burns returned last night on "But greater are- tney ot Corinth." And
th otopr,. nrMl a vi.u to uei vianes wnxeu noi, una ineir
And as I looked, behold! a troop of
priests, clad In bright raiment, leaped
wHthini the enclosed space, bearing
with them a small globe of leather,
within which were imprisoned evil goda
whose authority the people defied, and
ordinance every seven days. And, lo!
There stood also, two other priests
bearing . silver wands, and one taller
than all the rest, carried in hia hand a
golden instrument of shrill sound, with
which ho encouraged the weary, ad.
monlshed the idle, and directed the
And, behold! The priests or dervishes
,to and fro, and threw the
Mrs J. C. Trullinger was a passenger
on the Thompson from Portland yes
fury Increased, until the foam fell from
their Hps, and their actions were like
those of madmen. Yet there was no
slackness in their going!
This continued, methinks, for the
Miss Bertha R. Welch, who has been SDace of more than nnn hour, until, ex.
at the rooms of the Chamber of Com- atendlng school at St. Mary's Academy, hausted with their labors, the priests
merca on r nuuy tuiernuun at uciucn,
Parties visiting In Portland can get The
Dally Astorian at Handley & Haas' news
stand, tsu Jf'irsi street.
Cigars of the choicest brands, includ
ing the Belmont, Flor de Madrid, and
Wedding Bouquet can be had at Frank
Rogers & Co. s store.
The resignation of Miss Campbell,
one of -the most efficient of the teach
ers at Court street school, has been
received by the school directors. The
young lady will teach at Warrenton
during the summer.
returned home yesterday morning. ceased, and then with singing and
Word was received from Mr. J. N. chanting and the sounds of music, the
Griffin, yesterday stating that he and dervishes did retire to the door of one
Mrs. Griffin would leave for Chicago of the wooden temples, while all the
shortly after the data of his letter People made acclamation; and, lo ! the
(June 6th). Mr. and Mrs. Griffln are lor closed upon them, and I saw theia
well, but complain of the warm
Mrs. J .W. Conn and daughter Edith
returned from Portland yesterday
morning, where they have been attend
ing the commencement exercises of St.
Mary's Academy. Miss Edith, who is
one of the graduating class of '94, was
the recipient of the alumnae gold med
al awarded for prose composition. She
also received a renewal, by meanB of
a' bar, of the medal for music which
was given last year.
CAUTION TO CUSTOMERS.
There is no place in Astoria where
John Kopp's famous beer is kept in
such good condition as at Utzlnger's
For all kinds of job printing, go to
Del. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorian building.
u,, u. Nothlng of original or superior merit
juoge uieveiana yesteruay on a ciiurge but nag lts imitations and counterfeits,
of assault and battery committed on even to Imperiling the health of com
the person of his wife, was fined $20,
or In default sentenced to ten days
Imprisonment in the county jail.
The Children's Guild of Grace church
will give an entertainment Thursday
June 15th at 2:30 o'clock. Fancy ar
ticles and Ice cream for sale. Admis
sion 10 cents children 5 cents.
But as I and my sword-bearers
turned to depart, there saw we. on
ry hand, some who rejoiced greatly,
and others who were utterly cast down,
and they did pass the one to the other
pieces of silver end pieces of gold,
many with great ravings and unholy
irevIllngaL This was the cteremony
which I beheld; and as I gazed, lo ! I
was alone, and a eunlch, clad In blue,
with a staff In his hand, followed me
to the gates.
STOOD THE TEST. '
munitles. For this reason the proprie
tors of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters cau
tion their patrons to scrutinize every
bottle offered (and it is sold only in
bottles), and verify Its many marks of
A sufficient warning to those medi-
Alloock's Poms Plasters are unap
proachable in curative properties, rap
idity and safety of action, and are the
only reliable plasters ever produced.
They have successfully stood the test
of over thirty years' use by the public;
(heir virtues have never been equalled
by the unscrupulous Imitators who
have sought to trade upon the repu
tation of Allcock's by making plasters
with holes In them, and claiming them
to be "just as good as Allcock's," and
Salmon 10 cents
tatlng fraud can be found in the un
broken line of judicial decisions, expos- tn stand tod lndorsej by not only
Ing and severely punishing every one fh uiut )ii ,,:! ti k.
I J.I.-i.J 1 1 1 1.1. . . ...V..V.U.. UUL..U..l,CO IUl
Fresh fish received at the Albatross - ' t w ?Lm"on wh
. : .v . . I nave jiruveu meir euicacy as a nouse-
lng made to protect the public from no(j reme(jy.
tne ueception or tnese unpnncipieu pi- Bewnre of imitations, and do not be
rates. deceived bv misrenresentn.tlon. Aslr for
Remember the Bitters Is sold In bot-
A llonnL-'a anil Int ye anl f o tlnn rn a
i w v k d uiiu v. v. in ouiiviuiuuii k ;a,
ties oniy, never oy mu guuuu planatlon induce you to accept a sub
Fish market dally.
A report was current In town yester
day that three more fishermen had
been drowned, but Inquiry at the can
neries failed to corroborate the rumor.
On account of the severity of the
weather there were not a great many
men out, although some were seen In
hazardous positions during the day.
MRS. DR. M. E. M'COY, PHYSIC
IAN AND SURGEON
Wing Lee has just received a full line
of Japanese curiosities and fancy goods.
win sen at cost. 629 Third street.
E. W. Kuykendall, the leading under
taker, havlnir completed arrangements I T , ... ,, cU , . . -,
: . . . . l I xs 111 mia laiy. dub manes cnruiuc uib
to mirchase coeds direct from the iac-1 !,,. .
..-t tho? pd'sia. d ra
IIIUUC giCU. IVUUI.IIUI. ... ' 1 '
Owners of horses can purchase Camp
bell's Hoof Remedy, and all the Col
umbia Veterinary Remedies at Fred.
Falz' Saddlery establishment.
The Grand Lodge of Masons con
vened In Portland yesterday. Temple
Lodge, No. 7, of this city, was to have
been represented by Messrs. Short,
Howell and Bartholomew, but on ac
count of the inability of Messrs. How
ell and Bartholomew to attend, B. Van
Dnsi-n and Dr. Jay Tuttle supplied
5.00 Coffins reduced to 3.00
8.00 Coffins reduced to - o.uu
25.00 Coffins reduced to .... 18.00
36.00 Coffins or casKets re'd to 25.00
40.00 Coffins or caskets re'd to 30.00
50.00 Coffins or caskets re'd to 40.00
75.00 Caskets reduced to.... 60.00
125.00 Caskets reduced to .... 75.00
SPECIAL CASH DISCOUNTS.
Welch Block, 718 Water St., Astoria,
throat and lungs, kidney, urinary or
gans and all private diseases. Special
attention given to diseases of women,
Consultation free. Cure or no charg
es. Offlc hours. 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to
5 p. m. Office rooms 3 and 4 over Os
good's clothing store, 598. Third street.
Is a pleasant drink, which will be
borne bv the stomach without nau
sea or griping. It acts thoroughly on
the liver, kidneys and reproductive or-
, t. . i ,1 gans. A gentle pnysic, emcieni oiu-
Buy feaser's Root Extract to make f "' ' , or
a healthful, refreshing beverage.
nalnful menstruation. It aids diges
tion and reduces corpulency; clears the
Since Its first Introduction. Electric Bit
ters has gained rapidly In popular favor,
uniu now u is cieariy in me lead among
Dure medicinal tonics and alteratives-
containing nothing which permits Its use
as a beverage or intoxicant, It is recog
nized as the best and purest medicine for
all ailments of Stomach, Liver or Kid
neys. It will cure Bick Headache. Indi
gestion, Constipation, and drive Malaria
from the syatem. Satisfaction guaranteed
with each bottle of the money will b re-
runaea. trice oniy w c. per Dottle, sola
by Chas. Rogers.
For New YorK Direct
The A 1 Clipper Ship
TIlOMt SO v, Master.
Is now on berth ns above, and
having large engagements
will receive prompt despatch.
For rates of freight and other
particulars apply to
'' Sutton & Beebe, Agts."
10 Front St. North, Port
Or to C. P. Upsiiok,
Our Slock Represents Over 1O0O Styles.
Trouserings, Overcoatings, Suitings.
Prices $5 to $50.
Rules, and Tape.line
128 FIRST STREET,
Worth more than standard value worth two for on
for the World's Fair and more than that to you.
We are selling half-dollars for a dollar a-pieca.
You get a
! World s Fair i
Tor a Dollarj
A Work of Art in Itself.
JAS. DALUITY, l'riV.
(Successor to Arndt & Ferubon.)
lioiierKopainngaiia atinory woik. Kenalr
liiK of River Craft a Specialty. Machine- Wort
of all kinds done. Shop, loot of Lafayette Hi
Seaside Saw Mill.
A complete stock of lumber on hand In Ui
rough ot dressed. Flonrlnc. Rustic, Ceiling
aim an auiasot tinisii: Moi.iuimrs ana niiin
ilea: alfo Bracket Work done to order. Term
reiumnnnie ana irlii at lied route. All orders
promptly autsiiaca to. uince fiuo yard at nun
ii. r. h, LuiiiH, t ropr.
ROSS, HIGCIN :& CO.,
butchers - and - (Jrocers
Astoria and Upper Attoi In.
Fine Teas and Coff es, Tnlilo Delicacies,
Domestic and Tropical Fruits, Vegeia
ble., sugar cured hams, bao.iii. tile.
CHOICE FRESH & SALT MEATS
(Successor! to Warren A Campbcfl),
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes
Hard rare, Iron nnd Steel, Crockery, Glassware
noouenware, notions, etc., nay,
Grain, Flour and Feed.
BOTTOi "Snail Fronts oa Cnh Salea."
HUNTER E MERGENS,
rroprieton ol the
Portland Butchering Co.'s Matt
' Corner Second and Benton striTcIs
' Corner Third and We t tlithtli streeti.
Foard & Stokes
UealeM In Olansware, Crockery, fillip Snppllen,
looiicco. wines aim r ne iv i k m. rum reus
andColTeeftHneciHlty. The Fini-st Display ol
rruiiH in uif. juy, ricsn on r.vcry bioamer.
Lorneroi iniruauu west Kiuiitn etreuts.
THE CHILDREN LIKE IT.
When a child, mother cave me onion srrup for
Couirh.. CoMs and Croim. In turn I alve ltto nip lit
tleona. There 1. nothing mo simple, safe and anre.
ut. uunn i union ovrup la a. narmieaa ana
ant to the tneto a boner. Thla 1. a mother', bom
imnedr. by not try It P. Bold at 60 oaata. ,
For tle by 3. W. Conn, Drngglat
Tartles called upon to perform the complexion, rendering it fair, and re-
sad duties to relatives or friends will stonns tne natural lone 01 tne '".
find both moderate charsres and court- for it removes the Wle-, wmcn Dy ac-
cumulation, produces the sallow, mud-
tabiishment of William Pohl. Do not dy complexion, peculiar to the con-
mistake the address: Third street, be- stlpated. Sold by all druggists.
ttt-ppn Cans and Main.
Those who wish to have the finest I
Shoalwater Bay oysters or clams by
the ouart or pint in Jars, can have
them delivered nice and fresh by Horn-1
er Fletcher. Orders left at The Asto
rian office will receive prompt and care
ful attention from him.
JPPTl'n ITIV.3 (1"'" n"" f
hii u, iiiu Uiiijf liuuiduiuuL1
Captain Mathews of the tug Col
umbia, when coming up from the
mouth of the river yesterday afternoo,
saw a boat drifting on the eastern
edtre of Peacock- spit, and at once
headed the steamer in that direction.
As he approached he saw signals of
distress fljir.jr. and was Just in time to
save the occupants of the boat from a
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Tl:c only Pure C-ta:: cf'i'-rUr 1 . .. Atn.m;: v
Used in Millions of Home; v'enrs the Standard
We devote the entire ; amount towards developing
nd ennobling the People's Great Fair.
Souvenir and Rare Coins as an
(J. S. $5 Goldpiece 1823
U. S. 1804 Silver Dollar
U. S. Half-Dollar 1796
U. S. 1802 Silver 5-Ccnt Piec
U. S. 1856 Eagle Penny
U. S. 1793 Copper Cent (Amen)
Queen's Jubilee 5-Sovireign, Eng.
Napoleon's 100-day sfr., French.
King William Coronation, Ger. 1861
German "Peace" Coins 187 1
Thif will be the best investment you ever made
A World's Fair Souvenir Coin
A National Heirloom for only $L00.
Under Act of Congress we have 5,000,000
Souvenir Coins, of the denomination of 50 cents
each. That the money may go as far as possible,
and that all the people may have a chance to pro
cure these artistic and patriotic souvenirs of their own
Exposition, we have resolved to offer the whole issue
for sale at $1.00 each.
Apply to any Bank, or send Post Office or Express Money
().; !er, lk'.nk Dnft, or Registered Letter for as many coins as you
- .to 52.50
lar.ncror.s now to send them to you, to
J. O. KTIiailYEI,
Has Juit received n fl'ie
'i)iihtin(! o Rllver Bon Urn D she-,
I'rmt DhIii-h, Hcrrv DIhIhm, Nut I'owN,
Mustard Ptiln, It -.cult .Ims, ("i-li'ry
(tliiHxt a, Hair I'ln liays, Tin CiiO.Ioiih,
rictiiiH KiMine. Mil mm, e:c.,iill new
Kinl mul IlllCHt (ll'.HlnlH.
' North Pacific Brewery.
JOHN KOPP, Pioprietor.
lioliemian - Lager - i Jeer
And XX Porter.
All Diilni promptly r.t emloi to,
Merchant Steamship Cos
Mne, ConneclinK with
CabadlKit rnnlilo HiillHajr anil Chin Stemii.
Tah Inir frclL'lit flllri inmi IU'itm fur I'ort liur...
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Krolnlit rceclvi'd t llimtlpr'a wlmrf, foot ol
M11I11 Nti'i'ut. Kor liirllmr piirilculinit upply hi
the onion, corner Third uuj Alain street.
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