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TELE DAILY ASTOIUAtt, ASTOB1A, FBI DAY MOllNINfcU JULY 1 iy3.
ABOUT THE CUT.
Hotel Gearhart will
guests this morning'.
be open for
Oregon strawberries at Smith's today.
What is Antlfermentlne? Ask Foard
Hoot Beer Superior to all
H. A. Nelson, charged with drunk
enness, forfeited .$5 ball at the police
If you want some extra tine photos,
Aiooers is ine place to get mem.
Remember McGulre's Hotel at Sea
side Is open the year around.
The case of C. W. Shlvely vs. the
city of Astoria will be resumed on
Monday upon the return of Judge Mc
Brlde. Ladles, ask Foard & Stokes how to
lleany Is the leading tailor and pays
the highest cash price for far skins.
On account of the repairs to Rescue
Club Hall, the usual Saturday evening
entertainment will not be held this
The original Root Beer Extract Is
Westpcrt cream fresh every morning
at smith's Ice Cream parlors. Third Bt.
Longshoremen complain of being
blacklisted by the Union Pacific for
having accepted employment, from the
and cream at Col-
For fine wines and liquors call at
August Daniclson s Sample Rooms.
There will be a strawberry social
festival in Gray's Hall at Sklpanon
Monday evening, July 3, for the M. E.
church at Warrenton. Everybody Is
Invited to attend.
Rasor's Extract Root Beer, the pur
For genuine sweet cream' that will
whip, go to Colmann's.
Andrew Dooney was brought In from
Hare yesterday morning and placed In
jail in default of payment of a fine of
$10 for keeping a vicious-dog. Justice
Coe pronounced sentence.
Money to loan.
Enquire of Robb &
Your fruits will not ferment if you
use Antlfermentlne. For sale by Foard
Yesterday the engineer of the launch
Daisy was compelled to come In from
Hare to this city for medical atten
tion, on account of having severely cut
his hand with an ax a few days ago,
Presarve your fruits without cooking,
by using antlfermentlne. For sale by
Foard & Stokes.
.. .For all kinds of job printing, go to
"DeV Ferguson, upstairs, Astorlan build
ing. ) ;
The lecture of Captain John O'Brien
on "The Labor Question," under the
auspices of the Council of 'Federated
Trades, promises to be well attended
this evening at Liberty Hall.
Lovers of a good cigar can always
find mild, fresh Belmonts "at Chas.
Wing Lee had just received a full line
of Japanese curiosities and fancy goods.
Will sell at 3ost. 529 Third street.
Only a few of the original signers of
the railroad subsidy have failed to sign
the agreement authorizing the proposed
new deal with Mr. Remington. It is
expected that by this evening all the
signatures will have been obtained.
The steamer Telephone will in future
leave up the river every evening except
Del. Ferguson, general job printer,
Astorlan building, upstairs. First
class work at reasonable rates.
the property. . An opinion on the valid
lty of the present title was obtained
from Judge Taylor, who pronounced
Dry hemlock wood delivered at S3 25
per cord by C. W. Everest, Alderbrook
Leave orders with Ben Coe, care of this
Owners of horses con rjurchnsA rutin
bell's Hoof Remedy, and all th rvi.
umDia veterinary Remedies at Fred.
isaiz' caauiery establishment.
niei or f once Lioughery, who Is a
prominent and enthusiastic member of
the Rod and Gun Club, was approached
yesterday by "the committee" who are
opposing the Fourth of July celebra
tion at Smith's Point, with the proposl
tion to abandon the club's intention
of contesting at the shooting match at
the football grounds, and to hold the
competition at Flavel's dock instead
Anticipating his consent, they Informed
him that they were having a medal
made for the occasion. The chief said
that the Astoria Football Club's invl-
tation was good enough for him, and
that furthermore, he could never con-
sent to the use of powder and lead In
such close proximity to the business
portion of the city. He told them, also,
they could devote tho medal referred to
some other object.
At The Monogram you can find fra
grant Belmont, Wedding Bounuet
Flor de Madrid and all other choice
and favorite brands of cigars.
Strawberries are t their best and
cheapest. You will find a large selec
tion, of the choicest "Wilson berries to
day at Ross, HIggins & Co.'s.
THE LEWIS AND CLARK ROAD.
The following communication has
Astoria, June 28,1893.
Editor Astorlan: Can any of your
readers inform me what, has been done
with tho money collected last year to
complete the road from Astoria to
Clatsop, commonly called tho Lewis
and Clarke road. Shortly after the
list of collections was complete, tho an
nouncement was made that $1,600 had
been obtained for the purpose spec!
fled, but up to date the amount ex
pended on the work falls far short of
$1600. When some of the subscriptions
were obtained It was with the under
standing that the road should be built
to a connection with a ferry to be es
tablished in the vicinity of the Nolan
place, but no more has been made In
that direction up to date. What, has
been done with the money, or when is
it to be devoted to the object for what
it was Intended? Like others who con
tributed toward the fund, I would like
to see some statement made as to what
disposition has been made of the funds.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Following are the real estate trans
fers as . reported for the Astorlan by
the Astoria Abstract, Titfe and Trust
Oregon Land Company to W. A.
Wheeler, lot 13 in blk 2, Pa
cific Addition $ 1
Rufus Teachout to F. F. Hal-
stead, land In section 17, T 8
N, R 7 W
A SAILOR'S PRAYER.
At the Norwegian Evangelical Luth
eran church, Uppertown, divine ser
vices will be held by Rev. L. Nlssen
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sun
day school, Norwegian, 10 a. m; Eng
lish," 2:30 p. m. Sunday, July 9th, no
services will be held.
Fresh fish received at the Albatross
Fish market dally. Salmon 10 cents
The best and only sure way to pre
serve fruits is with Antlfermentlne.
For sale by Foard & Stokes.
At the M. E. church. G. A. Landen,
pastor, there will be preaching at 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. tomorrow. Evening
theme, "Social Purity." Young Peo
ple's meeting at 7 p. m., led by Mrs.
Imhoff. Subject, "God's call to larger
usefulness." Sunday school at close
of morning sermon. .
Buy Raser's Root Extract to make
a healthful, refreshing beverage. Sold
Don't Btew your fruits over a hot
stove. Preserve them without cooking.
Foard & Stokes will tell you how.
There it ill be the usual services at
the Congregational church tomorrow.
The communion of the Lord's Supper
will be observed In the morning. Sub
ject In the evening: "How a Rich Man
Became Very Poor, and a Poor Man
Became Very Rich." Sunday school
meets at 12 m. and the Christian En
. deavor at 7 p. m.
Free at Crow's gallery, a life-size
. crayon with every dozen cabinets or
..dercd. Offer good for 30 days.
There Is no place In Astoria where
John Kopp's famous beer Is kept In
such good condition as at Utzinger's
The board of school directors met
last evening and decided to assign Mrs.
R. M. Stuart as teacher at Upper As
toria school. Miss Maggie Laws will
teach at Alderbrook, Miss Kate Grant
at Cedar Street, and Misa Nellie Nick
erson at Court Street The latter two
your.g ladies were elected at Thurs
day night's meeting. A resolution wa-
adopted to the effect that Mrs. Nanry
Welch shoiiM l-o r"rK"-; " V ti !..
r.-ie ff-' f !. r..:-
. amcmr.Krs? tj $0,50), or
When the British, under Lord Nelson,
were bearing down to attack the com
bined fleets oft Trafalgar, the first lieu
tenant of the Revenge, on going to see
that all hands were at their quarters
observed one of the men devoutly
kneeling at the side of his gun. So
very unusual an attitude In an English
sailor exciting his surprise, he asked
the man if he was afraid.
"Afraid !" answered the honest Jar,
with a countenance expressive of the
utmost disdain, "No, I was only pray
ing that the enemy's shot may be dis
tributed In the same proportion as the
prize' money the greatest part among
A. O. U. W. NOTICE.
To the members of Seaside Lodge No.
A full attendance of the members is
hereby requested at their lodge room
next Saturday night, July 1st. Grand
Master Workman B. J. Hawthorne will
be present at that meeting, and will
Install the officers of the lodge for the
All members of the order are cor
dially invited to attend.
F. D. WINTON.
A Literary and
The pleasantest anticipations of those
who attended the entertainment of As
torla Lodge No. 50, A. O. U. W., last
evening were more than realized, and
it is safe to say that at no literary and
musical entertainment In this city in
the past did the participants acquit
themselves so ably. The first number
on the program was an overture by Mr,
J. W. Thompson, whose efforts were
thoroughly appreciated by the most
The address of welcome by
Rev. Landen was short, but felicitous
and very well received.
The third number had to be omitted
on account of Miss Alma Helluorn
having contracted a severe sore throat.
The gem of the evening was Miss
Polly McKean'a recitation, the talent
ed young lady's rendition far eclipsing
anything of the kind heretofore heard
Miss McKcan was followed by Mr.
Barker with a vocal solo, which was
sung In a very acceptable manner,
Miss Edith Conn's piano solo was a
masterpiece, and was applauded to tho
The address of Or. O. I., O. B. Whit
more was both interesting and in
Mrs. J. T. Ross' sweet and powerful
voice was never more appreciated than
In her rendition of the beautiful song,
'Dreams." She was vociferously en
cored and responded with "After the
Messrs. Leborman, Bain nnd D'Ella
delighted the audience with selections
on guitar and mandolin, and were fol
lowed by Mrs. B. Van Dusen with a
vocal poloV for which she received
a highly deserved encore .and a gen
erous measure of applause for her re
Dancing to splendid music was
dulged in until midnight.
W. I. Crawford came over from Gear-
hart Park yesterday.
Dr. Strlckler has left for the East to
visit the World's Fair.
Mr. L. M. Kenzle came down from
the metropolis yesterday.
Mr. A. T. Forsyth, of Kelso, Wash.,
arrived In town yesterday.
Mrs. C. A. Davis, of Chinook, was a
guest at the Occident yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. H. Allen, of
Tacoma. are guests at the Occident.
Captain George Flavel is confined to
his house through an attack of cold.
Mrs. C. W. Stone and daughter re
turned yesterday from a visit to Victoria.
Mr. B. J. ' Hawthorne, of Eugene,
Grand Master of the A. O. U. W., is in
Rev. O. B. Whltmore will occupy tho
pulpit In the M. E. church tomorrow
Captain Hiram Brown, who has been
islting in Eastern Oregon, returned
Mr. James Elder, agent for the Mar
shall salmon twine, arrived In the city
yesterday. Mr. Elder comes to look
over the situation in the salmon twine
business, and to cull upon his many
Scandinavian Benovelent Society.
The members of this society are re
quested to meet, this Saturday evening
at their hall at 6:30 p. m. for the pur
pose of making arrangements for tak
ing part In the Fourth of July celebra
tion. By order, E. WESCHE,
A CHANCE FOR HEALTH.
QQ AORKSa .!f,,00 l'EIt ACKS IMI'KOVKI)
OO IiiriniiiK land with frmr. tree. 20 nores
cioiutHl, 20 acres pasture. Dwelling limine, wiire
house, and othnr building. Half mllo from
Steamboat landing at Hrookfluld, by bout or
mart. Inquire of owner on premises MUS. 11. IC.
rVIKAP A FEW CHOICE LOTS IN ADAlK'd
Kj Astorla-Eay tvrms. sea Fran Bwttle at
torney at law 173 Cans Street.
A 8KCOKD HANI) 8EW1NO MACHINE
X cheap, one Hint In In good repair, l.euv
word at this olllco.
TIKLP WANTED. AGENTS PAID A GOOI
XL communion, aud S,(XK) divided mnotii
tliem next winter, cpceliu attractions to be
unshed thin eiir for which we Want tho ser
vices oi uesi agents everywncro. ine i urtli
I ubliBliine Co. Koom SO, Chronicle liulldlnir
'ROOMS TO HKXT,
AC( TlAClKOK KIVK KOO.M8; UET, $1:
Inquire ut Mr. K. C. II Jl.DKN'S.
i; trully l.c ttcu
vjV 12 KOOMK. CKiN
Inquire ut this oilice.
,-WltNt.SHEI) KOOMS, MAIM 8TKEET
' Illume. Kvnrytiilnx netvlv fifed llnmu:li
out, AO, Ki.MuIll st, MHS, II. sl'KU.JIKIli.
NICELY FliKNISHtl) JMOM8 iJY DAY,
week or moid It terms very reasonable ut
ine unci, 7iu mini mreei.
pl.VI.L ON I'. BAK Kit, 478 Tlllltl) SfltliKT
j aim nave your ci"i lies iiyeu ami cleaned
CI fcO. M CLEAN, COliN Kit OI, EY AND A
X lor streets, dims a onier.il buslutsslu black-
smithing ai.it repalmit;.
ASTORIA NATIONAL BA'K
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESo.
AocouniMil Fiiwaand Indivldtiil" -olieitif
ii KiiYonihle Terms.
Forc-lKU atidOnmefitlc KxrliMuue bouirlit
Monei Loaned on Personal -cpnrlty.
Interest paid on Time Deposits as follow:
For 3 months, 1 per cent per annum.
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A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Having bftm established in connection wiih
the above. Uuno-ils will be received In uino -nts
of one dollar and upward.
Interest wil, be Hllotved as follows : On oidl
o V savinus books. 4 nor cent ner annum : on
term savings book", 6 per cent per annum.
D. K. Warren, President,
.1. E. HlKRlni, Cashier.
J.C. Dement, vice President.
II. K. Warren,
J - 0- Dement,
. John llobson,
II. C. TlKininsnn,
. Then Rracker,
C. P. UPSHUR,
SHIPPING aud COMMISSI
Astoria, - Oregon.
Food - - -Digestion-
j are all intimately connected ggjjs
Z practically inseparable, a
; inougn me iacc is onen
i ignored, it is nevertheless
2 true that a good complex- f
g ion is an impossibility with-
-j out good digestion, which E2
rrgg in turn depends on good p
ss There is no more common s
- cause of indigestion than xz
lard. Let the bright nouse
a keeper use
' rap viv
Our Stock Represents Over JOOO Styles.
Trouserings, Overcoatings, Suitings.
Prices $5 to $50.
Rules, and Tape-line
128 FIRST STREET,
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Worth more than standard value worth two for one
for the World's Fair and more than that to you.
We are selling half-dollars for a dollar a-piece.
You get a
World s Fair
for a Dollar
Is a pleasant drink, which will be
borne by the stomach without nau
sea or griping. It acts thoroughly on
the liver, kidneys and reproductive or
gans. A gentle physic, elliclent diu
retic, and is most useful. In scant or
painful menstruation. It aids diges
tion and reduces corpulency ; lears the
complexion, rendering it fair, and re
storing the natural tone of the skin,
for It removes the bile, which by ac
cumulation, produces' the sallow, mud
dy complexion, peculiar to tho con
stipated. Sold by all druggists.
J. 'W. Crow, successor to Ryan
& Co., 537 Third street, have Just
received a full line of 1893 patterns
In wall paper, and comprising all the
latest designs and shades, at the low
est prices. Call and see them.
THE FORCED MORTGAGE SALE.
Of Herman Wise's stock Is now in full
blast. Everything sacrificed.
M. WISE, Mortgagee.
P. S. All persons Indebted to Her
man Wise will please settle at once.
The firm of Wilson & Hendren, ex
pressmen, is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent. All dabts due the firm
must be paid to Wm. Hendren. All
debts owed by the firm will be paid
by the old firm. Wm. Wilson will con
tinue the express business at the old
stand. WM. WILSON.
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DO YOU LIKE OYSTERS?-
Those who wish to have the finest
Shoalwater Bay oysters or clams by
the quart or pint in Jars, can have
thorn delivered nice and frth by Horn-r-r
Tlftrfipr. Ordere left at The Asto-
L-rv,n -f.v-o xriy rpooive prompt and care
ful Hi I.wtmn frTvi
Is afforded those fast sinking Into a
condition of hopeless debility. " The
means are at hand. In the form of a
nnlal medicinal cordial. Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters embodies the combined
qualities of a blood fertilizer and de
purent, a tonic and an alterative.
While It promotes digestion and assim
ilation, and stimulates appetite, has
the further effect of purifying the life
current and strenghtenlng the nervous
system. As the blood grows richer and
purer by its use, they who resort to
this sterling medicinal agent, acquire
not only vigor, but bodily substance.
A healthful change In the secretions is
effected by it, and that sure and rapid
physical decay, which a chronic ob
struction of the functions of the sys
tem produce, is arrested. The prime
causes of disease being removed, health
Is speedily renovated and vigor re
stored. STIMULATE THE BLOOD.
Brandreth's pills are tne great blood
purifier. They are a purgative and
blood tonic, they act equally on the
bowels, the kidneys, and the skin, thus
clensing the system by the natural
outlet of the body they may be called
the purgative sudorific and diuretic
medicine. They stimulate the blood
so as to enable nature to throw off all
morbid humors, and cure disease no
matter by what name it may be called.
One or two of them taken every night
will prove an Infallible remedy.
Sold in every drug and medicine store
either plain or sugar coated.
The American Institute for the cure
of liquor, opium, morphine and tobac
co habits is now turning out dally
patients cured. Cures guaranteed or
money returned. Inquire at Institute
on 3d street, over Astoria National
Th New Vagstabls Shortening
3 and substitute for hud, and agg
her cheeks, with those ofsjiSI
her family, will be t:r
i more likely to be " Like a
rose in the snow."
; Cottolene is clean, deli- g-J
s-HjS catei healthful and popu-
- Ur, Try it for yourself.
! Send three cwiti la itftmm toN. "'" "
3 K. Flirbank & Co..Chicaeo.lor
m bandiomeCottoleneCook Book,
containing lix hundred recipei, iZ""
prepared by nine eminent author- ',SZ
Hies on cooking".
lade only by
N. K. Fail-bank & Co.,
ST. LOUIS and
CHICAGO. NEW YORK, BOSTON.
FOR A DOSE
IS YOUR STOMACH SOUR,
Breath bad or Head achtnirP One OI theee pllli r&
hevee dtstreaa In the atomaoh and euros headacn.
one each nlgnt for a week eweetens the stomach r.na
purines the breath. Thej Insure perfect diae.Mou,
regulate the bowels and euro oonstlpatlon. lhy
sot promptly, yet mildly, never Rrlpo or stolten. u0
Srucgists or mail, Uoeanko Med. Co, P lula fa.
For sale by 3. W. Conn, Druggist
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A Work of Art in Itself.
We devoto t!ie entiro amount towards developing
and ennobling tho People's Great Fair.
Souvenir and Rare Coins as an
U. S. $5 Goldpicce 1822
U. S. 1804 Silver Dollar
U. S. Half-Dollar 1796
U. S. 1802 Silver 5-Cent Fieo.
tJ. S. 1856 Eagle Penny
TJ. S. 1793 Copper Cent (Anion)
Queen's Jubilee 5-Sovreign, Eii.
Napoleon's 100-day 5 fx, French.
King William Coronation, Ger. r86i
German "Peace" Coins 1871
Thif will be the best investment you ever made-7-
A World's Fair Souvenir Coin
A National Heirloom for only $1.00.
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
Onloi. Hank. Draft, or Registered Letter for as many coins as vou
v . . :'!-",n:.'-t;on!i h v M send them to you, to
' ,rt;r;s' World's Columbian Exposition,
The i? ere cf John G. ierrw
Has bee:i purchased by
Wlionrfl triifnir to clonn out tlm slock,
liitciidiuu- iiintfliAH rt will (In well l cull
mil ( xuiiiIiiu k anil i i(!( h liptort)
liiinvcml u elsewhere. They Hl.o liavu
11 goou WiitclinutKer to do repalrhiK.
Merchant Stoamsliip Co.'s
Line, ConiiuclliiR with
Cni'iiitlnii rnolfln mill (iirnt Ni-rilil-rii
Kmlwiiy nml Ciiiini Mle:imlil) I, in,-.
JOHN KOPP, froptletoi.
Bolioiriian - Lager - lit er
And XX I'ortor.
All 01 ilert promptly iittcnie'tn,
T.lklnir freiirlit nnd I iissc-i-ciH ,m I nnconvi r
nml Vli'tiii-lii II 1 . nml Si-iil'le, liicimin nml n 1
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