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THE DALLY ASTOEIAJS,-ASTOIUA, -FBI DA AlOXtNIftU, JULY ai 18U3.
ABOUT THE CUT.
Dr. ristes made a flying trip to Sea
side yesterday. i ,
Oregon strawberries at Smith's today.
Strawberries and cream. at Col
mann's. Mrs". Dr. Owens Adair went to Port
land last evening,
Meany Is the leading tailor and pays
the highest cash price for iar skins.
What is Antlfermentlne? Ask Foard
There was no business transacted
yesterday In either the Justice or police
Westpcrt cream fresh every morning
at Smith's Ice Cream parlors. Third St.
If you want some extra tine photos,
Moocrs' Is the place to get them.
Suit was begun yesterday by J. D
McFarlano against T. P. Norman to
recover the sum of $73-25 due on on
account. i, ij
For fine wines and liquors call at
August Danlelson s Sample Rooms.
For genuine sweet cream that will
whip, go to Colmann's.
The Ladies' Guild of the Episcopal
church are contemplating the giving
of an excursion to Gearhart Park on
Thursday of next week.
Remember McGulre's Hotel at Sea
Bide is open the year around.
The Belmont cigar can be had at
. WASHINGTON LETTER.
in the absence of Captain Crang for
the next few weeks, Pilot Larklns will
be master of the Telephone, and Frank
Turner will assume the duties of pilot.
"I.adlea, nsk Foard & Stolces how to
Don't stew your fruits over a hot
stove. Preserve them without cooking.
Foard & Stokes will tell you how.
The slight improvement nr.ted In the
run of salmon In the early part -if the
week did not last long. ' There are lut
few fish," was the report from a ma
jority of the packers yesterday.
Wing Lee has just received a full line
i f .lapfinese curiosities and fancy goods.
Will sell at cost. 529 Third street.
Crow has made some very fin photos
of the United States ship Monterey,
which are acknowledged to be the best-
A purse containing a small sum of
money and some papers of no value to
any one except the owner was lost in
this city yesterday. Finder will be re
warded by returning same to this of
fice. The best and only sure way to pre
serve fruits is with Antlfermentlne.
For sale by Foard s Stokes.
Parties visiting in Portland can get The
Dally Astorlan at Handley & Haas' news
eland, 150 First street.
The house of O. Carlson, a fisherman,
located above Three Tree Point, near
Bay View, was destroyed by Are yester
day afternoon. It was burning when
the steamer Telephone came to the
point, and was In. ashes before the
steamer got out of sight.
Your fruits will not ferment if you
use Antlfermentlne. For sale by Foard
& Stokes. .
Fresh fish received at the Albatross
Fish market daily. Salmon 10 cents
Dick Sales, the popular mall carrier
between Seaside and Nehalem, has re
ceieved a new contract for one year,
the old contract having expired several
weeks ago. This news will be well re
ceived by the people living along the
mall route, as Mr. Sales is considered
one of the most efficient carriers ever
employed In that district'-
For all kinds of job printing, go to
Del. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorlan build
ing. Del. Ferguson, general Job printer,
Astorlan building, upstairs. First
class work at reasonable rates.
The cars of the Bay Railway Com
pany will leave First and Main streets
tomorrow at 2 o'clock, and every half
hour thereafter, for Smith's Point
grounds. A good many people are ex
pected down from Portland to witness
the. football match between the Port
land and Astoria teams, and the attend
ance will doubtless be large.
Preserve your fruit9 without cooking,
by using antifermentine. For sale by
Foard & Stokes.
Lovers of a good cigar can always
find mild, fresh Belmonts at Chas.
Warm weather up the river has at
. last started people toward the ocean
beaches. The past two days every
steamer has had a good list for Seaside
and the prospects are that the balance
of the season will note a decided im
provement In the busness at the south
side resorts. At the beach, the
weather is perfect, and those who are
down there are enjoying themselves
There Is no place In Astoria where
John Kopp's famous beer is kept In
such good condition as at Utzlnger's
Dry hemlock wood delivered at $3.23
per cord by C. W. Everest, Alderbrook.
Leave orders with Ben Coe, care of this
office. Terms cash.
In yesterday' marine news an item
appeared in which It was stated that
the trip of the Bailey Gatzert, to San
Francisco would be the longest! ever
made by a stem wheel steamer on this
coast This was slightly erroneous, as
the Annie Stewart came up from San
Francisco to the Columbia River many
years ago, to run in opposition: to the
Dixie Thompson of the Oregon Steam
Will be paid for the recovery of the
body of Isack Packala, drowned at Re
public Spit, Monday, July 17.
- LOUISA PACKALA.
Washington,' July 10th, 1893
Rumors are flying thick and 'ast of
an Intention on the part of the free
cqlnage democrats to bolt the demo
cratic caucus and vote the republican
caucus nominee for speaker, In order
to defeat the administration program,
which includes the re-election
Speaker Crisp. The new house will
have a total membership of 358, f
whom 128, are republicans and 13 popu
lists. Should 33 of the 215 democrats
bolt the democratic caucus It woul 1 b?
possible to defeat Crisp, but whild it
is possible, no well Informed person
considers It probable. It Is more liksly
that these rumors are started for the
purpose of obtaining concessions to the
democratic silver men in the make-up
of the house committees through1 the
fear of Crisp and the administration
that such a combination might be
made. While the republicans could not
prevent the populists and bolting dem
ocrats voting for their nominee for
speaker if they wished to do so, they
do not as a rule regard the election of
a republican speaker under such cir
cumstances as a very desirable thing.
Two members of the cabinet will take
their vacation at government expense.
Sec, Herbert, who has just returned
from, the World's Fair, will this week
start upon what he is pleased to call
an Inspection of the eastern navy
yards- Ho will go oni the Dolphin and
the trip will be along the Atlantic
coast as far east as Maine. Sec, Hoke
Smith goes Herbert several better, as
he, In company with' his wife and three
children, his father and mother, two
nieces and three Invited guests, is now
on a western inspection tour, in a pri
vate car, and will take In the World's
Fair and other pont3 of interest along
the route. Great Is the "Inspection
tour," particularly when It Is manipu
lated by a so-called reform administration-
Democratic editors use to call
such trips, "pleasure junkets."
In addition to hlfl efforts to reduce
the pension roll, through the various
methods already widely published.
Commissioner Lochreni has been di
rected by the president, according to
information from a trustworthy source,
to prepare a number of bills to be In
troduced In congress, which! would drop
a large number of pensioners should
they become law- The Intention is to
put forward . the most harmless of
these bills first, as congressional pulse
feelers, the others to follow ! regular
order If congress appears to bo in ac
cord with the administration, or to be
laid aside until a more propitious time
Bhould the contrary prove to be true.
Representative Holmanl is not in ac
cord with the administration) on" the
pension) question, notwithstanding' his
general fondness for economy. He is
reported to have said the other day
that If the pension program which has
been drawn up by Mr. Cleveland and
Sec. Hoke Smith be carried out the
republicans would have a majority of
at least fifty in the house of the fifty
fourth congress, the members of which
will be elected next year.
By the death of Justice Blatchford
Mr. Cleveland gets an altogether un
expected (that is, unexpected until
about two weeks ago) plum to dispose
of where it will do the most good to
Clevelandlsm. Sec, Carlisle would very
willingly give up the cares and respon
sibilities of the head of the treasury
for al lifetime berth on the bench of
the United States Supreme Court
It was said at the time that Mr- Car
lisle was hesitating about becoming a
member of the cabinet that he was
promised a seat on the bench.' of the
Supreme Court before the end of the
administration, but even granting ithat
promise to have been made It does not
necessarily follow that he will get this
vacancy. Sec., Greshami was reported
to have received a similar promise.
There was a delay of four days in
the Issue of the last weekly Patent Of
fice Gazette, owing to the contract for
printing It having in the Interest of
democratic economy been taken away
from a concern which has the facilities
for getting it out properly, and giving
it to one that lacks them. The am3
experiment was made In: the earl davs
nt tKe) flrsfi Cleveland administration,
and had to be abandoned because of
the delay and bad work.
Mr. Cleveland's health, is again a
leading topic of conversation- That it
has not been entirely good has' for
Some time been apparent to those who
have come into close contact with him
and that his physician has forbidden
his doing any work for the present is
known here, but it is generally thought
to be nothing more serious than over
work, caused by his queer habit of
spending hours over routine work that
might just as easily be performed by
one of the clerks at the White House.
A doctor who knows him sums up his
case thus; "OK, Cleveland is Just Hire
most fat men; he is a slave to his
stomach', and every once In a while
It brings him to his knees. If he does
not learn to control it, it will eventually
kill him. Just as other fat men are be
ing killedi every day,"
A muslcale will be given at the M-E-
church, Thursday evening, July
27th, under the auspices of the young
people. A splendid program will be
furnished and all are cordially invited.
A. W. Utzlnger, with his usual enter
prise, will open up a flrsb class theatre
In the Cosmopolitan, where he has
lately had erected a new stage and
dressing rooms. Mullen & Morris, the
first company to appear in the Cosmo
politan will arrive on the steamer State
of California next Saturday, and they
come well recommended. It Is the in
tention of Mr. Utzlnger to have only
first-class people show in his house, so
that people who visit the new theatre
may expect something well worth their
time in going to see. A new show will
be put on every week- The program
for Muller & Morris' show will be
published in due time.
The Astoria Library will be opened
Tuesdays and Saturdays at 1 p. m. for
the use of county subscribers. Time
on books is extended to 21 days.
L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising
agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, Ban Fran
cisco, is our authorized asent. This paper
is kept on file at his office.
It happened at Shanahan Bros Was
there ever anything like It? Long be
fore 8 o'clock a great company filled
the sidewalk In front of our store..
Down the street, up the street, the
dense crowd waited patiently for the
doors to open. Everyone of the hun
dred knew that great bargains await
ed them; everyone knew the value of
the promise. They were there becaust
of that promise, and because of better
faith i It, they filled the store' in a
moment- They saw, and they were
conquered- They came pretty near
conpuering us, toot We were obliged to
close the doors at times,, the Btore was
so full- How our clerks bent to the
work! How the goods went! And then
when night came, how the clerks went
down tired with the strain! Today the
work will be continued. Doors open
at 8 o'clock, to give us time to get all
things in order- Tou will come again
for more of the goods you bought yes
terday. " Xou will come with your
friends whom you told all about it,
The same bargains will bo here- We
will welcome you again, and all your
friends. Tours for low prices. Shana
Owners of horses can purchase Camp
bell's Hoof Remedy, and all the Col
umbia Veterinary Remedies at Fred.
Salz' Saddlery establishment.
At The Monogram you can find fra
grant Belmont, Wedding Bouquet,
Flor de Madrid and all other choice
and favorite brands of cigars.
To the active firemen of the Astoria
Fire Department. Being urged by a
number of my friends, I hereby an
nounce myself as an Independent
candidate for the office of chief engin
eer of the Astoria Fire Department
THOS. B- LOUUHEKY.
The liquor, opium, morphine and to
bacco habits are dreadful powers In a
man's life. Many would sacrifice all
they possess if they could rid them
selves of these evils. It has been made
possible to be cured, for it is a disease,
and at a moderate cost. The Ameri
can Institute guarantees a cure. Call
at their office over the Astoria Na
WHl appear at Liberty Hall next
Wednesday night. The company is
composed of first-class artists in their
respective line giving a first-class per
formance In every respect. Don't fall
to see them and enjoy a good) evening.
Reserved seats can be secured at New
York Novelty store, Tuesday, July 25th.
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.
AUCTION ! AUCTION !
At 719 Third St. Asloria.
Saturday. July 22, 10 a. m.
People's Auction House
I will sell to the highest bidder,
one muhogiiny bedroom set with
One plunh upholstered parlor
eet, one parlor table, and two
pieces of moqnet carpel, and
many other articles.
T'nnnln uinliinc pnnd onporlunitv to
nnri'lincp furniture should avail them
selves now as you ran for one-third down
in cash receive jjoO'is paying on bal
ance in weeKiy or mommy MsiaiiiiifniH.
Thus enabling those who are not in a
position to pay in full, by giving for it Ji
don not purchase price, the balnnce in
MAX. S I KA.L, Auctioneer.
If A Q(J A p
81 yoniiiiip Jiiiy
The problem to solve is where you can get honest goods m l
values for your money. We have decided to sell goods cheaper fo
the next fifteen days than we ever di earned of stilling before.
Kindly pay attention and read:
10c and 12ic Gingham, - -
8 a cents
12ic and 15c Chambray Gingham
20c and 25c Sateens,
81c Challie, -
12ic and 15c Dress Trimmings,
50c and 75c Moss Trimming.
$1.50 and J1.75 Corsets,
25c Ladies' Vests,
50c Ladies' Vests,
$2.50 Parasols, -
$125 Black Henrietta,
75c Black Henrietta,
50c Ladies' Fancy Hose,
25c Child Hose,
20c Child Hose,
15c Child Hose,
$2.50 French Broad Cloth,
Blankets at half price.
Children Hats'and Caps almost given away.
Ladies' Blouses to sell ht any price.
Ribbons, Laces and Gloves at prices never before unequalled.
Men's Furnishing Goods at half price. :
Ladies' Wrappers at half price.
These prices arc made with a guarantee of good faith and wo
solicit your' most critical inspection of the above price list.
t These are only a few of the many bargains to be had. Come early.
-:- , 'ALWAYS'THE CHEAPEST.
275 Thirl Sliv. t s:t i, '! yon.
Q GOOD LOTS AT SMITH'S l'JINT KINK
f) view. Applv al thl otllcn
(HKAP A FKW C1IOIOK LOTS IN ADAIR'S
J AHlorln-KuHv t-rms. He Frank Hull tie at
torney at law 17:1 Ca.su Htreet.
HI. WANTfD-INQUIEE AT THIS OF
COMI'KTKNr (1IRI, TO 1)0 C.KNERAI,
i house work. Apply in tho forenoon at 341
OIKL FOlt (iENERAl. HUUrtEWOIIK,
cood cook. Appl Mt this olllcu.
HKI.H WANTED,- AGRNTH I'AIDA GODD
commlMiloii, anil $K,onO divided nmo:ii
tlii'in next winter, ripecinl utiractloni to bo
pushed this year for which wo want the ner
vloc of best agent everywhere. The Ciirtl
fubllshiug Co. liuom ISO, I hronlele JIulldiiiK,
Jtoo.ua TO KUXT..
0 M8 Willi HOARD AT KKASON Alll.K
.al... .Ian ....llu.ru nf filv nuim. (.1 mill
luoiiire of Mrs. K. C Hoi ten. corner Main ami
FUiiNWlKl) HOOSK i'V I ' KOOMH, OKX
Irully locitrd. Inquire at .liisollke.
A REMEDY FOR CHILDREN.
Whsn a cull at home, mother made is take a tea-
noouful of onion .yriip at night, the n mormna
Biy coiurhwaa gone. For Croup It had no equal.
My children mailt upon having Dr. Ounn a Onion
Eyrap which la already prepared, mora pleaaant
and without taate or smell ol the onions. Sola at toe.
For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggist
The enly Tare Cream of T.:ru-r 1
"Used in Millions cf Home :
c-j n & a a
. A'.jiaoniii; Ko Alum.
:ars the Standard
Continued till old'stock is closed.out
at cost. New Goods arriving sold at
W. W. PARKER, Assignee.
NKT, Of K BAND ISLAM) NKAKI.Y W
fiiilHimi, Monday Jn y 17. owner apply to
John iinpl , , Imore's Cannery.
MISC ELLAK KOUH.
A' L OS V. BAKRH. 478 THIRD Sl'KKKT
n i.l buvo your clothes dyed mid cieane i.
GrO. Md.EAN, COHrSEK OLNKY AND A
tor streets, does a g ner.il bmlnrs In block
smithing and repairing
The S'ore of John G. Niemi
Has been purchased by
Who nre Rolira; to close out the stock,
Intending mirchivien will do well to cull
and r.xaiiiliie ikmvs and prices before
purc:iali! elsewhere. They also have
ft good WstcluiiBker to do repairing.
AJiTOItIA IKO WOKKM,
ConcoDilr street, loot Jackson,
General JlaeLir.isU & Boiler Blakcrs
Land and Marina Engine. Holler work. Steam
boat and Cannery Woilt a Specialty.
Gutingi f Al Descriptiofii Mtii to Order at
JULIi FOX ..iTeMent and Hup-
. L. VOX . Vice Fresldeu
Blank Hooks, Fino Stationery,
Baseball Goods, Footballs.
, Hammocks, Baby Carriages.
New Goods arriving daily. Low Prices for Cash.
GRIFFIN & REED
CALIFORNIA WTJE HOUSE,
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS
I hnve niHile nrrangeraeots for Biipplyinn nny brand of
wiucB in quantities to suit at lowewt chhIi Hetties. Tlie
trnde ami families iijpj'. All onleru delivered free
A. W. UTZINGER,
Main Street, Astoria, Orefion.
butchers - .and - Grocers,
Astoria and Upper Astorlu.
Finn Teas and CnnVes. Table Dell-ncle,
Ikmiellc and TroplcjU KriilW, Vejjela-
liiTug.r ttir.-( Iimim, much, etc.
CHOICE FRESH & SALT MEATS
Seaside Saw Hill.
complete stock of lumber nn hand In the
roUKh or dreed. Mooring. Rimtlc, Celllnir,
and all kinds of Hnlhh; Mouldings and Khln
Hies; alKo Brocket Work done lo order. Terms
reu.onnlile and ,rlc-a at l,t rrf . ort!i :s
prump!!- a:u.;iuid U,. Oihcu aii'l yard al mill.
., n II. K. L. IKiAN, Propr,
JEFF'S, Till Only Bestrat