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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, A8TOB1A, Till JES DAY AlOUNIUbU AUGUST 10, ibiKJ.
ABOUT THE CUT.
.The ship Landseer has begun loading
wheat In Portland.
"An J80 lot for J2.
Ice cream and soda at Smith' today.
A. daughter has been born, to the
wife of Robert Robertson of Upper
For $2 lot is delivered every week
to the buyer to Hill's first addition.
Meany is the leading tailor and pays
the highest cash price for fur skins.
John Eyles, charged with gambling,
forfeited $50 ball In the police court
Remember McGulre's Hotel at Sea
side is open the year around.
The 'Belmont cigar can be had at
The Ocklahama and the Willamette
Chief are to do the towing for the Un
ion Pacific, this fall.
Wing Lee has just received a full line
of Japanese curiosities and fancy goods.
Will sell at cost. 529 Third street.
Don't stew your fruits over a hot
stove. Preserve them without cooking.
Foard & Stokes will tell you how.
Rev. R. B. Dllworth has accepted an
Invitation to occupy the pulpit of Cal
vary Church, Portland, on Sunday
Ladle3, tusk Foard & Stokca how to
Men of small means can buy leal
estate In Hill's first aidluJ-i
John Susene, arrested on a charge ot
drunkenness and disorderly conduct,
forfeited $10 In the police court yester
day. Hill's first addition is located in the
centre of the city. Lots are now sel
ling in it for tZ.
Dry hemlock wood delivered at $3.25
per cord by C. W. Everest, Alderbrook.
Leave orders with Ben Coe, care of this
office. Terms cash.
The BrltlBh bark Cuplla has been in
port for twelve months past, and the
date of her departure has not yet been
Owners of horses can purchase Camp
boll's Hoof Remedy, and all the Col
umbia Veterinary Remedies at Fred.
Salz' Saddlery establishment.
L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising
agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Fran
cisco, is our authorized asent. This paper
is kept on file at his office.
Fay, thelittfe daughter" of Mr. J.
Lieberman, was lost last night, and up
to a late hour her whereabouts had
not been discovered.
What Is Antlfermentlne? Ask Foard
Westport cream fresh every morning
at Smith's Ice Cream parlors. Third st.
' The third drawing of HUl's lot club
last night resulted in the success of
John Grover and Joseph Lels, who ob
tained lots 7 and 8 respectively in the
There is no risk taken by Joining
Hill's lot clubs. Everybody gets the
full value of their money.
For all kinds of Job printing, go to
Del. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorlan build
ing. Invitations are out for a literary en
tertainment and dance to be given by
the Ancient Order of Foresters at Odd
Fellows, Hall on Wednesday evening,
the ICth Inst.
Del. Ferguson, general Job printer,
Astorlan building, upstairs. First
class work at reasonable rates.
Elder Josiah Crouch, pastor cf the
Baptist church at OystervlHe, Wash.,
will preach at the Baptist church In
Astoria, Sunday, August 20th, 11 a. ni.
and 8 p. m.
Parties visiting In Portland can get The
Dally Astorian at Handley & Haas' news
stand, 100 First Btreet
Fresh fish received at the Albatross
Fish market dally. Salmon 10 cents
A gill net with buoys marked J. Slp
ola. one half Barbour's and one half
'Marshall's twine, was lost in the mid
dle channel Tuesday night. Apply at
Call at the Astoria Real Estate Ex
change and get a lot :n HU'i flrsj od
dltion for $2.
For fine wines and liquors call at
August Danielson's Sample Rooms.
Among the visitors at the Occident,
passing through on their way to Sea
side yesterday was Mr. F. W. Roeb
llng, a son of the famous New York
bridge builder who was chief of con
struction of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Pres2rve your fruits without cooking,
by using antlfermentlne. For sale by
Foard & Stokes.
Mitchell Coltman, aged 12, and Les
ter Mason, aged 9, who were arrested
by Captain Hallock on Tuesday even
ing on a charge of larceny, were up be
fore Judge Osburn yesterday. The case
was t"ken under advisement pending
the receipt of news from the Reform
School as to the accommodations in
Tour frulU will not ferment if you
use Antlfermentlne. For sale by Foard
Special National Bank , Examiner
Wishtman has begun his invect'-gatl.m
into the affairs of the Commercial Na
tional Bank of Portland, and will have
his report completed next week. Ac
countants are also at work upon the
inventory of the Portland Savings
Br.nk and the Northwest Loan and
Trust Company, but It is expected that
their work will not be completed for
At The Monogram yon can find fra
grant Belmont, Wedding Bouquet,
Flor de Madrid and all other choice
and favorite brands of cigars.
The following communication comes
from Chairman W. W. Parker of tne
Water Commission: "Lest some per-
JEFF'S, Ths Only Rsiarat
sons who are not overburdened with
city taxes should lose sleep through
fear of the loss of money by the Water
Commission, it may be stated thut the
bondsmen on the Water Commission's
treasurer's bond are easily worth, in
first class real estate In this city, live
times the amout of water-works funds
In said treasurer's keeping."
, The police were busy lost night
searching for four young miscreants
who during the last few nights have
been sleeping In the open air and com
mitting all kinds of petty depreda
tions. Two of them, George Gorman
and Walter Brown, were caught . by
Ofllcer Thomson in Colonel Taylor's
barn. The others are still at large. All
four led by Gorman, whose father was
once well known here, came over from
Tacoma last week. How ' they have
lived In the meantime nobody socms
. The match game of football last
night, as was expected, proved to be
the most Interesting that has been
played during the present season, and
from beginning to end was anybody'o
victojryj The grand-stand was filled
with a hundred enthusiastic ladles
wha cheered and applauded every
piece of good play very heartily. .Of
course those among the spectators
who were represented on the field kept
an eager eye on their champions and
led the shouts of approval that came
almost Incessantly during the game.
The match was very fast and at times
highly exciting, ; several scrimmages
near the grand-stand goal supplying
plenty of fun and bringing out some
excellent play. The Black and Gold
team carried their colors ta victory,
scoring two goals (both kicked In the
first half) to their opponents' one. This
score, however, by no means repre
sents the closeness of the struggle, for
Addis, who kept goal for the Blacks,
stopped several magnificent shots
made by his opponents. Tallent, Rlde
halgh, J. Carruthers, and Smalt
played a brilliant game throughout
for Mrs. Stokes and her party of la
dles, while Hlgglns, Addis, Spittle, and
Smith were a tower of strength to the
winning team, represented by Mrs. El
more and her eleven ladles. One of the
pleasing features of the game .was the
excellent work done by the new play
ers, proving conclusively that the raw
material of the club Is capable of very
high development. Mr. Frank - Gunn
umpired as usual, and his decisions
were prompt and unchallenged
throughout. At the close of the game
a beautlfful bunch of roses was pre
sented by Mrs. W. L. Robb to Mrs. C.
W. Fulton, the captain (by proxy) of
the winning side.
The Astorlan Is in receipt of the fol
lowing amusing letter:
Almost as soon as the World's Fair
at Chicago had opened, a titled two
legged animal of the human species,
calling himself "'Due de Veragua,"
turned' up, having come all the way
from Spain. In that favored land ho
had been known as a quiet sort of a
country gentleman, who, once In a
while, went to Madrid to kow-tow to
the ruling monarch, and for the rest
of his time bred a ferociously superior
stock of bulls for , fighting purposes,
but he went broke at Paris. He claims
to be a descendant of C. Columbus, the
Intelligent gentleman who balanced an
egg on Its. end, by smashing it down
a little bit, and who afterward dis
tinguished himself by discovering
America. It wasn't his fault; but
purely his good luck, that blundered
him to the West India end of the Car
ibbean archipelago, for he had set out
to go to quite a different country, tak
ing a short cut oversea to avoid the
tedium and dangers of the Cape of
Good Hope. But,, some six hundred
ascertained years after the Scandina
vians had been familiar with the
Northeastern coast of North America
and planted colonies there, the Genoa
ese come along in two or three cara
vals and sailing westward, bumped
against some islands whose existence
had previously been ignored on the
admiralty charts. - In other words,
Chris, discovered America.
As far as the public Is concerned, it
may be said to have been a fortunate
discovery.for if our Italian friend had
not set out on his Journey to the far
Indies and the land of Prester John,
we might have been born In Europe
or in ignorance; we might have been
born a girl, or we might not have been
born at all. .
So much we owe to C. Columbus.
Whether the debt Is one merely of
gratitude, or whether It Is of so ser
ious a nature -as to impose a pecuniary
obligation on us Americans is the tie
between the American people and the
Due de Veragua. His noble nibs
thinks he has a sort of moral mort
gage on the wealth of the United
States, and that the holders thereof,
from one dollar a day up to the As
torbilts and Havensack's should chip
in and give him a" fund of a million
or two or six, to clear his bull breed
ing grounds of debt, and secure to him
and his progeny a loafing capital of
forty or fifty thousand dollars a year
more than sufficient to supply bed,
board, and shelter to two hundred
American families, to say nothing of
single individuals. He does not claim
to have been of any use or advantage
; The onlv Pure C trm i T -n.-.r
"Used hi Millions rf H' - rae
to us. In fact none of us ever heard
of his ducal joblots until a few months
ago; but, because he has condescended
to be a descendant of Christoforo Col
umbo, and to have graced this pleblan
land with his Illustrious presence, "we,
the people," should and must come
down with tie cold cash Jn his behalf.
There may be some Infernal fool
tuft-hunters and tltle-worshippti's, un
worthy of birth in a republic which
gave great lives and good money tc
free from monarchical rule and aristo
cratic Imposition, who will be glad to
patronize "blue blood" by subscribing
to the Veragua relief fund. All such
should be classed with, fraudulently
Imported Chinamen and be deported,
even at the expense of the nation.
Forty years ago there was a little of
that snobbishness in America; Just
enough to furnish a text for the ridi
cule of clever writers; but now we
have specimens of degenerate man
and womanhood sufficiently numerous
to make a gratuity -to the Dude de
Kaklak, or the Count de Plunder, or
the Lord Nozoo, an actual possibility.
How to get rid of them or. of that anti-republican
tendency is a more seri
ous problem than Is presented In the
silver or tariff questions, ani In its so
lution more vitally depends the per
petuity of this republic.
, ; ; H. K. Y.
T TTT ThWmann nt-trn Til Rf of thft M.
hn,Mi irlvAfl loesnnfl In mllSlrv nlano
and organ. Organs tuned and repaired.
Address 6S9 Astor street, Astoria.
The best and only sure way to pre
serve fruits is with Antlfermentlne.
For sale by Foard Et Stokes.
Mr. W. J. Idlemon, of Portland, came
donw the river yesterday morning
Mr. M. McAuley, of Eagle Cliff, was
a guest at the Occident yt-esterday.
Mr. H. F. L. Logan, of Elk Creek,
1b In the city.
Mr. J. Phillips, of San Francisco, ar
rived in this city yesterday. c
Mr. Jos. D. Murray, of Ilwaco, Is at
Mr. CI. B. Reed, of Denver, was
among the arrivals In town yesterday.
Mr. J. C. Wolf, of Sllverton, Or., is
a guest at the Occident.
Dr Estes will leave for the beach to
morrow morning. For the next few
weeks he will be in this city on
Wednesdays and Saturdays only.
The Library Association has been
t Vi . iaitrtianf rf mimarrma favnrit nince
their, last publlo acknowledgement,
among mem tne lettering ot me win
nows Dy Mr. Alien, paint iurnianeu uy
Moanra . fnrnnhnn anil Fisher. 121.75
from the football club, the proceeds of
two games, cuy water iruni wits waici
commission, and a large number of
books from friends.
The Bee Hive, this week, will sell
all summer goods at great reduction.
Boys tennis oxfords 50 cents per pair;
ladies sleeveless vests 10 cents each;
mull caps, 10 cents each; lawn 5 cents
There is no place in Astoria where
John Kopp's famous beer Is kept in
such good condition as at Utzlnger's
t ho under 6nM An wall naDer.
Almava nn Inw RR tlla InwASt. Thp hpSt
"stock to select from in the city- B. F.
Allen, Third street.
Water colors, cravons and sepias cray
ons, copying and enlarging, a specialty
at Crow s gallery, 638 Third street-
T Mm nf a. vnnd nttrny ran fllWAVfl
find mild. . fresh Belmonts at Chas.
If you want some extra tine photos,
Mooers' is the place to get them.
, GAINED TEN POUNDS.
Gentlemen, I am subject Co periodi
cal attacks of sick headache of the
worst possible type, anr commenced
taking Krause's Headache Capsules
last summer. They cure it in every in
stance, and since that time I am en
joying splendid health and have gained
ten pounds in weight. Tours truly,
F. M. DANIELS,
For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria,
Oregon. Sole Agent
Round trip ticket 50 cents, children
half fare. Members of the Sunday
school free.' Bring your lunch basket
bring a large one bring it full. The
above applies to bathing suits. Appe
tites furnished on the beach free.,
Good bathing, beach and ocean and
river near Jetty and old fort.
Capacity limited. Apply early for
tickets at Ross, Higglns & Company,
or Parker & Hanson. Steamer leaves
promptly at 9 p. m. from the Electric
.Ufa nannw tncethpr With thfi Choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles etc., can
be DOUgllt at ine wwrai priv-EB m -
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hotel,
FOR A DOSE
IS YOUR STOMACH SOUR,
Breath bad or Head achlnnf One of t Pl -Uevea
dllrw in the tomch and curea h"
one tk night lorlwMknrteum th'???,??
Jnrtflea the breath. Th. lnaure Prfedll ..
reg-ulata the bowel and euro conatlpatlon. "
aot promptly, yet mlldly.never Rripeor eicwn. ioo
Xmiggiau or mail. UoaanXo Med. Co, ftula
For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggist
:.rs tbe Standard
I 1 VI aVfB II I
CHEAP A FEW CHOICE LOTS IN ADAM'S
AstorlK-Kasy terms, Frituk Buittlu at
torney at law 173 Caia Street.
ABOUT 1 FATHOMS OF NET OFF THE
Jetty, between buoys No. 4 and 6. En
quire of Captalu 1, W. Brown, steamer Geo. 11.
VTET FOCND-ON THURSDAY MHT,
1 August 3. iu ship channel below fcin ith's
Point, about 250 Mlioma net. Loser cau tlue it
at Facitic L'nlon Cannery,
ABOUT 200 FATAOMS NET. FINDER EN
H Ar'k!.1' Rt Clltt'"g i'ackt"8 Co- or JJUN
ON TUB NIGHT OF AUGUST 7TH, ABOUT
800 fathoms net 41 mesh deep at each em),
W mpKh deep in nilcMIe, corks marked (. 1. C.
and H. 8. duller will bo llbemly rewarded by
iii)tlfiua; at Columbia Cannery.
JtOOMS TO JtHXT.
ROOMS WITH BOAKD AT REASONABLE
rates. Also, cottage of six rooms to rent,
iniiiiire of Mrs. E. C. Holden, corner Main and
FURNISHED HOUSE OF 12 BOOMS, CEN
trully located. Inquire at tills ofllce.
CALL ON P. BAKER. 478 THIRD 8TUEET
and have your clulhes dyed and cleaned.
CfEO. McLEAN, CORNER OLNEV AND A
T tor street, does a general business ill black-
smithing and repairing.
ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Accounts oi Firms and Individuals solicited
on Favorable Terms.
Foreign andDomestlo Exchange bought au1
Money Loaned on Personal ecnrlty.
Interest paid on Time Deposits as follows:
For 8 months, 4 per oent per annum. .
' 6 " 5 " " "
12 " 6 " " "
A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
liming been established In connection wllh
the above, depolts will be received In amojnU
of one dollar and upward.
Interest will be allowed as follows : On ordi
nary savings books, 4 per cent per annum ; on
term savings bonk?, 6 per cent fjer annum.
D. K. Warrea, Presldont.
J. K. HIixIbi, Cashier.
J.C. Demcat, Vice President.
I. K. Warns,
J. (!. Dement.
II. S. Wright,
H. II. Thompson,
. GRAND ANNUAL
Given by the
Will constitute the festlvltlos of the clay.
Music by Utzinger's Band.
The commodious ami popular boat Telephone
will leave Flavc ' wharf lit 8:TO a. in. siisrp.
Tickets, 11.00 for round trip, Including ball In
Fisher's Hall lu the eveiiiiiK-
Children under 10 years freo when acoompa
nied by their pnrenis, not otlierwi-e.
I L. Carlsoe, 0. S. Gundi'ison.-Atiff. Djmolson,
Frank Llnostrora, K. Bator
FOR SALE BY AUCTION
On SATURDAY, AUGUST 12th,
At 2 p. m, at the auction rooms of
Second fi treat.
v Latest Improved and new luariilnory
for the manufacture of sod wnt-r, A "
grand opportunity to establish a lucra
tive buNiuess at amall cost. Don't for
get the day.
The S'.ore of Johi G. Niemi
Has been purchased by,
Butterfie'd f ro?.,
Wliouro going to close nut the stock..
I'llendniif purclias ri will do well to call
cud examine .00 t and priets ifre
purcnaii g elsewhere. Tliey nlio liavd
a good watchmaker to do repairing.
HARD WAKE, IRON, STEEL,
IRON P FK AND FITTI.NI!
STOVES - AND - TIN WANE,
House Furnlnhlng Ood, Sheet l,ead. Strip
Lead, Blieet Iron Tin and Copper.
THE : OKEUOlt : BAKERY
- . A. (TETELARD, Prop.
Good Breed Cakei and Pitrj,
aone dm tna nest Maionsis tinea.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Custom
Bread delivered in any part of the city
Every Bcqulsito for
Polil'g tndcrfaling Parlors,
Sate finril, Fmhilils; a
The Bottom Has P3roppeclGist
' ill ! '''"( ' l '',".
' , 1 1
I. L OSGOOD,
The Reliable One Price Clothier and Hatter,
000, 002 Third Street, Opposite
f For. an $SO Lot
By becoming a member of Hill's Lot
Clubs you can get a first-class lot in Hill's
First Addition to Astoria. Lots will be
time to procure a lot
Blank Books, Fino Stationery,
Baseball Goods, Footballs,
Hammocks, Baby Carriages.
New Goods arriving daily. Low Prices for Cash.
GRIFFIN & REED
Continued till old stock is closed out
at cost. New Goods arriving sold at
W. VV. PARKER, Assignee.
Buys the latest improved
White Sewing Machine at
FOARD & STOKES'.
CALIFORNIA WlfJE HOUSE,
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS
I linve nindo arrangwuonfs for supplying nuy brnnd of
wines in quantities to suit ot lowest misli fiiuiea, The
trade and families supplied. All orders delivered free
A. W. UTZINGER,
. , . Main Street, Axtoria, Oregon.
ASTOR HOUSE, Astoria, Oregon.
J. G-. ROSS, Prop'iv
Itii'rg and $1 " pr day. Good ncuommodutiona. Clean bed a gpeeialty. Ymi
me invited to call. Free 'bn meets ftll steamboats.
North Pacific Brewery
JOHN KOPP, Proprietor.
Bohemian - L'ier - m
And XX (Vitrr. .
All Older primiplljr ttciirti'd lo.
If the bottom has dropped out, I, for
one, intend to hold on to what ia left.
Therefore I shall sell until times im
prove on the Columbia all lines of
Men's and Boy's Clothing, com-
prising my new fall lines of American
and Imported eloth at 25 per cent.
Ies3 than my regular retail
prices, which is from 10 2-3 to 33 1-3
less than elsewhere. I do not intend to
be undersold in any line of Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, or in
any article of Furnishing Goods for
man or boy.
A child buys as cheap as the most
Foard & Stokes', Astoria, Or.
Now is the
to build a
Atlantic Beer Hall,
312 K.rkt itrcct, AnlorU, Or.
PETE D0UREL, Proprietor.'
Tlie Finest -
H inos, Liquors - and - Clears.
Vxw. Concert Every Evening.