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THE DAILY ASTOEIAN, ASTORIA, FBI DAY
AlOUNJUU, AUGUST 11
, 1 8id,
ABOUT THE CITY.
Good bye to the Royal Chinook
for another year.
An $80 lot for Z.
Ice cream and soda at Smith's today,
There have been twelve picnics In
Astoria in the past two weeks.
For $2 a lot is delivered every week
to the buyer in Hill's first addition.
Two Juveniles were sent to jail for
a day In Judge Osborn's court yester
Meany la the leading tailor and pays
tne Highest cash price for fur skins. -Little
Miss Lieberman was found
by her parents at a late hour on
Remember McGuire's Hotel at Sea
side is open tha year around.
Forty nets will be short at the var
fous canneries when the count over
Is made next week.
The Belmont cigar can bo had at
C. W. Schofleld went through to San
Francisco yesterday morning. Ho had
no railroad intentions.
Ladiea, ask Foard & Stokes how to
Miss Wilson, of San Francisco, who
has been visiting Mrs. Murray of 11
waco for Borne time, returned home
Men of small means can buy leal
estate In Hill's first a1di:iJ'
Part of the New Astoria wharf at
Tansy Point was burned yesterday. It
is supposed that the fire was caused by.
a spark from a passing steamer.
What Is Antlfermentlne? Ask Foard
C. W. Kent and wife the talented
elocutionists and artistes of Portland
went down on the California steamer
yesterday to fill a three weeks engage
ment In San Francisco.
Westpcrt cream fresh every morning
at Smith's Ice Cream parlors. Third St.
During the' last few days small boys
have been defacing the signs of streets-
on the hills. At the corner of Cass and
Court the names read respectively
"Ass" and "Our" streets.
For fine wines and liquors call at
, August Danlelson's Sample Rooms.
The executive committee of the As
torlai Football Club will meet at the
president's office to night at 7:30 to
consider the proposed excursion to
Gearhart, and the football match m
the hotel grounds.
If you want Some extra tine photos,
Mooers' Is the place to get them.
Steamer Inspectors McDermott and
Edwards came down from Portland
yesterday and inspected five steamers.
They left for Ilwaco on the Ocean
Wave last night, and today will Inspect
steamers on Shoalwater Bay.
Call at the Astoria Real EJtate Ex
change and get a lot "n HU' flrsJ ad
dition for J2.
The monthly report of School Dis
trict No. 6, Fort Stevens, from July
10th, to August 4th, shows the number
of days taught, 20; number of pupils
enrolled, 14; total number of days at
tendance, 270; and average attendance,
13. Under the able tuition of Mrs. Will
iam McBurney, the school continues to
Fresh fish received at the Albatross
Fish market dally. Salmon 10 cents
George Traynor, a young man work
ing near the jetty, met with a very
painful accident yesterday which may
result seriously. He was rolling a log
down the Incline when his hand be
came tangled In the cant-hook, throw
ing him in front . of the log which
crushed his spine and right side. The
sufferer was at once taken to the Fort
Stevens hospital where his Injuries are
being treated. ,
Del. Ferguson, general Job printer,
Astorian - building, upstairs. First
class work at reasonable rates. .
Parties visiting In Portland can get The
Daily Astorian at Handley & Haas' news
stand, 150 First street.
From a letter received In this city
yesterday from Mr. A. Bartholomew,
who is on his way East via Victoria
and the Canadian Pacific railway, It is
learned that Mr. and Mrs. G. Wingate
will return from their Sound trip
about the beginning of next week. Mrs.
Wingate Is now camping with the
family of her brother-in-law at Ameri
can Lakes, a short distance from Ta
coma, and Mr. Wingate was in Victo
ria on Tuesday last.
There is no risk taken by Joining
Hill's lot clubs. Everybody gets the
full value of their money.
For nil kinds of Job printing, go to
Del. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorian build
ing. -,. ' .
, Astoria Lodge No. 60 A. O. U. W.,
has Introduced a new feature Into Its
meetings which tends to create an ac
tive Interest among the members. At
Its session this evening the Committee
on Authorities wll present extracts
from papers from Dr. Sherwood, "of
the John Hopkins University; Prof.
Taussig, of Harvard University, and
others. This feature is elevating and
gives rise among the members, to re
search into science, literature and art.
Win?; Lee has just received a full line
of .Japanese curiosities and fancy goods.
Will 3ell at cost. 529 Third street.
Don't stew your fruits over a hot
stovs. Preserve them without cooking.
Foard & Stokes will tell you bow.
The Astorian Is In receipt of the Au
gust number of the "Parish Guide"
which contains an unusual amount of
readable matter. Among the articles
is one by the Episcopal Bishop of Cal
ifornia, In which his lordship speaks
very pleasantly of his trip to Oregon
JfTPpn rpi.a n-iw nff
iff U, iiiu uiiij liiiutuuiuul.
and his visit to Astoria. TheGuide
also publishes several interesting Items
from Sklpanon, and the usual, amount
of Guild: and Sewing .Circle news,
and Is altogether a very creditable
August number. .
Pres3rve your fruits without cooking,
by using antlfermentlne. For sale by
Foard Sc. Stokes.
Your fruits will not ferment if you
use Antlfermentlne. For sale by Foard
& Stokes. .
Last Sunday afternoon says the
Canyon City News, there occurred a
deplorable accident which cost Clyde;
youngest son of J. A. Cameron, his life,
In company with W. G. Fry's son he
was shooting robins in the cherry trees
at Mr. Fry's residence below John
Day. After loading his ' gun the Fry
boy left the hammer Blip accidentally,
and the gun was discharged, the con
tents entering the Cameron boy's left
side, penetrating a lung. Dr. Lewis
was summoned but the little sufferer
only lived about half an hour.
J. W. Thomson organist at the M- E.
church gives lessons In music, piano
and organ. Organs tuned and repaired.
Address 689 Astor street, Astoria.
The best and only sure way to pre
serve fruits is with Antifermentine.
For sale by Foard & Stokes.
A good deal of Interest la being dis
played over the forthcoming election
for a chief and two assistant engineers
of the fire department which conies off
on Monday next at No. 2 Engine
House, The candidates , for chief en
gineer are, from No. 2:, B. S. . "Wjrsley,
T. B. Loughery, and E. C. Foster;
from No. 3: John Robinson; Hook and
Ladder Co: T. M. Green. For assistant
engineers: Ed. Reed, from No. 1, Wra.
McCrosky from No. 2,. and W. B.
Painter from No. 3. The polls will be
open from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m., and none
but active firemen of the Department
may vote. It Is expected that 135 bal
lots will be cast.
Hill's first addition is located in the
centre of the city. Lots are now sel
ling In it for 2.
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.
William Bendt, the pioneer of the
Japanese j sealing itndustr)y, returned
from Oregon this morning by rail, says
Tuesday's Examiner. .Bendt was one
of the party aboard the steamer Emily
when she was wrecked on her last
voyage. He had made the trip to look
at his new schooner Winchester, now
nearly completed, in Coos bay. Bendt
found a number of letters from Japan
awaiting him' here, giving news of the
Japan sealing fleet, but this informa
tion has been ' generally anticipated
and Bendt Is understood to be well sat
isfied. The steamer Emily has gone to
At The Monogram you can find fra
grant Belmont, Wedding Bouquet,
Flor de Madrid and all other choice
and favorite brands of cigars.
Owners of horses can purchase Camp
bell'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 agent. This paper
is kept on file at his office.
America's , application of astronomy
to the uses of dally life Is curiously Il
lustrated by Professor E. S. Holden,
director of the Lick Observatory, In an
instructive article In the August Fo
rum. Our. public lands, he observes,
are laid out In rectangular plots; every
Important" seaport has its noon time
ball to regulate the chronometers of
ships; most railways and towns have
correct time-signals furnished by the
observatories, and thousands of local
times werei changed into standard
times over the whole of the United
States in a single day without the
slightest accident or detention on more
than one hundred thousand miles of
railway. He makes a notablo show
ing of America's achievements In sci
GAINED TEN POUNDS.
Gentlemen, I am subject to 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. Yours truly,
F. M. DANIELS, .
For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria,
Oregon. .Sole Agent.
" Biirklcn'i Arnica Salve.
rro. ht dolva In thA wnrlH for ruts.
bruises, gores, plcera, salt rheum, fever
sores, letter, cnappeu nanus, iui'i
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posltlve-
i , r... nn rav ronulrpd. It
is guaranteed to give perfect natlBfac
tlon or money refunded. Price 25 cents
oer Dox. j' or saie Dy uua.
lessor to J. C. Dement.
SCOW FOR SALE.
A big scow 52x24 will be sold cheap.
Apply to P. Sevenson, at Sevenson's
Landing or to August Danielson, As
To the active firemen of the Astoria
Fire Department. Being urged by a
number of my friends, I hereby an
nounce myself a an independent
candidate for the office of chief engin
eer of the Astoria Fire Department
Respectfully, -THOS. B- LOUGHERY.
jf t1 1 3 e
The only Ture C -v o'T .r!; r J-
used in Miiiioa? cf If erne
THE END OF THE SEASON.
Fish and Game Protector McGuIre
came to the city yesterday, and at
once Interviewed the cannerymen con
cerning the rumor that they Intended
to fish Into Saturday night Instead of
closing down at midnight last night
He also communicated with Fish Pro
tector Crawford of Washington, and
decided to send patrols out along the
river and arrest every man found defy
ing the law. Mr. McGulre intends to
give all boats a reasonable time to de
liver fish caught up to midnight last
night, at the canneries, but he desires
to warn all cannerymen that the river
will be carefully watched for the de
tection of the receipt of a single salm
on captured after that time. In an In
terview yesterday he said:
"I am confident that during the
present season the work of the fl&h
protectors has been as effective as
possible under the circumstances, but
it seems certain that unless measures
for the more efficient protection of
salmon " are taken quickly, disastrous
results will follow. The only means by
which this can be prevented are In
creased propogatlon at the hatcheries,
a combination of cannerymen who will
agree on a reasonable amount of fish
ing, and a change of the close season
date to August 1st Instead of thelOth.
Last year, four millions of young fry
were turned out into' the river. The
number should have been, thirty mil
lions. If the present system of fish
ing continues with none of the reme
dies that I have mentioned, It seems
to me that in five years the run of the
fish into the Columbia will be so small
that It will not pay to work a single
. Ther has been a controversy as
to the meaning of the words of the
statute, which says that "the close
season shall last from the 10th of Au
gust to the 10th of September." The
point Is whether this means the close
season shall begin at midnight on the
9th or midnight on the 10th. However
as It has always been the custom to
consider the latter meaning correct,
Mr. McGulre will not make any at
tempt' to change - matters, but a
friendly suit may result, when the
question can be legally tried end de
cided. The run of fish that started, on
Monday fell off considerably yesterday
and the boats averaged only a shade
over six salmon each.
A t th enrnoRi-. solicitation of a large
number of the Firemen of the Depart
ment, I have consented to be a candi
date for the offlce of Chief Engineer,
at the coming election.
11. K. WUKOlJJlil.
A CHANCE FOR HARD TIMES.
T TO' Crrsar la tirvw nrpn&refl to sell
the handsomest grades of Wall Paper
In the city at tne lowest ruling prices,
-nod c-oods. Olve him
a call before buying elsewhere., Note
the address 537 Third street.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
Tko nnniml meeting1 of the stockhold
era of the Odd Fellows' Land and Build
lng Association will be held on Thurs
day, August 24th, at 2 p. nv, at Odd
Fellows' Hall. -
A. J. MEGLEIi, secretary.
Those wha have used Dr. King's New
Discovery know its value, and those who
have not, have now the opportunity to
try It free. Call on the advertised drug
gist and get a trial bottle free. Send
your name and address to H. 13. Bucklen
& Co., Chicago, and get a sample box of
Dr. King's New Life Pills free, as well as
a copy of Guide to Health and House
hold Instructor, free. All of which Is
guaranteed to do you good and cost you
nothing. Chas. Rogers' drugstore.
LAND OFFICE NOTICE. -
United States Land Office, Oregon
City, Or., August 8th, 1893. Notice is
hereby glvn that the Township plat
of survey of T. 4 N., 6 W., has been re
ceived at this offlce, and on September
19. 1893. at 9 o'clock a. m., of said day,
said plat will be filed In this offlce and
the land therein will De suDjeci to en
try on and after said date.
ROBERT A. MILLER.
. PETER PAQUET,
Round trip ticket 50 cents, children
half fare. Members of the Sunday
school free. Bring your lunch basket -brine
a laree one bring It full. The
above applies to bathing suits. Appe
tites furnished on tne Deaen tree.
Good bathing, beach and ocean and
river near jetty and jold fort
Capacity limited. Apply early for
tickets at Ross. Hlgglns &. Company,
or Parker & Hanson. Steamer leaves
promptly at 9 p. m. from the Electric
There ia no Dlace In Astoria where
John Kopp's famous beer Is kept in
such good condition as at Utzlnger'a
- FOR A DOSE
IS YOUR STOMACH EOUr,
Breath ted cr7Tc?d:h'.!-r:i' 0cfihew t'"i"
heveii;lrrlii!lii(m.i.ohi.i tuna i n ,
eneeaouiiia-he rorwrKweenllioto wt'. "
purines Uir bmiih. -be innuro r "". ";
rpnltMhe bowels and euro eomnipa'i. ;. ' r
act prom ptly.yet ruiMly.lu v. r (rrtr Ol r .
Ktrusguta or mail. lioeauao MuL Co.,- -a.,
For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggist
u n- va
cars the Sf-tidard
I C I r BSJSW n t--L
CHHAP A HEW CHOIOB LOTS IN ADAM'S
Aatorlii-Kiny terms, twM) Frank Su.ltie at
torney at law 173 Cuss Street.
1 f-A FATHOMS OF WKB BETWEHN NO.
10U u4 Mo. (J buoy at the Jetty Ownerean
have possession by proving property. Apply
aboard the MeDtJell.
About io fathoms of net off the
Jettv, between buoys No 4 and Ivo. 6. Ku
uuireof Captain J. W. Brown, steamer Ueu. 11.
SET FOUND-OX THURSDAY NKiHT,
August 3, In ship clianuel below miiIOi'h
i)t, about it'io fathoms net. looser call line it
at Faollio Union Cannery,
1 4 FATHOMS OF NET ABOVK 10NGUB
I'll) Point on We'inewlay nUlit. Corks
ui Hiked fccftjOtnavlan Paikiug Co A libera!
reward. Apply to L, Agntii, Scandinavian
ABOUT aOO FAl'AOilS NET. FIM)KR KN
qulre at Cutting Packing Co., or JjllN
ON THE NIGHT OF AUGUST 1ST, ABOUT
300 fathoms net 41 mesh deep at each end,
4- mesh deep in middle, corks marked 0. 1. C.
and II. 8, Under will be llburaly rewarded by
notify lug at Columbia Can u try.
ROOMS TO MBXT.
ROuMB WITH BOARD AT REASONABLE
rotes. Also, cottage of six rooms to relit.
I no ulre of Mrs. B.C. Holden, corner Mailt ami
FURNISHED HOUSE OF 12 ROOMS, CKN
trolly located, lmititre ttt this olllce.
CALL ON P. BAKER, 478 THIRD STKK1CT
and bave your clothes dyed and cleaned.
GEO. Mcl.KAN, CORNER OLNEY AND A
tor streets, does a general business In black
smithing and ivpalrliii!.
ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK
TRANSACTS A .
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts ot Firms and Individuals noltnited
on Favorable Teimi.
Foreign and Uomeslio Exehango bought anl
Money Loaned on Personal security.
Interest paid on Time Deposits us follows:
For 8 months, 4 per cent per annum.
g II 5 II U H
' lU ' " ' 6 M " "
A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Having been established In connection wilh
the above. deuoMls win be received la umo tat
of one dollar and upward.
interest win ue allowed 09 follows : on ordi
nary savings books, 4 per cent per annum ; on
term savings bonks, 6 per cent per annum,
D. K. Warm, President.
J. K. Hiiglaa. Cashier.
J.C. Uemeat, Vice President.
0. K. Warren,
H. (!. Thorn pnoa,
i Theo Bracker, .
Given by the
Wl l constitute the festivities of the iluy. .
Music by Utziupjev's Kind.
The commodious and noonlnr bout Telephone
will leave Flavc 's wharf at 8::X) . in. slim p.
Ticket, 11.00 for round trip, Inclining bull in
Fisher's Hull in the eveiiluK.
Children under 10 years free when necnmpH
nied by tbelr parents, not otherwise.
J. L. Carlson, C. 8. Gundeigrm, Anr. D.unelson,
1'Y.ink Llmnttrom, K. Muter
FOR SALE BY -MOTION
On SATURDAY, AUGUST 12th,
At 2 p. m, a the auction rooms of
Latpt Improved and new machinery
for Did manufacture of aoiM wat-r, A
tjrntirl opiortunity to iMuhllsh a lucra
tive buMiieSH at Muall rost. I'ou'l lor
K I the day.
Nine Head of Horses
will be sold at auction
by Martin Olsen at bis
auction rooms near Oc
cident Hotel on Satur
day, Aug. 12, 1893.
Horses consist of farm
team and saddle ani-
The Bottom Has OroppedOut
I. L OSGOOD,
The Reliable One Price Clothier and Halter,
000, 002 Third Street, Opposite Fonrtl & Stokes', Astoria, Or.
For an $8 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 bo
delivered weekly. Now is the (n
time to procure a lot to build a j
home, for " C Jr-
Blank Books, Fine Stationery,
, Baseball Goods, Footballs,
Hammocks, Baby Carriages.
New Goods arriving daily. Low Prices for Cash.
GRIFFIN &. REED
i mml i A
Cpntiuued till old stock is closed out
at cost. New Goods arriving sold at
V. W. PARKER, Assignee.
Buys the latest improved
White Sewing Machine at
FOAED & STOKES'.
CALIFORNIA WINE HOUSE,
FINE WINES AND LiaUORS
I hnve made arrangements) for supplying nny brand of
wines in quantities tomit at lowest ciisli fl times. The
trade anil families supplied. All orders delivered free
in Astoriu. .
A- W. UTZINGER,
. Main Street, Astoria, Oregon.
ASTOR HOUSE, Astoria, Oregon.
J. G. EOSS, Prop'r.
ItfttM fl nnd fl 25 w day. Ocxvl accommodations. Clean beds a eppoialty. Yimi
are invilrtd lo call, l'reo 'bug meets all tteambonts.
Hjrth Pacific Brewery
JOHN KOPP, Proprietor.
Bohemian - Lager - Beer
And XX 1'mtfr.
Al! o:dcr promptly attcndi-d to.
Tf the bottom has dropped out, I, for
one, intend to hold on to what is 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 cloth at 25 per cent,
less than my regular retail
prices, which is from 10 2-3 to 33 1-3
less than elsewhere. I do not intend to
bo undersold in any line of Clothinp:,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, or in
any article of Furnishing Goods for
man nr boy.
A child buys as cheap as the most
Atlantic Beer Hall,
31 1 V rot street, AstorM, Or.
PETE D0UREL, Proprietor.
Froo Cmicf rt Kvtry Evening.