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THE DAILY ASTOllIAN, ASTGB1A, SUNDAY AlOKHLNU, AUGUST 13,
ABOUT THE CITY.
A stage ia making two trips a week
over the new road from Tillamook to
Forest Grove. -
An ISO lot for $2.
Ice cream and soda at Smith's today,
The Astoria Football Club bent out
two full teams last nitfh-. to Smith's
Point, where there was a very enjoy
For $2 a lot Is delivered every week
to the buyer in Hill's first addition.
Meany Is the leading tailor and pays
the highest cash price for fur skins.
Itev. L. Walby preaches at the Scan
dinavian M. E. church, Uppertown, at
11 a. m. today and at Knelmeyer's
Hall at 8 p. m.
" Remember McGulre'8 Hotel at Sea
side is open the year around.
' The Belmont cigar can be had at
The travelling public is requested to
note that the train will leave Seaside
on Its last trip at 4:15 p. m., today,
and not at 3:30 as usual.
Ladies, ask iFoard & Btokes Jiow to
Men of small means can buy leal
estate In Hill's first aJdiuon.
The military band of the 1st Regi
ment passed through on its way to
Oearhart last night, where the mem
bers will make a holiday camp for ten
"What is Antlfermentlne? Ask Foard
& Stokes. i
Westpcrt cream fresh every morning
at Smith's Ice-Cream parlors. Third St.
It has been finally decided that the
basket sociable to be given by the
Young Ladles' Society of the Evangel
. leal Lutheran church will . be held at
the I. X. L. cannery In Uppertown at
cellent program has been prepared. ..
For fine wines and liquors call at
August Danielson's Sample Rooms.
If you want some extra tine photos,
Mooers' Is the place to get them.
At Centralla a son of Deputy Sheriff
Blackwell, aged about 14 years, picked
up a cartridge on the railroad track
and threw It against a stone, which
caused It to explode. Part of the shell
hit him in the eye, cutting the eyeball
to slch an extent that it had to be re
Call at the Aitoria Real EJtate Ex
change and get a lot :n liM's firgj ad
dition for $2.
Fresh fish received at the Albatross
Fish market dally. Salmon 10 cents
Albert Marsh, for sundry reasons
detailed at length In the evidence was
arrested on the information of
Henry Peterson yesterday and charged
with assault and battery in ' Judge
Cleveland's court. Prisoner was found
guilty and sent to the county jail till
the 22nd Inst .'
Del. Ferguson, general Job printer,
Astorlan building, upstairs. First
class work at reasonable rates.
l'artles visiting in Portland can gut The
Dully Astorlan at Handley & Haas news
mi and, 150 First street.
There was shipped over the Southern
Pacific yesterday to Chicago, a car
load of peach plums from Seattle.
This lot consisted of 800 twenty-five-pound
boxes and will arrive in Chicago
In about five days. They were shipped
by S. A'. Clark and will be placed on
sale in the Garden City.
When preserving fruits, save labor,
fruit and sugar. Perfect results. Use
Antlfermentlne. For sale by Foard &
There is no risk taken by joining
IIUl's lot clubs- Everybody gets the
full value of then money.
Hill's first addition is located in the
centre of the dty. Lots are now sel
ling in it for $2-
The Cheney Sentinel says the yield
of wheat in that section will be -simply
enormous, averaging perhaps 40
bushels per acre. While a rain might
benefit growing grain, it is not needed
to such an extent that .the country Is
suffering from the want of It. From
all portions of the great belt of East
ern Washington comes .the same en
Preserve your fruits without cooking,
by using antlfermentlne. For sale by
Foard & Stokes.
For all kinds of job printing, go to
Del. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorlan build
ing. Your fruits will not ferment If you
use Antlfermentlne. For sale by Foard
Andrew Boos, a milkman living on
the outskirts of Corvallls, on the East
Side, was drowned In a Blough on
Thursday afternoon about 6 o'clock.
He and a companion went In bathing.
Neither could swim, and they proposed
to keep out of deep water, but Boos
accidentally Btepped into a deep hole
His struggles were seen by his con
panlon, but he could render no assist
ance, and Boos went to the bottom.
Wing Lee has just received a full line
of Japanese cunosiues aim lautj 6v.
- Will sell at cost. 529 Third street.
Don't stew your fruits over a hot
etove Preserve tnem wiuwui uwimie
Foard & Stokes will teU you how.
The best and only sure way to pre
serve fruits is wun Mmerawuuua
For sale by Foard t ssioices.
The bark Thermopylae presented a
beautiful sight as she sailed Into har-
w vesterdav from Victoria, and ama
teur Dhotosrraphers were around her
all day anxious to get a picture of one
of the fastest merchant vessels ever
built. She Is an old China" tea clipper.
built In 1S68. and with a longer record
of victories In her races with the first
rariroes of tea for various seasons,
than any other ship afloat. Once she
sailed from Gravesend to Melbourne
JEFF'S, The Cull Restaurant.
in 56 days, and on another occasion
went from Newcastle, New South
Wales, to Shanghai, In four weeks,
beating all steamship times between
those ports. She will load lumber at
J. W. Thomson organist at the M. E.
church gives lessons in musfc, piano
and organ. Organs tuned and repaired.
Address 689 Astor street, Astoria.
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.
At The Monogram you can find fra
grant Belmont, Wedding Bouquet,
Flor de Madrid and all other choice
and favorite brands of cigars.
Lightning played a peculiar freak
last Sunday evening on the "old Brown
place," near Milton, says the East-Ore-gonlan
of Pendleton. The telephone line
passes through the premises and just
as the lreader and thresher crews were
coming in to supper ai bolt of light
ning struck the telephone wire in
front of the house, and about a dozen
men who happened to be near by were
knocked flat on the ground, and two
horses standing In the barn were also
thrown down. The lightning when it
struck the wire, appeared to fly all
over the place. Strange? to say, no one
was seriously injured, although all
complained of having a headache and
several were left almost blind for a
Owners of horses can purchase Camp
bell's Hoof Remedy, and all the Col
umbia Veterinary Remedies at Fred.
Saiz' 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.
The Rescue Club met last night at
8 p. m., with President Dr. Estes In
the chair. There was a very large at
tendance - and Miss Pearl Holden of
ficiated as pianist. After devotional ex
ercises by the Rev. J. McCormac, the
following excellent program was ren
dered: Recitation, "Total Abstinence."
Piano duett: Misses Delia Hansen tnd
Mamie Smith.. Recitation: "Irjve
Lightens Labor," Miss Ella Murtha.
Recitation: "Little Girl's View of Life
in a Hotel," by Miss Addle Brightman
of Maine. This lady Is a most taienled
speaker. She was repeatedly recalled
by her delighted auditors and very
obligingly responded with ''Sam's Let
ter," and "The Inventor's Wife. One
gentleman signed the pledge. The com
mittee for next week consists of Mrs.
Lieberman, Mrs. Sarah Gayles, and
Prof. Williams of Alderbrook.
txror nrnrtt rrovnns and sonlas crav
ons, copying and enlarging, a specialty
at Crow's gallery, 638 Third street.
T .nvora nf a. cnnrl plcrftr can alwavs
find mild, fresh Belmonts at Chas.
Owners of good tillable lands any
where In the country will have their
reward If they hold on long enough
and conditions not now to be conjec
tured do not Intervene. Secretary Mor
ton expresses the opinion that the own
ers of the farms In the United States
have a corner on the greatest profits
of the coming twenty-five years. His
Idea Is that the population of. the
country will double In the next quar
ter of a century as it has heretofore,
doubling the demand for land, while
there will be no more arable land to'
be had. The conclusion then Is that the
land will double in value. There 1b
nothing very extravagant in the sup
position that the lands will double in
value in twenty-five years. If there
was no revenue from the lands during
that period the doubling would afford
a very moderate profit Northwestern
mvinT-a ia nn Tilapo In Astoria where
John Kopp's famous beer is kept in
such eood condition' as at Utzlnger's
t mnn'f v under sold on wall paper.
iinvn s lnw as the lowest- The best
stock to select from in the city. B- F.
Allen, Third street.
Georce Uhler, of Philadelphia, pres
ident of the National Marine Engin
eers' Assocatlon, will arrive In this
city from Portland tomorrow. He is
making his annual tour of Inspection,
notinjr the condition of the associa
tion in all parts of the country, check
ing up accounts, straightening out lo
cal difficulties, getting acquainted with
the needs of the association, and learn
ing the oDinlons of the members, ine
association, he says, numbers about
11,000 members, which is about Beven-
tenths of those belonging to the trade,
and who compose nine-tenths of the
capable men in it. He says the En
gineers' Association and the Pilots
Association will meet in Washington,
D. C, on the second Monday In Janu
ary, and the question of the amalga
mation of the two organizations will
then come up for discussion. On his
arrival here Mr. Uhler will be met by
the local lodge of the Marine Engin
eers' Beneficial Association, who will
take him In hand till he leaves for Cal
ifornia on the next steamer.
TVia mumhara nf thA Mnrlne Engin
eers Beneficial Association No. 70, will
meet on Monday evening at tne nan at
8 o'clock sharp, to receive me nuuuimi
President M. E. B. A. No. 70.
i ; F. r,
. I'm'!' I l m
IPPP f Wk
The only Pure C:--a:i! c: T-ri: : !'
Used in Millions of librae'
ALONG THE WHARVES.
Yaqulna Bay Is Bwarmlng with sar
dines, the steamer actually plowing
through them, says the News. Halibut
follow them into the bay where they
are easily caught, showing, if another
instance was necessary, In what high
estimation Newport Is held by Prov
dence, sending her abundance of fish
food during the "hard times."
The wreckage of the steamer Emily
as advertised, was sold at North Bend
on Thursday, and bid In by John Kruse
The lighthouse tender Columbine ar
rived in Yaqulna bay last Tuesday
The Sydney Dally Commercial News
states that the steamer Mlowera, of
the Canadian-Australian line, made a
remarkably fast run on her last trip
down from Vancouver. The average
speed was 15 knots an hour for the
whole distance, though the mall con
tract stipulates for only 14 knots. One
day the run was 382 knots, being only
a fraction short of 16 knots per hour,
sustained for 24 hours. .
Three of the Washington wheat fleet
reached their final destinations In Eu
rope ortthe 6th. These are the Crown
of England which will discharge at
Havre; City of Delhi, which will dis
charge at Hamburg, and the Emln
Pasha, which will discharge at Lon
don. The British ship Errol, from London
for Astoria, was spoken July 13, In
latitude north, longitude 27 west.
The Celtic Race arrived at Liverpool
August 6. She sailed from Astoria,
March 15, with 64,255 centals of wheat,
valued at $77,150.
The new Cunard steamer Lucanlo,
sister ship of the Campania, will Ball
from Liverpool on her maiden trip to
New York, September 2.
F. M. Warren Is in the city.
W. T. Hume Is down from Portland.
F. A. Kenny Is down from Portland.
C. M. Maxwell and wife are In the
George Hatherly, a Chicago Kerald
artist, visited Astoria yesterday.
Captain Coulson of the U. S. Revenue
cutter service is in the city from Port
land. A. C. Thomas, J. W. Charlton, H. C.
HiDDen. A. T. Webb, Wm. T. Mulr, Jas.
S. Paterson, R. J. Fisher, Sam'l Roome
and wife, J. E. Martin, Miss Spragg,
E. Lyons, -Ed. Keathly, J. E. Davis,
Miss Laura Splawn, Miss Delia Rlne-
hart and J. S. Hamm, all of Portland,
registered at. the Occident and passed
through to the seaside yesterday.
. .. . . NOTICE.
Tha rintsnn Mill nomnany will re-
n.A-,, in ovMinmw for lumber, certifi
cates of deposit or certified checks on
the bank of I. W. Case, at par unin
CLATSOP MILL COM PAW i.
By W. S. KINNEY, Pres.
OEARHART PARK AND CLATSOP
Tim t t Pnltw will leave the Union
Pacific dock, Sunday morning, August
13th, at 8::30 ror xoungs uaj, con
necting with the cars for Oearhart
io..i- an,i nintadn Tlpnch. Round trlD
only $1.25. Please secure tickets in the
office on the dock before going on
board the boat.
G. W. LOUNS131SKHX, ASeni.
At tha umsnt anllc.ltn.tlon of a large
number of the Firemen of the Depart
ment, I have consenteu to De a canui
rtnta fnr the office of Chief Engineer,
at the coming election.
IS. tS. YVUttBlJllil.
A CHANCE FOR HARD TIMES.
t w fmor la nnw nrenared to sell
the handsomest grades of Wall Paper
i fha nitv at th lowest ruling? prices.
and guarantees good goods. Give him
a call before buying elsewhere., Note
the address 537 Third street.
i -- , L..nminl, wiill lennwn
and bo popular ns to need no special men
tion. Ail wno nave useu bikub
sins the same song of praise. A purer
medicine noes nor, exisi un n
ii.j A ll that 1a Malmail T'jleptrlG
I 'f 11 iu uu ail kwuv . " '
Bitters -will cure all diseases of the liver
and kidneys, will remove pimpies, doiih,
salt rheum and other affections caused
by impure blood. Will drive malaria
from the system ond prevent as well as
cure all malarial fevers. For cure of
headache, constipation and Indigestion try
Electric Bitters Entire satisfaction guar
anteed or money refunded. Price 60c. and
$1.00 per bottle at Charles Rogers' drug
FOR A DOSE
IS YOUR STOMACH SOUT,
Breath trad or Heart cchirirP One of lhe rl -ilevea
6iBtr8 in lb. fomceh and c-jrea i '"""'j
"ne rach night for wk 'h":??.SLd
purine Iho breath. Ihe, m.uro Pff "''
fogulatethe boweln nd euro oV"'E!inv.-,
For sale by J. W. Conn, Drugglnt
. 'cL - a u w
" i A:iimoi:ia; No Ahim.
"cars the Standard
CHEAP A FEW C110ICB LOTS IN A I) A IK'S
Aslorlft-Kiiiv tnrmv Hee Frank Huittlc at
torney at law 173 Cass Street.
1 K( FATHOMS OF WEB BETWKKN NO. 4
IOU ud tio. i buoy at the Jetty Owner run
have possession bv proving properly. Apply
aboard the Meudell.
ABOUT 14 FATHOM3 OF NET OFF THE
jetty, between buoya No 4 and io. 0. hn-
quire ui laplaiu j, w. cruwu, Bieuuiur ut'u, 11.
SET F01TND-OX THITRSDAIT NN1HT,
August 3, In ship cliHunel below rinlth's
lit, about ii.'K) fthoina net. Ixiser cull Hue It
at Facille Union Cannery,
1 Jf- FATHOMS OF NET ABOVK TONIiUK
ItO I'olut on WeMiies'lay nlglit. I'orka
ui Hiked cfeaadliiavlau fucking Co A liberal
reward. Apply to L, Agi.ui, gcnadliiavl&n
ABOUT 200 KATAOvtS NlCf. FIMJKR K In
quire at Cutting Packing Co., or JjIIN
ON THB NIGHT OF AUOU8T 1ST, ABOUT
300 fathom net 41 mesh deep at each end,
4ft mexh deep lu middle, corks marked 0. 1. 0.
and H. 8, Under will be llberaly rewarded by
notifying at Columbia Cannery.
BOOMS TO SHUT.
ROOM8 WITH 110 A HI) AT REASONABLE
rates. Also, cottaKe of six rooms id rent,
luuulre of Mrs. E. 0. Holtleu. corner Main and
FURNISHED HOUSE OF U ROOMS, CKN
trolly located. Inquire at tills ollive.
ALL ON P. BAKER, 478 THIRD STREET
ana nave your domes ayeu ana cleaned.
(TEO. McLKAN, CORNER OLNEY AND Au
T tor streets, does a general 'buslneas In black-
smithing and repairing.
ASTORIA NATIONAL BANf
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Accounts of Firms and Individuals boliclted
on Favorable Terms.
Foreign andUomestlo Exchange bought ao1
Money Loaned on Personal security.
Interest paid on Time Deposits as follows:
For 8 months, 4 per cent per Annum.
6 " 5 " " "
i. 12 6 " " "
A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Having been established In connection willi
the above, deposits will be received lu amounts
ot one dollar and upward.
Interest will be allowed as follows : On ordi
nary savings hooks, 4 per cent per annum ; on
term savings books, 6 per cent per annum.
- D. K. Tf rr, President
i. K. Hlaglas, Cashier.
J.C. Dement, Vice President,
It. K. Warns,
J. (3. Dement.
!. 8. Wrlaht,
H. C. Thorn pnoa,
Given by the
Scandinavian Benevolent Society.
Sillily, ll 13,1893
Wi'l constitute the festivities o( the clay.
Mnsic by Utzinffer's lJiiutl.
Tlifl commodious and nonuliir ho:it Telephone
will leave Flave 's wharf lit tt::H a. in. slisrp.
Ticket'', tl.uO 'or roniul trip, Including ball In
Fisher's Hall in the evening.
Children nnder lOvcarsfree when accompa
nied bj their pnrvirs, not otherwise.
COM HI Tl EE:
S. L. Carlso", C. 8. Oimdetson, Aiik. Damelson,
Frank Liiuistrop, K. Hater
Every Requisite for
Nil's Undertaking Parlors,
Hates Reasonable. EmbulmliiR ft
MAfiXUS V. OltOSBY,
- DHA'.KIl I -
HAltinVAUE, IKON, STEEL,
1K'N Pll' AMI m'MNHI.
STOVES - AM) - TlNWAUE,
flii' i- KuriiNlilmc (roods, Sheet 1-ead.Hlrip
ad. Hlioet Iron Tin and Copper.
THE : OIIEUOA : BAKERY
A. A. CLEVELAND, Prop.
Good Bread Cakes and Ptry,
None but tne Best Materials used. .
Satisfaction Guaranteed Customer
Bread delivered in any part of the city
AMTORIA IK WOKKN,
uoneomir street, iooi j&cxson,
Astoria, Oregon. -
General Minist & Hoilcr Makers
Land and Marine Emdnes. Itollnr work. Steam
boat and Cannery work atipecialty
Castings of AH Deuriptioas Ma4 to Order at
Int K VffX Piailtat and Him
. L. FOX . Vice Freaidtm
ROSS, HICCINS A CO.
Bntcliers - and - Grocers,
Astoria and Upper Aitoria.
Fine Tea and CofffM. TaMff DelVaolpa,
Ikiiiimtle and Tropic-ill Krinui, Vola
tile, sugar cured liaina, bacon, ele.
CHOICE FRESH & SALT MEATS
The Bottom HasDroppeciOut
I. L OSGOOD,
The Reliable One Price Clothier and Halter,
GOO, 002 Third Street, Opposite Foard & Stokes', Astoria, Or.
By becoming a member of Hill's. Lot
C ubs you can get a first-class lot in Hill's
First Addition to Astoria, Lots will be
time to procure a lot
Continued till old stock is closed out
- at cost. New Goods arriving sold at
W. W. PARKER, Assignee.
j. .'u '.
liPaves for Tillamook Hay Toints the Iaj' following the arrival
of tli Tnion Pacific stoainors from San Francisco.
flit1 Htoamor It. P. Elmore count xi with Union PiicIHc stt'iiniovs for I'oi llatitl,
and through tickets ars IhsuoiI lrom
Hip Union I'acitlB .Co
ELMORE, "SANBORN & CO., Agents, Astoria!
UM( PACIFIC It. It. COM I ANY, AjrotitH Portland.
I. W. CASE,
RKrUESKNTINfl , i
German American, New Turk City, K. Y.
Union Fire mil htm, of New Zealand.
National fire and marine hi. Co., of Hartford.
Connecticut Fire Im. Co., of Hartford.
Borne Mutual Ins. Co., of San Francisco.
Plio-nii, of London. I Imperial, of Loudon.
Nc York Date Glasi Ins. Co.
THE ASTORIA SAVINGS'BANK
Acta trustee (or lorporatloni and ludivld
unin Detioalts nollclto.1
lutprcH will be allowed on laving! dopodto
On ordinary aaviui bioki 4 per cent re
On term (airings book 6 per cent, per annum
On certlHcati'i "I ilepoalt:
Kor throo moiitln, i i.t cent, per annum.
For aix momln. 6 iiui vent, per aiiuum.
For twi'lve moutlit, 6 per ceuU por annum.
I. W. CASK -..FreiiMenl
3. Q. A. BOVVLBY - Vlee-Fn alileiit
KKAN1C PATTON - Caiililur
W. E. DEMKNT Secretary
L W. Cmi, 3. Q. A. BowUiy, Oust. Holmes,
0. U. 1'arc, lteiij. Yom.it, A. 8. Keed.
K. J. Tvl r.
TUE PORTIAS 8AYIJICS BANK
uk rumuikii, oiiKooif.
faid np capital ...... f2ff),rm
inrpln anil proflla 6O.U00
, r KAN K liKKUM, rroalilent.
D. y. 1 HOM I'SOS, Vlre-rrcaldent
H. CSTKAT'lON, Caabier
C. P. UP3HUH,
If the bottom lias 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'3 Clothing, com
prising my new fall lines of American
and Imported cloth 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
bo undersold hi any lino of Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, or in
any article of Furnishing Goods for
man v boy.
A child bu3'8 as cheap as the most,
experienced buyer. '
Now is the rfS
to build a
ija.Kii.-ji''-'': ;- A
rortlautt to 'l illainotik Hux points iiy
Miip ii'oijrii' irom rortianii uy union racinu
The S'ore of John G. Niemi
Has been purchased by
Butterfie d b'ros.,
Wlionrn iriilnsr lo cloae out the atock,
liiteiiitliiir iiureliiM n will tin well In eu II
mid i xitmliu! tun a mill iiriet'a liffnre
pine at k elHfwIii'rn. Ihi-y hIki lmv)
it Kiiol wuti'liniHKur to du repnirliiK.
Atlantic Beer Hall,
Zi V.nt aticet, Antnrla, Or,
PETE DOUREL, Proprietor.
Wines, Liquors - and - Cigars.
r oncert Every Evening.
North Pacific Brewery
JOHN KOPP, Proprietor.
Bohemian - Lager - Beer
And XX Tortflr.
All otden promptly attended to.
BOOT1 AHD SH0E3
Tbe J4trKt Btock, Best Quality and
lowest Prices at the Bln ot
The Ooldeu Bhoe.
TT f TTXJ tn on.