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THE --DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1893.
ABOUT THE CUT.
Circuit court will meet again in the
circuit court room at 3 o'clock on Mort
Tho bark River Indus will probably
go up the river today. She draws 19
feet 0 Inches.
The steam scow Maid of Oregon Is
discharging cord wood at the Astoria
Shipping Co.'s dock.
John Hansen, who was convicted of
murder yesterday is very much pros
trated, and entirely broken down.
Small flsh are running very plenti
fully in the river just now, and thous
ands of torn cod were caught yesterday.
The three-masted schooner T. E.
Jewett came down from Portland in
tow of the No Wonder yesterday. She
Is lumber laden for San Francisco.
Two murder trials completed in three
days Is a record that Judge McBrlde
can be proud off. He evidently intends
to allow no waste of the county's funds
at this term of court.
The pilots on he Louis Olsen were
In hard luck yesterday. They missed
two ships by keeping too far to the
couth. The San JoseTwent to the north
and picked up both.
The ladles of the library asoclatlon
are getting along splendidly with the
arrangements for their big entertain
ment, and full particulars of the affair
will shortly be published.
The bark River Indus, 1044 tons, 149
days from London, arrived In port yes
terday afternoon with a general car
go composed principally of cement.
Captain Williams, her skipper, Is an
eld favorite on the river.
An $S0 lot for J2.
Groceries cheap for cash at Howell
The Belmont cigar can be had at
Men of small means can buy real
estate Jn Hill's first addition.
Jack Johnson and Lanna Kampplnen
were married yesterday at the Finnish
Evangelical Lutheran church by the
Rev. J. J. Holkka. The ceremony was
performed In the presence of only a
few of tho friends of the contracting
parties. Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Ohls were
Remember McGulre's Hotel at Sea
side Is open the year around.
All groceries sold at bottom prices
for cash at Howell & Ward's. .
' For fine wines and liquors call at
August Danlelson's Sample Rooms.
Only the purest wines and liquors
are sold at Alex. Campbell's Gem.
Parke & Lacy, of Portland, through
their attorney, A. R. Kanaga, have
commenced suit in ' the circuit court
asolnst the Astoria and South Coast
railroad for the sum of $850. The com
plaint states that a quantity of ties
were converted to thet use of the com
peiiy without the plaintiff's consent.
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.
Big discount on all goods at the
gents' outfitting store of P. A. Stokes.
For all kinds of Job printing, go to
Del. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorlan build
ing For Sale Three good lots at Smith's
Pcint. A bargain. Address A. B., this
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. J. W. Bu
shong reorganized thai Woman's For
eign Missionary Society of the Meth
odist church for the ensuing year.
Thore wore several ladles present, and
a good deal of enthusiasm was mani
fested. The following officers were
dieted: President, Mrs. Bushong; vice
president, Mrs. Pendleton; secretary,
Mrs. Gerdlng; treasurer, Mrs. Elmore;
corresponding secretary, Miss Susie
Roberts. The meetings will be held on
tho first Wednesday of each month.
A great reduction sale Is In progress
nt P. A. Stokes gents' outfitting
IiOvers of a good cigar can always
find mild, fresh Belmonts at Chas. Ol
sen's Sewing machine and general repair
ing, lock-fitting, etc. C. A .May, 132
Fresh flsh received at the Albatross
Fish market dally. Salmon 10 cents
Hill's First addition Is located in the
centre of the city. Lots are now selling
In It for 2.
Covernor Pennoyer yesterday ap
pointed the following delegates to the
International Irrigation congress to
meet i-.t Los Angeles, California, Octo
ber 10th: J. B. Huntington and A. W.
Gowan, of Harney, R. S. Anderson and
George Chandler, of Baker City, J. H.
Raley of Pendleton, and C. A. Cogs-v.-ell,
of Lakeview. Notarial commis
sions were issued to the following: A.
L. Veazie, J. P. O. Lownsdale and
. ; I:: ant, of Portland, and A. M.
Solisis of Jacksonville.
rrUnM fa nr. fialr talrnn htf totntni?
Hill's lot clubs. Everybody gets the
full value or tneir money.
Get your hemlock wood for $3.25 per
cord dellverea, ai ine Astoria, nuw
Yard. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Del Ferguson, general Job printer,
Astorlan Duuaing, upuuuro. "
class work at reasonable rates.
Water colors, crayons, and sepias
crayons, copying and enlarging, a spe
cialty at Crow's gallery, Third street.
Rare bargains In Jewelry are being
' - K.r rr virRtmm. Anv ar-
ii j ri cu viiin j j j .
tide In the store can be had at cost
For delicious Ice cream soda go to
Colmann's Ice Cream Parlors. Choice,
fresh candies manufactured dally at
Wanted Furnished rooms for house-
. keeping or a furnished flat suliame ior
the same purpose. Must be convenient
ly located. Apply at once to R. H. M.,
JEFFS, Tie Daly Restaurant
The steamer Signal cleared for Vic
toria. B. C. at 9:30 yesterday morning
with 24 of the 26 Chinamen she brought
down with her. She will connect with
th Kmnress of India and bring back
a full list of passengers and about 300
tons of Asiatic freight. She will also
have 300 tons of merchandise from Ta
coma and Seattle. The company has
no trouble in bringing full cargoes from
the Sound, but has to go back occa
slonally with only a part, lead from
this end. -
Call at the Astoria Real Estate Ex
change and got a lot In Hill s First
addition for ii.
The Office liquors and mixed drinks
are unexcelled. Genevieve street, be'
tween Second and Third.
Persons wishing to Join Mr. Thomp
son's singing! class will please leave
leave their names at the Y. M. C. A,
Wing Lee has Just received a full
line of Japanese curiosities and fancy
goods, will sell at cost. 529 Third street.
The finest hemlock wood ever sold in
Astoria can be had from C. W. Ever
est, Alderbrook. Only 13.25 per cord
Elegant bath tubs, first class shav
lng and neat and artistic hair cutting
at the Astoria Baths. Glllet & Corbett,
The Coffee House, 522 Third street;
best place for chops and steaks: oys'
ters by the quart; received dally and
On Thursday afternoon the hop hou.
of Wade & Ritchie, between Gervals
and Parkervllle, two and three-fourths
miles from the former place, and a
half mile from the latter, burned to
tho ground and the season's crop was
consumed. The last kiln of hops from
fourteen acres was - being taken off
when the fire was Btarted. The build
ing, which was owned by Murray Wade
was worth $350. Mike Ritchie owned
two-thirds of the hops and Wade the
remainder. The total loss is about
$3000; Insurance in the Western Assur
ance, of Toronto, $1500.
There Is no place In Astoria where
John Kopp's famous beer Is kept In
such good condition as at TJtzinger's
Wagner & Co. have a line of new
souvenir spoons. Watch, clock and Jew
elry repairing a specialty. Opposite The
Dry hemlock wood delivered at $3.25
per cord by C W. Everest, Alderbrook.
Leave orders with Ben coe, core or tnis
office. Terms cash.
Than 73taMrA Iraona a vn.rtpd find
choice assortment of cigars, tobaccos,
n1n.vlna onrrtq pntlprv. stationery.
pipes, amber goods, etc.
Owners of horses can purchase Camp
bell's Hoof Remedy, and all the Col
umbia Veterinary Remedies at Fred.
Salz'' Saddlery establishment.
The finest and most extensive line of
blue and white steel enameled ware
ever displayed in Astoria, has been
received at Foard & Stokes.'
At the Monogram you can find fra
grant Belmont, Wedding Bouquet,
Flor da Madrid and all other choice
and favorite brands of cigars.
The ship St. Mlrren, 1855 tons regis
ter, sailed into harbor yesterday morn
ing, 29 days from San Diego, with sand
ballast. Marine men crowded along the
dock to watch her as she swung grace
fully around to her anchorage. She
has a rig that has. never been seen
here before, the peculiarity being that
she carries no royals but has Instead,
double topgallant yards. Instaed of
having to clew up a royal and furl it,
her men can lower the upper topgal
lant sail and reef it or furl it a good
deal easier. The large topmast heads
give more stiffness to the masts.
Yesterday's Oregonian says: "The
party sent out by United States Engin
eer Handbury to make soundings and
survey the channel at Walker's Island,
under charge of Mr. George W. Free
man, has returned. Mr. Freeman re
ports having foimd a good channel on
the Washington side of the river, where
there has been some scouring out since
the dike was completed.- The process
is still going on, and the prospect Is
that there will soon be a wide 24-foot
channel there. The sand Is filling In
behind the dike so fast that it is bare
at low water. There Is a channel on
the Oregon sido which, with a little
dredging, could be given a depth of 23
to 24 feet. The pilots, however, prefer
the Washington side ,ns It Is the more
direct course. The government snng
boat Corvallls, which went down to
Walker's Island to look for a snag
which had been reported by the pilots
to be a nuisance, has returned, after
successfully accomplishing the object
of her trip. She found several large
snags, and put them out of the way,
One of them had several large branches
lately broken off, and this Is supposed
to be the one against which the Colum
bia brushed a few days ago. The Cor
vallls will return to work on the Wil
lamette below Salem at once. The
Upper Willamette is at a fair boating
THE NEW SCHOOL.
Dedicatory Exercises Yesterday Over
the Handsome Uppertown Building
The opening exercises at the new Up
pertown school yetterday were celebrat
ed without a hitch, and none who were
present will ever forget the enjoyment
of the occasion. The program with
pne or two minor alterations, was car
ried out as published in the Astorlan
yesterday. The fine upper room of the
S W"' vVJ
Th nl 1Vr f-, , f. .: ,t T-
Used in Millions o: IJYtue
new building was filled with nearly
'TOur Tiundred guests, who were cordial
ly welcomed by School Director J. W.
Conn, president of the day. Mr. John
H. Smith delivered the oration and
crowded a good deal of common sense
Into a very short space of time. He
dealt to some extent with the advan
tages of education, and congratulated
the children on their change to a new
and handsome school house which he
hoped might spur them to greater ex
ertions than ever In the field of edu
cational advancement. When he closed
with an earnest wish for the success of
the Uppertown school, he was loudly
applauded. Five minute addresses were
then delivered by Principals Wright
and Hawes, and by Mrs. Stewart and
Miss White, the two ladies speaking
on behalf of the Uppertown teachers.
School Director Thomas Dealy then
spoke briefly and dwelt on the signi
ficance of the occasion, and the lesson
It taught to all who were present. Pro
fessor Clark, the popular head of the
Uppertown school, made a neat speech,
and looked as pleased and as proud as
the occasion warranted. Since his ten
ure of office began in that part of the
city, he has helped school matters on
with great strides, and may well be
congratulated on having had placed at
his disposal one of th.3 handsomest edu
cational buildings in the state of Or
egon. The other schools of the city
were granted a half holiday for the
dedication, and all the teachers, with
many of the pupils, were In attend
ance To all wno took part- in tne pro
gram, and to Mrs. Wright for the loan
of an organ, the officers of the day
iieslre,' through the Astorlan, to ex
press their sincere thanks.
Lots COxlOO, all cleared, In block 05,
Adair's, for sale by W. B. Adair at
from $30!) to $450 per lot.
The Indies of Grace Church Guild
will hold a pie and cake sala at the
residence of Mrs. Coe on Main street
today at 2:30 p. m.
Thor Frederickson. piano tuner, has
moved to 1053 Third street, Adair's As
toria, near Eagle cannery. Leave or
ders at Griffin & Reed's book store.
Sportsman intending to x purchase
their winter's supply of ammunition
should communicate with Foard &
Stokes before purchasing elsewhere.
For Sale An organ. Value when
new, $125.00. .will sell very cneap ior
cash. In order. Owner going to leave
town. Address, J. T. R., this office.
J. W. Thompson, organist at the M.
E. church, gives lessons In music, pi
ano and organ. Organs tuned and re
paired- Address 589 Astor St., Astoria.
Those desirous of furnishing houses
can find as good bargains at u. v.
Porter's as at any other store in the
Northwest. Give him a trial and prove
All the patent metrtctnes advertised in
this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles etc.. can
be bought at the lowest prices at J. W.
Conn'-s drug store, opposite Occident hotel,
Fred Olsen takes the lead in manu
facturing boots and shoes. All work is
first class and warranted. Repairing a
specialty. Corner Second and Olney
IN HOUSES OF GOD.
Services that are to be Held in. the
City Churches Tomorrow.
The Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran
church, above Columbia cannery, Up
pertown. Services tomorrow 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.f by Right Rev. B. Har-
stad, from Tacom. At the morning
service the new organ will be dedicat
ed and an offering will be token up for
the Pacific Lutheran university.
The usual services will be held in
Grace church tomorrow. Rev. W. S.
Services in the Congregational church
tomorrow, morning and evening. Sub
ject In the morning, "faui s une
Theme." Evening, subject, "The Ad
versary, the Dsvll," The Sunday school
meets at 12 m., and the Christian En
deavor at 6:30 p. m.
There will be a men's meeting in the
gymnasium 'of the Y. M. C. A. this
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. All men are
invited to attend.
There will be services in the German
language at the Congregational church
on Sunday afternoon at 2:30.
Rev. Allan Mackay wirV conduct ser-
lces and preach morning and evening
In the Presbyterian church tomorrow.
.. ' j
Tf vnn have friends in Europe whose
passage you wish to prepay to Astoria,
call at the Northern Pacific ofllce.Bteamer
Telephone dock, and make known your
wants. Reduced rates via all the lead
ing steamship lines.
TntrnntxA the Northern Pacific railroad
If you are going East. Low rates of fare,
through tickets, baggage checked to desti
nation. All purchasers of second class
tickets can stop over at Portland. Rates
of fare same as from Portland.
The most handsome and highest
grade Wall Paper ever seen in the city.
I will furnish paper gratis to anyone
finding this statement not true. Call
and see for yourselves, at B. F. Allen's
571 Third street.
Don't go to Portland to buy your
tickets for the "Old Country" and the
East when you can get them for the
same price at the Union Pacific office
in this city, and thereby save your lo
cal fare to Portland.
The annual meeting of "The Nor
wegian Evangelical church" will be
held at the church building Monday
October 2d, 7 a m.
Astoria September 21th, 1S93.
TH. FREDRICKSON, Secretary.
Every girl that ''iys her school
books at the New York Novelty Store
will be presented with a manicure
set. Ever boy that gets 'his school
books nt the New York Novelty Store
will get a nice memorandum book witn
- - -40 Vrnrs the StTu1ai
James P. Hlxon , representing the
well-known merchant tailoring estab
lishment of Charles Adams, San Fran
cisco, has arrived and will remain two
days at the Occident hotel, where he
has on exhibition a full line of sample
goods for gentlemen's wear, suitable
for the present and coming season.
Those wishing first-class custom-made
clothing will do well to give him a call.
He is the only scientific, practical cut
ter who has taken diplomas In the
principal cities of the east, for correct
measuring, skillful labor and perfect
fit who Is soliciting orders. There are
a great many adventurers traveling
who are not tailors and do not repre
sent al responsible house, who cannot
take a correct measure, subjecting the
people to great annoyance and loss.
Hoping that the public will encourage
a scientific man to do their work, Mr
lTlxon is recommended.
C. R. F. P. U. NOTICE.
Regular monthly meeting of the Col
umbia River Fishermen's Protective
Union will be held a I their reading
rooms, Tuesday, October 3d, 1S93, at
7:o'J p. in., sharp. Members in good
standing are requested to be present
and to have their receipt book or re
ceipt nlong. SOFUS JENSEN,
The undersigned having been appoint
ed by the circuit court receiver for I.
W. Case, banker, hereby gives notice to
all persons owing said bank, either by
note or overdraft, that payment of
same must be made without further
delay. Tho office of tho receiver, at
Case's bank, is open, dolly, from 10
to 12 o'clock a. m., and from 2 to 4
o'clock p. m., and all debtors are ad
vised to coll' and Bettle at once.
GEO. H. GEORGE,,
ANOTHER CUT IN PASSENGER
Five dollars less over the Union Pa-i
clflo to Missouri river and intermedi
ate points, effective Sunday, August
20th. Rates to all Eastern points corre
spondingly reduced. For full informa
tion, call at Ticket office, Union Pa
G. W. LOUNSBERRY. Agent.
TO RESIST THE ATTACK
of the germs of Con-
rffcu. sumption, Scrofula.
,;Zt(irlp, Malaria, and
amany oicer diseases
means tight or
die for all of ua.
These germs are
everywhere in the
air we breatho.
The odds are in favor of the germs, if our
liver is inactive and our blood impure.
What is needed most is an increase in our
germ-fighting strength. To do this success
fully you need to put on kealthu flesh, rouse
the liver to vigorous action, so it will throw
oil these rorms, and purify the blood so that
there will bo no " weak spot," nor soil for
We claim for Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery, that it does all this in a way pecu
liar to iteolf. It is the development of gen
erations of medical thought it has stood the
test of a quarter of a century of cures.
That is why the makers can guarantee it
In every trouble caused by torpid liver or
impure blood, if the "Discovery" foils to
benefit or cure, your money is refunded.
Pretty strong reasons for trying Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy. $500 if you can't be cured.
l . om ONE
FOR A DOSE
IS YOUR STOMACH SOUR,
Breath bd or Hand ohlnitr' One of lhe plllc ' rc
llevM dlatreas In the atomaoh end ourw LeadHcnc.
oae aaoh nlKht for week eweetene the atojiaeli . ai-d
SurlBe.tho breeth. The, insure perfeou.lno.t or,,
regulate the bowel and oure ooimtlpntl'-n. j lie,
art promptly, yat mildly, never arip f -V
Drugglata or mail. Boaanko Med. Co., M. Oa., 1 a
For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggiot
BY HUbllAND AND WIFK, NlUELY FUlt
nished rooms and board in a pleasant
(irlvate lamllt. Permanent boarders. Apiily
at ouce to K. J. C, this ofllco.
Y K COMPETENT PKK80N, A POSITION
to do uouseworK. inquire at 4ou Aitior at.
A SITUATION BY A YOUNO 1,ADY TO
work for boan and go to acliool. Inquire
at tills olllce.
A IX ON P. BAKHlt, 47S THIKl) 8TKKKT
and uave your clonics uyeu aua cleaned.
rHY.n. MnLEAN.COUNKK OLNKY ANIJ A
Jf tot streets, does a Kt.ner.il business in blituk-
guiltlmig ana repairing.
1-1(111 RKXT.--t.ATK KESIDUNi'E OK WM.
I? 1). Adair, 2U05 llvmloek St., Upper Astoria
Apply at wi7, Angiii Ave. t.w ui
ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts ol Flrnn aud Individuals .-ollcltet)
nil Favnrnhlfl Terma.
Foreign aud Domustlo Exchango bought an1
Money Loaned on Personal locurltv.
Interest paid on Time Deposits as follows:
For 8 months, 1 per cent per annum.
.1 6 n
i. j2 i g " a
A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Having been established In connection with
the above, deiwHU will be received iu amojlits
ol one dollar ana unwara.
Interest will be allowed as follows : On ordi
nary saving books, 4 per cent per annum ; on
let in huvuik uooa-'f per cent per auuuiu.
D. K. Warrea, President.
t & ti i ri..l.l..
J.C. Demeat, Vlco President
I. K. Warns,
J. t. Dement.
Washington Meat Market
Corner Second and Main Streets,
w Wholesale and Retail
BUTCHERS - AND - PACKERS
Steamboats, ships and mills supplied
on short notiec. Families supplied
promptly at the lowest rates.
CHRISTENSEN & CO., Proprietor!,
FEEEHAII & EP.ET1NER
BPf-Ial attention paid to steamlMtat r-
Logging Camp Work a Specialty
VP Olney street, between Third and
fourth, AaUma, Or.
Wo have a
SCHOOL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES
To bo sold at the American Book Com
pany's price list.
A big reduction from last year's prices.
GRIFFIN & REED.
FOR Mi S30 LOT!
By becoming a member of Hill's Lot Clubs you can get
a first class lot in Hill's First Addition to Astoria. Lois
will be delivered weekly. Now is the time to pro
cure a lot to, build a home, for
CALIFORNIA1 WJWE HOUSE,
FINE WINES 1 AND LIQUORS
I linvo niiulo nrrangmueDls for supplying any brand of
- wines in (inutilities to suit nt lowest onali figures. The
Initio mid fiiiiiilitM supplied!. All orders dolivoivil free
V. " ' ' '
Leaves for Tillamook Hay Points
of the Union Pacific steamers
rhe steamer R. P. Elmore connctw with
- and through tickets are Issued from Portland to Tillamook Hay points by
the Union Pacific Co. Ship freight from Portlaml by Union Pacific
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO., Agents, Astoria!
UNIOA PACIFIC 11. R. COM I AN Y. Ak
Dalgity's Iron Works,
JAS. iALITV, I'rop'r.
(Successor to AintU & Ferehon.)
Holler RpiiRlrlna-il rannorv Wotk. Eensir-
itiL'ot River Craft a Htieolally. Mnehliio Work
of all kinds done. .Shop, tout of Lufityetto Ht,
T. 33. WTATT '
Hardware ami 2?!p Ctoflsrj,
Pure Oil, Bright Vwa'.sit, P.limcl( Cot
tou Canvas, Hemp -lull 1 whih. IahI il.
Wrought Iron tfiiiku-. '.MivanlI. d Cut Nun
Agrtcultut :tl Imfl'Miic-.', ir V't
liiat huiH", t'iim u Oilo.
Chas. Heilborn & tSon,
Importers and Dealers In
691, MK, 5fli Third HI reel, Antorln.
Is the Best of Its Class
On the Pacific Coast.
AN UNEXCELLED TABLE
Rates, f2 dally and upward.
E. R. HAWES,
IMDWM and TISWARE tm SE0E3
Stovei a Specialty.
The l.awiMt Ktoek, llt-st Qur.lil and
UnipsandrwamKndie,, rawest Trices at the Blgn of
.,...,,. The Ooldeu Shoo.
Keeond Street, Antorls, Or.
The Clatsop Market, "YhEMODEL
720 Third street, opposite Buct office.
Fish, Oysters, roullry ami Produce. Chop Jtlld Oyster House
Kreedeiiveryany partol JOS. TERP, Proprietor.
ATCHISON ii SENEY. PrODS. The bcstmpallu Iherlly forth money
niUMIdUll wkiiwif ivpw. Kanteni nvtem. Next door to Odd bVl-
lows' building, 4ft) Third Hf., Astoria.
STURGEON - HOOKS . L w. CASE
U to It inch point, in IHSURAIIGE AGE1IT,
all styles. represkntino
German-American, Set York Cilr, It. f.
8-inch Sturgeon Hook Nai;CM m tl jBt c. ,f ht&tl
FiW, ?1 "0 i-r !oz. f,,,--!H Fir: hi. u, t;
Hm latwl hi. Cj.,of Ssi Francis:.
Pbxaii, of Ltd it. h'sdal, of buLi,
A. G. SPEXAUTII, Cass St u rut. ht c
full supply of-
A. W. UTZINGER,
Main Street, AKloriii, Orv.
the day following tho arrival
from San Francisco.
Union Pncifln Htcamora for Portland
- h Portlaml.
O. P. UPSHUR,
SHIPPING and C EMISSION
Aatorla, . Oregon.
Bon Ton Ton Restaurant iu the Towu
(And the Fluent oi the Coast. i
Dinner Parlies, Banquets a Spi ciat
Th finest Wlnen aad Liquors.
teis' Furnisli.sg Goods
Clothing in Endless Variety
S, Dauzigcrt. Third Street
HUNTEH & MERGENS,
(Proprietors of the
Portland Butchering Cos Markets
Corner Hwnnd and Itrnton streets
(Joiner Third and WohI highlit streets.
NOE & SCULLY,
- Dealers In
ilmuM Iron & Copper Ware
Sulit aucnls for Mueo Stoves and
JoliMnx of all klutW promptly at
Ifinit'd.to. 4.11 Beemul street, Astoria.