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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1893.
ABOUT THE CUT.
The new janitor at the custom house
has a gold-edged cap.
The plant and business of the Pacific
Journal at Ilwaco are for sale. -
Mr. Charles Brown began duty as
first deputy In the custom house yes
At the Methodist church on Sunday
morning there was an Incident that has
seldom been equalled In any church In
the state. For several months there
has been a floating debt of $200 against
the church, and Dr. Bushong declared
that It should be cleared off. So twen
ty minutes was devoted to the task,
and the minister succeeded In raising
the whole amount In that time.
Elegant bath tubs, first class shav
ing and neat and artlstlo hair cutting
at tne Astoria Baths. Gillet & Corbett,
Jthe,2S?H. . K Chinamen, has been steadily rak-
ters by the quart; received dally and ,nS In the few shekels of silver that
always fresh. . the announcement gave It.
Thera In Tin nlnro In Anrnrta' nhon
Collections yesterday were reported John Kopp's famous beer is kept In IIere are a few noble sentiments from
fair, but not quite so good as those of such good condition as at Utzlnger's the-'Kvenlng Budget during the past
' Remember McGulre's Hotel at Sea
side is open tne year around.
All groceries sold at bottom prices
for cash at Howell & Ward's.
Tor fine wines and liquors call at
August uanieison'g sample Rooms.
Only the purest wines and liquors
are sold at Alex. Campbell's Gem.
Very Rough on
the Chinese Tailor
. For several month the Evening Bud
get has been running an advertisement
of "WAH SINO & CO., MERCHANT
TAILORS," In its columns, and not
withstanding its heroic stand against
MIsb Alma Hellborn will accompany
Miss Park on the. piano in her enter
tainment at the Methodist church on
Theo. Braoker keeps a varied and
choice assortment of cigars, tobaccos,
playing card3, cutlery, stationery, pipes.
amber goods, etc.
Mr. J. G. Ross, of the Astor House,
finding It impossible to stand against
a heavy decrease in his business, has
given up the hotel.
(Sept. 20.) '
"What do you propose to do if. the
Chinese refuse to leave town?" said a
gentleman to a Budget reporter today.
It is a matter of small iiniortance
whethtr they leave town or not. as
long as they do not do the work thatl
wnue people are entitled to. If they
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.
The Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran
church was crowded to overflowing at
Us Sunday morning service. The Young
Ladles' Guild presented the new organ are not employed they will soon take
to the congregation, and it was dedt- M.ho,r departure. It Is the intention of
mtaa h Rici, Tiotf e nv, l"e "--nine innaimnnts or tills
clty and couuty to ee tnnt thpy dQ no,
pitruuuui ui me r-u-uiui; .LMwinei ui inoigei employment.
N. E. L. Synod. Then the organ was (Sept 27 )
openea wun turner s war nymn "A We propose to kecp up the chnpse
Mighty Fortress is Our' God," and the agitation until every Job filled by a
blshon nreaeh.d a most elnmipnt nor- Chinaman In Astoria Is filled bv a
mnn n 'Tj., nnH &,n,n a white man. and if it is distasteful to
' ' ' ....... n " nnir fF nut. ciihalhAHn V. . . m j .
....... ... ....i Duuin-uiiuia, Ulity JUWI
There will be a meeting of the Board
or ueiogates of the Astoria Fire De.
partment, at the Hall of Rescue En
gine company No. 2, on Wednesday
eenlng, October 4th, at 7.30 p. m. FlneB
win ue Binciiy enrorced.
By order C. J. CURTIS, Pres.
C. H. STOCKTON, Sec'y.
C. R. F. P. U. NOTICE.
Regular monthly meeting of the Col-1
umuia Kivor . Fishermen's Protective
union will be held at their reading
rooms, Tuesday, October 3d. 1893, at
.v p. m., sharp. Members In good
standing are requested to be present
and to have their receipt book or re
ceipt along. SOFUS JENSEN.
Notice Is hereby given that the An
nual meeting of the stockholders of the
Fishermen's Packing Company will be
neia at tne onice or the company
Alderbrook, Astoria, Or., on Monday,
October 30th. 1893. at 9 o'clock a. m..
for the purpose of electing a board of
Directors for the ensuing, year, and
transacting such other business as may
ci mo iieroie tne meeting.
By order of the president.
O. A. NELSON, Secretary
Astoria, Or., Sept. 29th, 1893.
We have a full supply of
SCHOOL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES
To be sold at the American Book Com
pany's price list.
A big reduction from last year's prices.
GRIFFIN & REED.
, at I I ST-
FOR AU S80 LOT!
I3y becoming a member of Hill's Lot Clubs you can get
a first clas lot in Hill's First Addition t Astorhi. Lois
will bo deliwrec! weekly. Now is the time lo pro-
euro a lot to build a home, for
For Sale Three good lots at Smith's
Pclnt. A bargain. Address A. B., this
Owners of horses can purchase Camp
bell's Hoof Remedy, and all the Col
umbia Veterinary Remedies at Fred.
Salz' Saddlery establishment.
An adjuster for the Insurance com
panies "interested in the Clatsop Mill,
was in the city yesterday gathering
together details of the loss. .
On account of the absence from the
city of the route agent, J. A. Rannels,
no collections for city subscriptions to
the Dally Astorian will be made until
his return on or near October 15th.
A. Lleherman left his position with
the Vancouver Transportation Co. yes
terday, and Mr. Harry Ridgway will
take charge of the agency in connec
tion with the I. R. & N. Co.'s work,
which he retains.
Now is the time to commence arrest
ing Chinamen. A committee is now he-
ing formed to look after the pig-tails
finil tlliMA Will ho lllllal. In nhlnnt.nm
The finest and most extensive line of i,efnr nnnv hmirc m w ,m.
hi... 1 -.Lit. . I . l.l ..7.
U1UG U.UIA WIUIO CI10.111C1CU W UI C f 'ft 1 nfTmCTI Qtlinil wllh 4ha fli I v. 1
Avar rltanlnvoil In Aatnrtn hna Vtoon I .1 ..1 1 . 1 '
... , mey siiuuiu go IOO.
received at Foard & Stokes.'
.... (Sent. 28.)
Ac tne Monogram you can nnu rra- whn a n,u,,V,n ., i .1
SJS hJ0' that it has lo drum up Chinamen for
uo j " W,UI" its correspondents it is about time to
and favorite brands of cigars. commense deporting such outfits, bones
Thor Frederlckson, piano tuner, has ana oaggage.
moved to 1053 Third street, Adair's As- (0ct ,nd )
torla. near "Rncrlft rannerv. Leava nr- ' ''
It in an insult to our intelllcent la-
borers to say that white men could not
Sportsman intending to purchase fill the places of dirty Chinamen. One
their winters supply or ammunition white man will do as much work-as
should communicate with Foard & two of the sore-flneered leners. ' Two
Five dollars less over the Union Pa
cific to Missouri river and Intermedi
ate points, effective Sunday, August
zutn. nates to nil Eastern points corre
spondingly reduced. For full Informa
tion, call at Ticket onice, Union Ta-
O. W. LOUNSBERRT, Agent.
The undersigned having bean aDnoint.
eu oy the circuit court receiver for I.
W. Case, banker, herebv elves notlpM In
all persons owing said bank, either by
uuie or overurait, tnat payment of
same must be made without further
cieiay. The office of the receiver, at
Case's bank, is open, daily, from 10
to li o'clock a. m.. and from 2 tr 4
o'clock p. m., and all debtors are ad
vised to call and settle at once.
GEO. If. GEORGE,,
CALIFORNIA WINE HOUSE,
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS
I linve mmlo nrrnnireinonls for supplying nny hninil of
wim-H in qimiil'iliOM to suit ill lowent oiish finun-s. 'IV
irmlti ami fiiniilion supplied. All orders delivrroil frw?
A. W. UTZINGER,
' Main Street, Aslorin, Oreirnn.
STEAMER R. P. ELMORE
Stokes before purchasing elsewhere.
A great reduction sale Is In progress
at P. A. Stokes' gents' outfitting
Lovers' of a good cigar can always
find mild, fresh Belmonts at Chas. Ol-sen's
Sewing machine and general repair
ing, locK-titting, etc,
A mass meeting was held at Liberty
Hall last night. The hall was crowded
to the doors with an Interested audi
ence. Mr. J. H. D. Gray, who was
unanimously elected chairman, an
nounced that the object of the pro- QUIRE, ETC,
thousand men could be found who
would be glad for an opportunity to
work even at a Chinaman's wages.
These Bweet aphorisms, it will be gen
erally acknowledged, inspire one with
respect for the author no less a per
sonage than OSCAR W. DUNBAR, ES-
But some wretched man,
TO RESIST THE ATTACK
01 the goring of Con-
Grip, Malaria, and
many other diseases I
moans fight or
die lor all of us.
1 aeso gormi ar
everywliero In the
All TPA hvaathA I
M&0nonZurtt for Tillamook llaJ' 1,oints th rtay following the arrival
01 1110 union racinc steamers irom san Francisco.
What is nocdod most la art
gorm-ilghting strength. To do this success-
u...s lu ,.Cw.c Ior pouucai motives, or from fiendish fully you need to put on healthy flesh rouse
the enforcement of the Geary Law and spite, or still worse, from an awful de- too livor to vigorous action, so ft will Wow
Hill's First addition is located in the
centre of the city. Lots are now selling
In it for $2.
Water colors, crayons, and sepias
crayons, copying and enlarging, a spe
clalty at Crow's gallery, Third street.
Wagner & Co. have a new line of
souvenir spoons. Watch, clock and Jew
elry repairing a specialty. Opposite the
Ng Lung was fined $100 by Judge Mc
Brlde yesterday for his murderous as
sault on Chu Shet several months ago.
Chu Shet, who was bound over as state
witness, has a broken head, the memory
of five months in jail, and no satis
faction. This is a cruel world.
C. A .May, 132 Slve employment to idle laoormg mn. slre t0 inJure a pure anJ spotiess Illy
As soon as the. people present Baw tnat 0f tne journalistic field, has dug upan
the affair had passed out of the hands affidavit. Now, an affidavit, especially
of its incendiary promoters, they join- when BWorn to in the presence of a
ed heartily in with the sentiments ex- dozen witnesses, is a tough thing to
pressed. There were several speakers, get around. Here is the document:
and, at the conclusion of their remarks state of Oregon, County of Clatsop:
the following commute or nve on or- i chan Yam, head of the firm of
ganizatlon with full power to organize Wan king & Co., being first duly sworn,
nn.l riilMrA Inn,.., a moo onnnlnlarl- do depose and say: . '
cu. 6uC. .... Tna(. j am a Chinese ta,lop iQing bus.
v-uyium j. 11. u. u.a, noji. uui lnesa ln Astoria, where I have resided
Crandall, A. V. Allen, Herman Wise, for ten years. That I am well acquaint
and a canneryman to be selected. The ed with Oscar W. Dunbar, proprietor
1 .1 1 . ..11 h ..-j i of tne Evening Budget. That on sev-
resolutions passed will be found in an- erft occaslon8ehe brought clothes
other part of this paper. to me to be cleaned. That, about three
" . weeks ago, at his request, I took his
J. W. Thompson, organist at the M. waist measurement and let out a pair
a. uiiuruu, given leauuns in iimuu, pi- 0f pants to the required width, for
ano ana organ, organs tuneu ana re- which Job I got seventy-five cents. That
off those germs, and purify the blood so that
thoro will lie no " weak spot," nor soil for
We claim for Dr. Piorce'g Dolden Medical
Discovery, that it does all this ln a way pecu
liar to itfiolf. It is the development of gen
erations 01 medical thought it has stood the
wsi 01 n quarter 01 a century of cure.
That is whv the malmm ran rniirnMi.. it.
In evorv trouble caused hv fairnlrt 1V
-1.1-.. 1 1 . r
juipuia iiiuou, 11 mo uiscorory " fails to
ucuuuu ui tuio, juur money is reiunded.
"Prcttv strolls reasnnR for trrinor rw. B1.
Catnrrii Ilomcdv. 8,000 If von enn' hi nmiH
riieHteanierE. P. Elmore conurtM with Union Patiifln flteamors for Portland
ana tnroiign tickets are issued lroni Portland to Tillamook Ky points liv
the Union Pacific Co. Ship freiirht from Portland by Union Puclltc
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO., Agent3, Astoria!
U.NIO.N PACIFIC B. Ii. COMPANY. Agrnf Portland.
Owing to a break In the power and
electric lights on two or three occar
sions last week, the Astorian missed
the morning malls. This is not likely
to cccur again. Any of the Astorian's
subscribers who do not receive their
papers regularly and promptly should
notify this office without delay.
There is no risk taken by joining
Hill's lot clubs. Everybody gets the
full value of their money.
Get your hemlock wood for $3.25 per
- cord delivered, at the Astoria Wood
Yard. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Del. Ferguson, general Job printer,
Astorian - building, upstairs. First
class work at reasonable rates.
Rare bargains in jewelry are being
offered daily by H. Ekstrom. Any ar
ticle In the store can be had at cost
Those desirous of furnishing houses,
can find as good bargains at G. V.
Porter's as at any other store ln the
Northwest. Give him a trial and prove
paired. Address 589 Astor St., Astoria.
All the patent meCtKines advertised ln
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 ln manu
facturing boots and shoes. All work is
first class and warranted. Repairing a
specialty. Corner Second and Olney
for several months I have advertised I
I at the rate of $1.50 per month for slxl
inches of space ln said Dunbar s paper.
Subscribed and sworn to before me I
this 2d day of October, 1893.
The following resolutions were pass
ed unanimously at the meeting held
in Liberty Hall last night:
Whereas, the Chinese already in this
country and still coming do not become moneys paid by these persons on judg'
citizens, but displace worthy American mants obtained against them by the
Representative Hermann has pre
sented his second installment of bills
to the house as follows: For the pay
ment to Pllnn Cooper, Dr. S. Hamilton,
and personal representatives of James
Cox, deceased, of Douglass county, of
FOR A DOSE
IS YOUR STOMACH SOUR,
Breath bad or Head nohinir P Ono of the"- PillDit.-
liovoa diiircsB in tho stomach and oure i.eadacnr.
one oaoh night for a week aweetena the sto.nach ard
purines the breath . They Insure poii'ect ulatbi ion,
regulate tho bowels and oure constipation. They
act promptly, yet mildly, never gripe or smkeu. 60
Druggist or mail. Soaanko Med, Co., PL 0.,
For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggiot.
Dalgity's Iron Works,
JAS. DALUITY, i'rop'r.
(SnccoHor to Arnclt & Ferchon.)
DollcrRuDiililnirii il I'nnnurv Wotk. Ronalr.
IliK of River Cmft u Hwwiallv. Mnchliio U'nrk
01 all KliulH Omit). Niuip, foot o Lafayette HI.
BY V COMPETENT PERBON. A POSITION
to do housework. Inquire at 460 Astor at.
Whereas, The law known as the
"Geary Chinese Exclusion Act" now on
the statute books and declared consti
tutional by the supreme court has been
openly and flagrantly violated by these
aliens, under instructions from the Six
Whereas, The tlmi has arrived when
United States for using lumber manu
tured. from timber taken by a home
stead claimant from his claim and saw
ed into lumber. The homesteader sub
sequently acquired title to the same
land; granting right, of way to the Al
bany and Astoria Railroad Company
over the Grand Ronde Indian rescrva
tion; for the survey of the granted and
A SITUATION BV A YOUNO LADY TO
work for boar.i md go to school. Inquire
ut this f'lllce.
C ALL ON P. RAK Kit, 478 TH1UI) 8TKKKT
and have your clothes dyed and cleaned.
' fY.o. Mclean, coknkk olney and ak-
VJ lor streets, does A Ki'iinr.tl business 111 ulack-
snlltlilng and repairing.
It might be well for the proprietor of
the Evening Budget, before he drives
all the Chinese out of the city, to re
cover from his Celestial ttillor the cor
rect measurement of his waist. He will
thus be ensured against the inconven
ience of having his figure circumnavi
gated once more with another tape
Frank Parker gave up his keys as
first deputy ln the custom house on
Saturday night, but was recalled by
Callector Page yesterday in order to
allow the new men to get an Insight
Into the business. He will probably
stay ln his old position for some time,
till his successor can take control of
Call at the Astoria Real Estate Ex
change and get a lot In Hill's First
addition for J2.
Lots rOjclOO, all cleared, in block CS,
Adair's, for sale by W. B. Adair at
from $303 to $450 per lot.
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. II. Cr A.
Wing Lee has just received a full
line of Japanese curiosities and fancy I
goods. W 111 sell at cost 529 Third street.
Tho finest hemlock wood ever sold ln
Astoria can be had from C. W. Ever-I
est. Alderbrook. Only $3.25. per cord
Dry hemlock wood delivered at $3.25
per cord by C. W. Kverest, Alderbrook.
Leave orders with Ben Coe, care of this
office. Terms cash.
Every girl thfct -nys hr school
books at the New York Novelty Store I
will be presented with a manicure
set. F.verv boy that gets his school
b'.Kks nt 't!! I-"" York Kov-Hy fct"re j
will get a nice memorandum book with
JEFF'S, .Tie Only Restaurant1
the interests of white laborers demand public lands lying within the limits of
that this countrr be no longer made an tne Willamette valley and Cascade Mil
asylum for European paupers or a land- itary Wagon Road Company; to confirm
ing-ptaca for contract paifper labor, an agreement with the Siletz Indians
white or yellow; and with a view to open to settlement the
Where The, Chinese were brought excCss lands; for the payment to Chaun
here under contract and contrary to cey jj, Lockwood for compensation for
law and are here, now ln violation of carrying United, States mails between
our laws and the best interests of our ogden. Utah, and The Dalles city, In
laws, and the best Interests of our la- Oregon: for the election of senators by
boring people demand their speedy de- tj,o people.
oortatlon, therefore, be it If you have friends in Europe whose
Resolved, That we, citizens of Astoria passage you wish to prepay to Astoria,
or,fl fl-itsnn pnnntv Oiwon demand ca" at tne Northern Pacific offlce.Bteamer
and Clatsop county, uregon, aemanu Tt.lepnone dock and make known your
that the said "Geary Act" be Imme- wantB. Reduced rates via all the lead-
diately enforced and the Chinese of in steamship lines.
,,. ,,..,! tv.Q ,-i . Patronize the Northern Pacific railroad
this county deported-bones and all- lf you are going East. Low rates of fare,
and we hereby tender our personal as- through tickets, baggage checked to desti
nation. Ail purcnasers or. secona ciass
tickets can stop over at Portland. Rates
of fare same aa from Portland.
IjlOK RKKT.--I.ATK HK"II)KNi'H OK WM.
1 11. Ailulr, 2U0.) llemlocl
Apply at S?17, Angus Avo.
k Hi., tipper Astoria
slstance, if necessary, to aid ln enforc
ing the law. We further declare that
we believe neglect on the part of the
Executive Department to enforce the
"Geary Act" may result ln the forcible
expulsion of the Chinese from this
Resolved, That copies of these resolu
tions be sent to members of congress
and executive officials, and that the;
The most handsome and highest
grade Wall Paper ever seen ln the city.
I will furnish paper gratis to anyone
finding this statement not true. Call
an 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
'i m a nHA .1 ttia TTnlnn a n ! fl n nfllpA
resolutions be printed ln the papers i thia Mtv anri twohw uava vnnr in-
published ln this county. ' cal fare to Portland.
The only Pure Crtaia.tfT irtar P .!u. .' A-r.rjo::ia; No f.Un.i.
'Jsedin Millions "cf Hornet 40. Vcnrs theSMTu!a.d
ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts ol Firms and Indlvldaalt.-ollcdted
on Favorable Teima.
ForeiKn audDomestle Exchange bought an1
Money Loaned on Personal security.
Interest paid on Time Deposit as follows:
For 3 nion'lH, 1 per cent per anmiin. '
.6.. a ..
i. jo . g u !
A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Having been establMiPd In connection with
the aliove, depo'its will lie received In ainoiiits
of one dollar and upward.
interest wili Im allowed as follows : On ordi
nary saving liooki, 4 xr cent er annum ; on
term savings books, 6 per cent per anuuiii.
D. K. Warm, President
t. E. HiKKias, Cashier.
J.C. Demcat, Vive President,
0. K. Wsn-ei,
J. C. Dement.
C. H. Wright,
Washington Meat Market.
Corner Seeond and Main Streets,
. - Wholesale and Retail
BUTCHERS t AND - PACKERS
Steamboats, ships and mills supplied
on short notice. Families supplied
promptly at the lowest rates.
CHR1STENSEN & CO., Proprietors.
FREEMAN & BEEMNEE,
Special attention paid to steamboat re
pairiDg, nrat-ela horseshoeing, etc.
Logging Camp Work Specialty.
Hardware and Ship Cfianslerj,
Pure Oil, Bright Viimlsli, Mumele n Cot
ton Chiivhh, Hem,, t.iil Twmim. Ijtni mi,
Wrought linn Hiiike i,vviiii. ! Cut Mai -
Agrlciiltucil IiiiMpihi.'i', i-W t.
matliiiies, I'aiiha i n -jlls.
! C. P. UPSHUB,
SIIIPPiNGaiKi 0. 3IMISSJ0;,'
Astoria, - Oregon.
Bon Ton Ton Rostanrant in the Town
(And the Finest on the Coast! .
Dinner Parties, Banquets a Spnai
'Th Finest Wlaaa asit Mqaors.
Gents"- Far.iisli.ns- Goods
Clias. Heilboril. & ISoh.- Clothing In Endless Variety
S. Danzigcr's, Third Street
Importers and Dculors In
691, WW, m Third Htreot, Aslorln.
Is the Best of Its Class
On the Pacific Coast.
AN UNEXCELLED TABLE
Kales, $2 dally mid upwards.
E. R. HAWES,
IIIRDWIRE and TIN WARE
Store a Specialty.
, Lamps and Olnsswara lu Endless
Second Street, Astoria, Or.
The Clatsop Market,
720 Third street, opposite Bnget olllco.
Fisli, Oysters, Poultry and ProdDce.
Free delivery to any pat tot
ATCHISON & SENEY, Props.
STUBGEON - HOOKS
to inch points in
8-hieh Sturgeon Hook
Files, $1.30 per doz.
A. G.'SPEXARTH,Cass St
HUNTER & MERGENS,
ll'mptletors of Ilia
Portland Butchering Co.'s Markets
Corner Beeond and Kenton strrels
tkinier Third and West KIkIiIIi streets.
Stoves, M Iron & Copper fare
Bul auenis or Mhgeo Btovei and
JobhliiK ot nil kinds promptly at
431 Second street, Astoria.
B00T8 AITD SHOES
The Largest Stock, Best CJunluj and
Lowest Prices at the Blgo ot
The Golden Shoe.
hahn t3 oo.
Chop and Oyster House
JOS. TERP, Proptietor.
The best meal ln thacltv for the money
Kastern oysters. Next uoor to Odd k'ei
lows' building, 4G3 Third Bt., Asloria.
I. W. CASE,
Germai-Ancricu, New York City. H. T.
I'aioi fire tad Iirian, ef Ket IijIuJ.
Itttioial fin ui Iaria las. C., Hartford.
Conifcticit Fire Ina. Ct., tf Birlfurl
Home lulml Iut. Ct, of JSaa FraDcisca.
fhnii, if lotlst, lepfil, ( a, ,
jlew York f!al Class las. Co. ,
Fourth, Astoria, Or.