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TIIS DAILY AST0H1AN. SIXDAY MOttXIXG, SEPTEMREU , lBOft.
We Carry a
Fine Line of
Complete Stock of Summer
Footwear, Bathing Shoes, Etc
John Hahn & Co
79 Commercial St.
1 N. Corsets
arc tine fitters.
Maximum tomiorntutv, su degree.
Minimum temperature, 5 degrees
Total precipitation trom September
1st, 1S, to date, .02 Inch.
Deficiency of precipitation from Sep
tember 1st. tss. to ate, . inch.
Forecast For Washington and Ore
gon, fair weather, warmer east if the
TO KEAlKK!t.-Th -Iaily A.torlao
eoatalM twle a much reading mailer aa
any olhr pa iter puMUhed la Aatorls.
la tha odI j paper that preaeoU it reader
with a daily telegraphic report.
TO ADVEKTISKK3. -Tha "Daily Aa-
toriaa" haa mar than twice aa many read
ra aa any other paper pahllahed In Auto
ria. It la therefore more than twice a
valuable aa aa advertising medium.
God bless our going out. nor less
Our coming In, and make them sure.
God bless our daily bread, and bless
Whate'er we do whate'er endure;
In death unto His peace awake us.
And heirs of His salvation make us.
Fine livery turnouts at F. S. Da
Frank Gerdes has returned from his
Apples are selling for one cent apiece
Dr. W. L Howard, Homceopathist. 5S6
Mr. Chas. Phillips, of Ilwaco, was vis
iting in the city yesterday.
If Snodgrass doesn't make
photos you don't get the best.
Fay Gerald left for San Francisco
yesterday morning on the State.
Gunther's famous Chicago candles In
sealed packages at C. B. Smith's.
Gravenstein and King apples and
Eartlett pears Monday at the Web-foot.
Dick Carruthers. Mr. McDonald's new
manager, did a land office business yesterday.
The Rev. Mr. Walter is preparing to
build a handsome business block in Al
derbrook. Tomorrow being Labor Day, a legal
holiday, all banks and public buildings
will be closed.
Bailey's Complexion lirushes remove
freckles, tan and blackheads. Sold by
Charles Rogers, druggist.
Carbons are the only permanent
photos as well as the must artistic,
and Snodgrass knows how to make
The funeral of the late Joseph Kiippa
will take place at 1 o'clock today from
the Finnish Church, on Eighteenth
Congregational' Church Com in union
and reception of members at 11 a. in.
Other services as usual. All are cor
Ice cream by the bushel at C. B.
Smith's. Ice cream soda a specialty.
Private parlors for ladies. 483 Com
The fall flKliing season will open
Tuesday morning. It is understood
that nearly every cannery on the river
will pac k fall dsn.
Donald Macleod, Captain C. M. Noyes.
and M. (. Hall, of Portland. were
guests of the (x-eid.-nt yesterday while
on their way to the I, each.
Family commutation tickets to Clat
sop beach over the Seashore railroad
can be had on application to the- aud
itor, Room 4, Flavel Illock.
for Instruction In Hint Inngukgr. Those
who w ish to join the class nri Invited
to meet Miss (5 Illicit on any fVay this
week, at her residence, I'.'S Third street.
Dr. Fulton reports that the sailor
who fell through the hatchway of the
Ulvoisdale Thursday. Is still alive, but
suffering considerably. He has not yet
Slough; Charles KckUltid. Chinook; Oils,
IVtv, Knnppa; M. Campbell, Deep Klv.
cr; J. Paw son mul wife, Y cat port.
Professor Retry Is milking a number
of Important change In the Olympian
skating rink, and will be ready for the
grand opening Saturday night. A box
Hire, skate room and workshop, and
ladles' and gentlemen's dressing rooms
ha- been constructed. well as a
The aftern.xm tea to be given nt the baml ejtand on the main tloor. The lloor
residence of Mrs. Mitchell on 14th tls,.f being put in tlrst class oondl.
street, between Exchange and Flunk- h,,,,, awl the rink will become one of
iln avenue, will be one of the social Astoria's favorite pleasure resorts, Last
events of the fall season.
The Chamber of Commerce will hold
Its regular weekly meeting tomorrow
night. The members laid that It is
much easier to remember the meeting
night when there Is one every week.
For butter, eggs, fresh fruits, teas.
coffee-, and spices, go to the Corner
Grocery and Commission House. 10th
and Dunne street, stnvessor to Astoria
Creamery. Pay cash and buy cheap
evening bcrotv a few Invited guests
Profesor Hertyy, In ordinary dress, gave
nn exhibition of fancy skating. To say
that the professor Is master of the art
does not do him Justice. At the opening
Saturday night tluV hall will be hand
somely decorated, mid musicians will
entertain the audience during t lie even
Mis. Pauline Collx rt and Miss Nellie
Phillips, of Ilwaco. left last night on
the steamer Harvest ijiuvn for Ellens
burg. Washington, via Kahuna, where
they will attend the Washington state
A solid carload of groceries and other
supplies was )cstcrday shipped by lb ss
lliggins & to. to F. K. Warner. Sea
side. This is believed to In- the second
carl.xtd of fivigl.t shipped to one con
signee across the new bridge.
l.leut. Commander Mcrrell. l S. X.,
lighthouse inspector of this district.
A number of rancher who visited the
ity yesterday, weiv heard to discuss
the ipiestlon of comity roads. vOm re
marked that he had been waVtiug a
long time for the completion W I ho
road to Seaside, and wondered a hat
had become of the Young's Hay fel l ) to
conmvt with the new I.evls and ChirVe
road, which would give direct and easy
ai-cvss to all of the Clatsop beaches. He
When this read is Itnlshcd It will
make a great difference In the business
of Astoria. The repairs nK t,.ng made
to the Nehalem and OIncy road are also
of great benefit to us. Judge tlray
deserves the utmost credit for the work
THE SIIKKPSIIEAD Fl'Tl lHTY.
In a DrUiling Rain a Omit tiitcc Is
left last evening for Portland. It Is has done. We will now ha
understood the captain will proceed to passable rud and a little more of such
Wardnor. Idaho, where his w odding good work on the same lines w III make
will take place in a few davs. the roads of Clatsop county something
to be proud of. It has been n.vessary
C. B. Smith, the confectioner, carries formerly to leave our teams at Olney
the only complete stock of French and make a long wait for a boat, transfer
American candies in the city. Prices our goods, and then take almost as long
from 10c to 13.00 per ound. All mall to reach the city as if we had driven
orders receive prompt attention. Fresh through by team. It is not so much the
candies manufactured every day. 483 expense we consider ivs it is the trouble
Commercial street. ami labor of loading and reloading and
the loss of time waiting for steamer
J, N.ppo was yesterday in great !- Lvnnectlon. If the roads were In Pro.
mand amongst me laiiy customers at .., ,.. .... ....i.i ,i.
Foard & Stokes. It was said that while
he waited upon all alike, on several oc-
New York. Sept. r. The line card
which had been provided for this last
day of racing al Sliccpslicad May drew
a hug attendance. The event of the
day was the gnit eastern handicap for
2 year-olds over the futurity course. In
which all the best of the oungslera,
with the exception of Winged Foot,
wore contestants and at high weights
In the llrst itiarter Sunny Slope shot j
Into the lead, with V oter. T phoon and
llannock following, while Ornament
was slowly dropping back In spite of
the urging of Sluinis, and 'Para I had
brought Ogdon up to the sixth place.
As they swung into the straight for the
last milliter the bos were all at work.
Yoter had now assumed the bad. pass
ing Sunny Slope, who had had enough
of it. while Hi,' western, r. T phoon. had
taken the s.voud place and T.uul had
brought Ogdell up Into the follltll place
I town to the llflli furlong they thun
dered In a dilution; ram. T phoon bvitd
ing. with Martin Matching voter, who
was second, and ruling with one hand
as If he were sure of the lace lint
lie had not count,,! upon Ogd.il. who
was coining along the rail, under 'Pa-
nil's tierce urging, like a wlmlvvlnd.
and before Martin knew It the lace was
over Willi Ogden the winner Voter
Vol third place Tunc. I in.
WISE'S CUSTOMERS SEE
f Till! .
WHAT THEY ARE BUYING
a tn;i: v i" li I V
Mr I'.ivan w Net Vpprov,
dlau.ipolis ii, kot.
of lite III.
Milwaukee. Sept .'. Ill his speech
today l'i v an said ;
"Wa,.itv vvillllig to llglit the liepubll-
can itiiy upon its platform and we
aie wilkng to llglit anvhod) who op-j
poses our position and will collie out
and so state, and vv . will give to our:
opponents who advo.ate what lliey l-c-lieve
all credit foi lion, stv and sincer
ity of purpose. Vint mv friends, w h, n a
party, as did the parte at Indianapolis. ,
puts up one man for the purpose of
olo t in ; au.-ther. vte d.-nv that th, se j
men can be any move honest In their
deslr-' f.-e li -iie-o mney than they were
TO 100 CUSTOMERS
The lit. Ion t tit'ini-t it tut 1 1 1 u
Hi'w i. It I. nil. -.I .ii Si-i-. lul Sunt, will
"ith nt' nu n ImntllMO in utir hI"I 'v
t'lit I1, .11 hIiIIh luii i Mdt'l tl fll
I'M'. (I I. V , ..llo I Hot N Ul UIIKIV. I'Ut
1'iir tn in i iihIuiih'I n iiic i-ll;hl,
lli. i- hull' tih' wtll tilmiiinl, Oiv
H( Ui II, ;ttl't Mil' V .i, lt V till'
Ihiu: Id. in al M :.i
Mil In shl. -i vc iu u lhi Hint
.ML' huil.ll. . lllhliUIM IN llllH IIDIUlh Ull"
l.ti thi rvi- mi 1 1 -4. I: ini urn Ui uf an)
I lititu In ftir Ntoiv
FREE OP CHARGE
r shape we could make the till'
through by team from Nehalem to the in politKs in the past
city In one day. whereas It now takes at l-nllunapoils was In Id in the Inter-
caslons he was seen to become slightly fro thrw to flve da t() ulkt, ,,,,.! f ,,,.,,,. lllV,.,s if ,,. had
emharrassc-d, which is contrary to his I m, ,r,p ,no ,lmini,. 14IV , ul. lhl. .llruKl. , , ,cir .onvi.tio...
usual busings principles. L-v ..n hamt when w want them" I.-..., a.e'.l ti ,v e -is, ,1 t alor Mo
Kinley. for whom tie v expect to vote.''
.The Reliable Clothier and Hatter
A NOVEL, EXHIHITIO.N.
The band saw at the Clatsop Mill
yesterday afternoon broke in two
,ace. causing ,,..- ...ue u,m, ,Th Llbrary Asso,latlon Has a Treat
out doing little damage, rromtneuesi , istoria
information obtainable, it seems that a
stick of wood or sliver got between, the An entertainment out of the usual
carriage and the saw, and hefore the um. is promised the people of Astoria
machine could be stopped things were h,y the Library Association Tuesday
ripped to pleos. evening. Septemlvr 15. at Fisher's 1 M
M. E. Church Morning sutdect, Ihe
Eternal Gift." Evening. "Service and
Its Reward." All other services us
Arrangements have been made with
Pr. PeKunnet. the Russian traveler
and hvturer. to rive one of his il-
usual on the Sabbath and during the ,ustrattH, ,,vtur on ,Ussia. Illumlnat-
week, but three sabhaths more re- . . . . . BteriH,.,et.trll.ll, tal).
main of the conference year. The pas- lv.lux
tor hopes to see all the members of the
A special feature of the entertainment
.l....l. . n ,l,i. n.,. t , !.., U.l.l.alh I
,u..u ... ...... .... .j one entin.y apro,, (lf ,he ,.,..
mer . ivtrs. uiiu fiifiiua a cut ami iiina'
tion to strangers.
PKKI'AltiXii K'i; III'SINK.AS.
ent eventful situation, will be thirty
minutes of humorous politics under the
A LETTISH AND 1NSWKK.
The usual services will be held in the
Presbyterian church today. At the
morning services, 11 o'clock, the pas
tor's theme will be "The Preparation of Herman Wise,
the World for Christ." At the evening Clothier:
services, the time being changed rrum v ny don t you have a special sale on
to 7:30 o'clock, the theme will be bovs" suits, similar to the special men's
Behold the Man!" Sunday school at suit sale? School will commence soon
J. Christian Endeavor at 6:3'). A cur- and I need a suit. Yours truly
dial invitation is extended to all.
An ice cream sociable will be given on
Tuesday evening at the residence of
JOHNNY KN'OCKAHl l'T.
All right; I will do this for the little
Hev. J. J. Walter, corner of Kuane and t,y!,. a anrt ,,, 9ult8 , ,
th. A tine musical and literary pro
gram has been prepared. Several of
the young people of the church will
xn leave Astoria to attend school
Among them Misses Susie and Flora
Elmore, and Miss lluby Walter. The
irmer young ladies go to Washington,
I). C, while Miss Walter will attend
ortland l.'niversity, and this will prob
ably be their lo-st social in Astoria for
low Tiiic, and on long pants suits under
$ .1 .'JO, 73c; on long punts suits over I3.H0
1 will allow $1.00 off, during September.
HE It MAN WISE,
The Reliable Clothier.
In. II mapolls. Sept '.. V'ey lloltituit. 1
of Maine, has h.-cn .i,..-,l to the ev- - -
cutiv e committee of the National I 'em-, f
.-rat:.- party II In, , will h ave chaig. XOlUlTlD IE HtlTDOr
or (lie ntei i-y i n'--aii. ami i.. . ixrauii
of Missouri, will take charge of the
speakers' bureau. Senator I'affery. of
Louisiana, v. Ill d-iiwr the notification
sp.erh t- o-iieral Palmer at Louisville,
Septeii.l.. r 1-'. "n ill" same day. In
;hc j.i..ie city. John li. Fellows, uf
New York, will notif.v O.-neral liiickner
f his notniitalioti for the v ice-piesl-
ency. After the notlllcatloll of both
.ii.d: latt s, a short tour will probably
Mns on application.
be made by t1
.itclM.it. s through one
r two of the South'-rn stat.-s.
If von will l )k into tin- situation vou vv
is tin- crtniii of wi si sitlc ii'oifi'ty. Tln ct'iitt r of iinjirovp
iiu nts is lifi't', and ;h an invt-stmcnt for Imsiiipss or a lioiut.
tlu'i'p is notliin to fijiial it in tin' whole H'oo.sition, In
lots nit' al! lai'ov, full size, ;"( x 1 ' " . I'riii's rauitf from ." 1 .r0
to -'.(! fiii-li.
vmir fliaii'"' and
lid on iut.il
l'ii' a lot in
liiu iits. TrrtiiH to suit. Savo
A NEW PHPAC'ITUE.
St. I'aul. Sept. .", . Archbishop Ireland
has I'sitcd a letter announcing that
liercat't -r al Catholic paps lnal sclnmls
no tuition would be charged, such
barge for tuition heme considered an
obstacle to the growth of the schools.
c. a. hansen
Of the Astoria & Columbia River R. R.
the n. c ri
Liver sept. :,-wt,.at spot, j VJUil... A RESORT
steady; ib-ni.i tii. piir. No. 2 rid spiiiig, FOR
:.s vi; No. i California. :.s :i. Corner QENTl.HMnN
Portland, Sept. 0 -Wheat Villi, y. .',1
i',:. Walla Walla, 4:i .VI.
' and nth Sis.
ALKX CAMPBHI.I.. Prop.
ItoAliU OF LOCALIZATION MLKT-I
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V. M. A. M.
NOTICE CHANCE OF FlliM.
Notice is hereby given that the Sea
side llukery has been sold to the llrm
f Hermann & Alopaeus. who will be
News nas just b.-.-n received trom II- funa ln possession after this date.
V.ato tnai Wle l.l Hlsn Snip l.ietllUl, I 'l-l,,, lindersilfnt'-d w-ill bp resttonMilil f,,r
huh arrived in last week, had a very a v utl!tan,lln,. linil aM u,
narrow escape irom being w re, kc.i. in t ,imits due said bakery up to Soptem
the dense fog which prevailed at the i, is'j, must be settled with him.
time, she sailed a little north of the
louth of the river, and the skipper,
eing the masts of the wrec ked I ib.-ii-
tnorag. on Long li-aoii. naturally
thought he vva sailing into the harbor,
ami made straight for that vessel. Only
ALEX. HOLM AN.
Astoria, August 31, lvifi.
CALL FOR WAIillANTS.
Notice is hereby given to all parlies
hen the bow of his ship had entered noming Clatsop county warrants in-
the breakers on the shot,- did he dis- Pncir to -August sin, in. to pr--
.ver his mistake. Fortunately he was h"nt th,! SH,,,C " the -'"""ly treasurer
ble to put about an-1 get away from ".r payment, as interest win teas-
the threatened calamity. o-
Dated this 1st day of September, A.
untry I). 1S'J. II. L. WAHI),
Tn-Jisurer of Clatsop Co., Or.
Notice is It. r -by given that beginning
on Monday, S, pteinber : 1.;, at 10
o'i-Iih k a. III.. Ill the ollli e of the
county clerk, the Hoard of Equal
ization of Clatsop county will hold j 3 '.""lift
1 I ting for the purpose of pub- fine Mu.lr. Camra tit All Kllol.,
In ly examining and correcting all cr-1
tors of valuation and description of!
lands or other property app.-ur-
ing on the assessment rolls f Good Order and Everybody's Riqhts
HTUIt'TI. Y OIlSKIll Kl.
M acul Merlil llara.
and w lu re '
Clatsop county; when
it is the duty of all
appear if th.-y wish corrections made
in said rolls, as no corrections or alter
ations can be made on said rolls by any
otlicer ufbr the adjournment of said
board. AI.I'KEO CI I :!! i.NS.
Astoria, September :i, IVui.
Merchants yesterday reported general
business as very grssl. Collwtiona for
the month have ben easy, an-1 a more
buoyant feeling is prevalent.
Miss Nellie Nick'.-rson is expcet.cd to
arrive from Eureka, Cal., on th- Area
ta, tomorrow. She has been spending
the summer with friends In California.
Attention is called to the Astorian's
Want column. No better medium could
be found for short advertisements than
a well-worded item placed in this column.
R. P. FabJ, special agent of the Fire
men's Fund Insurance Co., headquar
ters in Portland, was in the city yes
terday transacting business at Iiobb &
Miss Martha L. Gilbert, besides accept
ing a few mure pupils desiring private
lessons ln French, will form a class
Among the visitors from th
est week were W. If. liadcllff, Kuappa,
Mis. Corinan. Catlilaniet, (jus. Hrandt,
II. Lundberg. H. Jai kson, Martin Ol
son. North Shore. M. I'. Anderson, Ska
rnokawa, Anton,- Soi. nson, Chris. Sor
erison. Win. Anderson. Cray's Liver;
J. A. lb-, kard. J. N. H.-egard. Win.
le kard. Lewis and Clarke; A. L. Par
ker. John Imys; En d ' 'Is-n, John Lea
hy ami family. .Ituio-s L ahy, Jr.. Mrs.
i-'arrell. ( iln.-y; John I'.unke, John Chris
tians. Jo,-. Oraje;. Nor-ris Staples, John
Fry. John Chisholm. Walluski; It. M.
Caston. Nehaletn; Andrew Young,
A TTENTION I! I i iTI I E U.S.
The members of the Finnish Hrolh-r-
li.Mnl are le-rehy notilied to assemble
at their hall at 1 o'clock p. tn. Monday,
September 'I. to atti-nl the funeral of
their late brother, Matt Jarvela.
)iy order of the president.
fiRANU ANNOUNCEM ENT.
The Olympian Roller Skating Rink
I'.ill Williams. Rlind will open on Saturday evening, Sept.
liith, at Erlckson's Hall, 7th and
Vstor streets, under the management of
Ceo. M. JSerry, champion roller skater
of California. Watch for further an
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A rentleman's resort, at corner Bond
ana Utn streets. The finest brands of
liquors and cigars always on hand. Call
and try ui.
i'.ibbon will be used as a skirt trim
ming this fall.
To Whom It May Concern.
I iH,st V.Mld like to .ec- dot f,,r
vot sharge me JIT, for mine soot; kieutz- I
dolillerblit.elinocheiiim.il. but I Vo.,d L;lf
llliy ei ti'-'-K lot of pliee. l. !
V'y, I can buy me em better sool mil :
lleriiinii Wine for Jli r.n, nud I gel :
worth of uood.s l,esi,,-s, for ii'iddins. 1
I dell you dot Ib-nnan Wis,- he- vos
bigger than I'.ismiuvk. than Von Moitkel
or liltl- King Liili-e; vy? Voost be-I
itause In- dresses I pb-s mil line gh-so
for iioddiiiK.s, while dein odder felieis. j
yoost gill Frenchmen mid lax der
I iiitc-hinens. j
Old you ze,. Herman Wise's ad? Veil I
you ought to rend It n,jt di-r Aslorlan. i
Go to Elmore, Sanborn's ofllce find s-o
their new and hamlromc twine testing
machine. Take along some of the twines
"as good as Marshall's," In your pocket.
and test them. Then see how much more
Marshall's will stand. It's money In your
pocket and fish In your net to find out.
ROYAL DaKug Powder.
Highest of all In leavening
Strength V. S. Government Report
SallonfSea Sal; for births at
the Estes-Coiin Dnitf Nlorc
10t and rid' .in. k.ijro.
R. L. Boyle & Co.
LOANS AND INVESTMENTS
as a rock
If then. Is one thing
more than another the
lliiiilngton Route is
proud of, It Is lis truck.
free from sharp curves
laid Willi the heaviest
and most expensive steel
rails, It Is as near perfec
tion us It i nn be made.
Add t'i this that the Hur
llngton In the shortest
line und offers the best
service to Omaha, Kan
sas (ity and Ht. Louis,
ami you will realize why
It Ih the i'RKFKHRKK
routo to the east and
A. C. SHELDON, G. A.,
ui S.iliu.lay N'os r, mid Cum Ihroiich one hour earlier than time given
above, and on Sunday one hour later.
I'll n t lass tialns carry baggage but no freight and make way stop at
Warrentoii and C arhart only.
No freight will be t aui.,1 on Sunday I'. F. LESTER, Supt.
Oregon Industrial Exposition
SEPT. iv TO OCT. 17
I lie nival rcMMii'iiv, of (lie I'aolic Nnrlhwc!. AKriciilliirc, Horticul
ture. I i-Iki tc. Mines, M.iiiiii.ivtiuvs. Machinery. Transput-,
latum, I r.uie and I onniierce will He represents!
more completely than ever before.
Grand Band Concert Every Afternoon and Evening
MT.IIAI. ATTKAITIUNS KYKKY NKiHT
Lowest Rates Ever flatle on All Transportation Lines
ADMISSION, 25c; CHILDREN. 10c
Cot f vliilni si,ni', iiidv tn bin. I.. Il.iacr. Siiirrintcniltnt. nt the Iniililimi
i;. C. MAHTCIN, Hi'iriiiiry.
ing, Sept. 12
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.
TO CI'ltK A COM) IN O.VE DAV,
Take laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
fails to cure. 2Zc
There's more clothing destroyed by
poor soap than by actual wear. "Hoe
Family commutation tickets to L'lat- j l.'uke" contains no free alkali, and will
sop beach over the Seashore railroad not Injure the finest lace. Try It and
can be bad on application to iiic a.'jd- I notice the difference In quality. Rosa,
I tot, I too in 4, Flavel Llock. I lllggina & Co.
Kxliilikion of I'iii cy t-kntiii1'
ly I'l'oi'c.-Hor ( It o M. lii i ry.
I lr lupin I'iici- lor iiir K;iy-
(I'n IH'VV lull I llPill'il)
Six entries, local till-
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
After tin' ent"i'l oiiMiieiit in
tin; rink ;i l;ill w ill In- iven
on the sunn) lloor.
Admission to the Opening, 25c. For the use of Raymond's
Ball-bearing Skates, 25c for Evening.
Hall, Corner 7th and Astor, 3d Floor