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TlIK DAILY AST0K1AN, TIKSDAY MOUXINU, SMTKMHKU WWW.
Missed, Youth's and
Ladies' and Gents'
Rubbers, Rubber Boots, Etc.
John Hahn & Co.
79 Commercial St.
All the latest and richest fabrics tn
A Full Line of Umbrellas
Maximum temperature, 70 degrees.
Mlntmpm temperature. 4 degrees.
Precipitation, .M Inch.
Total precipitation from September
1st, 1SS5, to date, 1.67 Inches.
Deficiency of precipitation from Sep
tember 1st 1SS, to date. S.J3 inches.
TO RKAIKR3.-Th. "Rally AMorlaa'
oatalat twlr at nark nadlnc matter a
say other paper pabllahed la Astoria. II
ia Uia on j paper that pmeaU It reader
with a dally telearaphle report.
TO ADTEKTISKKS.-The "Dally At
aartaa" haa aara thaa twlr as aiaay read
ers as aay other paper pabllshed la Asto
ria. It la therefor mora thaa twice as
valaabl aa aa adTertlslac medlam.
Mr. Andrew Smith returned Sunday
CoL E. C. Hughes returned from Ida-
bo Sunday morning.
Dr. W. L Howard. Homopathlit, &Sf
If Snodgrasa doesn't maka
photos you don't get the best.
In the police court yesterday John
Doe forfeited IS for being drunk.
Gunther's famous Chicago candles in
sealed packages at C B. Smith's.
250 boxes apples from 75c box up.
today at the Pacific. Commission Co.
C. B. Smith makes the only genuine
French boss candy in the city. Try It
Rogers' Chocolate Tablets destroy
all kinds of worms in children. Try
Choicest music by Astoria's sweetest
singers, Friday night at the Opera
To arrive this morning. 100 boxes
fancy ripe tomatoes at Pacific Commis
From appearances, the west side of
the bay is quietly working along to
The Queen, the only heating stoves,
at Fisher Brothers. Price 110. Corns
and examine them.
For a box of choice candles, fresh
and neat go to C. B. Smith, Astoria's
Friday night's entertainment at the
Opera House is for the benefit of the
High School piano fund.
For preserving, green tomatoes and
quinces, Italian prunes, peaches, etc.,
at Pacific Commission Co.
Cucumbers for pickling, sweet and
Chili peppers, fancy Isabella grapes,
etc. at Pacific Commission Co.
The steamer Columbia arrived Sun
day morning from San Francisco with
a large freight and passenger list.
"Hammond" Park has been laid out
by the Hotel Flavol company. It lies
between the hotel and the seashore.
The mermaids at the National are
attracting much attention. Artist
Swope is making a record for himself.
Carbons are the only permanent
photos as well as the most artistic,
and Snotigrass knows how to make
Captain Thompson, of the Chelms
ford, christened the Hotel Flavel in
proper style a few days ago.
Don't forget that the Young Men's
McKinley and Hobart club will hold
a meeting at the club rooms tonight.
Congressman Ellis will speak Thurs
day evening, Oct. 1st, at the McKinley
Club rooms. All are Invited to attend.
It is reported that one of Ross, Hig
glns & Co.'s teams yesterday slid;
down the Unlontown hill. No damage
Nothing affords choicer amusement
than the cultured human voice in song
and speech. Come to the Opera House
The season of winter entertainments
opens Friday night at the Opera House.
Attend and enjoy an evening of pleas
ure and profit.
It is said on good authority that if
you wish to engage in business at Fla
vell It is well to show your credentials
to the home secretary.
The railroad excursion at 12:30 today
to Flavel and New Astoria promises to
be a great success. A large number of
Invitations have been Issued.
After the parade tonight the Hon
T. J. Cleeton will deliver nn address
before the Young Men's MoKlnley and
Hobart Club. All are Invited.
!t was oh Kl yesterday that the C 1
steamer Hupeh went to IVrtland
ballast, took on stlffenlns; and cam
back to Astoria to load her cnro.
How Is this? The Wobfoot CVmmlf
slon House are selling 10 pounds whit
sugar for one dollar. They have also
received some very fine comb honey.
Mr. Lars Holland, who has Just re
turned from the salmon canneries In
Alaska, left last night for Norway
where he will visit until next March.
The Library Association will give a
afternoon tea Thursday at the resl
donee of Mrs. F. Kendall, on Franklin
avenue. You are mst cordially invited
The board of equalisation is In ses
slon in the county court room. Th
county clerk yesterday Issued a mar
riage license to Maui Kelli and Marl
The new plank muds In Fulwood
Park add greatly to the appearance v
that beautiful spot. The Hotel Flavel
Is now completely surrounded by tine
Miss Mabel Carter, whom the High
School has secured for the recital Frl
day evening, is one of Oregon's moat
cultured elocutionists. It will be
treat to hear her.
If you think the Corner Grocery and
Commission House, corner 10th and
Duane street, don't sell cheaper than
anywhere else, try them and see and
sav :0c on the dollar.
The local canneries report a better
catch of flsh yesterday than for some
time past- The proportion of silver-
sides was very satisfactory, and Indi
cates a better run In a day or two.
A large scow Is being rigged up at
the foot of 9th street with a gasoline
launch, and will go Into the lumber
carrying business between IVrtland
and Ilwaco fur Inman. Paulson & Co.
The county court meets the first
Monday In each month for the consid
eration of law and probate matters. The
Wednesday following the county com
missioners meet for the consideration
of county matters.
The planking between the street car
rails at turn of Hth street into ISond.
has been removed. Bicyclists are
warned not to "scorch" too fast around
that curve or they may gel a severe
Jolting on the ties.
Mrs. Hattie Dunning (nee Bitely) died
at her home in the east Sunday, Sep
tember 20. Mrs. Dunning was formerly
a teacher of music in this city, where
she has many warm friends. She leaves
a husband and one child.
All the members of the Young Men's
McKinley and Hobart Club are re
quested to meet at McKinley Club
rooms at 7 o'clock sharp tonight. The
Hon. T. J. Cleeton will make an ad
dress during the evening.
A gentleman who has Just returned
from Portland and the east, says that
the betting In Portland is three to one
that McKinley will carry Oregon and
Washington, and that In New York
they are betting five to one that he will
carry the country.
Mr. J. A. Duffy leaves this morning
via the overland route, for his new
home in California. Mrs. Duffy and
their son, will accompany him on the
trip, all spending a day in Portland.
Their hosts of friends wish them good
health In their new location.
Owing to the Improvements being
made on Bond street between 12th and
Hth, street car traffic on that branch
has been temporarily abandoned,,
transfers being made between lower
and upper town near 14th, all cars
travelling on Commercial street.
Miss Martha L. Gilbert, besides ac
cepting a few mors pupils desiring pri
vate lessons In French, will form a
class for Instruction In that language.
Those who wish to Join the class are
Invited to meet Miss Gilbert on any
day this week, at her residence, 1'j8
A view of the twenty-four big piles
of steel rails in the railroad yards at
Alder creek gives one the Impression
that at least a dozen vessels must have
been engaged in transporting them
around the Horn. How it was pos
sible to stow this Immense tonnage
In two ships Is a matter of great won
derment There are still 1500 tons to
be discharged from the Chelmsford and
The fascination of fishing was well
Illustrated Saturday when E. T. Barnes
at Flavel, who was engaged In that
occupation at the dock, and had an
appointment with two men from Port
land who were to do some work In the
hotel, was so completely absorbed In
his occupation that he let them pass
him by and get away before he re
membered his duty. If you want to
forget your troubles, go aflshlng.
While lazily hanging over the rail of
his ship at the Flavel dock Sunday
afternoon. Captain Thompson, of the
Chelmsford, noticed a Jacksnipe sitting
on one of the chains of the Fulwood on
the opposite side of the dock, some
sixty yards away. The captain walked
back Into his cabin, took down one of
his shot guns, loaded one barrel, came
back on deck, and seeing the bird still
in the same place, he up and fired, hit
ting it in the neck. The shot was a
good one for a fat man.
Late Saturday night, while on his
way home, Mr. Al. Lelnenweber was
held up by three men who attempted
robbery. Near the Clatsop Mill he saw
one of the men come across the street,
and Immediately he was followed by
two others from the shadows near by.
All of them made for him, but with
great presence of mind I,eirt;nvveber
threw his hands forward as though
Ma on application.
about to shot. and called for them to j
Hon. This thev did for a moment, and
still holding them at bay. l.elnenwcber
made his wav back to the city, where
h.. met tvTU-er Thompson, and the two
,i.,e.,...l il,.. mill tint cou d I llil no
,.,m i,i,t .vuil.l ilnd no
truce of the men. Utter In the nlKht
It was reported that two suspicious
characters were seen making through
the woods from that vicinity.
If dull, spiritless and stupid; If your
blood Is thick and sluggish; If your
appetite Is capricious and uncertain.
You need a Sarsaparllla, For best re-
suits take DeWltt's. It recommends
luelf. Chas. Kogers.
THK CtliCriT COCKT.
In the circuit court yesterday. vx ItM-
In a few hours In the morning session.,,
a large amount of business was trans -
Wm. Larson a Juror, was excused
from service for the balance of the
Kdward Sandeberg. a native of Swe -
len. Charles F. West, a native of Kus-
sia. and . I- Johnson, a native oi
Sweden, were admitted to citisenship.
The grand Jury presented one not
rue bill and several true bills.
The state vs. John Jovlch. D. Hannu-
a, Lucas Franetovlch. and Paul Holt-
.. .,o m ln,.lilna. rtol at th
apa. limn im i.-i 1
,ith cannery, the defendants pleaded i
guilty to assault and batter', tne plea
was accepted by the district attorney. !
and the court fined each $50.
The state vs. John Murray, Case No
the defendant pleaded guilty to lar-
ceny. and was sentenced to one year
In the penitentiary. Mr. John E. Young
made a fine plea for the defendant
before the court, and his well chosen
ords and splendid statement doubt
less secured for the defendant the least
penalty under the law. Cases 2 and 3
against the same defendant were dls
State vs. Thomas Cooper, defendant
pleaded guilty to larceny and was s'n-
enced to one year In the penitentiary.
The case was conducted by Mr. George
W. Welch, whose efforts resulted In
the least possible sentence for the de-
Then. P.racker vs. Geo. Hill, Judgment
ndered for plaintiff.
Fleckensteln. Mayer Co. vs. Carlson
Larson, Judgment for plaintiff.
L. Lehack vs. Thomas Spencer, case
reset for hearing on Monday. October
J. O. Hanthnrn vs. Frd Laben, suit
llsmissed on motion of plaintiff.
J. O. Hanthorn vs. Geo. Muniell.
Judgment rendered for plaintiff.
J. O. Hanthorn vs. Gus. Llndahl.
Judgment rendered for plaintiff.
State vs. Geo. Raymond, defendant
arraigned arul charged with obtaining
money under false pretenses; pleaded
guilty and sentenced to one year In the
T. Helgerson vs. Fred Oberg, motion
to strike out sustained.
E. C. Hughes & Co. vs. G. W. Fisher
et al. Judgment rendered for plaintiff.
THE FIP.E DEPARTMENT.
The board of df!gates of the Astoria
Fire Department held Its annual meet
ing last evening at the hall of Rescue
Engine Co. No. 2. The old board fin
ished its labors and Immediately th
new board pr.ceeded to orean2o.
President Wenlg was re-elerted, D.
Campbell was made treasurer, and F.
J. Carney secretary.
It was decided that in the future for
non-attendance, members would be
fined 12, and that If delegates absented
themselves from three consecutive
meetings, their names would be return
ed to their respective companies with
Instructions to elect some one else as
The regular standing committees
were appointed by the president, and
it was decided to hold the meetings in
the hall of Rescue Engine Co. No. 2
for the succeeding year.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Office of Llddlcoat & Cribb,
529 Exchange street.
Sealed proposals will be received at
this office, until 2 o'clock, Saturday,
October 3, li!i, for the erection and
completion of a two-story frame dwell
ing to be erected on Hlock IS, Mc
Clure's, on Bond street.
Plans and specifications and all ne
cessary Information can be obtained
at this office.
LIDDICOAT & CRIBB,
The Hon. T. J. Clw-ton will address
the Young M-n's McKinley and Hobart
flub on Tuesday evening. The public
is Invited to attend. Come everybody
and swell the rapidly Increasing ranks
of Sound Money.
J. K. YOUNG, Prim.
A. B. DALGITY, Sec.
Many a day's work Is lost by sick
headache, caused by Indigestion and
stomach troubles. DeWltt's Little
Early Risers are the most effectual pill
for overcoming such difficulties. Chas.
The U. S. Gov t Reports
thow Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
If von will look into tho
is tin civum of wt t siilo property. The center of improve
merits is hore, ami as an investment for business or a home
there is nothing to ejunl it in the whole proposition. In
lots are nil large, full size, rixH'K Prices range foni $lf0
to each. SM on installments. Terms to suit. Snvt
- ..l i i i :..
tnu i-iuiuue aim ouv ti an in
' A number of Canadian I'aclllc Halt-
' officials spent Sunday In Astoria,
OiiTge Met. ItiMwn, district pa,
t . t... it. ....... . .i....
" . i. .-. ruiM ii una im-
superintendent, Vancouver; K.J. Coyle.
general agent. Portland; and Mr. Allan
Cameron, the newly appolnt.il district
freight agent at Vancouver. came
down to lix-k over the situation In As -
torla and make new plans for the bust-
ttess of their company nt this point.
Mr. Krown Is a well known railroad!
man and has many friends In this city. I
Mr. Cameron, who Is also popular
among Astoria merchants, has until
(recently bevn the general agent in
Portland. His new appointment w hlle
i In the line of civil service, Is a rceog -
nltlutt of the well earned remitatlon.
,u,.lwls ,nt willlam Drown
;h), r,.,.,,,,, whu i.uslnesa
(trip In IVrtland. Mr. Covie. who sue
Mr 0lu,K.rn , irt I,. n.i. was
formerly I.H-at1 at Vancouver, and haa
.been advanced unon bis merlin
, Mr en,,.,. thai
m,,, wttM nolhlng In the rumor that
the Canadian Pacltle was cutting Ort-
rlltlU n ,h . . . ,,.,,!
, ,, lrf ...
'tween the Columbia and the Orient.
Thl nu.H.h hu. hor, yesterday.
'Wfta (niy chartered for the one trip
...... . . .
10 taae care or tne extra large tonnage
which they could not handle bv the
CHAMUEIt OF COMMERCE.
I fl' IS, 1.111181. I 1 . KUIIl, .HISS iiira
At the meeting of the Chamber uf.M.Kts. Robert Peters. Chris.
j Commerce last evening President Win-:
gate w as In the chair, and among those :
pnwent were: Secretary Hidden. Jas. 1
W. Welch, vice president; Messrs. Tal- '
lant. Howiby, Kinney, Kendall, lloyle. !
Grutke, Gray, Delllnger, Watts, Kin-!
layson. and E. J. Smith.
Messrs. Richard Carruthers and H. I
E. Nelson were eleot.sl to membership.
Mr. John K. Gratke reiiortiil as to I
the cost of a suitable lithograph of As- ,
torla as nn advertisement for letter'
beads, etc., and the matti-r was referr-
ed to Messrs. Gratke. Zollinger and K.
Report of progress on matters In
hand w.-re made by standing commit -
te,-s and further time grant.it.
A communication from the New York
iiouru or mule an i I ranspurtation :
was read; also a letter from the Metal
lic Extracting Co., of Cyanide, Color
ado, as follows:
September 2nd, ISM.
Pear sir: After making moet careful
assays on the Iron sand you sent we
fail to find a trace of gold.
PHILIP ARGALL. Mannger.
Ul YERS AND SELLERS.
The following deeds were filed for
record In the office of Recorder Wil
W. J. West to Alex Tagg, 4'
at res In L. II. Judson D. L. C,
township 7 north, range 10
west I I
Clatsop county to A. D. Mason
southeast quarter section 11,
township north, range 6 west 15
Hells Iiavis to Ezra Dawson,
Lola 9 and 11, Block . War
ren's First Extension of War-
D. K. Warren to Ezra Dawson,
Lots 13 and 13, Warren's First
Addition to Warrenton
S. D. Adair and wife to Ezra
Dawson, Lot 33, lilock 6, Mer
rl wet her Downs
S. D. Adair and wife to Ezra
Dawson, Lot 36, lilock 6, Mer
W. J. Morrison to Trustees Pres
byterian Church of Clatsop
Plains, tract of land near
A fentJeman's resort at oornsr Bond
and Uth streets. Ths flnsst brands of
liquors and cigars always on hand. Call
and try as.
TO t'l KE A COI.I IN ONE DAY,
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
fails to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas.
Eggs, 25c per Doz.
At that price almost any man can
make a good living and save up
money on a Clatsop county chicken
ranch. We have a small tract of
land near Warrenton that will
rnako a most desirable place for
raising chickens and we will sell It
so cheap that almost anyone can
afford to buy It.
ASTORIA LAND AND INV. CO.
355 Commercial street.
Clarkson & ficryn
LONG FIR PILING
Astoria Asphalt and Roofing Co.
h nti Kepcxlrintc f-calcy Woofai.
situation vou will mo tlml
. . , ftni'ivM
KXCKKIKNCK WITH SIl.VKU.
In conversation with an Anoilnn ro
porter Sunday aft.rn.oi. Captain W
j It. Thompson.
f the Chelmsford
the money ijuentlon
' ... ,
;- would like to nsk one ,,ueston." I.
said, "of you fellows over here Why
'la It that In settlement of the war dim-
cullies of ,1 and 7.. that inrmaiiy it
, imiml.il of France payment of Its debt
Jin gold and not It '
I "On tuv Hist oag In this i wl,
we lay tn Santa I'.osalia. South Atm-rl
ca, for some little time I'nited Statei
j money was at that time and Is jet.
as good as ii.,1,1 the world over Here
urea few Items front my private uieui-
1 ornndum h.mk made at that time.
1 w hlch will show how vou stau.l with
I the silver countries Itenieml.er that
''I use the money of various countrlm
' In my business transactions Common
' articles for the table, such as rue.
'Hour. i.ot.it.H. butter, sunnr. and wa-
tor, by the gallon. I paid Jiit twice as
.much for In Mexican monrv as In I'lttt-
...t Stai.n motiev. And for one pound
In F.ugllsh money I received I'.' W In
j APVKKTISKP LKTTKItS
The following unclaimed letters wer
advettlsed at the Astoria post.-rflco on
September :th. lv-Kt
; Dourel. tius, Hanson Mrs Llle
: Harding. Mr. Harvey. II W.
t Jacobs, Mrs. Nora John. I.efery.
Lewis, Miss S. A. tuum n. Mrs tile O
Persons calling for any of the above
letters will please aay "advertised."
Ad lltlonal postage of one cent for each
letter advertised Is charged.
HERMAN WISE. P.
Mrs. J. G. Nurnliitg, daughter and
son, are spending the day In the city.
.inn. il . r"ioi'ii. ,. ,. eni. ii. nun
,.n VHnig her sister. Mrs. ,t.
i r nml xr. ttrayne and daughter.
: ,! M.-nsrs Shanks and Iloiser. of the
j Young's River Pulp Mill, spent n rry
j pleuKiWit day at J. G Nurnberg's last
Mr ii.l v.iri.i..F
t Astoria, mnde
a visit to his parents last Siiti'lity,
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Notice Is hereby given, that tho part
nership heretofore existing between
Sam E. Harris and Charles Wright, ot
Astoria, Oregon, under the firm name
of Harris Ik Wright, has been by mu
tual consent, this day dissolved, the
said Sam E. Harris continuing the said
business, collecting all of the outstand
Ing accounts and paying all the debts
of said firm.
Dated this 1st day of September, W.
HAM. E. HARRIS.
Tho White Collar Line will have
round trip tickets on sale, to Portland,
September 23d and 24th. and October
Ath and "til. at one fare for the round
trip. Tickets good going only on date
of sale, and good reluming within ten
days from date of sale. Tickets good
on steamers T. J. Potter. Halley (iat-
zert H. H. Thompson and Tel"phone
Silver has undoubti-dly become much
cheaper during the last few years, but
the question Is, have the moral stand
ards of the people been lowered? In
Salton Sea Salt for baths at
the Estes-Conn Krnp Store
l()c and 25c per package.
Not content with relegating Mr. Gor
man to a back seat, the Populists are
showing a disposition to put him out
of the tent. Washington Star.
uu l... A pES0RT
and nth Sts,
ALEX CAMPBELL, Prop.
BREMNER & HOLMES
Special attention paid to steamboat r
pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc
LOGGING CAMP OJORK A SPECIALTY
U7 Olney street, between Third and
and Fourth. Astoria. Or
216 and 217 Chamber of Commerce
AT IIOllM I,
N. JENSR.N and K. O. HANSEN
The Reliable Clothier
They are Both
liiter.Kted. ii 'l "tily fir the itl -ry of
vlct 'ty. but ulo f.-r the prises.
We, too, Offer
Xinaa pP'M-iits our customers, j
but our prlies mi i'IoIIiIiik are of.
but our prh "ii I'lulhiiiK
till Ktettter Important e.
Are You Heedless
of such Utatliins as we give In
the nest column, are you so In
futuuted with the tdd house you
have been dealing with as to wil
lingly puy t !iein :S per cent mure
for evrrythltiK you buy?
Is Not Your Wife
or family nearer to you than any
store keeper In town? You have
no rittht to deprive your dear
ones of comfort you could pro
vide If you saved your dollars.
that our mode of buying and sell
ing for CASH enables us to un
dersell any clothing house In As
toria; we ask only an Inspection
of our stock and prices.
Is It Worth
your while to spend a few mln-l
utes In our store. I
V TOW M J
ijiAlam. I If
The Reliable Clothier
All of Our
liii h mo d. irll.c. in last week's
advertisement, cotislntlng of clay
uursteds. plain and fancy chev
iots, and silk tolled ranalmar.
made to nt and fit to ar; Hunt
nith strung linings, aed with
Ilk, In fitH k. also round O'rnur,
struliilit cut nor and d-ubl. br.ajit
vd ui ka.
Worth A I way a
from $15 to 5iS Now
The IHrHt In
Htnllment of All-Wool
California rlmern and clievtoU;
nothing better on rartli for wear;
makes a stout business suit or
You Have Never
Hought tliein for leas than 110
ami probably 112; but we con
tracted fur loo suits In two In.
slullnienis for CAHII; that's why
we can offer theae.
All-Wool Suite For
they'll go before you havo tlma
to say JACK HOIIINHON!
Also a New Line of