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TOE DAILY ASTOEIAtf, A8TOBIA, FRIDAY MOttNINUs MARCH 17, 1893.
ABOUT THE CITV. Sun, rain and hall to chose from yes terday. People who Indulge In tax cases are not necessarily hard cases. There was a meeting of the British Benevolent Society last night. Rev. O. Landen will preach at the Methodist church tonight at 7:30. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Dorrls welcomed the arrival of a very young daughter last night Take off your hat to every Irishman you meet this morning. It la a cour tesy you owe to St. Patrick. It Is rumored that the Rev. R. B. Dilworth may In a few weeks succeed to an Important pastorate In the city of Portland. There is no decrease In the sales of Columbian stamps at the local poet ofllce though Urn old Issues are as much in demand as ever. The Astorlan has received from Sea ator Dolph a. voluminous and Interest- from the Jail ho went down to' San Francisco and laid by for a few weeks, From San Francisco he shipped on a lumber schooner bound to Sunshine, Wash., a lumber camp at the mouth of tho Nascl river. When the schooner had left what cargo she had to deposit there, she was ordered to proceed to South Bend. Yesterday Albert Salln- ski, a friend of Glover's) In this city, received a letter from tho captain of the schooner informing him that Glover had fallen overboard during the trip from Sunshine to South Bend, and was drowned before he could be rescued. Glover was well known here, having been a prominent figure in the different courts on several occasions. E. W. Kuykendall, the undertaker, cm balmer and funeral director, has his par lors in the Welch block. No. 718. Water street. Call up telephone No. 7. Mr. McGuire, game and fish protect or, wishes It to be emphatically under stood that the season has closed, bo far ea "the killing of wild duck, swan, etc.. Is concerned. The special atten tion of the public Is called to the law lng report on the lighthouses of the ,aw g. United States for the year 1892. Every person who shall, within the Don't forget to learn a moral lesson state of Oregon, between the 15th day today from the fact that every man March and the last day of September, you meet with a green ribbon in his of each year, take, kill, Injure or de stroy, or have in possession, sell or offer for sale, any wild swan, mallard duck, wood-duck, widgeon, teal, spoon bill, gray, black, sprig-tail, or canvas. bock duck, shall be guilty of a mis- coat Isn't bound to be an Irishman. There's many a sheep In wolfs cloth ing. This Isn't meant for a reflection. A very Interesting meeting of the C. L. S. C. was held last evenlnsr at the residence of Mrs. C. J. Curtis. Stories demeanor. of the derivation of some Rnellsh Mr- McGuire proposes to see that this words were given by members of the law 18 vigorously enrorcetl. ana any Circle. Mrs. M. J. Klnnev read an ex- Person wno violates tne section will De cllpnt nnnr nn "Vonthinrw. .m. nf prosecuted. "All the members of the the story," which was very much en- Rod and Gun club" Bald Mr- McGuire, Joyed by all present. are mteresiea in wis important bud- ject,. ana win assist in reporting every ine consignment qi saimon mat was instance of the law's violation, and aid to have been shipped on the Telephone , the pr0secutlon. All offenders must for Portland, was seized yesterday by distinctly understand that this and all Chief Loughery, and the contents of other provisions of the game law will me dox aumpea into the Day. 1 he be promptly and vigorously enforced.' ponce ana snerms ail along the river Local sports will please take notice. nave instructions from Portland to the uQf ..im ,, ,v,.i uoiumDia xenaer company jno. "? ""- wlm Klve a bai Aprll gth at Columbia it is uaugui, uon iw sent irum one yiace cannery. to another In the state. The LOOK AT THIS! Jake the Daily Asto riau and Get a waxteo. piBL FO OKNER.U. I10C3EWOKK. CALL A Hi tio Jim ii street. QUOD GIKLTO DO HOUSEWORK, AP- piy at aw nam sireeu IITANTKD.-A BOY A nOUT lb YEARS OLD. T T Apply abtohuh oaice. ft Cyclone In Clothin: AT THE- ROOMS TO RBXT. LARGE LIBRARY FREE The Astorian's Latest and Best Premium Offer. All Invited. gon's close season. near approach of Arbor day, whclh Is the second Friday of April lax payers Bhouia note that tne law n the afternoon, has prompted State requiring the sheriff as ex-offlclo tax Superintendent McElroy to Issue his collector to be at each precinct in the annual Arbor day circular, which wll county on certain dates to receive be sent out in a few days to the taxes, has been repealed. Tax payers teachers and county school superln must now pay their taxes at the office tendents of the state. So the scholars of the sheriff in this city. Sheriff 0f our local Institutions will onfce Smith wishes all to recollect this and ajraln be able to celebrate the day In not to oeiay paying tneir taxes unaer suitable style. The circular this year the mistaken impression that he will consists of fifteen pages and exercises visit their neighborhood to collect. to De conducted bv the schools on this I w - Circuit court met yesterday morning aay at 9:30 Dursuanl to adjournment. The Ane circular is preracea Dy mese re- followlng cases were adjudicated upon. tnarka: Fisher Bros. vs. HanBon and Ander- "Arbor day, rrom being a humble ex. son. on trial. Decree that property be Pedient of one of our Western states sold and proceeds divided as per de- a ew years ago, has become, It may cree be saia, one of our national holidays. Christian Peterson vs. D. M. Stuart Its original design has been modified et. al., default and decree for plaintiff, "'nee "s oDservance nas Deen connectea State of Oregon vs. Thomas Taylor wlth our schools. It Is now not only et. al. Order made dismissing and ball a day for tree planting, both for econ omlc and aesthetic purposes, but Its observance has been made the means of Imparting more valuable knowledge In regard to plant and tree life, of money ordered returned. Information has been received by Postmaster Hare, that Marion county has a new postofflce, of which the name cultlvatlnjf ln the young the facu)ty of is iviuinu. it is Hiiumeu auoui inrce observation, and kindling ln their mlnria fin InlAfPAt in nntnrnl nhltvta It is kept by Mrs. A. W. Pugsley at her lhIch wm be a uteiong B0Urce of miles north of Mehama on Fern Ridge. residence, and Is quite an accommoda tlon to the people of that vicinity. They get mall three times each week, Mon day, Wednesday and Saturday, direct from the Oregon Pacific train at Ly ons. that this Arbor day festival, engaging our children in its observance so gen erally and so pleasantly with songs, recitations, and planting of trees and shrubs around the schoolhousees and along the streets or ln public parks, There was a very pleasant birthday may have the effect of bringing for reunion on Tuesday night at the resl- war(j soon a generation who will feel dence of Mrs. J. K. Wirt, on the oc- both the value and the beauty of trees, caslon of the 16th birthday of her as hitherto they have not been felt In daughter . Lorena. Among the guests tj,g country, and thus the recless des- were Miss Tucker, Mrs. C. B. Wirt, tructlon of our forests, now going on Miss Majnld Clinton, Hila Tucker, with Bucn threatening consequences, Mary Hanson, Nellie Brown, Nellie may be arrested before the calamities Jeffrey, Emma Cosmos, Hattle Wirt, are upon us whlcn have befallen other Jens Hanson, Howard Pennel, Walter countries through the Joss of their Hough, Harry Williams, Nick Clinton, trees." De Witt Clinton, Robert Jeffrey, Fred Brown. Gussie and Al Wirt. George Sei- Bneklen's Arnica Salre. fert, and Mr. and Mrs. Wirt. Many valuable presents were (received by Miss Lorena during the evening. The following additional rule to those jj Snfied' togive ettrej! already In force in the circuit court Hon or money refunded. Price 25 cents was promulgated by Judge McBride fQ & 8DaltCha8' ers, sue yesterday. 'It takes effect throughout the whole of the 5th Judicial district: Rule 15. Requests for Instructions . on Jury trials shall be made In writing, and each separate request numbered, and shall be handed to the court before the argument ln the case Is begun. No exception will be Allowed to the refusal of oral requests for Instructions or to the refusal of written requests presented after the argument of the case is begun, but the same will be treated as mere suggestions of counsel. Every regular subscriber to The Dally Astorlan for the next twelve months will be entitled every ten weeks, to a set of ten first class novels. by sending us 30 cents (for each set of ten books) In postage stamps of silver, on receipt of which we will send the books post paid. These books are complete novels by standard authors, each a handsome octavo volumn of 64 large double col umn pages, In a neat attractive cover, and printed from clear, readable type, as follows: THE SCARLET LETTER. By Na thanial Hawthorn. KING SOLOMON'S MINES. By H, Rider Haggard. THE MTSTERT OF COLDE FELL, OR NOT PROVEN. By Charlotte M. Braeme, author of "Dora Thome" UNDER THE RED FLAG. By Miss M. E. Braddon. AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGH TT DATS. By Jules Verne. THE CORSICAN BROTHERS. By Alexander Dumas. LADY GRACE. By Mrs. Henry Wood. AVERIL. By Rosa Nouchette Carey. THE BLACK DWARF. By Sir Walter Scott. A NOBLE LIFE. By Miss Muloch. The lowest iprice of these novels ln any other way, would be 10 cents each, or $1 for the ten books, which The As torlan subscribers can have- for 30 cents. Every ten weeks a new set of ten books will be offered on the same terms. Thus, In the course of the year, you will have a valuable library of 50 books, that will cost you only $1.60. This offer is open only to regular subscribers. Subscribers to The Daily Astorlan, who pay $7 for one year ln advance will be entitled to these books free of charge. Now Is the time to get your home newspaper, and a valuable library be sides, for only the regular price of the paper. Subscrlbers'to The Weekly Astorlan who pay $2 ln advance for one year's subscription, will be entitled to any of hese books they may select at the rate of 3 cents per book. On receipt of the list of books discribed, accompanied by a remltance ln postage stamps or sil ver to the amount of 3 cents for each book ordered, we will have the books sent postpaid to the address of any regular subscriber to The Weekly Asto rlan as above. The best salve ln the world for cuts. bruises, sores, nicer, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and pogitlve- mWO DESIRABLE UNKITBNIMHFD ROOMS 1 uewiy papered. Moderate rem. 662 Tlilru O ROOMS" SUITABLE KOll HOUSfKKKP- O Imr, lurtilsiied or uiifurnWied. Also fur- iiisiicu i, ohm ir lodgers, flo. 216 W. tttb at. FURNISHED OE UNfUIRNIBiIKD ROOM8 for rant, nle&sanity lucHted near business. i an at no. arj west K gum tjireet. HOTEL TIGHF, FURNISHED ROOMS IN unite or ttliiKlti t $2 a week ana upward, iwiu uj uio uy wvvK ur mom ii. Q UNFURNISHED BOOMS, INQUIRE AT & uiitf oroca. TX)Ult ROOM NEWI.Y I'APKKKI). IIP. J? stairs In home, No. 189 Wash. Street. Appll uvmw Ul 1 lllil', MA.'. 1 week or moiiili terms very reasonable at uicunei, no intra Bireei, TOOM FOR OFFICES OR LIGHT HOUSE A u Kreoiuv. utiii oil ii. wills at t Iih n.-,'i- UClli OUT. nooMs lVi Ground floor, good locatlou, FOR this onion. MOHT HOUSKKKKPINO. luqulro al TO I, HI. A8HOP 8UITABLK FOR CMtrKNTKR8'l shflD. RtHb'e. or warphoimA. For naitlAnlum I upi'iy in ivi'nsAiiu. oji uerry strart. LOST. 8MAU, OPAL RIO. FlNDKR WILI.BHl A rewarded dt retiiriilnn It to tills office and no ouesiions will be atked. It In the srifr nf ml (leceaaed father to his daughter, and la valued tor us associations. 3II8CELLANEO US. f BRIRN'S HOTKL 1H7 WEHT H1VTH Birter. a u. iiaiuur. l-ronriutor. Ratm ner iIht - l h niim nirals ..... Evervtliliii! Is ken) In irond nrrlcr nnd wn ln our best to sat sly everybody who gives us a can. pALI, ON P. RAKF.K. m THIRD STREET u ana nave your cioines dyed and cleaned. nro. Mclean, corker oiaey and ah. J tor slrref. dos a irenerul bushu-iuin blank. siniining aim repairing. BANKRUPT STORE of IsT. t. dinsmobe. All our 80.00, 87 50, SS.50 and 89.00 Suits mast so at sr. no All our 80.50, 810.50, 811.50 and 812.50 Suits must Bo'it""87 S All our 813.50, 815.00, 1 50 and 820.00 Suits must go at "10 m All our 822.50, 825.00, 827.50 and 80.00 Suits muit go atijisloo Every detail of Fashion, Fit and Fabric fully equals what you have to pay any other house in Oregon double the price we ask. . These suits must be sold, and even if you hare to borrow the money, be sure snd bring it with you when you corns. To make it a complete sacrifice we will let you pick ANY HAT IN THE HOUSE FOR $1.50 This is the largest hat stock In the city, comprising Dunlap. Knoi, Youman and Miller Blacks. " This week we propose to delmre the State of Oreon with prices that will forever stifle our competitors. Don't fail to call early, at the. Bankrupt Store of N. T. Dinsmore TO THE PUPILS ' OF TH Astoria Public Schools TTKCOCK'd r-KCOND HAND STORK 615, 1 1 mini nircpi. unvs Hnn Kfllia IlHW Hnn ima. oud-lmiid furniture, fllthest cash price paid. V"OUNO & LEWIS, AGENT8 AND DEALERS I in real eiitate and Oregon Pine Landi. ais Cltv lots and aerenire. TnniriiA Pnlnt nmiwrft. m....xi .. ".r ." ' .. - jioicrij, mi un i-rnis. 10-acre fruit and chicken tracts close to town. cueap. Best thing on the market. YOUNC LADIE8 AND CENTLEMEN: The Astorian takes plehfure in calling vour attention to tlm fact that it will puMish' regularly every Saturday morhins; Farragut PostG.A. R. -Will give a- FOUR QUESTIONS About interesting subjects. We want you to answer them. The best fories of answers received by tho Friday morning following each announcement, will bo awarded A HANDSOME PRIZE. Miles' Km and Liver Pills. Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels through the nervea- A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cures bllliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa tion. Unequaled for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 60 doces 25 cts. Samples free, at Chas. Rogers. Tide Table for Astoria. MARCH. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria KTien Baby was sick, we (are her Castoria. tThen she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, iTfcen she became Hln, she cluni to Castoria, Then she bad Children, aba gaTe them Caetoril French Tansy Wafers. The local civil service examinations rarrled on yesterday in Post- ,... nrlvntA rnnm at the Ladles will find these wafers Just what master Hare s private room at tne they need an(, can be depende(, upon postomce. xnere were lour cnuuiuniea i every ume 10 give rener. aare ana sure. . .,,.., iti . a . I can De sent by mall sealed securely. ior ciernEiny eaa.M..a...o, Prce $2.00 per box. For sale only b: J. for carriers. The former were Jeff L. v. Conn, corner Second and Cass streets. rvoniBii Harrv Ti. Grav. James Tav- TTse ZInfandel wine lntead of coffee or tea. 60 cents per gallon. Dont forget r"eacn ann apricot Dranay, also . rencn Cognac and wine at Alex. Gilbert s. lor, and Sam L. Kozer, The aspirants for honors ln the latter division were It W. Weeks, and Patrick Shea. The board of examiners consisted of Messrs. Joseph B. Watson, J. P. Clark. and R. G. Prael. Among the principal subjects In which the candidates were examined were orthography, penman ship, copying, arithmetic, local deliv ery, reading addresses, and geography. Ryan & Co. 637. Third street, have Just received a full line of 1893 patterns ln wall paper, and comprising all the latest designs and shades, at the low est prices. Call and see them, Billy Glover, one of the prisoners who escaped from the county Jail her some time ago. Is reported to have met with an untimely end. 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Tim vuinnino- nnovrnro w?H I a,w M aaaajaia ituuil VIM II ill W Calico will be the only material need I nnKli'clmrl Vm. Price of admission, $1. Ladies free, For Sale. The Columbia Elver Fishermen's Pruteetlv UiiionV scow i.-n.Muier raihnnder Is lor sale. Burden, loo tons if Bintcr. Willi stesm engine, ("Miiiuly's") size, 5x10, double cylinders and den ick, I'rlce, S4.0U0, Apply al the Union viuvo. 13 y uruer 80FUS JENSEN, Secretary, Astoria, Oregon, March 0. 1894. CAMPBELL BROS. (Successors ti Warren A CtmpbeU), WAKUENTON, ORKOUN, Dealers ln DH.Y QOODB, GENT8' FDRNISHINO OOODB, Hats, Csps, Boots, Bhoes nnnopnirn staplk unuitniLo rANCY Hardware, Iron end Steel, Crockery, Glassware nooaenwsre, noitons, etc., Hay, Grain, Flour snd Feed. H OTTO I "Snuill ProflU 01 Cash Salts." Wo Couoons to Cut, No Papers to Buy. Don't use your encyclopaedia. Just sit down and think over tho questions, give the brightest answers you can, send them in, and wo will do the rest, A PRIZE EVERY WEEK- Address all communications to "The Editor," Astorian. 7 88 8 16 8 64 9 83 10 1 11 10 12 84 1 on 8 OH 4 08 4 l 6 41 1 0 4 64 10 7 The heiglit w reenoued from the level ot sv erwe lower low w-urs lbs n'Sne forwhicb ti e ounamK-i rKHeuon theUt ast sua tieodetlc urvrj enarts. mr ll inliULgE ItalBjIaking The only Pur Cream of Tartar jv.wlu. Xo Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Home 40 Years the Standard ROSS, HIOCINS A CO., Butchers - and - Grocers, Astoria and Upper Astoria. v Fine Tess and Cnir-es, Table DellcaclMi, Domestic and Tropical Fruits, Vegetable-, sugar cured bsins, bacon, etc. CHOICE FRESH & SALT MEATS ELECTRIC LIGHTS On Meter System. To Consumers: Tue Weat Shore Mills Co.. at creat ex pense have perfected tbeir electric liffbt plant to tne latest known apparatus, and re now able to go to tbe public with lyetem that will be satisfactory in price ana qnamy, as can oe snown by the fol lowing rates on and after March 1, Hi)3; Incandescent, all niuht. . . . $1.50 12 o'clock... 1.00 " 10 ... 75 Or by meter, 1 cent per boor. Installation Free of Charge For Particulars innuire of anv memW of the firm or at tbe ofllce. foot of Con- comly Mt. West 8hobs Mima Co., ' T. U. 1 rnllinger, President. As the Flax Grows So the Twine Lasts You can't go wrong if you buy MARSHALL'S! Twine. The 1893 make is now being delivered to customers. It is mado of the flax crop of 1890. WHY? Because the 1891 and; 1892 crops have been inferior. Marshall never uses in ferior flax. That is why his twine JPG. DIMELSO.V SAWPLEROOMS Wines, Liqnori and Cigars. Affent fur the GUIO.t RtesnMhlo Linn uid Ltu THING VALLA HUuunsblp Uoe. direct Also, uifntt (or "Hvrrink Trlbunen" anA Sreunka Amerlkauareu." corner of water and West Ninth BLreeb Astoria, Oreioo. IS THE BEST ! Sole Agents for Astoria, fit'- i! SAHRni?H Jr. f!ft