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TELE DAILY ASTOHIAN, ASTORIA, WEDNESDAY MOBNING, APBIL 5 1893,
c ABOUT TI1E CITY. A boy named H. Oustavson died In Uppertown yesterday morning A large consignment of hops has been received from Germany by John Kopp. The Infant child of Mr. and "Mrs. Tombbf, of Unlontown died yesterday morning. Dr. J. A. Fulton went east with Mrs. Fulton lost night on an eight weeks' trip. While away he will visit the med ical auxiliary conference at the World's Fair. The school directors have, It is said, concluded to appoint a city superintend ent of schools. It Is not yet known who the appointee will be, but several r.ames are prominently mentioned. Tonight the ball of Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias, will be held at Armory Hall, and Judging by the prep arations that have been made, It will be a signal and unqualified social suc cess. A very large number of tickets have been IsHued for the occasion, and the ballroom will be crowded when the first dance on the long program Is called Excellent music will be supplied Th rloslnir exercises of Miss War ren's Select School will be held In Llb- r.ti Hall .in the evening of May lth Miss Warren has been very successful in her efforts to establish a good pre. nnratorv school In our city and has de cided to employ an able assistant who will take entire charge of the primary department. Th? second story of the building In which the school Is now held has been secured and will be In readiness for next year's work, begin ning in September. If you want some extra nne photos, Wooers is ine piaca w gei umu. Mr. Breton, who dropped dead yes- orrtav mornina- In the New Tear restan. -onr win hft held at 1 o'clock this Bftf.rnr.nn from the undertaking par lors of Coroner Pohl. The Interment will be at Greenwood Cemetery. The .Wmmprl was an able seaman, and has been honorably discharged f rom several ships. His death was very suaaeu, as to all appearances he was In excellent fcooith nn tn the moment that he died. He was In the act of eating a piece of jneat when he was called away without a moment's warning. Call at the Albatross Fish Market foi fresh smelts Oaliy. Last Night's Council Meeting. The regular meeting of the city coun cil was held last night. Mayor Crosby was In the chair for the first time since his illness, and . he was heartily welcomed by the members. There were also present Councllmen Welch, Berg man, Barker, McGregor, Lewis, Thom son. O'Hara. Webber, and Langworthy The minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopted. A petition for a liquor license was re ceived from Pete Dourell. Councilman Bergman moved that the license be granted Councilman Welch sold that Dourell's was one of the worst dives In the city, and one of the most notorious In the country Councilman Lewis moved that the matter be referred to the committee on health and police. Councilman Bergman said that there was a receipt for $400 In the hands of the treasurer and he didn't see that Pete. Dourell was worse than anybody else The matter was referred to the com mittee A petition for a liquor license from Swan Wilson was gra.nted John Stevenson was given permis sion to move his saloon from the corner if i'ist and Washington, streets to First and Lafayette. A i.oiltlon from residents of Benton street for the establishment of u grade was T-'ened to the street c nnnilttoe A petition from several responsible taxpayers to improve !ie county road from Hillside cemetery 10 xoung o ay. Councilman Welch moved that the matter be referred to the committee on streets and public .ways Councilman Thomson anvnded with Instruction- to the street committee to ascertain whether a public street could not be onened through. In lieu . of county road The amendment was accepted Councilman McGregor thought that something could be done with the road at once. It was only delaying matters lo refer It hto a committee: The road was' being used every day of the week Cininpllman O'Hori urged the lm Drovement strongly.- Tha amended motion was carried A Detitlon from Wright, Wood & Bell stating that on account of bad weather, the Fifth street improvements had been More bogus Chinese certificates ,m.D,i nn vesterdav. This time the signature and seal of Judge Cleveland ss sz:aZ; r Mklng for an extension 10 .. . ...... nA r.f v..t ripen Drouum i ine niu.iii mvv to his attention. About a month ago . -Hfira.te that had been presented on the Canadian border was sent here. On examination Mr. Cleveland found that hla name and seal had been placed t Viatnn In a rather clumsy manner. Some certificates were Issued by him, w ho rnnk care to have them carefully lned bv merchants. When applied to .., k roniiires the Intending eme- Jllf", -"-'I" rr-cnt tn secure registration at Port land as a first step in the proceedings. Wing Lee has just received a full line of Japanese curiosities wm .. oft rpvl.1 afrt will sen ai cirau tw aih.v. Mr. R. Goulter, secretary of the II- RHilwav and Navigation Com pany, stated that the Washington can v.rmm have driven but few traps up u that the season lo uaic. cak--w i , . will be opened later that ever before closing a circular The matter was referred to the street committee. Froth several taxpayers asking for the ' Improvement of certain parts of T-afavette street, Referred to the street committee. From several property owners of Sev pnth utreet nskintr that It be opened and improved to the full widh from Olnev street to Polk street. : Referred to the street committee. From the W. C. T. U. of Astoria as follows: "Wo tho w. r. T. TI. of this cltv do tfnllv remonstrate acrainst on n-Hnnnrc lir-onalner gambling in As toria- ana also reiterate our ivrnier natiHnn that nn nrdi nance be nassed In conformity with the state law pro hibiting gamming. Received and placed on file. A committee from EC S. Worsely en- from the Pacific in thB history of the salmon business. There was more building done on the peninsula last summer and tne past winter than during any previous two .,,.- Murine- its history, in liwaco es- -i.,iiv the radd growth is particu larly noticeable, while along the beach t inoronjiPfl value of the houses erect- .ed recently conclusively point to the permanency of the North Beacn as a favorite watering place. ., rji n.ilM nf f!rHPft Church q annin.hio and Bale in tne ",?'-. i wvm Thursday evening. April 13. A short musical program has been prepared. Admission tree. . t r. and N. Co. has let the con tract for the building of a new naptha ih tr used as a tender to the ,t.mf.f ilwaco. The craft will be used i- vminir nasseneers between II 111 waco and the head of Sand Island. She will combine both speed and light draft, the dimensions being us follows: Length ad-fire roast Association, of fire enters vocatinsr the appointment of a marshal In every city on the coast. Referred to the committee on fire and water. The reDOrts of several committees were received and adopted. The special committee to report on the condition of the cemetery bulkhead reDorted as follows: We your committee appointed for the purpose of InvesUgating into the condi tion or the new woouen uuuvurau u" h coat nine nf the oltv cemetery, beg leave to submit the following report: We have made a personal examine tlon of the work and have found It to Holnniriated state. We be lieve, moreover, that under the existing conditions it was lmpracucauie num ...mintiv cimmr to withslana the IUIC BUH1W6HIIJ pressure to which it would necessarily be subjected. The height of the bank Is from 18 to on .t fnr a. rnnslderable DOrtlon Of Its i(v, Tha distance between the n. i J fS L- street street bounaary anu me iui . . . la Ktlt 1 n foAt 50 feet: bred th of beam, 9 feet. The en- Tne 8, whlch the ground would nines which will be built by the Pacific naturally assume is about li-i nori gines, wmi.ii " - tlrJ a Wooden bulk nnnllnn I 'rtmnjinv 1 11 iZICklL nwn-i"""! t .... about licensing gambltng, In the city lately, and that he had decided to In troduce an ordinance for the total pro hibition of the evil. This statement was a complete surprise to many-of the councllmen who were looking for the introduction of a license ordinance. The ordinance was read a first and second time. Councilman McGregor said that he understood that there was no law in force on the books of the city concern ing gambling, and he thought It was necessary to do something about the matter at once. He .would therefore move that the rules be suspended and that the ordinance be read a third time and nlaced on its final passage. Coun cilman Welch seconded, Councilman O'Hara opposed the mo tion. He objected to things being rail roaded through the council. He asked the promoters of the ordinance to De a little more neighborly and not rush things through. This was all a matter of spite work on the part of the intro ducer of the motion Councilman Barker asked the mayor tr. r-nii Mr. O'Hara to order, ana w make him confine himself to the ques t,.n t ico. Inst pi rl of making it a nloak to insult his fellow councllmen. Wor the final passage: Lewis, Barker, McGregor, Welch, Langworthy, Web ber. Thomson AeralnBt: Bergman, and O'Hara, The ordinance was therefore held over till next meeting, The following ordinances were then .Ion It with f!ouncilmnn Bergman: Raising the aaiarlps of the chief of police, captain, and patrolmen, to 123, U00, and $90 per month respectively. Referred to the po ll commission. The two ordinances to pay the city treasurer $150 for clerk hire, ana to purchase a safe from him were both lest. An ordinance raising the salary of the city auditor to $1500 per year was The ordinance Introduced by Air Thomson for the removal of obstruc tions on the sidewalks was passed. Several claims against the city were then rvmri1 and allowed. Councilman Welch Introduced the fol lowlnt resolution: Resolved: That the regular meetings of the council be held on each Tuesday at 3:30 D. m. Councllmen Barker and O'Hara ob- ipoted to the resolution. Councilman Lewis supported the mo tion. It was absolutely necessary, in or der to rush the street work through In time for the summer season. -'t Councilman Thomson supported the adoption of the resolution which Was bv a maiority of one, Councilman Welch introduced the fol lowing resolution and moved its adop tion. That the street committee be In structed to take such steps as they may deem necessary and in accordance with tho law arovernlne such cases, to con demn or purchase sufficient ground at the connection of Seventh street in wc- nim'. Actnrin with Arch street in Shlvely's Astoria, The resolution was adopted The council then adjourned A remarkably Interesting paper based mnn a ireful study of the last census la contributed to the Engineering Mag azine by Mr. Richard H. Edmonds late editor of the Manufacturers' Kecora His paper is entitled "A Decade of Marvelous Progress," and the charac ter of the information which It contains fully Justifies the choice of the title. The reader will see at a glance that not nnlv has the country grown largely in population, but that.it has taken the lead among all the countries in tne world In manufacturing, and has de veloped irt enormous measure its agri cultural, mining, railway, and Bhippmg interests. The conclusions reached by the writer with regard to the progress of the next decada are of striking in terest. WAJtTKD. AN ACTIVE PERSON, OF GOOD CHAKAC tr, to travel with expenws paid, rejire ssiiting established houiw ; salary 7W. lncree: enclose reference and iwlf addressed suiuped envelope, Ueneral Mauaner, Uuwer ?. Chicago. GIRL RORURNKRALHOUSKWOUK. CALL at 278 M ill u ttreet. rait BALIS. CUEAr- A FEW CHOICE LOTS IN ADAIR'g A8torla-Ea.iv terms. HuoFranlc 8ollUe at torney at law 173 Cass Street. OVNDAY AFTERNOON BKTWKfcN EN v.. dm l.iill.lii.ir and IT. H.doCk. an A. 0. U. v! Quarts Watch olmrm. Kinder will lie norniiy rewarueu uj iriuimus Kkstrom's Jewelry Store. T7UVB R0OM8 FOR HOUHK KKKriNU EftBl K l.ollnn in nllv miitlllW. W. I. CRAM- FORI), 1X Genlveve BtreeU TWO DESIRABLE UNFURNISHkD ROOMS 'newly papered. Moderate reu'. BGJTlilrd sueei.. O ROOM8 SUIrABLK FOR ilOUSKAXBr- -t ... ... u.nJ ... iiiir.irUl.d AUti fur- uished rooms for lodgers. No. 215 W.Otli t. LOST. BOOMS TO BUST. tJNUKNISUED BOOMS. INQUIRE AT oillce. NICF.hY KliRNIiHFD R (O.MS B Y D KY, wok or mouth terms very reasonable at ine orw, i intra otrti. ---J , .ii t rinu'P unlTWIf Gfiiund floor, good location. Inquire at 1 1119 eiuw. MISVELLAXEOUH. OBHlRN'S HOTKL 167 WEsT BIX1H Strtet. Alb. Ualder. l'roprletor. nates per (lay - - - - oiuirir mrnis ----- . ' . 1 : ... 1 . 1- 1 nnA lift Averyiiiuig in ".cpf in .ui f.i " " .... our tos.b o saiB.jr wyoijfwu wnu .tw - vau, vw (All ON P. BAKER. 478 THIRD STREET J ana uav your cioinos uyeu aim uiciuicu Eoi Mclean, corner olney and ah- suiltliliig and repairing. THE QUESTION: 1. What is the distinction between a shrub and a tree? 2. Does knitting the brows assist the process of thinking? 3. what is the origin of the phrase "At Sixes and Sevens?" 4. Are there anv means of rendering gunpowder non explosive without wet ting it? Answers must be in by Saturday noon. Please send full name, school and class you belong to. Tn TAanAviaa f niimflrnnci ronnoefa rrra fair A pleasure in. inviting all pupils of private schools IQ eater wis uujjj.juwli.uij. ovojy wccdu Tne age or tne contestant muai ne statea. TJKtCOCKy HECOND HAND 8T0U8 815, M Ti.ir.1 Kt.ront. i.iivn Rnd anils new and see- oud-hnd lurulture. rtivnesi casn price pwu, YOONQ & LEWIS, AGENTS AND DEALERS 1A rail ontHtA -nd Oregon Plna Lrndl. 616 iUcond street. Cltylats and acreage, Tongue Point property, Flavtri propertr, all 011 easy tcrnis. ie-are fruit and chicken tracts elose to town. cnt-ap. Best thing on the market. J. O. JNTII33VEI, . Has ust received a Una hue ot WEDDING PEESENTS ronvlstme of fllver Bon Bon Dlshe', Fruit Dlslies, Berry Ins es.Nut Bowls, Mustard Pots, Biscuit Jars, Celery Glasses, Hair Pin Trays, Pin Cushions, Picture Frames, Mirrors, etc, all new goods and latest designs. FarraptPost&il -5 Will give a- CAXICO BA.LL 41 For ttealdofthimemoilal luud, at , Fisher's Hall, April 14th. Two Drizes will be siven for the neat est dressed laay. Calico will be the only material need in aresses. Price of admission. 81. Ladies free. in h nf fifteen horse power. The con traet for the construction ot the hull ,.. lot hv President Lot mis to a i cri l.nJ firm a. few days ago. The officers - ---- - J ft 1 th ..omnanv expect the launch will do- velope a speei of at least ten knots an hour. Swope & Slater will be pleased to furnish estimates on Interior decora oil mhn rail or address 459 Fourth street. UILIL I v. ' " , , , v.j D..r,rt thin bank should have at lekst, a slope of 6 inches to the loot. It can thus be seen tnai a wan .u -nn,tinn- 1.9 tn l would take on 7 foot of the 10 we have. We still have the surcharge stanamg; irom iu . .hnn. tho Tnn or ine waai. u.m quiring from 6 to 9 feet more to bring t- rt tta natural slooe. Saying notmng 01 iue wowia, .1 k-xtinap iia iriiiii id icv v .-" Y-..i it n m a. 1-r.l.ln t TPIP IIIIK'H C-ivi 10 1WI .itoi-ii- w 7. i All . n tnaM fit the lOtS. All irom o to . a--. -"-.w - - of which have been sold and many or which have Deen w.ruicu - The reKUlar monthly meeting of the sluerable time. The effect of this would x K ' . I . . . -h ramnval nf a num- C. R. F. P. U. was held last everiinE the rooms of the union. The most lm--,(nr matter that came up for dis cussion was the question of the price of salmon. After a thorough discussion on nf the Question it was de- IJ& IM4 elded that $1.15 per flsh should be de manded. The membero or tne union ..- th.i if the cannery men do not " cay their price, all the catch can be -nAn zlfflT.n.el or. A jeitcr De to n-cNimic vhv - . . ber of the bodies, or the desecration of lri?y.---oelnfr fltl fin. Til On 88 tO the legality of such a proceedln... we hslieve It to be very Improbable that the- parties interestea woum .u...... Tt ctQii ufmi to have been in un dertaking the work at all. There is no disguising the ract mat me is in a disgraceful condition, and that .i-- hi ru rtnnc in the matter. but the opinion of your committee is that a wooden ouiKneaa i nui f'k ATTENTION, SIR KNIGHTS. Atm-is. Division No. 1. Uniformed Rank, Knights of Pythias. You are hereby notified to meet at Pythian Cas tle Hall this (Wednesday) evening, at 7:30 sharp. By order A. A. U-.iViiArN', Sir Knight Captain. NOTICE. ixu .v.ki. it the Plnneer a.n.1 His- a ii itv.i.wCT - - - . , . a,.it drp rpmipRted to attend .i r.,,i nt th into John M. Knlve- L11C v. v..w ly to be held at Mrs. Daggett s resi dence today at i:w p. m. J. H. k. UKAI, vice rreoi tv. romiinr mn-thlv business meet ing of the Young Men's Christian As- -pln.tlnn will be held lo-inonow rvwi ir Thniuiiav. at R o'clock in the as Bembly room or tne associu-uon. ah .... ... irtort1 In -vmnastics. whether members of the association or not, are invited to attend a meeting at the building on Tnursoay evening iiu morrow) at 8:45 o'clock for the purpose li4r4n a r.rnr.Hitlnn to CeH a Mi Luii.i-i - .--r w - - gymnasium under the auspices of the association. t..o f-nm ;w York a. laree ana handBome line of ladles and Misses wraris and Jacket- at uonens xjow Price Store. OUT OF SIGHT. ru 4mtln- nuhllft are now fully xii ....- rt i - - ..u.. - it., fa,- that th rhlcaeo. un- IXliV II. . w. - - . - ion Pacific & North-western Line offers the very beat accommodations 10 ine public from and to Chicago, Omaha and Inrnnviail Ot rift I nt nnt nnlv durine the liivcniicun-w f v' " " t - World's lair, nut an iije year ruunu. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO., WILLIAM WU,ON, Prop. FEED - AND SALE - STABLE General ExDress and Delivery Business. Dfflee 119 Olney street Stables foot of Wst niliin si, Afliori . xcirLiuuun nv. -n. H.B. PAEKER DEALER IN Lime, Brick, Band, Fire Brick. Fire Clay Cement, Mill reea.uaw, straw xiair, , Wiind Delivered to Order. Draying, Teiming ud Kxpresi Bui&iu. As the Elax Grows, So the Twine Lasts ' Youcan't go wrong if you buy MARSHALL'S Twine. The 1893 make is now being delivered to customers. It is mado of the fax. crop of 1890. WHY? Because the 1891 ond 1892 crops liave " been inferior. Marshall never uses in ferior flax. That is why his twine IS THE BEST Sole Agents for Astoria, ELMORE, SANBORN & CO. iur--W Merchants I on Meter Svstem. 1 1 1 v 1 w BOOTS AITI) SHOES The Largest Stock, Best Quality and Lowest Prices at the 81gn of The Golden Shoe. J-OXX-ST ULJHLN Foard & Stokes anooianQ Dealert in Glassware, Crockery, Blilp Snpplles, lobaeco. Wines and Fine WhhkieR. Fine Teas and Coffee a Hpecialty. The Finest Display ol ........ - 1. - . 1 . . . . ..d. UuaM U.BII,1I. FI U1I8 lu i.ty, ncsi. v.. " J Comer ol Third and West ElxiitU BUetts. On Meter System. H To Consumer: , The West Shore Mills Co.) at arcat ex pense have perfected their electric light plant to the latest known apparatus, and are now able to go to the public with a system that will be satisfactory in price 1 1 . L - I 1 1 u 1 ana quality, no cud ue buuwu uj iiw - lowing rates on ana alter juarcn i, lw ; lnoandesoent,allhiKht.... $1.50 . - 12 o'clock... 1.00 10 ... 75 Or by meter, 1 cent per hoar. Installation : Free of -Charge Fnr nnrliclilnm innnirfl of flllV member of the Arm or at the office, foot of Con oomly r3t. West Bhobs Mii.u Co., X. U. lruilinger, rrebiueui. Safes, Fireproof. m MAinti-aA a irttrta nfu Vftfit In atrw; the 47, Third St., Bl EUle Offlo. natduoodM tke bert. Terms Terr y 111 M It LIU L" r T. -1 man t 0. 33. WYATT -Dealer In Hardware and Ship Chandlery, Pnre Oil, Bright Varnish, Binacle Oil. Cot tou Caorajt, ilemp Ball Twin. Ird Oil, WroutW Iron Hplkes, Ualvanlzted Cut NalU arooorloB, 3to. AgrlcullurBl ImplemePts, Sowing lltr RiaclilneK, JPlni sud Oils. readily dispose- ui. - inaij " " "..U ".hT we have not . o -mrnlnent firm Ol nsn uenra. tr rc.j. J. .hi. mof- , , 1 been caiiea upon 10 reixm in Chicago offering to take all salmon "-.Vwould urgently recommend that uo to thirty tons montniy oun immediate action De " .almon season. No action was taken ng toward the removal to intMTpd in1 " th matter. It is the intention of m p.ace o, u,. v.. . I 1 n m irmvn 1 J TTinn fieerelary Jensen sayu, 10 w MrOreeor. Isaac Bergman, . fi.mrp time, a large win'inm rhadwlck. Richard Harry esiaD.um, . - .T.ronmmlttee. c-uinery in wmcn w pu, ... - . . . tne com t- Tl.ln. -rill hav ine OBSIBUUH.- Ul lcw.... . - in- u.i.v.. . tj ii,. mit illnrnn. The reDorts or officers' salaries werei received, and warrants ordered drawn In nsvmfflt Councilman Welch Mid that there I tad lately been a great deal of talk RfQlfoj Uher labor organizations throughout the country in disposing of the canned goods. JEFF'S, Tin Mj Ecstaurant. 1 (MM - a m mu. I m fa lBiT3 R aitin mm The only Pnre Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum. Vsed in Millions of Home j- 40 Years the Standard AUG. DMIELSON, SAMPLE ROOMS Wines, Liquor and Cigar. ' agent far tne OU ion nteanunip um ann im IHINU VALLA btoaiiwhlp Line, direct Als.1, SRent tor 'Hvenska TrlDunea" an1 Svenaka Amerlkanaren." Oorner ol water ana wesr niotn ditd-i. Astoria, Oregon. JlSTORIA irom wobiw, Ooncumly street, loot Jacknon, . Antorla. Oreiion. General HaebinisU & Boiler Kakcrs Land and Marine Enrlne. Boiler work. Steam- Doac sua Winery nuia oioviiuiij. Cutingi of AH Sswriptions Md t. Ordw at JOLN FOX...-, rreirt'lent and Bup- , L. FOX vice rreniaen 'fYes! Yesl Yes! Positively the Very Best!" Portland Branch THE- fOOISOC-G fiiiier COMPANY'S - Rubber Boots, Shoes, and Lawn Tennises PORTLAND, Oft. Call and see us or send or ders direct. Correspondence solicited. ROSS. HICCINS A CO.. Butchers - and - Grocers, Astoria and Upper Aitorla. Pins Teas and CofWu. Table Dsllcaeles, Domestle and Tropical Fruits, Vegeta ble, sugar cured bains, bacon, etc. CHOICE FRESH & SALT MEATS CARUAHAU & CO 8necorttoLW.CMe, Importer and Wbolesals and fiUU dealer in GEIiXHAL KEECHAIIDISE Cor. Baoond n4 Cm gtnMt, A8T0BIA, 0KE0ON North Pacific Brewery JOHN KOPP, Proprietor. Bohemian - Lager - Beer; And XX rorter. All 0 derspromptty attended to, HUNTER & MERGENS, rroprletors of tbe Portland BufctisnnjCosfMsIs tomtit iuiiiwa Wen ktuu ireet 1 1.