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THE DAILY ASTOlilAU, ASTOMA. WEIXNEyDA MOHKIHG, MAY 3 1803.
A1I0LT THE di r. Columbia envelopes are to be had at the Postoffice. The Nestucca cannery, the property bf Hiram Brown, has been sold to John Fox. A girl baby was born yesterday to the wife of J. W. Jones of Washing- ton street Suit was yesterday filed by C. H. Page against J. H. D. Gray et al., to recover the sum of $892.42. The salmon caught yesterday aver aged about 22 1-2 pounds. There was an Improvement In the catch. Michael J. Joyce yesterday proved up on a quarter section of land In section 6, township 5 north, range 10 west. The will of the late Mrs. Adair was admitted to probate yesterday. The administrator has not been appointed yet. Remember the Austin House at the Sea side la open the year around. The contents of Arndt & Ferchen's machine shop, sold yesterday, brought $1,650. The purchaser was Mr. James Dalgety. Call at the Albatross Fish Market for fresh salmon dally. Before the county court yesterday, the final account of the admin istration of the estate of F. P. Atkins was allowed. If you want some extra tine photos, Mooera' Is the place to get them. Oregon crown radishes are more plentiful in the market than hereto fore. Cabbage Is coming in abundance from California. Canceled United. States postagfe stamps wanted. See want ad. Mr. J. R. Lytle, one of the employes of the Western Union Telegraph Com pany, arrived In this city yesterday. He will preform the duties of night operator. Parties visiting in Portland can Bet The Dally Astorlan at Handley & Haas' newe stand, 150 First street. Indian Louis, Frank Phillips, and P. De Teal, were convicted of drunken ness yesterday before Judge Osburn. Phillips was fined $20, and the two lat ter $5 each. Free at Crow's gallery, a life-size crayon with every dozen cabinets or dered. Offer good for 30 days. An application was made yesterday to the county court for a reduction of taxes for indebtedness to the amount of $25,000. The property belongs to the Holladay estate. The application was denied. Wing Lee has just received a full llrif of Japanese curiosities and fancy goods. Will sell at cost. 529 Third street. A movement is on foot by some Sea side people to have Deputy Sheriff Mer rifleld removed. Before acceding to the request, Sheriff Smith will make an investigation o'f the circumstances In the case. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Fran cisco, Is our authorized a sent. This paper Is kept on file at his office. The steamer ITWaco was stuck for a couple of hours yesterday at the head of Sand Island. As there was a crap table on board which had been export ed from this city, the time was whlled away by a game with cheroots as stakes. The dealer captured everything In sight. J. W. Thompson, organist at the M 13. church, wishes to take a few more pupils In music, piano or organ. Ad dles, 689, Astor street. . Deputy Internal Revenue Collector Chamberlain, who has been looking af ter the registration of Chinese, suc ceeded but poorly ysterday, having se cured only two registrations. He went to Chinook in the afternoon, and from there will proceed to Portland and make his final report. There will be a coffee and cake so ciable In the Baptist church tomor row evening. All the friends of tlie church are cordially invited. Admis sion 15 cents, entitling to lunch. Deputy United States Marshall Gregg passed through town yesterday on his way to Portland, with the crew of the steamer Alice Blanchard, who were ar rested at Coqullle, where the vessel has been for some time, on a charge of mutiny. It appears that the men de manded to be paid at the rate of forty . nts an hour Instead of by the month, and a few days -ago when the steamer was leaking badly, and her engine room was full' of water, they refused to work unless their terms were complied with. They also demanded that the captain and cook take spells at the baling, as the pumps had been rendered useless. The were bounced over In the sum of $400 each to appear before the United States district court on a charge of mutiny. Buy "Pride of Japan" tea. Our own Importation; rich, pure, fragrant, and at no higher price than you usually pay for an Inferior one. Ross, Hlggins & Company. The location of the pleasure resort contemplated by Mr. R. L. Nolf and mentioned In these columns yesterday, has been changed to Fairfield, at the foot of Captain J. H. D. Gray's prop erty, instead of at Wllllamsport. This eliminates from the project the Boyn ton Bicycle railway, as Judge Taylor, of the Bay Railway Company, agrees to extend the motor line to the end of Taylor's addition, and Mr. Nolf agrees to build a plank walk to the proposed site o'f the boat house. This walk will be some 1200 feet In length, and will give a resort much nearer home. Mr. Nolf will today solicit stock sub scriptions, and In view of the small amount he requires to make the pro ject a success, it will be a source of regret should his efforts prove unsuc cessful. -. The logs from the big raft that broke away on the Lewis and Clarke river a (hort time since have nearly all been recovered, after almost incessant labor on the part of the, owners. Yesterday morning D. J. Ingalls and one of his neighbors succeeded in securing a few of the logs which had been appro priated by Chinese and others at Smith's point The Mongolians had taken a , cut worth about three dollars off one log, while a white man had per formed a similar operation on another, when they were caught and chased off. The raft which Included about 400,000 feet was the property of D. J. Ingalls, WatBon & Wlsner, Frank Dow, Frank Sales and the Olsen Brothers. The property recovered at Smith's point will be towed back to the Lewis & Clarke by the steamer Rich. Ryan & Co. 537, Third street, have Just received a full line of 1893 patterns in wall paper, and comprising all the latest designs and shades, at the low est prices. Call ana see mem. Sad Accident In Uppertown. An extremely serious but not neces sarily fatal accident occurred yesterday afternoon In Uppertown, and as a re sult Mrs. N. Nyman now lies in a pre carious condition. About 3 o'clock Mrs. Nyman, whose husband Is a butcher, for Messrs. Christenson & Co., took her husband's rifle In her hand and pra ceeded to demonstrate to him the ease with which she could handle the wea pon. Taking a cartridge, she Inserted it in the chamber and from there it was transferred to the rifle barrel, but In some manner became fast. After en deavoring for some time to extricate the cartridge, Mrs. Nyman grasped the weapon with both hands and dashed the butt against the floor. Instantly there was an explosion, and the unfor tunate woman dropped to the floor, apparently dead. The grie'f of the hus band at the terrible sight was pitiable. Mrs. Nyman soon showed sign of still being alive, and Dr. Estes was called. He responded promptly and was soon engaged in hunting for the bullet. When he was informed of the manner in which the rifle had been held at the ne the accident occurred, he looked near the' shoulder blade for the missile and was rewarded with success. Just aibbve the shoulder blade he found two chunks of lead, the ball having split by contact with either a portion of the lady's corset or against one of the bones which it struck. It was found that it entered at the lower and outer edge oT the left breast, and ranging up ward passed clear through the lung. Mrs. Nyman's maiden name was An nie Johnson, and she is only 19 years old. She is a great favorite with a host of friends. At last reports her condi tion was regarded as critical. y Sales of Columbia river salmon, says the San Francisco Herald of Trade, are reported at $1.37 1-2 for tails and $1.52 1-2 for flats. Astoria mall advices are confirmatory of a light run and more or less loss of boats or nets met by fishermen, with loss, In some instances, of life. From all we can learn canners on the river are rather indifferent about business, owing to the light profit in the business. On the Sacramento river nothing is being done. The United Norwegian Lutheran church, of the Pacific coast, will hold its district meeting In this city from Thursday evening the 4th, until Sun day evening the 7th. The meeting will open with services at 7:30 p. m. at W. Parker's Hall, Upper Astoria, All Scandinavians are cordially invited to attend the meeting. UNCLAIMED LETTERS. List of Letters Unclaimed at the As toria Postoffice. In applying for the letters referred to herein state when advertised. May 2, 1893. Anderson, Peter Baccerlch, Frank Baker, E. W. Barranlno, Bartolo Blrcotto, Bartolo Brunner, Henry Brantman, J. C. Carlson, Charley Clark, Miss Mary Carry, James R. Duncan, Albert Elexander, John Embysk, Karl J. Farrelson, Mrs. Hanson, Mrs. M. P. Hanson, G. Hannus, J. Hazelton, Richard Hill John H. Hoperaft, W. Dixon Hutchlns, J. B 2 Maston, Mattln Miller, William Nikavder, H. Nlckerson, Mrs.'M. Olson Ole Peterson, Marcus Phillips, Miss Jen'e Rautlo, August Resherman, John Ruble, Mrs. C. Salmle, Mrs. Mary Steward, L. S. ' - Teeson, ' Thomas ' Torgersln, Karl A. Tripp, Thomas " Warren, N. B. FOREIGN LIST. Erickson, August Hanson, J. O. J. Hemstrom, Erik Huhtasaari, J. P. Joensen, Julius Jorgensen, Reinert Lyng, Rasmus McDonald, Dan H. Ontero, Henry Rpsbed, C. E. ' Thompson, S. A. JAMES W. HARE, P. M. Guaranteed Core. We authorize our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption, Coughs, and Colds, upon thle condition. If you are afflicted with a Cough, Cold, or any- Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, and will use this remedy as directed, giving It a fair trial, and ex perience no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could be relied on. It never disappoints Trial bottles free at Chas. Rogers' Drug Store. Large size 50 cts. and (LOO SUPERIOR xo Aiiu OTHERS. Allcock's . Porus Plasters are the greatest external remedy of the day. The quickest, safest, surest, best. Not only Immeasurably superior to all other plasters, lut nia- to liniments, ointments, oils and slmllur unctuous compounds. Beware of imitations, and do not be deceived by misrepresentation. Ask for Allcock's and let no solicitation or explanation induce you to accept a sub stitute. - NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD. Office of a bow company has not been discontinued. Salmon and other ship ments solicited. Quick dispatch to all points East. Rates, and other information at office of the company. Steamer Telephone dock C. W. STONE. Agent. JEFF'S, Th2 . Only - Restaurant A Gross Insult To Ould Ireland. As the result of an Indignation meet ing recently held In New York, by a number of the Irish residents of that city, the park commissioners have de termined to change the names of the animals in the park zoo. The meeting was held under the auspices of the County Mayo Association and was amusing In the extreme: "If a new monkey arrives at the zoo., they call It Pat or Bridsret or O'Brien." said T. T. Tuney, in response to a call by the chairman. "If a new hippopot amus comes, they call it 'Murphy.' They hold the grand old Irish race and name up to ridicule. No graceful swan or liquid-eyed gazelle is called Pat or Bridget They call them Maud, or Reg lnald. or Duke of Buckingham, or some thing English. I tell you brothers, it Is an Infamous degradation to call sea- lions and baboons and chimpanzees and hippopotami after our brothers and sisters in the dear old country. We must rlze and smite this outrage." "Yes, the Irish must arise and stamp out this outrage," cried John McShane, of Kerry. The venerable Daniel O'Shea then took the floor. "Why, gentlemen," he began, "it Is a burning indignity long continued and entirely inexcusable. Only a few weeks ago a baby hippo potamus was born. Did they name It Princess of Wales? Not Did they name it Princess May, of Teck? No! They named it Murphy Miss Murphy 1 that goggle-eyed, thick-skinned, am phibious brute was given the good, old Irish name of Murphy." (Murmurs of Indignation.) "And, brothers," continued O'Shea, "we have rights here which must be respected. Who discovered this coun try? An Irishman named Brandon, 400 years before Columbus was born! We have a better right to live here than men from foreign parts." "Yes." shouted a Tyrone man in the back part of the room, "better than the English." "Ave." responded Mr. O'Shea, "we helped to drive the English from Amer ica once, and we can do it again. "The insult offered the noble Irish must not be tolerated any longer," ex claimed P. Maloney, of Kerry. "They Insulted us when they named that dirty chimpanzee Crowley, and his dirty wife Kitty Crowley. There isn't a monkey In the monkey house that Isn't a Mul liiran. an O'Brien, a Mahoney, or a Reilly. It must stop, and at once." Patrick Sweeney, also or Kerrey, saia the Irish had become the ruling power in the nation. "We give the demo cratic party our votes when it asks for them, and now we demand of that party, that this insult be wiped out." "Call the next baboon 'Balfour!, shouted a Klllarney man. "Or Johnny Bull!" cried a man from Cork. "And the next baby hippopotamus after one of Beatrice's little German- English Battenberg babies!" added a voice from Antrim. These sallies put the meeting In good humor. Then Patrick Mahoney took the floor aealn. "It has often made my flesh creep," he said, "to hear a baboon called a'fter a distinguished fellow-coun-trvman and christian friend of mine, Crowley. It has made my bloqd boll to hear that honored name made the laughing stock of every visitor at the zoo." CORRESPONDENCE. The following will explain itself; Astoria, May 2d. Editor of The Astorlan: sir: Will you kindly inform me what Is the origin of the name Bandorille, and oblige A READER., (The word is formed from a portion of each of three names. The first four letters are from the name Bandon, a town at the mouth of the Coqullle river; the next two are from the name of our state, while the last four letters are taken from the termination of the name Coqullle.) FUNERALS. E. W. Kuykendall, the leading under taker, having completed arrangements to purchase goods direct from the fac tories, regardless of middle men, has made a great reduction in the cost of funerals: $ 6.00 Coffins reduced to $ 3.00 8.00 Coffins reduced to 6.00 25.00 Coffins reduced to .... 18.00 WITH HEARSE. 36.00 Coffins or caskets re'd to 25.00 40.00 Coffins or caskets re'd to 30.00 60.00 Coffins or caskets re'd to 40.00 75.00 Caskets reduced to.... 60.00 125.00 Caskets reduced to .... 75.00 SPECIAL CASH DISCOUNTS. Welch Block, 718 Water St., Astoria, Oregon. A tare Core for files. Ttehtn Piles a.e known by moisture like perspiration, cauning Intense Itching when warm, mm lorm, as wen as minu, Bleeding or Protruding, yield at once to Dr. Rouinko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly on the parts affected, absorbs tumors, allays ucning ana neci a mrnunent cure. SOc. Drueidat or mall. Circulars free. Dr. Bosankg, 329 Arch street, Philadelphia, Fa. Sold by J. W. Conn. diilirea Cry forPilclisr's Cantoris PiiSlfS The only Pure Cream of Tartar P'.w!u. No Ammonia; No Alum. "Used ia Millions of lloaei- ,o Years the Standard WANTKTt. A YOUNG Gllil. TO DO LIGHT HUUPf woik two in tirs each day. Aiply iu Me iiinruii g. al 4ti8 Third Mitet. P.)U CASII-ONOKI.M) COLUMBIAN stump. DO o "I lMW ami IS), old U. H. od.H tn'S cio. &ti.d st iiui'.s wi.li puces Id 11. Stanley Cine. l'.;rt and, Orcein. - GHNTS-IF YOU WISH TO MAKK i0 A iV wi-ek, sullen orders lor our c Itbiiited ( rayons, Pastels and Wed Points. TEN hVCK FOltltt A I r CO.. Cuu-ag-i. ) 11. riUlAVEI-lNU HAIKSMKN, GKNF.RAL J gent nutt oatiViwi8, tanking for Iivkh salaries, bi( ccniuilmluns or noimu nroliit selling ail ' t 'C If of rare merit and prntectrd by a pale.t aimuld cmiimuulcale with the im-dert-Cned nt on. e. We rshiku lmge teitl urle ami prutict our renr-ttenuuiv s. Addiess, r ACIOHY, 178 and lt0 Commercial St., l.yuu Mass. SITUATION BY COMIMMKST. BOOK- rtir, rapid writer anil fiorou h In nc CJUnU, an I rluik. Au.ilre.s Gordon, Astoilan. A T ONCE, EM PLOY MEN L FOK MAN AM) wile. Ju quire at tilts office. LOT. TUB BOARO OK MISSIONS OK TH K Reformed cliu eh has auihorizjd me, to pu -chate a lot In suitable location in the cltv of Astoria, for the erection of a building b'e used for school and church purposes. Owm re of this kind of property would do well to ate me at once, or write, stating location and price. J. G. HOIIMID. FOH 8A.LK. A GOOD F18HING BOAT CHEAP. INQUIRE 01 o.n rmtiiauiv, xoung s nay. flAA ACHES LAND AND TIMBER ON AAjXJ Youiik's River. Rosd U finished for 1k ginu. 11 head of cattle and logging outfit . In quire 01 marcus nine. QQ ACRES ,35,00 PER ACttS IMPROVED OO farm UK land with Irolt tree-. 20 acres cleared, ) acres pasture, uweiiing non e, ware house and other bulldlnm. Half mile from Steamboat landing at Biookfleld, by boat or roan, inquire 01 owner on premises muo. u. n.. miui.LB.il, Jfn AAA WILL BUY 1,000 ACRES OF '"iCU.vUU tlinb r farming and Rrazlng, land. 'A splendid location for stock raising o . Gray 's Kiver Wahkiakum county, WashliKou, Lies on both sides of river. 3 miles from steam er landing Eighty acres cleared. Apply at inn owce lor lurtner luiorinaiiou. piHEAP A FEW CHOICE LOTS IN ADAIR'S Vy.Asioria-cav .this, near ran s. opinio at torney at law 173 Cass Htreet. LUST, NET ArlOUT 125 FATHOMS V MESH DEEP, abreast Toiiifu Point. inder please call at Fishermen's Packing Company. XTET-ABOUT 60 F .TI10MS, ABREAST OF IN Tnnirun Point. Owner ou have same l payliiR expenses and proving property, lu q aire at Kinney ' cannery, John Corbie. BOOMS TO JitCMT. THK MAIN STREET HOU.SE HAS MrEN newly lurutslied Uiroutiii'iut; nlc-i rooms foi rent by day, week, or month, by proprietui and manager, MRS II. SPELLMloK. COTTAGE NEXT DOOR TO B. C. HoLU en's. Seven rooms and basement for w jod. inquire next door. R OOMS IN A GOOD LOCATION FOR bousekecp ng, No. 273 Mala olreet. TWO DESIRABLE UNFUHNIhHKD KOOMb newly papered. Moderate reu'. Ki Tnirn street. NICELY FURNISHhD R )OMS BY DAY, week or mom h terms very reasonable at the Oriel, 716 Third Htreet. MMVULLASHOVti. CALL ON P. BAKKH. 478 THIRD STREET aud have your clothes dyed and cleaned. CKO. MCLEAN, OOHr-ER OLNEY AND A T tor streets, does a general biisltit sslu black- smithing and repairing. Help Wanted. Boys and Girls wanted for CAN MAKING. Apply at our office between the hours of 10 and 11 a.m. PACIFIC CAN CO. TANNING OF- Nets and Sails By the uae ot BARK - EXTRACT Manufactured by the Willapa Harbor Tanning Extract Co., SOUTH IiP.ND, WASH. Cosig l.alf the priire of tan bark, re quires no vuts or steam, and is ready for immediate nee by simply adding hot water. . For farther informntion apply to Wm. 13. ADALR, Agent, Astoria, Our Stock Represents Over 1000 Styles, Trouserings, Overcoatings, Suitings. Prices $5 to $50. Samples, Self.measurement TAILOI? Rules, and Tape-line 128 first street, MAILED FREE. Portland, Orioon. As the Flax Grows, So the Twine Lasts You can't go wrong if you buy KRSIMlL'S Twine. The 1893 make is now being delivered to customers. It is mado of the flax crop of -1890. TO! 3U:J Because, the 1891 and 1892 crops have been inferior. Marshall never uses in ferior flax. That is why his twine IS THE BEST ! Sole Agents ELMORE; SANBORN & CO, ELECTRIC LIGHTS Incandescent, nil niuht. . . . $1.50 " 12 o'clock... 1.00 " 10 " ... 75 For nnrtirnliirR lnnnirA nf ntiv mnmVuti )f the linn or at th office, font of Oon- eomlyBt. West Bhorb Mii.i.s Co., T. O. Trulhnger, President. in,. i!i:ii:i,.ov SAMPLE ROOK1S Wines, Liquors and Cigars Ai'(nl fur the UUION Bteftinsllip Line aud tin CUINU VALLA Steamship Line, direct. AlMi. aiHllt for "tiveiMka Tilhuni-n" urn 'veiinka AmerlkauHren." Oorner ot Water and West Ninth Htreet storla. Oregon. A.STOKIA IRON WORKS. Ouiidi'inly street, loot Jockxon, Aatorla, ()rKon, General Machinists & Boiler Makers Land and Marine Knirlnpn, Holler work, Steam boat unit uuinery Worn aHpeciulty, Owtingi of All Deioriptioni Made to Ordor at eaort riotios. )01.N FOX President and 8np i r wa v ice rr esiimi. ROSS, HICCINS A CO., Butchers - and - Grocers, Astoria and Upper Astoria. Fine Tess and Coff-M, Tahle Delicacies, Domestic and Tropical fruits, Vegeta ble, sugar cured hams, bacon, etc. CHOICE FRESH & SALT MEATS Has just received a Rue hue of WEDDING PKESEN.TS ronlstin(r of fllver Ron Bon Plhe', Fruit Dishr, iierry li es. Nut Fowls, Mustard I'uts, liiscult .lam. Celery (llaxsrs, Huir Tin Trays, Tin Cushions, Picture Frame, Mirnus, etc., all new goods and latent deslgus. Tide Table for Astoria. HAY. 111 (ill WATKIl. LOW WATKH. A. 1 h.m. P. K. h.m. I t A. V. p. x. 7q h. m. 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(Sucoeisors to Warren & Campberl), WAKRKN TON, OKKdON, - -Dealers In JDTUTT GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Eats, Caps, Boots, Shoes staple GROCERIES fa!,(,y Hard irare, Iron nd Steel, Crockery, Glassware Woodenware, Notions, etc. Hay, Grslu, Klour and Feed. MOTTO 1 "Kmall Fronts oa Cask RalM." fflercliant Steamship Cos Line, Connecting with Caaadlaa Paclrto Railway and China Stam Skill Line, Taking freight and pasienpeis for Port Ange les. Victoria, J'ort IVwnaeiiii, . cattle, Taomia, Whatcom, Fairhavcn, rai.aii'o, New Besliiilu Uer aim Vancouver : Lravli.u Astoila ; S. Hayllun KepiHillo S H. Wilmiiiiitoi S. .. Ilxytlsn Kei'Uhlic Freight received at Ilii-tler s whnrf, foot of Main Kt'eet. For further 1 nrilcnliirM apply at the office, earner Third and Main stieet. FEKOUMON MIUM . An's North Pacific Brewery JOHN.KOPP, Ptoprietor. Bohemian - Lager - Doer And XX Porter. All orders promptly attended to, Do You Know That the Weekly Astorian Goes Everywhere? 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