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TUB DAILY . ASTOniAH, ASTOltJLA, SUNDAY MOliNINtt, MAY 7 18D3.
ABOUT THE CUT. Strawberries are to be purchased In the market. Workmen were engaged yesterday repairing the road bed of the street railway. A two-story residence Is under con struction near the brewery. It Is for William Wilson. German nervines will dp held as us ual at the Congregational church this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Meany Is the leading tailar and pays the highest cash price for fur skins. The bolls and gongs of the entire fire department were tried yesterday and found in perfect order. If you vnnt some extra Itne photos, Mooers' is the place to get them. The bills for supplies and attendance upon . Olson, the small-pox patient, have been approved by the board of health. Remember the Austin House at the Sea side Is open the year around. One of the largest bears ever seen In these parts was recently killed near Engle Cliff. The skin was purchased by P. J. Meany, and la now being dressed. Canceled United- States postagje stamps wanted. See want ad. The gas engine recently usad in the Lannetar office was attached yesterday by Sheriff Smith on a judgment grant ed sometime ago against Saarl and Hakqulst. The new and revised prayer book find hymnals can now be had at Griffin. & Reed's The election to vote bonds for J10. 000 for the erection of the propused schoolhouse In Uppertown wis held yesterday. The voting was light, but all were in favor of the school. For all kinds of Job printing, go to Del. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorian build ing. Nearly all the Portland people who came down to attend the sociable given by the Worklngmen last evening, re turned on the steamer Thompson last night, leaving this city at 12 o'clock. Fresh fish received at the Albatross Fish market daily. Salmon 10 cents per pound. The excess of passengers over the number that the Danube Is allowed to carry amounts to 323, entailing a pen alty of over $16,000. The steamer was, as has been stated, also libeled on oth er counts. Parties visiting In Portland can get The Dally Astorian at Handley & Haas' new stand, 159 First street. One of Sherman's horses made a hole In the planking on Fourth street yes terday, and was in imminent danger of breaking his leg for a minute or two. He was placed on "planka" flrma again, however, without Injury having resulted. Del. Ferguson, general Job printer, Astorian building, upstairs. First class work at reasonable rates. An accident occurred at the Union Pacific wharf yesterday which resulted only In the immersion of William Bensch, In the cold waters of the har bor. The victim was trucking freight and Blipped, falling overboard, the truck going after him. Truck and man were rescued nothing the worse. Free at Crow's gallery, a life-size crayon with every dozen cabinets or dered. OfTeT good for 30 days. "Last year the fishermen scarcely made wages," said Sofus Jensen, the secretary of the Fishermen's Union, yesterday, "and although they have done a little better this year, the scar city of fish may well be viewed with alarm by the canners and those de pendent on salmon fishing for support for themselves and families. Of course," he continued, "a few men who care nothing for their lives, get good catches by going out In the breakers, but for every one who gets a good catch, there are two who get scarcely any. The men are simply living on the hope of better times coming." Wing Lee has just received a full line of Jupanese curiosities and fancy goods. Will sell at cost. 529 Third street. Another oniashup, occurad yesterday at the grading tramway onOlney street About 3 oclock, when a carload of earth was being run down to the dump, the windlass gave way and both the down car and the returning empty truck rushed at a terrific speed to the bottom of the steep incline. The work man hearing the unusual noise, cleared out of the way, narrowly es caping the heavily laden truck, which with the empty one went overboard and was smashed to pieces on the rocks below. The graders hauled up the pieces and by night had repaired the trucks sufficiently to resume work tomorrow morning. L. P. Fishw, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' exchange, San Fran cisco, is our authorised agent. This paper is kept on file at his office. Professor Lyman presided at the meeting of the Rescue Club, last even ing and Miss Mamie Fannon was pi anist. After prayer by Mr. Lyman the following program was successfully rendered: Recitation, Miss Myrtle Ellin; Recitation, "Jennie McNeil," Miss Kajtie Wirt; Recitation, Miss Florence; Reading, "The Present Cris is," Professor H. S. Lyman; Piano so lo, Miss Olga Noe; Vocal duet. Misses Pearl and Frankie Holden, Miss Pearl Holdcn accompanist; Song, by Miss Bertha Fannon, accompanied by Miss Fannon; Recitation, Miss Myrtle Bllnn; Recitation, "The Fireman's Story," by Benjamin Strobel. The committee on program for next week was appointed as follows: Charles Fricke, C. E. Hoop er, and Miss Olga Noe. Three persona signed the pledge. A young girl is wanted to do light housework, two hours each day. Apply in the morning at 468 Third street. Any one can be his own coal oil in ppertr by using a thermometer and a little common sense. It should be re' mcmbered that any oil whose flashing point is below 120 degrees is extremely unsafe, but most people are not aware that neither apparatus nor technical skill is necessary in order to test the flashing point of any sample of oil Any one can make the experiment for himself by taking a pint cup, filling it nearly full of water, and placing It on the stove with a thermometer in it. When tha water has reached a temper ature of 120 degrees, take off the cup, and pour a teaspoonful of the oil to be tested on the surface. Stir it with the spoon, so that the oil shall be thoroughly heated, then pass a lighted match closely over the surface. If the oil ignites it Is unsafe end should not be used. Ryan & Co. 637, 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 and see them. About 3 o'clock yesterday the lookout at Point Adams telephoned to the life saving station that there was a wreck of some description at the bar. The lifeboat was manned In a minute or two and was off to the scene of the wreck, which from the lookout's sta tion, appeared to be two boats that had been overturned by running afoul of each other. Before the crew had come back, the steamer Ilwaco had left Fort Stevens for this city, and it has not yet been learned whether the occupants were saived or lost. One boat could be seen In tow of the life- boat when the latter was headed for home, and one of the passengers oh the Ilwaco stated that the lifeboat ap peared to have Increased the number of her occupants. No further particu lars were obtainable last evening. J. W. Thompson, organist at the M. church, wishes to take a few more pupils In music, piano or organ. Ad- uiv?ss, 5S9, Astor street. Never before in the history of Sea side Lodge was there such an attend ance as that which fairly crowded Cas tie Hall to the doors last evening. So much interest, Indeed, was manifested in the entertainment lhat there wns barely standing room, much less Beat ing accommodations for the members and thlr families. There were but one or two changes made in the. program already published. The musical num bers were rendered in a delightful manner and each was enthusiastically received. Lack of space will not permit of a detailed account, but suffice It to say that Seaside Lodge may well feel proud of the successful termina tion of the affair. The f.ict lhat the arrangements had been so well made with a view to variety in the program and that there was no dragging, was an especially enjoyable feature. At the conclusion those present sat down to a sumptuous supper, 'which, it is needless to say, was also appreciated. 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, Higgins & Company. Twenty-nine applications for mem bership in Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W., were handed In last evening and acted upon at the lodge meeting which preceded the sociable. This in the largest number by nine that was ever received on any previous occa sion. A wrong impression has been en tertained by many persons who have recently discussed the rules governing the Worklngmen regarding the time when beneficiary certificates take ef fect. It haa been Btated that these do not take effect until the holders have been members for six months. The statement is erroneous, as the benefi ciary certificates take effect the min ute the member takes the Workmen's ! degree. That the knowledge of this I fact alone is worth considerable in I some circumstances, was evidenced a few days ago in the cases of two mem bers of Seaside Lodge, one of whom had been a member but four weeks, and the other having merely put in his application. The men referred to are fishermen, named Edward Edllng and Margldo Tenssn, and they were capsized near the ban When their frail craft overturned there seemed but little prospect of succor, as they were wall out toward sea, and it seemed only a question of time when they would be washed off the bottom of the boat. In this dilemma, the thoughts of the men naturally turned to the wives and little ones at home. Neither of the two were well off, but the consolation that Edllng received when he realized that his wife and little ones would have $2000 In case he died made his apparently near end much less terrible. Not so with Yensen, who knew that his loss meant destitu tion to those left behind. But the life saving crew from Fort Canby picked up both, and now they are thank ful not alone for their escape from a watery grave, but because, also, that they are members of Seaside Lodge No. 12. A. O. U. W. LADIES' TEA Is a pleasant drink, which will be borne by the stomach without nau sea or griping. It acts thoroughly on the liver, kidneys and reproductive or gans. A gentle physic, efficient diu retic, and is most useful in scant or painful menstruation. It aids diges tion and reduces corpulency; clears the complexion, rendering it fair, and re storing the natural tone of the skin, for it removes the bile, which by ac cumulation, produce the sallow, mud dy complexion, peculiar to the con stipated. Sold by all druggists. NOTICE! Use Zlnfandel win lnteaa of coffee or tea. 60 cents per Ballon..Dont forget Peach and apricot brandy, also French Cognac and wine at Alex. Gilbert's. CWilr en Cr j fcrPitcJiep's Castcrla The gear and chute for putting the spars' on board the bark Western Belle wero arranged yesterday. The spars, which weigh fifteen tons each, have not yet arrived. The bark George S. Homer, 12C0 tons, Captain Hemeon, is now out 123 days from New York for this port. She put into Bahai prior to February 2, with her main and mizzen top-gallant masts gone. The British ship Cabul, 1397 tons, Captain Doyle, is on the way to this port from London, 136 days out. The steamship Campania was due to leave New York yesterday on her maiden trip across the Atlantic from this side. The tug Astoria still remains out of commission. Her boilers have been condemned. The British ship Crofton Hall, Cap tain Lyons, 2074 tons, now out 117 days from Liverpool, has not been spoken Elnce she passed Deal, as far as has been reported to date. The total tonnage on the way to As torla at the present time is 25,127 tons, against 10,329 tons for Puget Sound. Last year at this time there was ton nage on the way here amounting to 24,205, while in 1891 the figures only reached 22,870 at this time. It is wor thy of note that for the last three years there was an increase in the ton nage on the way to the Columbia, and that there was a decrease in the Puget Sound business. The barkentlne Portland arrived in yesterday afternoon. WAXTEO. JAPANKSK COOK wsnta a placa in private family or boanlli . Addresr. W. 8., oaie this ullics AOU.Nti UIKL To l)i LIGHT HOUHr' wmk Iwn h- itrs eaeli day. Apply In tlie Morning, -.t 4' Third wreet. HUH CASIl-CNCKI.VD COI.UM1IIAN L' stamps, 80 e ol 1888 and 1&K, old 11. 8. nd li nes etc. 8ei.il stumps wub prices to II. Mauley title, Portland, Ureg.m. A IIKVTSIlf VAIT VVIUir Ilk ixtu-i . A- - - -J - v. i.-hjn . yr ill 1 V i'j yJ Week, tollcil orders lor our clebrnte'l i r;ivoi.s. Pastels ai d Steel Points, TEN KYCK ii'iun.Mt mi.( iiii'hk i, '1. mKAVKUxl. rAI.F.SMKN. (1KNKR X fgeut mid canvnseiH, tanking lor lane salaiiea, big commission or .minimus profit selling an art'ole of raro merit and pri'tecied y a pmt" i. s.u.uui communicate wun tne nn declined at on e. Wo nasiim lareii toirl niin and pnt'ef our N-.-r-seniit.ivon. Addnw, KaCIOKY, 178 and ISO Commercial 8t.. Ljmi niav). O ITU AT ION BY OOMPKIENT BOOK r eeif r, rapid writer an I tln-rouvh In no- Couuls, uii'i clem. Aduress uorco, ahioiihii. TONCE, EUPI-OYMUNTFOK MAN AM) L wire. it quire at tnis nince. The steamship Orgon came in yester day from San Francisco. She had con siderable freight for merchants in this city. The steamship State of California sailed, yesterday for San Francisco. PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. Geo. Hazzard, of Tacoma, is In town. . Mrs. Kate Hobson came up from San Francisco yesterday. Mr. W. H. Barker returned from San Francisco yesterday. Mr. G. F. Newton, of Portland, was In the city yesterday. Mrs. F. L. Purvine, of McMlnnvllle, Is a guest of Miss Ethel Andrews, of this city. Mr. T. L. Collins, of Chicago, was among the arrivals at the Occident yesterday. ' Mr. M. Mendelsohn, of Moscow, Ida ho, came down from Portland yester day morning. Attorney J. 1i. Smith was a passen ger on the State of California for San Francisco yesterday. Dick Carruthers, who has been at tending the Stanford University in California, returned yesterday. The Misses Mabel and Virginia White came up from San Francisco yesterday. They will spend the summer the guests of Colonel and Mrs. James Taylor. Mr. W. Slme, one of the old-time members of the Olympic club, of San Francisco, and formerly one of that club's best athletes, Is in the city. Mr. Slme Is a brother-in-law of Cashier Jones, of the firm of Corey Bros. THE JUDGE AND THE GIRL. James Payne, the English novelist, gives an odd instance of mispronun ciation. During an action of nuisance and trespass brought by one neighbor against another, a witness was put Into the box who made a great sen sation. "Miss lies," . he said, "was thrown over the wall not only once, but half a dozen times." Stop, stop," said the Judge, "why, we know nothing of this. W'r.o was Miss lies, and why .did they throw her over the wall so repeatedly?" And after all, it wuj only the wit ness peculiar method of p-oiicuncliig 'missiles." ... GREAT AIR. Tid-Bit: "And is the air healthy here?" asked a visitor to a mountain resort. "Excellent, sir, excellent. One can become a centenarian here in a little while." Specimen Cases, a. H. .Clifford. New Cansel. Wis., was troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism. his stomach was disordered, his liver was affected to an alarming decree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Elec tric Bitters cured him. Edward Shpherd, Harrlsburg, Til., had a running sore on his leg of elKht years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Ar nica Salve, and his leg la sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., had five large Fever sores on his leg, doctors said he was Incurable. One bottle Electric Hitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by Chas. Rogers, druggist. REDUCED RATES ON THE UNION PACIFIC. I'T. THK BOARD Of MISSIONS OK T1IE J Reformed cliu'cli Inn but lioriz -d me. to purcDam a tot pi stumoie iochiiou in tne city of Astoria, for the erection of auulldlnir be nied for school and clmrcli purposes U uen i f tm Ulna oi property wi nni tin wen (u see me ut once, or write, stating location and trice. j. . isctiMO. ran 8 ALU. .Commefielnff May 1st. -round trip rates to Chicago will be reduced to $98.50; Omaha, Kansas City and Soux City, $80. ; Denver, $70. ' Tickets good via other lines returning. For further Information call at ticket office U. P, dock. G. W. LOUNSBERRY, Agent, Astoria, or. milE 8TKAMER DISPATCH. For further I. particulars apply to Aberdeen I kg Co , iiA-aco, wasn. OOODKIHIIING HOAT CHEAP. INQUUtE . oi in. i'tituui. imtiigs uny. OArt AOKEH LAND AND TI-itKIt ON AJJ Young's River. Hoxd I- f!nUli'd furl . slnif. H head of cattle and logging outfit. Li quire of Marcus Wise. QQ ACRES 135,00 PER AUKS IMPROVED QO faun nir T.ind with fruit tree-, 20 acies cp-area, zi acres pontine. Dweiim nonw, w.ne house and other buildings. Hull mile from Sleambn.it landing at ilrook field, by boat or road. Ii qttlro of owner on pn inlses MltS. II. E STICKLER, OA AAA WILL BUY 1,000 AOKKH OK "i4u,UWu tlinb r fitrniltK and grazing. Wild. A kp'endld locxlioii forst'ck riiimngn Gray's Klver Wahkiakum county, Walil iron. Lies on both sides of river, 3 miles from steam er landinu Klulity acres cloned. Apply a' bi otlice for further liifnrmallou. CHEAP A FEW CHOICE LOTS IN ADUII'S Astorla-Ev Wins, Kw FninK Spittle at torney at law 173 Cass Ktret. ro vau. NET-BELOW (-AND INLAND. OuliK minted Kinney. Inquire of D. Roeis. Lwaco, Wash. NET ABOI'T 60 F 'J 1IOM3. .' I1KK XST Ol Toiikuh Point. Owner e n Imve saute ry paying expanses and piovlng property. In quire at Klnue's Citnnerv, Jolin Corliio. Lusr. 1 FIKCE GILL NKT, new, ahotit60 fathoirs L long, 45 mo-hes deep, $1 Ineh m- sli, No. i0 1'2-ply Harhonr's thread. Some corks ai d buoy marked L. II. Santn van lost nn 1 euro It Spit, evening of May 2, 18!3. Johu MolteifOD, II wa o, Wash. JtOOMH TO JtKMV. riUIil MAIN STRh,lr HOUSE HaS Br-EN L newly tumislied tlirouitii ut; nlci rooms fm r-ut by day, week, or monlli, liv proprietor and manager, MRS II. Sl'EI.LMlOH. COTTAGE NHXC 110 lit TOE. 0. HOL en's. S' von rooiiis and bn-iemsnt lot W'od. lnqulienextdoor. R OOV8 IN A GOOD LOCATION FOR liuuirii 'Vi liy, no. it n'lini ciire.'i-. mWO DESIRvBLK ITNFUK.NIMItD ROOMS L newly papered. Moderate retr. Mi Third street. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS 15Y D Y, week or mom h terms very rcusoualle at the Oriel, 710 Third Street. MltCM.LASlCVUi. c ALL ON P. BAKK.lt. 478 THIRD 81'HKET and have your clothes dyed una cleaned. Gl-O. MCLEAN, riOUr-Elt OLN EY AND A tor streets does a af.-neml buslm ss In bluok- suillhliu And rt-paii'init. NOTICE. I will be glad to receive any Items concerning social events that residents of Astoria desire to have published in the society columns of the Sunday Or- egonlan. Such notices must reach me not 'later than Thursday evening of each week. JOHN R. RATHOM, Oregonian Correspondent, P. O. box B80 ELECTRIC LIuHTS AKIPL Our Stock Represents Over 1000 Styles. Trouserings, Overcoatings, Suitings. QMiS Prices $5 to $50. Samples, Self.measurement TAILCil Rules, and Tape-line 128 first street, MAILED FREE. Portland, Oregon. Incandescent, all niuht. .. . $1.50 " 12 o'clock... 1.00 " 10 " ... 75 Ttrtr nartimilara inntllrA nf nnv TYamVur of the firm or at the office, foot of Con oomly fc5t. West Shobb Mills Co., T. U. Trullirjger, resident. ASTORIA IRON WORKS, Ooueonily street, loot Jackson, Astoria, Oregon. General Machinists & Boiler Makers Laud and Murine Endue', Boiler work. Steam- boat and Cannery Work a Specialty. Casting! of All DeioriptioDi Mdo U Order it Short Notios. JOKN nx - President ud 8up- U -vicb i rtMuuD CAMPBELL BROS. (SticcfM- rs t' Warren AOampben), 1 WAKKKNTOS, OlttUs -N, Uobli-rstu rr-xr goods, bii.vry n'lt.MsifJM) ooopu, iTATLK lints, Cups, Boots, fhoes GROCERIES FANCY Un.nl tr lire, Iron 'nd Steel, Crockery, Olnsswua Woodenwan", Nntioin, etc., lly, (Jrnin, F!":ir snd Feed. llOri O I "hiU Profits oi Cask HsUs." JEFF'S, Tin Oalj Restaral The only Pure Cream of Tartar pfiwlti. No Ammonia; No Alum. "Used ia Millions of Ilomei- to Years tie Standard w w sac a ( The World's Fair Directors Have 5,000,000 Souvenir Half Dollar Coins in their treasury, the rift of the American people by Act of Congress. The patriotic and historic features of these Coins and their limited number, compared with the millions vho want them our population is 66,000,000 have combined to create so great a demand for these World's Fair Souvenir Coins that they are already quoted at large premiums. Liberal offers from speculators, who wish to absorb them and reap enormous profits, have been rejected for the reason that This is the People's Fair We Are the People's Servants and a divided sense of duty confronts us We need $5,000,000 to fully carry out our announced plans, and We have decided to deal direct with the peopleTo whom we are directly responsi ble among whom an equitable distribution of these National heijjooms should be made. Jhc World's Fair Offer to the American People: That none of our plans for the people's profit bo curtailed we must realize from the sale of 5,000,000 Souvenir World's Fair Fifty cent Silver Coins the sum of $S ,000,000. This means $1.00 for each Coin, a much smaller sum than the people would have to pay for them if purchased through an indirect medium. Every patriotic man, woman and child should endeavor to own and cherish one of these Coins, as they . will be valuable in future years a cherished object of family pride. Remember that only 5,000,000 Coins must be divided amonfr could be sold at a high premium to Syndicates, but we nave enough confidence in the people to keep the price at a Dollar for each Coin, as this will make us realize $5,000,000 the sum needed to open the Fair's gates on the people's broad plan. HOW tO Get 00 to your nearest Bank and subscribe for as many f r . coins as you need for your family and friends. These inetOlflS Sub-Agents of the World's Columbian Exposition wiH give you their receipt for your money, as delivery of these coins will not begin before December. There is no expense to you attend ing the distribution of the Souvenir Coins, as we send them to your local bank. If for any reason it is inconvenient for you to subscribe send Postoffice or Express Money Order or Registered Letter for as many coins as you wish with instructions how to send them to you, to TREASURER WORLD S "COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILLS. Orders will be Pilled In the Order in which they are Received. World's Fair Souvenir Coin for a Dollar. Has Just rordlveU a fine lino of WEDDING PRESENTS ronltinjr of Pllvor Bon Bon rl1ia, Fnnt Dishes, berry IMsi.es, Nut Howls, Mustard Puts. Biscuit .furs. Celery Glwutes, Hdlr Pin Troys, Pin Cutlilons, Plcturn Frames, Mirrors, eta, all new goods ud latent designs. Merchant Steamship Cos Line, Connecting with Ctudlae Faolilc Railway and China Steam ship Llae, Taking freight and passengers fur Port Ange les. Vloiorla, Port Tciwiisriicl, Hciillle, Tactima, Whatcom, Falrliaven, Maiinlmo, New Weslinlii ,ter and Vancouver : leaving Astoria ; . S. S. Haytlan Kepubllu rl. H. WllnmiKlon S. H. Ilnytlau Keimhlio Freight received ut Hustler s wharf, foot of Mainstieet. For further imnlculara apply at the olllce, earner Third and Main street FEttGUdON llltOJ., Agents Tide Table for Astoria. MAY. 11IU11 WAIfcK. T,2 W. 8 T 4 V.. 5 H.. Hi Hi.. 7 M. 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