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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, HATURDA MOKNLNU, MAT 7 1893.
ABOUT THE CUT. P. Bllnn has been appointed driver of the hook and ladder truck, to succeed Ed. Miller, resigned. Rev. R. B. Dllworth will address the men's gospel meeting at the T. M. C. A. tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Fresh strawberries at Smith's today. A silver watch of great extrinsic val ue, was lost In this city yesterday, Finder will phrase return to this office. Raser's Extract Root Beer, the pur est. The Grace church excursion will leave Portland this morning at 7 o'clock and may be expected here between 1 and 2. Raser's Root Beer Superior to all dthers. The statement Is made that the claims of thv; employes of the Astoria and Portland railroad will be paid in a few days. If you want some extra nne photos. aiooers is tne place to get tnem. Thretj or four girls can obtain em ployment at labeling by applying to- day at the office of J. O. Hanthorn & Company. Westport cream fresh every morning at Smith's Ice Cream parlors. Third St. "Love Me With Thine Eyes" Is a pop ular piece of music In thte city at pres ent, but it must not be played after 10:30 p. m. ' The original Root Beer Extract is Raser's. Mr. J. Kopp was around yesterday on crutches, his rheumatic sufferings having been allfeviated to a consider able extent. greater portion of the voyage lcte was encountered, and very light winds pre vailed throughout. He expects to turn to this port. Del. Ferguson, general job printer, Astorlan building, upstairs. First- class work at reasonable rates. walluskl Camp, No. 12, Indian War Veterans of the North Pacific coast, I Hint In nnniml aoeatrtn In Yia -,.... court house, last night, and elected officers for thvj following official year, as follows: Captain, C. S. Whight; 1st Lieut., John Hahn; 2d Lieut., John W. Welch; 1st Sargt., E. II. Brodle; Com. Sargt., W. B. Ross; Color bearor, M. Dillon; Corporal Guard, R. N. Abbott; Musician, John Thomas; delegates to state encampment, John Hahn, C. S. Wright, and A. H. Sale. ALONG THE WHARVES. . The steamship Columbia sailed yes terday morning for San Francisco. She took 1400 cases of salmon and 2127 bun dles of shooks from this port. There were comparatively few pas sengers on the Telephone yesterday, although a fair proportion of the In coming strangers came on that boat. The steamer R. P. Elmore arrived In from Tillamook yesterday afternoon with passengers and merchandise. She will leave again this morning In order to accommodate a number of passen gers who are awaiting an opportunity to go to Tillamook. WAUXBD. "1IRL FOB GENKRA1. HOCSBWORK. CALL I VJl m the evening at 167 Jackson street. TMPLOYMENT FOB MAN AND WIFK, i j worn or any nina. Aoaress worn" r. u. box mi city. . fOJt SALE. For fine wines and liquors call at August Danlelson s Sample Rooms. The Assembly Club gave a domino party last evening. There was a large attendance and the occasion was a most enjoyable one. The Belmont cigar can be had at . Chas. Olsen's. In the county cterk's office yesterday Clara Houghton proved up on ICO acres of land in section 26, township 7 north range 10 west. Meany Is the leading tailor and pays the highest cash price for iur skins. Deputy United States Marshal Stew art, who has been 111 for some weks past, Is convalescent, and yesterday ap peared on the streets. Remember the Austin House at the Sea side is open the year around. Mrs. William Dench yesterday pre sented her husband with a fine baby boy, and the delighted . father is the happiest man In town. For all kinds of job printing, go to Del. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorian building. At the M. E. Church last evening the entertainment In aid of the piano fund was in every respect satisfactory, and a handsome sum was realized. Wing Lee has just received a full line of Japanese curiosities and fancy goods. Will sell at cost. 529 Third street. A meeting of Astoria Lodge No. 50, A. O. U. W., was held last evening In the Odd Fellows' building. Officers were nominated for the ensuing term. J. W. Thompson, organist at the M. K. church, wishes to take a few more pupils in music, piano or organ. Ad- di'Ass, 5S9, Astor street. The handsome decorations of the M. E. church which embellished the in terior of the edlflcte last evening, will remain up until after Decoration Day. You can get the best 10-cent or two-for-a-quarter cigars In Astoria at Chas. Olsen's. Among the candidates for admission to Stanford University, and who are now attending the examination in Port land, is Miss Polly McKean ofthis city. Fresh fish received at the Albatross Fish market dally. Salmon 10 cents per pound. A Chinawoman supposed to be June How, for whom a warrant charging her with larceny had been Issued, was taken off the steamship Columbia yes terday morning. She proved to be the wrong person and was discharged. Don't fail to etM and read the World's Columbian Exhibition Illustrated. B. F. Coe, agent. The bicycle craze has extended as far as Fort Stevens, where four Imperial machines, and on'a ladles' wheel have been shipped during the past week. It Is the Intention of the local wheelmen to visit thte government works at an ' early day, for the purpose of taking an "outing." j Buy Raser's Root Extract to make a healthful, refreshing beverage. Sold everywhere; One of the lieutenants at Fort Canby has made arrangements for a baseball match between a nine from his ifegl- rrfcnt and one from that stationed at Vancouver. Astoria has been selected as the place for the game, which will be played at the Smith's Point Grounds at some date within the next few wev?ks. - Parties visiting in Portland can get The Daily Astorian at Handley & Haas' news stand, 150 First street. In the Norwegian Evangelical Luth eran church, Uppertown, divine servi ces will be held tomorrow. Scandina vian at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Eng lish at 3:30 p. m. Sunday school, Scan dinavian, at 9:45 a. m. English at 2:30 p. m. tonight (Saturday) at 7:45, sing ing exercises win be held. All Scandi navians are welcome. Free at Crow's gallery, a life-size crayon with every dozen cabinets or dered. Offei good for 30 days. A letter has been received in this city from Captain Smith of the British bark TJllock, which sailed from this port last October for Quenstown, In which he gives a short account of his passage home, which lasted 193 days. Captain Smith states that during the All our coast exchanges are loud In their praise of thte Big Bonanza Co. Liberty Hall, May 29th. Reserved chairs at New York Novelty store. Sabbath services will be preached at 11 a. m., and 8 p. m., tomorrow at the Methodist Episcopal church. The pastor's subjects both morning . and Evening will be specially Interesting at this. time Morning theme, "God's hand In the history of nations, es pecially our own." Evening subject, "Stflution of the labor problem." uiass meeting at 10 o'clock a. m. Sunday school 12 15 p. m. Young people's meeting at 7 p. m., led by Miss Mary Powell; subject, "Keeping the Sabbath." Miss Beckwlth, presenting the St. unanes evaporated Cream Co.. will ex hibit the superior merits of the same at the store of Ross, Higgins & Co. for a few days, beginning today. Ice Cream made from St. Charles Evapora ted Cream will be served free. Also hot I coffee with crAjam. A suit will be filed today in the cir cuit court by Mr. La Force, attorney for George GIbbs, who wants $20,000 from thte Union Pacific Railroad Com pany as a balm for serious Injuries re ceived at the Union Pacific Company's dock through the negligence of thv; company In failing to provide an of ficer to perform the duties of a second mate. Plaintiff alleges while waiting for orders to loosen the spring line of the steamer State of California, his right foot and ankle were greatly in jured, and that carelessness on the part of the defendant was the cause thereof. 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. The Columbine sailed yesterday morning at 4 o'clock for Alaska. About 3:30, huge clouds of black smoke could be seen filling the atmosphere In the neighborhood of the dock, and before 4 the Columbine was blowing off steam, Evidently preparing to show a clean pair of heels to the Manzanlta. Four o'clock arrived, however, but the Manzanlta was unable to leave -on ac count of onte of the officers having over slept himself slightly, and the new tender was forced to proceed alone. A short time afterward the Manzanlta pulled out, but her effort was a labored one compared with that of the other vessel and Captain Gregory Is willing to concede that his serviceable little craft was not built for sp'jed. The Manzanlta cannot hold her steam, and consequently In case of a race between the two Captain Gregory will be likely to maneuver so as to secure an advant age that cannot be overcom'j until the course is covered. The chance of a llfe-tirnvj to see Min nie Marden, the little Georgia wonder. Liberty Hall, May 29th. Reserved chairs at New York Novelty store. Tins repairs to the pilot schooner San Jo&?, under the supervision of Pilot Cordlner, are progressing satisfactorily, The broken bowsprit has been taken out, and also the broken rail and stanchions, and will be replaced quickly as possible. A new naptha launch has been pur chased for the fishing business by Nick Davlch. The White Star Line has given an order to Harland & Wolff, the famous ship-builders of Belfast. Ireland, for the construction of a steamer 800 feet long, which, the firm Is confident, will beat anything afloat. The cost of the projected colussus would not be less than $2,500,000 xne union pacittc is figuring on bringing the steamer D. S. Baker down from the middle Columbia. It was tha intention to bring her down over the Cascades early in June, but the project has been abandoned for the present. The water in the Columbia Is too high and the current too strong at present to make the attempt with safety. The British ship Errol, Captain Mc Millan, which was so long In this port last year, and which was in collision with another vessel before she reached her destination, is at present In Lon don. The British ship Dynomene, hence for Queenstown with wheat, -was spo ken In latitude 27 south, longitude 32 west, on March 28th. 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 and see them. PERSONAL MENTION. The long-delayed footrace between Tom Foster, of this city, and Charles Dunham, of Ilwaco, will be run this afternoon between 2 and 3 o'clock on Third street near the Central Hotel. Both sides are confident of gaining a victory, the local man's friends claim ing that he is "fit as a fiddle," and much improved, while the supporters of Dunham offer a more substantial as surance of victory in the shape of coin In plenty, that their man will be first at the finish. Whether the Ilwaco peo ple are justified In backing Dunham or not, the result of the race only can de termine, but It Is learned that he has run fifteen yards faster for the even hundred than he did on the occasion of tha last race. Foster's friends, when they heard this, seemed to doubt It, and declare their confidence in the home production. The race will be a fast one, in all events, whoever wins, and the victor will establish a good title ability to run one-half a second worse than even time. Mr. M. M. Ketchum Is expected in town today. Mr. T. G. Scotchler came down from Eagle Cliff yesterday. Mr. B. F. Clements, of Chicago, ar rived in town yesterday. Mr. G. A. Beavis was among those who arrived from San Francisco yes terday. Mr. S. R. Beckwlth, of Seattle, was among those who arrived at the Occi dent yesterday. Mr. J. Schiffers, head draughtsman at Fort Stevens, and his assistant, Mr, Sandberg, are registered at the Occi dent Mr. S. H. Bell, one of the few. who were fortunate? a couple of years ago during the South Bend boom, visited this city yesterday. Among the passengers who went to Portland last evening were Mayor Crosby, Judge J. Q. A. Bowlby, and Mr. Geo. J. Taylor, of Portland. P. W. Parker left on this morning's boat for Los Angeles, Cal., where he will Install a plant of seven Mergen thaler Linotypes In the office of the Times-Mirror. Captain George Flavel, who, with Mrs. Flavel and their daughters, have been stopping at the Occidental hotel In San Francisco for some months past, Is steadily improving In health. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cuthbertson were passengers on the steamship Col umbia for San Francisco yesterday morning. Before hl3 departure Mr. Cuthbertson stated he would return to this city as soon as the railroad propo sition is settled satisfactorily. The St. Charles Evaporated Cream. which will be exhibited for a few days at the store of Ross, Higgins & Co., has supplanted all other brands In the markets of Washington and Idaho and in some parts of this state. Miss Beck wlth, the young lady who Is Introduc ing this excellent article, will serve. free, for a few days. Ice cream made entirely from It, and will also prove Its excellence when used with coffee. CHECK THE FIRST APPROACH The following communication, signed by Police Commissioners and John Hahn and S. S. Gordon was sent yes terday to Hon. J. C. Trulllnger: Office of the Board of Police Commis sioners of the City of Astoria, May 20, 1893. Hon. J. C. Trulllnger Dear Sir: We regret very much that you have found it necessary to resign your position as a member of this Board. In, severing Of rheumatism, and further attacks may be escaped, if proper precautions against exposure are taken, and there be no hereditary predisposition, un fortunately, people who ultimately be- our official relations with you, we take come enrome sunerers, too oiten neg- nipaJ)llr-, in reminding von that no lect the trifling twinges and premoni- Plea8u"s ln reminding you that no torv stiffness which herald the advent appointment has been made by us or of this agonizing malady. Among the action of any sort taken where our vote diseases for which Hostetter's Stomach Bitters has been found efficacious this is one, and the medicine being perfect ly safe, it Is certainly to be preferred to drugs ufed for Its cure, which are frequently useless, and nothing more or less than poisonous. The substitu tion of this pleasant and pure blood depurent for medicines Inimical to life a slight overdoBe, Is a measure which may fitly be urged upon persons who desire to obtain relief safely, or ho have failed to obtain it from the numerous pseudo remedies for this dis ease in the market. has not been unanimous, and we be lieve the present satisfactory condition of the Police Department Is largely due to your efforta BOOKS FOR SALE. A full set of Appleton's Encyclopedia, seventeen volumes, sheep binding, may be purchased for about half their orig inal cost, and are unwilled. Also one Webster's unabridged dictionary. In quire at this office. QQ ACRES ffl 135,00 PER ACKS IMPROVEti I uu larmmg iana whu iron trees. 20 acres I Cleared. 2o acres .tstnre. Ilu-elllntr him wm,. I house and other bulldlnn. ItiUf mile in, in Steamboat lauding at Brookflcld, by boar or "" impure or owner on premise ants. H. fc Biii;ft.l,hK. pHEAP A FEW CHOICE LOTS IN ADAIR'S S Asioria-fcasy irnn, see Frank mmtle at torney ai law 173 uass Hireet. mm h R OS Our Stock Represents Over 1000 Styles JtOUMH TO UKUT. rpiIK MAIN STREET HOUSE HAS UrEN L newly turulsiied Umiuirli-iiit: nic rooms fur rmt by day, week, or inoiuii, by proprietor aim manager, aula u, Drftl,L,miUlv. . riOTl'AUE NEXT I)0 )H TO E. C. HULI j eus. Seven rooms una lnwniaiit fori woou. inquire nxtuior, Trouserings, Overcoatings, Suitings. taYlou TOOMS IX housekeep ng, No. IN A (iOOD LOCATION FOU 273 Main sirecit. Prices $5 to $50. Samples, Self-measurement Rules, and Tape-line Mailed Free. 126 FIRST STREET, Portland, Oregon. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS BV D vY, week orninuib terms very reasonable m uie uriui, no liuru sireei. LOST. ABOUT auo FaTII iMS W Kit, MA liSIl IX's 15 I lv twin' . on the nliftit ot Muv lUlh. nir Steven. Finder will be rewanlnu by upul I liif In li Imiiru'i. i.ui.ii, i- I Money fm Safe! MMC KLL Alt tUVli. pALL ON P. BAKKH, 478 i ulUO S I'KEE'i i j anil nave your domes aycu anil cleaned. n to. Mclean, comer olney and a- VT tor strert. does a noneral busiurHtlii black- simiiuug ana repairing, Worth more than standard value worth two for one for the World's Fair and more than that to you. We , are selling half-dollars for a dollar a-piece. You get a MACHINE SHOP Original J AS. DALOITY, 1 1 opr. (Successor to Arndt & Fercbcu.) in noiierKepairing ana monciy wont, icvptlr npcciauy. Aiaeiiuio Horn Hliop, foot of Lafayette .St. Iiir of River Craft a Hocclalty. OI all Kinds dono Design. : World s Fair j Souvenir Coin! for a Dollar Beautiful in Execution. Seaside Saw Mill. A complete stock nf lumber on lianil in the rotlirb or dressed. Klonrlnn. RuhUiv Ollluir. and all kinds of finish: Mouldings and Hhln-1 gles; alio Bracket Work done to order. Terms I reasonable auu prices at ilea rook. All onli r promptly attended to. Otllco anil yard at mill. H. r. Li H'Uan, rropr, Scasldo, Oregon, NOTICE. I will be glad to receive any items concerning social events that residents or Astoria desire to have published ln the society columns of the Sunday Or- egonlan. Such notices must reach me not later than Thursday evening of each weeK. JOHN R. RATHOM, Oregonlan Correspondent, P. O. box 680 ROSS, HIOUIN t& CO., butchers - and - Grocers, Astoria an t Upper Astoria. Finn Teas and Colt-pa, Table D Oit-acU, Doiiifslic and Tropical Krulta, Venn h bles, sugar cured hums, bacmi, nlc. CHOICE FRfcSH & SALT MEATS Face Market value, value. 5.00 900.00 . 1. 00 900.00 ,eo 52.50 .05 100.00 01 5.00 .01 50.00 24-33 32-o 1. 00 4.00 .66 1.25 .66 1.25 CAMPKKM BUGS. (Huccctsors t'i WarrcirA Oamplieril, WAKRENTON, OKKOIJN, Dealers In DRY G-OOX, GENTS' FURNISHING OOODH, Hats, Caps, Hoots, Hhoes 8TAPLE GROCERIES FANtn Hirdwaro, Iron and Steel, Crockery, Glassware wooaenware, Notions, etc., nay, ' ' Grain, Flour aud Feed. MOTTO) "Small Profits oa t'asb Bali." t HUNTER & MERGENS, Proprietors of (lie 'ortland Butchering Co.'s Matt Corner Second and Benton strvelg. Comer Third and West blglitli streets. A Work of Art in Itself. We devote the entire amount towards developing and ennobling the People'e Great Fair. Souvenir and Rare Coins as an Investment. toln. U. S. I5 Goldplece 1822 U. S. 1804 Silver Dollar U. S. Half-Dollar 1796 U. S. 1802 Silver 5-Cent Fietx U. S. 1856 Eagle Penny U. S. 1793 Copper Cent (Araer:) Queen's Jubilee 5-Sovreign, Eng. Napoleon's ioo-day 5fr., French. King William Coronation, Ger. 1861 German "Peace" Coins 1871 Thiy will be the best investment you ever made A World's Fair Souvenir Coin A National Heirloom for only $1.00, Under Act of Congress we have 5,000,000 Souvenir Coins, of the denomination of 50 cents each. That" the money may go as far as possible, and that all the people may have a chance to pro cure these artistic and patriotic souvenirs of their own Exposition, we have resolved to offer the whole issue for sale at I1.00 each. Apply to any Bank, or send Post Office or Express Money Order, Bank Draft, 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, ILL. i Foard & Stokes Dealer In Glassware, Crockery, Ship Supplies, Tobacco, Wines and Fine Whiskies, Fine Teas and Coffee a Specialty. The Finest DNplny of Fruits in the City, Fresh on Kvery Bteniner. (joiner 01 nurd and west Eigiuti M recti. ASTORIA iKOft WO It KM, Gwcomly street, loot Jackson, Astoria, Orexou. cncral Machinists & Boiler Maker Land and Marine Engines, Holler work, Steani- Doat ana Cannery worn a specialty. Cutiiigi of All Description! Ktit to Order at Short Notioe. : JOLN FOX...... President and 8up- . L. l'v h... ................. ........V ice rresiden DR.GWW'S IMPHOVii , LIVER PILLS ONLY 0 HE FOR A DOSE A WORD TO LADIES. TheM pills r so different (ntoata, amell and sotlon from txhtn, that thmj night be called ft medioatd eon foot ion. Ladles eufterlnff from headaches aud those with sallow oomplexlons who eanoot take ordinary pills are delighted with them. They make the skin beautiful, free from blotches and pimples. ftOo. Boaaoko Jted. Cow. f hlladel pkia. Fa, For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggist Mm LADIES' TEA Is a pleasant drink, which will be borne by the stomach without nau sea or gTipIng. It acta thoroughly on the liver, kidneys and reproductive or gans. A gentle physic, efficient diu retic, and is most useful ln 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, produces the sallow, mud-1 dy complexion, peculiar to the con- stipated. Sold by all druggists. filRfQ) I I a j pin ip iaking wmer. EFF'S, Tb8 Only Restaurant 1 The only Pure Cream of Tartar P v.- "Used iu Millions of Home; Ammonia; No Alum. Years the Standai'3 Has Just received a II ie hue of WEDDING PRESENTS PnnlHtWr of Pllver Bon linn W.1I1O', rrun iMsnes, Berry uislies, Nut fowl, Milwtni'fl Put. Itiunult- 'ul...-u ()las s, Hnlr Tin Trays, Tin Cushions, Picture Frames, Mirrors, clc, nil new goods slid latest (leslKns. Merchant Steamship Co.'s Lli.e, Connecting with Cai.sillas raelrto Kallwajr anil China Htenni Hhlp Mna, laslnfc freight alnl passeiiKem fur Port Ainrr. les. Vleiorla, Port 'Jownsi-nd, Seattle, Taeiui;i, Whatcom, Kalrhaven, Nannlmo, New Westmin ster an i Vancouver : LtavhiK Astoria : s. S. Iliiytlan llepiibliv 8. H. Wilmington 8. ci. Ilaytlaii Kenuhlle Freight received at Hutler s wharf, font ol Main stieot. For further (tanlciilara apply ai the olllce. corner Third an I Main street. FKitOUSON IlllO-t.. A veins North Pacific Brewery JQHN KOPP, Pro'piletoi. liolieuiinu - Lager - llccr .u.il XX Porter. AI! eiders promptly nlP'mlril to, Xlcle Table lor Atttorlu. MAY. IIIUII WATKH. A. M, TTm. rt.i P. M. J liriii.i n. LOW WATKH. M. I T .. 2 W. :r T.. 4 V.. 6 H .. li H 7 M. h T.. W.IO T..II K. 12 H.. l;i H.. H M.l.V T HI W.I7 T IK F. Ill H..a h. aii M.a T.. 2.1 w.21 T..Z, F. 2; K..27 H.. 2Si M.!S! T.. HO, Wil, u a i 1 21 ' 2 1 ill K 1 2 2,1 7 HI 2 m 7 a si) 7 2 4 31 & 5 4M H ll:l 9 PI 111 III 11 M 12 IU, 6 : 1 21 2 0 A. M. 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