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TILE DAILY A8TOK1AH, ASTOJU1A, FCIDAV jJtOKNLNU, JUNE 2 ifli)a.
ABOUT THE CUT. The body of a man was found on Gearhart Beach yesterday morning. It will be brought to the morgue today. Fresh strawberries at Smith's today. The original Root Beer Extract Is Raser's. Olsen, the small-pox patient, hag been ' pronounced cuied by the deputy health officer, and after being disinfected will be released today. , Remember the Austin House at the Sea side Is open the year around. Raser's Root Beer Superior to all others. King, the San Francisco pugilist, de feated Ryan, of Astoria, in four rounds before the Pastime Club, of Portland, on Wednesday evening. If you want some extra nne photos, Mooers' Is the place to get them. Westport cream fresh every morning at Smith's Ice Cream parlors. Third St. The shoe store formerly conducted by John Hahn la now owned by Hahn & Co., Mr. O. I. Peterson having bought an interest In the business. ' The Belmont cigar can be had at Chns. Olsen's. For fine wines and liquors call at August Danlolson's Sample Rooms. ' Tho repairs to the county jail have been completed, and the building Is once, more In a condition to be used for the purpose for which such edifices are constructed. " Meany is the leading tailor and pays the highest cash price for iur skins. Raser's Extract Root Beer, the pur est " Stakes showing the route of the As toria and Portland railroad from the end of the trestle toward WlUiamsport have been driven as far as Peterson's during the last few days. For all kinds of Job printing, go to Del. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorlan build ing. You can got the best 10-cent or two-for-a-quartvjr cigars In Astoria at Chaa. Olsen's. Frank Turk, who recently Inveigled a stag hound away from Portland to this city, waived examination before Justice Wood In Portland on Wednes day, and was bound over in the sum of $100. Buy Raser's Root Extract to make a healthful, refreshing beverage. Sold everywhere. Fresh fish received at the Albatross Fish market daily. Salmon 10 cents per pound. The T's hold an open meeting tonight at the T. M. C. A. hall for honorary members, at which Mr. Wagner of the American Institute will give an in teresting talk on the work the institute has done toward putting down the whisky habit. Don't fail to eete and read the World's Columbian Exhibition Illustrated. B. F. Coe, agent. Wing Lee has just received a full line of Japanese curiosities ana rancy gooas. Will sell at cost. 529 Third street. Chief Loughery yesterday arrested two boys named Lester and Claude Mason, on a charge of having stolen the sum of $5 from Mrs. W.' E. Cas sell. The boys are of very tender years, but are said to be old in vicious habits. They came from San Fran cisco. Parties visiting In Portland can get The Dally Astorlan at Handley & Haas' news stand, 150 t lrsc Btreet. Del. Ferguson, general job printer, Astorlan building, upstairs. First class work at reasonable rates. There was an unusually heavy run of salmon yesterday. Plungers arrlv. ing at the canneries from the various fish stations on the river, were heavily loaded with fish, most of them going above the average of 22 pounds. The fishermen are taking to their work with a light heart, hopeful of a contin ued good season. Free at Crow's gallery, a life-size crayon with every dozen cabinets or dered. Oaei gooa ror 30 aays. Wednesday morning one of Hapgood & Company's men caught a salmon welcrhlne eiehty-two pounds. The magnificent specimen has been given to President Myers of the Oregon fish department of the World's Fair, who sent it to Oregon City, where It will be frozen In a transparent block of Ice six feet long thirty inches wide and twentV-fbur inches Ihlck, and then shipped to Chicago J. W. Thompson, organist at the M E. church, wishes to take a few more nunlls In muHlc. piano or organ, au diVjss, 089, Astor street. All the scenery to be used In "The Chicago Spectatorlum" Is built on stages or trucks1 which move on lines of railroad track with which the base of the scenltorium Is fairly covered, There' are six miles of track used for the movement of the scenery. This track Is of steel weighing 66 pounds to the yard and la sufficiently strong to bear the weight of an ordinary loco- motive and train of cars. With these new appliances a complete change of scene can be made In less than three quarters of a minute. TJvnn & 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 xnein. Another case of drowning has oc curred among the fishermen, the vie tlm's name being Axel Olson, who was fishing for the Scandinavian Packing Company. He was struck by the boom In his boat and knocked senseless, falling overboard. It waa not ascer tained whether or not the body had been recovered. Olson has a brother. Fred Olson, employed at the Hapgood station at Ski nan on. He waa about 25 years of age, a native of Sweden, and wtm ntjrhty r??r?cte:I amor.s h countrymen in this city. Astoria's Wheet and Flour Fleet. The actual wheat year is drawing to close. Herewith Is printed an Inter esting statement regarding the foreign trade of Astoria In the current wheat year. It gives the name of each ship or bark that has sailed hence for Europ ean porta since September 1, 1892, with the quantity of wheat or flour which she carried. The first date given tells when the vessel sailed; the second, when Bhe arrived out. All the vessels named are British with' the exception of four American the George Curtis, the Kenllworth, the Challenger and the St. James; one Norwegian, the Nordly- set; one French, the Duchesse Anne; two Danish, the Prina Valdemar and Denmark; and one German, .the Ger manla. The wheat shipments make a total of 871,198 bushels. The flour exports were 16 In - number, amounting In all to 303,754 barrels. The salmon shipments, by sea, were 54,843 cases. Of course, these shipments do not include the wheat, salmon and other products that are sent hence by, steamer to San Francisco, Portland and elsewhere, on their way to home and foreign mar kets. Twenty-eight of the 02 wheat car goes exceeding each, 50,000 centals. The largest ' .vessel In the wheat fleet was the Mowhan, which measured 2747 tons, and carried hence the largest cargo, 91,449 centals, equal to 152,415 bushels at CO pounds to the bushel. There are, happily, so far, no ship wrecks to report. AU the vessels that sailed prior to December 15th have reached their destination: September 2d, City of Madras, 10,398 centals wheat and 50,401 cases of salm on, December 19th. September 19th, Isle of Erin, 30,486 centals wheat, .February 4th. September 27th, Edinburghshire, 43,- 474 centals wheat, January 21st. September 28th, Ardgowan, 41,180 cen tals wheat, February 11th. September 30th, Invermore, 56,026 cen tals wheat, February 28th. October 5th, Parknook, 27,000 centals wheat, February 24th. October 6th, Beemah, 16,654 barrels of flour, March 4th. October 6th, Eastern Monarch, 51,615 centals wheat, February 20th. October 7th, Port Adelaide, 22,135 bar rels flour, October 8th, Overdale, 15,657 barrels flour, March 4th. Port Carlisle, 46,934 centals wheat, February 22. October 12th, Nordlyset, 54,080 centals wheat, February 10th, October 12th, Klrkhlll, 49,710 centals wheat, February 19th. October 14th, Ullock, 26,821 centals wheat, April 20. October 15, George Curtis, 55,619 cen tals wheat, February 26th. October 15th, Gantock Rock, 60,512 centals wheat, February 8th. October 10th, Red Gauntlet.34,076 cen tals wheat, February 26th. October 19th, Glenbervli. 7,223 centals wheat, 10,000 barrels flour, March 2d. October 21st, City of York, 37,278 cen tals wheat, February 7th. October 21st, Metropolis, 59,770 cen- tals wheat, February 7th. October 23d, Glengaber, 23,724 centals wheat, April 12. October 24th, River Fallock, 53,387 centals wheat, March 16th. October 25th, Powy's Castle, 48,010 centals wheat, March 10th. . November 3d, Stracathro, 37,443 cen tals wheat, March 17th. November 5th, Westgate, 61,434 cen- tala wheat, March 10th. November 5th. Iredale, 54,309 centals wheat, April 14th. November 0th, "Lismore, 4,750 centals wheat, 4,442 cases salmon and 4,480 cases bran, March 6th. November 8th, Ashmore, 17,250 bar rels flour, April 4th. November 9th, Lizzie Bell, 17,847 bar rels flour, April 2d. November 9th, Duchesse Anne, 43,- 080 centals wheat, April 11th. November 13th, Errol, 45,392 centals wheat, March 20th. November 13th, Archer, 25,984 centalo wheat, April 30th. November 19th. La Querlda, 11,890 barrels flour, April 21st. November 20th, Dawpool, 55,865 cen tals wheat, April 14th. November 25th, Antofogasta, 24,000 centals wheat, April 29th. November . 26th. Carnmoney, 40,390 centals wheat, March 28th. November 26th, Ranee, 39,624 centals wheat, April 30th. November 26th, County of Anglesea, 36,255 centals wheat, April 15th. November 20th, Foyledale, 00,122 cen tals wheat, April 30th. November 27th, Lorton, 60,257 centals wheat- March 29th. December 3d. Kenllworth, 70,4i3 cen tals wheat, March 24 th, December 3d, Challenger, 45,305 cen tals wheat, April 30th. December 3, Prins Valdemar, 44,537 centals wheat, April 18th. December 17th, Lindores Abbey, 15,156 barrels flour, April 17th. December 15th, Invergary, 52,208 cen tals wheat, April 23d. December 16th, Amulree, 26,505 bar rels flour, April 15th. December 19th, Dynomene, 65,470 cen tals wheat. January 2d. Sutherlandshire, 65,690 centals wheat. May 18th. January 6th, St. James, 47,012 centals wheat. January 9th, Algoa Bay, 21,120 barrels flour.- January 12th. Sfcellmorlie, 48,733 cen tals wheat. May 20th. January 10th, Craigerne, 66,766 centals wheat. May 20th. t n t MS b, iliC iiLoiauicu January 17th, Petersborough, 65,672 centals wheat. January 19th, Carned Llewellyn, 60, 595 centals wheat. January 21st, Arctic Stream, 62,237 centals wheat. May 19th. T' January 21st, G, W. Wolff, 64,969 cen tals wheat. January Slat, Wallacetown, 64,656 oen tala wheat. February 14th, Mowhan, 91,449 cen tals wheat. February 14th, Helenslea, 45,270 cen tals wheat February 14th, Danmark, 49,681 cen tals wheat. February 17th, Alnslle, 62,330 centals wheat. February 17th, Star of Bengal, 65,384 centals wheat. February 18th,. Germanla, 24,810 cen tals wheat. February 27th, Moel Tryvan, 55,167 centals wheat. March 1st, East Lothian, 22,713 bar rels flour. March 15th, Celtic Race, 64,255 centals wheat. - March 23d, Dundale, 20,850 barrels flour. March 30th, Larnaca, 49,100 centals wheat. April 5th, City of Florence, 20,000 barrels flour. May 1st, Blrkdale, 52,309 centals wheat May 11th, British Army, 44,905 cen tals wheat. May 12th, Highland Home, 22,786 cen tals wheat. May 13th, Oakbank, 7,403 centals heat and 22,500 barrels flour. May 1401, Seaforth, 41,023 centals wheat May 19th , Olmara, 43,306 centals wheat In the case of M. J. Kinney et als., charged with illegal fishing on the Co lumbia, near the opposite shore, Judge Cleveland has decided that this state holds concurrent jurisdiction. The Intention of counsel for defense, as expressed by Mr. Fulton last even ing, is' to surrender the defendants lo the sheriff, get them out on a writ of habeas corpus, and have the case tried in tho United States district court In Portland. A question similar to the one raised In this case occurred some months since, when a fisherman was charged with stealing a net, the property of Mr. R. D. Hume. The man was in Astorla-when the complaint against him was sworn- out, and as the deputy sheriff from Washington had no requi sition papers, his attorneys raised the point that Oregon had no jurisdiction. The defendant, however, got on board the steamer. Telephone to go up the river, and the minute he put his foot on board the steamer the deputy ar rested him. His case came up In the circuit court at Cathlamet, and tho Judge decided that the jurisdiction of Washington extended to the. south shore of the Columbia. All members of the Carpenters' and Joiners Union.. No. 620, are notified that on Thursday, May 8th, will be held the semi-annual nomination meet ine. A full attendance Is required. Fines will be strictly enforced. By or der of the president, WILLIAM A. FRY, It. S PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that all debts contracted previous to June 1st, 1892 are due and collectable of John nana Obligations entered Into from this date will be liquidated by the firm of Hahn & Company. JOHN riAriJN, O. J. PETERSON. ENCOURAGEMENT FOR THE FEEBLE. So lone as the falling embers of vi tality are capable of being rekindled into a warm and genial glow, just so long there la hope for the weak ana emaciated Invalid. Let him not, there fore, despond,, but derive encourage ment from this, and from tne runner fact that there is a restorative most potent In renewing the auapiaaiea powers of a broken down system, Yes, thnnka to its unexampled tonic virtues, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is aauy rovivlnc strenirth in the bodies and hope In the minds of the feeble and nprvnun. ADDetlte. reiresiuius biccu. tsition of flesh and color, are blessings attendant upon the reparative processes wnlcn mm priceless iiinsm ant speedily Initiates and carries to a successful conclusion. Digestion is re stored, the blood fertilized, and bus afforded to each other life-sustaining organ by the Bit ters, Which is inoffensive even iv mo feminine palate, vegeiauio m "'"'y: sltlon. and thorougniy sine. u and regain vigor! STRENGTH AND HEALTH. Tf vou are not feeling strong and healthy, try wieciric n.teio. nna" ha IPTT VOU WetUt HU J I list Klectric Bitters. This remedy acts liver, stomach, and Kid neys, gently aiding those organs to hoir functions. If you are afflicted with sick headache, you will find speedy ana permanent reira taking Electric Bitters. One trial will i. vn.i that this Is the remedy you need. Large bottles only 60c. at Charles Roger's drug store. A Pure Cure for J'llea. -rtohinir tmim a.i known by moisture like perspiration, causing Intense ituhlng when warm, ima Itleedlm; or Protruding, yield at once to Dr. HoBanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly on the part affected, absorbs tumors, allays itching and effects a permanent cure. 50c. Drugcrist or mall, niffiiinrit fre. Dr. Boaanko, 329 Arch street, Philadelphia, Fa. Bold by J. W, ;onn. iLLi. ft The only rare C f T:-n2r i" Vsed in Millions of Home' FOK BALK. FUKN1SHE1) HOUSE OF U BOOMS, CEN trally located. Inquire) nt this ollk-e. QQ ACKEH & '.5,00 I'EH ACltS IMlMtOVKU OO funning faiitl with Iruit. tree. 20 ncres cleared, 2o acres pasture. Dwelling lioine, wine house and other bullillnic). Unit mile iroui 8teambOHt landing at Uiookflelil, by boat or road. Inquire o( owoer ou premises MHS. H. E. dilCKLhK. CHEAP A FEW CHOlOli LOTS IN ADAIR'S A3torla-Eay tornn. oj KranK Binlile at torney at luw 173 Cass Street. ROOMS TO Jft.VT. H MAIN HTKfcKr I10US12 HAS UrEN uewlv iitriilsned tlirouuli'iut: nlc rooms lor rmt by day, week, or intuitu, by proprietor and mamiKur, MHS il. St'KLLMloH. c WHACK next noon to k. c. iiold- eu's. seven rooms ami Uiwmonl lor iod. Inquire next door. roOMS Iff A OOtJl) LOCATION KOIt XV bouHelt. up UK, No. 273 .Main Stre-tt. N1 1CKI.Y KOKNUHED K JO.MS BY D Y, week ormoiiin turn very reusoiiiiuiti at Hie Oriel, 71i Third Street. MMCELLAXVOVS. rl.L ON I'. BAKKIt. 47rt TlllltU Sl'KEET (j ami liavo your doilies uyeu ami ciuaueu. CBO. Mol.KAX.COltMEIt OI.NKY AND A I lor Htreet-s. dors tt Kener.il bnsliu siln black- sinltlilnK and ri-paiiiiix. MACHINE SHOP JAS. DAI ta rV, I rop'r. (KuceoMior to Armlt & Pcrclicn.) Bnilrrltefialriiiir amI I'anneiy WVik. Kcpalr- IiikoI lllver Draft a H(.c!llty: Mncliluc Win k of all kimls done. Hiior, not of l.ufnyitto St. Seaside Saw Mill. A complete stork ijf lumber on hand In the ini'h or iln-iHCil. Klo- iinir. KliKtic. OeiliiiK, ml ull kind of finish: Moi.lillinrs and Shin gles j aluo linii'ket Work done to order. Terms reimonanio ana prices av nou roe, nn unit in promptly ttteiidcd to. Ollire ami yard at mill. . U. K. L, LOU .IN, l'ropr, Heailuo, Oregon, NOTICE. I will be elad to receive any Items concerning Bocial events that residents of Astoria desire to have published In the society columns of the Sunday ur egonlan. Such notices must reach me not later than Thursday evening of each week. JOHN R. RATHOM, Oregonlan Correspondent, P. O. box 580 ROSS, HICCiN r& CO., butchers - and - Grocers, Astoria and Upper Astoria. Fine Tom and Colt m. Table D llt-nvii, Domestic ami Tropical Fruits, Vego a lilusnugar curod liaius, liac.-n. etc. CHOICE FRfcSH & SALT MEATS CAMPBELL BROS. (Successors t" Warron 4 Campberl), . WARKKNTON, OKKOON, Doalora lu DOH-Y GOODS, GENTS" FURNI8UING GOODS. Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes nnnnrniro staple Hnui.rn ra Hard ware, Iron nnd Steel, Crockery, GlasBWnr. Woooenware, wouons, evo., nay, Grulu, Flour and Keeu. OTTO I "Small Prollu on l'h Salts." HUNTER & MERGENS, . Proprietors of Uio Onier Second and limit n air- ela Corner Third ud W e tl'lulitli streets. Foard & Stoke anooiDno tiiMilcrt In GlHsswnre. Crookerv. Slill) Supplies i.,l...r.i.n WniMi mill Kine WlilHkies. Kino Ten ana Oollce a Specialty. The Finest ll.-plY of Frulis In Hie City, i-'resii on Kvcry Bimiincr. Lomor oi intra aim weni iiiiiii'i run-mi. A.STOKIA IK WOltKN, Uoneomly street, loot jackmiii, Astoria, Oreirou. General Maeliinists & Boiler Makers Uiid and Marine Engine. Boiler work. Steam boat aim Cannery wont atipcouiiy Cutis gi of All Descriptions Mtds to Order t Boon nouof. , JOhN FOX President and Sup- ",1m r OA .....viin rrraiuru DR. GUNN'S ONION ornim oinur FOR COUGHS, COLDS h'D cnoup. GRANDMOTHER'S ADVICE. In rilnr futnfly of nln children, my only rem dv for Couf hi. Colde and Croup wm onloa Myrr It leiuMueftMilvitln-aAT It w forty years N mv irnn(lrhildr(.d tako Dr. Ounn'i Onion Byrup whlnli la elrondy prspal ed end mcr 9leaeat to Ui. lute. Sold at bo uu.iu boiua. For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggist El in) 1 t Amu'juiu; No Alum. '"cars the Standard s c? : an Our Stock Represents Over 1000 Styles. Trouserings, Overcoatings, Suitings. Prices $5 to $50. Samples, Self-measuhememt Rules, and Tape-line Hailed Free. Worth more than standard value worth two for ono for the World's Fair and more than that to you. We are selling half-dollars ror a dollar a-pieca. You get a World s Fair I Souvenir Coin for a Dollar Original in Design. A Work 0? We devote the entire and ennobling the People's Souvenir and Rare Coi Investment. bin. U. S. $5 Goldpiece 1822 U. S. 1804 Silver Dollar U. S. Half-Dollar 1796 U. S. 1802 Silver 5-Cent Pie;-, U. S. 1856 Eagle Penny U. S. 1793 Copper Cent (Amoi.'; Queen's Jubilee s-Sovrcignj Enr. Napoleon's loo-day sfr., Frenclu King William Coronation, Gcr. iS6i German "Peace" Coin3 1871 Thi? will be the best investment you ever made A World's Fair Souvenir Com : A National Heirloom for only $L00, 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 owa Exposition, we have resolved to offer the whole issue for sale at if 1. 00 each. Apply to any Bank, or v:v Order, Iiank Draft, cr P I'.lO wish, with i:is'.n:ci ;::is to j. or. 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Art in Itself. amount towards developing, Great Fair. as an Face Market value, value. j.oo 900.00 1. 00 900.00 .o 52.50 .05 100.00 01 5.00 .01 50.00 34-33 32-00 1. 00 4.00 .66 1.25 .66 1.25 Tbct OiT.ce or Express Money .1 letter for as many coins a3 you scad Cera to you, to C'.:::r.;Mr?n Exposition, !LL. , North Pacific Brewery JOHN KOPP, Piopiietor. lloliemiaii - Laser - Uir And XX Pnrtflr. All lilillTHIHlllUplly ntt.MMlrll to, Do You Know That-tho Weekly Astorian Goes Everywhere? Advertisers, Do you see Your chance? HIV I