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TUB DAILY ASTOIUAJV AWTOlilA, HATUIJDA MOUKUSU, JUtfE 3 Joi3
ABOUT THE CUT. Services at the Scandinavian M. E, church, Upper Astoria, at 11 a, m., and at Knlemeyer's hall at 7:45 p. m. Fresh strawberries at Smith's today. An insane man named Victor Nelson was taken to St. Mary's hospital yes terday. He will be taken to Salem. The original Root Beer Extract is .teasers. celver, J. V. Marlen; financier. Otto Hellborn; gujde, Dan Campbell;-inside watchman, D. C. Ryckman; outside watchman, David Alrth; Medical ex aminer. Dr. M. M. Walker. Disagreement FOR BALIS. Charles A. Kennell, a native of Swe den, yesterday declared his intention of becoming a citizen of the United States. Fresh Clatsop cream received every iiiui mug m toiraann s. John Murray yesterday proved up on a pre-emption, entry for 1G0 acres of land In sections 28 and 33, township 4 north, range 8 west. - Remember the Austin Housa at the Sea side is open the year around. Mrs. M. Dillon died at Sfc Mary's hospital yesterday of heart disease. She had been ailing for some time, and it was realized that death was likely to claim her at any moment. J. W. Thompson, organist at the M. K. church, wishes to take a few more pupils in music, piano or organ. Ad dress, 6S9, Astor street The first practice game of football of LWRMSHKD HOUSK OF 1J KOOM.i, CEN- F tmllv lfUIMlj.il Irw..ilr. nt tl.l.. ..IV...' Ol the jLirVi 00 acres a :S,00 i-kb ACKK IMI'KOVKO ' J' OO fiirmliiK land with fruit, tree. 20 acres cieHreu.w acres pinlure. Dwelling linnae. Ware miiisa and oilier builillnw. Hair nuln ir..... Steaiulioat landlnir at Hriuilcflnlil. hi- l...ui .... me nrsi or tne tlsh trap cases came ctipVi "M" erou premises jins. ii. e. up tvr uwnng yesieraay in Jusiice I - tnptl. flfl fnllnwa T? T? TnHrMi W T1 the season will be played today at the SphlPlw T Rnlw nrt" cm mnn' ... ; , r i" The witnesses called for the prosecu Will iara tha A a'i11 .... ( . T.-l - . I " " - i.a,ii a.v ruoi ton wfro KhprtfT Smith CnnatuMo maan Blreeu is expectea tnat obergi Captain RohfloId an3 Mat(S Cleveland's court before a Jury of four pHEAP A FEW CHOICE LOTS IN ADAIR'S , J Aslorla-hany termj. Se Frank Hwtlleat- lorucy ai iuw uass Birtl. HOOMS TO MKMT. Q T.WKN18HKI) KOOMN, MAIN KTUKKT 1' I10U . it , , ... . vnuiu.il jmiiiuiu, o.,iu male I ... . wo run teams will be on the ground, stuart, of the steamer Dwyer. Their ne. Kverylliliig newlv Iltieil thionh o, 175 JIafu t,t, M liH, II, 6TliI,LMEll(. rtOlTAUE NEXT DOOlt TO K. C. HOLD J en's. Seven rooms unci basement for TiiMiMH ii a (nun :npTin-j mm x-ur un ut-iciisf, xi lioueiop.ug, no, 273 Malu Blreor. so that the practice will be a profit- testmony waa m substance sIrnl-lar fl nlrt on A In. tiO wav hair nn nn Via. I - ' - j wfc b"6 lc n tu AffAnf that tran riiftl nma tiT.,.,1 Inm.l.a.vf.l,,., til. . . . V- .- V V 1 V. HHU tlJ I IIUUIICIIUAIIUinih r . , r. B-.. 1 " Btt""- lne not hauled up when they examined it on Saturday night. C. Olsen, the defendant, testified that Ryan & Co. 537. Third stropt hnvslthe tunnel of thft trun hal boon hnnlv1 Just received a full line of 1893 patterns Up as tight as possible Saturday after- "80rlel. 71 Tlnni Str,tiU in wall paper, and comprising all the TT. . v..1 latest designs and Bhades. at the low- "IO " Bupineu uy MISVKLLAMKOV. est prices. Call and see them. Hans Holton and Knute Colvlck. The train will bring the players and their friends back to town. XT1CKLY FtlKNHIIf.D K'JOMS ItV Ti lY Xi week or nionili terms very reasunalile at case w filven to th 1i.rv ahonf 4 'ft I r- . ' 1"1KI 8IKbHT Boat No. 4R hoinno-w n u . . . . J aim uave yonr clonics uyeu aim cicaneii ting Packing Company, and in charge charged them as they were, unable to G?, of Harry Johnson, was carjsized in tho L t .... t M V,r lJ1.,..''er,1Uu!,'u,Mll, bll4i;K- , ' r icusicc. il Yitxa siaitru luai lvir. m. j. I aiiiibiiiu aim irfaiiina. oreaKers near iso. z buoy, yesterday, Kinniv hart omro hi winino-np v .1 il 1 i 1 . . I " r "vi me ouai puner, wnose name could tr, o-ih v. 0 The Rod and Gun Club will meet not be learned, was drowned. .Tnhnsrvn o . ... ti . j.. tonfleht Rt TTtlnr'o Won o .ii, .. . -c,u""' U1 l"u "wow irapineii are ui- a mstance of almost a Uatlsned at th . hinp- tHod on Raser's Root Beer Superior to all haJJ a mlle by the "comber" that thia .m. ,ai i - i I " V iinv a a r v 4 t "Liicio. ewampea me Doat. out hr-ina- n Mmnn ... t. ... o I me law snouia De eniorcea wiui rei- There will be the usual services at swimmer, managed to keep himself crpnra . tra. an w-n n... in th tne congregational church tomorrow. unl assistance arrived. He was of giu.net men but they tWnk corning suoject, "The Christian;" p up oy tne occupants or another jurisdiction properly belongs In Wash. evening subject, "What Lack I Yet." ul l" cutting company's boats, inirton. Without admittinir the lustlce xne buniiay school meet at 12 m., and AUluns ma le"ow nsnermen Johnson is 0f this stand, it is said that the Wash- trie Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. . "winea witn oeanng a charmed life, lngton fish commissioner is indifferent iic Iia uiiiiust. miraculously escaped as to whether or not he prosecutes MACHINE SHOP J AS. DALGITY, Iro'r. (Successor to Armit & Ferchen.) Boiler Repairing and Cnimmv Wnilr Hei.nlr- ing of Klvcr Craft a Sueclally. Machine Work of all kinds dune, Hliop, foot of Lafayetlu HI. Strawberries mann's. and cream at Col - drowning or many previous occasions, violators of the Sunday law, and it is no is among xne most aaring of the If von wnnt Hnm " most uai-.ng or tne mor6 than Ukely tnat on thls nuestion wmv iUUl, Mooers' is the place to get them. ' men Wh0 dlUIy rlsk tnelr ,lves ,n - much will yet be said by the flsher- r.,i r. u 7 .;.., ,.r lng ml tne breakers, but does not men at Ilwaco. Olsen's case will be A complete stock ef lumber on han.l Hi Hip .....j, i luc i.,! uunuiuuii ot seem to mind lh lnnvr TT hi- rougn ur aressco. Kloorlnif. Kimtie, Ceilinu W. Parker's hall. Rev. Rteon nf tho .... t ... (, i i8- viw., wu n , .. , . Iclula lu uns ciiv ne rnmnminprt np .weBiau Luuicmn cnurcn, win having lost his pipe and nine fine fish preach in the chapel on Pine street but otherwise was In his ftcr.atr,mi ounuay morning at sunuay spirits. nciium it me suine pmcB at :au a. m. were saved Our Stock Jiepresentu Over 1000 Styles. Trouserings, Overcoatings, Suitings. Prices $5 to $50. Samples, Self-measurement Rules, and Tape-line Mailed Free. DM 'J. 128 FIRST STP.IET, Portland, Orecom. Heief for Silel 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 and another jury impanelled. -Westport cream fresh every morning at brnitn s ice cream parlors. Third St. Viking Lodge No. 14, I. O. G. T., will The boat and tta Minmnt. give an entertainment with refresh- ,.,.... .....I.. V.. .. . . L. .. t L.ll Cedar and West Sixth streets. Ad mission 25 eents. s (i( (lnlkh: Moi liilnca unci Hliln- Uloi alio Unickft Wurk done to uriior. Teriu reasonable and prices at bed nick. AH orders promptly mieiuiea to. onico and yar.l at mi 1. u..r. i.. AiUMrtis, rropr. ouaaiuu, uicguu. Ordinal in Design. World's' Fair Souvenir Coin for a Dollar Beautiful in Execution. Cigars of the choicest brands, includ. Ing the Belmont, Flor de Madrid, and Wedding Bouquet can be had at Frank PERSONAL MENTION. NOTICE. Fish Protector Holllstor D. McGuIre At a late hour last evening it was re- " L'II'er ASlona s.tore . i .u . . t. . t r i iiub, nigmns ec company ana get a t-ui luu uiu.1. iwu uwus nau oeen cap- cup or coffee or a plate of ice cream Call at the Upper Astoria store of was in town yesterday. Mr. A Bized near Fort Canby, and that the without money or price, only to show Occident yesterday from Colorado. Mr. P. J. McGowan, of Chinook, egonlan. Such notices must reach me occupants had been saved by the life- Lha meTli of St. Charles Evaporated moving crew irom tne cape, xso rur- ther particulars could be. ascertained. Olsen, the small-pox patient, was For fln winp nnd ,in.,n. .n o brouent tack from the Pesthouse yes- I will be glad to receive any Items B. Clark registered at the concerning social events that residents or Astoria uemre to nave published in tne society columns or the Sunday Or- came down from Portland yesterday. terday. He is looking remarkably well, although his entire hndv la a UitnVW Hta"LiSt K,e a"lpays Ptted as a leopard's. His face is pit- ted, but the marks are so slight as to not later than Thursday evening of pai'h wfxic. john w T)THnn,r Attorney H. Pilklngton, of Portland, Oregontan Correspondent, P. O. box 580 was a guest at the Occident yesterday. Mr. G. W. Kerr was among the ar rivals from the metropolis yesterday. Mr. A. It. Gilmore, of St. Louis, was ROSS, HIOCIN .A CO., August Danlelson's Sample Rooms. Meany Is the leading tailor and na the highest cash price for fur skins. "U I lljcu J9 til t? HU Cillgllt ItS lO ' 1 " I . i 11 be barely noticeable. An Astorlan re- among tne arrIvals in. town yesterday. l)UtCIierS - ftllU - Ixl'OCCJ , orating nas been done in the store of porter asked him whether he had any I Mr. W. C. Cowgill, soliciting freight Astoria and Upper AstorK i' , uBers oc lu. colors periectiy complaints to make in regard to the agent or tne Kmpire line, was in town Pino Teas and Offe es. Table Dallcaol!", oienaea ana painting or a superior ex- treatment he received during his isola- yesterday. - jawwuho aim inipicm rrniw, veg-tin- v,. , to "tm Mr. lieotCfi W. HIRhnn nf Portland I . - been kent" unnecpssarllv lonir In tlio .i 1 LMUItt rRtSH S bALT .... o - waa a- uaaseiiKvr on me leieDnone vea- pesinouse. "i am tnorougniy satisued terday to this city. with tho t T-oo tmi.n t T iAnolv ' ' V. n I ,,! fc. .L Rev- L- Waly has returned from a I oiu, ciuu i rjaii&u inai my uc it'll iiuii i . . , , , , , , ... , T , two week's trip to the Sound and will , t, ... . .v, nreach next Sun(iay at the usual hours. .vi .ivyiums uuiuib my ill hits tJSL I of the place as neat as anything here tofore seen in this city. Raser's Extract Root Beer, the pur est. For all kinds of job printing, go to Del. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorlan build' ing. ME. ITS CAMPHKU, BKOS. house." His attendant corroborated this ENCOURAGEMENT FOR statement, and said that as far as the FEEBLE The call for a meeting of property owners this evening at the chamber of deputy health officer was concerned commerce rooms has been numerously he had tried to do, and had done, what signed, and the prospects are that the was right and proper in the case. (8ucce"r t Warren & CanipbeM), THE wAtttmn iu, ukjiuuiii, " VVH1V IQ IU XXRTT GOODO. GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes . So long as the falling embers, of vi tality, are capable of being rekindled S5 . Kjff GROCERIES . joiners Union, No. 620, are notified , j '""u. xjci mm hoi, -"ere- . iron mid stepl rropkcr niauBwnr. tnwnrd ame11nrn.tlrur ttiA nondltlnn nf fnu..Li.. o.v. fore, despond, but derive enp.mira.irp. " w " 'JJ?P "a . -rocery, 01aBWar. o . t Lno.1 ju j.uuioua.j(, juu.j oiu, win ucl.r, " ,t , . j " .7 " LTc" oouenware, riouonn, ei., nay. Every one interested is ex- held the semi-annual nomination meet- nt 'rm. t"'3' ,and from th4? further mg. A full attendance is required. ,w ""- ,i""Bi puLctit. in iL'uuwiug ine uuu.piuatea Vn th ifi.npnf nr twnu der of the president. Howe. ur .a DroKen aow" systom, ices, o - w-..v . v " J i - . . . . . i Tlinnwy Tn ira unavnmnlpri tnnln tr rfnaa w . . a M a i if .. .... .. VW...W ... vuv.. ' ' I UfiDtnttnw'a CM 1. 1 II t .. I.. J .. 1 1 -. I reviving strength in the bodies and affairs, pected to be in attendance. for-a-quarter cigars in Astoria at Chas. . Olsen Buy Raser's Root Extract to make a healthful, refreshing beverage. Sold everywhere. Deputy Marshal Stewart returned hope in the minds of the feeble and yesterday from oearnan Park, wnere nervous. Appetite, refreshing sleep. he went to securei the body of a man I the acquisition of flesh and color, are found on the beach Wednesday bv t. I blessings attendant upon the reparative a crazy mongolian was iouna in cm- nmr,. .,i,.h hi1 r,rinoia inionr. natown yesterday, frightfully hacked H- Lalghton. He returned without the ant speedlly Initiates and carries to a with a knife. He had slashed his head, body, having burled it there. It was successful conclusion. Digestion is re- neck, body, one hand and feet until he so decomposed that it was found im- stored, the blood fertilized, and sus- had fallen from loss of blood. Some of Possible to remove it. The hair on the teHmJSg organ by the Bit- hls fingers on the left hand were almost head and face was nearly all gone, ters, which, is inoffensive even to the severed and were taken off. At the and the body so swollen that it was feminine palate, vegetable in compo- hnfiit!.! h mi a rpfPd odmiooinn Wp hpvond rpeotmirion. From all indica- sition, ana thoroughly sare. use it Ornln. Flour and Kepd. MOTTOl "Small I'rotlU o Cash Kales.'" HUNTER & MERGENS, Proprietors of tlio Portland Butchering Co.'s Markets A Work of Art .in Itself. We devote thG entire amount towards developing tnd ennobling the People's Great Fair. Souvenir ami Rare Coins as an Investment. toln. U. S. $5 Goldpiece 182a U. S. 1804 Silver Dollar U. S. Half-Dollar 1796 U. S. 1802 Silver 5-Ccnt Piec. U. S. 1856 Eagle Penny . U. S. 1793 Copper Cent (AraoL; Queen's Jubilee 5-Sovreign, Eng. Napoleon's 100-day 5ft., French. King William Coronation, Ger. to.:: German "Peace" Coins 1S71 This will be the best investment you ever made A World's Fair Souvenir Coin A National Heirloom for only $.00. Under Act of Congress wc 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 $1.00 each. Apply to any Bank, or sen-! Vox Office or Express Money Order, Bank Draft, or Rc.v i cttt-r for as many coins as you wish, with insfract'-'r.: b-r;, u .',.-. 'n to you, to Pace Market value, value. 5.00 900.00 1. 00 900.00 .o 53.50 .05 100.00 01 5.00 .01 50.00 24-33 3' 1. 00 4.00 .66 1.25 .66 1.25 Trcr.ru r;r -Wc; Ci.fi: :: Wan Exposition , KO, ILL. was brought down town again for med ical attendance. Don't fall to sett and read the World's Columbian Exhibition Illustrated, B, F. Coe, agent. Fresh fish received at the Albatross Fish market daily. Salmon 10 cents per pound. A new dancing school has been es tablished In this city by Mrs. Foreman and the Misses Foreman of Portland. Monday of each week will be the reg ular class evening, for adults, and In the afternoon of the same day between 4 and 6 o'clock lessons will be given to children. Beginners" will be taught z from 5 to 6, and the advanced pupils from 8 to 10 p. m. tlons it was evident the man had made a desperate struggle for his life. One boot was gone, and the three heavy woolen shirts he wore, were nearly off, having been pulled over his head, and in which position, he evidently stran gled. From all appearances the man was a fisherman, of good build, and about 5 feet 9 Inches in height. Mr. Stewart brought the remaining boot and pieces of the shirt and trousers to the coroner's office, where friends may be able to Identify them. In the pock ets were found some cartridgee of 22- caliber, pin fire. Part of them were loaded with ball, and a few simply contained powder. The boots were of thick leather, and on the back of one of them, above the heel, was a square and regain vigor! 2,228,672. Wing Lee has just received a full line piece of the same material fastened on of Japanese curiosities and fancy goods. to assEt in taking the boots oft. Each AY ill sell at cost. w inira street. . .,a ,, imn nlate i " "-,u Parties vlsltlnR In Portland can get The nailed on It. Two keys on a large steel Dal y Astorlan at Hancliey e Huar news , ,i, rt y,a stand. 150 First street. " pocKeis. une ol uiu oim w wo v. The two Mason boys w6re released white duck, one of red and white check from the Jail yesterday morning by of cotton and wool material, and the Chief Loughery, a mistake having been other a heavy woolen garment. maa In (1 T-T"rtlH Tl (T ftipm Mr PfLHRIl. . ... . . . The merits of St .Charles Evaporated who was the cause of the boys' arrest, m ... OTh,b,tpd to the Dub.lc now says that they are Innocent, and today at Roes, HIggins & Company's nwirrllner to the otatement of Mrs. store. UDPer Astoria, in a very enect- Mason, expressed his regret, at com- J and I popular ay. Devious Ice Ing too hastily to the conclusion which ratpd 'ocam. will be served free. Be promptetLthe arrest. sure and come. .Del. Ferguson, general Job printer, Astorlan building, upstairs. iirst class work at reasonable rates. A CULTIVATED TASTE Would naturally lead a person posscss- of rrnur'n rallprv. a life-size Ins it to prefer the best things obtain- orayon with every dozen cabinets or- able and guard against Imperfections, dered. Offer good for 39 days. The Gall Borden Eagla brand Con- (aeXISeU JJIHK 1 UHIUiilim ill quauij ao a trial will prove. Grocers lu.rt drug- met at their hall In the Odd Fellows' - building last night. Degree work and Initiations were performed, and several applications for membership were made E. W. Kuykendall was elected as rep resenting delegate, and George Mc Lean as alternate, to the Grand Lodge, which meets at Portland in July. The following officers were elected for next term: Master workman, Albert Dun bar; foreman, C. B. Haraden; overseer, 3. T. Ross; recorder, A. L. Clark; re- gists keep it. DO YOU LIKE OYSTERS? Those who wish to have the finest Shoalwater Bay oysters or clams by the quart or pint in jars, can have them delivered nice and fresh by Hom er Fletcher. Orders left at The Asto rlan office will receive prompt and care ful attention from him. JEFF'S, !m Only Restaurant. I)pn1ra In ftlfivaivni-a Pmfbi.u Cltln Ci....ltu I These figures represent the number lolmecn. Wines and Fine Whisklwi. fiuhToo! oi bottles or Dr. King s Hew uiscovery nna t!oiieeBnecialty. llio Finest Display of for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, "",' 'v rJJ' f 'ty Frish 011 Steamer, which were sold in the united states Corner Third and Yet klKhtU streets. J. KTTTSI'TVTX lias nst recelvod a flue lu.c ot Foard & Stokes WEDDING PRESENTS anooEno .. i oii'.isnnL' u Blivor lion lion I)l.illB -, I'rint libhe-', llc-rrv nv es. Nut TowK Mustard I'ois. lJ:sult .lam. Celery (ilasxes, Hnlr Tin Irays, l'lu Cushions, I'lvtiirt Krainen, IHImna, c!e nil ntjw gooila and l.iti-sl d?hlKs. Coi ner of Third and West Eight" streets. from March. 1891. to March, 1892. Two million, two hundred and twenty-eight thousand, six hundred and seventy-two bottles sold in one year, and each and every bottle was sold on guarantee that money would be refunded It 'sat isfactory results did not follow its use, ASTORIA IHWlt WOKKN, Oncmnly atreet. loot Jar loon, Astoria, Oregon. , Merchant eamsliip Co.s Mi ConiKTlfiiK will) iniauiui jr icouiiD Uiu livyi. ivuun w unci If 1 11 I J ! It t I The secret of Its success is plain. It UOlHTul iUiiCIlIIiLSLy ft ISUIKT iliUKCrS Clliii rhto Kil,vr an.l Oi.i 8t,n.. S!.,"1"1?"" "v, " Marine Engine,, Bol.er w.,k, S.eH.n- 'P riiur and i'ai.naim WA.b a U...k..1 t OastinM of AH Dooorintioiif Ktio tn Ornnr at ' wii lie, xaeoni,. i; Y, r. I " mmoiil. rilFluaven, ,1H.H'M0, niw n esiiiiln- JOl.N (-OX.. Pre-ldenf. ai d Him. U KOX Vlee i'reflldeii depended on as the very best remedy for Coughs and Colds, ets. Price 60c. and $100. At Chas. Rogers, drugstore. STRENGTH AND HEALTH. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "la grippe" has left you weak and weary. use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts directly . on liver, stomach, and kid neys, gently aiding those organs to preform their functions. If you are afflicted with sick headache, you will find speedy and permanent relief by taking Electric Bitters. One trial will convince you that this is the remedy you need. Large bottles only 60c, at Charles Roger's drug store. C. R. F. P. U. NOTICE. COLDS m-o I ill. ... it. . r Vv' hkui,u iiujHLHiy melius oi me ,o- tsoCX fi iun ncntm lumbia River Fishermen's Protective SACA'. AMU UHUUP. Union will be hv?ld at their reading GRANDMOTHER'S ADVICE rooms Baturoay, June a, to, at 7:39 mmirtni .family of mn.hii3H.n..roniy wm- Is to be transacted. Members in good iiimiawtlT",:ii!y''",r:"rr.y'M and to brinsr the r bork or rece nt along. ""-" i. mu )oiu. iiu. BOFUS iflNSKN, Secretary. ' or sale by J. w. Conn, Druggist. DR.GUNtrS OHIO!! SYRUP fOR COUGHS, liter an I Viinrou er U a vhi Al0' In : o. ii ivit i i i.ei u il e H. fl, Wlhmiixlon ,. H n. llnytUu lUM'lihl c IficlKlit nt-lved at llnth r a wharf, foot ol Main thee!. 1'or further iHMlenlnrM um.iu u- tlm olllcn, corner Thlnl aii l Alain ali.iet. PKlMiUriOX 1IUO'.. AKeniir Tide Table io'r AHtorki.' J UNI?. North Pacific Brewery JOHN KOFP, Proprietor. JJoliomian - Lager - Wwy Ami XX Porter. All onion promptly ntteiuled to, Do You Know That the Weekly 111(111 WATKIl. TTTi A. M. 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