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TUE DAILY ASTOIUAJN, . ASTORIA. WEDNESDAY MOltNllNOi, JUNE Zl li3.
AliOUT THE CUT. George Cole neverely. cut his wrist Jwith an ax yesterday morning while chopping wood. Oregon strawberries at Smith's today, Remember McGulre's Hotel at Sea- elde Is open the year around. .friendly match In which some good shooting was done. The score was as follows: Schwab, 3G; Loughery, 47; Noe, 38; Roseburg, 31; Cook, 43. It Is the Intention of the club to Is sue a challenge to the Protland marks men for a match at clay pigeons to take place some time In July, probably about the 8th or 10th. I-; Raser'n hers. Root Beer Superior to all CORRESPONDENCE. MEETING OF THE CITY COOIl The Small-Fox Claim Ordinance iIU . drawn liy Mr. Barker. Before Justice Cleveland yesterday Hilary A. Cawley and Charles Barker jwere united In marriage. ' If you want some extra One photos, moocts is me place to get tnem. The Relmont cigar can be had at ; Chas. Olson's. Christian E. Larsen, a native of Nor way, was admitted to citizenship in the circuit court yesterday. Menny Is the leading tailor and pays i no nignest casn price ror Xur skins. The original Raser's. Root Beer Extract Is A marriage license was taken out at the clerk's office yesterday by Andrew Olsen and Mathilda Kangas. Westpcrt cream fresh every morning at smttn s ice cream parlors. Third Bt. Strawberries mann's. and cream at Col in the circuit court yesterday the case, of the. Clatsop Mill Co. against TOmil Warnstaff was on trial. For fine wines and liquors call at August Danlelson's Sample Rooms. Raser's Extract Root Beer, the pur- . st Frank Nlckerson, who figured In this city In one or two glove contests, died yesterday In Portland of pneumonia. Lovers of a good cigar can ahvays I find mild, fresh lielmonts at Chas. Olson's. For genuine sweet cream1 that will will)), go to Colniann's. The following will be found self-ex planatory: Astoria, Or., June 20th, 1893. Editor Dally Astorlan: " Dear Sir: In your paper of today you have a report of what H. V. Ronlnger, of Portland, said last Sunday about Mr. Brlggs and the Presbyterian As sembly. Allow me to say a few words about this. When Rev. Ronlnger says: "Has not the Presbyterian general assembly cut Itself off from ecumenical Christian thought, and from the Holy Catholic (he meant Christian) church through out the world?" I will answer In the name of the largest part of the Chris tian church: "No! not at all!" .The fact Is, the Lutheran church -Is the or iginal Apostolic church, and counts more than the half of the Protestant church, or more than all the other de nominations together, (39,483 churches, 29,527 pastors and 51,012,476 communi cant members. It represents the whole population of Norway, Denmark, Swed en, the northern part of the European continent and a great deal of the Amer- ca) and teaches the verbal inspiration. The Bible Is God's revealed word." Respectfully yours , L. NISSEN, Pastor of the Lutheran Church. A SHORT BUT BUSY SESSION FOR SALE. OO AOKKM Mo.wu 1'KB AVlii l.Uf'itOVEO Of) fiirniiDK laud Willi fruit, tiff-. 20 ncrcs cleared, 20 acres pasture. Dwelling home, ware liousit Hint oilier biiildliii:-!. H:il( mile from Sleunilioat landing ui iirookflr-ld, hv bout or row!, inquire of owner on premises MK.j. U.K. SSncKLhtt. CHEAP A FKW CHORE LOTS IV ADMITS Astorla-Kiiny terms, bee Frank Spittle at torney at law 172 Cas Street. V (3 L&3 HOOHH ro Mtcyr. Liquor Licenses au! l'vlilioim irantd Tho Cow Ordinance" Amended Othnr ltusinea. UNCLAIMED LETTERS. Thero will be a practice game, of football this evening at Smith's Point. The train will leave at 6:15. All club members are expected to be present. For all kinds of Job printing, go to Del. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorlan building. Parties visiting In Portland can get The Dally Astorlan at Handley & Haas' news stand, lot) nrst street. Henry Less, who was charged with cutting "Buck" Flynn, was discharged by Justice Cleveland yesterday after noon, Mr., Flynn having "forgotten" all about the affair. Fresh fish received at the Albatross Fish market dally. Salmon 10 cents per pound. Del. Ferguson, general job printer, Astorlan building, upstairs. First- class work at reasonable rates. List of Letters Unclaimed at the As. torla Postofflce. In applying for the letters referred to herein state when advertised. Advertised June 20, 1893. Anderson, August Anderson, C. O. Anderson, Henry F. Carlson, Chr. Demetri, John Christainson Minnie Ellwood, O. R. Fleming, Miss Ina Fredrickson, W. Grinde, Otto Hallcraft, B. H. Hilly, Erik Harrington & Wltzky Hagnes, Chas. Hnbbard, Mrs E. Hubbard, Miss LetaJohnson, Johanna Katajala, Mlkko Lakeman Mrs E. E, Larsen, Emll McGIlavary Angus Mitchell, Geo. P ' McGregor, Jas. M. Mitchell, George Neal, Mrs.- Harriet Olsen, J. Okerstrom, Her. Searle, Andrew Smith, Henry Silencer, H. M. 3 Tyler, Miss Maud Tansy Point Syndicate. Walker, J. Weber, Mrs. Lilian FOREIGN LIST. Chrlstensen, Carl Hansen, Alfred M. Kerr, Albert Nazzireno, Guidotte Penttlla, Antti JAMES W. HARE, P. M. Agnes L. Lorlcke, aged 2 years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Lorlcke, died at St. Mary's hospital yesterday. The funeral will take place today at 2 p. m. Interment at Greenwood. PERSONAL MENTION. Buy Raser's Root Extract to make a healthful, refreshing beverage. Sold everywhere. There is no place in Astoria where John Kopps famous beer is kept in such good condition as at Utzlnger's popular resort. The children attending the Upper town school have been invited to an entertainment at the schoolhouse this eloquent sermon here, Sunday last Contractor B. R. Smith of Portland is in the city. Mr. D. B. Montelth of Albany arrived in town yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Carlton of Olym- pla are visiting in this city. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. White of Port land are guests at the Occident. Mrs. Heald, of Petaluma, Cal., and her daughter May, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G.- W. Heald. Bishop Nicholas, who preached an Is evening, when Messrs. Palmer & Te- tro, the contractors, will afford them an opportunity of listening to the music from the phonograph. Lost A new net, about 200 fathoms long, with marks "C. C." on lead lines. Finder will be rewarded by returning to Columbia River Packing Company. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Fran cisco, is our authorized agent. This paper is kept on file at his office. In the recent sale of part of Mrs. Lelnenweber's property to satisfy a mortgage, only part of the property un der lien was sold. This part comprises six lots in block 95, and two lots in block 37. The price paid for these sat isfied the judgment and left a balance of J349. now on his way Francisco. to his home In San Free at Cro.v.'a gallery, a life-size crayon with every dozen cabinets or dered. Offer good for 30 days, Owners of horses can purchase Camp bell's Hoof Remedy, and all the Col umbia Veterinary Remedies at Fred. Knlz' Saddlery establishment. The following passengers came down on the Potter: L. Lilies, Thoo Cobler, Mr. Brown, M. Cook, B. F. Smith, D. Steel, C. F. Carlton, Mr. Faukhausen, P. Goodrich, Mr. Almsby, G. H. Thing. O. F. Kime, Angus Gore, Mr. Montelth. Mr. Trescott, Mr. Patterson, I. Under wood, D. Wekhart, F. L. Clear, Ros sie Ramer, Mr. Furlo, J. J. Kamp, F. K. Van Tassel. The committee met yesterday morn ing and decided to postpone the Pioneer Picnic until Wednesday next at ten o'clock a. m. Parties called upon to perform the sad duties to relatives or friends will find both moderate charges and court eous treatment at the undertaking es tablishment of William Pohl. Do not mistake the address:' Third street, be tween Cass and Main. The funeral services over the remains of Mr. W. J. Anderson were held at the residence of Hon. F. J. Taylor yester c":iv afternoon, and a large number of friends paid the last sad tribute of re spect to the memory of the deceased. The. body was taken to Portland for Interment, The pall-bearers were Dell Jlooer, Otto Eierbaeh, R. Prael, John Trullinger, James Taylor and George Col man n. During the ensuing week Ice-cream and coffee, made from St. Charles Evaporated Cream, will be served free at the store of Carnahan & Company. At The Monogram you can find fra grant Belmont, Wedding Bouquet, Flor de Madrid and all other choice and favorite brands of cigars. Call and be convinced. Some of the members of the Rod and Gun Club went .iown to Smith's Point jnrnmd rtrday nnd eneaeed In a ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY. W. J. Arkell, publisher of Judge and Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, writes: "JUDGE BUILDING, Cor. Fifth Ave. and Sixteenth St., New York, January 14 1891. "About three weeks since, while suf fering from a severe cold which had settled on my chest, I applied an All cocks Porus Plaster, and in a snort time obtained relief. 'In my opinion, these plasters should be In every household, for use in case of coughs, colds, sprains, bruises, or pains of any kind. I know that in my case the results have been entirely satisfactory and beneficial." Specimen Cages. S. IT. Clifford. New Cassel. Wis., was trouble with neuralgia and rheumatism his stomach was disordered, his liver wns nfTected to an alarming douree, appetite fell away, and ho wns terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of lilec- TtlHnl'H pnrpll him. Edward Shpherd, Harrisburg, Til., had a running sore on his leg of eifuht years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Hitters and seven boxes of Bucklen s Ar nica Salvn. and his lee Is sound nnd well. John Sneaker. 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. MRS. DR. M. E. M'COT, PHYSIC IAN AND SURGEON Is in this city. She makes chronic dis eases a specialty. Deafness, catarrh, asthma, dyspepsia, diseases of the throat and lungs, kidney, urinary or gans and all private diseases. - Special attention given to diseases of women, Consultation free. Cure or no charg es. Offic hours, 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 5 p. m. Office rooms 3 and 4 over Os good's clothing store, 598, Third street, Astoria, Oregon. , Now Try mis. It will cost you nothing and will sure ly do you good, If you have a couph, cold or any trouble with throat, chest or lungs. Dr. King's New discovery for Consumption, coughs and colds is guar anteed to give relief, or money will be paid back. Sufferers from la grippe found it just the thing, and under its use had espeedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample at our expense and learn for your self Just how good a thing it is. Trial bottle free at Chas. Rogers' drug store. Large size 50 cents and tl. 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, produces the sallow, mud dy complexion, peculiar to the con stipated. Sold by all druggists. JEFF'S, Ths Only Restaurant 1 The usual bi-monthly meeting of the city council was held . last evening, Mayor Crosby in the chair, and the other members present being Messrs Webber, O'Hara, Lang-worthy,, Welch and Bergman. Liquor licenses were granted to Alex Grant and L. Anderson, A petition from Grosbauer& Brach for a transfer of license was granted, A petition numerously signed asking that ordinance 1,549, section 1, be changed so as to read: "From the wharf line at the foot of Spruce street, thence south on Spruce street to Sum mit avenue In McClure's; thence east on said avenue and the old city boun dary line in Shively's to Salmon street thence north on Salmon, street to the Columbia river" was granted. A petition asking that the grade of Elm street and Dickenson avenue be changed, was referred to the street committee with instructions to draw the necessary ordinance If the petition had the required number of signers. A petition for the privilege of clear ing Seventh street In Adair's Astoria was granted. A remonstrance against the improve ment of Cass street was placed on file. The street committee recommended that H. M. Thatcher be paid for extra work done on. Chenamus street. The report was referred bock. The street committee recommended that the report of the city surveyor on Lafayette street be read and placed on file. Adopted. The same committee reported ad versely In the matter of the petition to change the grade on Seventh street. Adopted. The street committee reported in fa vor of allowing the Clatsop Mill Com pany to withdraw Its bid for lumber. Adopted. The same committee recommended that no contracts be made for lumber at the figures of the Astoria Box Fac tory, and that the bid be rejected, Adopted. ' ... The city attorney submitted the fol lowing report: "In relation to the communication of Hon. J. Q. A. Bowl by, referred at your last meeting, I have the honor to report that, while Judge Taylor and myself feel confident of our position, we consider that, the matter of expediency is within your discretion." The report had reference to the offer of Joplin et al. to compromise the Court street suit. The city attorney reported in sub stance in the matter of the city's lia bility for the cost of reparing streets, that the city was not liable for any ex cept nominal repairs, the cost of im proving sidewalks being chargeable against the adjacent property. The report of the city attorney in reference to the dates of the passage of the two acts providing for city taxes for 1893 was read and placed on file. By permission of the council Mr. Barker withdrew the ordinance appro priating $600 for the payment of Dr. Walker's claim for treating Olsen, the small-pox patient. The third reading of the ordinance in relation to the assessment and col lection of taxes, read a first and second times at the last meeting, was post poned until the question whether the city had a legal assessor was deter mined. The oivll nance In relation to the col lection of unpaid Fifth street assess ments was referred to the street com mlttee and the city attorney. ' A number of claims were ordered paid by warrant. A great deal of discussion took place over the question of reparing streets at the public expense, some members fa voring the plan and others holding that the cost should be taxed to prop erty owners on the streets on which re pairs are made. . A motion was carried that the au ditor be Instructed to draw an ordi nance fixing the salary of the city phy sician at $25 per month. Adjourned. CHEAP STRAWBERRIES. Ladies will take notice that largo quantities of strawberries are now re ceived daily. Quantity excellent and prices very - reasonable. Kindly leave your orders with ROSS, HIGGINS & CO. Train leaves Saasldo : 7 :0 a. m daily. 2 :HU p. in. Thursday and Saturd.ir. :.) p. Sunday. Leaves Young's Bay Pier : 4 p. m Daily except bimuay, i) a. in. J hursany, Sauml y and Sunday. 5 p m. Sunday. . Q A. IIowmiy, D. K. Waurkn, secretary, rresiticiir, 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. A COTTAGE OK FIVE ROOMS; RENT, 812. j.-LiiHiime ai air. c, j, ii juui.s a. 1 niUKNlSHHD HOU3K OK 12 ROOMS, CEN- L irauy touaieu. inquire at uns oiiice. a f'i-3 Our Stock licprenctits Ovi r 1000 Styles. 9 ) TWRNISHK!) ROOMS, MAIN 8TKKET L House. Kverythlna newlv lilted tliioue.li out, Jo, l'SMalu at, MRS. II, ai'KI.LMKIlt. VflCKLY FURNISHED KOOMS 1)V DAY, xi ween or nioiiin terms very reasonable at uie unci, ,10 imrd Bireei. LOUT. Trouserings, Overcoatings, Suitings, TAILOR ' A N OKD-.U Foil S-ioO. XX mil all Htokes' more. FINDuK i-AU. Al Prices $5 to $50. Samples, Self-measurement Rules, and Tape-lsme Mailed Free. 123 FIHST STREET, Portland, Orecoi. HO iK TOUK'l'IIUi. er will pleiHii re- Lurn ssmeto Fb.hei man's Union Olhce. Kinnl-I sun. 4 SAILOR UN OS 2Y wltli oilier piincrs. Klnile MISCELLAXKO VS. PIAI.L ON P. BAKKR. 47 THIRD 81'KKKT J and nave your clothes dyeil and cleaned. v- Si I ZiEO. McLKAN, COhMCR OI.NKY AM) A J tor streeta, does n general utislin ssiii Haciv- smithing and repnlniiK. THE AST0KIA NATIONAL BA K TRANSACTS A GENERAL BAKKINO BOSSES , Accounts ol Firms and Individual rollell. on Favorable Teiras. Foreign audDomestlo Kxchance bought a 4 sold. MoneT Ln"ed on Personal ecu illy. Interest paid on Time Pep t,its us oilow : For 3 months, 1 per cent p.'r iiiiiiiiiu. " " r " " " t. 12 a .i A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Having been established In eon heel Ion vl Ii the above, depii lis will lie received in iiinii nU I of one dollar and upward. Interest will be allowed as follows : on ordi nal v savings books. 4 Der cent iter annum : on term savings boons, o per cent per annum . D. K. Warren, President. J. K. HIkkIos. Cashier. J.C. Dement, Vice Fresldeul, I). K. Warren, V J.C. Dement, ', rh.'H.E.5. iroctor.. H. C. Thompson, i , Thoo liraeker, J 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 Ordinal in Design. VorM's Fair Souvenir Coin for a Dollar Beautiful in Execution. cashorc Railway. TIMS CARD. Face Market value, value. 5.00 900.00 1. 00 900.00 ,o 52.50 .05 100.00 oi 5.00 .01 50.00 24-33 32-oo r.oo " 4.00 .66 1.25 . .66 1.25 MACHINE SHOP JAS. DALUBTY, I'rop'r.' (Bnccetsor to Amdt & Ferclieu.) Boiler Repairing and Canneiy Woik. Kepair- ine of River Craft Kneeially. Muelilne Wort of all kinds done, Shop, foot of Lafayette HI. Seaside Saw Mill. A complete slock of lumber 011 hand In the rotiKb, or dressed. Flooring. Bustle, Celling, and all kludsof finish: MonldliiKs anil Shin gles; alfo llraeket Work done to order. Terms reasonable and prices at hod rock. All orders promptly attended to. Olllce and yard al mill. 11. r Lt. jjUUAn, 1 ropr, Seusldo, Oregon. A Work of Art in Itself. We devote the entire amount towards developing and ennobling tho People's Great Fair. Souvenir and Rare Coins as an Investment. Voln. U. S. $5 Golclpiece 1822 U. S. 1804 Silver Dollar U. S. Half-Dollar 1796 U. S. 1802 Silver 5-Ccnt Piea - U. S. 1856 Eagle Tcnny U. S. 1793 Copper Cent (Amer:) Queen's Jubilee 5-Sovreign, Eng. Napoleon's 100-day 5fr., French. King William Coronation, Ger. 1861 German "Peace" Coins 187 1 Thir 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 $1.00 each. Apply to any Bank, or send Post Office or Express Money (VI. r 'ink Draft, or Registered Letter for as many coins r.s yi . . -i in-:r::t:ions lvn? to send them to you, to usurer WorEd'5 Columbian Expositiop. uMiCACiO, ILL. ROSS,'HICCINSS& CO., butchers - and - Grocers, Astoria and Upper Astoria. - Fine Teas and Cofles, Table Delicacies, Domestic and Tropic, il Fruits, Veguui bles, sugar cured hams, Iiucjii, iile. CHOICE FRESH & SALT MEATS HUNTER &' MERGENS, Proprietors of tho Wland Butchering Co.'s Matt Corner Hecond and Benton streels Corner Third and We-.t Kluhtli streets. The 8 crj of John G. inn. Has been purchased by Butterfie d h i of., Who are (tnlurc to close out the, stock, f iilemlinif iiurcluvs r will do well to cull Hud xa 111 1 1 c no s mid liners before I'll c uislnjr else H lieiei. They lil-o linvi) 11 goo j wuli Inmikcr to do re mi inir. Foard & Stoker anooBRs Dealers In fllnssware. Croekerv. SlilD Supplies, Tobacco. Wines and Klne Whiskies. Flue Ten and Colfeea Specialty. The Finest Display ol Fruits In I he City, Fresh on Kvery steamer. Coi ner of Third and West Kluhtli streets. nn ruitrira r IMFHOVLD v':f 1 siirn ft3 Ml I ft ONLY QUE FOR A DOSE RESULTS ARE WHAT TELL We ruarin0 that one of ihee pills t a done, will iciiK-o r-fttrr rrmt ia u:o oirn ci jxciiatiuno, 'Ami n.-:.i U on r K t ft mm (' H .Had H rflt h Olid T7.- nrni.thim ihrr cto five ct any other winke, and do it ?tUia miikta y" fc5 like a rw rin8f- W. a box- Uru or juau. UoBauo Meo. to rnuu., jr For uale by J. W. Conn; Druggist. merchant. Ntmnsliip CoAs Line, ConncclhiK will) Ci,silina Pncltlo Itiillwaj hiiiI China Hlemn. Ship Line, 'laklnir freleht ami imsseni-ers fur fort Amr . les. Vieioilii, I'.iil, TowiiMeit.i, M iillle, Tiifiuna, Whiilcoiii, Faliiiiiveii, ivuiih mo, New Wtlmiii. steran i imcoiivm : LeavhiK Asloiln : M. S. Iliivtliui licimlilie 8. H. Wllmin ..ton H. Ilsytla'i Iteimlilic Frelht received al llii-llcrs w Imrr, foot ol Main stieet. For lurlher Mirilriiluis iiiinlviu the oflice, corner Third mi 1 Aitiln street. KKUfiUSON 1IH0.1., AneiiU North Pacific Brewery JOHN K0PP, Poprietoi. Bohemian - Lager - U cr And XX rorter. All o den promptly Htrendei tn. Tide Table lor Antoriu. Jt'NE. II K. II WA Itll, I! At it.- II )'. M. ii'. 111. f fV."! il.llii : II 1 2 1 5 2 It) 3 17 4 m V.. 2 H., :t s.. M. T .. 0 i fi 10 W, 7 ' H M T.'. h.' 7 it' 1 1: K.. ' h iii n k.. in u --i , b K 11 11 01 i 8 H ;i; 4 U III I l ,v ,0 T ft -tl 'c 8 f 27 7 0 i, 1.W WATKH. i' A, M, ! I-. M. Ml. in.'. II... h. ni II. i H is -o 1) M II II 7 8 ill !l 21 It) lid 1(1 ..1 0 7 II It 0 2 I) p5 f " f i , I ! ;Uj'B ? M !: n i I J nnh . ri tl In S Utl f li Ft i e v : M. T.. HI W.H I F.. HI K.. 1 H.. 1 V r,. 2' W'.-'l T F..2- 11 .VJ HI 7 14 H u:i ;7 fi s ;,7 7 X I 'J if. x 2 '10 :n ;s li 11 41 i I) 7 0 II 1 It 1 1,1 I 4.1 :i :i7 4 :m !i i y 4H 7 .'.7 II 0.1 It !l; , 1 1 211 IK II . .1:12 i7 t S I -III 7 t: Hi,, ;.; I S h I II Ji ;7 I x :i U in I- : 7 . 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