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THE DAILY ASTOIUAN, ASTORIA, TTOXNiEWDAi? MoiLNLNU, JUNE vJ8 iei)3.
ABOUT THE CITJT. A girl baby was yesterday born to the wife of Captain A. Camm. Oregon strawberries at Smith's today, What Is Antlfermentlne? Ask Foard OC OIUKC3, The .fatalities among the fishermen for the present season have reached sixty, according to the estimates made by the llfe-Bavlng crew at Fort Canby. Raser's Root Beer Superior to all others. If you want some extra nne photos, Mooers' is the place to get them. A woman attempted to Jump over board yesterday afternoon at Carna han'a slip. She was suffering from tem porary insanity and was placed under restraint. The Delmont cigar can be had at Chits. Olsen's. Remember McGulre's Hotel at Sea Bide is open the year around. Staff Captain and Mrs. Morton, lead ers of the Salvation Army of the Northern Pacific division, will conduct a meeting at the Rescue Hall at 8 o'clock this evening. Ladies especially invited. ' Ladle3, u.sk Foard & Stokes how "to preserve fruits. Meany is the leading tailar and pays the highest cash price for fur Fkins. Postmaster Hare has been much an noyed of late by the frequent defacing of the mall boxes, and states that he will prosecute to the extent of the law any boys or persons caught tamper ing in any manner with the boxes. The original Root Beer Extract is Raser's. Westpcrt cream fresh every morning at Smith's Ice Cream parlors. Third Bt. Customs Inspector Stockton caught a Japanese in the act of leaving the steamer Haytlan Reupblic with two five-tael boxes of opium in his pockets. The opium was taken from the smug gler nml he was allowed to go his way. Strawberries and cream at Col mnnn's. For fine wines and liquors call at August Danlelson's Sample Rooms. A labor meeting will be held at Lib erty Hall Saturday evening under the auspices of the Council of Federated Trades of Astoria, which will be ad dressed by Captain John O'Brien, of Portland, one of . the best known speak ers on the labor question on the Pa cific coast. Raser's Extract Root Beer, the pur est For genuine sweet cream that will Whip, go to Colmann's. The board of delegates of the Asto ria Fire Department has granted act ive certificates to J. A. Adams and J. O'Keefe, of Rescue No. 2, and exempt certificates have, been granted to A. A. Cleveland and P. W. Parker, of Rescue No. 2, and F. I. Dunbar, of Alert Hook and Ladder Co. Your fruits will not ferment If you use Antifermentine. For sale by Foard & Stokes. Preserve your fruits without cooking, by using antifermentine. .For sale by Fonrd & Stokes. T'he excursion given yesterday af ternoon to Fort Stevens by Messrs. Finlaysort and Bartholomew was very successful. Sixteen wheelmen, with about twenty of their friends, among whom were a number of young ladies, were present, and the visit to the Fort grounds was much enjoyed, as was also the ride along the beach. For all kinds of job printing, go to Del. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorian build ing. Lovers of a good cigar can always find mild, fresh Belmonts at Chas.J Wing Lee has just received a full line of Japanese curiosities and fancy goods. Will sell at cost. 529 Third street. The proposed field day to be given under the auspices of the Astoria Foot ball Club on the Fourth of July at the Smith's Point grounds will be a grand success. Local merchants have respond ed nobly to the request for a donation for prizes, and many elegant trophies will be offered. A program has not yet been arranged, but It is understood that in addition to the field exercises, there will be a football match, a base ball match, public speaking and other features. , f'ui ties visiting in Portland can get The Lutlv AHlorian at Handley & Hans' news miiuil, Kit) First street. Del. Ferguson, general job printer, Astorian building, upstairs. First class work at reasonable rates. The best and only sure way to pre serve fruits Is with Antifermentine. For sale by Foard & Stokes. There will be a grand celebration at Seaside on the fourth. During the day there will be various out-door sports, including a free for all horse race. Already a number of good horses have entered, among which are Richard Eberman's" fine mare, and the fast step per belonging to Bert Allen. In the evening a magnificent pryotechnic dis play will be given. The Logan opera house wlTl open on that night with a grand ball and supper. It Is expected that a large number of residents of this city will attend. Buy Raser's Root Extract to make a healthful, refreshing beverage. Sold everywhere; Don't stew your fruits over a hot stove. Preserve them without cooking. Foard & Stokes will tell you how. Free at Crow's gallery, a life-size orayon with every dozen cabinets or dered. One good lor 30 days. . Nearly all of the owners of property along the shores of Toung's Bay. have been Interviewed by Messrs. Worsely and Moen, and their consent obtained to the building of a drawbridge at the end of the present trestla of the Sea shore road. It ilajor Ha.ndbury'8 suggestion that the consent of the property . owners be secured, for the reason that before granting permission to build the bridge the War Depart ment must be satisfied that It Is need ful and In accordance with the wishes of the people generally. There is no place In Astoria where John Kopp's famous beer Is kept In such good condition as at Utzinger's popular resort. At The Monogram you can find fra. grant Belmont, Wedding Bouquet, Fior de Madrid and all other choice and favorite brands of cigars. A first-class can buoy, painted black and white, perpendicular stripes, has been set oft the mouth of the Columbia in thirty fathoms of water, to mark the new position of the lightship, and will be taken up again when the light ship is moved. Lieut J. B. Bllsh, U. S. N., Intends to move the lightship on Saturday next If the weather Is favor able. The following are the bearings of the buoy: Point Adams lighthouse, N. E. by E. 1-2 E. ; Cape Disappoint ment, N. by E. 3-4 E.; Tillamook Rock, S. E. 1-4 E. These bearings are mag" netic The Manzanlta leaves for Port land at 7 this morning. 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. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, Ban Fran cisco, is our authorised agent. This paper is kept on file at his office. Bishop Getz Von' Scheele, delegate from the King of Sweden to the Swed ish Lutherans in the United States, was In Portland on Sunday last, and preached In the Swedish church In the forenoon, and In the evening preached a jubilee sermon In the Tabernacle, where were gathered all the Lutheran Ministers of Portland and vicinity, about twenty In number. The occasion was the 300th anniversary of the Lu theran reformation in Sweden. Bishop Scheele came down to this city ton Mon day, and under the guidance of Rev. Nlssen saw the different points of inter est In this vicinity. He is a most elo quent speaker, and has had conferred upon him the degree of Commander of the Order of the North Star. The American Institute for the cure of liquor, opium, morphine and tobac co habits is now turning out daily patients cured. Cures guaranteed or money returned. Inquire at institute on 3d street, over Astoria National bank. Fresh fish received at the Albatross Fish market daily. Salmon 10 cents per pound. It is now believed that the famous Necarney Mountain treasure has ei ther been unearthed, or that parties who have been digging there of late, have uncovered a find that will ulti mately lead to the discovery of the hidden wealth. The story Is an old one, and since the treasure was sup posed to have been hidden away by pirate at the base of Necarney Moun tain, hundreds of people have dug for It, only to desist after months of weary toil and fruitless search. Parties have been seen late about Nehalem and Seaside with old Spanish coins In their possession, and from what has leaked out, It Is undestood that a big find has at last been made In the spot where so much time and money has already been wasted. nunors of horses ran purchase Camp bell's Hoof Remedy, and all the Col umbia Veterinary Remedies at Fred. Salz' Saddlery establishment. sirantwrriMi nrp at their best and cheapest. You will find a large selec tion of the cnolcest "Wilson Derrjea iu day at Ross, Higglns & Co.'s. A splendid program has been form ulated for the semi-annual entertain ment of Astoria Lodge, No. 50, A. O. U. W., to be held on Friday evening in the Odd Fellows' hall. The pro gram Is not too long, having but ten numbers, aa follows: Overture, J. W. Thompson; address of welcome, Rev. G. A. Landen; vocal solo, Miss Alma Hell born; recitation, Miss Pollv McKean: vocal solo, Mr. W. H.Barker; piano solo. Miss Edith Conn; address, Mr. O. B. Whitmore, Gr. O. I. ; vocal solo, Mrs. J. T. Ross; selection (Instrumental), Messrs. Leberman and Bain; vocal soio, Mrs. B. Van Dusen. There will be a hop after the literary and musical ex ercises, and the affair will doubtless be highly successful. NOTICE. The Canadian Pacific rates, East and return, E-e as follows: Astoria to St. Paul, first-class, $25; St. Paul to Asto ria, first-class, $25; second-class, $18. JAMES FLNLiAXSUW, Agent.. SHOAL WATER BAY OYSTERS. rvaoh Avtan fan nnv he obtained daily for 50 cents a quart, by leaving orders at this otttce aauressea to nom er Fletcher. STRAYED OR STOLEN. From O'Brien's stable on Wednesday night, June 21st, one dark chestnut horse, white spot on the nose, smooth shod on fore feet, rough shod on hind feet, about 11 years old. weight atxmi 1 100 nounds. thin in flesh. A liberal reward will be paid for the return of the animal to the chief of police, or to Shaw & Larsen's woodyard. Burklen'i Arnica Sulve. njk& hAa aalvs In tha vnrld fnr rntfl. bruises, sores, plcers, ealt rheum, fever sores, tetter, cnappea nanus, cuiiuiuihb oiiH all olHn arlinrlnnfl- anil tiositlve- 1. nlliM r nA nnv rt'n 1 1 ( TPfl. It Is guaranteed ' to Rive perfect satisfac tion or money reiunaea. rn ia wmi oer box. For sale by Cbas. Rogers, suc cessor to J. u. ueiaev -All Free. Those wh have used Dr. King's New Discovery know Its value, and those who have not, have now the opportunity to try It free. Call on the advertbwd ilruc trint nnrl rot n. trial bottle free. Send yotir name and address to H. E. Eucklenl Co., cnieaso, ana nei a sampic iw m Dr. King's New Life Pills free, as well as a copv of Guide to Health and House hold Instructor, free. All of which is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing. Chas. Rogers' drugstore. JEFF'S, The Only Restaurant ALONG THE WHARVES. The barkentine Portland is loading lumber at Knappton for San Francisco, The steamship Columbia arrived from San Francisco yesterday morning. She brought 100 tons of miscellaneous freight consigned to merchants In this city. The steamship Oregon sailed yester day for San Francisco. From this port she took 600 cases of salmon, 900 boxes of scrap tin, 400 bundles of snooks, 100 Backs of oysters, and three tons of as sorted household goods. The - British ships Phllomene and Poseidon are the latest additions to the list of shipping en route to this port. Both came from Australia. The steamer South Coast arrived In yesterday from San Francisco. The bark Geo. S. Homer, from New York with a general cargo, arrived In port yesterday, 179 days out, Including 49 days spent In making . repairs at Bahla, Brazil. At that port the crew made a complaint, to Consul Thomas, alleging Ill-treatment at the hands of the first and second mates. The Con sul found that no foundation existed for the complaint, and that it was made In furtherance of a scheme to get re leased, many of the men being heavily In debt to the vessel. The second mate and three of the men deserted at that place, but returned after an absence of nine days. On March 21st, William Austin, a native of Plymouth, Eng., fell from the malntopmast crosstrees and was Instantly killed. During the voyage the captain was frequently an noyed by the men complaining of sick ness and inability to perform their duties. The storm which dismasted the Homer was . encountered on January 31st. Moderate weather was ex perienced off the Horn, but a very strong easterly current was met, which Is something most unusual. Captain Hemeon reports strong southeast trades in the South Pacific and strong northeast trades north of the line. Off the coast the wlnd3 were very light, and the vessel was five days in making the last 200 miles to port. SOLDIER'S REUNION. Mr. J. W. French of The Dalles Is In town. Mr. Joseph Holladay Is a guest at the Occident. Mr. H. F. L. Logan came up from Elk Creek yesterday. Mr. W. Palache of San Francisco Is In town on a business trip. Mr. A. G. Barker was among the ar rivals In Portland yesterday. Mr. G. W. Weldler, a capitalist of Portland, arrive in this city yesterday. Mr. W. Chance arrived in town yes terday and was welcomed by many old friends. Among the arrivals in town yester day were Neil Crosby and Charley Hobson, who have come home to spend their vacation. Mr. J. P. Hayden and wife of Port land were among the guests at the Oc cident yesterday and left In the -afternoon for Seaside. PASSED AWAY. After a lingering sickness the immor tal soul of Mrs. Zenettle Jones Wherry took Its happy flight to the heaven of endless bliss on Sabbath morning, June 25th, 1893. She left many sorrow strick en friends to mourn their great loss. which is only Boothed by the consola tion that she is among the redeemed In our new Eden.- The last song that she sung was "Take my life and let It be consecrated, Lord, to Thee," only three days before she left us. A CHANCE FOR HEALTH. Is afforded those fast sinking into a condition of hopeless debility. The means are at hand. In the form of a genial medicinal, cordial, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters embtxlies the combined qualities of a blood fertilizer and de purent, a tonic and an alterative. While it promotes digestion and assim ilation, and stimulates appetite, has the further effect of purifying the life current and strenghtenlng the nervous system. As the blood grows richer and purer by its use, they who resort to this sterling medicinal , agent, acquire not only vigor, but bodily substance. A healthful change in the secretions Is effected by it, and that sure and rapid physical decay, which a chronic ob struction of the functions of the sys tem produce, is arrested. The prime causes of disease being removed, health Is speedily renovated and vigor re stored. 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, eftlelent diu retic, and is most use'ful in scant or painful menstruation. It aids diges tion and reduces corpulency; clears the complexion, rendering It fair, and re storing the natural tone o 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. ASTORIA TO THE WORLD'S FAIR. Astoria to Chicago !n four day. This is the time made by '.ha Vnion Pacific. Rates have been reduced to a very , low figure. Go no-v before higher rates take effect. For further information call at ticket office Union Pacific dock. G. W. LOUNSEF.UUY, Agent. :.ia of TjiUt i irbH Fa Fair (Hi Ui" CM II, lily Pure C Used in Millions of llotuej -. FOR BALK. 8Q ACKKS 1.15,00 PEB ACKS IMPROVED O farming land with f nut. tree, 20 wires cleared,:) acres pasture. Dwelling honw, w are house mid other bnildlng-i. lliK liillo troin Steamboat landing at llrookflultl, hy boat or roii'l. luqulre of owner on premised MRS. H. . STICKLtiK. CHEAP A FEW CHOICB LOTS IS ADAIR'S Astorla-Eay trins. so Frank Sulttle at torney at law 173 Cass Street. WASTED. KI.P WANTED,- AGENTS PAID A GOOD commission, and stt.oOO divided nnuinu them next winter. Special tl ructions to be pushed this year for which we want the ser vice of best agents everywhere. The, Curtis rubllslilntt Co. Iloom uo, inrouicic iiuuaing, Sau rrmiclsco. ROOMS TO B KMT. . C TlAGKOr" FIVB ROOMS; RE T, $12. l inquire at sir. e. u. n jL.ur. a. UKN1SHE1) HOUSE F 1 KOOA1H, CI1N trally li.c it' a. Inuulro at 'ins oittce. riUKNlSHKl) ROOMS, MAIN HTRKKT i' home. Kveiythiiig newiv ut'eil tniuiifiii out. So, 175 Mala st, MRS, II, Sl'tl.l.MEIK. NICELY FliKMSHhl) ROOMS BV DAY, week or mo nit t' run very reasonable tit the Oriel, 710 Thiril Street. ruvxn. A RECEIPT BOOK WiTH A FEW H Re tell out rooeii'is. Owner can have iam ! paying tor this r.d. MlSCthLANKOVS. 0 ALL O.N P. BAKEK. 478 THIRD STREET and have your cMIich ilyi il and cUiinc I. Ci O MoLEAN.COhKEIl OL EY AND A -1 lor street, ilocs n e nenil btislut s.- In black- smithing and repairing. THE ASTORIA NATIONAL BA K TtttNitAC'TS A CtNLRAL BAKKIKQ BUSlHtS . Accounts ot Firms and Individual1 nllcliei on Favorable Tvrins. Foreigu ud Domestic Exchange boiiKlit hi i lold. Money Loaned on Personal security. 1 lite reft paid on Time Deposits uh lollow-: For n mouths, 1 per cent per milium. 5 A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT ft. ..u..l.!l.l....l In unhnnllAii lllill IJHVIHK ucril rninuiriiru in vi'iiiiirtiuii nun tlie above, depo-IW will he received in lino tils of one dollar and upward. interest wu. ue Hiiimen as iiuiows : mi oiui- n-i.d aaulnaa K.wtL-u A lull ,tut HOI annum nil term savings books,' 6 per cent per luiuum. D. K. Warrci, President. J. K. IIIkkIi Cashier. J.C. Pcnieni, Vice President. It. K. WarrtR, 1 J. 0. Dement, IJ. 8. Wright. . Dlrcc-o:F, Joha HobtOB. II. C. Thompml, Theo Broker, J C. P. UPSHUR, SHIPPING and COMMISSK): . Astoria, - Oregon. A Health Food has made its appcararlce! It is not only a health food, but ahcalthy food ahealth food that makes other food healthy. Its name is ' GOTTOLEUE It takes the place of hog's Lard which 13 a notoriously unhealthy food. A purely vegetable product delicate, digestible, and economical -i-onetrial gives Cottolenb a permanent home in every kitchen, whence it increases the health and enjoyment of every member bf the family. Try it for yourself. At all grocers. REFUSE All SUBSTITUTES.. N. K. FAIRBANKS CO., ST. LOUIS and CHICAOO. NEW YORK, BOSTON. DR. GUNN'S IMPBOVKD LIVER PILLS ONLY ONE FOR A DOSE IS YOUR STOMACH SOUT, Breath bad or Bead aching? One of thew ptlii ' lleedltieMlatheetomiichnd cures hf.arti.cnr-, one each nIKl.t for iimH .weeteiMllintoina:Ii nta purine the broth. The rareprfMlil:Bf''i'. reculatethe bowel and cure oonnllpailon. otpromptly,etmUdly.Devrrtrlrr"l'',l',r,J Brucgl'te or mail. Uoaanko Med. Co., Unl l a. For sale by 3. W. Conn, Druggist I'.'i A:nujoniu; No Alum. Years the Stand.nd. sis 1 - s-i i I'M H TZJg IV 4 8 laa EL Our Stock Represents Over 1000 Styles. Trouserings, Overcoatings, Suitings. Prices $5 to $50. Gamples, Self-measurement Rules, and Tape-line Mailed Free. 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 World s Fair Souvenir Coin for a Dollar Original in Design. A Work of Art in Itself. We devote the entire amount towards developing nd ennobling the People's Great Fair. Souvenir and Rare Coins as an investment. toln. $5 Goldpiece 1822 1804 Silver Dollar Half-Dollar 1796 1802 Silver 5 -Cent Piect. 1 86 Eacle Penny ,u. s u. s u. s u. s u. s u. s. 1701 Copper Cent (Amcr: Queen's Jubilee 5-bovreign, ling, , Napoleon's 100-day sfr., French. King William Coronation, Gcr. i33i German "Peace" Coins 1871 Thif 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 (he 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 $i.oo each. Apply to any Bank, or send Post Office or Express Money Order, Hank Draft, or Registered Letter for as many coins as you wish, witli instruction? how to send them to you, to Trcapurer WcrMV. Columbian Exposition, J!!:CAOn. ILL. The S ore tf-Jchn G. Um Has been purchased I y Butterfie d Pros., Wliottro KI't(? to close out Hip Mock. Inlfiidlnif nitiTliiiH ri will do well to null . ami x iiiiliiy goo mill imii'ih lieforo I 11 c : "I is cl wlittri'. 'I hey hIo littvrf II l-"i will-hmukor t'i il'i tt' lining. merchant iMuiiiixiiij) Co.'n Line, Connecting with Canntlnn I'nrlfio nml Orrnl NorlliBrn Kitllmy nml Cliln:i KtitniiiHliip l.hu . ThIMiik fflvlit pHswi-rpm for micoitver mi l Vicio'lii II . . anil Scuttle, liii iiiiiit nml hiI S011111I Points. I,imvIiiu A-loriii every 11 1ny. -I'or ptirtn iil'irH ly at the (itllro Astoria Abstract T.& '' O. KKIH1U80N IlltOH., Atjcntd, Tide Table lor Awtorla. JUNE. 1111,11 WATKH. j,ow WArmt. A. M. j 1. M. h. nT i fl.irh.7n j n; 3 A- V. M. TiliiiTTfL ' ll. 111. 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IKiiii. I' Ui'iiuli'S noon. TAILOR 126 FIRST STREET, Portland, Oreco. Beautiful in Execution. Face Market value, value. 5.00 900.00 1. 00 900.00 .o 52.50 .05 100.00 01 5.00 .01 50.00 4-33 3J- 1. 00 4.00 .66 1.35 .66 1.25 orui Pacific Brewery JOHN KOPP, P op-letoi. Itolieinian - Lager -1 Jeer And XX I'oitcr. i I All ilM promptly iiit' ii'liiliiii, Do You Know That the Weekly Astorian Goes Everywhere? Advertisers, Do you see Your chance?