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TnE DAILY ASTOE1AN, ASTOB1A, TUESDAY AiOUNINtt, JULY 4 loutf.
ABOUT THE CITY. The county court yesterday granted a liquor license to K. L. Eberman. Oregon strawberries at Smith's today. What Is Antlfermentlne? Ask Foard & Stokes. ' M. MacFarlane has been appointed road supervisor of District No. 11. Raser's Root others. Beer Superior to all If you want some extra tine photos, " a mo (riakt. 6-1 ill c: ill. The Postofflce will be open from 8:30 to 9:30 a. m., and from 6:30 to 6 p. m.. today. Remember McGuIre's Hotel at Sea side 13 open the year around. Ladles, aak Foard & Stokes how to preserve fruits. , Captain Bartholomew of the football club, who would have been a likely man for the medal to be awarded the best football player, as well as for sev eral of the field events, has hurt his ankle, and In co,u juence will be in able to participate In the amusements at Smith's Point today. Buy Raser's Root Extract to make a healthful, refreshing beverage. Sold everywhere. A logger named George Clark died at Westport Thursday morning . of heart disease. Menny Is the leading tailor and pays the highest cash price for fur skins. Robert Lowe, of Fort Stevens, went to Cannon Beach yesterday to photo graph .the various places along the coast. There are many charming spot at Connon and Brighton beaches that have never been photographed, and Mr. Lowe will undoubtedly return with some interesting! views. Dry hemlock wood delivered at $3.25 per cora Dy u. vv. Everest, Alderbrook. Leave orders with Ben-Coe, care of this onice. Terms cash. He Has Joined the Majority. FOB BALE. 3 GOOD LOTS AT SMITH'S POINT FINE view. Apply at this offlce. 8Q ACRES .3,00 I'EU ACKX IMPKOVEI) O funning html with fruit, tree-. 20 acres cleareil,2o acres pasture. Dwelling Iione, ware house and other buildings. Halt mile from Steamboat landing at Btookneld, by boat or Captain George Flavel passed quietly &,Vlk . pre,mses "3- away last night about 10:30 o'clock. The . end was not unexDPoted th rle. I A FEW CHOICE LOTS IN ADAIR'S , , i j Astona-J&ay irms, aeotratiK rjpiiueut ceased himself realized a few days af- toroey at law 173 Cans Btreet. F fl WANTED. No. 3 Engine Company last evening nominated John Roberson for the po sltlon of chief of the fire department, The original Root Beer Extract Is and Ed Reed rocelved the) nomination for assistant.. .At the meeting of En gine Company No. 1, Fred Grosbauer received the unanimous nomination for chief, but declined to accept. Raser's. The final account in the estate of G. G. Rawlins woa approved yesterday by the county court. : Westport cream fresh every morning I ai smun s ice uream parlors. Third Bt. Strawberries mann's. and cream at Col- The best and only sure way to pre serve fruits Is with Antlfermentlne, For sale by Foard & Stokes. The Gatzert excursion from Portland to Seaside, Sunday, brought down a Road District No. 5 was allowed 2000 reet or lumber by the county court for J large crowd. At Seaside the excursion the purpose of covering bridge, ists took possession of the place, anj For fine "wines and Honors call at a royal good time. Many went In August Danielson's Sample Rooms. bathing, and while the water was some- - I What Oflld. thl fill Wlla worm nrwl IVta lasers extract Koot lieer, the pur- bathers suffered no ill effects from tneir cold plunge, Free at Crow's gallery, a life-size crayon with every dozen cabinets or- Offer good for 30 days, Hon. F. J. Taylor has been appointed to assist W. N. Barrett In prosecuting the tax cases appealed to the supreme ,jored, court. A not belonging to David Laite was attached by Constable Oberg on Sat urday evening last at the netracks of the Cutting Packing Company, and John Olsen was placed In charge of the property pending a settlement of the suit. Olsen fell asleep, rolled up In the net, but was awakened at an early hour In the morning by two men who forcibly took the net away. War rants are out for the arrest of Lalte Don t stew your fruits over a hot- and John Doe. For genuine sweet cream- that will wnip, go to Colmann's The Belmont cigar can be had at 'Unas, uisens, Mr. Willis W. Mudd and Miss Sarah 'Kindred were married on Sunday, July 2, at Kindred Park, Rev. T. A. Hyland officiating. Money to loan. Parker. Enquire of Robb & stove. Preserve them without cooking. oara & stokes will tell you how, The O. F. L. and B. association has declared a dividend of 50 cents per share to enable the boys to Invest In fire crackers to properly celebrate the fourth. There Is no place In Astoria- where John Kopp's famous beer is kept in such good condition as at TJtzlnger's popular resort. If one may judge by the demand for tickets, and the very great Interest which has been shown In the athletic exercises to be held at Smith's Point grounds today, the attendance will be enormous. The excellence or the pro gram, and the many novel events have awakened a keen interest, which is sure to result In an immense gathering, The first event will be a shooting match, which will begin at 10 o'clock sharp. This will be followed In rapid succession by the other events in the order in which they have been pub- The County court has remitted the lished. It is requested that the exec- taxes of Richard Marion for the year utive committee meet at the Occident 1890-91, and allowed C. F. Drake a re- hotel at 8:30 this morning to attend to bate of $9.75. Mary L. West was al- guch matters as may need attention, lowed $11.62 for taxes paid twice. " The officers of the day are requested to be at the grounds, if possible by 9:30. The football teams have been felect- ed, and there Is a look of quiet deter- Pressrve your fruits without cooklne. by using antifermentine. For sale by i oara & stoKes. In order that the employes in the sev eral departments may have an oppor tunity of participating In the festivities to-day, The Astorian will not appear tomorrow morning. Fresh fish received at the Albatross Fish market daily. Salmon 10 cents per pound. Lovers of a good cigar can always imu muu, iresn Jtteimonts at Chas. Olsen s. Parties owning cottages at Seaside initiation in the faces of several of the are placing them In a condition for summer use. Already several famil ies are living there and more are ex pected immediately after the Fourth. or all kinds of job printing, go to net. i erguson, upstairs, Astorian build- vng. ,v In Judge Osburn's court yesterday Andrew Peterson was fined $25 for gambling, E. Owens was mulcted in the sum of $20 for assault and battery, and Robert Kirby, charged with as sault, forfeited $10 bail. V lug Lee has just received a full line or Japanese curiosities and fancy goods. win sea at cost. 52l Third street. The contractors on the Necanicum bridge above Seaside will start work on that structure In about aVeek. The lumber Is being hauled to the spot, and everyinmg ptacea in readiness for a rapid completion of ithe bridge. Del. Ferguson, general Job printer, Astorian building, upstairs. First- Small, right wing. ciuss worn ai reasonable rales. men, which seems- to suggest that there will be a hot struggle for the handsome medal which Is to be awarded to the best player. The bachelors' team will be attired in the club costumes of white and blick, and the married men In dark colored suits. M The bachelors' team will be com posed as follows: Bennett, goal; back G. J. Smith, and R. Cnrruthers; halfback-Ay. E. Tallant, left; F. Spittle, center; H. Bell, right; forwards W. Trulllnger, left wing; Jas. Finlayson, Jr., left guard; R. Gibson, center; D. McLean, right; J. C. Carruthors, right wing. The married men's team will be com posed as follows: J. Addls, goal; backs, P. W. Weeks and J. Finlayson; half backs P. O'Hara, left; J. R. Rathom, center; W. L. Robb, right; forwards Thad Trulllnger, left wind; Walter Rldehalgh, left guard; A. Bartholomew, center; J. Bradford, right; and J. ter his return to this city from Call lornia, that his time on earth was short. He had been - con- T ADIK8 WISHING TO MAKE 20 to f.w fined to hla bed for over a week lJ weekly l.y writing for mo ut .home, reply i wun sianipeu envelope, Alias Aiyra a. uoruor., ikim aim nis condition naa uiuiy jonei, Illinois grown worse until yesterday, when a A SECOND HAND BBWiNO MACHINti cheap, ono Unit la In gooa repair. Leave worj at this office. TTKM WANTED,- AtiENTS PAN) A GOOD J i. commission, and $8,000 divided Hiiio:ig UK-in lieu winter, eneclal atiraetlons to b pushed tills year for which we want Dm ser vices oi Deal agents everywliere. mo l urtls I ubllslilng Co. icoom iiO, Chronicle. HulldiiiK. several Bn rrnncmco. HO OMS TO JtEMT. A CTfAtiKOK FIV5 KOOMH; UK 't, f 12. XXinciinie ui Air. t. u, n ji.dv.x a. FUKN1SHK1) HOUHU nF 1.1 KOOMS, 4'KN trully h.eU-rd. Inquire ut ihls ulliee. F Unix UHNI81IE1) KOOMS, MAIN HTIIRKT rumor gained currency that the end had come. For about a week he had been In a stupor, and his mind had been wandering. He' had a few lucid Intervals, during whlch he spoke a lit tle. He went to San- Francisco last March after an illness of months, but the change did not accom plish as much as was expected. Some four weeks ago while in San Francisco, he left for Paso Robles springs In San Luis Obispo county, but after a lapse of a few days he concluded his condi tion was growing worse, and started for this city. tain Flavel stated that he felt very well but for a cold contracted on the way up on the steamer, and appeared to have gained flesh during his absence, His attending physician, however, says that the extra weight was due In part to dropsy. Mrs. Flavel and daughters were wired to yesterday regarding the patient's condition, and are now on the way from New York. rOr,lnn -nini.nl A.-I,,n,l In riollnnln v'n'"" .i.cu ... v,a....r, ... 1 T tor Htrf't.. il.n irFiir:il liin. win liliutk in imu, coming arounu ine uorn as sniitiiiiig aim reiiauuig. S'lEi jjj niie. Evorvtlilni! newlv II tied t Muniti on his arrival here Cap. out. No, KiMiifu st. ,M its. II, tU'KU Mlilit. NICKI.Y KUKMijUfcD ltiOMS ItV DaY, week (irinoiith terms very rciisuiiulile ni Hie Oriel, 71U Third Street. . -X . . mar. ABOUT 275 FATHOMS OK NET. K1NDKR please leave at the Cutting Cannery. JOHN diAKK. MlaVULLAXKOVU. CALL ON P. BAKKIt. 478 THIKD SIKKKT aud liave your cl'dlies dyed and cleuiiud. pitO. McLKAN.COBKKK OLNKY AND A- VJt tor Our Stock Represents Over 1000 Styles. Trouserings, Overcoatings, Suitings. TAILOR Prices $5 to $50. Samples, Self-measurement Rules, and Tape-line Mailed Free. 128 FIRST STREET, Portland, Oregon. "1 r," .- 7 mi i.ru THE master of the brig John Petty. In the winter of the same year he came to this city In a little steamer and engaged for some time In the coasting trade. ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK suusequenuy ne maue tne acquaini- nn nf r.-mtnln TTnalW o-n,1 tt-ont Intn JIllPISALJO A me piioi ousiness, ormging a scnooner nr ilt . , nlltlIHA DllPlliro. called the California from San Fran- UUlMlAL DAMVIIUl ' DUOinCOOi Cisco. Ho afterward bought Into a saw mill at Uppertown, which was shortly afterward burned. Next he built, In company with Mr. Aiken, a (mill at Young's Bay, and stopped going to sea for same time, . although he retained his interest in the California, Then he bought the bark Alcheon, and returned to the coasting business, but later put the bark into the Island trade until Acoouutkot Firms aud Individuals .-elicited on Favorable Teims. Fore igu and Domestio Exchange bought am toia. Mone) Loaned on Personal recurlty. Interest paid ou Time Deposits as follow: ' Fur 8 months, 1 per cent per annum. " " S " " A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Having been cstnhlHied In connection will the duty was taken off sugar, when heTJiX?VnTKmyealnmn0,utu sold her. About this time he bought Interest will be allimeit ai follows : Onordl- conslderable property which forms the .n,"'y ""'"K" J"'?9' j l,er cel,,t l,er a01""11 i on ""iTiijr, wiiilii luiino me i term savings bonks, 0 per cent pee aiiuum. bulk of the estate at present. The if. R. uarrei, rresiaeni, J. K. Illpici'S, Cashier. i.C. Deneat, Vice President, wharf be built about 25 .years ago and the Occident building about five years later. He next engaged in the tow-boat business, and continued so engaged un til a few years ago. His estate is probably worth In the neighborhood of $1,250,000. Captain Flavel was noted as an en ergetic, shrewd business man, and al ways popular with those he employed. He was very frank, strong in his likes and dislikes, a faithful friend. n.nrl lavish in his generosity to those who njoyed his confidence and friendship. NOTICE TO ORGANIZED LABOR. Hall of Federated Trades, Astoria. Or.. Jnlv 9, 1RS.1. Notice Is hereby given to oreanlzeit orking men that all differences torore existing between Astoria Tvrnv nininucn.1 union jno. 2M, and the Dally Examiner, of this city, have been ami. cably settled, and friendly relations be tween the proprietor of said paper and the Federated Trades are nnw eatn.h- llshed. Friends of organized labor nro at liberty to give the Examiner whatpvpn nuppori iney wisn. W. C. MILLER, I. K. Warren, J. 0. Dement, ;. 8. Wria-ht, John Holwon, H. (.'. Tlioin po, 'I aim Bracksr, Directors, TdK Carp We are You get a Original in Design. th more than standard value worth two for . ? World's Fsir and more than that to you. selling half-dollars for a dollar a-piece. World s Fair Souvenir Coin Dollar A Work of Art in Itself. Beautiful in Execution. FOtt SALE. TO BE SOLD: On the 7th of July, at 1:30 p. in.. Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco, Cal., the whaleback steamer Charles W. Wetmore, including engines, b ill em and appurtenances of the vessel as she now lays stranded on Jhe North Spit of Coos Hay, Oregon. TO BE SOLD: on tne 7th or July, at 1:30 p. m Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco, Prest. Astoria Tvno. Union No 2fl4 Cal., the cargo of the whaleback steam 'FITS JENSEN. er Charles W. Wetmore. now strandec on North Spit of Coob Bay, Oregon consisting of about 2,000 tons of coal We devote the entire amount .towards developing and ennobling the People's Great Fair. Souvenir and Rare Coi Investment. bin. ( S. S5 GoKlpiece 182a L S. 1804 Silver Dollar J. SJ. Half-Dollar 1796 J. S. 1802 Silver 5 -Cent Piec. ' J. S. 1856 Eagle Penny U. S. 1793 Copper Cent (Ameii) ', Queen's Jubilee 5-Sovreign, Eng. N'ipDleon's 100-day 5fr., French. 'Kinj 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, an. that all the people may have a chance to pro- -rj these artistic and patriotic souvenirs of their own ; -option, we have resolved to offer the whole issue -si at $1.00 each. ' to any Bank, or send Post Office or Express Moiiey '"ft, or Registered Letter for as many coins as v 1 w to send them to you, to as an Face Market value, value. 5.00 900.00 1. 00 900.00 .60 52.5O .05 10O.OO 01 5.00 .01 50.00 24-33 32- 1. 00 4.00 -.66 1.25 .66 1.25 ons SOFUS JENSEN, becretary Federated Trades. Foard & Stoke? GROOERS healer, lii fllmViii'e. Cropkerv. Rliln Stiiinllip. miii;i'-i-ii. tvniivi hm'i rnii! vviiiikil'm. riiie it';ii Portland, July 3. The attorney gen eral for the' state of Washington has appealed the anti-cigarette cases di- ENDORSED BY THE PRESS. Gentlemen: This Is to certify that I have used Krause's Headae'112 Capsules ,,,. fU ,,,,,., .,.... , .u , , . wun eaitsiaciory resuuu. 1 wimrii a icct to the supreme court of the United box whlcn cost me .A,,( un(1 one tapBl,,e States. Pending a decision, dealers will cured me of a dreadful sick li?ndache. not be allowed to sell cigarettes. My wife and myself have both used . " 1 the medicines manufactured iy tne At The Monogram you can find fra- Norman Lichty Mf g Co., nnd we re- grant Belmont, Wedding Bouquet, commend them to the public as being j tor ae Madrid and all other choice I jjust what they are represented. WAVK TOSSED. Seasick voyagers suffer unspeaki'ile tortures. Then if Hostetter's Stomal Bitters Is resorted to the tortuifia ceased. Yachting parties, ocean fisher men nervous, slcklv Dconle whom tna jarring of a railway train affecta mil"!, imd'c'.iHee n MiH-ciulty. Tim Finest Display of in me suuie way as tne tossing of the "' ' '", 1 'ivmii 011 r.very BUiBini-r. surges do one who crosses the Atlantic Corner of Thlnl und West Klglitli Street-). for the first time, should be mindful of this and hA nrrw!,l,1 uritt, nr, supply of the bitters. This incompara- SeaShorf RnllwnV ble stomachic will promptly settle a 1 W C IXUIIVYUJi stomach outrageously disturbed, Is a I 7IMBCAIM). capuai antmote to malaria and nervous complaints, remedies constipation and Tralujeaves Ri-mlilo milousness, and counteracts a tendency to rheumatism. Besides this It com pensates for a loss of energy conse quent upon undue exertion or nervous anxiety and averts the effects of ex posure in Inclement weather and the wearing of damp clothing. Both ap petite and sleep are promoted by it. and general health rabidly Improves through its use. 7 :8o a. m (IhIIv. 8 .80 p. m rliiily exc crt Momlay. Leaves Young's liny I er : . 111. u 11. except mommy. 5 p 111. dully. J. 'J.A.Howi.iivt I). K. WtititrN, Secretary, I'rwlilcii. HoaU leave Aotoria at iw a. 111 a- I l::io p. in. C. P. UPSHUR, and favorite brands of cigars. The Sealand baseball nine defeated ine Koutn ttena men yesteraay by a score of 12 to 1. The game of the Sealand men was almost faultless un til the center fielder of that team dropped a ball and allowed a runner to reach the plate. Owners of horses can purchase Camp bell's Hoof Remedy, and all the Col umbia Veterinary Remedies at Fred. Saiz' Saddlery establishment. Seven of the sailors from the bark fteorge S. Homer, who were paid oft for It removes the bile, which by ac- Respectfully, W. J. HUTCHISON. Ed. Gazette. Pleasant Hill, Mo. Twenty-five cents, for sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria, Or., sole agents. LADIES' TEA Is a pleasant drinki which will be borne bv the stomach wittiout nau Bea or erlolng. It acts thoroughly on the liver, kidneys and reproductive or gans. A gentle physic, efficient diu retic, and is most use'ful in scant or Dalnful menstruation. It aids diges tion and reduces corpulency; clears the complexion, rendering It fair, and re storing the natural tone of the skin. after the vessel's .arrival at this port, were taken to Portland by Sheriff Smith yesterday to testify In the case against the captain and his mate, I charged with cruelty cumulation, produces the sallow, mud dy complexion, peculiar to tne con stipated. Sold by all druggists. THE FORCED MORTGAGE SALE. Strawberries are at their best and cheapest You will find a large selec tion of the choicest "Wilson berries to-1 day at Ross, Higgins & Co.'s. BAY RAILROAD COMPANY. Will run cars today leaving the Park er House as follows: 9 a. m. 9:40 a. ni. 10:20 a. m, 11 11. ni. i 11:40 a.m. ki p. ui. 1 p. m. 1:10 p.m. 2 20-p.ra. 3 p. ru. a in j m 4 -m p. m. 5 p. to. Of Herman Wise's stock is now In full blast. Everything sacrificed. M. WISE, Mortgagee. P. S. All persons indebted to Her1- man Wise will please settle at once. 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 FlPtcher. Orders left at The Asto- ilan ollice will receive prompt and care ful attention. from him. SCANDINAVIAN BENEVOLENT SO- SHIPPING ailll COMMISSION The members of this society are re quested to meet at their hall on Tues day, July 4th, at 9:30 a. m.. for the purpose of taking part in the parade on inai any. ay order. E. Wlsche, Prest. E. WISCHE, Prest. AUG. DANIELSON, Secy. SHOALWATER BAY OYSTERS. At3ria, Oregon. CR. 0UAWS Fresh oysters can now be obtained daily for 60 cents a quart, by leaving orders at this office addressed to Hom er Fletcher. 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. j- V. - PILLS CHLYDSE FOR A DOSE A WCSD TO LADIES. . j - li ..fit y .Mt l-i lu. s?, tmell acd edlon (V- j t c iHt h. 1 1 141 y niiui.i bio&Hrd medicated f) .rv'j'tf . I dU j;utnmn from hodnha wid th -:,h liotf oraple,-.toii who canuot luk 4 tii;ary yDW j c"j rh.rd ) ii Ihera. Thty pizitikj. U. wuKiU.Co.. ThiliMltlpU.,! For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggist Used i M" 11 Ml - t n iJlioas of Ih.cf" 0 L3 I! mm - Aittmor!!-'- No Al torld's Columbian Exposition. . HiCAGO, ILL. The 8 ore of John G. enu Has been purchased by Butterfield trosM sMionre iroliiK tn rloan out tlie slook. 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