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TIIE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1893.
ABOUT THE CITY. T. O. Trulllnger and Alsea Fox are out at Bear Creek hunting ducks. Robert, the three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Russell, Is seriously 111 with whooping cough. The British ship Phylomene was bus ily encaged yesterday discharging coal at the gas company's dock. Major G. 13. Hegardt, of Fort Ste vens, who has been up to Portland, returned yesterday morning. The new Washington pilots left out yesterday morning on the Louis Olsen to try their luck beyond the bar. An English sailor, George Gilbert, died at an early hour yesterday morn ing at St Mary's hospital, of consump tion. The regular weekly drawing of Hill's Lot Clubs was held las tnlght, and re sulted in the lucky numbers being picked by Ed. Hallock and Alex. Grant respectively. . The Chautauqua Circle met last night for the first time since the close of Its last year's labors, at the residence of Mr. W. I .Crawford. A very pleasant evening was spent. Work was mapped out for the ensulrg term, and all ar rangements made for future meetings. . An $S0 lot for J2. Groceries cheap for cash at Howell & Ward's. The Belmont cigar can be had at Chas. Olsen's. Men of small means can buy real estate in Hill's first addition. From the ofilce of the light-house in spector at San Francisco comes the following notice to mariners: "Alca traz fog bell, California. Notice Is here by given that the fog bell on Alcatraz Island, San Francisco Bay, California, was discontinued on Sunday, Septem ber 24 1S93, until necessary repairs can be made. It will be placed in opera tion again at the earliest date practi cable, when due notice will be given." Remember McGuIre's Hotel at Sea side Is open the year around. All groceries sold at bottom prices for cash at Howell & Ward's. For bargains In real estate, call on Wm. B. Adair, 464 Third street. For fine wines and liquors call at August Danlelson's Sample Rooms. Only the purest wines and liquors are sold at Alex. Campbell's Gem. There was an Incident outside the or dinary at Liberty Hall yesterday dur ing the trial of John Hansen for mur der. The district attorney had " Just concluded his opening, argument for the state when a man at the back of thn hall applauded Mr. Barrett's re marks with more warmth than discre tion, stamping his feet and clapping his hands. He was promptly called up before Judge McBrlde and sentenced to five days' Imprisonment in- the coun ty jail for contempt of court. Judge IU..D..I.1a nn lnnltt Infllntarl ihia Don. JHVJJ1IUG I1U MWllV llll-n.li. b...u w. tence to make an example of the of fender. He has been pretty Borely tried since the Hansen trial began by unseemly Interruptions from the body of the court. The name of the culprit was given as Jack Adams. He was re lessed last night by order of the. court. For $2, a lot is delivered every week to the buyer in Hill's First addition. Meany is the leading tailor and pays the highest cash price for fur skins. Big discount on all goods at the gents' outfitting store of P. A. Stokes. For all kinds of job printing, go to Del. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorlan build ing For Sale Three good lots at Smith's Pcint. A bargain. Address A. B., this office. A great reduction sale ia in progress at P. A. Stokes' gents' outfitting store. Lovers of a good cigar can always find mild, fresh Belmonts at Chas. Ol sen's Sewing machine and general repair ing, lock-fitting, etc. C. A .May, 132 Main. Fresh fish received at the Albatross FlHh market dally. Salmon 10 cents per pound. Hill's First addition is located in the centre of the city. Lots are now selling in it for J2. The following Is the program for the dedication of the Uppertown school this afternoon: Farewell song at the old building, by the school; march to new building; greeting song, school; in troduction of president of the day; ad dress of welcome by president of the day, J. W. Conn; instrumental trio, organ, violin, cello, Miss Holmes, Prof. Fredrickson, and O. A. Luckseth; de livery of keys by the architect, J. E. Ferguson; acceptance and delivery of keys to principal, Thos. Lealy; accept ance by the principal, A. L. Clark; Bong America, school; address, Mayor M. C. Crosby; song, "I want to hear their Happy Songs again," Mira Fredrick son; address, J. Smith; violin quartet, Prof. Fredrickson, A. Luckseth, Sig fred Yaung, Edward Young; addresses of five minutes each by members of the audience; raising the flag; song, "Flag of the Free," Misses Utzinger, Sands, and Robertson, with chorus by the whool; pupils march to respective rooms. The exercises are to begin promptly at 1:30 p. m., and all friends of the school are earnestly invited to attend. Call at the Astoria Real Estate Ex change and get a lot In Hill's First addition for J2. The Office liquors and mixed drinks are unexcelled. Genevieve street, .be tween Second and Third. Persons wishing to Join Mr. Thomp son's singing class will please leave leave their names at the Y. M. C. A. The young ladies of the M. E. church and congregation are requested to meet Mrs. Bushong at the church at 7:30 p. m. today to form the Young Woman's Missionary Circle. JEFF'S, T65 Oslj Bestet Mainly through the instrumentality of Captain J. H. D. Gray, copies of the following resolution have been sent to every chamber of commerce In the state. The matter, it will be remem bered, was first moofed some time ago, but action was postponed In order to ascertain the exact date of the launch ing of the Oregon: "At a meeting of the Astoria Chamber of Commerce, held August 22, 1893, the following resolution was adopted, and a committee appointed to carry out the purposes therein mentioned: Whereas the congress of the United States has caused to be built In Sah Francisco, California, a first-class modern battle ship to be named the "Oregon" in honor of our state; and whereas, it is announced that said man-of-war will be launched on or about October 26th, 1893, and will probably make her trial trip early in 1894; and whereas, it Is customary for citizens of the state af ter which a warship has been named to present such a ship a 'suitable and appropriate memento, as a token and expression of appreciation of the hon or conferred; therefore be it resolved, that the Astoria Chamber of Commerce shall appoint a commute of five mem bers to communicate with and invite the several chambers of commerce, boards of trade, city councils, and other slate organizations,- and also prominent officials of the Btate of Oregon to co operate with this chamber in procuring the necessary funds for the purchase and presentation of said testimonial. The committee therefore recommend That the organizations mentioned above each send one delegate to a convention to be held in Portland, Oregon at the Portland Hotel, at 10 a. m., October 7th, .1893, for the purpose of carrying out the objects of the said resolution." There is no risk taken by joining Hill's lot clubs. Everybody gets the full value of their money. Get your hemlock wood for '$3.25 per cord delivered, at-the Astoria Wood Yard. Satisfaction guaranteed. Del. Ferguson, general job printer, Astorlan building, upstairs. First class work at reasonable rates. Water colors, crayons, and sepias crayons, copying and enlarging, a spe cialty at Crow's gallery, Third street. Wine Lee has lust received a full line of Japanese curiosities and fancy goods. Will sell at cost. 529 Third street. Rare bargains in jewelry are being offered dally by H. Ekstrom. Any ar ticle in the store can be naa at cost price. For delicious ice cream soda go to Colmann's Ice Cream Parlors. Choice, fresh candles manufactured dally at. Colmann's. CORRESPONDENCE. Tt the Editor: The appeal to the Lutherans of As toria to do something! for the Pacific Lutheran University seems to be meet ing with success. The Lutherans of Astoria find: First," that they are In great debt to the church for keeping missionaries here for so many years; Second, that it is the duty of all Christians to help up an Institution which on the basis of tha old Apostolic faith will give, free of cost, the high est education to the young and old of all nationalities, who need it ; Third, that they are glad to have an occasion to show their thankfulness to that old church in which they are brought .up, and which has not forgot ten them here out in the far west. There ore people who think that they have enough to do to help their own churches here; but what are the most of them doing to pay their great debt to the Lord? And we have to remem ber we are in debt to the Almighty God for all what we possess, all our health, strength, and all the good gifts of this world. The university Is getting along well, and about Christinas time it will be opened for the first coursei Barring the university grounds, on which there is a mortgage of $6,000, the university Is the absolute owner of the buildings, and they are worth $50,000 or $60,000. They are built In 550 lots surrounded by 27 acres of land, with a saw mill and 150,000 feet of lumber. The offerings for the good cause will be given next Sunday at the morning service offertory, by the laying of mon ey on the altar at the Norwegian Evan gelical Lutheran Church, on the. hill above Columbia cannery. Yours Very Truly, ONE OF THE WORKERS. The finest hemlock wood ever sold in Astoria can be had from C. W. Ever est, Alderbrook. Only $3.25 per cord delivered. Elegant bath tubs, first class shav ing and neat and artistic hair cutting at the Astoria Baths. Gillet & Corbett, proprietors. The Coffee House, 522 Third street; best place for chops and steaks: oys ters by the quart; received daily and always fresh. There is no place in Astoria where John Kopp's famous beer is kept in such good condition as at Utzinger's popular resort. Wagner & Co. have a line of new souvenir spoons. Watch, clock and Jew elry repairing a specialty. Opposite The Astorlan office. Wanted Furnished rooms for house keeping or a furnished flat suitable for the same purpose. Must be convenient ly located. Apply at once to R. H. M., this office. The only Pure Creaia tf Tartar P' Mscd in Millions of Home? FrTIK nnnl t3 UMU RECEIVER'S NOTICE. The undersigned having been appoint ed by the circuit court receiver for I. W. Case, banker, hereby gives notice to all persons owing said bank, either by note or overdraft, that payment of same nnmt be made without further delay. The office of the receiver, at Case's bank, is open, daily, from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m., and from 2 to 4 o'clock p. m., and all debtors are ad vised to call and settle at once. GEO. H. GEORGE,, Receiver. ANOTHER CUT IN PASSENGER RATES. Five dollars less over the Union Pa cific to Missouri river and intermedi ate points, effective Sunday, August 20th. Rates to all Eastern points corre spondingly reduced. For full informa tion, call at Ticket office, Union Pa cific dock. O. W. LOUNSBERRY, Agent. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed admin istrator of the estate of Caroline Han sen, late of Clatsop county, Oregon, deceased, and all persons having claims against said estate must pre sent the same duly verified to the. un dot-signed, at the office of Fulton Bros. Attorney?, In the City of Astoria, in snid-eounty, within six months from this date, August 5th. is;m. VICTOR HANSEN. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that I have been appointed administrator of the es tate of J timet P. Metz, deceasea. ah persons indebted to said estate, are no tified to pay the same to me, at Astoria, Oregon, forthwith; and all persons Hav ing claims against sold estate, are hereby notified to present the same to me, at the above place, within six months from the date hereor. JAMES W. HARE. Administrator of the above estate. Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 7th, day of July. 1W3. CAREFUL PREPARATION Is essential to purity of foods. It Is wisdom and economy to select those that are pure. The Gail Borden Eagle Brand Condensed MllK is prepared with the greatest care, and infants are assured the best. Grocers and drug gists. Dry hemlock wood delivered at $3.25 per cord by C. W. Everest, Alderbrook. Leave orders with Ben Coe, core of this office. Terms cash. Theo. Braieker keeps -a varied and choice assortment of cigars, tobaccos, playing cards, cutlery, stationery, pipes, amber goods, etc. Owners of horses can purchase Camp bell's Hoof Remedy, and all the Col umbia Veterinary Remedies at Fred. Saiz' Saddlery establishment. The finest and most extensive line of blue and white steel enameled ware ever displayed in Astoria, has been received at Foard & Stokes.' . At the Monogram you can find fra grant Belmont, Wedding Bouquet, Flor da Madrid and all other choice and favorite brands of cigars. Thor Fredcrlckson, piano tuner, has moved to 1053 Third street, Adair's- As toria, near Eagle cannery. Leave or ders at Grlltin & Keen s dook store. Sportsman. Intending to purchasa their winter's supply of ammunition should communicate with Foard & Stokes before purchasing elsewhere. -RYir Rnlo An nrimn. Value when new, $125.00. Will sell very cheap for cash. In order. Owner going to leave town. Address, J. T. R this office. J. W. Thompson, organist at the M. T?. nhnrMi rrliran IpKanna In milKln. T)i- ano and organ. Organs tuned and re paired. Address Mi) Astor at., Astoria. Those desirous of furnishing houses can find as good bargains at G. V. Porter's as at any other store in the Northwest. Give him a trial and prove It. . All the patent memcines advertised In this paper, together with the choicest perfumery, and toilet articles etc.. can be bought at the lowest prices at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hotel, Astoria. J Fred Olsen takes the lead in manu facturing boots and shoes. All work is first class and warranted. Repairing a specialty. Corner Second and Olney streets. If you have friends in Europe whose passage you wish to prepay to Astoria, call at the Northern Pacific offlce.steamer Telephone dock, and make known your wants. Reduced rates via all the lead ing steamship lines. The official board of tho M. E. church nro requested to meet at the church at 7:30 p. m. today to transact some bus iness of especial Importance. A full attendance is requested. Patronize the Northern Pacific railroad if you are going East. Low rates of fare, through tickets, baggage checked to desti nation. All purchasers of second class tickets can stop over at Portland. Rates of fare same a from Portland. The ladles of the M. E. church and rongrt'g.itlnn nre . requested to meet Mrs. llushong In the church auditorium an's Home anr Foreign Missionary So cieties. A large attendance is espe cially desired. The most handsome and highest grade Wall Paper ever seen in the city. I will furnish paper gratis to anyone finding this statement not true. Call and Bee for yourselves, at B. F. Allen's 571 Third street. Don't go . to Portland to buy your tickets for the "Old Country" and the East when you can get them for the same price at the Union Pacific office in this city, and thereby save your lo cal fare to Portland. The annual meeting of "The Nor wegian Evangelical church" will be held at the church building Monday October 2d, 7 a. m. . Astoria September 21th, 1893. TH. FREDRICKSON, Secretary. Every girl that buys h?r school books at the New York Novelty Store will be presented with a manicure set. Everv boy that gets his scnooi books nt the New York Novelty Store will get a nice memorandum book with mirror attached. vdti. T."j..unic:;:a; No :U:7ii. -40 -Years the St.ir.Ar-d TO RESIST THE ATTACK ft L5Vr" tho gorms of Con p - ,!t si) rt. sumption, Scrofula. V-Vir 'v-7Nf?0riPi Malaria, and X' fr&Xetft'j 'Limany other diseases means fight or die for all of us. These germi are everywhere in tho Tua odds are in favor of the germs, if our liver 1b inactive and our blood impure. What is needed most is an increase In our germ-flgliting strength. To do this success fully you need to put on healthy flesh, rouse the liver to vigorous action, so ft will throw oif tueso germs, and purify the blood so that there will be no " weak spot," nor soil for germ-growth. Wo claim for Dr. Pierce's Golden Modlcal Discovery, that it does all this in a wny pecu- uor w iibuu. ii, ui uie utjvtuupmoiiE oi gen erations of medical thought it has stoodtho wail ul u uuai uu vi ev cvtiturr oi cures. W1...4- l J. ... jj. uuu a " uj tug iiianui a mu ywinmieo IU. In every trouble caused by torpid liver or impure blood, if the "Discovery" foils to at .. ... i. . Pretty strong reasons for frying Dr. Sage's fnf.l...h 1) .......).. O '.(VI If ...... I I VUU 1 A ....... l.t J . c"W U J UU UUI b W UU1UU. DR. GUNN'S IMPBOVXU LIVER PILLS OA'ir ONE FOR A DOSE IS YOUR STOMACH SOURi Brelll bnd or Head aching P Oue of thwi- itu -Itevea (lutrem In tbe stomach and cures i.eadocwv one each nifflit for awcek sweetous the sto jibcIi pna purines the breath. Thej Insure perfeotulE'Hlcu, regulate the bowels and cure oonliaii n. J ! act promptly, yet mildly.tiever rlpo or sicken. 1 oa Druggists or mail. Uosauko Mid. Co., rLUa., l'a. For sale by J. W. Conn. Druggist WANTED. 1-iV HUSBAND AND WIFK. NKIKI.Y KUK It uished rooms and hoard in a pleasant iirivato luiniiv. rcrmiinent iionrtivra. Ajipiy nt once to ii. J. (J., mis omcc. B V A COMPETENT rKlt80N. A VOHITION to do liouaetvork. lnqulru at iu Astor at A SITUATION BY A YOUNG i.ADY TO work for bourn and go to school. Inquire nt tins mice. 1U1SC1CLLAMSOUS. ALL ON P. BAKER, 478 TlliltD 8TUKET p HO. MCLEAN, COKNEIt OLNEY AND A Ijr tor streets, does a general business In bluek 9mitUlng and rpalriuic. FOR RENT.--I.ATK RESIDENCE OK WM. B. Adair, 2005 Hemlock St., Upper Astoria Apply at wiit Angus avo. sju-oi ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK . TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Accounts oi Firms and Individuals solicited ou Favorable Terms. Foreign and Uomestlo Exchange bought an1 SOKI. . Money Loaned ou Personal security. Interest iald ou Time Deposits as follow: Fur 3 month. 4 pnr cont tier minimi. "0 " 6 i. j2 j ii A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Having been established In connection with the aliove, (lepo-lts will be received in unioiints of one dollar and upward. Interest will ba allowed as follows : On ordi nary savings books, 4 pnr cunt per annum ; on term savings books, 6 per cent per unuiiin. 0. K. Warren, President. J. K. HIkxIus, Cashier. J.C. Dement, vice President, l. K. Warren, J. 0. Iteinsnt, II. K. wrf ht, John llobson, H. I'. Thompson, Tlieo Braeker, Directors. Washington Meat Market Corner Second and Main Streets, i Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS - AND - PACKERS Steamboats, ships and mills supplied on short notice. Families supplied promptly at the lowest rates. CHRISTENSEN & CO., Proprietors. The Clatsop Market, 720 Third street, opposlto BuRct oflice. Fish, Oysters, Poultry and rrodiiec. Free delivery to any part o( the city. ATCHISON A'SENEY,1 Props, FREEMAN & BREMNER, BLACKSMITHS. Special attention p.ihl to steamboat re pairing, Orst-cla'S liornesliocliiKi rlo. Logging Camp Work a Specialty. 107 Olney street, between Third and Fourth, AstorU, Or. STURGEON - HOOKS l to 1 inch points in all styles. 8-inch Sturgeon Hook Files, $1.30 per doz. A. 6. SPEXARTH, Cass St THE MODEL Chop and Oyster House JOS. TERP, Proprietor. The best meal in tbe city for tho money Kastern oysters. Next door to Odd Fel lows' build lug, 4C3 Third Ht., Astoria. L W. CASE, INSURANCE AGENT, BEPKE8ENTINCJ Cermin-Ataerifiii, Hew York City, S. I. Cuius Fire ul Sariae, of New 2tal.nl National firs ui Marine lot (., of Harlfori CoBBeetimt fire 1st. Ce, of Hartford. Home lotoal Idl Co., of Sai Francis. flisii, of Impnial, f laki. Iwk F:::t U ht Cl Portlanfl's - Great - Iaiiustrial - Exposition Open 8 September 27 893 c,osos October 28 LIBERATE CELEBRATED' -MILITARY RANI) - Will furnish tbe music. A World of Mechanics in Miniature. . THE SPKOIAL FKATl'RKS WILL ECLIPSE THOSE OF AN'Y TKEVIOUS YEAR Madame Cirard Cyer's Prismatic Fountain. Constructed at a oU of $10,000 and throwing a thousand jots of water In all 1 ho colors of the ruinbow will beautify uiuslo hall. , I arnn AnnarMimpt'ontiiliilnc fish of all varieties found in Oregon waters, have been Ldiyy mUdl lUIII!i constructed at great expense. Thf A"T Ra llnru W" contain a colli ctlen ol paiut'iiga suicetc I from tho World's Fa'r.. 1 110 a UcllIU y AmoB tlu tlnsburn'8 celebrated palutuigCUdTliK'H I.AS.T KIlillT. To visit this R'eut oxuoHltlon mid view Hi u-niulxia In nvmv ripnarhmwit nt art and icinirc. will bo next thing to a visit to the World's 1'alr at Reduced rates on all transportation lines, VVe havo a SCHOOL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES To bo sold at tho American Book Com pany's price list. A big reduction from last year's prices. GRIFFIN & REED. FOR Afl SGO LOT ! S J I? in By becoming a member of Hill's Lot Clubs you can get a lirst class lot in Hill's First Addition to Astoria. Lots will br delivered weekly. Now is tho time to pro- cure a lot to build a home, for CALIFORNIA WINE HOUSE, FINE WINES AND LiaUORS I Lnve mmle arrangements for supplying nny linind of wines iu quantities to suit nt lowest chbIi inures. Tbe trade and families supplied. All orders delivered free iu Astoria. A. W. UTZINGER, Main Street, Antoria, Oregon. STEAMER R Leaves for Tillamook Hay Points the 'day following tho urrival of the Union Pacific steamers from San Francisco. Hie steiiui-i' U. f. Rlmorn pouimxm Willi Union Pacific steamers for Portland and lln'oiitfli tick-els ai t- issued from Port laud to Tillamook Kay points by tho Union Pac.inc (Jo. Ship freliflit from Portland by Union Pacillc steamem ELMORE, SANBORN & CO., Agent, Astoria! UNION PACIFIC Jt. R. COMPANY, A vents Portland. Dalgity's Iron Works, J AH. DAIJJITV, I'ropV. (Hncccssor to Arntlt & Forclicn.) DnllorRopalrlnfrnnil Cannery Work. Itopnlr ing ot Ulver Crult 8 Hpuclally. Miichlno Work of all kinclx ddiio. Hhop, toot of Lafuj eUa HI. J. 33. WYATT Dealer in - Hartlwsre 2nd Ship Clustery, Put Oil. Bilphl. VarnlKli. Mnmvle on. 'ol ton Onnviwi, Hemp Hull Twine. I.nril Oil, Wrought lion Hplkei, li:ilv:uillcil Out Nails Qrooorioo, Ito. ARrlcnltnrnl Implements, SwIk Ma miulilnm, faluui and Ulla. Chas. Hcilborn & Son, Importers and Dcnleig In FURNITURE, CARPETS, And Upholstery, 091, MB, 505 Third Htrcct, Astoria. M Is the Best of Its Class On the Pacific Coast. AN UNEXCELLED TABLE Kate, 2 dailjr and upwards. E. R. HAWES, Dealer in 1UUVJBE and TINWARE Stores a Specialty. Lamps and i1:iswre Iu Endlrss Variety. Sui'vud otrvtit, Aaturi, Or. One lei m Chicago, For iurthor Information address K. W. ALLKN, Superintendent and Heerctary, full supply of - pi P. ELMORE C. P. UPSHUR, SHIPPING and COMMISSION Astoria, Oregon. JEFF'S RESTAURANT -13 THK- Hon Ton Ton Restaurant in the Town (And the finest on the Coast.' Dinner Parties, Banquets a Special. Th Fliirat Wines ami Lluaora, Gents Furimliiiig - Goods - AND Clothing in Endless Variety AT S; Danzigcr's, Third Street . HUNTER & MERGENS, (Proprietors of the Portland Butchering Co.fs Markets Corner Seeond and Denton Htreel" Corner Third and West klKhlu street. HOE & SCULLY. Dealers. In itoves, ShBBt Iron & Ccppar are Hole, apents for Ma?ee Rtoves. and KaiiKOs. .loliMiiK of all kinds promptly at tended to. 431 Second atreet, Astoria. BOOTH M1V SHOES The Largest Ktoek, Best Qur.litj and Lowest Price at tb 8in of The (iolilen Rhn,