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THE DAILY ASTORIAN,? ASTORIA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1893.
A DAY AFTER SYLVESTER. Washington, Nov. 3. The president today lBsued a Thanksgiving1 procla mation designating Thursday, Novem ber 30, as the day to be observed. GRAHAM NOT GUILTY. Spokane, No.v 3. The Jury in the (lio of Councilman Greham, charged with taking a bribe, today returned a erdlct of acquittal. CAPTURED THE KING. London, Nov. 2. A heavy battle has occurred between the British and the Matobelen, and King Lo Bengula has been captured. FRANCIS WEEKS ARRIVES. New York. Nov.. 3. Lawyer Francis II. WeekH tho defaulter extradited from Costa Rica, Rrrlved from New Orleans by train this afternoon. TO HE TRIED MONDAY. Chicago, Ni'V. 3. The trial of Pren dcrgast, Mayor Harrison's murderer, Is on call In the criminal court for Monday next, and the case will probably be taken up without delay. AND NOW THE LUCANIA. New York, Nov. 3. The Cunard Moamshlp Lucanla arrived off Fire Is- .1 tnntr't. mnklng the run In G days, 12 hours and 54 minutes. This beats nil western records by 29 minutes. The Fomeroy Independent has 'prunf? another leak. Here It Is: "Thanks for the many compliments p. i.l personally on the fine Issue of this p:ijx-r lust week. If fortune favors rml times Improve and thd business men advertise as they do in most pla ces this sheet will make many Im provements In various ways. We do not personally urge and abuse men be cause they do not advertise, for If they do not, others will soon be In their places who will." The presiding genius lapses Into blank verse sometimes too. He warbles: "Last Saturday evening and night the rUn camo dow.i profusely and thus preparing the soil for nn unprecedented cron next year. Last Sunday night It cleared oft and on Monday morning tho ground was Blightly frozen and a big frow. greets the eye as tho-ilawn lighted up the scenes of nature," FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Mrs. Wlnslow'B Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wina cnouc, una Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Sold by all drug gists throughout tbe world. A SURE CURE FOR PILES. ttnhin tiiIam n.a L-nnwn l.v mnlnture like perspiration, causing Intense Itching when warm. This form, as wvil hh Wind, Weeding or Protruding, yield at once to r- linnnlrn'a I'iln Ur.minlv whll'h nets directly on tho parts affected, absorbs li.-hlnir and effects a ... . nnf miKa Kilo nriliririaf fir mil 11. Circulars free. Dr. Rosanko, 329 Arch street, Philadelphia, Fa. Sold by J. W Conn. GUARANTEED CURE. MM V UUIIIUIIAV Will UU wi- nn- Humntion, Coughs, and Colds, upon this condition. If you ure afflicted with a CouRh, Cold, or any Lung, Throat or itU .Lin will una Vila IfimOllV Vlltrnt 1 1 uuun-. uu nni n - - as directed, giving it a fair trial, and ex perience no benefit, you may return me We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King s ew .uibcuvlt .1,1 i.- ni Tt novof rilaiLiinnlntH. Trlnl bottles free at Chus. Roger" l)ruK Btoro. l.arge size ou tin. uu i.w RECEIVER'S NOTICE. tio iin,lrralirnil tinvlnir hrn nnnolnt n.i I,, (ha Irnnit nnurf rnrnlver for I W. Case, banker, hereby gives notice to all Mrsons owing buiu imnK. cuner oy note or nverdraft, that payment of Hume must be made without further , loli. 17 Tim nllli'o nf the receiver, at fuse's bunk, Is open, dully from 10 to 12 o'clock n. m., and from 2 to 4 o'clock n. m.. and all debtors are advised to call and settle nt once. llKO. II. GErtRGE, Receiver. CITIZEN'S PRIMARIES. Notice Is hereby given that on Wed nesday, the 8th iluy or wovemoer, isuj, In the city of Astoria, Clatsop county, slate of Oregon, a primary election will be held for tho purpose of electing del egates to attend the Citizen's City Con vention to ue new in mo cuy nan oi Hald city, on Thursday, the 8th day of Noveii'ber, 18!),1, at tho hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of Mild day, which convention is hereby called for the purpose! of nom inating the following candidates to be voted for at the coming city election to be held on Wednesday, the 13th iln of December, 1893, to-wlt.: Mayor, Aud itor and Police Judge, Treasurer, City Attorney, Surveyor, S'ipeiU'. indent of Stieets, Harbor Master, One Police Commissioner, and one councilman from each ward. The following Judges are hereby ap pointed for said primaries, and the fol lowing places five designated as tl.e polling places: First Ward Polling place, Engine liouso No. 1. Judges, Fred Sal, K. C. wlH, and Chas. Wilson. Fourteen del egates are to be elected from this ward. Second Ward- Polling place, Clatsop Market, 72(1 Third street. Judges, J. II. I). Gray, Frank Cook, and W. L. Me l Monkey. Ten delegates are to be elect ed from this vard. Third Ward Polling place, the W. IV Mmlth rimnerv. tuilues. Ken. Young. UeiK Leland, and Alfred Olson. Eight delegates are to be elected from this ward. Th.i ii.tllt ulmll Vn noon from 1:30 o'clock p. m. till 6:30 o'clock p. m. of said November 8th, anil the wnote num !... ..f .l.tl.tmitBU to ll S' Ky order of the Citizens' City Com mittee. ,' W. IVl'.K.iN. Secretary of Cltlzerts' City Committee. REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES. Notice Is hereby given that on Mon day, tho 6th dny of Novemlx-r, ls'JS. i.. n.a nf Astorln. Clatsoit county .....i.. nf Orainin il mininrv election Will be held In three wards of said city of Astoria for the purpose or euviing . ,uimtM from each, the II int. second, and third wards of said city of Astoria, to attend the Republican City Convention, to be held at the city hall building on Saturday, tho nth day of ... iiml n tho hour of 1:J0 iovemuci, -- - o'clock p. m., which said convention Is hereby called for the purpose oi nom inating the following candidates to be voted for at the city election to be held on Wednesday, wwmwr jjh. to-wit.: Mayor, Auditor and Po lice Judge, Treasurer. City Attorney, Surveyor, Superintendent of Streets, Harbor Master, one Police Commis sioner, one Councilman from each ward. The following Judges are hereby ap pointed for said primaries, and the fol lowing places are designated as the polling places: First Ward Polling place, No. One's Engine house. Judges Martin John on, Sam Arndt, and C. W. Holt. QMnrA Ward At Fristor's Hirar fttnre. Judges August Danlelson, N. P. Dren non, and J. Dragollch. Third wara At aicuregors onice. .Ti.rtees. Fred Llndstrom. John Nord strom, and O. F. Morton. Polls will ce open rrom i:so o ciock p. m., until e:3U o ciock p. m., oi saiu day. . By order ItepuDiican uuy committee. F. J. CARNEY, Secretary. TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. , Tin -.A.rnrir ruinrterlv examination of ii.naa nrmlvlrifr for cerllflpiiten to tench In the public schools of Clatsop county oiaoviii will he held hetrlnnlnsr Wed nesday, at 1 o'clock p. m., November 8. 1S93, at Court Street school house, Astoria, Oregon, and continue through ..f ilia uvoalr All nnnllcants will re port promptly at the place above speci fied, ana remain inrougiwui. um euu lnutlon. ' H. S. LYMAN, School Bupt., Clatsop uo., ur. TO SHERIFF'S SALE. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE CREDITORS. Mniiaa la tinrohv elven bv the under signed, administrator of the estate of Mary Ann Aaair, ueceaseu, io me ci su itors of and all persons having claims against the saiu ueceaseu, io pieman them with the necessary voucnem, within six months from the first pub lication of this notice, to the under signed, administrator, at his office, No. 402 Third street, Astoria, Oregon. wm. a. AUAIll, strator of the Estate of Mary Ann Adair, Deceased. Dated Oct. 12th, lnua. SHERIFF'S SALE. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Clatsop county: W. S. Hamilton, Plaintiff, vs. P. O. Seaborg and Annie Seaborg, rnf.irnlnnt By virtue of an execution and order r.r nn a laannrl onr nr ILIlll UIllll'I UIC ul n 1. 1 v. ...ii... . WHw - . seal of the above entitled court, in the nh.ioa ontltlorl PHI1HP. (in tlie 11111 UllV of October, 1893, upon a decree of fore closure and Judgment duly mode and rendered therein on tho 19th day ol June, 1893, which said execution and order of sale was to mo directed and .in..iw,i t ill nn the, 13th dav of Oc- tober, 1893, levy upon all the right, ti tle, claim and interest or me auuve - ,wi iAr.itiiniitu in n.nu to me iui- I1U1I1UU Vi''..'"".'"! l,,n.la ilaanrlllDll rP.nl CHtllte. tO-Wit: the northwest iuarter of. the south west quarter and the south half of the southwest quarter and the southwest ,.n..tn. t ii o ami t h pii h t. ouai'ter of section 30, Tp. 7 N., 41. 7 W., also 20 acres described as rouows: uoiiiinem;- Ing at the northeast corner oi me norm nnrt if Son an. Tn. 7 N.. R. 8 W., thence west 835 feet, thence south 1045 feet, thence east 835 feet, thence. north 1045 feet to tne point oi uegni i n ounntorl In cl.'itHon countv. Oregon; and I shall, on Monday, the 13th day of NovemDer, ioo, u.i ic hour of 11 o'cIock a. m in iroru ui ttia nnnnlff nourthnilRO (lOOr in IIIO CUY of Astoria, In sold county and state, proceed to sell tne same, or bo mu thereof as shall be sufficient to satls r.. ivin mim nf M17.21. with Interest on the Bamo at tho rate of ten per cent per annum from the zutn any ot jime 1893, together with the costs and dls vd at J23.C0. together with accruing costs of this suit, at pub lic auction, to mo nignest wuuit i" cash In hand In U. S. goiu coin in time of sale. h a S herllT of Clatsop County, Oregon Dated, Astoria, Or., Oct. 13, 1893. In the Circuit Court of tho State of Oregon, for Clatsop county: John Davis, Plaintiff, vs. Oliver Stewart, Martha Stewart, and E. L. Dwyer, Defendants. By virtue ot an execution and order of sale issued out of and under the seal of the above entitled court in the above entitled cause, on the 11th day of October, 1893, upon a decree of fore closure and Judgment duly made and rendered therein on the 2nd day of Oc tober, 1893, which said execution and order of sale was to me directed and delivered, I did on the 19th day of October, 1893, levy upon all the right, title, claim and Interest of the within named defendants In and to the fol lowing described real property towlt: All that part ot section ten lying east of a line drawn parallel with and one chain east of the east bank of Gnat creek, so called; also the south half of section eleven; also the south half of the north half of section eleven, all being situate In township eight, north of range seven, west, of the Willamette meridian, In Clatsop county, Oregon. An,l T uhull fin Sintiirrlnv. tho 1Xth dav of November, 1893, at the hour of 10 o ciock a, m., in rrom oi tne court, house door, In the city of Astoria, In said county and state, proceed to sell the same or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy the sum of $6,408.34, together with the further sum of $300 attorney's fees, together with the costs and disbursements taxed at $1!2.25, and the accruing costs of this suit, at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash In hand In U. S. gold coin at time of sale. H. A. SMITH., Sheriff of Clatsop County, Oregon. , Dated Astoria, Or., Oct. 19, 1893. EARLiV CliOSlHG. A petition widely circulated among the business men during the past few days, reads as follows: "We, the un dersigned, hereby agree to close our stores at 7 p. in. every evening except Saturdays, from November 1st, 1S93, to April 1st, 1894. It is understood that this agreement shall not bo In force during the holiday season." "The fol lowing are the signers: Charles Heil born & Son, Foard & Stokes, Ross, Hlgglns & Co., Fisher Bros., Howell & Ward, A. V. Allen, A. G. Spexarth, Gramms & Co., E. It. Hawes, Car- pahan & Co., Noo & Sculley, P. A. Stokes, I. L. Osgood, Shanahan Bros., C. H. Cooper. M. C. Crosby, John Huhn S. Sehlussel, J. B. Wyatt, I. Cohen, S. Danzlger, II. Wise. " r: i r: uh tt . - ,ir- ALL OVER THE WORLD g?. iney are caning ior it ana our r-"" ,- y ?J chinments are increasing dailv to - 0 :- other lands. The BORDEN EAGLE BRAND Condensed Milk is the first conden sed milk ever offered to the public. It i:; the leading brand. It has stood the test for 30 years. It has im itations but no equal. Try to remember that! JTrn-iF-r swht' tSLsl-.V''- All r.Pnnanc onI Ttfiitnicfc Coll It fill J1 VVbl J 111 K k UVJ tJlxPLbJ uvu viN The Ilijbast Mail pF Route. It is simply pure milk of the best quality from which a large percentage of water Buy our World-famed DR. GUNN'S IMPROVED LIVER PILLS ONLY ONE FOR A DOSE IS YOUR STOMACH SOUR, Breath bad or Head aclilnitP Ono of llivo. utatreM in tlie .tomach and " oao eaoh nigl.t for aweek BWMtena tlieatoach und Suritlni the breath. The, P'V?""1,80."" regulate the bowels and cure oonstlpatlMj. 1 ne Mtpromptly. yet mildly.never gripe , or iiokcii. .60 Bnlgglata or mall. Boaanko Mod. Co.. Ptila.. ra. For sale by J. W. Conn. Druggiflt. QANAD1AN pAClFIC RAILWAY AMERICA'S Greatest Irons-continental Railway System. . FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN In Palace Drawing Room and Sleep ing Cars. Luxurious Dining Elegant Pay Coaclicv AIso, Observation Cars, allowing an Unbroken View of llic Wonderful Mountain Country. ALSO CANADIAN PACIFIC ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE To China and Japan. "Empress ot India" leaves Vancouver Oct. 10. AUSTRALIAN STEAMER SERVICE Tho "Miowera" leaves Victoria Oet. 10 for Honolulu anil Australian Torts "Fisherman's Choice" AUCTION. ilii M,i.,,lm. W.ivumhnr lllh. nt 10 a. m, I will Hcfl'at Public Auction at tho reHlilonoe of K. C. lloacix-K. zw Fifth, o)iolte Scow nay rouuuiy, im- r. il 1. 1., 1 .1 .r II, 11, anil, il. I Vl 1 l'l 1 1 1 11 VP. (ClIl!iHt- InfC ot 1 eloRunt parlor not, 1 7-foot loriR Kronoh mirror. 1 piece mooa iuiik i, 28 yards; nlHo 1 piece ot body UruBsela vflh a 1 11 MiA pnmnion lirilHHCIH l-ili- ii.it 111 vnnln 1 find ml If llpd-molll 80t, 1 heatliiK gtove. 1 cooK move ana uu-n- rIIh. 3 rocking chairs, 4 hlKh " cimu IS nnmnuin lillr-hnn .llllllH nlrtO table! m.l.iliio iltuli.m fin Til il U'holO tO be mdd without reserve to the WKhest bidder ror cash. M. STUAU Auctioneer, floods will be on exhibition Saturday next ull day. SYPHILIS! A New Remedy A trot Specific poiiiiv and perouuwnt elimination at all poiiwi from the blood, and a mtoration of healthy .1 .: .. I ...il.M.n far t)m nm time in a remedy hn.h lu bwn undergoing the jnoa ievr private uperimenu tor the pact thrre jwn. It ha n. fniled, and it 01 not fail. a it h a True tNHlllvi foe Syphditic pnienn and all blood dUeaeea. lto you b liev tt f Send for fuU pAniouUn and proof free. Slup C. 1 1 . .. 1. .n. -n.1 AllyW Ulimltl. Thti remedy will cure you in to on ! ithout lad. . .i iliAiiiiiiijir. il w Buenuim luir ii rviwMw .'ddrea MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO., Ttf Flnt St POUTLAS I. JV Ciir fur roUta. Fovom und Grwral m tiuiU'. SmM llilu .k'uua. 1t txiiths. Kor tickets, rides and Information, call on or address JAS. P JiLAYSON, Agt. Astoria, Ore. I. O. Knucky, Triivcll. ft Tils. Agt.. Tacoma. Uoo. JleL. Drown, Pit. l'as. Agt. Vancouver, B.C. 0t3-!W AHTOItIA liU, WOKKS, (Joucomlv street, loot Jackson, . Astoria. Ori'um. General Maeliinists & Boiler Makfi" Land ami Marine Kniines, Holler work, Sleam himt and tiiuinery work RSpecnilty. Castings of All Descriptions Mads to Order at Short Notioe. JOl.N KOX IVslilent and Sup- . I U.1V 1 ' 1 . ... l.Au,un , i rw.v " ! '",,u EOCENE. la asni-elnl brand of llurnlntt Oil. which we maiiiifiiotui'o oxnresslv for FAMILY I'SK. IT IS A TEKKKCT ILLUMINATOR. IT IS 111(111 FIKK TEST, IT IS OF UNIFORM QUALITY. We eiiarnntcc U to l.o the hk.ukst imksiiii.k frmdo nf lllumlnatliis oil. STANDARD OIL COMPANY Abcrcromio House MltS. N. RI EEI.E, Pro.'r. The tinest and most convenient Summer House IN SEASIDE. Alls rooraa coin ilelely fnrnislied. Vriva o in for families. Trmslont custom solicited rins reasonable. Soasido.Oreiiu, CETTOH'S I Posh: Cun I row Kl 1. 6.5. In um over SO rears. uYr"'. HblKt toll moniaH. At dniciiiiv nr nmiul .in ..w.... .r M W life lKlM A Umt rlTia U bfl I rropa.. itajuiuore. MO. BRAND COTTON TWINE Following sizes always kejil in stock by our local agents, Elmore, f unborn & Co.: Numbers 24, 28, :)2, 3G, 40, Soft Laid. 15, 18, 24, 3"., 42, 48, 54, Medium Laid. COTTON - ROPE. Our tbread laid and twine laid cork and lead lines guaranteed tbe best ever sold on the Columbia river Wm. J. HOOPER & CO., Manufacturers. Mountain Island Mills, North Carolina. HOW ARE YOD FIXED FOR INSURANCE? FIRE AND MARINE. We are agents for the largest and best companies represented in Astoria. Royal Insurance Co., assets, London Assurance Corp'n iEtua Insurance Co. Western U. S. Branch, New Zealand Insurance Co., Combined Assets, 21,562,376,00 8,630,425.00 10,915,829.00 1,617,195.00 2,677,219.00 $45,403,044.00 Elmore, Sanborn & Co. Still in the Front! FOR SILVER SIDE FISHING CBS MARSHALL'S - TWINE Tho staying powers of Marshall's Twine are superior to those of any other ever used on the Columbia river. IT IS THE CHEAPEST GOOD FISHERMEN USE IT "amerTcan LABOR MAKES IT IT IS THE BEST FOR FALL FISHING FOR SMALL MESH NETS FOR LASTINS QUALITIES 7-riy 30's 9 Ply 30s ON HAND: 10-Ply 30's 8Ply40's la.Piy 50' s 12 Ply 40's 14-Ply 40's PutsYouinCmcago Mall Eastern Points My lours M Of any other line. Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars. Oln. Ing Cars are run daily via the Union Pacific Flyer leaving Port, land at 6:30 p. m. ASTORIA TO SAN FRANCISCO OCEAN STEAMERS SAILING DATES. Columbia, Sunday, Nov. 5. State, Friday, Nov. 10. Columbia, Wednesday, Nov. 15. State. Monday, Nov. 20. Columbia, Saturday, Nov. 25. State, Thursday, Nov. 30. ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMERU Steamer n. Ii. Thompson leaves As dullv exeeDt Sunday. via Washington side of the river; re turning, leaves fonianu hi o v. m., daily, except Saturday. The Thomp son makes landings on both sides of the river above Waterford, on both up and down trips. For rates and general information call on or address, W. H. IIURI.BURT, G. W. UTUNSBEKRY. A. Gon. Pas. Agt. Acrnut. Portland, Or. Astoria. Or. 1053TKSL3E9 Is the Hue to take to all points EASTandSOUTH It is the DINING CAR ROUTE It oilers the lfst service, conig hilling SPEED and COMFOttT It Is the popular route with tlu!-e who wish to travel on THE SAFLST It Is therefore the roulo you should take. It runs through vesliuuled trains every day in the year to st. paul Aim Chicago No Change of Cars, Elegant Pullman Sleepers, Superior Tourist Sleepers, Splemliil Free Second-class Sleeper?, .Only one ohaiiKe of cars Portland to New York Through Tickets To Any Tart of tne civilized world. rassengcr ticketed via. all bouts rnnnin, between Amoria, Kalama and Por.'land. Full Information concerning rates, time of trains, routt anl other delalls furnished on ain'hesttonj'.o C. W. STONE. . Agent AslorlB. Bteainer Telephone lock. A. D. CHARLTON, Assistant General Passenger Agent, No. 131 First Bt..cor. Washington, Portland. Oregon I. XT.. ty 1ST. 00.,a Mcaroer aljwaco Leaves Astoria daily :U 7:30 a. m. for Ilwaco. cjilling at Tansy I'oint.atKl ronnecthc with railroad runniHg north at 10 a. m. and with ' boats on shoalwaier Kay fr 8onth Bend, (lanhlne, Nrlh Core And other points through to tirT' Hatr kr. Kctimilrg couneris at Hwaco with s'eamers for Asmnaand Mght Beats fr Portland. JOHN K. UOriTER. L. A. LOOMTS, Secretary. President, B, V. ti.BKKf. Supeilntendect.