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THE DAILY AST0R1AN, ASTORIA, SUN DA. V- MORNING,' JANUARY- 7, 1894.
ABOUT THE CITY. Tlio BtearriHhlp State of California ar rived in yentcrday from San Francisco ar.a scr.ooncr T. s: Jowott. from San mm rim;; The British ship Aigburth, 1C1S toiiH, vlU come here from San Fronclxcu i load wheat. The British bark Lnrton la aming the list or ve32lrt en route here. She comes from Iqulqui. The British Bhlp Annesley, 15Dl' tons Is among the vessels coming here fiom 'Fan Franclaeo. Ihe British ship Hawkesdale, 1723 tons, from Antwerp, la now out 158 days und is fully due here. Word was received from Oak Point yesterdny that 'onrteen inches of siu.w had fallen at that pi ice. The British chip Merioneth, 87 days out from Rio Janeiro, will call at PlBagua. on her way to this port. Services at Grace church t-'day at 1' u. ni. and i p. m. No Sunday school Holy Innocents' service at 7 p. m. The city, through the wat;r commis sion, luis brought suit against 11. It, Million ai.l children fur condemnation of right of way for wator pipe. Applications will be accepted up to the hour of closing business on Monday January 21, for the examination for car riers and clerks In the postal department. The British ship Earl of Dalhousle, which the Portland Shipping Guide states is In San Francisco and listed for this port, was in Plymouth November 4th. Two beautiful pr-ntagrnphH of tin- Vlg i:nnt and Valky.le vce ivci oil ia ierdiy from N'c-w YoiU by orilfin A Heed. Th-i work n that of the Vig ilant especially Is of a very delicate dls-crlptlou. PERSON L MENTION". F, IUxton. of Portland, Is In tin city Sandbertf, ol Tort Stevens, ia in y. ir. WeH-.-r, ef Krnprl'-'!i. is jniinhig 1" I"--- city, jir. W. J. Cobb, U. S. M. II. S., wa . 1 - H.l,,nla In . , ...... ( 1 alTlOng UIJ UOi.nio ill wn J iroici uaj. Commissioner Fobs,- of Wahklukuc county, registered at the Occident yen terday. Min. Phil. J. Stout, or Portland, was nnn'iiff the guests at the Occident yes terday. Judgo Tage, of Tortlnnd, brother of Co'lector Page, arnveu in tnis city yesterday. Miss Elsie Parker, daughter of Capt then Parker, has returned from a hap py and pleasant business trip to Port land and other points. All the finest brands, Including Bel mont. I'lor cie juucuiu, jiuiun iviruica, . . - ,,..1 nM cr.M at W "P 1. ., endg'a Columbia Cigar Store. tiip Cltv Chop House and Restaurant at 410 Second street Is open day and night. Everything first-class. Nothing but white labor. John Uragolich, Pro r, Anvthlng in the line of cents' furn- Milinr goods, in me newest styles, can be had from P. A. Stokes & Co. during the present month, at prices never be 'ore equalled. A Capl An S0 W or $2. Groceries cheap for cash at Howell & Ward's. The Belmont cigar can be had at Chna. Olsen's. All groceries sold at bottom prices for cash at Howell & Ward's. Meany is the leading tailor and pays the highest cash price for fur skins. Flashlight photos of the maskers; al so printing on silk and satin, now on exhibition at Crow's gallery. There will be services at. the Con gregational church this morning ai.d evenlr.sf. Coniin.inii n of tiie Lo,dV Supper in the morning. Rev. P. Hetzler, District Superintendent A. B. S., will preach in the evening. Tin. Sunday school me?ts at VI m and U.e Christian Endeavor at 0:30 p. m. The friends of Col. James Taylor will be pleased to learn that l.e has entlie'. recovered from his recent :llness, anJ Is now more rugged than he has been for yiars, The Oakland, Cal., climate seems to agree with htm very much, and for the past few days he has re tired nightly about 10 and slept soundly until mornlti?. For S3, a lot is delivered every week to tho buyer tn Hill's First addition. Hill's First addition is located in the centre of the city. Lots are now selling In It for fi. There Is no risk taken by Joining Hill's lot clubs. Everybody gets the full value of tlielr money. Ladles' writing desks, rocking calie, and dining chairs, suitable for Christ mas presents, at G. V. Porter's, Second street. Handsome crayon por'ralu with $25 purchases. Rev, B. D. Sinclair, of Seattle, will t (induct the services and preach morn ing anl evening lr. the Presbyterian church today. The subject of the morn ing sermon will be: "The Salt of the Earth;" in the evening, "The Rich Fool." The Christian Endeavor Society pientlng at C:30. All young people wel enmed. and cordially Invited. Portions of the big log raft which re cently broke up after being towed ti eea from Marshfleld, are encountered by every steamer running on the coast between this port and San Francisco. Hon. F. J. Taylor, who ai rived on the State cf California yesterday, ftates that the plies can be seen singly and in group? over a large expanse of water. Lovers of a good cigar cap always find mild, fresh. Belmants at Chas. 01- epn'B Chjnawrtre, in the latest designs, ot E. it. Hawqs'. Prices never before equaled in this city. I Mrs. P.oas, at Miss McRac's mllllncij store, will for the next days make ladles' stylish sult3 for from 4 to J7. Sippdman's Soothing Powders relieve feverishness and prevent fits and con vulsion? ilnrtr.g the. teething period. A Clatsop county man, F, Housman, of Seaside, has been Biiocesxful in i suit instituted about thirty years ago In Florida, and falls into possession ot a piece 'of land in that -tote eatl rmted to be worth- about $DO,0uO. Mr. Hous man, who left last evening for the south, Etates he will rtfa to thlt par p$ tut. vvwntry In the cour ;f -wo o: hree months.' Wagner & Co. have a new line of souvenir spoons. Watch, clock and Jew elry repairing a specialty. Opposite the J Syrian oflicit -K. A. Taylor is at the office of the Asi.irii P.v-itl EJtnte Exchange lead xl deliver up the deeds of tho Gunran Company. All persons having proper' up for the old subsidy ar requested to call and get their dee3s at tnce. All the patent medicines advertised in this papar. together with the choic est perfumery, and toilet arttcies, etc.. ran be bousUt at the lowest prices at J., y,'. Conn'.s i'ug store, opposite Oc cident Hotel. Ai turla. Ton't go to Portland to buy your tickets for the "Old Country' and the East when you can get themf"ri"' same price at the Union Pacific office In this city, and thereby save your lo cal fare to Portland. THE RESCUE CLUB. t ai Program at the Meeting Lasi Kvi'ijipr. 4 Tlie usual weekly meeting of tin Rescue Club was neut last ccnnig i id .i splendid program was rendered in presence oi a. large uuuicm-e, utspue ti e Inclemency of the weather. Pres Ulcnl Estes occupied the chair, ant :l!ss Frankie Holdcn ofliclated at the l:lll(i. The program opened with the red atlon of "Merry. Christmas," by Hazel Bstes, who acquitted herself with credit The Astoria Mandolin Club, composed of Messrs. Slater, . Busey, Lebernian, Swope, Bain, Bonevle, and Mackey, next rendered a selection, which was well received. Miss Lulu Estcs then sang "Birdie'F Burial," a charming little song, In i pler.slng manner, and was rewarded wilh an encore. She responded wltl "The Broom and the Rod," which was also well rendered. The solo "The Sailor," by W. B. Bain was warmly encored, and Mr. Bain re sponded wltl "Nancy Lee." A piano duet by the Misses Hansen and Mamie Smith was highly appre ciated, and the "Arkansaw Traveler," by the Mandolin Club received a heart, encor?. The reading of "Fanner Stebblns' Opinion of City Visitors," by Mr. C. It. Biggins, amused the audi ence vastly, and Mr. Higglns was recalled. He responded with a humor ous recitation, which proved mirth- pro voking. The eighth number was an instrumen tal solo by Miss Genie Lewis, a young lady who Invariably pleases her hear ers. She was warmly applauded. The evening's entertainment was then brought to a dose with a song, well rendered, by Miss Gronnell. The commit'.ee on program for next week is composed of the following; Mrs. Carrie Krager. Mis. W, W, Parker, and A. Leberman. ON'E MEANS OF GETTING RICH A Splen.ii.i Opp0,.,utljty Afforded In This City nt present. In estimating the financial condition j. cjnu::u:-.iy, cr.2 c! tho saXc-st ways, !- h; be:., o , j.,m,2I. Diablo ail twtlcs Hti t the amount of. business oansuctcd In the retail stores, especial ly that which is um on n phmIi basis. Admitting this proposition to be estab lished.and allowing for the present quiet ness ot trade, which is due in this city more to the exaggerated newspaper re ports than to any other cause, business Is certainly as good In some lines as was the case durlne the corresponding time last year, in order to demonstrate the correctness of this view, a reporter "f the Astorlan called at the store of C. H. Cooper yesterday and interviewed me proprietor. XTl . """ grounus are there, in youi opinion, Mr. Cooper, for the statement! that there Is poverty in Astoria?" askeo the reporter. "It Is absurd to make such an asser tion, he replied. "I think that al though the salmon pack was smaller last season than in 1892, those depend ing for a livelihood on the fishing io uustry made as much money, if not more, than they did in the year pre vious. and I do not hear or any com plaints. Business during the past week has been better than during the first week of last year. Our special redm tion sale has had something to do with this, of course, hut if iho money' i f( rthcomlng for the purchase of goods, no better evidence Is needed that the people are not suffering. ,Tn all mj business" experience," Mr. Cooper con cluded, "I have invariably found ihat If people have a chance of securing t genuine bargain they will embrace tlst opportunity if they have the money to spare and if not, no inducements are suflicient." This reasoning seemed good, and ir support of Its correctness, half a -Jozen clerks could be seen busily engaged in attending to customers who gladly availed themselves of th9 -nance of saving money by purchasing the spien- lid bargains offered in all the depart ments of the store. Our Second Week! 9 O Don't Miss It C. It. F. P. U. NOTICE. ,V special meeting of the Columbia rtlver Fishermen's 1'rote-tive Union w it be held at their reading rooms Friday, January 12, 1834, at 7:30 p. m. sharp. Business of importance to be tiansuetea Members In good standing are re'iuesleo to be present and have their book oi i-er-eipt along. SOFUS JENSEN, Sec. IN TORMENT. The Coffee House, 622 Third street; best place for chops and steaks: oys ters by the quart; received dally and always fresh. The dining room at the Astor house has again been opened. Only the best ol white labor Is employed. Give the fa vorite a chance, THE WIRES DOWN. A break occurred in the Western t"i Ion telegraph line between Oak Point and Portland yesterday, and could not be repaired before night set n. In consequence, the Astorlan is compelled to appear this morning with but a por tion of Its afternoon report. EXTENDED SYMPATHY. JEFF'S, The Only tjestaurant "Do unto othera na von won'.-l have oilers qo unto vou." is oymnatnetlcauy shown in th,e following lines, the pre sumption being that Byrqpathy la born, or akin to pain or sorrow; 1 Til ' .1 -r umucurai. 4 ICHSV KVnt JVTUUBU B Headache Cntisnlna na follows: Two boxes to Flora Seav. llavanna. N. Dak. Two boxes to LUUo WUcQx, Urookland, N. Dak. I have always been a great sufferer from headache and your Cap sules ere the only thing that relieves me. Yours verv trulv. FLORA SEAY. Havana. N. 1-tak. For sale by Chas. Rogers, XMorla Or., Sole A&eiit. A SURE CURE FOR PILES. Itching nieg n,a known by moisture like peisnlraiioa. causing Intense itching when warm. This form, as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protruding, yield at once to nr. Hosanko s rile Hemedy, which acts directly on the parts affected, abRorbs lumors, allays itching and effects a permanent cure. Uoc.. Druggist or mail. Circulars free. Dr. Bosanko, S'J Aeh rrao 1 hlladelPhla, f. wiJ Vy J. W. NOTICE. The 13th series of stock In the As toria Building & Loai, Association will be opened JnMtiary Ut. WM. Those wishing to subscribe for same will pieas call at the office of the secretary ill Genevieve street,. V, L. ROBB, Secretary. Surely if there are unhappy sufferers on earth upon whom tho angels look down in pity it is the people ngonlzeC with rheumatism. They are in tormen the year round with little or no res plte. Now, there Is no evidence U which publicity has been given in be half or Hostetter's Stomach Bitters more concurrent and convincing than wit in behalf of its ellleacy In incipient rheumatism. And since rheumatlsn and rheumatic and simple gout are among the most obstinate complaints to which this admirable remedy It adapted, and since they have all a fatal tendency to uttack the vital organs. the advisability of an early use of the Bitters, when they manifest themselves must be apparent! Efficacious, too, lr nalar al diseases, kidney ana bladder Inactivity, constipation, dyspepsin, liver complaint and nwvous ailments. NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA, Senator James F. Pierce, of New York, writes: "For the past two years I have Biif fered from an an aggravated form of nervous dyspepsia. 1 have resort od t various remedial agents, deriving but little benefit! A few mopts Bince r friend of mine suggested the trial of Allcock's Porous Piasters. Following the suggestion, I have been using the stnie with the happiest results. To those similarly affected, let me suggest the manner of their use. I pbice one over my stomach, one over the hepatic region, anil one on my hack. The ef fect I? excellent, From the day I com menced their Wt have been slowly hut surely improving, and am quite confi dent that by continuing I shall again be restored to my accustomed health." GREATER BARGAINS Than Ever Will Be Shown Daring This Meek. As We Are flaking Enormous Reductions On All Our Goods, It Is POSITIVELY NECESSARY That All Sales Must Be For SPOT CASH. No Goods Charged At SALE PRICES. G. H. COOPER'S GREAT : fllDWINTER : SALE LEnfiEtK TKl DHY GOODS AtfD CUOTHING- THUD ST., ASTORIA. WHAT AMERICA Does not Revere The Name of JAS. G. BLAINE? s5SEssHPatriot--Author--StatesmanAmericangg HAY! HAY!! HAY!!! I will, for thirty days, Ml choice hay at t&M per ton. Call on ltoss lllgglns rfe Co., for sample. D. K. WARREN. SUMMONS. In the circuit court of the stale of Ore gon for Clatsop county. Harry W. Bell, plaintiff, vs. Kate Thom son Bell, defendant: To Kate Thomson Hell, defendant: In 'he nanv? of the state of Oregon vnn nro hor.'bv reouired to appear und answer the complaint filed against you In the above entitled couri on oi wio t tho regular term thereof, to-wlt: tcb ruary 19th, 1X94. And you are hereby notified that If you fall so to appear, " ... ulnlnliff will anply to tho court for the relief demanded in hln complaint, towit: for a decree di ,olvlng the bonds of mat rimoiiy now existing between you and the planum. This summons is published pursuant to an order of the Hon. T. A. X cl ride judge of the above entitled court, dated January &t. ,,1 Attorney for J'taintlff. UNION BIBLR MtJKTING . A union meeting in the Interests of tha Bible Society will ie r.em At V). Churcn in ima o - thin afternoon. Dr. o'clock Hushone. Itev. is. U Social and C. lletrler will .d- livery uouj --M Secretary. oreside. tl.18 jervicc. 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