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TF1C DAILY ASTORIA.V, ASTORIA, FRIDAY .MORNING. MAY 18, ISM.
Tide Table for May HIGH WATER. U)W WATER. K. M. lii.m.l ft. II h.m.lft. Ilh.m.l ft, 1 1 jiii ft7 1 1H '0 7 s at 1 1 8 lit 1 4 8 ll it I 2 2 1 ft 0 it! o 01 -0 ft -0 K -0 8 4 12 A 00 5 40 6 1H It M 7 2K -0 7 -0 4 -II 1 8 Oil 8 42 It' Oil 10 IA 0 7i 1 0 it 7i 11 22 13 37 1 ift 2 2i 3 t 4 II 8 3, t 8 1 7 0 w YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Maximum temperature, 60 degrees; minimum temperature, 42 degrees; pre cipitation, none. Total precipitation from July 1, 1883, to date, 94.52 inches; excess of precipi tation from July 1, 1898, to date, 27.31 Inches. THE WEATHER TOD AT. Portland. May 17. For Oregon nnd Washington: Fair weather. AROUND TOWN. There will be a spelling match at the MethodlBt church this evening. Every body Invited. . Some people say that society Is a bore, but they like to have the privilege of -being bored Just the same. An Irate housekeeper wanted her pro vision man to bounce his butcher fur selling her what she railed an India rubber stenk. The most noticeable difference be tween a rich wonvin and poor one is that the rich one wears "gowns" and the other "dresses." A pretty New York girl had her pho tograph stolen for exhibition In a shop wlnlow. They are not such curiosities as tl.at In Astoria. Preparations are being made to re pair the Smith's Point motor line, so as to have it lm order for carrying pas sengers on Decoration Day. Crow's Gallery is here to stay, and will continue to turn r,ut flrst-clcas work. Swiss panels $2.50 per dozen. Something new and stylish. A hen in Clutsop county has laid an egg with another egg Inside of It. Tills Is taken as somehow portending that Jim Hare will soon have another office. A traveling photographer hus unpack ed his box and spread his tent on Com merce Btreet, and will make his bid for patrician or pleblun trade at one and the same price. A strawberry short-cake festival In the Interest of one of our church choirs Is tallied of. This would Join musical culture and culinary art In bonds of everlasting union. It was not Babooek extinguishers at all that the council ordered for the fire department, as Btated In the city pu llers. It was chemicals to use In the ex tinguishers which the city already has. The Jewelem Bay when a young lady wishes to see a ring like the one she has on, It Is wasting time to wait on her. She has Just received an engagement ling, and she wants to know how much It cost. The Portland authorities have shut down on the 25 rents for a nickel Blot machine, "claiming It Is a public ganie of chance." The proprietor contend? that It iBn't a game of chance, becauxe the pluyers had no chiiuce. The I va mm the Coxeyltes did not come to Astoria was because they heard that some of the hands that helpwl our fish ermen worked 24 hours a day. Their Informant never told them that It was the hands of the alarm clocks. It Is better to tell a man occasionally that his good deeds have lven appre ciated than it Is to lock tip the appre ciation lit an alabaster box, and not open It until he Is dead, and then enum erate his virtues on a tombstone. "Divorce" whs produced for the lirst time by the Stutta Theatre Company, nnd proved one of the finest pieces they have yet given hh Mr. and Mrs. Stud, ns Mr. and Mrs. Orantley, were, an usual, elegant. The comedy in the plow Is also very catchy. The first, number called was not resitondrd to. The sec ond was held by a gentleman, who re ceived the lady's dress pattern. The same piece v.lll bo repeated tonight, and anolher dross pattern given. PERSONAL. L. A. l.oomls, from Weather Beach was over from llwaco yesterday. Mr. Samuel Elmore and family are ex pected to arrive In Astoria thin morn ing. J. Smiley, manager of the North Shore and Eureka cannery, was down yester day. John Harrington, owner of the Pillar Rock cannery. Is In the city, and so Is the mcrry-go-round. W, H. Hare, ex-receiver of the United State land office at North Yakima, Is In the city, visiting his brother. Post master Hare. Hon. C. 'K. Wolvertun. candidate for supreme Judge on the Republican tick et we In the city yesterday shaking hands with his many admirers. The Judge la a pleasant gentleman, and Is , making a very successful canva. There Is no doubt of his election. WANTED. House cleaning, curpet shuklng nnd any work of (hit kind, by a while man. who will work chenp as a Chlnsmin thrive order at I Com, llluglns & Co.'s. 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In one of the stores yesterday a clerk was busy filling a large order to go over to llwaco,' and the bright skies were rivaled by the sunshine In his face as he snoke of his large sale. Moral The proprietor ,of this store advertises. TOTE- FA IK. A little girl was complaining yester day "that her school teacher wruld not allow the girls to chew gum, but she could keep her Jaws In motion all the time and her mouth "full of It. , It Is not fair," continued she. Do you think so?" Do you? WHERE IS HE? Recorder Dunbar received a letter from Fannie Pence, of Plqua, Ohio, ask ing for the whereabouts of her relative, Oarret Clauasern who Is supposed to be In Clatsop county, or somewhere on this coast. Can any one give her the desired information? A NEW RESORT. A plat was filed yesterday with the county recorder by R. S. Norrls of Nor-rlston-rark-by-the-Sea. The lots are for sale to those who may wish to erect cottages by the sea. It Is situated near the point south of Tillamook Head, and Is sold to have an elegant beach. . A LARGE SALMON PACK. State Fish Commissioner Crawford has Just given out his annual report for publication. It shows among other things thaf In the Puget Sound district the salmon pack Is three times greater than that of 1892, the total salmon pack being 105,000 cases, valued at 2C9,000 1,008,000 salmon being used. Tacoma Ledger. TOO MUCH VEAL. Our local- butchers are complaining that the furm?rs are bringing In too much veal dressed at one time, and that It would be better for them to engage Its sale before sending It to the Astoria markets. Heretofore a farmer would find ready sale for his calves without notifying the meat dealers that they In tended butchering, but. times are too quiet and trade too dull now to take all that now comes In. A BIG RALLY. Salem Is putting on Its best bib und tuoker for the grand Republican rally which takes place In that city tomor row. Brass bands, torch-light proces sions and vocal music ore promised In abundance. "All the candidates will lie there, and the Democratic papers men tion Charles W. Fulton's name among the speakers in big, bold, black type, like an eastern paper does 'Edwin Booth's among a lot of prominent ac tors. RECEPTION DAY. The teachers of Court street school, also the high school, will give on Thurs day, June 14, a reception to all patrons of the Bcliool. It Is a new feature In school work In thla city, and promises to be a most unique occasion, and one In which all patrons will be Interested. We shall try to get full particulars later, but now it Is surfloicnt to suy that It will be an esteil ant. In school work Bhould be pres- A NEW INVENTION. A nun dime through this vicinity the other duy selling a "canned force gen erator" and he had a good one. On asking him whether It was In liquid or solid form, he replied that It was In the form of vapor. He carried It in a pecu liarly constructed five-gallon can. and claimed Its Ingredients were as follow: EHsvce of dug light, the condensed fury of an angry mother-in-law nnd a con ception of profanity from disgruntled politicians who continually seek ofilce, but never reiillze their annotation. Any one In this vicinity wishing a cheap power for running sawmills, newspaper presses or river craft con easily contract for the exclusive agency for It In till states of Washington and Oregon. FUNERAL NOTICE. The funeral of the late R. W. Morri son will take place today, at 3 o'clock, at Clatsop. Members of the Pioneer and Historical Society of Oregon, and the friends of the family are invited to at tend. A boat will leave Fishers' dock at l o'clock p. m. today sharp. S. B. SMITH, Ireldent P. & II. Society. LADIES. ATTENTION! Carpets 'beaten and replaced with thr greatest dlfpatch by C. Axten. Leave ord'rs at Porter's Furniture .Store, No. 617 Second street. . TO CANNERS AND SEINERS. Just received from the Wlllapa Har bor manufactory, a fresh supply of HemliK-k Tannin Extract for tanning gill nets, Beluv, etc. W. a ADAIR, Agent. 4S4 Third Street. STATE TREASURER'S TICK. NINTH NO- State of Oregon, Treasury Department Salem, May 9, 1S94. Notice is hereby given that there are funds on hand with which to redeem all outstanding state warrants (with the exception of those drawn upon the mili tary fund). Indorsed, "Prevented and not paid for want of funds." prior to, and Including, the above date, and thi' all such warrants, properly Indorsed, will be paid upon presentation at thl ofttct Interest thereon ceasing from, and after, the date of this notice. PHIL METSCHAN. . 7. State Treasurer, ' HIS LAST MOMENTS. Unless something unexpected ' hap pens, John Hansen will have seen his last day dawn this morning. Sheriff Smith has everything In readiness to carry out the mandate of the law, and at high noon today John Hansen will pay the penalty of his crime by hanging In the court house yard in this city un Ul he Is pronounced dead by the attend ing surgeons. The scoff old was completed early yes terday morning. It is built on the north side of' the Jail, and is the same one used for the hanging of John Relter last fall. It has a six-foot drop, and the trap is sprung by pressing a button connected with an electrical appliance adjusted with weights. Sheriff Smith has had many applica tions for admission, but It Is understood that they will be limited to his deputies, surgeons and representatives of Hie press. An $80 lot for $2. Fresh fish and poultry at Welcome's Market, next to Foard & Stokes. Mr. John Fox Is the nominee for Stale Senator on the Republican ticket. Meany la the leading tailor and pays the highest cuBh price for fur skins. ' For $2, a lot 1b delivered every week to the buyer In Hill's First addition. Jatianese novelties and fancy dry good, can be had at half price, at the store of Wing Lee, next to Olsen's cigar store. T"M'-'n" i. h'es 'ti.d fe 1 h .!.! '.ten need St-e-c-diriiin's toothing Powders. Try them. Hill's First addition Is located In the centre of the city. Lots are now selling In It for 12. Call at R. T. Humphrey's, 372 Third street, for Fish, poultry, and nil kinds of game In Beason. Any one wishing to rent a hoiiBe should read Rudolph ISarth's ad vertisements In the Fur Rent column. Only a few more days iefo to secure a fine, $10, Crayon Portrait by ordering one dozen cabinets, at Crow's Gallery. H. Ekstrom hns fixed his prices for Jewelry to suit the times, and the latest novelties can bo secured at the cost of material used in the manufacture. For a delicious plate of pure Ice rream, go to C. B. Smith, the Ice Cream Dealer. Ice Cream Soda a specialty. Pri vate parlors for ladles. 4S3 Third street. Don't go to Portland to buy your tickets for the "Old Country" and the Enst when you can get them for the mine price at the Union Pacific ofilce In this city, and thereby save your lo cal fare to Portland. BOARD AND LODGING. FIRST CLASS BOARD With or without rooms, at reasonable rates. Ap ply at E. C. Holden's, corner Main and Jefferson. LOST. LOST A double-ended skiff, from near Kinney's cannery, named Sarah Bell. Finder leaving skiff at Fisher Bros.' will receive reward. WANTED. WANTED A girl to do general housa work In the country. Apply at No. 127 Auger avenue. SITUATION WANTED A capable woman wants work; is a good laun dress; will wash at home or go out by the day; understands housecleanlng. Ap ply at 279 Third street. AGENTS Makes J5.00 a day. Great est kitchen utensil ever invented, lie lulls 25cts. 2 to ti sold In every house, Sump e, postage paid, five cents. For shee & McMukln, Cincinnati!, O. WANTED SALESMEN J75 per week selling electric light outfits for houses, stores nnd shops. Motors for running machinery and other popular patented articles, outfits complete when shipped. Best people buy; ermanent situations; nn experience. W. P. Harrison & Co., Clerk No. 14, Columbus, Ohio. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Six room house fur nished or unfurnished, wnter, bath, etc., Uppertown, In Adair's, Ogned avenue or Third street. Inquire at this olllue or at Mrs. A. Feakes.' FOR RENT A dwelling house on West Sixth street. Inquire of Rudolph Barth, on premises. FOR SALE. FOR SALE CilBAI'-UOO bushels of good tlr charcoal. For particulars ad dress J. 1. MoFnrlur.e, Kn ippa, Oregon. CHANCE FOR ALL Men of email means can buy real estate In 11 ill's first addition. LOTS FOR $3. Call at the Astoria Real Estate Exchange and get a lot In Hill's First Addition for Ji JAPANESE CURIOSITIES Wing Lee has Just received a full line ot Jiipnueso curiosities and fancy goods. Will sell at cost. 529 Third street. SOCIETY MEETINGS. PILOT COMMISSIONERs-Tho reg ular meetings of this board will be held on tli-5 first Monday of each month at 10 a. m., at the ofilce of liobb & Par ker. W. L.tobb, Sec. NOTICE T"ie regular meetings of the Astoria Building and Loan Associa tion are held at It p. m. on the first Wednesday of each month. Olllce on Genevieve street, south of Chenamus. W. L. ROBB, Secretary. WtCAN ENCAMPMENT No. 13, 1. O. O. F. Regular meetings of Ocean En campment N 13, In the Odd FflloweiJ Uuildlug. at 7 p. in., on the second aiiUq fourth Mondays of each month. So journing brethren cordially iuMed. By order . CP. COMMON COUNCIL Regular meet ings first and third Tuesday evenings of each month at S o'clock In city hall, persons desiring to have matters acted upon by the council at any regular meeting must present the same to the auditor and clerk on or before the Fri- which the council hold Ita renilar 1 me fHlDI IUSJ 1 Auditor and Toll Judge.. For'State Senator- JOHN FOX, Republican Ticket. For Sheriff P. O'HARA, Regular People's Party Candidate. In a Stew J ur wife will surely be, unless you set I home a piece of meat that Is TVnder and Sweet 1 mg experience has made us expert Jtu fes of meat, and we will give yon po. ita on how to pick out a good piece. WASHINGTON MEAT flARKET, CHKISTENSEN & CO., Prop'rs, AT MEAL TIMES . Do you ever consider the quality of the bread and pastry you are . eating? It may be good. It might be tetter. The best Is the cheapest and you will always find it at CLEVELAND'S Mam Street Bakery. 44 BREAKING IN," Manv a man hus "broken out In a passion, and felt all "broken up." try ing to get a new pair of shoes "broken in." He has had to "break off" many an engagemei t on account of crippled feet, and has gone "broke" many a time trying to get relief for his corni the direct cause of ill-fitting shoes. You will find all this obviated by pur chasing your footwear at the store ot JOHN HAHN & CO. A POINTER Many people believe that all black smithing Jobs are alike that they are nothing but muscle and material mixed That Is true of- ordinary Jobs. Brains are also used to make a good Job. So Is conscience. A Job made without skill or honesty Ib no good. Our work Is widely known for Its quality, durability nnd economy In the end. Q. A. Stlnson & Co. VICTOR SANDERSON, Pile Driving and Dock Building. All work guaranteed. Address, 945 Cedar street, or on the Driver at the Union Pacific, Dock. 8. W. SHERjVIAR Cabs and Express Wagons. Central Office, 515 Third Street. Stable, 128 First Street. Telephone No. ARKIVF.D AT LAST, IJIHECT FHOM THIS BAST WALL PAPER, In the Latest Styles. Call and see our new designs, at the In diana Paint Shop. C, M. CUTBIRTH, Lafayette Street, op. Custom House. I. W. CASE, Insurance Agent, representing: The Followlnu Companies t Gennan-Ameritfln, New York City. N. Y. ' Union Fire and Murine, of New Zealand. National Fire and Marine Ins. Co.. of Hartford. Connecticut Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford. Home Mutual Ins. Co., San Francisco. New York Plate Class Ins. Co. Photnli , of London , I m perlal , of London (i Disfigured For Life" Is the despairing cry of thousands afflicted with Unsightly skin diseases. Do you realize what this disfigura. tion means to sensitive souls It means isolation, seclusion. It is a bar to social ana business success. Do you wonder that despair seizes upon these sunerers when Doctors fail, Standard remedies fail, And nostrums prove worse than use less? Skin diseases are most obstinate to cure or even relieve. It is an easy matter to claim to cure them, but quite another thing to do so. CUTICURA REMEDIES Have earned the right to be called Skin Specifics, Because for years they have met with most remarkable success. There are cases that they cannot cure, but they are few indeed. It is no "long-drawn-out, expensive experiment. 2?c. invested in a cake of CUTICURA SOAP - Will prove more convincing than a pas;e of advertisement. In short CUTICURA works wonders, And its cures are simply marvellous. ...8oU.,h,,0l,mt..u wo,W-. J". Crntnu, 1 . ' RMtHh -All IbaHrd freer- ttouiibr.'tin, ekmtp, aed Uir PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H, A. SMITH DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building, over C. H. Cooper's store. , W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S DENTAL PARLORS. Mansell Block, 573 Third Btreet. J. E. LaFORCE, D. V. B. HAS DENTAL PARLORS. In the Flavel building, opposite Occident FULTON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 3, 4, B, and 6, Odd Fellows' Building, Astoria, Oregon W. M. LAFORCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Rooms E, 6 and 7, Flavel a Brick Building. SII.AS B. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Flavel'8 bilek building. FRANK J. TAYLC-2. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Astoria, Oregon. J. Q. A. BOWLBY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT liXV. Office on Second Street, Astoria,. Or. LIBERTY P. MULLINIX, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, 5S4Vj Third St., Astoria, Ore. DR. O. B. ESTE8, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Special attentipn to diseases of wom en and surgery. Office over Danzlger'S store, Astoria. JAY TUTTLE, M. D. PHYSICIAN. SURGEON, AND ACCOUCHEUR. Office, Rooms 5 and 6, Pythian Building. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to 5. Residence, C39, Cedar street." DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY, OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE. May be found In his office until 10 o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until 2 p. m., and from S until 7:30 evenings. BUSINESS CARDS. F. WICKMAN, CONTRACTOR. House' moving and street planking. Screws and blocks for rent. Call on or address 2037 Pine street. A. GIBBONS, ADJUSTER OF ACCOUNTS and PROFESSIONAL BOOKKEEPER Office, with General Messenger Co., 615 Squemoque street. J. II. MANSELL. ' REAL ESTaTE BROKER. Notary Public. Fire and accident In surance. W. W. PARKER, REAL ESTATE AND INSUR ANCE AGENT. . Office, 112 Benton street, Astoria, Or. MISCELLANEOUS. HOTEL. Remember McGuire's Ho tel at Seaside Is open the year around. CALL ON P. BAKER, 478 Third St., and have your clothes dyed and cleaned. SEWING MACHINES And general repairing, lock-fitting, etc C. A. May, 132 Main street. , GEO. McLEAN, corner Olney and As tor streets, dues a general business in blacksndthing and repairing. WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on Handley & Haas, 150 First street, and get the Dally Astorian. Visitors need not miss their morning paper while there; YOUR FRIENDS IN EUROPE.-If you have friends In Europe whose pas sage you wish to prepay to Astoria, call at the Northern Pacific office, Bteamer Telephone dock, and make known your wants. Reduced fare via all the leading steamship lines. ARE YOU GOING EAST? Patron ize the Northern Pacific railroad if you are Going East. Low rates of fare, through tickets, baggage check ed to destination. All purchasers of second-class tickets can stop over at Portland. Rates of fare same as from Portland. How Are You 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 .Etna Insurance Co. Western U. S. Branch, ' New Zealand Insurance Co., Combined Assets. BEVERAGES. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS-Call at August Danielson's Sample Booms. ONLY THE PUREST Wines and liquors are sold at Alex Cumpbell's Gem. A DELICIOUS DRINK. There Is no placo In Astoria where John Kopp's famous beer is kept In such good con dition as at 'Utzlnger's popular resort. WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zln fandel wine instead of coffee or tea. Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget peach and apricot brandy. Also French Cognac, and wine at Alex Gilbert's. Friedman's Consignee Sale Has revolutionized Astoria. It has changed the prices of clothing that the people begin to purchase at home and don't go to Portland for them as before. The merchants are now afraid that If a railroad should come to town It would bring more people here, and among them there Ib liable to come men that will engage In the clothing, Jiats and dry goods business. Therefore It puts them to the necessity of getting another ordinance through so as to prohibit any railroad company from bringing any persons here that will sell clothing, dry goods, and hats, and they will ask the council to enact an ordinance to pro hibit cars coming here with goods such as they sell, and all railroad cars that may" hereafter bring here new goods shall pay a license to the city of $400 for each car load, and $400 for each pas senger who Intends locating in Astoria and engaging In the clothing or dry goods trade. And be It further enacted, thnt the city of Astoria be fenced in against all Intruders, Buch that would dare come here and bring a nice stock of clothing or dry goods, and offer the same for sale' here for less than the old mer chants who have kept their old stocks on their shelves for years nnd have hid the trouble of dusting and brushing them so long, and they will pray to have the ordinance passed In one night and become a law Immediately after its passage. The only one excepted from the pen alty of the r.b:jic -s Friedman, of the Consignee San., ... titio Third Street, cor ner of West Ninth streeU Astoria, Or egon. Buy your Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing Goods there. I. R, & N. CO.'s Steamer llwaco. Leaves Astoria daily at 7:30 o'clock, for llwaco, and con necting with railroad running north at 10 a. ni., and with boats on Shoalwater bay for SOUTH BEND, SUNSHINE, NORTH COVE, and other points through to GRAY'S HARBOR. Return ing, connects at llwaco with steamers for Astoria, and NIGHT BOATS FOR PORTLAND. JOHN R. GOULTER, Secretary. L. A. LOOMIS, President R. V. EGBERT; Superintendent. Portland and Astoria. STEAMER TELEPHONE. Leaves Astoria every evening except Sunday at 7 p. m. Arrives at Astoria every day except Sunday at 4 p. m. Leaves Portland every day except Sunday nt 7 a. m. C. W. STONE, Agt, Astoria, E. A. Seeley, general agent, Portland. A LOCK Is something you want, if not today, you will want it sometime. We keep carpen- s tools too, and if this weather will only pull itself together you will wantplenty of Hardware of which we have a plenty only waiting your call. J. B. WYATT, HARDWAHK HEApEU. 21,562,376,00 ' 8,630,425.00 10,015,829.00 1,017,195.00 2,677,219.00 $45,403,014.00 It:.' . id x tn-n lit I: ifter' ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.