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THIS MILV ASTOltlAN, ASTOMA, SATURDAY MOUM'll AUGUST 11, 1S94.
iinanioriiiwo!;aiii TliRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. Seived by carrier, pepr week.. IS cts Sent by mail, per month W cU Boot by mall, per year II.W WEEKLY 8ent by mall per year, 12.00 In advance. Postage free to subscriber. The Astorlan guarantee to' Its sub scribers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. Advertising ratee can be obtained on explication to uie Business maiunjn. This paper la In possession of all the telegraph franchises, and Is the only iwiper on the Columbia river that pub lishes genuine dispatches. The Daily Astorlan's circulation is live times as great as that of the com bined circulation of the other dally pa per of Astoria. The Weekly Astorlan, the third old est weekly in the state of Oregon, hns, next to the 1'ortland Oregonlnn, the largest weekly circulation In the state. Subscribers to the Astorlan are re quested to notify this oince, without loss of time, immediately they fall to receive their dally paper, or when they do not get It at the usual hour. By do ing this they will enable the manage ment to place the blame on the proper tartles and to Insure a speedy remedy. Handley & Haas are our Portland Mgents and copies of the Astorlan can te had every morning at their stand on First street stoppage ot uglta.tioiv Would iinqiies tlonably bring about a swift and Very general improvement In business. The party in power would lose fewer votes In that case, Just as It would surely lose more votes If business should con tinue depressed after a new bill had been passed. It seems as clear as any- ahfl the delicious" . peaches' of! Cirahd Junction: all results of Irrigation. Low rates on the railroads. All whe desire further information are request ed to address THOS. L. SMITH, Sec'y. 11, 12 Equitable Building, Denver, Col. SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS. Parties having rooms to let during thing can be that the party in power the days ot the regatta are requested TUB ONH CHANCE LEFT. Only three months hence the people will elect another congress. The strug gle over the tariff has been so pro longed and doubtful that the effect of various measures upon the congres sional election has been but little, dis cussed. Members from different sec tions and states have been much In fluenced by the adjustment of results in their own localities, but seem to have given no attention to the general effect. Recent events make it clear, however, that there will either bo no agreement whatever, ond no new tariff, or an agreement on a measure not es sentially different from the senate bill. The effect of either courso upon the congressional election may be ostlmut ed with confidence. It will bo observed that while the mora noisy free traders are shouting for the houso bill not a single one of thorn expects any such bill to be passed. In fact, no one wonts such a bill cn ncted, bocmiBe It would not raise near ly enough revenue for the necessities of the government, and some tax on sugar Is certain to be added. Besides the house conferrees and other leading Democrats In that body are continually urging so-called compromises, which differ from the senate bill as to sugar not at all in practical effect; as to iron ore, not enough to be worth much dispute; and as to coal, only in the proviso for the benefit of the Nova Scotia ring, tin other respects the measure urged by the compromisers differ but little in degree, and not at all In principle, from the 1)111 of Sale and Surrender. It Is probably safe to say that the senate will not yield more than the conferrees, and the leading members of the house now ask it to concede, nnd tho political effect of such a meas ure can bo anticipated with confidence. In all tho great manufacturing states tho bill will be held responsible for in duntrinl depression, lack of employ- ntont nnd reductions of wages. Many havo said that business would revive If tho tariff question were to be settled by legislation; but it is too late for a materlnl change this full, even if Im provement might be expected later. In the coal mining states both miners and opemtors would charge whatever depression exists to the new tariff, and tho wool-growing states would hold that measuru responsible for the phenome nally low price of wool. Moreover, In nil thrt alfttna tha n.t.llt 1..., ... . V. . .... ..... " ...w HUIIIUVII t't mo viwl ' uliirnt Bn.t u.hlub.. ...... .1.1 tA ..1 1... every consumer, and with the house wives paying a cent and a half more for every pound of sugar, the ef fect would be resented at the polls. Such a measure may be expected to defeat the Democrutlo party In almost every Northern district and state, and to make some Southern states doubt ful, The Infamous scandals, the Intol erable delays, disgraceful blundering and 'i4rmnl Witupointlort connected with the measure, will render It ex tremely hard for Democratic candidates to call out and hold the vote of their party. It will not matter much, what part the Individual has played In the business. The best and the worst will share the disgrace nnd the loss of votes. If the bill be beaten each faction of tho irty will lay the responsibility upon the other. For all the damage to Industries which has been caused by delay, and all the Injury threatened by ' can In no way help Itself more effect ively than by postponing! the tariff bill and all tariff agitation. Even the ex treme free traders are in position now to rejoice at such a decision, as being a merited rebuke of the men who have sold out to monopolies and perfidiously betrayed their party. and the price tor each to the enter tainment committee, In order that vis itors may be assigned as expeditiously as possible. Intending visitors can secure rooms in advance by addressing the enter tainment committee at the ofllce of tho Astoria Heal Estate Exchange. V. W. NEWELL, llOBT. GIBSON, P. W. WEEKS, Committee. COUNTY ASSESSOR'S NOTiCE. The board of equalization will meet at the ofllce of the county clerk, and publicly examine the assessment rolls The plague continues In China, not withstanding the Intelligent methods adopted by that ingenious people to arrest Its progress. These consist In of Clatsop county for the purpose of . ' correcting all errors of valuation or processions through the streets, the . de8orlptlo of ,anda or other property. beating of gongs and the setting off of I It is the duty of all persons to ap firecrackers In Immense numbers, the ! aZ llrolZlt latter expedient of some possible cfll cocy on account of the volumes of sul phurous and antiseptic vapor thus lib erated. But the pestilance docs not yield to these prophylactic and rome dlcal ceremonies, and is running its course according to precedent, being most violent where there Is most over- tlons can be made by any officer after the adjournment of the board. The board will meet on Monday, Aug ust 27th, at 10 o'clock a. m., and close on Saturday, September 1st, at 5 p. m. Astoria, July 21th, 1S94. B. S. WORSLEY, County Assessor. ELECTION NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that an elec- crowding and dirt, and showing a mod- Uon J111 De 1,61(1 'V "ly " ASl""a erated severity in quarters where clean ly usages and modes of living prevail. According to yesterday's dispatches the emperor of China has not taken the yellow jacket away from LI Hung Chang. If the Chinese article of yel low Jacket Is anything like our native product, Li should demand of his sov ereign that he make good the original report, and at the same tlmo extend tho young emperor a vote of thanks. The up-to-date results of ' the . tariff wrangle are the Indefinite postponement of Mr. Cleveland's summer vacation, particularly described In tho loss of Mr. dorman's temper, and , tha ', 0nvonnM fnr the 21st day of August, 1894, for the purpose of authorizing or refusing to authorize said City and the Common Council thereof, to appropriate, con demn by proper actions, and pay for a strip of land two rods wide from the reservoir sight In said city recently purchased from C. W. Shively adjoin ing Blocks 6 and 7, of Central Astoria, as laid out and recorueu by u. van Dusen and others, on the east, and more particularly described in the deed therefor, recorded at page 2'JU or Book 28 of the records of conveyances for Clatsop county, Oregon, to a parcel of land on Bear Creek purchased In a rectangular form from Aug. Wedln. out of the extreme southwest corner of the southeast quarter of section 2, in township 7 north, of range 8 west. of the Willamette meridian, and 1400 feet long from north to south and GOO feet wide from cast to west, and more the deed therefor, recorded at page 3, of Hook 28, STERILIZED MILK-1 ii the only safeguard against the many 2 diseases insidiously promulgated by ordi- SS nary milk. EH BORDEN'S PEERLESS I BRAND 2 Evaporated Cream j or unsweetened condensed milk is so Sj perfectly sterilized that it is absolutely pure and wholesome. Ha Prepared and guaranteed by the New York Condensed Milk Co. Your grocer can supply you. E :lli:!!llll!l!!inilllllllll!illlllli!lll!l!llllllill!lllilllllJUIII!illllllll!!illllll55 Snap R rodak at uny man onilng nut of our Hiere mid you'll net a i portrait of a limn briiiiuiliiK over Willi pleasant thoughts, Kucli qicillty In I lie liquon I we have to oiler arc enouli to PLEASE ANY MAN. Corns and Try Them HUGHES & CO, Wholesale Liquors Senator Vest's dreadful attack of ery slpelns. Six months more of the present drift of things would convert the halls of congress into a vast Infirmary. It seems that the Benate conferrees are about to press tho button and let the November voters do the rest. It Is said that Mr. Corbott's Impres sions of England have not been gath ered In a scrap book. FIREMEN'S ELECTION. An election will be held on Monday, AuguHt liit.l', 1894, at the house of Res cue Engine Company, for the purpose of electing one chief engineer and two assistants. Polls will open at 10 a, m. Judges L. E. Sellg, R. Cearns, Geo. Morton. Clerks C. II. Stockton, R. M. Stewart. By order C. J. CURTIS, President Astoria Fire Dept. CHAS. STOCKTON, Secretary. August 3d, 1984. county, as a right of way for a conduit or water pipe to supply said city with water from said creek. The polling nr voting place for said election will be at Rescue Engine House, on Commer cial street, and will be open for the reception of votes from Nine o'clock a. m., until Six o'clock p. m. of said day of election. By order of the Common Council. K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge, City of As toria. Astoria, Oregon, August 9th, 1S94. SHERIFF'S SALE. EXTENDED SYMPATHY. "Do unto others as you would have others do unto you," Is sympathetically shown In the following lines, the pre sumption being that sympathy Is born, or akin to pain or sorrow: "Gentlemen: Please sena Krause's Headache Capsules as follows: Two boxes to Fh'ra Seay, Havannn, N. Dak. Two boxes to Milk Wilcox, Ifrooklnnd, N. Dak. I have always been a great sufferer from headache and your Cap sules are the only thing that relieves me." Yours very truly, FLORA SEAY. Havana, N. Dak. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria. Or., Sole Agent. TROVEN A BOON. Gentlemen: I have always recom mended Krause's Headache Capsules wherever I have had a chance. They have proven a veritable bo'on in my family against any and fcll kinds of headache. Yours truly, J. E. WALTER, Leavenworth, Kansas. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria, Oregon, sole agent. TORTLAND UNIVERSITY. 1. Location beautiful, healthful, and ftvo from all pl.ices of temptation. 2, Bes4 Instruction given In College, Preparatory, Normal, and Business courses; also In Theology, Music and Art. Normal graduates receive State Diplomas. 1 Board in West Hall, Club Houses, or private families, $100 to $200 per year fee Board and Tuition. 4. Fall term opens September IS. Cat alogues free. Address, C. C. STRATTON, D. D., President Or Thoa, VanSooy, D. D., Dean, University Park. Oregon Do you Intend getting a pair of shoes for the boy? Don't let habit or per suasion lead you elsewhere before you see what can be done here. Uoodmun & Co lli a Stew .Your wife will surely be, unless you send home a piece of meat that is Tender and Sweet Long experience has made us expert Judges of meat, and we will give you points on how to pick out a gooa piece. WASHINGTON MEAT flARKET, CI1RI5TENSEN & CO., Prop'rs, DON'T BLAME THE COOK! Can't any cook make bread equal to the the Main bfrect Bakery Bread. Can t any kltchui stove bake P.. f We also bake Cakes 9 and Vies that are the a town talk. SEASIDE SflWilILIi A complete stock of lumber on hand In the rough or dressed, k loorlng, rus tic, celling, and all kinds of finish mouldings and shingles; also bracket work done to order. Terms reasonable and prices at bedrock. All orders promptly attended to. Office and yar at mill. H. v L. LOGAN, Prop'r. Seaside, Oregon. H. W. SHERMAN, Cabs and Express Wagons. kit r Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a decree of sale made in the Circuit Court of the state of Oregon, for the County of Clatsop, cm the 28th day of June, 1S94, In favor of A. L. Parker and against E. E. Cooper, et. a!., and execution thereon, issued on the Sth clay of AuguRt, 1894, I will, on the 10th day of September, 1S94, at the hour of.. 10 o'clock a. rrt., and at the Court House door in said county of Clatsop, sell to the highest bidder for cash, the land described herein, or a sufficient amount! thereof to make the sum of $790.00 and Interest thereon since June 28th, 1S94, at the rate of 10 per cent per annum the costs of this action, $53.80, and' CDPPMAM 5? RDPMNIPD 4'.t?3tefe:st. tea, mm Central Office, 515 Third Street. Stable, 128 First Street. Telephone No. 7, ,1 accruing costs, to-wit: Undivided one third of the N. W. quarter of the south-' east quarter, and lots 1, 2, 3, 4. and C, In section 23, T. 5 N., R. 7 W., Will.1 Mer. In Clatsop County, Oregon. J. W. HARE, Sheriff of Clatsop County, Oregon, Astoria, Or., August. 8, 1894. SHERIFF'S SALE. Blacksmiths. Special attention paid to steamboat re pairing, n rat-class horseshoeing, etc. LOGGING CAjVIP ttJOUk; A SPECIALTY, ' 197 Olney street, between Third and and Fourth, Astoria, Or. I. V. CASE, Insurance Agent RhTRtSENTlNd Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a decree of sale, made In the circuit court of the state of Oregon, for the! Ger Jn.caV.'YTkrY."'" ' county Of C latsop, on the Z7th day of Union hire and Marine, or New Zealand. ,.,,,,,.. 1C0. -iv it T.-iifi..v' Notional l ire and Marine Ins. Co., of Hartford. 1-ebruarj, 1S94, Ot W. H. Klrkpatrlck Connecticut hire Ins. Co.. of Hayford. and against M. M. Ketchum and Ida H.' Home Mutual Ins. Co., San l-i?.nci$co. . . ..... . New York Plate Uhss Ina. Co. Ketcnum. ana execution tnereon lsxuea rhanlx.of London, Impiri.l.of London August 1st, 1S94, I will on the 3rd day of September, 1S94, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m., and at tho court house door In said Clatsop county Bell to the' highest bidder for cash the lands de- 1 I. the Best of Its Clus JCOGGlDEflT HOTE On the Pacific Coast. The trade clock Indicates that the buyer's hour has come to obtain a watch from our stock at a price that will surprise you. If you have money to spend for a watch don't go anywhere but to II. Kksfrom, the Jeweler. Ion't go to Portland to buy your tickets for the "Old Country" and the East when you can ret them for the same price at the Union Paclflo oflice In this city, and thereby save your lo cal fare to Portland, scribed herein, or a sufficient amount thereof to make the sum of $9,2(8.0S and Interest thereon since February 27, 1S94. at the rate of 8 per cent per, Rfi UflHXCELlllED TABLE. milium, mm ui-eriiiMg copis, town.: lots S, 7 and 8, arid N W li of NW section1 Rat, $1 dally and upward. SS, In T. 5 N, R. 7 W., in Clatsop coun ty, Oregon. Dated, this 2nd day of August, 1S91. J. W. HARE, Sheriff, By R. G. PRAEL, Deputy, SHERIFF'S SALE. The C. P. UPSHUR Co,, Shippings Commission Astoria, Oregon. We are out gunning for the man who nny part of the tariff scheme, each I without sending It to San FrsivMcty , t ' i., .:.. !wv. w run, a regular "Watch Hos- , , , ... i I'l'm" and repair aii kind ol birakj, it) body else. Meanwhile, the Immediate Meml's JeW0lry Store. I Notice Is hereby given that by virtue : of a decree of sale made In the circuit' A PQTJNJXFT? court of the state of Oregon, for " county of Clatsop, on the ISth day of! Many people believe that all black June, 1S94, In favor of the Astoria smithing Jobs are alike that they ore Building and Loan Association, and nothing but muscle and material mixed. omin., ri.n. . . unm ' That is true of ordinary Jobs. Uralns " " """"' are also used to make a good Job. Sols Symons. and execution thereon issued conscience. A Job made without skill Aubusi ls-t, l?94, I will on the 3d day or honesty Is no good. Our work Is of September, lfr4, at the hour of ten w,ely known for Its quality, durability o cl x-k a. m. and at the court honpe door In said Clatsop county, sell to the' A ''uson Co highest bidder for cash, the land de-' scribed herein, or a sufficient amount' We Q.TQ Selling thereof to make the sum of $1,923.35 1 ,Z .k . , r . tn I The Best Men's Shoes For $3 to be and aecVuIng 'c. tZ!u ill Hii ,B """ 1. in block 45, In the town of Astoria, Tliats the pith of the whole matter. We luld out and recorded by John Mc-' uon t uess at tiie statement either. We know tiie shofsthat resold atf i, at f 5.50. at ?4. We've seen the outsij; -which eversb-xiv SMS-anJ the insijc, which onlv the Know-how rves anj tinkers can get at. There's the test ! Our J shoe is rftaJe from calf skin with JOHN HAHN & CO. Clure, In Clal.iop County, Oregon. Dated, this 5nd day of August, 1S9I. J. W. HARE, Sheriff. Py R. Q. PRAEL. Deputy r. Pica's Cream rlj Towdcr Warld'a fair Highest Medal aal Utpkutu. You Have Pride In Your Baby Have pride in vour Baby Carriage Get a good one. Get it here, and that in itself is a guarantee that it's the best and handsomest that money will buy. And the money will buy more here than anywhere else. HEILBORN & SON, Str. ECMPSE, CAPT. M. SKIBBE, Makes trips to Gray's River Thurs days and Fridays. Parties wishing to charter apply on board, at Ross, nig gins & Co.'s Dock, cr their office. GtflGnGO, lailiWAUKEE find ST. PAUL RAILWAY Connecting with All Transcontlnei.t. Lines is the Only Line running ELECTRIC LIGHTED - CARS BETWEEN St Paul and Chicago. AND Omaha and Chicago. The Express Trains consists of Vestlbuled, Sieaping, Dining and Parlor Cars, HEATED BY STEAM, And furnished with Every Luxury known in moder railway travel. For SPEED, COMFORT and SAFETV This Line is Unequaled. Tickets on sale at all prominent railway offices. For further information Inquire ot any ticket ageu r C. J. EDDY, General Agent J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agt. PORTLAND, OREGON. TflEflSTOfiimVljsGSBflM Acts as trustee for corporations end Individuals. Deposits solicited. interest will be allowed on savings deposits as follows: On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent per annum. On term savings books, 6 per cent pei annum. On certificates of deposit: For three months, 4 per cent per an- l.um. For six months, E per cent per annum For twelve months, 6 per cent pel annum. Q. A. BOWLBY President BENJ. YOUNG Vice President FRANK PATTON Cashiei W. Ii DEMENT Secretary DIKECTOKS. J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. H. Page. G. A Nelson, BenJ. Young, A. S. Reed, D. P. Thompson, W. E. Dement 9 The FastMail .Route. PUTS YOU in Chicago Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and a Easern Points my 24 to 36 Hoars Ahead y Of Any Other Itine. Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars, Din. lng .Cars run da ly via vh Union Pacific Flyer leaving Port land at 7:00 p. m. Astoria to San Francisco OCEAN STEAMERS 6 AILING DATES. Columbia, Sunday, August 12. State, Friday, August 17. Columbia, Wednesday, August 22. State, Monday, August 27. Astoria and Portind Steamers. Hereafter the O. R. and N. Co.'s boats will run as follows between Astoria and Portland: The It. H. Thompson will leave Astoria at 6:45 a. m. daily and Portland at 8 p. m. daily, except Sat urday. On Saturdays the Thompson will leave Portland at 10:00 p. m. The T. J. Potter will leave Astoria at 7 p. rn. daily and Portland at 7 a. m. daily, except Sunday. On Sundays, the Potter S. H. H. CLAHK, OLIVER MINK, E. ELLERY ANDERSON, JOHN W. DOAN13, FREDERIC R. COUDERT. Receivers. For rates and general Information call on or address? G. W. LOUNSBKRRY, Agent, A3lorla, Or. W. H. HURLBURT, Ast. Gen. Pas. Agt.. Portland. Or. ROSS HIG6INS & CO. Grocers, : and : Butchers Astoria and Upper Astoria. Fin Teas and Coffees. T ible Delicacies, Domestic . and Tropical halts Vegetables, sugar Cured Hajna, Bacon. Etc. Choice - Fresh - and Salt - Meats. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. -aVi-V AMERICA'S Greatest Trans Continental Railway System. OCEflfl TO CCEAJl IN Palace Dining floom and Sleeping Cars. Laxorioos Dining Cars. Elegant Day Cartes. ALSO Observation Cars, allooiing Unbroken Vlems 0! the Wonderful Woqntaln Country. $5.00 and $10.00 Saved on all tickets east. Tourist car the best on wheels. Equipments of the very finest throughout. ALSO CANADIAN PACIFIC ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE To China and lapan. Kmpress of Japan, August 27th. Kmpress of China, September 17th. Kmpress of India, October 15th. Kmpress of Japan, November 12th. Empress of China, December 10th. AUSTRALIAN STEAMER SERVICE Leuvjs Feb. 16 and March 16 for ' Honolulu and Australian ports. JACK SPRATbsl POULD easily have been satisfied at our piac. Our steakes ate tender, juicy and not too fat HUNTER MBRQEN5, Proprietors Portland Butchering Ce'S Markets. V. T. SANDERSON ft CO., Spile Driving: and Wharf Building. WORK GUARANTEED. Residence 769 Exchsag Street. ; J. A FAST ABEND, GENERAL CONTRACTOR, PILE DRIVE, HOUSE, BRIDCE JLfiD WHARF BUILDER Address, box iSo. Postoffico. ASTORIA. OR A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, FeeJ, Provisions, Fruits, Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Car. Cass aud Sueaoue Stmts. Astoria. Ore. For ticket rates and information, call m or address, J A3. FINLATSON, Agt, . t, Astoria, Or. A. B. Calder, Traveling Pass. Agt., , - Taeoma, Wash., Geo. McL. Brown, DIst. Pass. Agt, Vancouver, B. C. We don't Want to get rich Too Suddenly It unsettles one. Thata the reason ivo sell such elegant brands ot efcars at such small profits. Each week we are receiving fresh and mild BELMONTS, FLORA. DeMADRIDS, ROBERT MffELLS, etrellas, and numerous of hor hnn.U cjas. olsen.