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THE DAILY ASTOIUAN, ASTORIA, SATURDAY 'MORNING, AUGUST 25. 1891
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. Seived by carrier, pepr week.. 18 cts Bent by mail, per month W eta Bent by mall, per year.. 17.00 WEEKLY Sent by mall per year, $2.00 Id advance. Postage free to ubcrlber. the Astorlan guarantees to It tuh aorlbers the largest circulation of any uewspaper publltriied on the Columbia river. Advertising rates can be obtained on application to the business manager. This paper la in possession of all the telegraph franchises, and is the only paper on the Columbia river that pub lishes genuine dlspatchea. The Dallv Astorlan'a circulation is live times as great as that of the com bined circulation of the other dally pa pers of Astoria. Th Weekly Astorlan. the third ob- vat weekly in the state of Oregon, has, n.vt in tha Portland Oregonlan, the largest weekly circulation in the state. Subscribers to the Astorlan are re quested to notify tlilB oince, without loss of tfme, immediately they fall to receive their daily paper, or when they do not get It at the usual hour. By do ing this they will enable the manage ment to plate the blame on the proper tarties and to Insure a speedy remedy. Handley & Unas pre our Portland xgents and copies of the Astorlan can be had every morning at their stand on I''irst street. the country or beat and bane them so that they can't live. This Is the en eournglng side of human nature. It. does not often make the same mistake twice In succession. "BEAT AND BANGED.' BLACKLISTING One amazing fact disclosed by the investigation of the federal labor com mission la the extent of the blacklist system practiced by the railroad com panles.- As the testimony shows. If an employe of a railroad strikes or Is suspected of sympathy with strikers, his name Is very often put on this list. Printed copies of the names are sent broadcast to employing railroad all over the country, and It becomes prac tically Impossible for the proscribed men to get work where the list has gone. Occasionally, as witnesses testi fy, the ban may be evaded by assum ing an alias, but even then the terror of the system pursues Its victim, and he lives In hourly dread of discovery. It Is not for the punishment of crime that this' Institution Is delsed. It Is designed chiefly to punish activity in labor organizations and repress every effort to secure recognition of Indi vidual lights by the employlg corpora tions. It Is a conwplraey of unlimited p.ll!!!ii!......!!2!i! STERILIZED MILK I is the only safeguard against the many ZS diseases insiJiouily promulgated by ordi- Ef; nary milk. BORDEN'S PEERLESS 1 BRAND H Evaporated Cream l or unsweetened condensed milk, is so Eg perfectly sterilized that it is absolutely pure and wholesome. 3 Prepared and guaranteed by the New York Condensed Milk Co. S3 ' Your grocer can supply you. i il!!ll!IIIIIII!IIIIIIIIII!III!il!ili!SII!lll!llllllili;ilI!II!IlJU)IIIII!l!li!IIIIII!llg SHERIFF'S SALE. SHERIFF'S SALE. powor for evil pursuing Impoverished, helpless, starving men. Apparently, every great railroad In the country Is a party to the conspiracy. Certainly most of those entering Chicago ure so Interested. One witness told the commission that he had been black-listed for taking In a recent strike on a railroad Driven from Chlcawo by the black-list. he had asked for work In Altoona, Pa., Pittsburg, Pa., and Columbus, Ohio, and In every case found his name was In possession of the railroad authorities, and that the way to work was for htm effectually barred. This Is one Instance of many. It serves to show that the railroad companies are engaged In a secret boycott, vicious In Its contempt of law, and criminal In its disregard of humane principles. Quick to invoke the uld of l.he courts for the punishment of other conspirators, the- managers of these nxul3 should be taught that the statutes applying to conspiracy are for employers as well as employed. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue Notice Is hereby given that by virtue ' of a decree of sale made In the circuit of a decree of sale made in the Circuit court of the state of Oregon, for 'the Court of the state of Oregon, for the county of Clatsop, on the 18th day of County of Clatsop, on the 28th day of June. 1894. In favor of the Astoria June, 1894, In favor of A. L. Parker Building and Loan Association, and and against E. E.' Cooper, et al., and against Eleanor Symons and William' execution thereon, Issued on the 8th Symons, and execution thereon Issued day of August, 1S94, I will, on the 10th Aubusi lbt, 1894, I will on the 3d day I day of September, 1894, at the hour of of September, 1834, at the hour of ten 10 o'clock a. m., and at the Court House o'clock a. m, and at the court houpeoor In said county of Clatsop, sell to door In said Clatsop county, sell to the' tno highest bidder for cash, the land highest bidder for cash, the land de- described herein, or a sufficient amount J. thereof to make the sum of $2,923.35 and Interest thereon since February 6th 1X94, at the rate of 9 per- cent per an Interest thereon since June 28th, 1894, at the rate of 10 per cent per annum. the costs of this action, $53.80, and num, and accruing costs, to-wlt: Lot accruing costs, to-wlt: Undivided one- The Now York constitutional conven tion has refused to limit to $5,000 the liability of railroads In cases of death. Can It be possible that at last a con ventlon has met without railroad passes In the pockets of Its delegates? Perhaps the president went to Gray Gables to learn wheUier his family would disown hint In case ho signed the senate tariff bill. It is presumed that the leading vil lain In Madeline Pollard's coming play has already purchased his white wig, whlto vhlakers, and red face powder. Mr Santo has no doubt already In curred the disgust of Mr. Vtllient by Inquiring "is It hot enough for you?" The China-Japan war has seemingly lapsed Into a Corbett-Juskson stage. A groat many things have happened In two years. So much history hns been packed into this period, and the part history has been so full of disappoint r,t iliutrpHH and disaster, that to many people who have worried through It, there seems a long stretch of yeare in tho retrospect to look back only to tho opening days of the fall of 1S92. The country was prosperous then. Bus iness was active; the mills were run. nlng, and tho forges and furnaces aglow; tho wheels of commerce were whirling merrily, the marts of trade wore crowueu, enierpnnu uu uum wcro everywhere promoted by tho ex peutatlon of reasonable rewards, cap ltil and labor found employment, and remuneration for each other, and with a large measure of contentment walked hand In hand. But the Democratic party was out of business and off the payrolls, and extremely anxious to be put In charge of tho government and tho payrolls. Its preachers and upostles were going about all through that full of 1892 telling people who had no reason for dissatisfaction with existing con ditlons how hard their lot was, how heavily they were taxed without know lng It, how much richer some people were than others, and how unjust It was, and how the great Democratic party, If brought to power, would cure these evils, make an end of Inequality and Injustice, remove tho taxes that tho oppressed poor were paying with out knowing It. muko everything serene ond everybody happy. We are a queer lMwple. So human! And so fallible! We went and followed me example or me farmer to whom a pluuslblo person came one day with a long atory about how his fields were unscientifically cultivated, his cattle not properly cared for, his crops left ungathored, and his entire property so neglected that In a few years It would run to wasta Tho farmer lls tcnad at first Incredulously, for as he looked over tho farm everything seem ed to lie In a growing condition, the cattle well cared for, the crops gath rrcd In season, and each harvest so profitable that ho lived comfortably and had money In tho bank. Hut the stranger was plausible and persistent, lie rend' to tho farmer nights from Atla'ti Smith and David A. Wells, ahnut J science and political economy until he had the agriculturist so mixed that he hardly knew whether ho was farming tho land or farming tho revenue. Tint ho was very much dissatisfied with the general tendency of things on the farm and then ho hired tho plausible and lKTslstent political economist to super Intend the farm. At the end of tho flrta day tho new superintendent reported, lie looked sweaty and dlntie.osed. "Have you cut the grtuw In the teu ncro lot?" naked the farmer. "Well, yes," said the political economist. We've cut. a great deal of It, and the rest we've beat and hanged so It wnn't live." Ho didn't have another chance to cut (miss on that farm. I The American people hired that kind of a superintendent In 1S93 to Intro duce scientific methods. With this sea. bUt of congress the party put In uer Intendence of the country's Industrie ends Ita first day's work And IU report to the dcodIo Is: "wh. u v ,i . , ,., , The steamers Telephone. Dwyr, and a food many of them, and the rest Electric, all leave Astoria at p. m. we've beat and banged ao thev ran'' 'verv day t connect with tralna for it i. ... m . . . t I " v .. jrarr, oniy i cenia. nvv unviy inm ine party 1, In block 45, in the town of Astoria, as laid out and recorded by John Mc Clure, In Clataop County, Oregon. Dated, this 2nd day of August, ISO . J. W. HARE, Sheriff. By R. O. PRAEL, Deputy florth Paeifie Breoiery JOHN KOPP, Prop. Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTER. All orderi promptly attended to Kopp'a Beer, Hall. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. KENTUCKY WHISKEY Only handed over tha oar. The largest glass of N. P. Brer. Half-and-half, 5c. Free Lunch, ( Erickson &Wirkkala, Proprietors Cor. Concomly and Lafayette Sts. Dalgitcj's Iron Works, General Machinist and Boiler Works. All kinds of Cannery, Ship, Stenmboat and Engine Work of any Description. Castings ofall kinds made to order. Foot of Lafayette St., Astoila, Or. CHALLENGE. I hereby challenge tho sloops Maud K. and Mayflower to race my sloop. Pearl, over the 13 3-8 knot course run on Saturday, race to be within two wcekB' time, reKatta rules, and for purse of from $500 to $1000 a side. Z. TABELL. SEASIDE SnWjuILIi. A complete stock of lumber on hand In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus tic, celling, and all kinds of finish; mouldings and shingles; also bracket work done to order. Terms reasonable and priues at bedrock. All orders promptly attended to. Office and yard at mill. H. v L. LOGAN, Prop'r. Seaside, Oregon. third of the N. W. quarter of the south east quarter, and lots 1, 2, 3, 4, and G, in section 23, T. 6 N., R. 7 W., Will, Mer. In Clatsop County, Oregon. J. W. HARE, Sheriff of Clatsop County, Oregon. Astoria, Or., August. 8, 1894. REDUCED RATES. Between Astoria and Portland. STEAM KH SARAH DIXON, Leaves Main Street Wharf Tuesday. rnursuay, ana sunuay evenings. Hemming, leaves Portland, foot of Yamhill street, Monday, Wednesday, ann Tiuay evenings. For further information, Inquire of ASTORIA SHIPP1NO CO., Agents. Steamer Telephone. STILL IN THE LEAD. Leaves Astoria for Portland and wav aridities at 7 P. m. dailv. Saturday ex cepted. Leaves Portland eve rv dav except Sun day at 7 a. in. C. W. STONE, Agent Astoria, CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. AMERICA'S Greatest Trans Continental Railway System. F50JB OCEAN TO OCEflfl -IN- Palaee Dining Room end Sleeping Cars. Lwarloos Dining Cars. Elegant Day Coaches. ALSO Observation Cars, elloming Unbroken Vletus of the Wonderful JWoantain 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 Japan. Bmpress of Japan, August 27th. Empress of China, September 17th. Empress of India, October 15th. Empress of Japan, November 12th. Empress of China, December 10th. AUSTRALIAN STEAMER SERVICE Leuvjs Feb. 16 and March 16 for Honolulu and Australian ports. The FastMail PUTS YOU in Chicago Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and a Easern Points - X 24 to 36 Hoars Ahead Of Any Other Itine. Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Free Reollnlng Chair Cars, Din. lng .Cars rre run da ly via th Union Pacific Flyer leaving Port ' land at 7:00 p. m. For ticket rates and Information, call on or address, JAS. PINLATSON, Agt, Astoria, Or. A. B. Calder, Traveling Pass. Agt., Taenmn Wnnh Geo. McL. Brown, Dlst. Pass. Agt., Vancouver, B. C. Astoria to San FranciscoJ! OCEAN STEAMERS SAILING DATES. Columbia, Sunday, August 12. State, Erlday, August 17. Columbia, Wednesday, August 22. State, Monday, August 27. Astoria and Portlnd Steamers. Hereafter the O. It. and N. Co.'s boats will run as follows between Astoria and Portland: The It. K. Thompson will leave Astoria at 6:45 a. m. dally and Portland at 8 p. m. dully, 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. m. dally and Portland at 7 a. m. dally, except Sunday. On Sundays, the Potter S. H. H. CLARK, OLIVER MINK, E. ELLERY ANDERSON. JOHN W. DO AN 12, FREDERIC R. COUDERT. Receivers. For rates and general Information call on or address Q. W. LOUNSBERRT, Agent, Astoria, Or. W. H. HURLBURT, Ast. Gen. Pas. Agt.. Portland, Or. Japanese Bazaar TORTLAND UNIVERSITY. 1. Location beautiful, healthful, and free from all places of temptation. 2. Best Instruction given-In College Preparatory, Normal, and Business courses; also In Theology, Musio and Art. Normul graduates receive State Diplomas. S. Board In West Hall, Club Houses, or private families, $100 to $200 per year for Board and Tuition, i. Fall term otns September 18. Cat alogues free. Address, C. C. 8TRATTON. D. D., President. ur inos. vanscoy, u. D Dean, University Park, Oregon. Arc You Goins East? If so, drop a line to A. C. Sheldon, general agent of the "Burlington Route," 250 Washington street. He will mall you free of chargs, maps, time tablea. and advise you as to the through rates to any point, reserve sleeping car accommodations for you, and furnish you with through tlcketn via either the Northern, Union, South ern, or Canadian Pacific railroads at the very lowest rates obtainable. Tho Burlington Route Is generally conceded to he the finest equipped rail road In the world for all classes of travel. EVERY REQUISITE FOR First Class funerals : AT POHLl'S Undertaking Parlors, THIRD STREET. Rates Reasonable. Embalming a Specialty HINO LUNG. There's activity everywhere among our' new stock which is coming in fresh every! .TT Tri- day. Tnerc wouldn't be if the stock were, CHRISTENSON wrong or prices were wrong. Opposite Court House. 355 Third Street DON'T BLAME THE COOK! Is now manager at Geo. McLean's old stand,corner Olney and Astor streets, and Is better prepared to all kinds of iwork In the line of BLACKSMITHING and HORSESHOEING than ever be fore. ! j i Can't any cnok make breaj equal to the, tli Main Sfrert linkery UrtjJ. Can't any kitthi'ii stove b.ik H. P We also bake Cakes and Plrs tlmt art the town talk. H. W. SHERMAN, Cabs and Express Wagons. ROSS HIGGINS & CO. 0mM Do You Need Any . . . Bill Heads, lietter Heads, Statements, Girculars, Or Any Other Kind of Printing? IF SO, G IVE this office the order. We have ensa-red a first- class job pi inter who will give an)' work entrusted to us his thoughtful, mindful, careful, and intelligent con- sideration. It takes downright hard work to do this, Uut WO do it. TFItt ASTfT?TAM J4 - mm 5 Central Office, 51 5 Third Street. QfOCerS, : and : Butchers Stable, 128 First Street. Telephone No. Aatorla and Upper Astoria. ' ' ' " Flna Teas and Coffees. Table Ollcacles. Domestic and tropica! r-mlts, Ve(re tables, bugar Cured Hams, Bacon, ktc. 1894.- Choice Fresh and Salt Meats. For Gearhart Park. In a Stew Tour wife will surely be, unless you send home a piece of meat that Is Tender and Sweet Long experience hns made us expert Judges of meat, and we will give you points on how to pick out a good piece. WASHINGTON MEAT ftARKET, CHKI3TEN5EN A CO.. Prop rs. JACK SPRAT II V." will have another ch.nc ftcr this Dr. Prlce't Cream Biklnj Powder eonsresa to cut down the tndustrlca of! Worltl'l Fair Hijhest Award, rWLD lv ti satisfied at our place. Our steaks are twtdrr, julcjr. and sot loo tat. HUNTER MliRUCVV Proprietors Portland Butchering CVe M arktt Corner Second and Denton streets. Corner Third and West Eighth streets FRED SAIZ, Manufacturer and Importer of Saddles, Harness, Collars, Whips, Blankets, Robes, Leather, Etc. GOODS SOLD AT f 0fTIiAfD PRICES. P.O. Boisro. Olney SL, Astoria. Or. Snap A Kodak at any inati lomlof out of our aton and vou'U get a portrait ot a man brimming over with pleasant thoughts. Such qutlitr In tu lltiuors a we have to offer ire enough ta PLEASE ANY MAN. Corpe and Try Them. hughes & CO. Wholesale Uoaort PnSrJAIili'S TtflflE. ' Ahead or all Competition. By actual returns from 7a boats using PflSiiHliL'S TWIflE in their nets tho fishermen find: FIRST. That a ball of JUBSHAIA'S goes Jarther. SECOND. That the)' caught more fish than the same numher of boats using other twine. .1, 'P? That their nels were in better condition at the end of the season. FOURTH. That they would not use any other twine. ALL SIZES ON 1 1 AN D. ELiMOlE, SANBORN & CO.