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THE DAILY ASTORUN. ASTORIA, TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 20, 1895.
THE TO AT CLATSOP People Come and Go Bat the Crowd Remains. HOTELS TAXED TO THE LIMIT Many Interesting1 Eveuta-Danctnff and Games Fill the Time Chautauquans. After several Hluys of murky and stonmy weather Sunday broke clear and turistot on Clataop foeiKJh. Tine crowds or Dermtunt.-nt visitors were augmented by numerous excursions and the entire beach was In gata, attire. The dance at Seaside Baturday role-tit was a great sue cess and the lislhermen'e excursion on Sunday was aibout 300 etrons, while alboTit as many more wemt to o'tiher points along t'he ibeaolr. The tihrongs were moat order ly and! wsll conducted and the Seashore railroad 'handled tfce large numbers of ceoDiie in a most eflldenit manner. Sunday was "a grand fine day," as the Irishman says, and was devoid, of Iheavy winds and te. ' The air was' pleasant and tihe Ibathuni? stood. Hundreds were in toe sunt and enjoyed the sport In. the waves to the full. The little folks were In their element, digging; In the sands, or, wttfo clothes tucked up, wading In the waiter. Scattered along tlhe etoore, shel tered by eorne iiusre pieces o driftwood or an umlbreUa, the Ityplcal young lady could (be seen reading the latest ttc-tion. All were bent upon recreation and pleas ure. The turd worked business man, the worn out preacher, ottice boy and clerk, eadh In his own way seeking re spite ifram the daily grind. The iviaw of Tillamook Head from Gearlhart Park on Sunday was one of the best ilwd tor a week. The entire outlines were clear and distinct, and as seen through t'he blue air wiUh, the sunllgihit dancing on. the wavea the picture was perfect. Tlhe sunsets during the week past were particularly fine and greatly enjoyed toy 'those fortunate enough to see Wiem. lAit Gearhart Park Manager Barmore and (his efficient force have their hands full. Every room In the house Is occu pied and what witli tlhe meals furnished to campers and Sunday excursionists It keaps them very busy. York's celebrated orcUieetra of Portland has been engaged for the balance of the season and now discourses beautiful music during meal hours and In the evenings. Tihunsd'ay ithe breakers were so1 heavy that Itlhe bathers tor the most part had to give it up. One lady, who was hang ing onto the life line was carried off her feet several times, but lhad presence of mind tio ctlng to the rope and shout lustily for help. Surf Manager Ray soon had her safely on shore, as well as a little giri who had been in wading, but got be yond her depth. All were wlntthin the life lines and perfectly safe, but the waiter iwaa too rough for comfortable bathing! The dance Saturday night in the dining room at Gearhart was a complete suc cess. The music was furnished by York's orchestra, and the large rooms could scarcely accommodate 'all"ofj the guests. It is the Intention' of Mr.f Barmore to give these dances weekly. The new 'bowling alley has mode a greait hit and is one of the principal amusements of the guests, large and small. Some good scores have been made and all like the exercise. The Portland colored mandolin quar tette spent several days at the beach last week and entertained the guests with, their good music. Sunday Messrs. Holdrldge and Dickson heM services In the Auditorium at Gear hart, assisted by York's orchestra and Miss Gladys Jomea, the soloist. A large nuimlber of the guests and visitors at tended' and1 greatly enjoyed the meeting. In ithe afternoon Prof. Thielbom, who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cros by, gave a eacred concert in the hotel parlors. Yesterday the summer school of the teachers adjourned and formally broke camp. The season's outing was most suc cessful and was one of profit and pleas ure ito all. No doubt it will 'be repeated next year. The question of establishing permanent Ohatauqua grounds is being considered and It is thought that the present auditorium will be removed to a spot where about ten acres can be used for Chatauquan and summer school pur poses. The following ere among the principal arrivals during the week at i.earhart: Chas. H. Casvy and. wife, Mr. and Mrs. N. DeKbayco, Sol. Cippenheimer, Joe O'Connor, 'H. W. Hegelev Hugh Laidlaw, Frank RotlhscMld, Sanford J. Kraemer, F. W. Leadibetter, L. Thantoauser, J no. Welch and wife, T. D. Honeyman, Dr. Geo. "Wilson, J. F. Clarke, E. T. Williams, Mrs. J. E. Ingalls, (Miss Oleo Price, R. E. dhemck, G. K. Clarke, A. Downing, T. Bert Stephens, T. A. Higgtns, Chas. M. O'Leory, J. H. Browned and wife, Rev. Thos. L. Cole, Wife and family, Wm. Foley, H. D. Stratton, L. Thlrkei- son, Miss M. A. Marshall, Portland. W. Douglas and wife, M. C. Crosby, W. E. Tallamtv C. T. Crosby, Miss Geary, Mlss.D. Butler, Mrs. Jos. Dalgity, Mr M. I. SklUberson, E. H. Hauser, A. Bob bldge, Ohas. Johnson, Mrs. M. C. Crosby and daughter, Bmil Thleilborn, E. W. Crosfby, A. B. Dalgity, J. O. Hamrthorn and wife, Mrs. J. T. Roes, Mrs. Jno. BortWwIck, Thos. Dalgl'ty, D. McLean, M. C. Crosby Jr., J. P. Badollet, Astoria. David Stoddart, Lob Angeles; O. Sayles, Los Angeles; 'Msg Delia. Wetherbee, Eagie CHIf, Wat.; Miss Lottie Hume, Eagle Cliff; O. A. Bowen, dympia; Thos. Nestor,' Pittsburg,. Pa.; D. P. Nestor, Pittsburg; H. P. Hennett and wife, Den ver, Col.; R. P. Elmore and wife, Mil waukee, Wis.; Mr. and Mts. S. Elmore, Astoria; Misses Susie and Flora Elmore, Astoria; H. Tyrell, Albany, Miss S. E. Tussle, Clifton; Miss Daisy Harding, Oakland, Cal.; Miss Bessie F. Fee, New York; Miss Theresa W. Clarke, Boston; Miss Jessie FarreH, London; A. E. Breece, Slngifwre; J. Watson, wife and daughter, Vancouver; H. Hern, Hood River; J. W. Smith, Murray Springs, Or.; Jno. A. Shaw and wife, MM City; W. N. Barrett and wife, Hiklsboro; G. N. Pearsall and wife, New JTork; W. M. LIlBbrldge, Detroit; O. F. GrekfenihBgn, wife and child, Chicago; Geo. D. Lindsay, Galena, 111.; Dr. BeHle J. Macdonald, New York City; 3. W. FuHer, St. Paul; E. P. CaHender, New York; C. H. Cal lendrr, Knappton; R. McMurphy, wife tmd child, Eugene, Or.; "W. H. Brlnsay, nd wife, Missoula, Mont.; MUs GVadys M. Jonea, Forest Grove, Or. AGAINST rRINTCIN5 At MEALS. The reason why drinking should not accompany eating, but be induiani in be fore or afterward, is. In the ilrst place, because liquids are foods as well as solids and repasts must be kept as light as possible at all costs. But there Is an other reason'. Dry repasts, If light, lead to a loss of flesh, whereas the same quan tity of food, If It Include liquids, is devoid of this effect. It Is not easy, to say why this should be so; but the most probable explanation, is that when only solids are eaten the Juices of the body are called Into action to a larger extent than other wise. In order to further the process of di gestion, whence a' sensation of thirst is usually, experienced. The body has thus lost more than the ordinary quantity of water, and if this loss be not compen sated by drinking It will be replaced by the body itself, which, will draw upon its superflous fat for the purpose. The fat Is decomposed into the elements', and com bustion! takes place. This process com mences about an hour after eating, and if drinking be deferred until then it may be Indulged In afterward with profit, Inas much as It promotes the, very process which half an hour earlier It would have prevented. ' But in any case and at all times during the sure, liquids must be be taken with as much moderation' as solids. Good Housekeeping. I AN 'AMERICAN GIRL Thinks EmgGJsh, Wtrnttn Ar Abominable CydKste. New York Tifbuine. "We went to Bultltensai park the other day." writes aw American girl lni Londbo to a friend! alt home. "Thlalt is, you know, where Ithe women generally W cyaHe, Juislt as we do In New York oni the RiverlsLd'e. The English, wameli always look tio smarit on Ihotrseback, and so ex ceedtagly ,wteJl ItlunKd out, tihat I expected to see somleithlng quite but of tlhsi ordin ary, and so I did, but not in the way I BnlSte4pal;ied. My dear, ithey were aim ply dreadful; one and all (hey r'.de abom inalbfly! "Their mthlod of procedure Is to first put tlhe saddle as low as possible, theti U throw one Jjetr over, and to scrape Uhe ground with itihie wither fowl for several yUrds until they get weC'l under way. Thn Whey compose their countenances to a look of severe detenmlnatlon, work laboriously for a few imwnemts and then fall oft the low saddles, melalnwhSl'e, making Whem rook very awkward. This seems 'dbetr anty way of getting off. "Thley rest themselves for a few mo ments and Itheni rapeialt Ihe process from the beginning. Their dresses, too, are very queer, floppy .muslins, with, large halt's, or duck Jackefts, with Dong tails, which look like dressing Jackets, M. and I tatelad bteycMng there tomorrow, and w flatter ourselves that we shall do our country credOt. If I could not bicycle Ibetiter Hiram- they dt I wouldn't do it alt tall." CURRENT NOTE3. Blessed are the peacemakers! John W. Foster got $100,000 from the Chinese em peror. New York Recorder. Why not put an end to this long-drawn-cut controversy by fastening the crlm of '73 on Murderer Holmes? Washington Post. "Where do you wear your trousers out first?" asked Ben. "To Sunday school," replied Joie Innocently. West Union Gaz ette. Jlmson How are prices at that res taurant you patronize? Jamson Every thing is cheap excepting the waiters. New York Weekly. "Was he warmly received upon the oc casion of his debut in tragedy?" "Warmly? Why, they had to ring down the asbestos curtain." Derolt Times. "He Is a rising young author." "Yes," was the reply. "Every time I go to see him I find He has aconomlzed by moving onie-story higher." Washington1 Star, f A good baby story is of a neighbor meeting a little one on the street ana saying, "Good morning, my little dear. I never can tell you and -your sister apart. Which of the twins are you?" And the little dear made answer, "I'm th'et one whiat's out walkln'." dixchfenge. Taks a nnall quantity of Cottotaw and a little cream i warm in a frying pan. Break 8 egg in it and atir until alightif oookod, Bene hot. Use not more than two-thirds as much Cottolene as you would butter and be sure that you do not overheat it before dropping in the eggs. This is always essential in cook ing with Cottolene. Genuine Cottolene la aold ererrwhere la tina with trade-marka "CotloUnt" and afMr'f head in cotton-plant wreath oneierr tin. Made only by fin THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, St. Loud, taicafe, Bu rnmtH, rwtieaa, vTWf JUW lara, Japanese Bazaar SINQ LUNG. Prop. Ladies and Children's hats and duck suits. Ladies', and Gentlemen's underwear made to order. Lowest prices in Astoria. 417 Bond Street next door to Mouler'i Fruit 8 tore. Seals Steel Dje.3, Sfood & Jdetal. Society CalliDK &rds atad Ad- -notracementa Engraved and ' ' " C. G. SMITH, '206 Horrison bU Fortland, Or. ANNOUNCEMENT The undersigned have opened the only strictly first-class Boot and Shoe Store Our stock is all new, having will comprise every grade, froiri the Finest Ladies' and Gentlemen's Foot wear to Miners' "Trilbies" Owing to delays in the East our Best Grades Have Not Arrived But we will be in position to meet the wants of all for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE We have determined to permanently identify ourselves with t PROGRESSIVE ASTORIA, And we desire your patronage. All who call upon us will receive the same polite attention, whether they are purchasers or not. COPELAl&THORSEftl, EXTRAORDINARY! Ever seen in Astoria, been manufactured to OUR 523 COMMERCIAL ASTORIA, ORE. ORDER siricelast May, and ST., lis I872 1895 pisfyer Brothers, Sell ASTORIA, Lubricating OILS A Specialty. Ship Chandelery, Hardware, Iron & Steel, Coal, ' Groceries & Provisions, Flour & Mill Feed, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Loggers Supplies, Fairbank's Scales, Doors & Windows, Agricultural Implements Wagons & Vehicles. B. F. ALLEN, Dealer in Wall Paper, Artist Materials, Paints and Painters Supplies Glass, Mouldings, Japanese Mattings, Rugs and Bamboo Goods Contractor for Fresco Painting, Paper Hanging, Etc. 765 Commercial Street. Snap R Iodak at any man coming out ot our store and you'll get a portrait ot man brimming orer with pleasant tbougbU. Bucb quality In the liquors we have to offer are enough to PLEASE ANY MAN. Corr?e and Try Them. HUGHES & CO. A.STORIA IRON WORKS CoDcooly St, foot of Jackson, AstorU. Genera! Machinists and Boiler Makers Land and Marine Engines, Boiler work, Steam boat and Cannery Work a Specialty. Casting! of All Descriptions Made to Order on Short Notice. John Fox.Preuldent and Superintendent A. h. Fox Vice President 0. B. Prael Secretary They Lack Life There are twines sold to flihermea on the Columbia river that stand la Uhe same relationship to Marshall's Twine as a wooden Image does to the human being they lack strength Ufa evenness and lasting qualities. Don't fool yourself Into the belief that other twines besides Marshall's will do "Just as well." They won't They cannot , . C.J. TRENCH RD, Agent Wella, Fargo & Co. and Pacific Express Co: HOP andPtfOEHlX lUSUHflflCE co'S. Custom House Broker ' and Commission Merchant. 50J Bond Street. Kopp's Beer Hall. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. KENTUCKY WHISKEY Only handed over the bar, The largest glass of N. P, Beer. Half-and-half, t. Free Lunch. Chas. Wiikksla, Proprietor. Cor. Cooromly and Lafayette Sts. THOMAS MOKKO, Th Blacksmith whoso shop Is oppos ite Cutting's cannery, ifl now prepared to do such odd Jobs as making new cannery coolers, repairing old ones, making new flahin boat Irons, and re. pairing old ones, and all other black smithing that requires flrst-clase work irwnnhlp. Superfluous Hair! Removed by the electrio needle. Eye brows arched. Cure guaranteed. Con sultation free. The NEW YORK AND PORTLAND ELECTROLYSIS COM PANY. Room 24, Rucker Uouso. 698 Commercial street. -k KEATING & 00 will open their Muslo Hall at 3j Aitor street, Saturday the 10th. They will -w w r keep numberless good liquors and cigars besides having good muslo all the time. Hair Qoods flanufacturei All Styles I Wigs, Bangs. Swltche, Combings Made Up, Dressing, Shampooing, Bleaching and Dyeing. Children's Hair Cutting. MRS C E SEDERLOF, iSS Commercial St., cor. Eighth. SEASIDE SflWl,IM. 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 prices at bedrock. All orders promptly attended to. Offlr and yard at mllL H. V. U LOGAN. Prop'r, Seaside. Oregon,