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runi bAiLV aStoiuaA. astorjA, WEtolSDAV koiuviK(i4 August 28, i 896.
to-measure, $35' JHEonlj way to fit a )nn li to flrrt flud out Just what kind of a man you have Hi-that's Just what we do -take your miHuKieiet and cut Urn nuit fur you-and It n ustat.or we'll keep 'em. tailoring -exclusively. chas. Mcdonald, The Tailor. 523 Commercial Street. ASTORIA - MATTRESS - FACTORY, 378 Commercial Street. Manufacturer of every description of Lounges, Mattresses, etc. REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHE8 The Resort On Commercial street, is the place where the businc-mmim uud the labonDg man go for wlint is culled "BEST ON THE COAST," or u nice cool drink of the celebrated Gambrinus beer. Sand wiches of every kind made to order, and an eleeant. free lunch servod every day. You are welcome. Grosbauer & Brach. 1 'OrCTl. Dalgitg Iron Works, General riachlnl.it and Boiler Works. All kinds of Cannery, Ship, Steamboat r- I1f J. 2 r.?.-rlr.f Inn ana engine worn ui any uc.iipuuii. Castings of all kinds made to order. Foot of Lafavette St., Astoria, Or. After meals! ' Or at any 'other tinio J when you wish a good cigar ask for the well known, home-made, hand-made, white labor oigar "La Delle AHtoriu." Conceded by all smokers to be tbo bent cluiir manufaotured. W. F. SCHIEBK, 71 H'mty Street, Astoria, Oregon. FOflHD & STOKES GO. DEALERS IN Picnic Canned Goods, Tents, Camp Stoves, Camp Cooking Utensils, Baskets, And the latest All-Wool Sleeping Bags At all prices. Just the thing for camp ers, prospectors, etc. Sure to keep warm at nights. Better than blankets. LSTHERE? , '. -o- Is there a man with Jieart bo cold, That from his family would withhold . The comforts which they all could find In articles of FURNlTlRE of th right kind. And we would suggest at thiB Reason, nice Sideboard, Extension Table, or se of Dining Chairs. We have the lnrges and finest lino ever shown In the city and at prices that cannot fall to pleas the closest buyers. ' ' , HEILBORN & SON. EVERY REQUISITE FOR : first Class funerals : AT POflh'S Undertaking Psrlora, THIRD STREET. RtUt ReatonaDla. Embalming a Specialty J. A FAST ABEND, OENERAL CONTRACTOR, PILE DHIVEH, HOUSE, BRIDGE AND WHARF UU1LUSH. Addreu. box &. PoKoffice. ASTORIA. Oh As Franklin says, good dress opens all doors, you should not lose sight of the fact that a perfect fitting suit Is the main feature. Wanamaker & Brown are noted for fit, workmanship and superiority of dualities. Their rep resentatlve visits Astoria every three month. Office 64 IX' leu m Building, Portland, Or. Reserve orders till you hav seen the spring line of samples. "THE MILWAUKEE." The only railroad lighting its trains by electricity. The mly railroad using the celebrated eleotrto berth reading tamp. The couches now runniiwc on 'The Mil waukee" ar Palaces on Wheel a. On all its through lines, the Chicago, Vrilwauk and Bt. Paul Railway runt the moat perfectly equipped trains of Bleep. , b p, Parlor, and Dlrdus; Cars and Coachea. For kwt catee to any point in th United tSatm and Canada, apply to ticket agents, or ad.hvsa C. J. KDUY, General Affent, Portland, Oregon. Mrs. T. 8. imwVlna hrlnnno Tenn,, My, "Bhllor's Vitalise 'SAVFC Mi lAr L: I consider it the best ren edy for a diiiiitnted systsm I ever used.- r Dyspepsia, Liver or Kid ney trouble, it exrells. Pilvs 75 cts. t or ; ,1.. by j. p. conn. ; P. N. CORSETS ARE The Cheapest . , and the . . Best pitting. TRY THEM. ALBERT DUNBAR YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Local' weather for twenty-four hours ending at 6 p. m. yesterday, furnished by the United States Department of Ag riculture, weather bureau. , ,. Maximum temperature, 72 degrees. Minimum temporuture, 50 degrees. Precipitation, None. Total precipitation from September 1st, 1R!I4, to date, 75.16 inches. Excess of precipitation from September 1st, 1894, to date, 4.19 inches. BUSINESS LOCALS. Try Smith's Ice cream. Get your milk of Relth, & Wilson. Fresh candies every morning at Smith's. Sweet cream at Smith's 20 cents pint. Fresh, candles every hour at the Bon- bonnlere. Tennis shoes at Copeland. & Thorsen's new shoe store. Bottle of Gambrlnus beer and sandwich, 15 cents, at Jos. Terp's. Misses and Children's Ian Oxfords at Copelnnd & Thorsen's. Tan button shoe for Misses and Chil dren at CopdJiid & Thorsen's. THE SAME PLACE 118 12th street Is the place to buy fresh fish every day. Meany Is the leading tailor, and pays the highest cash price for fur skins. The Astorlan will hereafter be found on sale at McGulre'v Hotel at Seaside. Our milk is guaranteed strictly pur and fresli from the cow doily. Reitli & Wilson. GRAEFE & PLANK No. 028 Commer cial street, will repair your clothes for little money. Try them. WORLD'S FAIR SALOON-Keeps the finest lino of liquors and cigars In the city. Cull and sample them. It your watch don't run, call at 574 Commercial street, across from Shana- ban Bro.' and have It repaired. DON'T FORGET That at Nos. 214 and 210 Tenth street Is th place to have your horse shod and repair work done. Smith's Ice cream. IB unequalled . Ice cream soda a specialty. Private par lors for ladles. Commercial street " A nice Hue of fresh Ash and a. fine stock of eprlng chickens and other poultry at Pat Lawler's, 571 Commercial street, For a fine line of fresh candles and fruikis or a tUss vt dellcluus soda, go to the "IXm'lonniere," 436 ComanercUil street. If you want a dellgtitful shave or a fuslilonable hair cut, go to the Palace Barber Shop, J. B. Hutchlns, propr.otor. WAH SINU & CO. Morchant tailors, 026 Commercial street, cheaper than you can buy ready made. New stock com plete. Don't fall to see the line views of the gatta und fishing Bcenes taken by Snod- gra.ss & Ulcks. Studio 720 Commercial street. Are you going 'to the eashore? If so, you should tall al the Emes-Craln Drug SUro and buy one of tin.' new stylo Bathing Caps. Water melons! Water melons! Water melons! A carload received yesterday will be sold cheap today at Pat Law'.er's, 074 Commercial, T.-ade with Fourd & Stokes Co., deal ers Pi Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, provisions, flour, fruits and vegetables They will surely please you. rerfeet cleaifllneas and modern con venience are the adjuncts of all well regulated ibaitih rooms. ' You will find them at the Palace. J. B. Hutch:ns, pro prietor. The Wstes-Croln Drug Co. havo recently added a full line of Homeopathic Rem edies to their stock and are now prepared to till all car.Hi for homeopathic medicines with fres'hly prepared (pods. Hunger Js a very disagreeable sensa tion. There Is a place In Uhls town whore you can safsfy ! domanda with the cleanest and best 23 cent meal you ev;r rte. That place Is Joe Terp's. , ; If you are going to Ilwaco Sunday on the North Pacific, you will have to buy your tleketj Saturday to get the benefit of the 50 cent round trip rate. Steamer Ituves O. R. and N. dock ot 8 a. m. No 'batter milk ws ver thought to Ajstaria than ia f umlelhed for five oenU a quart by Relth A Wilson, and de livered In ohn and tUrhirly closed glass bottle at your door every morn ing. What brings people back to the Asto ria Wood Yard after they have sounded the possibilities everywhere else? May be it's one thing, and May be It's another. But the fact remains buck they come. And of course the Aetorla Wood Yard Is proud of It. Business me a of Astoria v4siUng Port land have for years bn accustomed to take their nvld-day lunch at the "Gem." The ' GomB Is now looated at 7.1 Third street, next door to the Alns worth Bank. Jos. E. Penny. - ' ABOUND TOWN. Shew cases- for Bale at Oregon Trading Co. ' The county court will meet on Monday next. L. Peabody and wife, of Clatsop Beach, are In town. Music toy the Amateur Brass Band at the Lawn Soda. Dr. Jansen left last evening for a bus iness visit to Portland. J. O. Meg'.er returned on th? Telephone list night to Brobkfleld. Music, both Instrument il and vocal, at the Lawrt Social. . H. C. Carnal) ;'., of Portland, was a visitor in the Mty yesterday. Horn To the wife of John Ryswick, Sunday, August 23th, a duughtcr. C. H. Callcnder came over from Knapp ton yesterday on a. 'business trip. H. S. McGowan, the well known can neryman, was In town yetiterduy. Miss Wheeler, a school teacher, of the Lewis and Clarke, waa In Astoria yester day. Licenne to wed was yesterday (,-ranted to Tolef T. Timen and Miss Anna Ander son. The Portland ste.imors hud their usual large load of freight and passengers last night. J. H. Smith, of Long Beach, and Daniel Hawfec, of Cninook, are registered at the Parker house. The remains of I. W. Case were yester day transferred from the hillside ceme tery to Greenwood. Among the arrivals at the Parker yes terduy were John Ueasley and C). L. Smith, two Portlandt-rs. Auction 8le of dry goods this after noon at 2 o'clock. Bryant & Matthews' stock, raJe reserved for ludies. The Electric Lbiht company will com mence putting up poles like those of the telephone company In a few weeks. Mr. H. E. Camiibell, a Portland con tractor, now engaged on the new water works, Is registered at the Occident. Work was 'begun this morning putting In a new foundation under the residence of Mrs. Grant, on Commercial street. Mrs. II. S. Hudson and daughter, Miss Maud, of Purtlund, arc spending a few days In town, guests of the Occident. Special Bale of liartlott Pears today at prices that will ustonlfh you. One hun dred boxes' Just ree?le'd. Ross, Biggins &- Co. C. G. Palmer will commence tomorrow the construction of a two-story dwelling for Chris. Olsen, on 35th street In Upper AMoria. It Is expected that (pilte a large num ber of tin) lire boys and their friends will take In tho Vancouver tournament next week. Do not forget tho Lawn Social to be given tit Mrs. C. J. Trenchnrd's by the Ladles' Guild of Glace Church Thursday evenln, August 29tii. A man employed In the Clutsop Mill, named Johnson, had his ear nearly torn off iby being t-a light In one ot the ma chinery belts .Monday evening. Car No. 6, of the street car company, run off t.ie truck ye.-terday near llooth's cannery, and It required several hours' hard 'work to place it In position again. Charles 'Mathana, the printer, finished the ibadges for tho hose boys yesterday. The team expects to start for Vancouver Sunday evening on tho ttoamer Tele phone. Tile two men who were brought from Coos Buy by Constable Olierg to answer to a charge of net stealing, will have their hf.iriug in the Justice court at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Forest Hrcs continue to r.Kge along the eastern borders of the oily, and last nliiht were reported us approaching dun- uei'ous'ly near resiliences sltu.itetl in the nclgh'borhood of 'McGregor's Mil1. C. II. rt. ooils, the Portland lawyer, accompanied by his wife and two chil dren, arc registered at the Occident. They have 'been spending the season at (liar- hart and returned home '.art evnlug. Among the steamship Columbia's pas sengers for San Francisco yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Foard, who are returning home nfler o two weeks' visit with their daujvhter, Mrs. Dr. Lo gan. All persons owning property In sections 9, Hi, 21, V'J, ami 2,1, town.-hlp 8 north, range ID 'west, nre requested to leave their names with a full description of their property nt our olllce. R. L. BOYLE & CO., 470 and 172 Commercial street, Tlio Presbyterian and Congregational Sunday School Excursion and picnic will 'ivivrft lh. Mslvtlraer dock for Alder Grove ut 9 o'clock n. m., and return to the city by 5:30 p. m. Excursionists will please ibring their well tilled baskets and 'be prewired to have a good time. Tick ets, aaii.ls. 6 corns ror die miinii trip. There will bo a special meeting of the W. C. T. U. today at 2 o'clock tit the Preifibyterinn church Instead of the reg ular meeting tomorrow. 'Mrs. lloxter, ot Portland, will 'present the. subject ot rescue work. Business of Importance also is to come up. It Is tirgeil that all mem Jers be present. All friends of reform ere cordially Invited We are Informed that the iitatement In ytste-rJay's paper that J. C. Blalsdell, the well-known logger of Young s River, died at the hospital U mistake. He died at the home of Mrs. Wentworth In this cltv. It seems that the deceased (tad expressed a wish that he might die e'.wwhere than In a hospital, hence the correction of the statement that appear ed In yesterday s Issue. r.AMMA rAmm.wi,l th. Inmlf-at I at n O OIOCK last Illgm upon inn imuy lu F. Feakes, who committed sutcldo early ' yesterday morning. The Investigation be fore the Jury was conducted behind clos- l ed doom because of the Interruptions to the deliberations. The testimony of two i or three witnesses was obtained and the inquest adjourned to this morning. It Is , the Intention to' take the testimony of ' Mrs. Feakes If she is able to stand It. People who live In the vicinity of the old West oast t annery in i pper As toria, say that the tanks of salmon which lihve'been stored In the cannery for the pant two years, and have been In a tad state of decomposition for some time, have not yat been removed. Such a foul emell arises on warm days that t la absolutely unbearable. Some time since, through theae columns, attention was ra'.led to the bad condition ot the fish, and tho owners. Messrs. Camahnn Shonrm. stat.nl that iwrrels were then belmt made for the shipment of the Ash to th Sandwich Islands, though wht was to be done with them In their badly decayed stats was not made known. The proper authorities should Investigate the matter :and if the ftsh are still there. order their removal at once. BUYERS AND SELLERS. Following ore the Teal estate transfers filed In Recorder Gunderson's olllce dur ing the past few days: W. E. Dement and wife to D. B. Howarter, 20 and 73-100 acres In section 36, township 8 north, range 10 west $111. CO H. F .L. Logan to James E. Wilson, lot 10, block 9, Clatsop Grove 50. 00 James E. Wilson to J. W. ,Hure, lot 10, block 9, Clatsop Grove 30.00 Robert S. Norris to James E. Wil son, all of block 3 and lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 13, 14, 15, 10, 8 and 9, block 2, Norrlston Park ISO. 00 Robert S. Norris to O. B. Kates, all of blocks 1, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 11. 15, 16, 17 and 18, lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, ' 8. 11, 12, 15 and 16, block 4; lots 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 tnd 16, block 5; lots 1 to 14 Inclu sive,, block 8; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 7. 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16, block 9, Norrlston Park 228.25 N. N. Matthews and wife to Georgei . N Sroat and Herman S. Gilo, lots 20 and 21, Towers' addition 100.00 John Matler to P. F. Halferty, lot In Matter's, addition to Warrenton 100.00 S.vmuel Freeman and wife to Victor Hermann, lot 4, block 142, Mc Clure's addition to Astoria 25.00 John H. Smith and wife to Lottie Hansen, one acre In section 23, township 8 north, range 10 west.. 230 00 Adam Salter to VIrglnlus Harris, The southeast fll of section 23, townsnlp 7 north, range 8 west.. 1.00 William B. Adair and wife to Jas. Jackson, lots 5 and 6, block 03, Adalrs 325.00 Robert S. Norris to II. G. Col ton, lots 9 and 10, block 5, Norrls ton Park 50.00 G. Wlngate and wife to J. E. Hlg gins, trustee, lot 10, block 4, Flavel1 Center 100.00 M. J. Kinney and wife and othersi to Joseph Karvonen, lot 16, block 22, New 'Astoria 275.00 C. R. Hlgglns to John E. Rull, contract for deed, Lot 3, Block 8, Aftorla Addition to Warrenton 00 TENNIS TOURNAMENT. The following Js the program of the tennis tournament now being held at the O. C. and T. for T. courts: Monday O. C. Court Wllklnnon and Helborn, Astbury and Flndiay. Ladle3' slng'.cs'-Loulse Ta'.lant and Nettie Tut tle. Tuesday T. for T. Court Ladles' dou bles Ctera Llonberger and Louise Tal lant. Susie and Flora Elmore. Gents' singles Hlggins and Astbury. Wednesday O. C. Court 'Mixed dou blesWilkinson and Clarai Llonberger, Astbury and Flora Elmore. Gents' sin glesWilkinson and Flndiay. Thursday T. for T. Court Mixed dou bles, illigglns and Olga, Hcllborn, Flnd iay and Nettle Tuttle. Ladles' singles Clara Llonberger and Flora Elmore. Friday-. C Court Gents' doubles, Hlgglns and Thing. Astbury and Bennett. Ladles' doubles Miss Heilborn and Clara Llonberger, Nettie Tuttb and Flora El more. 'Monday evening the best two out of three sets were won by Messrs Wilkinson and Heilborn, of the A. O. C. ; score, 6-4, 6- 8. Tuesday evening ladles' doubles, best two out of three, were 'won by Misses Susie and Floretta Elmore, of the T. for T. First set, 6-2 favor of T. for T.; sec ond set, 6-1, favor A. O. C. ; thjrd eet, 7- 3, favor T. for T. THE LIGHTHOUSE TENDERS. Astoria's Debt to Them Is a Large One. "Few stop to think of the advantages gained by Astoria from the lighthouse station, District No. 13," remark.',! a prominent citizen yesterday. Captain Furenholt, the commander of this dis trict, through a special effort, secured the locution at this port of the two ten ders Instead of having one on the Sound. Having tho two boats together at one utation looks better und adds to the gen eral i'hlpping und Commander Furen holt, understanding this, arranged ac cordingly. The etilclent aid given by the lighthouse tenders Columbine und Manzanita, under Captains Richardson and Gregory, ana their aiile lieutenants, directed by Com mander Farenholt, to the regatta is what made that fete a success and too much credit cannot bo given to these gentlemen w'lio toad In view tho Interests of As toria as i. seaport and did all they could to t.n'iiluisiza I'hat fact. Cmman der Fa!:enho.t has done much for As toria and 'Will do more. HOTEL ARRIVALS. ASTOR HOUSE. J Stoke, wife nndj daughter. City I John Murray, City J J Prend, Portland 'Robt Smith, City F Springer, V Mple; J Hukali, City j C Llnholn, City .Mrs M Brown, Ptld Mrs S Johnson, I'tldi L (J Coleman, Grvis; F Hcott, Portland D Griffiths, Long D Mrs. Edwards. L B 'Mrs Coles, Long Tit Mrs. Griffiths, Ptld W A Furman.Tlamk .1 B Zern, Cathlmet W A Brlngolf, T'ou Rev J R Thompson, Ocosta, Wash J Donnerberg, Pt'.d C E Nawn, City , F Chrlldren, City CARD OF TH'ANKS. Wo desire to return our cordl.il thanks to tho citizens of Astoria and vicinity for the courteous treatment and liberal patronage we have received while In As toria. Wo invite all our friends and patrons to call at our Pacllic Coast head quarters, In the Murquam building, when In Portland, where we shall he pleased at all times to show them our lino of cele brated Instruments. W. W. KIMBALL CO, By L. V. MOORE. A TWISTER. A twister In twisting May twist him a twist. For In twisting a twist Thref twists nuike a twist; But If one of the twists Untwists from the twist, The t'lst untwisting Untwists the twist. That Is, when It's twisted with any other twine than MARSHALL'S. The Worlds faff Tests showed co ii-'.v.Vrj powder so pvro cr m r:ai in Ic&y enlng pm-cr us th Poya!, $T.0.0O REWARD. The undersigned is authorized to pay a reward of $30.00 for the recovery of the body of Louis Bllger,who das drown ed by the capsizing of the sloop Mono gram, on August 19. IStij. WILLIAM POHL. Astoria, Oregon. ASTORIA SELECT SCHOOL. IS KM. Astoria Select School re-opens Septem ber th, IStt, Kmma C. Warren, principal. For particulars. Inquire of Miss War rtn at the r?IJence of Mrs. W. W. Parker. FURNISHED ROOMS WITH BOARD. A well-furnished sul'e of toots, with use of parlor, and, if destred, good table board, at reasonable rates. 4u5 Du ane street, corner of Ninth. V Some Extracts Imprinted From Astoria Daily "Bladder." CHAMPION OF THE PEOPLE How the "Bladder" Jealously Guard ed the Cause of Truth, Hu manity and Justice. While raiding a gambling house one night last week the police came across a file of a publication termed the "As toria Dally Bladder," which was prompt ly confiscated. Through the kindness of the authorities the Astorlan will be en abled from time to time to "mblish ex tracts from this "newspaper." The fol lowing paragraphs will serve to eome extent to give people an idea of a ityle of Journalism that flourlsned In Astoria before the coming of the railroad:' (Selection No. 2.) i'e editor has rec3lved a lupous water melon from tho enterprising firm of Whiteilver and Groggy. The thanks of this ofllce Is due to these oys for there offering to the editorial stomachs. Next. Inez Myrtle Callen of Skemoshwosh will In future at as compositor In the Blad der olllce, versus Mr. Brown, resigned. We say "resigned" but the truth Is that we don't want no more union skunks In ours. If fifteen cents a thousand is not enough for men these hard times then we uon't propose to give more. The Bladder will not be Imposed upon and hues to' the line let the chips fall where they may. If the dirty thieves and political rlng eters and carpet baggers from Illinois and such like, thinks they are any strings on the Bladder they are badly fooled. We are In the battle for the peoplj and by the liberty fires In our heart3 Intend to stay there. Moreover such works don't go no longer. The people In this town are about full of fakirs, and we will not toler ate to stand by and see our fellow citi zens robbed by others when we are by. Mrs. T. Corcoran of MUhewashy passed through here day before yesterday from Portland where specialists has been treat ing her for menglnetas in her foot, a serious and complicated matter causing the greatest concern to the cood (lame s relatives. The specialists done the Job in good stylo and Mrs. C. is now better in health than she was previous. The Bladder got this item the same as It gets all, by solid work and rustling It, and It will be noted that our amateur contemporaries, not one of them had a line about It. Follow In toe procession gentlemen. The public Is getting on to you, and these scoops count every time. Score one for us. Have a sef gar. The low lived pups and whelps that bark like useless curs around our edi torial heel like a worm stung by the lash la. now, we are given to understand, put ting up schemes to elect Mr. Spindler to the job of dog catcher. It will be noted that Spindler's son was arrested for stealing last year and whats bread In the bone will come out In the tiesh. While we do not wish to offend any rran we must say in justice to our contituence that the son has become a bad egg ana while we grieve to bring It up still the public cannot have no use for tl)e oia man while the suspicion taints him with a child of this character. Next week the Bladder has made ail ar rangements for a sixteen page paper which will be a bute. Tlie Bladder em ploys more men, pays more wages, and puts your advertisements in for more reasonable rates than any sheet In this burg and we have got money to say so. The last week seven new subscriptions was received at our branch oltice in tha Jujt saloon, and four of them was in good hard old rye of the right sort. Our new prers Is new being settled for and will soon be on the road. The delay Is caused by the simple rea3on that we demand to pay spot cash to the manu facturers and they demand that we give a note signed by us which they want in preferment to the coin. However this little matter will be adjusted satisfactory in a few days. Watch for the Bladder's sixteen page. She will be a peach, of the first water. The moss grown sheets around us Is not In It. Come off. The Bladder will take care to give from time to time bono Hdo Information on the sale of wild cat additions to this city. We have the inside track of this business -anil prcpose to m'ake tho real estate Sharks put up. or else be exposed to the pu'jlic which they are one and all trying to rope In for suckers. We have Ircperty what Is advertised In this paper bv frlenils and it Is no wild eat addition ellher. Now we .will sell this for easy terms, and don't trade through another sole in this town for all are a gang of naysters and we will do the square thing. Write to the Bladder for particulars about settling here, &c, and we will reply prompt. When the town IIHs up we In tend to fit out regardless of costs a In f or mot Ion bureau, a branch otllce ;n Nate Digley's poker cafe, where strangers will be welcome and we can guarantee Nate will do the square thing by them. We have a representative In the cast now looking over the situation, and he advises the editorial chair that things Is brightening all over. We attribute no small share of this to our own tongue, which has al'ways rang out like a clarion with a cheerful tone over the country. Our old friend Jimmy Burgess who has laid off from dealing faro In consequence of 111 health got a streak of luck last night Jim bucked a crap game and laid down five twenties on tha lino, pulling out a winner. Jim visited us today and j done (he right thin? by flipping us a V ! which Is welcome as the flowe-s of May ' Just at this moment. While not holding j muc-h on craps and such like Ft 111 they do ' not do much harm to level headed men who wre O. K. In their brain. To such It Is a pleasant entertainment and can , be easy stood, while only the weak mind I ed goes down under the stream. ! So! ho! A new piece of dirt dealt out to us by the ring. We are on to you frlnds. The low brutr put us off a elec tric car and refused to let our dfg on with us, but we dived to the bottom of the conspiracy again and I personally have quit patronizing them, pass cr no pasn from this time out. Our dog Is we reckon on tie r.vme plane as us and who dare denv It? If the car company Vasn't so rartlcular about admitting dosrs into their cars and stopped murdering children every day In the week It would be better for their conscience. But the whole thing was a Job put up by the ring for a political racket, and we Jumped onto It so quick It made there head swim. Th proprietors of the Bladder hereby Viota fli htimtrp! r(nl T ir enIA hl thr . Is more Bladders took here in the pro j portions of 4 to 1 taun any other paper, j If this is not taken up In 24 hrs we de I clare the dirty itw1 -trH o take up the shiners, and henceforth ever hold your piece. So the railroad fakir has gone to Port land. Yes and we. suspect that gang Is going to . take a tour Into the country towns and ropa In more subsidies. It makes us sick. ' A rumor was flying around today that the old rag on the corner was In Its lust throws and that It would be bought in for a song. No wonder. The Bladder Is tho only meritorious Journal In this state out side of one or two. Everybody bo ac knowledges It. Some people here want to be rotte'n egged to be brought to their Ben3es. The Bladder alnk got no time to bother with street car hoodlums. Life Is loo short. i It .always sounds better to let some one else speak of your virtues than to always be gabbing about thein yourself. Self praise gives "that tired feeling." The Bladder's course of truth nnd jus tice is meeting with such approval that makes the Bladder swell with pride to think how the writers on the Bladder echoes public sentiment. The Bladder never gives In. It will suspend first. Seventeen men Is kept busy delivering the evening addition of the Bladder among our foremost homes and resorts. The army of carriers Is Increasing. We are gave to understand that the boy who delivers our papers, and. which we got quit of yesterday Is going around talking about not being paid up. This is a flat footed lie. We employed the scion of Satan at five dollars' a month and on offering to pay him in store or ders he got Into an excitement and tdated he would not take them, which they was value for value received, and legal tender. We had not the cash handy so did not pungle up the coin and seeing he would not take store orders, desisted from per suasion. Another lad, son of an esteemed townsman I. K. MeGriddle, has been cm ployed to deliver the Bladders, so our army and glorious hosts of subscribers will not be effected by the change. iJIr. Hammond has gone again. He is said to be at CorvaKls or some other up country town. Probably he is a work ing them up there for another subsidy, while he is waiting for people to give him more lund for the depot, which In the -4iaAlJer's opinion Is an outrage and we forthwith denounce it as such. It looks like Hammond was getting out of build ing this road. If 'he or the man Claflin which we are given to understand Is a cheap susipender dealer In the East, thinks he Is going to fool the people by having a couple of wheelbarrows and three Dagoes up at Tongje Point sweat ing themselves shoveling dirt he is off his base, and we hereby give him due notice that this kind of thing don't go any longer, and we are onto his works. RAILROAD RATES. Spokane Freight Rates to Be Readjusted. Eastern lines have consented to a raise In the rates from the East to Spokane, which will have the effect of making a corresponding raise in the rates from the Pacific Coas't to Spokane. The rule Is to be continued in force which was estab lished some time ago by the O. R. and N. Co., of making the rates from the Pacific Coast to Spokane 60 per cent of the rates from Missouri river points to Spokane as a maximum. It will thus' be seen that the relative position of Portland and Spokane as to distributive business in the interior will remain the same as It is at present. It is under stood that the new schedule of rates will take effect t'he 2Uth of September. The 65 cent per 100 pounds rate on ialmon from Astoria to Chicago was yesterday put Into effect by the Great Northern so that now the rate Is good over the O. R. and N. and Union I'acifie via Huntington, or the O. R. and N. nnd Great Northern via Spokane. MR. HAMMOND RETURNS. He Is .Accompanied by a Party of Cap italists. Last evening 'Mr. Hammond telegraph ed from Portland to hU people here tl:at he would arrive today accompanied Cy E. L. Bonner, of Montana, nnd J. E. Claflin, of New York, and L. B.'SeeUy, of Portland. Mr. Bonner, as Is well known, Is a partner of Mr. Hamnond, and Mr. Clnflliii the millionaire merchant of the Eastern metropolis, is also inter ested in 'Mr. Hammond's schemes and enterprises. Tliey have just in .id a a trip of Inspertion over tho Oregon O r. tral, which Is being Improved an! ex tended. It Is conceded t hat Mr. C'.allin Is look ing for good lnvsetincnts, and whim the ! trado is made on the west side that Is soon to start another town there he may be"Tound In It. THE STEEL PIPE. - Workmen, Under Contractor Kllner, Com menee Laying It This Morning. Mr. G. H. Kilner, of Portland, arrived in Astoria yesterday with fifteen men. Mr. Kllner has the contract for laying the steel pipe on the main conduit, be tween the head works and the reservoir and will commence work this morning. The steel pipe Is put In where the heavy pressure occurs, and where there is no particular pressure the wooden pipe Is placed. The contractor expects to dou ble his force in a few days when work wlil be pushed forward rapidly. Mr. Kllner is the same gentleman who put In the steel pipe for the Bull Run water works of Portland. A STATEMENT. The undersigned, one of the laborers cn the water works, wishes to make this statement In behalf of the worklngmen : Most of the laborers are Italians and Dagoes. They work from 10 to 12 hours per day for $1.23 .and board themselves. When a man is discharged he Is paid oft wlth a time check that has to be dis- counted one-havf. I worked IS days, and i can't get to sell the time check for any price. H. PULL. Aseoria, Or., August 27, 1895. C. R. F. P. UNION NOTICE. Regular monthly meeting of the Colum bia River Fishermen's Protective Union : - w. will be held at their reading room Tues- ! J75.000 PER WEEK using and sellln day. September 3, lsss;, at 7:30 p. m. sharp. Dynamos for plating watches, jewelry Members In good standing are requested and table ware. Plates gold, silver to be present and have their book or re- nickel, etc.. same as new goods. Dlf celpt along. ferent sizes for agents, families and SOFU3 JENSEN, Sec. J shops. Easy operated: no experience; hlK profits. W. P. Harrison & Co.. WORTHY OF NOTICE. ! clerk No. 11 Columbus, hio. There Is nothing but bold, clear-cut trutb. la the statement that to secure per- r.ct nt, quality and style in your shoes at the lowest reasonable prices you must go to the firm of John Hahn & Co., 479 Commercial street. ACREAGE FOR SALE-CHEAP. Ten acres in Summit Addition to Asto ria for sale at an extr?mely low figure. In view of all our railroad prospects. WU1 make terms to suit purchaser. j Address R. Lidddl, Astoria, Oregon. - NETS WANTED. IcMiKui niroa nets wanieu, hand seine, old web boiwht. EV-, l r A. an Small meah neta wanted, also secjnd; FOARD & STOKES CO. Edward Jackson, of Myrtle Point, was drowned at Bandgn last Saturday. It seems that the unfortunate man was gathering musse's e.n the rock below the mouth of the Coqullle, and toas wa.-'.ied Into the sea by a wave. His head was crushed by striking against a rock, rendering Mm helpless. The Ilfc-savlng crejw grappled for the body, and their efforts were rewarded by Us recovery on Sunday morning. Mr. John son was about 27 years bid and was mar- rled a few years Blnce to Miss Varner, a niece of R. W. Getty of Empire. His family consists of two children, one aged two years and the other 11 months. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. Da CREAM Most Perfect Made. v 40 Years the Standard. Clatsop Beacf? TIMED CARD OF TUB Seashore Railway Company In Effect August 36, 1895. Iloats leave sto:la one half liour before trains Icavos br!d;o. TKA1NS LEAVE BRIDOK. Timk. 9 a. in ,d.ily 4:i.' p. m. (exeepi Suudaj) 0:15 p. m. Sunday Connections. Uo-t fiom A t ria. i.outi' from Port and and Antoiiu. Boats from Astoria. TRAINS LEAVE SEASIbE. 7:30 f. in., doily Ilk at f.r Amoiin. 3:30 p. ui. (except Boats fo( Ast.ria and Port- Sunday) I laud. 5 p. la , Suuuay B uu for Astoria and Port- I land. For freight and passenger mtes apply to C. ' Lttil'fcK, sup't., Seashore Railway Co , Seaside, Ore. WANTED. WANTED Immediately, a girl to do second girl's work in private family. In quire at this olllce. WANTED Two or three furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Address J. F. Case, City, care of Water Commls lon. WANTED Agents to represent the old National Life Insurance Co., of Montpelier, Vt. For further informa tion, address U. M. Stolp, General Coast Manager, 82-64 Crocker Building, Ban Francisco, Cal. WANTED Man or lady to collect, do some office work, and manage agents. You will deal through your leading mer chants. Something new and very popu lar. We pay all expenses. Position per manent. Send four references and ten cents for full particulars. John Finney Mgr., P. O. Box 484, St. Louis, Mo, FOR UALE. FOR SALE-500 yards of earth exca vated from tunnel, to be delivered on premises. Pac.flc Paving Co. JAPANESE GOODS-Just out Just re ceivedJust what you want, at Wing Lee's, 514 Commercial street. Boy's riding pony for ealle. Perfectly gcp.v:le for youngest children. Has all the fancy rlldSng gaite. Inquire of Dr. Jjy TuUJe. A good buy at Long Beach. Nine room house. Furnished complete for summer travel. For description and terms In quire at Real Estate (Exchange, Occident Building. FOUND. FOUND A silver witch, which the owner can have by calling at this office end proving property. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished rooms; good lo cation fronting river. Capt. P. E. Fer ehen, 330 lTJh street. , FOR RENT A nice famished front room upstairs, with bay window facing ilver, suitable for two, at 313 Harrison avenue. LOST. LOST Thursday night, about 10 o'clock 129 fathoms of net. Corks branded F. M. Warren. Please return to Warren's eta- "on. ' ' TO LOAN. MONEY Apply to Astoria Abstract. I'Title and Trust Co. MISCELLANEOUS. Seventy-five to $150 a month paid to any one to represent us. Work almost nsy enough for a child to do. Mr. J. W. Niton, Boise Ctty, Idaho, made $244.50 in one week. Mary Bush, Lyons, Col., cleared $72.10 in three days. Rov. Win. Curtis. Aberdeen, S. Dak., made $14.00 the first day. No capita! or experience ne cessary. Terms and pamphlets free. Ad dress at once. Schepp & Co., 1020 Chest nue street, Philadelphia, Pa. ill TliesetinyCcTJsulcs aro KnivrTr.r - t. 1 r hj axiisam. 01 copaiba, GihcSa and Injoctiona. Wfl 1 They enre in 43 hours the V same u: wHho-.. tnvinran. , 1 . - rf WML I rl m 1 t1 I