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r j o Boole! ASTORIA PUir. UVM ASSOCIATION. iviJh,. i."1" such r.f :.,' ,.' . WW U (1 lt fasT r rfh . a i II st ilish i -7. AriTOKIA. OHEOON, KttlDAT M0KN1NG. AUGUST 11. 18 63 VOL L a jr. r v i OUR Stoves - Aro not rondo from the tcrnp-ilo or in a kimlcrgnrteu school. Eclipse Hardware Co. Wo CJIvg. TroUlns Blfiitipg. GRIFFIN RALSTON... HEALTH CLUB Acne Gluin F.rlns, Acme Wbnt AT A. Pacific Sheet MANUFACTURERS OP ...CANS... Salmon Vegetable Frolt Lithographing on Sao Francisco. Cat. Astoria. Ore. Writ U for Prl.. Here Is a List Ot some High Grade Goods at moderate prices RALSTOX HEALTH PCUDS Id rjreat vsrlcty fresh from the mills. AROMATIC Sl'ICES flunrantecd the finest. TILLMAXN'S fUKE EXTRACTS. CHASE ft SAXHORN'S COFFEES ire nn rlvollcd. Together with a host of other good things. ROSS, HIGGINS 6k CO flem Zealand Fire fosoranee Go Of New Zealand. W. P. Thomas, Mgr., San Francisco. UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF SHAREHOLDERS. Subscribe! Capital ' ' $5,000,000' Pftid-Up Capital . . ' , "1,000,000 Aasots 2,545,114 Assets in United States .' :' 300,000 Surplus to Policy Iloldora 1,718,702 Has been Undorwriting on the Tneific Const over Twenty-two yearn SAHUEL ELMORE & CO., Resident Agents, Astoria, Oregon Tinware BOOKS... Blank and Miscellaneous. PAPER... New Crape and Type-writing. Waterman Fountain Pens! tux Decorated I'oper ami ICnvslop-too. & Breakfast Food Barley Food Select Bran Yeast Cocoa FUkrsind Siandard KolW Oitsj m m ' Kit T V. ALLmO; Metal Works spice and Syrup Tin a Specialty. Falrbaven, Wisb. Each PurchaHcr of. TEA, COFFEE, SPICES, EXTRACTS Ait ur ttnre rV Mckat tsllns; them to Mltrtlon of nr arista In th rrkr7 Vf hard. Foard & Stokes Co. Your Wife Will llk It; io will IX. . B. il.fr til who uh them. IM M1M" SMS If your btir half dwt th caektM. that U in 1llt!nl raaana why Ibvr hould b a Star Ciiiia Rant in roar ktich.n. Tba u.a of Ih.m prmiti vorrf and dlMppolmmonl. W. J. SCULLT. Aeat, 411 Boad Stmt. JJE ppQOF tf tba puddlnc tba aatlnc and tha proof of Uoora IS IN SAMPLING That", an arg-omanf tftat'a dualv a dwnonatrauoa. Oura will aund (h. tt. con HUGHES & CO. NOT EVERIi K1NDOFSHOKS find entranoa to our etore. We bar the ort made ot poor nock fllmelly put tof tether. Maker, mutt deliver goodt which are up to our standard, and that, (ood enough, otherwli. they an rejected. W. present .very variety of ttyle. These Heme will enable you to Judge i what two or three dollar, will do here, dee our new cushion shoe. Petersen & Brown. E SOCIETY OF LONDON. BatabHAed Iu the re4r. of Quean' Anne. A. D. ITU. I FIRE AND LIFE. tlUDeonoM Capital I aw.ww u) Assets IMU.tMIO iBurpltii to policy holder. IMA N Bxclutlv of paid up capital Law Union and Crown Fire and Life Insur ' ance Co. Subscribed or guiraataed cap- ttsl IT.M0W0 00 Capllai paid up 1.S38.S00 00 Assets , sj, un.ua iw ; Catton, Bell & Co. Gen si Agents, San Francisco, Cal. Samuel Elmore & Co, Resident Agents, Aitorla, Oragon. K " i wm IB REGIMENT IS NOW FREE Seven Hundred Volunteers Arrive In Portland and Are Dfshnded. GREETED BY RELATIVES Banquet it tbeAnnory at Wblcb General Summers Was Pre sented With Sword. 'THE LOST BAfeK MIDAS MeuJftFouidlaBrcaktn it Lonr Btict-BurrlciD OtnolltbtsSu Jttta i Porto Rico. POKTI.AND, Ax. .-Tb Bcd Or. ton tavot baa dubandrd and th. men 'tmv riui-nrd to tbalr bxmMa after IS nunvti in th vulwrtmr amur of tba ' rJ atatta. StAU trains fcaarlnc jaUnM VM V(witvra arrlrad bvra at 4 I Ar rvCaJWn and trumim bad Trttrd ;w rorantrrra. thy imrehfd up With Miwt to Mrrlui and out UorrUna to UuRiMnah Wd. Th, proo4oa wm bcadrd by th. O. N. O. followed by tt tmsM btLttioa and O. A. a At fultinah Bd flva flwuaxad (roul bad aaaembied. Aftr a abort drlil kr t?w vokmtr, Ooeral Sununcra turned over the c" oro at th rtfknct n Owornor Oor. wlo aMxnM tnrtn la a row ramarka oa be half of the atar. At the armory tMa eveolnc. the re1 bmK waa tndrd a banque at lch Ofliml Sumimira waa ixaHtMrd wltb a aword. Aatunf Uie deoorationa wMi attrarted ; cera( attentkin waa a Ntr Arom- cao flac euijM-wtod over Sixth attvat from the Hotrf Perttaod to tha peat office, ft wat ba flrat Aroorkaa flag jaanlfd on I'htltinane and U now Ike prup.Tty ot Ovneral umraera. DARK MIDAS HEARD FTUML MMa at IoC Bco Bajrhif "AU ORTLAJn). Aiw. W.-Wnat baa every appmnuu of bWnc a leaalae tne rrom rb t bark MAi, waa found floenkic la the breaker. Jaat oft 8lout' l4ao, akuut four, mlHw nortto of the Oiumblkv rlwr. Tueaday br Jobn Kkw terman. t tM diy. A allp of pteT waa found In a bottle wblcb Klortermna .wured While In baihinf. A. far at U coirid b totrir'td by hand writlnf xtxTt. y whn It wai erarolned, tke niniwe read aa followa: "Drtttah Bark Mld, ballaat ahtlud. all In mruill boata, ftret mate", boat if all. H11 all drown " The taM -)rda of the measewe were f Uidlmlm through ttie arreot naa wHtJi wMch thry were written, and the tmUnt er pencU marta. that they ooil4 not be dederel. The attrnature, ex vt fw the wnl "CwL" wai quite plana ;' - ! ft Uj Tie Mfckia mlled from Kaajkl. for Portland, January, 1S98, alPlk irew of 16 men. to load wheat. On reettot of the meeaag the eljna- Mr. wue oompared wttb that o CM-taln Measwrr on We ctoaranew ppcr at the outh bouae. The reeembtanca to to trlklng as to leave small room for doubt I aa to Its being mad by th captain of tfhe lost Midas. HURRJCANB AT SAN JUAN. Four NatWe. Drowned in th Harbor and Much Property Destroyed. BAN JUAN DBS PORTO RICO, Aug. 10.-A hrrrlcano broke over the south coast at 1 o'clock Tuesday morning and awept the northwest There was no abatement for nine boure. At San Juan four native were drowned tn the harbor; eighty house were de molished and hundreds wer unroofed. Th. ism., to nrooerty to e.Umated at 1500.000. Commlesory ..ore. to th. of 150,000 were destroyed. A despatch by cable from Pones, tent at 10 o'clock this morning, says th. towa AkiWMl aX frun OV JAMAICA COASrr. Itmny FVhilfiir And Dtairn Amur Survivor. Ki.vomr.v. jim An, ut-m lrm.m bullrUn. rfort eht tin rut rn and nortKrtrD dMtrMn o IVwnto k m dunMnl; (hat Owxl'loup lw (urferxd illlirljr awl that MinUmU nd Atvtlmm hav nuffrd ewly. Ma"X of t IntatMnmU r bomalrsa. Cuht vtm la dwtrrd and pkutton r wanknt. Vlrfln laknda. pvticttlM'.y ToftMlt. M SI. Orcdi wer tlvt norrt uffarvm TT)ty r(it rawtltta ana (X trtMi Mnortf tb urvr, Wkt prop ft Inma. THE OlS DErENDEH NBARLT BRATS COLUMBIA Over Thlrtyen iflle Couree Latter Wine by Only Fourteen flecooda Soul fytlrrinr Race. VLN'ETARD MAVBtf, XMt., Af. 19- Tha otd Defender praoOoany won tne race atcalnat the CotumUa today, if time allowance waa (tveo, In the dlrt!eet eort of wwther for a yao dub cru4e. But the rktbry, K muat be admiUed, waa nr than well earned, knd yarhtatnea of the New Trk Yacht Club and fue. nvf Mt before, and may not ee. aai yean, aucb a laWn aent The roarcM between the faraoui iloop. wal M eeoomla over a minute toil) mile run from Breneon'a Beat Igbtahtp, off Nowport, to the Weat Chop buoy la the Vineyard aound, with a ohaflsa In the sourae at Vineyard aound Vfntahlp, Wa trite from tha start The rare between the Columbia and Defender waa fairly soul atlrrtnf. After both rot ejway oyer tb. .tarttac Une, It wa. nip and tuck for almost an hear, the Defender Just a hair'i breadth, eora- mrattvrly epeaklnc, la tba lead, wttb tha CotumUa abeam. At huK tba Colum bia made a lead so that tba Defender V W Inq nnl J"q pon aaoao pinco wa.1t away aa the heary breesa bava the tamer down and made her lose the dis tance on numerous raffs. THE SHORTAGE IS ONE THIRD Plshlnj Season Closes Wltb. Its Best Run Still it tfat Klrer. MAKING FOR TUB DALLES Wbere tke Ffeg-WliNls aai fltch forka Will TbiwTbem Oat i September. At 11 o'cioik noon yewerday. the (toh lng e-iaon termmatofl, aa prescribed by state hnrtslsitlre enactmost. Its cXise waa marked by a feeling of issa.tlartJoiv- preuoncoivvd knowludge that tha run of years find the run off sa'aton annually etaokenlng; thait (he eoaeon Aevewrtatea an extension to medt the unalteruhle de cree of nature whtoh now operate, to send the flsh Into the larger river. kiU-r and later a rime oroaln. their mood and ebangw, August M, finds tit Co tuniWa river Hahermen with but two thtrJe o? ttietr work acomvtlehp4, but tTie dmd tlitrd sited them, bad the ktiw so Ibeen constituted a to grant th ftoh oommJssioner't JurhoSctton in the emergency. Fir or ten Says aildad to the August dostng date this year would represent thousands of dollar, additions) to the fishing fleet, and consequently, an equal rum of money for the further pro notion and welfare ot the etty of As toria. Deputy Ftoh Commissioner A. D. Board man, who la now a guest at the Occident hotel, talked wtth aa Astortan reporter yesterdad' relative to hta vtsH In an of ficial caipaorty. "It my purpose," sold Mr, Boardmaji, "to look th. tltum. tlon jarrfully over at:thla pCot. Today I .hall take a launch and cover the Washington shore of the Columb a, more, perhaps, to learn the condition and pro- th nn)n M ,hn other' wise, for I anticipate no violation! of the fishing laws. I ha3 be aocompanled Mr. 8. D. Butt., th. recent deputy. hom 4t Ilwc0' Mr' be familiar with the purposes of the tr'p and I shall no doubt quickly gather tuch ' Continued on page four. THE REBELS HAVE FLED American Army Makes Pe conalsance but Fails to Find 1 he Enemy. GEKERAL OTIS' ORDER Closes Insurgent Ports to later- IsIflndTraffc-Iosireeot Ports Closed to America ds. SAN FERNANDO BOMBARDED Cosboati Shell the Towa.tb Rebels Flceloff toibeBllls-Towi Bally Damif ed. ItANIliA, Au. kt-4:5 p. nv-OOcial reporta received bar. from tba toene of the recent Aghdag wttb th FHIpinoe, r today wm apeot la reoonntttanc durkig which tha Amertoaa troopa found tvnr of tb eoecny. But there were M engagemenU 4 to portaace. A baltalioa or tne Derma Infantry, uodw Major O'Brteo advanced very dose to Angeles. The major re port, there are about W Insurgents tb?re. A battaaoo of th Twelfth Infantry made a rexnnaaisanc tn the direction of Porac, but the enemy there scattered. The ratio budy of tha American army U at Cahi- lum. The Hoes bar been lengthened ma- terwJlyr atnc the aavanoe wa. flopped yesterday and now tncJuae. In town, oi OtsiKua and Bants Rita. Ofejor General Otle today toeued order closing th ports m tbe nanda f the Insurgents to iDter-irlaod traffic AgumaMo Issued a decree July H. idatrd from Tarlac dostng the taaurgent ports to vessels flying the Amerlran lag and mrtLmg vessels under other Hags te vWt tha. Th rasters ooder- foreign flag oanoot trade wtth these per without running the stocsde. The goiibaats Concur, Yorktown, Cal- Css and rmpangs bomtarcM San Fern ando Taeaday. The FGssteoa rapkvd w:th mmoa ani muakocry sa boar and then tea to th bUs. me canVoatt firing est thorn through the awihina guns until the refcew, dVsesassred- The bombard saent contiaael sr saas time after- wrarss an man. fcouso were readied and tanrayet ut the town was not set on rire. Tba guntosta -M sat atnd men. lie rrM kosnrs an nvt taswn. Tae rahed Baxtes tnuiepert Sheridan j fessiled lor bosna today wits mes of I the South Dakooa ngbnent, 9M of the UVhvMMtas rsrsnent au9 I men ao- irgta from vritns orgaaiaatlona. KT.MCTON TRAH. MtNERS BHOdTGarr to wranxjel. IiTthe eaitlwa Tell Hartrelrtng Stor ies of HaniehkM Endured and Com rade loot and Alwndoned. WRANGHL. AUuks, Aug. 4, via Sfat tie, Aug. W. The Stlkeen rtr .teamer Stralhcona arrived here today wtth 30 eurvrrort of the Ednikniton trail. They are: M. Rsndleman, Chicago; J. C.1ff, Vancouver; W. T. Munn. Mlswourl; E. H. Lyons, Missouri; W. Cwter, Manito ba; M. Oatig. Chicago; O. Ve'er, Cana da; 8. W. Morgan, Sllverton, Or.; H. Fenk, Los Angrtee; Q. Oaifney, Los An. geles; H. Berton, Salt Lake CKy; W. Hlnxanan, Chicago; C, Jefferson, Ashhury Park. N. J.; J. Moore, San Francisco; of. Voeey, Ohib; J, MoQlUvray, London, Bng.; W. Roed. Canada; O. Reed, Cana da; J. Lvtn. Otta,wa; J. Hackney, Ot tawa; E. H. Dunbar, Seattle; W. H. Dunbar, Seattle; M. Tall. Chnatla; E. H. TaK, Canada; M. W. Weisen, Chicago; A. H. Tkrar, Prince Albert 'Province, v ssSscmiuY Makes the food more sovni en Canada; C. HtesVI, Ctilcao; W. II. WVH, MkasrMirl; D. RdljertKin, Vum.v.1. ver; I. O. Tomttnson, Taooma. Alt thj nwn cams' tn erlth pack ttukria sent out from Tekwrn oreek and Laketoo and varloua tratKng com pantos last aprlnf. The unfortunates tHI beartrendrrrkie; etorlea of bulwll endureJd, conrmdnt luat and abvwKexxl; and stronfly de nounce tha tredlinr and tranatwraCoo oompanlea, as we4 aa the Canadian ofTL- ctats and nersiiapert that so profusely advertised thia route aa a feasible one bo tha Klondike roMneids. To outwam nHwaranoea these meo leitatnly give evidence of tuffrlngs imuVrgone sVoce leaving Edmonton, IS maOn s. AMt of thvtn are ta-kly kooklng, wttb unkanpt beer and (.reaay ctothea, pkituras of physical and AtanvUI wrecks. Several are pnns curefly gray and bear marks of scurvy. Few have Just enough money to reach Seattle or Victoria, but the majority ar. without fun. to. The citterns ot Wraa- fH have appeals! to the Unl;tsd Botaa goveronent at Waarangton, but up to Oris date no wU baa been rWTd. There are oow abvut SO dnttttu. min er, hers. FAVORS INCREASE OF THE PHILIPPINE ARMY. Senator Hawley Urged tha Matter on He President Baverei Tlmea-Haa Confidraoe Io Otto. NEW YORK. Aug. Mt-Seoator Joseph R. Htrley, of Conneclfcut. aa-led f Eune yesterday. He wtU epend momht In rural England. Jutt befora. nit departure be eU: I a-n giad U sco ttet the rm ' the PhlUpine Wanda to being iiToreed.. I have unsed tuch an mcrmae from tha outset and some months ago I saw th president teveral ttroet to urge upon htm the n of tending reinforcement to tn toianue at once. Then I receive lirhti Information from Manih wbjoh onvtoced me that I waa right. I toJd ,hi n.jr before, the president at one. 1 1 m Iur( tnst w, haU gt a'.eng very I weU here n future. Is General Otto likely to be renevwd of cwnmand there T ' I don't think so. I don't tee why ha should. 1 have a great deal of cor.nueo". In him. I beaeve he is a good man fo km im creajL howl going op from the colored Journal. Thjy began with Burgeonnera Sternberg and tried to kill him. They tbea hlfud to AVer and thry fltMfhHl hkn. And now they cVrn't e any on to go for but Otis. They can tie a tin kettle and yH "mad dog.' but I think. the pubDc to begtnrdng to e behind tb -ck.er and to take thing more quietly,"- BL'RN PLENTY OF BED FIRE. iMiUvlniey'. Advic to th Dewey RectgH UV of th DUKrlct of Columbia. WASHINGTON, Aug. 10. "Gcritle men. burn nlaty of red nra," That was PresilK MuKinley's empbeirk: adroonl tton to the representwtlre of the citl tens of tb dtotrk-t when they called to toneiCt wtth hkn regarding th arrange, nwnta for the reoejtka to Admiral Dewey upon his arrival la Washington. Wlwn the ohta: exouilve of the nation vtawB the olty on the ntght of Demey Day, he win find that Ms injunction, has been curried out must faithfully. Admir al Denvey will be escorted to the capital by a oomunlttee on the clay the nation' sword. Is to be presented to him. That nlsht there wtll be a monster parada. Every org1 irrfxa lion In the District of Columbia will be Invited to participate In the prclon. Every mtlfcary body. all tha cavlc, fraternal patriotic, ooi ami be-iJWlit rH3l!tl and the blcyda dubs wtU be Included. An energetic: ef fort wtU be made ro have each body In line make some distinctive Ulu.r.tin cn its own aoaourrt. There wtU be elafb- orate lUUmdnatitonia alongi Hihe Jlnel of march. GOLD DUST FROM ALASKA. SEATTLE, Aug. 10. The ateaoner Quean arrived from Alaska, today. In adcUtllon to 150 excursionist, she had 100 miners from Daiwson and Atttn aboard. The amount of goto dust they carried la ortknated at 1150,000. l J A r . Pure delicious end wholesome pewrt ee. , .