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T11K MORNING ASl'OftlAN. WflMBSDAl. KEBftUAKY g. 'QUO.
ut low Hint) coHt.
C. H. Cooper
The Leading; House of Astoria
TODAT B WEATHER.
IfiHTI.AND.Ki'b. II. "rritn. Wawh
Ingioii ami Malio; o luilnnul ruin to
day. AROUND TOWN.
('hark K. Hum, "t .Caul Cliff. I In
W. II. Mi-'llvcn, i.f ri.rilund, la at lh
Ju.Iki. Ili-iiry Miillim "f I'urtlaiid li
In tlii city,
V, T. IU m, of Kunrtip. U at tin
K. M. lir.T.v. II, of Mr Mlmivlllc, In ut
UK. Orel. t. .ut,
'. V. II'. Il W I'onfliied Id IiI hmiitf
Willi li kn-,
('rawntr.li coikeJ In win at th Na
M. I'. Mimi.n, of Aliordi!), I In Uu
lty mi IiukIhc.
Juliii K. Zlllrr, of Kalaina, U at tl
I)on,t Htrdot Flh Market -Telephone
Thai. Tnilllnvr haa lirrn anltited
a upoolul curtum lnnH tor.
lt U-ront mral, UUInf Bun rtatau
rant, tlx Coimiirrt:lal lrL
Mr. M rnii.nnil liua returned fr.iin
a Suaiiiriu trip tu Sow York.
Mm. JimhiH (irlblcr haa riurni'i
from a ahort vlxll In l'"rlUncl.
I. K. rinniill, of HIIUlHiro, l In
Id tlty, la it Kii'-i at llio iNoldVtit.
Dr. Mil Mr. Pklnnor, of Kurt Ktrv
ma, rr In thr city ymiertlay,
Attiirni-y Kn-d Klr'tiir, of Vrtlmnl.
I a liiuklna itfli'i court mallT In tin:
A nirilut. tlin m Uaut'J yen
l.i.tny in I.'. II. Hlr-w.m..)'rr iiml Mlr
M iry Hitillli.
H. K. Hlnnli y wua up from hi K-a-ahln
rani'h yi-Mprtlay, .tilniillitB t
Th.i nmriliiKK of E. H. Htit-wmyrr
unit Ml Mary K. Hmlth I annoiince l
to titkp pluir today.
M. H. Wurr-n liaa ruilil to C. II. Thorn
huh tin- undivided onr half of n 4,
him k lix). In Mri'lur' addition.
HIIKIIMANH NKW WAOON-IUve
you awn It? For iditiioa, furniture and
ImKKUiro iiiovlna. H i" a humin-r.
rOiirni-y Itro.' the rnopi-r. have Jul
liii'cd liio(i lutrn'lM In hruttlr fur lh
Alimku FlNhrriiiaii'a 1'aeklnic t'ompuny,
Th iuHra Wfrr tlli'd with rollwmr
Fox yimliM-dny In I lie ale of Iho Hfam
r IwyT. Tlir amount Riven la JftioO.
Cream I'ure Ily-. Amerlca'a flneat
whlakcy. Tha only pura goodai a.uur
nntied rich and mellow. John I Carl
ton, aole aent.
Thi funeral ef the Infant rlilld of Mr.
mid Mr. AiimiHt Slever took pluee
yeaterdiiy. The Interment wa made
Ianli-I Hunt, n native of (Ireai Hrlt
nln, declared hi Intention to become
a cltlxen of the United Htatc at the
clerk'a oitlct yeaterdny.
The achooner Jewett arrived In from
Han Franclm'o yeaterdny and will pro
ceed nt once to tha Kuuppton mllla for
a return cargo of lumlier,
David Mcl'roaky will have churRe of
lh cold atoraicc plant of Treaeott
t?o, on the Hiieriunento river, and ex
perla to leave today for California.
Hoalyn coal Inata lonRer, la cleaner
and makea leu trouble witn atovea ana
chimney line than any other. Ueorfe
W. S:tnborn, Agent. Telephone JS1L
Itev. Thiuic Teurt la conductlnR a
nitIun of protrncted meetliiK. There
wiw preient liiHt evening a Rood auill
erne and one united with the church,
W. F. Ilulihard, M. D., an eye spo
elallMt of I'lirtluiid, will be In town on
Thnritduy, February 22, at 611 Cummer
clil I root, room 12, Hpexurth building.
Rnnlyn coal la the bent and most eco
nomical coal for household use In An
toi'la. Try It once and you will have
no other, Oorge W. Sanborn, Agent
Axel iHimi-H'in, agaliiNt whom two
I'hnrvea of buiRlnry are pending, en
tered a plea of not Riillty In the dis
trict court yenlerday und hi trial wiih
Met for Murch 2,
0. h. Houston haa aecured the con
tract for building the oil factory on
n runny Islanil, about two mile above
, Tongue point, for $7000, the bulldluRa
to be completed within alxty day.
Old Continental la a alandord high
grade Kentucky wUJaky. Absolutely
pure, and can bo recommended to those
seeking a atlmulant for medical and ao
'clal use. Sold by Aug. Donlelaoo, As
r,(;rs(rrt, i.-jft) firrif) srrrf s3)
6s)(m '. cj;jj (se (ytH-t)
As o Kpochil iruluwimout to rcdticft our nUck J f
jin-vidiiH to njtrinK urrivalrt wv will inuko a p
on tlie above nobby gooln
( 'ouni lliniin I'lKliiKi.r I un.tble to be
out owing to a heavy cold, which fui'ivl
him tu be iiliKitit from the council
ini'i-UiiR Monday nlglil.
Ir. Juy Tutlle bun riiinve1 hi idllce
nnt block i-t on 'oiomen lnl aireei
to the oitlre rini4 rn.enlly iN'ilipled
by lr. M. M Walki-r; eniranc mxt
d"or areal of John llnbn' h e Hiore.
The I.lldli-' llfllrf ('on' will glvn a
dance al Ftmrd Hlokm' Hall on Feb
ruary 27. Adinlluii UK, The pro
ceed will be ilevoled to clinrlluble
purpo!-, Kverybody ordMlly In
vllod. The ah-aiiier Hlgnul arrived In )e
irdity from Hi-at'l a 1 1 li IM Inn of
co.il fur the I'ai'ine tYai Cumpnny.
Hli.. mi nnrly n day luti' owing t
the lieuvy K"le which liu been pn-vall-lug
alonw tin' count,
The HrllKli l urk H-uchdull arrived
I In from llouoliilu yeletday In lmllu..t.
iand vm ImmeilUlely iUuruntln''d. A
noon H r li'iim il, aim will prm "! to
I'lirtlniid whi'ia l will tuke on a car
Ro ot wheat for Kuropi.
Mr. F. (I. Wonder, of 1'orllund, will
arrive In the city todiiy with a full line
of coelume fur the H"n of Her limn
niil'ileru'le bnll which will take pine
on February 22. Mr, Wonder will lmv.
hi Block illnpliived at 137 Tenth mvt,
Th Mtilt iiuuIiimi Die Ailorta Street
Hallway Company, brought by the Se
curity HiivliiK and TruHt Coinany, of
1'orllnlnl, to fine, lone the iniu tuue
held on the ym m, haa been luld over
In the dmtild cuurt until Halunlay. In
order to allow the defendant tbuw In
which to amend ihelr mawer.
A divorce wu grunted by Judge Mo
Hrlde yenierduy in Attorney J. C. Ap
plewhite, of Portland, from hut wire
l-Mitli I.. I". Applewhlle on the ground
of ilc.ertlon. The couple marrl-d
In Hun FruncUco In April. liJ.'. the wife
dent-rung lu-r himliand a year from that
(lute. No defenne Wit made.
Tim Infant child of Hargeant and Mr.
W. F. Heardaley. of Fort Kteirn. who
illed Mondiiy, waa burled yenteribiy af
ternoon In Ihn nilllliiry cenieiary at
Fori Ciinby. the ntennier Mlb-r nana
IMiiilug the funeral cortege from Fort
Sti veil to Ihe lulli-r place. ."riKeunt
IteurdHley h,m ninny ft-tend In alhletle
i In I. In AiMotlu Mho w ill rxieud to
him Ihelr x)mputhl In hi bereave
ment. A good many pelade are MiitnlellUK
why W, !. c)iinlin. W. C. Curtltia and
V. II. Ilowell are enmpliiR In AntorUi
JiihI !iow, mid why they ure coiinublnt
Ing wllh W.irretiloii naumill lte tiwn
er. Home ny there I "a hen on."
The above clipping waa ahown to Mr.
(IokmIiii lnt evening and that gentle
limn replied laconically :
"Therea nothing In It mu a tiling."
A mounted American bald eagle ha
liccn received by Kenny i Uiibbler, of
thl city, which la one of the finest
specimen to be seen In Orrgi.n. The
eugle wua almt on the Lower Columbia
at a point about twenty mites above
Aatorla about three week ago, and
wua mounted by a lrtland tiunder
mist. It niensurea seven feel from tip
tu tit) and It feather are pure white
ll U stuled Unit Captain Mcintosh
bun decided upon new tactics In the
work of Moating Ihe lightship. A cable
24il feet long will be secured to the
lightship at one end, while the other
end will be fastened to a buoy sta
tioned at a point In the sea. When the
tide and weather are light, a tug will
pick up the end of Ihe cable secuixd
to the buoy and haul the ship Into
Advlcea from Tacoma atule that the
Rt-amcr Olympla, which arrived lust
night, hrltiRH news that the MUnu Itlshl
Shipbuilding Company, of Nagasaki,
will commence work thl spring on the
construction of two sister ships, each
of tit00 Ions, for the Yokohama-Seattle
line of the Nippon Yusen Kalxha. This
compapy lias decided to build aa many
of Its vessels as possible In Japan In
In a private letter from Honolulu a
correspondent writes: "We are lead
ing a moat unedurablo existence here
In Honolulu. We are not permitted to
go out of the city, either Inland or sea
ward, and discretion keep us con
stantly within the confines of our door
yard. This will bo life's bill of fare for
some time to come, or, at any rate, un
til the quiit-iintlne la raised."
In view of the comparatively short
trip of the oriental steamship
Monmouthshire from this port to
Yokohama,' where she Is reported to
have arrived on Monday, the lt.tencs
of the arrival of the transport Lennox
licro Is not easy to he understood. The
Lennox steamed In yesterday and was
Immediately placed under Muurantlnn,
She will proceed to Portland as aoon as
relensed and talier on another cargo of
mules and store for the United States
army In tho Philippine.
A most delightful dancing party was
given by the Assembly Club at Foard
& Stokes hall last evening, the occasion
being one of the series nrranged for
by the club for the season, It was a
nioHt select and exclusive affair, only
nrembers and a few Invited guesta be
ing present. About forty couples par
tlclpated in the dancing, which contin
ued until midnight. Those composing
tho orchestra were highly compliment
ed upon tho inuslo rendered, members
of the club uniting In saying that the
Astoria boys excelled by far any of
the Importations heretofore engaged by
The German ship Margretha left
down from Portland In tow of the
tcamr It. It. Thompson at noon yes
terday, Him carries IL'0,f,:!K bushe s of
wheat, valued at tl7,5'M), Hh cleared
for Uueensiown or Falmouth for or
tiers, The Mururetha I the fifth
grain cargo to clear from Portland
since February 1, She Is dispatched by
Ihs Portland Fourlng Mill Company.
The Margretha waa somewhat dam
aged several week ago by a collision
wllh the German bark Magdalene, The
latter was headed down si nam, and
below the steel bridge got caught In
n cross current and took a shoot across
Ihe river. She crashed Into the Mar
gri'thu, which wa lying at the (ire-n-wlch
The following I taken from the Wll
lupa Harbor Pilot, of Ihe 10th list.:
Light House Inspector K. U. Taussig
wns on (he buy last week on a tour
of Inspection and announced that the
buoys would receive - attention thl
week ir next. He Inspected the light
house -and. although Captain Peterson
wu ubsent In South llend. found
everything In flrst-clus shape, as It
always Is, under Ihe cnp'aln'a sys
tematic, and elllclent niuuugeiiieiit, lu
Caplnln Peterson the Inspector Im
parled the Welcome Intelligence Mil
Ihe department had decld -d to continue
ihe IUht on thl harbor. The wond -r Is
that Ihe idea of abandoning ll ever
No further effort will be made to
rl,,.. i ilo. Iluhinhlti for some time, or
ut b unt not until d flulie urrungenv nts
can be made to have a tug upon the
scene at a propitious time, .Many
doubt the fiimihlWty of anchoring a
wow off shore and running line to the
stranded vessel and having lier murk
li..e uiiv not bv I Iih IIOIU. too rulild lim-
cess of a sleiim winch. "Time and tide
wait for no man, and inability to
set ure tho services of a powerful lug,
disengaged at a favorable "lime and
lldi," ha compelled lh contractor
upon several past occasions to forego
any promising attempt to Moat the
now weather-beaten craft, ami they
u-lll nrnttutilv Iimvm the ami oliMlnj-lf
to confront them for some lime In the
In an Interview In Seattle J. A. Ich
man, who wa one of the ere of the
torpedo bom destnyer tlol Isb'irough
on le-r manufacturer I rial trip on
the Columbia river, and hi wits or
dered to Seattle to serve on the vea -I
durliu her o'lli lnl trip In Puget sound
waters, i (iiioteit to base suid: "We
hud Hint- trial trip of the Caoldsbor-
iiitrh on Hit Columbia river and at
each she ha load" over thirty-two
mile an Hour. iter reiuin-meni is
thirty knots or about thirty-four mile.
The boat will make thla record here
without any gin-stlon. providing no ac
cident hapix-n to her machinery. The
trouble with her trial on the Columbia
river was Hint the water waa too shal
low. Oruwlng as much water as she
do-s there Is gn-at suction and In shal
low Hater thl retard her progress."
Th announcement that the Western
classlllcullon committee of Western
railroad lias refused to sanction the
one icr cent hundre Iwvlght advance
In rate on const shipments of lumber
la good new to the lumbermen. Hall
road men are also pleused with the
stand and predict (bat ll inea'is the
opening up of new markets In the Last
for the lumber products of the North
west. The advance was asked t ill lly
by ihe Southern lumlier dealers In an
enort to reserve the Kustern lumlier
murket for their trade. Since Its In
auMiiatloii fir lumlier has practically
lieen shut out from Ihe Kasl, with the
exception of long and heavy timbers,
which cannot be secured elsewhere.
The Inking off of this advantage will,
It Is said, place the Washington and
Oregon dealers on an equal basis In the
Kasl with Southern ib-uler.
hi: joinkd thk ani.
Reply Letter From Secretary of State
I'unbar to the Committee.
The committee In charge of organiz
lug the proposed new athletic club re
cently wri te to Secretary of State
Punbar, requesting him to become a
member of Ihe club. Mr. Dunbar's re
ply is Interesting. It follows:
"Salem. Feb. 19. Yours of Ihe 15th
Inst., setting forth the purpose and In
tention of the best people in the state'
to orgunixe an athletic club, at hand.
'I would, of fours'), be pleased to be
come a n. ember of a club organized by
Ihe best people', but have suspicions
that It I liable to contain some of the
noorest bowlers on earth: theiefore,
beiltate about Joining the organization.
W e have been bu.cy for the past inontn
trying to eradicate the poor re.-ord a
few fellows from Astoria left here a
short time ago. It has been expensive
trying to Induce the people here to be
lieve that Astoria ever heard of or saw
a bowling alley, and have lately been
seriously considering changing my real
donee to some other locality In Clatsop
county. However, If you will agree to
be less reckless in the future, and also
agree to practice faithfully on the al
leys one day each week, you may sign
my name to the membership roll.
"I am also authorised by Sam (Koz
er and Harry (Young) to nay you may
Um for them na non-resident memh -rs.
"Wishing you and the boys every
success In the organization of the new
club, with kindest regards to all. I re
main, very truly yours.
"F. I, DUN1UU."
' MATE: KlltlCS SLAYK15.
An Important Clue Discovered by the
Police In Seattle.
New light ha been ahed on the mur
der of William Kirk, mate on th
American ship Heament. whose body
was found In the cabin of the vessel
In Portland some time ago. An 1m
portant clue Is given by the Scattlo
Post-Intelligencer In an article of which
tlv following Is an extract:
"The publication yesterday morning
of the fact that Captain John L, War
ren, formerly master of the Ill-fated
schooner Hera, is wanted In Portland
for the alleged niurd.'r of William Kirk,
mate of the American ship Clarence
S. Heament, haa caused wide comment
anion the accused man's acquaint
ances In this city.
''At the ttnie the alleged murder was
committed the Portland police did not
know tho name of the suspected slayer
of Kirk. They knew that he was a
boatswain, who had been discharged
from the ship on which Kirk was mate;
that he had once been mate on the
Marlon Clillcott. and that he had a lit
tle linger missing from one of his
hands. The Blender Information was
telegraphed to till the prli Ipnl cities of
the ciust. Detective Meredith, of the
Seattle police force, supplied the In
formation to the Portland officers that
established the Identity of the accused
The accounts of the crime published
In tho Portland newspapers describp It
as a cold-blooded murder committed
for the purpose of robbery. Kirk and
Warren, whose name was then un
known, had been together often before
the murder, and Warren, It la said, dis
appeared simultaneously with the dis
covery of Kirk's body.
'While drinking, warren naa tatgea
of having ln-en male on the Marlon
rtdicott, Thl furnished the main due
thai resulted In hi Identification. The
Information wa telegraphed Chief
Heed, who detailed Meredith on the
case, Meredith ascertained that War
ren had shipped a mate on the Clill
cott at llaltltnore, In September, IMH,
and had come round the Horn on her
to Scattlo; that aftr the boat's arrival
here, he made a trip on her to Manila
a mate and returned to Senilis last
September, when h was given the
comnvmd of 'the Here, which wa
wrecked off the coast of Vancouver Isl
and In November.
"The description and photographs
widen Meredith secured from Warren'
wife, who Is still In this city, tallied
exactly with the description and ap
pearance of the noin who had been seen
with Kirk, and all possible effort are
therefore being Hindu to locate Warren.
"Warren disappeared from Seattle on
January 8. It Is claimed that h left
here because he had forged iwo-cnerK
for small amount and cashed fiein.
He t supposed to have gone to Port-lar-d,
and taken up his residence at a
sailor' boarding house In that city. It
I Mitld that he always refused to give
III name at the boarding house.
"Warren comes of a good Southern
family. HI wife at-d yesterday that
his people live In Wahlnl n City. Hi
ts a native of VliglnU, l u a good edu
cation and has sailed to all part of the
"in the arrival of the Marlon Chll
cott In this port from Haiti nr-. Cap
tain Wee,in and Warren were arrest, d
on the charge of lll-tieatlng S'ime of
the crew, but the cae wa never
pushed lo a full hearing.
".Mrs. Warren, when seen yesterday,
snld: 'I have not heard from my hus
band since he left thl city early Pi
January. He deserted me, and I have
no idea w here he 4s. He that as It mny,
however, I do not think him capable
of con milling murd'-r In C Id blood. If
he killed that man he was crazy when
he did It.'
Mr. Warren I a strikingly pretty
young woman. She I said to be of
Spanish parentag. She ha an Infant
ANoTHKIt DAMA'iB SPIT.
Clatsop Mill Company Again Made
Defendant, Thl Time for 115.000.
Another damage suit has teen
brought against the Clalsop Mill Com
pany by a former employe, who re
cently sustained physlcul Injutle while
on duty at the company's mill In this
city. The plaintiff In this lns'nti'.-e I
MUhnel N'-hh, and the amount asked
for by him Is I15.00 as com-nsatlon
for the Injuries received and as penalty
for alleged breach of contract.
The story of the case, as told in the
complaint, la that while Nes was at
work on a saw carriage In August last
a log struck him, crushing a number
of rih and Indicting serious Injury to
his back-bone. The mill jieople, so It
I alleged In the rompluint. made a pro
position to Ness, the terms of Ahlch
weie the payment to Ness the sum of
$."iU, providing for him all the necessa
ries of life during his Illness and con
finement and, afli r his recovery, loglve
htm i-irnmn nt employment at the mill.
In some cupoclty. throughout the re
maining year of his life. This propo
sltlon, It appears, was agreed to by
Ness and the company Immediately en
tered upon the details of its contract,
continuing to provide for Ness until
Fll lny 1 isi when, Ness alleges, they
s rved notice upon him that no further
provision would be made for him by
the company. A tiny de -lined to
longer pay the rent for the house that
hoa been occupied by Ness, he was ad
vised arbitrarily to go lo the hospital.
Ness now claims damages In the
sum of tl5,00, stating that he has been
permanently Incapaclated from further
following hi trade through the injuries
sustained, and that the action of the
company in cutting off his allowance
has ihmn him absolutely upon bis
own resource which are Inadequate to
supply the necessities of life and com
fort. The dny preceding the filing of this
suit, proceedings were instituted by
John Pentllla, another former employe
of the same company, for $20,000 dam
ages alleged to have been sustained
through the loss of his right arm while
No answers have yet been tiled by the
compnny lr. either case.
Ft !t BREACH OF CONTRACT.
Suit Against George Taylor, of Port
land, lo Recover $ir37.50.
A suit brought by McGregor & Nor
mlle against George Taylor, of Port
land, to recover J1537.50, alleged to be
due through a breach of contract, Is
twins tried before Judge Mollrlde and
a Jury In the circuit court.
The facts In the case, as revealed In
the complaint, are that In Mar;-h, li98,
the defendant entered Into a contract
to deliver the plaintiffs about 74(H) bar
rels of Jossen cement for use in con
structing the government locks at
Yamhill at the stipulated price of 12.50
per barrel. A partial delivery of 2000
barrels was made with the explanation.
It Is alleged, that more waa enroute
from Kurope on the City of Athens. It
wns found that 6000 barels of cement
were billed to the defendant at Port
land, but that he discharged all but
191S barrels of It at Port Loa Angeles
and delivered to McGregor & Normlle
only 1540 barrels. In order to carry on
their work the pralntltrs were com
pelled to purchase 2460 barrels of ce
ment from other parties and pay t3.12Vi
per barrel, entailing a loss of $1537.50,
Thla is the amount sought to be re
covered and a verdict Is expected to be
In tho circuit court yesterday formal
orders were handed down as follows:
Henry Teller ex et al. vs. H. P. An
derson, demurrer overruled and defend
ant allowed three days to answer.
Applonia Kubler vs. Fannie O. Por
ter et al., motion ret aside and dismiss
the service of summons and complaint
argued and subnlttecl.
Thomas Hush vs. John Ilagglaod et
al.. demurror ubmittJil and allowed
until February 22 to answer.
Building & Loan Land Company vs.
N. Clinton, sr.. settled and dismissed.
Mary E. Kagan vs. Chas. M. Kagun.
Mary TO. Eagan vs. Chas. M. Kagiin,
decree of divorce.
McGregor & Normlle vs. George Tay
lor, on trial before a Jury.
J. C. Applewhite vs. Edith L. P. Ap
plewhite Divorce granted; default.
Peninsular Land and Trust Com
pany vs. John Erickson and wife-
Paclitc Sheet Metal Works vs. Col
umbia Oil and Guano Company Judg
ment and decree.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
let. All druggist refund the money
If It fall to euro. EL W. Grove' sig
nature I on each box Ha
Its least virtue is
that it lasts so.
Soap is for comfort;
the clean are comfort
able. REGISTRATION CT VOTERS.
Total Number of Name on th Roll
Astoria Precinct No.
Astoria Precinct No.
Astoria Precinct No.
Astoria Precinct No.
Astoria Precinct No.
Astoria Precinct No.
Aatorla Precinct No.
Jorn Day Precinct .
riven sen ,
Young's River ,
Total to date 814
On Its face It may appear to be a
small matter, but in reality the an
noucement that the Burlington road
will begin running a solid train from
St. Louis through to Seattle is full of
significance. It practically means an
other transcontinental line from the
leading metropolis of the Pacific North
west to the leading metropolis of the
Mississippi valley. It means that we
ar to be brought Into still closer rela
tions with the illddle West through
easier facilities of communications, and
emphasizes the eagerness displayed by
the great trunk systems to get In touch
with the coming gateway to the Orient
and the north.
ANOTHER BIG OCEAN LINER,
It Is rumored that another big ocean
liner is to be bu'lt, which will rival
even the famous Oceanic In size. A
usual, American enterprise Is at the
head of the project. America seem
determined to have the greatest, wheth
er It be steamship, art. Inventions or
medicine Take Hostetter' Stomach
Bitters as an example of what has been
accomplished In medicine. It has
proved Its worth by over fifty years of
cures of stomach diseases. There is
nothing like this famous remedy for
Indigestion, biliousness, constipation
and nervousness It also cures liver
and kidney trouble, and prevent ma
laria, fever and ague. Be sure you get
tho genuine, with Private Revenue
Stamp over the neck of the bottle, or
you will not be benefited.
If you are sick and tired of rubbers.
which protect your fee from wet or
cold, and wish to cave continual re
soling of your shoes; If you wish to
stop greasing your n a races ana pro
longing the life of same at least
fitly per cent. If you wish to ave
greasing your Delta in your manu
factory, go to Peterson ft Brown, at
Astoria, and try a oase of soinune on
your shoes and harness.- but tout
shoes only of those who have that act-
Take no other.
Address. PETERSON ft BROWN,
General Agents. Astoria. Oregon.
YOUNG MAN PERSEVERING.
Father Didn't you promise to do all
you could to discourage the young man
who ooms to see you? And yet I saw
him kissing you last night.
Daughter O. hut you have no Idea
how hard he Is to discourage.
Iron and Brass Works.
18th St. and Franklin At.
Huffsclimidt & Lovell, Props
SC.MI-STCCl. rUSGASESE aid
rtlOSrrlOR DROME Specialty
IRON and BRASS CASTINGS
Thon 451, Astoria, Or.
Of the SONS OF HERMAN
To'be given at
FOARD & STOKES' HALL
February 22; 1900
Best Sustained Character
Ikst Cahc Walkers
Tickets for Masker Gentlemen, $1;
Ladles, SO cent; Spectators, 10 cent;
Children, IS cent. For isle by any
of the member, r"r
Specially Prepared for HshSna Bests
Hammond's Coin- Special Breakfast Hacon
Hammond's Calumet Breakfast I'acon
Hammond's Salt Bacon and Ham
Boiled nam, Groceries, etc., etc.
A. V. ALLEN
Tenth and Commercial Strcct.4
A Delicious and Palatable
Drink Absolutely Pure
The North Pacific Brewery, of which Bottled Deer for family aw or keg
Mr John Kopp i propnetor, make beer beer (applied at any time, delirery in
for domestic and export trade. the city free.
4orth Pacific Brewery
Golambia Eleettie & Repair Go
COLUMBIA IRON WORKS
Heavy Forging Under Power Hammer a Specialty
Sole Manufacturers of the Unsurpassed
... " Harrison Secton" Propellor Wheel ...
Contractjrs for Electric Lights and Power Plants.
W. R SCHEIBE,
at 5akeri' Article.
474 Commercial St.
...The Esmond Hotel...
PORTLAND, ORE., FRONT AND MORRISON STS.
Buropa pla, 5oc to psr dr. OSCAR ANDERSON, Manager-
American plan, $1.00 lo 100 per dy. J. C. PKSDEGAsrT, Chief Cler .
The Only Mrstwiass noiei in noniana 5
We Rent New Typewriters
WEDDIflti CMOS i g. SMITH & CO.,
COPPER PLATE PRINTERS
Pacific N avigation Company
Steaaiers-"R. P. Elmore," "W. II. Harrison"
Only line Astoria to Tillamook, Garibaldi, Bay City, Hobsonville.
Connecting at Astoria with the Ore eon Railroad Sc Navigation Co. and
nlso the Astoria A Columbia River R. B. for San Francisco, Portland
and all points east. For freight and passenger rate apply Ij
Samuel Elmore & Co. General Atrents, ASTORIA, ORE.
COHN A CO Agents, Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co.,
TILLAMOOK. Ore. A. A C. 11 K Co. PORTLAND. Ore.
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the Always Reliable
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See our latest
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