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I UK MOItNINO AHl'OlllAN. THIJKSIMl, . KEMiiiilti i:2,Jk
aJ rtvA-?riw Si7fi) (M, ftS
As ft Hprcinl indtieciinnit (( ri'ilnco nir Murk
picvidiiH to H)rin nrri vain wo will nuiko u
liii'o reduction on tlm above nolly jjoimIh
at U'hm than conk
C. H. Cooper
The Leading House of Astoria
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I'OltTl.ANli, lVli. 22.-ii-Kim,
nmt WuMliliiHliMii ruin today,
J. II. W'oui) cif Kuliiimi I In tlin
lluaioii ir Iifuyeilo U In At-
ttianln unit Mr. Cunllticr are In
Ml :yr1 of H'a"l'tc U vlxlilnv In
V- KiibIIkii i.f Cltttukunli. U at llir
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II riwlati of rnrtluml U t tli ,
I urtu-r ni"". I
Mr. ttinl Mr. K. I.. llow of Hmnlilo
nr In thp t'liy.
noml Strict FUh Mrkt Tlephon
UlilnTt TillkiT of I.OIIR ll( li I In
the fity on iMiMnma.
Twrnty-i'litlit ri'tflHtrntlim r tJ
iM to tho roll yrtrrilay,
t IS-cont meat, nuinf Bun rtitau
rant, U Coinmcrclal ttrt.
0. I. Kim"ll of ('ortluml I in th
-ty, r gui-Ht at tlio OfflJt'nt.
Kl. Ali rut of Hi'imlilK I In th city,
Mttrii.lllll! to lillNlnr BIT ulr.
T. K KittH. r of Ilrtnco U In t lie city,
it iipt nt th Ator hou.
Tht loml KiiIkIK of I'ylliln will
vliilt ItniihT I'xUo Hntunlity nlRht.
'utility Arnifnor J. A. WihxI of Kalit
m I In tlti city, a. Kurt nt Hie (H-cl-I'-ni,
Th coiiitltlon of (iiiri(o Crulck
Mhiink I tvp irti-il to tx' lirimlnu more
K. S. Uui'hii'l of I'ortlitml cum down
on tin niitl't train and U kuci t
Tlio Hi lilnli lii i k lli-i-chiliilo, In from
IioiioIiiIii 'l'u. 'H In y, will lx rp"neil
fnm iiiuiuntlu loilny.
A tniM'tliiK of tln li) nl Ti'inpornnce
l.Klon will be IhIiI In (ho V. f. T. L'.
room at 4 o'clock thl nftiTiioon,
J H. nml J. v. (hirdonn of Pendleton
urrlved In tin. city on the nkht train
and tire kiihIn hi I lie Occident.
Si I Ull t ii in unled by u cninvrlellt
yoiiiiK woiimn to do K'iieral Iiihiha
work. Addreii J., Atorlim olllce.
Mr. ii n I Mii. H. Nuriulle left on the
eveiiliiK triiln for I'm tlund, nfter ppend
Ini; u couple of day In the city.
Iiiivld A. Itime, u native of (Ireat
Iirltuln. wit Kninli'd full cltUi'imhlp
paper by Judun Mcllrlde yi'nterduy.
Thi (3erin.ni hlp t'hlle cleared )e
terday for the United KliiKdom with
ViS.tM buHhel of wiient, valued at $75,-
t'lty Surveyor Tee will move hi of
fice ' the illy hull today, occupying
the ndlcn formerly devoted to the U
of the city attorney.
Walter Jai'liHon, ono of the beHt
known and imHt popular travellnK men
out of Portland, I In the city looklnii
after the IntcrenU of hi hoiiBC.
Cream I'ur Ilye. Amorlra'a flneat
whlflkey. The only purt fiod; juur
nnti ed rich and mallow. John L. Carl
Ron, aole gnt
Hoilyn coal hint longer, la cleaner
and make leu trouble with itovea and
chimney Hue than any other. George
W. Sanborn, Agent. Telephone 1311.
The JapnneHo tramp atenmcr Doyo
Maru, .from Yokohama via Honolulu,
arrived' In the lower harbor yesterday
afternoon and wan Immediately placed
rtoKlyn coal In the belt ana most eco
nomical coal for houHehold uie In As
toria. Try It once and you will have
no other, tleorge VV. Sanborn, Agent
The poKtolIlce will obnerve tho aino
hour today n are obaerved on Hun
day, tho office being open to the pub
lic from 13 to 1 with one delivery In
I ho morning.
Old Continental I a standard high
grade Kentucky wl.lrky. Absolutely
pure, and can bu recommended to thone
Reeking a ntlmulant for medical and ro
clal use. Sold by Aug. DanJelson, As
Dr. Jay Tuttle has removed his office
ono block west on Commercial street
to the oillce room recently occupied
by Dr. M. M. Walker; entrance next
door west of John Hahn's sh:e store,
Word has been received from Flor
ence to tho effect that both the tug
Maugli! and the schooner Berwick have
been taken off the rnml-splt at Blus
law and that the rescue was due chief
ly to the energies of the life saving
crew at that point.
It U iiMiioiiiic.'il rulnlili Hint
mil m iw iiiii'Ik wlliilti a i-miil of
M-ikN for ull warrant oiiinlumtliiK
iiKuliml lh niuiilv limrliiK ilitli' prior
t FViiriMry 1, Ih.h,
TIioiiui llryct, of Alutkn. tint fnr-ini-rly
of tlil rlly, ri-turii'l to 1'itrt
I it Ml In! i-vciiliiu. iifn-r mi Him n
i'ntiil of iluy Willi frli'iiiU HltfinllriK
tin- AiiiiI)Iv iluficlnir party.
County Ork Wlii'rliy .ii'lvfil no
lllliiul'in il rdity that th urvcy of
towimlilii 4 KDUih, r.uiuo 7 cunt, him
Im'-h mi riii uml Dip Inml will be
ciprn for riitry ufti-r April 1.
(nunrllinin I'.rlx. 1'urkir nml IIcIut
n it k a u wire iniiiiifil yi-m.riliiy ly
Muyi.r llfiiiinitii to confiT with th
county cmirt rflntli. to tin- rnll'vilon
of ri'iiil poll tuxi In i lir- city limit.
Tl'r I'iiIiimI HtHti-R Knvi-rnim'nt I oil
v.rllnlhK fr lilu krniili to no to Ma-
nuifi-n Kin ruiu'ii ior ami n tmi-
rry f ,;i ft ,, , j,,,,,, Nn
bin oImt. rump'-liMil men aiv wunt- il.
iilln.. Hlntfi-n mo culled for ami n fill
The Hon of Hermann will jilve tln lr
aniiiMl imtmiuerade ball at Koard A
HI iki-s hull tonlKht. A lurtte crowd la
eipirtid. The Columbia orrhcHtru,
which wa so lilglilv compllment.-d by
the AsKembly Club, will furnluh the
A H-lltton wa circulated among the
merchant yi terduy afternoon to clove
up all place of buslne today at 1:30.
Tim movement met with favorable re
sponse and the store will oe clned
generally throiiKhout the city after the
The l'nlted Htate llchlhoiiKe tender
M.inr.inlti, Captain Uregnry, arrived
etcnlay morning from Port AngeleH,
hay the Victoria, II. ('., Colonlm of
Tueduy, and uncborrd for a short turn
In Jiunei bay. Hhe I on her resjulnr
cmlne In the gulf, tending the light
Contractor L. l-beck will commence
woik on a new slip for It. mi, lllk'i'ln
A Coiniinny today. Ill pile dilv. r wa
broiiKht over from Harrington point
at an curly hour yesterday morning by
the lt Hunt. The pile driver wu an
chored In the channel and wa In
gieai damjer of being swamped with
It crew on board.
P. II. Page. K. P. Kendall and Wll
lliun Krslne were. In the pmbute court
nt Portland uppilnlel uppraiMcr In
the mutter of the estate of II. II. lloth
wlck. d 'enxed, to upprnUe an Interest
In the teatiilnnt Jenle Hnrthwlck. All-ttiorl'-atlon
was Inmicd to Dan J. Moore.
admlnlHirator of the ctnte, to flic n
new bond In the sum of t:M.OO0, a bund
In the Fidelity A Hiposlt Co. being
The ten-day' meeting conducted at
the Hulvutlon Army by special from
Portland and mlnlHter from different
churches of this city are Increasing In
IntcreHt and the crowd nre steadily
growing. Itnt night Adjutant K.van
and rnxlKit Morgan led. A idum adiliv4
wa given by the latter. This evening
Itcv. Trumbull, the Hupllnt minister,
will npeak. Tomorrow evening a Scan
dlnavlan service will be held and on
Hiiturlny evening Itcv. Curran w III ad
iIivk the nudlence.
The Jury In the suit of McGregor &
Nornille as'tilnst Taylor, Young A Com
pany, of Poitlaiid, bMiU'lit In a ver
dict at r,.:in hist evening, finding for
tlfu plnlntlffs In the sum of J'.HIM). This
amount I what was originally prayed
for by Mctlregor A Nornille to cover
the difference In the amount they were
oblUed to pay through a breach of
contract In the delvery of cement to
the plnlntlffs while they were enguged
on a contract at the Yamhill locks.
The charter membership lists of th
Astoria Amnteur Athletic Club will
close Saturday night, by which tlm
;D names will doubtless have been
secured. The organlxation of the new
club ha been cnthUHlnstlcally re
ceived and the names of all the public
spirited merchants of the city appear
on the roll, Architect IVLtn Is pre
paring plans for the clubhouse, which
will be erected by Hon. HonJ. Young.
The building will be a handHome struc
ture and quite as elaborate n that of
any other Northwest club. Eurly next
wv"k permanent organlxation will be
effected, anl work on the building will
commence soon thereafter. The suc
cess of the new club Is nssured.
AGIUOiC NOT TO AOUKK.
Assessors' Assembly Results In No
A dispatch to tho Astorian from
Portland last night says: The fifteen
county assessors of Oregon who met
here Tuesday to agree upon a uniform
basis of valuations for assessment pur
poses In Oregon for 1900, tidjourned
today without accomplishing anything
for the reason that there wns nothing
for thorn to do.
They agreed not to agroo upon a
basis. If any county makes a large
cut in valuation this year, It is orob
ulile that all others will follow, though
A.ssfnior (ircotilcnf's assurance that
Multnomah values will show an In
cieuso of between $8,000,000 and 17,000,
000 may serve to check any headlong
Many excellent recommendations had
been made of which probably none wns
more Important and original than that
made by Assessor Carnahan of Asto
ria, In which it whs prop.ised to re
organise the state board of equaliza
tion by composing Its membership of
the assessors of the several counties of
the siuto, with the provision that thoy
meet once every four years at Salem
to equallxe real estate and taxes.
Motions that the legislature be re
quested to make all taxes payable No
vember 1 and that the original assess
incut roll be made the lux roll a a
method of economy wre passed, A res
olution to the effect that county
nnK'Nuois should hold olllce for four
year was ununlmounly adopted,
The following report wu submitted,
but not adopted:
'That -Abolish the military roll or
the mulling ttier"or by the aesor an
uiiiiecesMfi ry requirement.
"H md Abolish the collection of u
l poll tix,
"Tlilnl-lf possible, prr.ld for the
collection of a tax on per initl proper
ty nt time of assessment.
"Fourth Make the term of office for
hshcnmoi extend to four years, InMii-.vl
of trto, for Hie f'llAull that the er
vUcm of two years have only prepared
the asesHor for Intelligent work.
"Kl th Make the assessors of the
several counties the slate board of
WKDDKD YF.HTKilDA V,
Kilrtuid II. Htreumeyer and Mis Mary
K. Hmlth United.
The marriage of Miss Mary K. Hmlth
and Mr, Kduard H. Htreumeyer wa
sob iiinlxed yi'Mterday afternoon by tho-
Itcv. Wllllum H. Hhort, rector of Orace
The ceremony wa performed nt the
ri lil. m e of Mr, J. W. Huprenant fcnd
was witnessed by about 35 guest, com
prising the Immediate relative of the
bride and a few chosen friend of the
coiitrai-llug pin tic.
Ml Juliu Warrior of ( orvalll acted
u bridesmaid and Mr, D. A. McLean
of tlil city as bi-Hl man.
Tnere were many present from ad
mli lug friend, some of which were
The young couple lert n tne veiling
train for Portland en route for Seattle
and llrltish Columbia. Ttn-y will
spend about a week In ill H lull Colum
bia u gilet of relative of the brld .
The bride I a daughter of Mr. 3. II.
Hmlth. the wi ll-known .ew der of thl
city. For a long time, and until Just
recently, she wa Ii uciior at the AiiJer
I. rook school. The groom ha for a
long lime been connected with the A.
Inn. bar Company a heod ralesmun.
1'ion their return from llrltish Co
lumbia, MK and Mr. Htreumeyer will
take up their resld-nce In thl city,
Mr. Htreumeyer resuming his former
PYTHIAN IIAVK A !0 ID TIMH.
Thlrty-suth Anniversary of the Order
The member of the local lodge of
the KnUhl of Pthla met In their
hull In thl city last night to cele
brate the thlrty-klxth anniversary of
the foundation of the order with fes
tivities appropriate to the occasion.
The hull wu crowded with members
and Invited friends. An excellent lit
erary program entertained those pres
et during the early part of the even
ing. The preliminaries Were begun with
an address by Judge A. A. Cleveland,
I'.ud Cram! Chancellor of the State of
Oregon, In which the speaker reviewed
the interesting history of the organl
xation. This was followed by a vocal
solo by Charles HoriJaud, which was
cry much appreciated. A recitation
by Nellie I rikke followed. Fred John
son brought down the house with a
re'lintlm In (ierman dialect, after
whl-h the Hpnn'sh dance was rendered
by the Misses Nanette Adiims and Inex
Stockton. This feature waa very much
appreciated, the dancers giving evl-
ileiue of much training and practice.
A recitation by Miss Ferchen was Well
received. This was followed by a song
by Jcrr hulcn, sung In Italian dialect.
Mr. Itub-n's effort win exceedingly
well recilved. The literary feature of
the program was closed by a recita
tion rendered bv Judge Cleveland, en
titled "The Haven." The reclinl
of this clastic called forth Mr. Cleve
land's last abilities, and the gentleman
nro..t. thoroughly to the occu-sion. It
wn a m st brilliant and satisfactory
conclusion to an exceptionally Interest
At the conclusion of this part of the
entertainment, a luncheon was served
to those present, after which the floor
was cleared for dancing. This um
ti'itn d until an early hour this morning
when the nierry-mukers dispersed, very
much pleased w ith the evening's enter
tainment. During the evening a p-tltlon was
circulated for the purpose of obtaining
mimes of the wives and daughter of
the local knights with a view to the
orgai.Uutlon of a lodge of liathbone
Hlsters. Knoiigh names were secured
to Justify the conclusion that a lodge
will be organixed In this city at a very
THE MOHK STKAMltOAT;?.
Work on Them to He Ilcgun at Port
The work of construction on the river
steamboats for the Puul Mohr Com
pany will. It Is slated, be begun in
Portland soon. As soon as Captain
James Cochran arrives from Chicago
the preliminaries of the keel for the
first bout wilt be laid.
According to a report In the Tele
gram, the plans have been completed
an 1 Louis Paquct has -mnde a model
for ono of tho boats. She will be one
of the finest equipped and fastest boats
ever constructed In the Northwest, and
w ill lie used exclusively as a passenger
boat. The other two boats will be
adapted to the carrying of both freight
unj passengers. They will also com
bine speed and comfort and will be
equipped In tho latest style.
The movements of the Paul Mohr
Co! have awakened a deep Interest
among all clnsscs of people. Shipper.,
Hteamboiittnen and people living along
the Columbia river from the mouth
of the lllamette to Wenutchee are all
interested nnd ihcy have great faith in
the completion of the enterprise.
The upper terminus of the line has
not been definitely settled, as near as
can be learned. For three months
In the year boats can run between
I.ewlston and Pusco and It Is probable
that the Mohr Company will push
Into that country during the g lod
boating singe. 1 lot w eon ltlpavla and
I.ewlston boats run most of the year,
but between Ulpnrla and Tas'o the
river can only be nttvli;ated in high
IN OTH KltS' KYKS.
Astoria nnd Us Resources as Viewed
by the West Coast Lumberman.
In the annual edition of the West
Const and Puget Sound Lumberman,
which, by tho way, Is one of the finest
edition of Its kind ever published on
the coast, appear an article on Astoria
and Its resources, touching chiefly up
on the lumber Industry. The article
Woman's Best Friend.
I well worthy of reproduction In thes;
column, but owing to Its loiigih, ex
tricta only will bo give, a follow:
One of thy historic plucei. on the
p.Klfic cast Is Aatorlu, Oregon, and
by the w'ay, unless you want to be
ranked with the tenderfoot, you must
call It A-storla. I-els and Clark
conic hero In JVKI and camped aoulh of
the town. In 1M1 "John Jacob Aster
lent a company out and settled here
to I rule with the Indiun. Vahingcin
Irving has, in his romuntle way, told
to thousand the story of Astoria. In
1M1 the Ililtlsh occupied the town for
a few month and called it Ht. Oi-orge,
l)ii' It wns finally given back to the
; Americans, and Its old name restored,
j It ha 10,0 10 inhabitants, and ap
I pareutly ll,0c of them are fishermen
' still that bv not se-m possible. Per
haps no ki ene Is more beautiful and
plcturcnqoe than when hundreds of
IlKhlng beat xuil out to sweep the
mouth of th. Columbia river for sal
mon. For two or three months the
trn Is allv.j with flgocrmen and can
ning nvn. After th.it It tubridcH for
another seas n. The foreign popula
tion here Is pivd unlnant, m mtly Finns.
Tim town ha its Chl:iee quarter, for
wherevr on the coast packing fish I
followed, the Chinaman nn be found.
It Is at Astoria one finds the "old
settler" and his ihlldrvn. The place
Is historic, also legendary. Here still
stands she first I'nltod Kliit.s postolllce
ever mi uplod west of the Itoeky moun
tains. Here wns the hunting ground
of the Chinook, long since gone to
hunt with harps and wings. Here the
mouth of Hrynfit's Oregon opens into
Within the past few months the
Astoria tc Columbia Hiver railroad has
been completed. It is a first-class
road, and would be ranked as tuch,
even in the Kast. It carries a passen
ger from Portland to Astoria or back
for twenty-five cents and throws In the
scenery. The real Astorian expects
gnat things of this road and is count
ing many chickens that will yet be
hatched nut by It. Next in Importance
to the flxhliig Industry Is the lumber in
dustry. Across the river in Knappton,
Washington, Is one of the mills of the
Nortwesl Lumber Company, well man
aged by C. II. Cullendtr, In 1M9 It
cut 2).0o0.00i feet, most of It going by
cargo. In Astoria the Clatsop Mill
Company is one of the great industries
of tlie city. Last year the mill cut
IS.Oio.eno feet of lumber, one-third go
ing Into boxes, the rest going into lum-
lM-r whli ii was shipped by rail nnd tar
go, and sold locally. In nddition the
company run a shingle mill during the
latter portion of the year. At the
present tlcie the compHny Is cutting
up Sa.M'i feet of lumber d.illy into
boxes. In San Francisco it has a
bramh oflioe, -ind there Its box stock Is
made up Into boxes. The department
Is in charge of J. M. Huddart. one of
the stockholders of the company. One
thing that strikes a visitor as peculiar.
Is to see th idles of lumber anchored
to the docks so they will not blow over
for Astoria Is a windy place. This
null has been known for years as a
great spruce producer. Its holdinns
It. spruce timbi r are extensive and
guarantee n supply for many years of
the linest t-pruee limber.
The Clatsop Mill Company was or
ganixed In 1;. Wm. S. Kinney was
Its first and only president and man
ager until his death, November 5. 1SK8.
Since thnt time Its management has
been In the hands of its resident dl
reclots Marshal .1. Kinney," Lyman O.
Kinney, Herman F. Prael and Mrs. W.
This sketch would hardly be mm-1
plete without a special notice of Mrs.
W. S. Kinney. It Is easy to spin out
the facts about a business man, but
not so with n lady. Met ween honest
compliment and flattery, few draw the
line. It is no Mattery to say that one
must be a poor Judge to claiis Mrs. Kin
ney anywhere excepting with those
w ho succeed. She has a broad compre
hension, nn ability to grasp a repo
sition, and when once decided upon,
the courage to carry it out. She can
be found nt her dek early nnd late,
hut still finds time to minister to the
cares of four boys, who, mother like,
she expects to grow into great men,
and they will, by ull the laws of in
heritance. The Astoria Box Company, owned
nnd operated by W. F. McGregor. Is
making mtny improvements and
changes. Mr. McGregor is an active,
pushing lumberman. He Is also In
terested in the Neoonioum Lumber
Company, at Seaside, near here,
Astoria Is a splendid '.mint for seem-In?
lops. A number of first-class
losing streams are tributary to it,
while ihe timber Is unexcelled.
The work being done by the United
States on the bnr at the month of the
Columbia, Is showing good results.
When completed as planned the pas
sage In nnd out of the river will be
safe nt any time. This work involves
a larne enpcndlture, but the great vol
ume of shipping Justifies it. What the
future commerce on the river may be,
Is onlv speculative, but the most op
timistic citizen may fall below a con
ception of Its future.
JAPAN'S TORTEDO ROATS.
Six tornedo-bont destroyer built for
Japan by Yarrow, England, have been
completed and delivered within the
past eighteen months and have come
up fully to the requirements. The
bivats are Identical as to hull and ma
chinery; they are 120 feet In length,
20V4 feet beam and displace 360 tons
on a draught aft of 9 feet. The en
gines, calculated to develop 6,000 horse
power, have averaged nearly 7,000, and
the guaranteed speed of 31 knots dur
ing a continuous run of three hours
has been exceeded, as will be seen from
the following results: Ikadsucht S1.S2
knots. Inadsuma 31.037, Akelmno 81.0.
Sazaiiumi 31. to:!. Oboro 31.263 and Niji
31.15. The latter boat made six runs
over the measured course on Decem
ber 21 last, giving an average speed of
Dirt's Worst Enemy.
31 knots, the bet run. No. , being at
the ratf of ;'.:f.77 knot, and the slow
i -hi. No, 3, being ZH.wa knot. The tiat.
however, wii Hvtriir licl.t ilr., u in. r
feet j0 Inches ait and 4 fe'et 11 Inch-
lorwarn. 'j n armarn. nt of these boat
I In One. 1 ') lutu rwli.r fli-a ..l..-
" -- -i"uiiinn mm
-. two t'irrefn folM.a UroSI,.hau. c T-n.i
: seg an 1 Thorneycroft, Kngland, are
imriiw supplying a numoer or boats
oi ai out me rame size to JB nn .
: CIKCL'IT COUHT.
In the circuit court yesterday formal
ord. r wvr handed down by Judge Mc
I. role as follows:
Security Savings & Trust Company
vs. Astoria h'treet Hallway Company,
m itlon to strike out part of answer
aigue.l and defendant allowed until
Kuturday to amend his answer.
btate of Oregon vs. Joseph Richie,
(hurged with assault with a dang-rous
weapon, the prosecuting attorney re
turned not a true bill and ordtd that
the defendant be discharged.
Hoa, Hingin ft Company vs. T. K.
Johnson and Hlchard Kearns. judg
ment for want of an answer and order
for sa'e of attached property.
. Anna M. Fulton, administratrix, vs.
1 W. J. Berry et al.. Judgment.
I K. Z. Ferguson vs. Ju (iuy, settled
i and dlsmlHvd and attachment dis
'. H. Page vs. Ju Guy, settled and
i uismisHeo ana attainment uissnivea.
it. L. Sabln vs. Ii. L. Ward et al.. or
dered that Clarence Thompson be al
lowed to make F. I. Dunbar, receiver,
a party to foreclosure of mortgage.
McGregor A Normile vs. George Tay
lor, ventiot for plaintiff.
REGISTRATION OF VOTERS.
Total Number of Names on the Roll
Aseofia Precinct No. 1.
Altoria Precinct No. 2..
Astoria Precinct No. 3...
Astoria Precinct No. 4..
Astoria Precinct No. 5..
Astoria Pr?cinct No. 6...
Astoria Precinct No. 7..
John Day Precinct
Total to date
U'CAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Kd:ia Peterson and husband to R.
Livingston, bl.xk 5, Adair's: $5.
M. S. Warren to C. R. Thomson, un
divided half of lot 4, block 100, Mo
ANOTHER BIG OCEAN LINER.
It Is rumored that another big ocean
liher is to be built, which will rival
evn tne famous Oceanic in size. As
usual, American enterprise is at the
neaa or the project. America seems
determined to have the greatest, wheth
er it be steamships, art. Inventions or
medicine. Take Hostetters Stomach
Hitters as an example of what has been
accomplished in riiedlcine. It has
proved its worth by over fifty years of
cures of stomnch diseases. There Is
nothing like this famous remedy for
indigestion, biliousness, constipation
and nervousness It also cures liver
and kidney trouble, and prevents ma
laria, tever and ague. He sure you get
the genuine, with Private Revenue
btamj) over the neck of the bottle, or
you win not oe benefited.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
If It falls to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
nature is on each box. 25c.
With Making Powder
Come Just to See.
Great Ao2fihjoiiiiii Tea Ci
STORES 100 TN NUMBER '
PRICES AWAY UNDER
oil Commercial St.. Astoria.
I Scow Bay I
i lSlh St. and Franklin At. J
i Huffsclimtdt & Lovell, Props
SE.II-STm. fUNGAXKSC nnd 1
t rnOSI'tlOH BRONZE Specialty
I IRON arj BRASS CASTINGS
X 'Phone I4R1, Astoria, Or. 4
Specially Prepared fcr flsh!n Beats
Hammonrl's Coin Special Hrcakfast Bacon
Hammond's Calumet Breakfast Bacon
Hammond's Salt Bacon and Hams
Boiled Hum, Groceries, etc., etc.
A. V. ALLEN
Tenth and Commercial Street
A Delicious and Palatable
Drink Absolutely Pure
The North Pacific Brewery, of whiih Bottled rer for family use or keg
Mr.John Kopp is profietor, makes br beer supplied at au time, delivery in
for domes'ic and export trade, the city free.
Ntarth Pacific Brewery
Columbia Eleetrie & Repair Go
COLUMBIA IRON WORKS
Heavy Forging Under Power Hammer a Specialty
Sole Mannfactnrers of the Unsurpassed
... " Harrison Secton" Propellor Wheel ...
Contractors for Electric Lights and Power Plants.
W. F. SCHEIBE,
... 3awk.r' Articles
4T4 Commercial fit.
J .. Trie RsmntiH Hotel . I
PORTLAND, ORE., FRONT AND MORRISON STS.
Euro-n p'n, Soc ti $l.p-r d.
American plan, 11 00 to $'2.(10 per day.
The Only Plrst-Closs Hotel In Portland
We .Rent New Typewriters
i W m
New Art Catalogue Free . . .
;if? J L. M. ALEXANDER 4 CO.
V" Exclusive Pacific Coast Ageuta
w' Tel. Main 574 245 Stark St., Portland, Ore,
WE0D'CBROS W. G. SMITH ft CO..
COPPER PLRTE PRINTERS
Pacific Navigation Company
Stcamer9-"R. P. Elmore," "W. II. Harrison"
Only line Astoria to Tillamook, Garibaldi, Bay City, llobsonville.
Counwjting at Astoria with theOreeon Railroad & Navigation Co. and
also the Astoria & Columbia River K. B. for 8an Franciaoo, Portland
and all points east. For freight and passenger rates apply t j
Samuel Elmore & Co. General Acrents, ASTORIA, ORE.
COHN k CO Agents,
IarrnR mi irrrn allUiehorr.ir.i.lIniHtDcv. I' I'll :'. rliajiscUuiUmr,
afcrup wurifcn itj.i-vii and thi urinary oriraMSol aii iniuuriuea.
nTPffnRWK fftn.nrthnn.and imtbramTnall weak orrana.
1 he rraaun auflcrcru are rot eureii by iMietora In txnuini. nlnply ppr cent ar. ticbl"d with
Proat.tltla. cm Dr.N K ia tlirihiwknuM-ii r .Iv i...-ui w i nh f-i-rt:!'jri. -M:.r".;,:.t
mil A wrmwi fruamntH given aiiil ninn.y return wl it ux boxea dnea not eilwi a pruuct'bt cur
I'DOaboi.sIx (urJ.lXi, by mull. tend for fk.b circular and Ifaiirconiaim,
Addrn. DATOli MEDIC IHE CO, P. a Box 3K. 8ao Praiiobiro. PaL Frw -t
fe7ill-Iw.w4viV!it- ;Jf Bold by CHAJtl.ra KOOER3.
Kept In Stock
Built and Repaired
the Always Reliable
"La Belle Astoria" Cigar
Scheme's Opera Star
And Oinr Brand.
OSCAR ANDERSON, Munaner-
J. PKNDEf.AST. fihlnf f!lf
Many new improvements added.
See our latest
fia. 2 Smith Premier Tvfiftwrlter
aa mm mm waaawa j gr w wa
22 and 23 Washington Buildinjr.
UK W,.ul.;,. (o niu. f ttf'
Oregon Railroad A Navieation Co.,
A. (J. U. It Co. fUUTLiAIU Ore.
tionot famous yrencli plivsu bn, will quickly cure youpf all rn-r.
voua or tlia-asf. of tlie geucruuv. ofimin, nucu u LiMlManhcKHl,
Inwimnia, riiiualn the itack.beminal Jt.aiissloiic Jiervoua IwbUitv,
pimple. I;nflinca9 to Warry, tilunistinit iJruhiB, Varkvuoin and
ConsiiPHtion. 1 1 moi all lnwim bv day or nluliL PrcMiiiquk k.
Iif ssof diwbiinrii, lik'h if nolchwkp.l Wrt to Hnrmntnrrl.o-i. anil