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Tflfi DAILY ASTOJUAJN A&TOUIA, FRIDAY MOKjNLNG, MAKCH 15, 189.
' ' know I could buy a cheaper Hhit of clothet tomewhere the, fiv I don'l know how 'ijnight wear." EVERY MAN who enter a tailor shop In this city owes us bla good will that we have made It bo difficult to sell unreliable goods, bo easy to buy the best and buy It for bo little compared to Pan Francisco or Portland prices. chas. Mcdonald, The Tailor. - i- 523 Commercial Street How To Make $1,000! "We will tell you how to make It easy. All you have to do is to Induce us to quit offering HOPE WHiskhV 1,. mvhlliv anil other dealers of liquor in the city will readily pay you me aoove amount. The OFFICE. GOOD STEAKS . Hnnr mnnv neoole have gone In to ihi i-MtAiinLnta of Astoria and tried to get a good, tender steak and bee HHARTSKK rw. thai fnlluroa? HI mole enouKh now; anybody can obtain one by stop ping In at The Palace Restaurant And giving your order when, Presto! ItnMo fnr a. klnir. nk.. moVai fta an hllftV. knowledge is Power And Dowir Is salvation. To do a thin rls-ht one must know how to do It This Is as true of carpenter work as anything else. C. G. PflLMBBRO, Whose shop la at 473 Fourth Btreet, will build you anything from a wood bo to a 150,000 building and do it well. What About Your Shoes?- Aren't they worn out around the cole somewhere? Don't they need a patch on the side? We will make them good as new. S. R. GIMRB- Kitty Corner from Fisher Bros, store. A Poor Cigar, . W. F. SCHIEBE never made. Don't expect to make, either. But marke this -a-t-l-s-f-a-c-. t-ln of the 22-karet tort has accompanied every purchase ot one cf the cigars made by him . since he began business. We've . got the notion that a satisfied . customer "cuts a big figure" In building up a business. That's . the reason La Belle Astoria takes so well. Little Giant. Beems Is If half the mothers In As. torla have bought a pair or two of those LITTLE GIANT school shoes for their children. The other half will as on as they hear of the wearing qual ities of those that are being worn about the city. Tou can have your choice ct leather, kid, grain or calf. JOHN HAHN & CO. You'll Be surprised to sea what a little money will buy In the way of Jewelry and Silver Ware at Ekitrom's Jewelry Btore. You'll also be surprised to see what line work the engraver can do. ASTORIA - MATTRESS - FACTORY, 378 Commercial Street. Manufacturers of every description of Lounges, Mattresses, etc. REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES Old Fashioned Country SAUSAGE. That's what the Washington Motut Mu-ket's eauauge tastes line. Ta iTitiri nf thA aiima InirredientS. . nnh.una kuipil ami dretured beef and pork. Our flavoring Is most delicious. During this cow weatn er there's no other dish so good. WASHINGTON MEAT MARKET, CHRI5TENSEN CO., Prop'rs. We'll Warrant that the most com fortable appetite in the city may be spoiled by drinking poor whisky. We've studied and studied all the whisky fads and Ideas and we have learned that 'CUTTER'S Whiskey." Is the best made. But you must be sura you get Cutter's. Some people advertise it but don't keep It; we do. OR05BA11IR BRACH'5 "RESORT." YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Iioeal weather for tns twenty-four hours ending at 6 p. m. yesterday, fur atobed by ths Unltsd States Uepart soent ot Agriculture, weather bureau. Maximum itempeTture, 68 degrees. Minimum temperature, 27 legrees. Vrecli4tation, none. Total prM!UtUm from September 1st, 1884. to date, 61.63 Inches. Deficiency of proedplUttun from Bep ter 1st, to date, .64 Inch. per yard or Twenty yards of M10SHEG QMW lor One Dollar. Albert Dunbar. Cor. Commercial and 9th Sts. Try the P. N. Corset and you will use no otner, i NOTICE. ' :, The tax roll for 1894 is now In my hands for collection. Taxes will be come delinquent on March 30, 18U5. ' February 19, 1895. TIMES W. HARE. Sheriff ot Clatsop County. "JEFF'S" The Only Restaurant See Swope. Sps Swope about decorating. See Swope about decorating and sign work, i Meany is the leading tailor and pays 'he hlgbt osh price for fur skins. SoineBhing new in the line of Sachet Powders Just received at tne rnmz Craln Drug Store. Whv do you suffer with that cold when E. O. Cough Syrup will cure it; for sale at the Prlntz-crain urug store. Beaver Hill Coal. No Smoke, no Soot For sale at Flnlayson's shipping and commission agency, 9th street wharves, at 15.50 per ton. s V. TTftno-ii la thA mrnnt In Anrnrfji for' the celebrated (Jumbrinus Hottle.i Hunr of Pnrriurid. T)r d htm a. noita.1 card and he will call tor your oider. Watch your watoh When It runs a little too slow or a little too fast, bring It to J. H. SEYMOUR. He will at tend to it. He knows how. He learn ed his trade in a watch factory. For years the Astoria Wood Tard has given our citizens only the very best of wood and coal. They are still doing it. In fact, they are taking the lead. Why? Because they know what the public wants, and the public knows them. X, fltnUpa Pn. have secured the agency of the famous STEWART'fc TWINES, the only GENUINE FLAX TWINE manufactured In IRELAND. Their new stock goods are much su perior to any other kind. When a man buys a lottery ticket and draws nothing but his breath ht L'eeis sold. Wnen ne buys his wood ana coal of the Scow Bay Wood lard, whose office Is opposite FlBher Bros.' h Is pleased, as they sell only the best. How to Bave money? You'll learn the secret by trading with Goodman & Co. The prices they quote r,n shocf tell the tale. Their figures don't mear nferlor duality of goods either, Dui rather the fines! procurable. Mr. Humphrey has some choice Chi nook salmon at his market near Res one Hall. He also has oysters that sell at a lew price than at any other mar net In the city. He carries clams and other shell fish, and as a side Issue, has a stock of Marshall a famous knit ting twine. It may be that you are dissatisfied with your grocer. If so, why not giv Foard & Stokes a trial? They sallsfj others, and feel pretty sure that the will suit you. Many a dollar is lit erally thrown away by those who bu groceries of an Inferior quality. It penny wise and pound foolish to give good money for goods that are almost worthless. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to nil others. Tldo Tablo for March, 1896. HIOH WiTIS, LOW W1TKH. IMTE. I P.M. A.M. ( f.M. h.m I ft.llh.m ft h.m I ft! h m I ft FHinr. ...II 81)18 1 4 08 81)1 80080 8 09 0 0 7 86 6 a 10 00 1 0 10 619 1 U 64.0 8 Biimliiy...'il HUNDAY.. 8 ill 7 10 10 II) 55 2 6 8 8 07 04 Ol 08 Mommy,. 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Riirilay..3U 655 U54 7 5 12 81,7 6 107 7 5 6 19.2 HI 2J 6 6017 4 100 7 l.si i a 7 42 0 8 714 7 4i 12.-.8 3 l&j!8 1 43 7 6 2 25' S Hi 0 4; 8 -V',0 -' 8iw 18 9 W8 7 81X1 2 M 81 8 8818 6 865 9 .HI 0 411 2 SUNDAY.. Ill 4 62 11 10 21110 2 9 50 SO Awarded Hlchect Honors Worlds Fair. Da 1 worn MOST PERFECT MADE A putt Craps Creim of Tirtur Powder. Free ftoro Ammonli, Ahim or tny otlitr dultfnL - 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. AROUND TOWN. The Improved Order of Red Men will give a grand ball on Mowaay, marcn ISth, at FWher's Hall, uooa music. Tickets, jl.OO. Ladles free. A mflllner in Eastern Oregon actual ly advertises that she has gone to Port land to "get the latest spring styles. To Portland ifor style dear, dear, Isn't that awful! The illghthouse tender Columbine It expected ibaok from the Sound the first of the week. She bas done a great deal of work shifting, replacing and ebtab llshlng new aids to navigation on Tu. get sound while away, and will leav that portion of the district In excel lent condition. D. B. 'Worthlngton, who opened a bydrant of eloquence last spring In nominating General Cotnpson fer gov ernor, bas the distinction of being the only editor In Southern Oregon who can stand at the head of the ban quet talble and mix up a salad in true metropolitan swell club style. The Sarah Dixon came down yester day with a big cargo of freight for the canneries and merchants. The Dixon Is In better condition now than at any time since she flrrft slipped Into the water a new boat, and being both fast and comfortable as a night boat, she is sure .to command a good sized slice of the river business. Mr. Grover states that the self -registering thermometer at his office Bhows that yesterday morning was colder than at any time during the posit win ter. The temperature fell to 27 de grees. Only onoe, and that during the latter part of tost January, did the thermometer approach this point, when the temperature fell to 28 degrees. C. fl. Norris and wife, of Chicago, were in the clty yesterday at the Occi dent. They will leave for California this morning on the ocean steamer. Mr. Norris represents the Booith Pack ing Company, of Chicago, Mrs. Norris being a daughter of A. Booth, the sen ior member of the company. After the fishing season opens, Mr. and Mrs. Norris will return to Astoria and re main for a few weeks. Architect J. E. Ferguson has complet ed the speolflcotlons for the stone wall to be erected around the residence of Councilman Young, and is now busy on plans for a fish station to be built on the Washington side of the Colum bia. He has orders for a number ol residences, but their construction de pends wholly on the successful begin ning of the Astoria-GobeH railroad. A Clatsop beach rancher was In towr yesterday and hearing that there was to be another log raft built at Stella, sont up word to the builders that the people of his vicinity had plenty of heavy timbers from the last raft that went to pieces, and requested that a quantity of dressed lumber be Included In the next one so they could pick up enough lumber to finish up a house if this raft went to pieces also. Yesterday the boys 'before Judge Os burn for stealing, were sentenced to the reform school, two of them having their sentences suspended by their pa en'ts agreeing to place them In private s.-hools for a term of three years. Judge Osburn gave the boys a good lalk. and pointed out the end that awaited them If they did wot change heir ways. Sheriff Hare took three f the youngsters to Salem last night. Mr. Carlton B. Allen and wife have returned from on extended wedding tour through Southern California. They spent the greater portion of the winter at Los Angeles, though during their ataenoe they visited various parts of Jallfornla and Northern Mexico. Mr. Allen Bays that Los Angeles, Just now, 1b the liveliest city on the whole Pa cific coast, and that If Astoria had some of her energy she could not resist a temptation to boom. The steam schooner Harrison arrived In early yesterday morning with r large cargo of dairy and farm products for the Astoria and Portland markets She also brought several tons of ma chinery for Elmore's cannery. Th( Harrison leaves out tomorrow morning with a full cargo of freight for Tilla mook and Nehalem, her freight con sisting principally of general merchan dise. She will also carry several pas sengers. Over In Baker's bay several big pile drivers are hammering away drlvlnp piles for traps that are to take the place of those recently pulled up fron the channel (by order of the Unlte States courts. Fully seventy traps were found to Ibe over the channel line when the resurvey was made, an d these have all been taken out. It Is expected they will be replaced by the time the sea son opens, though It wfll keep the huge hammers busy driving until that time The continued dry weather Is work ing a great harshlp to coast saw mllli depending upon freshets In order tc float logs to their mills, as many of them are now almost wholly without logs. Logan's mill at Seaside continues to run, but if a rain does not come soon. It will bave to shut down. Over 300.000 feet of logs are now In the Ne rannicum at J. P. Elberman's place and half as many more are cut and read; to float down the river as soon as sufficient rain comes to give the stream a proper dwpth. Mr. Bain, the gentleman associated with Mr. Robinson In the big raft now being framed at Stella, Is still In San Francisco figuring on a big white cedar contract for the new San Joaquin Val ley road. He will probably put. In an appearance here about the first of May and remain until after the raft Is com pleted. Mr. Robinson states that h was offered $509 to move his raft from Stella to Ranter, and the cltliens ot the latter place guaranteed to pay all expanses ot towing. It Is iot at convenient a spot as Stella, however, and the offer was declined. To Dye Or Not to Dje thrtt Is the ques tion ; whether it Is better to wear that faded, shabby dress and endure the scornful looks of all your veil-dressed neishlws, of to purchase a package of Diamond Pies and restore Its freshness in another color makin-j new dress fVr ten ccnls. Diamond Dyes are matlo for heme use. Absolutely reliable. Any color. Sold evciTP'hrr. 10 cetita a pBrltnjj. tSJ-'lrt.' , Coolc ai.d li.mpics of Colored clolli, free. V.'cui. Uicdauhiii A Co., BurUnccoti, Vt Every day since the Bailey Gatzert has been on the Telephone run, at va rious points on the river the residents congregate and watch for that boat, and the Potter, for It is a settled con viction that sooner or later there wll Ibe a brush between these splendid steamers. Both boats have their flrm friends, and no little money Is now up onithe iresult of the first "sure enough" race. It Is hardly probable that the Potter mill urge a test of speed until she has been on the ways and had her bottom cleaned. A rparty of Americans desiring to take advantage of the provision of the new tariff, which provides for the free entry of VaJl fish and other products of Amer ican fisheries, went over a short time ago to Victoria, B. C, probably on the grounds of economy, and built a scow or barge, on which to live, and engaged a British steamer to tow the same from place to place. From this barge fish. Ing operations were conducted In small boats. The United States general ap praisers have decided that fish caught In this manner are not a product of American fisheries and, therefore, not entitled to free entry A gentleman up from Seaside yester day stated that there will be a greater number of cottages erected at that re sort this spring than on any previour occasion. The builders will be mostly Portland people Who already own prop erty dawn there. Despite the disad vantage to which this beach Is placed from poor transportation facilities many of the best families of Portions and other Interior cities Cling to it and go there from season to season, hopinf that In time the accommodations will be such as not to make It a great tasl to reach It, and when the Seashore road is built into the city and peopU can step from the steamer to the trail without Inconvenience, it is, expected the lovely resorts of Clatsop beach will be visited by thousands where nov hundreds are wont to go for a llttl rest and, recreation. " Two men, a wagon and four horses came in on yesterday's steamer, hav Ing come by train from Omiha, Neb., to Portland. Mr. Hunter, of the Port land Butchering Company, says that the parties came here to go to work on the water works construction. They had read an advertisement in the Oma ha Bee to the effect that BOO men and teams were wanted In Astoria, Ore gon, to work on the pipe line, and had lost no time In getting their teame and household effects on board a freight freight train bound toward the setting sun. Upon their aarrlval here they hunted up Contractor Normile, who said he could give them two or three weeks' work, but could promise nothing further. They state that they are only the advance guard of a large numbei of Nubraskans who are headed this way. ' "Did you meet Hammond's repre sentative?" was a question propounded to a number of people yesterday men who were just pining away for a little railroad news. The answer was inva rlalbtly "no," and then they were re ferred to Mr. J. B. Wyatt, who, It was sold, knew the gentleman personally and had been In conversation with hlni shortly after the arrival of the morn ing boat. In answer to the numerou: questions plied to him regarding tin stranger, Mr. Wyatt said: "Yes, Mr Hammond's representative arrived this morning and left on the Ilwaco for the other side of the river. He will prob ably return tonight." "What did he have to say?" anxiously asked the man seeking for railroad pointers. "He sale'; business was getting better and pork continued firm." "Pork why what ha pork got to do with a railroad from Astoria to Gotole?" "I guess," remark ed Mr. Wyatt, smiling, "you are a little mixed regarding the Hammond who has a representative here; It is George H. Hammond, of Omaha, the pork packer, not the railroad man." And then the victim of the latest Joke would slip quietly out and spring it on some other fellow who had not heard the news. NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS. I desire to state to the Tax-Payer ot Clatsop county that there will posi tively be no extension of time In which to pay taxes without penalty. Seotlor No. 2794, Page 118 of the Session Laws of 1893, command me to make my re turn of the Tax Ron to the Count) Court on or before Ihe first Monday In April. Section No. 2798 of the Laws oi Oregon provtde that County Warrants are not receivable for Delinquent Taxes. The law In relation to the collectlof of Delinquent Taxes will be strlctlj complied with. It Is not my desire U persecute or work a hardship on any one, but I am compelled to comply with the law. Very Respectfully, JAMES W. HARE. Sheriff of Clatsop Co Atchison Globe: If your aunt hat an Income of any siie It Is quite prop er to refer to her as "awnt." fir. Price's Cream Baking Powder Gold M-UI If tdwianr Fair. &aa Frucar m i in r, v in It Arrived Yesterday and Was Installed in Rescue No. 2. A Tent Given Last Night Which Proved HIgrhly Satisfaetory-Was Placed In Commission, The mew chemical engine ar rived yesterday, was duly installe! in Rescue Engine House No. 2, thor oughly tested, and finally accepted by the committee on fire and water and placed In commission. The engine arrived yesterday after noon on the steamer Bailey Gatzert, and had President Cleveland been on the boat a larger and more expectant crowd could not have met the steamer as she tied up to the dock Even before the passengers were al: ashore, the new fire extinguisher". Us polished brass, copper and nickel glist ening in the afternoon sunlight, wai triumphantly wheeled onto the wharf and immediately Burrounded by a large crowd eager to get a good view of tht engine that has been the chief topic of conversation among the fire laddies ever since the council ordered it two months ago. Shortly after the arrival of the steamer the peair of beautiful white horses belonging to Rescue No. 2 were brought down and hitched tc the new fire fighter, and followed by a hundred people, was taken to the en gine house, where during the afternoon many people called and gave It a care, ful Inspection'. By the courtesy of Chief Buchtel, of the Portland Fire Department, Captain Geo. Wemple, of Chemical Engine No. 1, accompanied -Mr. A. G. Long, the Pacific Coast agent of the Fire Extin guisher Company, of whom the en? glne was purchased. These gentlemen were present for the purpose of In- structlrig the members of the fire de partment In handling the chemical en gine, though it can be said for the machine, that its mechanism Is so sim ple that anyone or ordinary intelligence can work It with 'but little study. Durlrg the day a shack, 16 feet squore, made of old and dry boards, was erected on the vacant lot at the rear oof Foard & Stokes' store, inside the building being placed all sorts of luflama'ble material, ouch as tar bar rels, resin, pitch blocks, etc.,. At 8 o'clock last evening was the hour set for testing the machine, and as early as 7 o'clock people began to congregate about the place, though it soon grew so dark that H was Impossible to est!- mate tneir numbers. Promptly at i o'clock the engine, with lights aglow, turned the corner from Commercial street and was soon drawn up In readi ness about 100 feet from the structure to be fired. A moment later twenty, five gallons of coal oil was poured over the ibulldlng and contents and a llahtea match applied. As If by magic tht whole nighborhood was brilliantly illuminated by a great roaring mas: of flames that leaped high into th air. Tt seemed that thousands of peo ple were present, for by the light of the burning building a densely packed mass of humanity could be seen on every side of the block. Chief Foster Assistant Chief Stockton, in fact all the members of the fire department who could be spared from their place. ot duty were on hand, as well as mem oers or the city council. Mr. Long waited until the fire had got under ful headway, when at a signal, Captain Wemple, who had the nozzle, turned on the stream, and like the dropping of a theatre curtain, the bright light of the fiercely burning shack faded away and only a few smoking embers were visible. The flames had been ex tinguished in less thain five seconds' time. Again the fire was started, and the same result followed the' applica tion of the chemicals. It was so thorough a test, and with so successful a result, that the mem bers of the fire and water committee, who witnessed the whole proceeding, ordered that it be immediately plaot-d in commission. Of course it is not ex pected that a large burning ibulldlng, difficult of access, can .be controlled as easily as the shack last night, but taking the record of those chemical en gines In other cities where they have been In use for several years, it Is saft to say that Rescue's new fire extin guisher will take a prominent part In future fires in this city especially when Chief Foster hand3 In his annual report. The engine has two cylinders, of 60 gallons capactty each. These are filled with water, into which is put the chem icals which generate within the cly Inders carbonic gas, producing a pres sure of alUout 10 pounds per square Inch, and which expels the contents of the cylinders through the hose, of which the engine carries 200 feet, hav ing on the end of It a controlling noz zle, 'by means of which the stream can be used or shut off las desired. The waiter merely serves as a vehicle for conducting the carbonic gas to the fire. As Is well known, fire cannot exist an Instant in air containing & per cent of carbonic gas. This is a nat ural law well understood and explains the wonderfully rapid and efficient work done by chemical fire engines. At the exhibition last night only one cylinder was put Into service, and dur ing" the few seconds It required to ex tinguish the fierce fire, probably less than one quarter of Its contents was used. Lou Cordes, driver, and Geo. Goodell, plpeman, are very proud of their new engine and propose to be lu the frint ranks at every fire. The engine is the same sise as the three engines now In use In Portland and If it does as ef fedtlve service as any one of them so far. the city will be well rpald for their outlay In a very few month. The Cause of Rheuma tism, Gout and Pneumonia. How Does It Get Into the Blood. Because the Kidneys Do Not Throw it Off, Strengthen the Kidneys and Cure Your Disease. The Only Known Remedy is Warner's Safe Cure. And If You Are Sullcriug You Are Not Wisd If You Fail To Take It. HATS GO OUT OF DATE with remarkable rapidity. What is the rage for one season is laugh ed at the next. The decrees of fashion are stern and inexhorable, and you might as weli be out of the world as out of har mony with them. Novelties and antiqui ties in Hats cost just stout the same amount of money. There is no more material or workmanship in a Hat of stylish shape than there is in old-fashioned headgear, and that is why we sell the latest make without the latest increase in price. If yourfancycanbe seized at all, it will be promptly captured by our spring style. PHIL. STOKES, The Clothier. HardTimes Hiva Com Trying to Make it Easy, We wish the pufMlc to understand that we sell exclusively nothing tout J. H. CUTTER WHISKEY For 10 cents a drink, and Kopp's cele brated N. P. Beer at 5 cents a glass. The whisky Is the same as we have been selling ever since we have beer in business, and we are going to con tinue the same as long as we can get a square deal on both sides. WHITE HOUSE CORNER, Corner 9th and Bond HARRIS & WRIGHT. MUSIC HALib. KKAT XO & ("'. will np"ti their .Music. II,, at 3V.1 Astnr street, Satunliiv fie I'.tli. They il kick keep nuiibe:lesH gol liquors mil i ijfiirs bcai W IimvIiik s 'd music nh the time. Coming Saturday, March 16, At 566 Commercial Sireet, ROBINSON 6t HEIKES' lYIuseum & Optical Illusion Exhibition. Nine beautiful ami mystifying Illusions Pleasing stsge perform nm-e. An enter taiument expressly forLiidies and child ren. Will be open daily from 1 to 10 p. m. Exhibitions every 30 minutes. Admission 10c, Reserved cbuirs 5c extra. Itorth Paeifie Breiaery JOHN KOPP.Prop Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTER. Al orders promptly mended to TO MAKE BIG MONEY selling our . fcUectrio Telephone. Best seller on earth. Sent all complete, all ready InnonaQ Dq7nnf) to set up; lines of any distance. A prac Ju.Pa.rIcSC DaZauT tlcal Electric Telephone. Our agent makes $5 to $10 a day, easy. Everybody SING LUNG. Frop. buys. Big money without work. Prices Says a customer of some of those low- Anyone can make $75 per month, new goods Uiat we have Just received Address W. P. Harrison & Co., Clerk for fall trade, and that we're selling No. 11, Columbus, Ohio, so remarkably cheap: "They are the rr7 - best bargains we ever got In Astoria" They are captivating In quality and MISCELLANEOUS style and will make a record as purse- . . openers. FOUND A gentleman's scarf niu 417 Bond Street, next door to Mouler's Owner can have same iby applying to Fruit Store. a. V. Allen and paying for notice. Kopp's Beer Hall. Choice Wines. Liquors and Clgai. law. KENTUCKY WHISKEY WHEN IN PORtTBT Only handed over the oar, The largest glass Hand ley A Haas. 150 First street, and of N. P. Br. Half-and-half. . J&Jr,' V'"Ur9 not miss their morntns puper !ma Free Lunch. there. Chas. Wirkkala, Proprietor. - - " r r , ai . c BEVERAGES Cor. Conromly and Lafayette S' WINES AND BRANDfES Ts Zln- things need no a.1vertis- '"ei "'J" 'nrtwj of '"Toe or ea Y '"ft bt ladie we Just nt8 Per gallon. Don't fnreef III III want to tell you the extra peach and r.p-5cct brandy. Also French I .-ff I I ordinary low price of Tnr nrt wine at AJpt Ollharr. II II III millenerr goods for i .Jlx 'Pring arid summer wear. ' - Jio come and see us be- ONLY THK PI7REPT Wine Cor. 10th and Commercial sts. ,,em- Mrs. T. S. Hawkins. Chattanoo BEER HALL, Tenn.. says. "Shllor's Vitalize 'SAVrrJ What the Gambrinus Beer Hall tried hllEl' 5?.si?er u ,ne rera to do in selecting their liquors was to ': r?. Tttm 1 "ver pick out what Intelligent people would " lJT .Pf1 Liver or Km warrt If they knew rt as experienced ney trouble, it excells. njve 7S cts. people should know It. Make a note " of this if you want pure liquors. George Dr. Price's Cream Bakfnz Powrf. Hartley. Proprietor. Wertd'a Fair Hlgr-at MUI JL 0 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. U. A SMITH DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building over C. H. Cooper's store. W. C. LOGAN, D. D. 8., DENTAL PARLORS. Mansell Block, 73 Third street. W. M. LAFORCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Rooms 6, 6 and 7, Flavela Brick Building. SILAS B. SMITH, ATTORNEY i.T LAW. Office in Flavel's bilck building. FRANK J. TaVLOB. ' FRANK J. TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Astoria, Oregon. DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY, OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE. May be found in his office until 11 o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until p. m., and from S until 7:30 evenings. f. Q. A BOWLBT, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAV. Office on Second 8ti?et, Astoria, Or. DR. EILIV JANSON. PHYSICIAN AND 6URGEON. Office over Olsen's drug store. Hours, 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun days, 10 to 11. J. S. BISHOP, M. D., HOMEOPATHIST. Office and rooms In Kinney Block. Office Hours, 10 to 12:30 and 4 to 6:30. Surgery and Diseases of Women a Spe cialty. LIBERTY P. MULLINIX, M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, 664 Third St., Astoria, Ore. Special attention given to all chronlo diseases. DR. O. B. ESTES. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Special attention to diseases tit wom en and surgery. Office over Danzlger' store Wnrl. Telephone !o. 62. JAY TUTTLE. M. D. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND Ai.'COUCHEUR. Office, Rooms & and 6, Pythian Building. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to 5. Residence, 639, Cedar street German Physician. Eclectic. DIt. J. EltflN BARTEL. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office west of Ross, IIig?ins & Co.'s store, D1S Bond street. Prices, calls, 11; confinements, $10.00. Operations at olllce free. Medicines furnished. SOCIETY MEETINGS. TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7, A. F. and A. Al. Regular cuminunlcations held on the first and third Tuesday evening of each month. W. G. HOWELL, W, M. E. C. HOLDEN, Secretary. FOR SALE JAPANESE GOODS. Just out Just received Just what you want, at Wing l.ee's, 629 Third street. WANTED. Wanted, by a capable woman, sit uation for housework, by day, week, or hour; also by a girl, situation for light housework and to take care cf chll-' dren. Address, 258 Bond street. WANTED Position as driver or :-alesiiian in a store. Speak Enjjlish, l-'innlsli, Swedish and Norwegian. Ad dress C. P. i., care Astorlan office. WANTED Agents to represent the old National Life Insurance Co., of Montpeller, Vt. For further Informa tion, address G. M. Stolp, General Coast Manager, 82-84 Crocker Building, San Francisco, Cal. $75,000 PER WEEK using and selling Dynamos for plating watches, Jewelry, and table ware. Plates gold, sliver, nickel, etc., same as new goods. Dif ferent sizes for agents, families and shops. Easy operated; no experience; big profits. W. P. Harrison & Co., Clerk No. 14, Columbus, Ohio.