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ft. Ii. Boyle & HvlB Commertlul Bit., Aalorln, SOMETHING NEW. Children asd Ynitha' Steet-Ssod Shots. All Sites nd Styles We also carry a fine line of adies' anil men's shoos, from, the best to the lowest reliable goods. All goods warranted just as represented. j JOHN HAtii iv UU., 479 Commercial street. YESTERDAYS W RATHER. Vocal weather for twenty-four hour aiding at p. m. yesterday, furnished by th United Slate Department ot Ag riculture weather bureau. Maximum temperature, 45 degree. Minimum temperature, degree. Precipitation, .n Inch. IS to date, ST.ft) Inches. 1st. ISM, to data. .SI Inch. BUSINESS IXHALS. Job printing of all kind at the Astorlan ; Job otMca. m Marahall's: tba others. Tou taka chances on ' C O. Palmbent. architect, Koora Kum- j W . Kinney's bulldlrr " ",. J. Try C R Smoth's uUlls Ies Cram. , It 1. aomethln fln. ! Summer clothlnr sold at extremely low price at P. A. Stoke. : For the beat of commercial Job print-' tnc call at th Astortaa Job office. , Meanr U th leMnT tsilnr. and W' Marshall's twine used br 75 per cent of the fishermen on the Columbia river. .- Marshall's salmon twine ts without a Competitor. Strongest, handsomest, beat. loa Cream Soda In twenty-two different flavors (ICE Smith's. Private par- Ion for ladles. I Intention to become a cltlsen of this Just received, at the Scow Fay Wood ' grand and glorious nation. Yard, ut cords of oak wood. The finest , wood ever brought to Astoria. Be up to date and learn to ride a bike. Sherman Thing. 5!H Commercial street. Just received, an Immense amount of give lemons free to purchasers of Clere Oents summer clothing, from Eaetern land and Crescent wheels. Bicycles for manufacturers, at P. A, Stokes.' - rent. Dumbarton's Irish flax salmon twine. ! Don't forget that Snodgrass. the Totog- ! Brr'L". ?!tXlJS?:nt7- glV" cry?n ?0r,r,.'A;.nJ!n,: 1 ." ColumbUl river. ntd9 to order, valued at I15.W. free of .where, ( Xotlce was yeetrrdsy served on tha 1 . , v . ' owners of the sands opposite the O R. : ? M N trt t0v,.Tfur nd N. dock by Assistant Engineer He- "J HZJJ rTZflOr tJtn ., rrdt ,0 rwnov 0,6 P" re""" . ,br' i leasonatxe pnees. , . . . LeVere Co. will open their cloak and Business men. It you want to tlx up fult houne. The Unique, on April tad. your office for the coming year with the AM ladls are por.Hally Invited to inspect ! rr. " . T :Zi I. .Jill T.k ments. etc.. call at the Aatorlxn Job office ui a.j .,. hm .irw-v and material. ., - ..Irl.llf buv Tour drv 2f if rl. Pl,. a m.n-I E!Plj2ZLtoU? J.Sf-.,'" his office at the Oregon Trading Co Just received A beautiful line of all wool and silk mixed Plaids, a hand.-onie . line of dress good in black, and .ill the new shades: also silks In all the new.st designs for waists. Just landed, our spring wraps in silk and velvet. I. Cohen, low Price Store, 4S1 Bond street. Go to Elmore, Sanborn' office and see their new and handsome twine testir.g machine. Take along some of the twines "as good as Marshall's," In your pocket, and test them. Then see how much more Marshall's will stand. It's money in your pocket and fish in your net to And out. A prominent steamboat man says: "Mv fsmily have used nearly every orand of Beef, Iron and Wine made, and are sat isfied that the preparation made by the Estea-Craln Drug Co. is the most pal a la bel and nutritious of any they have ever used." If you are run down and need a tonic, you should use It. For 25 cents you can secure kn excel lent well-served meal at the Bon Ton Restaurant, No. 671 Commercial street. They are also fully prepared to :erve all kinds of fish, game and delicacies of the season, as well as oysters in every Imaginable style at the lowest living prices. Come once and you will con- "4 tinue to come. Most so-called "salmon twines" are col- ored with acids. The acids rot the fibre and render the material useless. In the office of Elmore, Sanborn & Co. Is an ob- Ject lesson that ought to be examined by all fishermen. It is the whole of the material used In the manufacture of Mar- sball's twlne-from start to finish. Go 4Jire. . and examine the color light through. You will see then why Mar shall's is called the best In the world. Charles Wlrkkala's saloon on Seventh street, the well known and popular re sort in the Bowery, still maintains Its reputation. Mr. Wlrkkala Is an expe rienced man In his line of business and keeps on hand only the best grades of wines, liquors and t Igars. Concert every evening furnishes amusement for visit ors, and Professor Schwabs, the well known pianist, is making the music one of tha features of the place. Call and bring your friends with you. OtJK CORNER. ' I A gentleman's resort, at corner Bond and 12th street. The finest brands of liquor and dear always on hand. Call I tnd try us. ANDERSON PETJiRSON. t No; were not making much money oa those; men's sboea we are selling for 12, but we are mak lnc an active canvasser for us out of every customer who buys a pair. THE ARCADE. NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS. Ice Is hereby given that the tax roll Is now In my hands for collec Taxes must be paid on or before L IK16, to save additional costs. JAS. W. HARE, Sheriff and Tax Collector. OM NOW UNTIL SPRING g and winter wraps will be In They can be discarded, tcmpor- le traveling In the steam-hated the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. way. For solid comfort, for for safety, no other line can rlth this great railway of the ugh they hurt ladle should beet boots these muaay aays. will show to greater ad- Children Cry for '8 Castoria. Rcnl Go. SPECIAL OFFER-We have row placed on the market Block 105 srd water frontage, and will offer lots In that addition at prices way below adjoining property. We will give you good terms on this property, and a few : dollars invested in lots in this addition will sure make you money. See fine display map in our window. Or. JUST opened I Ladies' Shirt Waists Latest Styles and Patterns-Lowest Prices NEW SHIRT WAIST BELTS Albert Dunbar AROUND TOWN. Success, the mark no mortal wit. Or surest hand can always hit; For. whatsoe'er we perpetrate. We do but row, we're steered by fate. -Butler. Few wwiffl ever think to fe. a waiter. Mr. John T. Hay, formerly of lhl city. was down from Portland Sunday. William McKlnley Is buylrut Astoria read wtate, a a ulanca at the transfers will show. ; The Ea.ter rabbit is th.si.rln. Santa ! Claus of many young- people s Imajlna- . uou. - For Faster T.ga Pyes BO to Hoser' Pnur Store. Look In the, window for. colors. Eight for S cent. Miss Lewi anTMTsa PnRette. late maklnc at Mrs. RappKye's old stand, ' ' No. 15 10th street, ! , j The store of the Foard Stoke Co. i and P. A. Stokes will be closed today, ' because nf the fumral at Berkeley, CaJ.. i of Mr. Jamea Stokes, Sr. 1 : James Chris. Chrtstenson, a native ot ; Denmark, yesterday tiled notice ot his ittHr t'l fad "'" ' h -n,.,,,.. or not 'ny purcnase or not It's Just as easy to try One Minute Cough Cure as anything else. It's easier "T r " coiJ ,lh ,t' Le your next purchase for a cough be One Minute Cough Cure. Better me.ll- cine: b,r result: better try it. Chas. Rogers. The county court yesterday served an Injunction restraining Neustadt'r Bros., Sheriff Hare, and the Osgood Slrcantile Cd. from disposing of the property for merly belonging to Mary L. Osgood, for the payment of any claims against the Osgood Mercantile Co. Beading the statement yesterday that In Berlin there are sixteen noWes. seven retired army officers and thr-'e clergymen employed as cab drivers a city official remark-d: "It Is fortunate their lots were no cast In Astoria, as th-re would not be enough .vehicles to go around. Just received a lanr consignment of wall paper and room moulding, by far the largest and t6t stock of irnds In the city, now on hand. No hous m the Const can undersell us. Tr-ar this In mind. Call and get the proof of th s assertion. B. F. Allen & Son, succ ssors to B. F. Allen. A handsome ladles' gown for an after noon tea has a black brocaded skirt, which is full In the back, but very plain In front. Th'Te Is a round-walsted b d loe, with blouse front, high velvet waist band, and embroidered stomacher. The full sleeves ar divided Into two wavlnR?, - I - . I - .1 "u "re ,JU'"' ru.uC. . . . " . , Another story Is told of the effect of ,the recTit storms on the Ole.nmorae. It 8'ti y ?",?.. w h? " ' kn.OW' V"" ' e.e . e,M, ,en ",every .Jea.y ""J ,haL h mo,ved ,ar.uP Jhe ach- An ntnrl"lng P111""' !'' ,noUBht' ml,fht mik" """" by "tS",nlnf a ummer ho'e' " vaw?l' pivlng daJlef on ,h declt' eIC Yesterday afternoon the steamer May flower went over to Ilwaco after a scow loadfd with three car loads of the wreck age from the st:amer Point Loma. re cently purchased by Martin Foard. It was found necessary to construct a car specially to carry the boiler and en gines from Long Beach to Ilwaco. Th" steamer Is not sinking much and will remain in sight for years. A statistician of the German govern ment determined to make an Investiga tion of the superstition regarding Friday as an unlucky day. He has given the world a book of queer table and figures, which Drove that It 1 Mnnrlav. and nnf Friday, that Is the most fatal and un- fortunate day of the w-ek. The expe- rlence of certain Astortans yesterday tended to prove the statistician's theory, I A dispatch from the Cape received ye. terday atated that th're was no change : In the Glenmorag's position. This Is somewhat remarkable, as, during the , calm weather following the disaster, th vessel worked at least ninety feeit up the ! b.ch. It Is said three firms will und'r- , take to float the ship, one a syndicate ! of Ban Francisco, another a Seattle firm and Captain "Bob" Mcintosh, of Port- I land. Captain Pope, Lloyd's Portland agent. Is positive the vess-1 may yet be I saved. I John Doe was drunk attain Sunday I evening. This Individual gets on a tear j more times, probably, than anyone In ' existence. He was w-ll dressed on this ' occasion, but that didn't affect his con dition in the least. Being possessed of the sum of five piece of silver, he gave it to Chief Loughery yesterday morning, not wishing to leave It lying around and tr hl" departure from the city Jail. H failed to materialize In the police court yterday and his V like the utars and stripes, 1 still there. The following from an Interview, ap- peaing In the N'-ws last evening, 'with the Hon. C. W. Fulton, concerning the results of Saturday's Republican primary election, was a surprise to manv. and caused some comm'nts at the hoMs and club rooms: "There Is but one thing, . and It Is this; as a positive fact the con ' ventlon will only nominate nvn as repre sentatives who will pledge themselves to 1 support Senator Mitchell in caucus and j out of caucus, at all times wh ther the , caucus supports him or not, and keep 3Htx.tcT L,otirtH, ItivcHtmctttH oticl IiiHtiriutcc. on iiortlnir him until hla election. There w re enough men elected to Inalat upon thl, and It will be done with no uncertainty." Tho. Peterson, of John Pay', In In the city. Jacob Kendall was over from IVp Hlver yewterday. Merchant yesterday reported a Monday In business. blue Max Waitner. the jeweler, went to San Francisco Sunday morning on the ttte. I Mr. Alex Campbell returned yesterday j from a week' visit at Ronnie Ilrae cot- j tag at Seaside, i Despite the rough wcathT yesterday, several white ull wore vn scudding i across the buy. August lren and August Peterson left on Sunday' steamer for Alaska with ; i a i'iyw of men tor the canneries, via San j Francisco. I This I Holy Week. Service will he held in the varlou churvhe dally, prr paratory to the otwervan.v of Good Frl day and Kaater Sunday. The last few day of bad weather brought a cro of old and rheumatism. Kvery other person In Astoria I ut tering one way or the other. Mnl , N ,4klu(. of wiwxtt who h, been In the city for ome llm Mind mrd- treatment l rapidly rvo erlnjr. and , .'"aVe to return home' ts- a P f .ntertninment ha he n n,,,,..,! un,tl u,,..,, Allrii Sh i. cau' of the fact that a "Texa Steer ., ... .,., i ' T !, J,h' M?T? .Rl,r'e !"iK.r. lartre force of new men to the railroad camps. Mr. V. YV. Corey and Sup rln teiHlent Wattl. went out on the Una Work was commTioed yesterday on the new Portland Hotel at Ing Beach. Tlie drelirn tor the building I a novel one, and It will be an ornament to that sum mer resort. Joe Friend yesterday undertook the contract of (luting the teeth of the horses at N'ormlle's ramp. , The Astoria Planing Mill is still run . nlng on full time, and la now doing some special work, having secured the ser- vices of one of the best stair build 'rs on ths coast. They are looking for a bm' Mrs. T. V. Vail, wife of the foreman 1 of Clunp NK ,v0 Polnt ind 7ite Columbia Iron Work, on Eight- ,(rvW. put m a new ten-foot Se- bastlan lathe on Saturday. The machine OT'J PTfecUy yestenlay. and the pro- prl,,or!1 ln. vry proud of It. They r' now manufaoturlng the Iron work for Fastabend s new battery pile driver. ; . Orace church parish will hold one of the largest parish m-sUn- tn the histoiy of the church on Faster Monday. Thrs are many matters of Importance rorr.lnx before the people, and It Is anticipated that the church will he put upon a most prosperous basis. The steamer Dispatch. Captain NorrU, which has Just been fitted with new holl ers at the Astoria Iron Works, yesterday mad her trial trip to Tonitup Point and return. It wan reported thai everything worked satisfactorily, and the captain w-111 be off for Pnget Sound In a f- w days. The Mr. Brown. who death was re ported In Sunday's Astorlun, a having occurred at 2 o'clock that morning at George & Parker's cannery, was the sail maker on the ship (ioiden State, A. A. U- Brothers). In wa, at the same time when K. W. Taliant was mate of that well known vessel. Captain Hatch, of th flvemat d schooner IaiuIs, now loading lumber at Skamokawa. was In the city yno-trdiiy purchasing supplier. He says he has had some trouble with thJ new cook he shipp ed here. His name Is Murphy, and he understands he has serv-tl hi time In Jail, at least he Is satisfied the man has developed light-fingered prop ruiltir about the vessel. Harry Height a 12-year-old lal of n ney. was brought to the city last evening by his fath.-r. for the treatment of a broken arm. It sems that the boy whm riding a wild mare, which threw him, stepping on hi arm, and producing a ccmmlnuted, complicated fracture, both bones being crush. d. Dr. Kstes was called 8nd r-dured the fracture. I.ate In the evening the llttl? fellow was resting as easily as could be expected. HI father plaz-ed him with a friend of th family, Mrs. McKenxle. The variety of weather bestowed upon this city Sunday and ynterday, fully demonstrated the ability of Asto-'a's g-n:al weather clerk to create a wnr dance among the elements, at almost t moment's notice. Oales of wind, fleer, hall, snow, and rain, followed each nth r In i.ulck succession, much to th detrl mcn! of unsuspecting pedestrians. The sun would shine for twenty mlnut ', ns If In mockery, then from almost a clar sky, thos who happened to be out of doors, were pelted with hailstones. It la to he hoped that the weather office will do bettir next time. Captain Bendegaard. of the Signal, stated yesterday that this Is one of the very few trips he makes wlthtout bring ing China freight. His visit to Victoria this time was between trip of the Ort ental steamers. On ih ih of ir-ii 1 11h th. pJir.eJL t .ini nn L- r,Tof n..": another cargo of Chinese will connect wl and will have another cargo of Chinese freight and passengers. The captain says that he can figure upon the arrival of the Oriental steamers almost to a minute, and different from railroad trains they are usually, if anything, a little ahead of time. The captain doesn't go very much upon the Iron hora compared with an ocean liner. DeWltt's Sarsaparllla Is prepared for cl'anslng the blood. It builds up and strengthen constitutions Impaired by disease. Chas. Rogers. A PIECE OF HER MIND. A lady correspondent has this to say: "I want to give a piece of my mind to a certain class who object to advertising, when it costs them anythlngthls won't cost them a cent I suffered a living death for nearly j two years with heartache, backache, In I pain standing or walking, was being lit- I erally dragged out of existence, my mls'-ry increased by drugging. "At last. In despair, I committed the j sin of trying an advertised m'-dlclne, Or. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, and It re- stor'sl me to the blessednes of sound health. I honor the physician who, ; when he knows he can cure, has the moral courage to advertise the fact." The mMlclne mentioned cures all the delicate diseases peculiar to females, as "Female Weakness," pTtodlcal pains, lrrefc'ulatitles, iK-rvous prostration spasm, chorea or St. Vltus's Dance, slex-plessness, threatened Insanity. To permarvsntly "cure" constipation, biliousness, indication or dyspepsia, use Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Price' Ctvam Baking IVwd r never de teriorate or loae strength. MKM' FOR WEDNESDAY. lb cdkfaat. Orange and bananas SIIchI. Omelet, with Sausage. Broiled Porterhouse Steak. Hashed I trow mil Totatne. Toasted Kntlre Wheat Holla. CorTee. Luncheon. Soft Clam, fried In Crumb. Cold Sliced Reef with Mustard ami Horse radish Sauce. Sweet Potato Sou eo. Baked Paoh Dumpling. Pinner. Oyster a la Alexander Duma. Olives, Caviare. Consomme a la Celeetlna. Sheep's Head, mix Kim Hrrbe. ttref MatwUalsc. Potatoes Puchease. Roast Chicken. Ollilet Gravy. French Bean. Tomatoes, Mayonnaise. Apple Sponge. Coffee. NtilSOMK Jil'l(NAl.lSTS. Astoria t'uis.d by in of ilif Mcl l..ihsotue o( the iMass. The Oreitoiilan - "Almost rrry snall t'wu i.llos im Mle publication callliii; Uelf a new. vairr tn lUe by threat -nlntf to make rxpomire of IM iwc. ailillo.-, lrre ilnrltl' or prht. tmnstictions In the llrs ot clilinis which they oild pr fer to keep ct.tn .tlil. PitIUi I is not yet Uritr cmuih'li to l f r. e frtn thee pests, and It Is not to be etpcic.l, perhaps, that Astoria slioul I b tirs trom them. Tet the cltHens of wny twi ute r-iH.nsltile for the existence ,f such putit'cution uni.ni; them. Atcrla tins iu that U parttculurty noisome. Its editor I one of the meet louth.om of hi class. He has Wen Indict..! ard con' Icte.l ..f ll. bel; hs lcn uhlrpe I un.l klckrd nloul the streets till nieu feel that It Is a dHKrace to thctnselvis. to cutljri or kick him any more: and .ct there are some who still are afraid he ml. In print some thing utnln.t thent. They are very wrek. It Is not necessary . It'i t to kick, to horsewhip or to lie In the least slmld of the varlrt who ,rlnt paper of that class, or to pay them for silrncv Just let them alone." tf dw Pl'TEltS AND 8EIJ.EHS. The following transfers were filed for record yesterday at the office of County Recorder Ounderson; It. F. Packard to M. D. 8ttte. the south half ot the narthemt quarter, and the northeast quar ter of the northeast quarter of section II: and the southeast quarter ot the southeast quarter Ot section 11, township ( nnrtt;. range 5 West Clatsop county to A. T. oCllltupi, quit claim deed to Lot 10, 11, and U. Block h Columbia addition . . . O. J Hall and wife to A. J. Col lings, Lots 10. 11 and 12, Mock 10. (.Vlumbla addition Van Dusen Investment Company to Martin tlustafson, lot J, Block I William Strong and wife to Jas. Taylor, quit claim deed to Lots . S and . Block Is, Shlveley'a Astoria Rotiert L Hall, tmte to William McKlnley, Uts J and i. Block 15. Columbia Addition H. A. Strong to William McKlnley. quit claim deed to Lots 3 and . Itlock l:. Columbia addition... H. M. and W. M. Cake to Agnes Held, lot It. T and . Mock V an.l lots IS and 11, Railroad Ad dition to Ocean lidove t'nitetl Slat to Charles Koby. southeast quarter of section X!, tow nship II north, range 9 west, ! acres, patent 1.0 IM The Shak.rs have niaile a gr. at hit. Their iMgi'stlve I'ordlal is s.ild tn lie the most succ Knftil renieily f.ir ntotnach troubles ever Itltroilllced It Imilledlale. ly relieves nil pain and dbdrra aft. r .'.itlng. bull. Is up th- feeble syst -m and makes the weak strong. Tho fact Is, foods proHrly dlgeetel ar tieiiter than so-called tonic. Th" Cnr illal not only contains food already dl geeiteil, but Is a digester of other foods. Food that Is not digested dee s mor harm than good. People who use the Curd'al Insure the digestion of what food they eat ami In this way g-t the (xneflt of It and gnw strong. The little pamphlet which the Shakers have s-nt drugitists or fr.e distribution i-ontaln much lntretlng Information on th subjivt of dyspepsia. I'AXHI, Is not a mixture of drugs. It Is nothing but Castor Oil made palatable. APVERTIHED LETTERS. The following letter were uncallM for at the postolflce In Astoria on March th, 10: Backus, Miss Llzxle. Jordan, Chaa. Henas, Constantlne. Johnston, Wm. Bookcamp, Mr. Richards, F. (. Bush, Mrs. Llsilo Sec. Agr'l Society. Chandler, Adella (2) Weller & Co. O. Delvllle, Mlsa Emily Young, R. M. Forbes, Andrew. Woodcock, J. (2) Foreign. BJelland, Bven. Olsson, Annie. We might tell you more about One Minute Cough Cure, but you probably know that It cures a cough. Every on does who has used It. it Is a perfect remedy for cough, colds, hoarseness. It Is an especial favorite for children, be ing pleasant to take and quick In curing. Chas. Rogers. . ! t.w. . A . , .... . I . . . uiu, r.ariy Risers Just for the good they will do rim are good lor In- digestion, good for headache, good for "ver """plaint, good for oonstlpaUon. n.h IM h m... r. you. inese little Pills are good for In They are good. Chas. Rogers. LACKING IN FAITH. Exchange. I "I shall pray for that man," muttered 1 D"cn Ironside, looking after the fellow i who had called at his shon to vr.i fne the Hon. Bath-House John, and had gone away with a flea In his ear. "I shall pray for him, but I know mighty well It won't do any good." Pure blood means good health. De j Witt's Sarsaparllla purifies the blood, . cures Eruptions, Ecs-ma, Scrofula, and . all dlBeo.sc arising from Impure blood. 1 Chas. Rogers. KARL'S CLOVER ROOT will purify your blood, il.ar your complexion, regu late your Bowels, and make your heml clear as a bell. 26 ct., Go cts.. and 11 00 Sold by J. W. Conn, Believe that the comforters "marked down" art sometimes filled: with cotton. " " " "A TALKNTED EDITOR." Gentlemen: I had occasion to use sev- era! boxer of Kraune's llendache Cap. sulus while traveling to Chicago to at. tend the National Democratic convention. They acted like a charm In preventing headaches and dizziness. Have had very little headache since my return, which Is remarkable. Yours respectfully. JOHN U. SHAFFER, Ed. Renovo (Pa.) Record. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria, Or., sole agent Remember H For ahortrntng never ue mot than two -third a mm It Lotto lene a vou would of laid. Whcu flvnn will) Cottokiie always put L these ! ai ru It In roM Pan, lieatlnt; it with tlte pan. Cottnlcnr prmliicr the a lct truult when vrrv lt, but a J it rcncltcstlto cooking joiiit tmictl (. Diredions ij!MMirr t'.t.m I nd, e tc aliKuM ! c I taken not U1 ! il t'f.rti -when lto; Irnouith, it will i!. !u'clv I town bit of lucid iu li.i.l a ...i.iuto. r w- i (O follow lue'e uir-cTiiir in ui!ii( VCottxU'iie and laid ;ll never 3 ajj.tiu be jetitiilltl in y.iur kiu lt- f( Ct or i-i yv.ir nv.i. Ocllimie Cotto'.ctie is sold f vriv- r where in tins with limtc tuatk - J "(WlW and ilia t am. ix I fn.vsj fjW trrrws -uuevciy l ti. t4 i atmie mi i y ty t S .Hi N K. rnHlk tu'lsPikNT l Iauh. & The man who owns hla house cannot help looking a little bit supmiur when lu meets hi neighbor, carrying a Dree don clock In one hand and a fool tub In the other In one ot hi pilgrimages to the hum he ha rented, and Into which he la moving on the Installment plan. Jl ST AKKIVKI). Second liiMullmcnt of IMlMi Wall I'ii pern, niivi More to Conic. Turtle who Srs ilelru of securing th latest its p.lern. ami designs In wall papsr should call on C. M. Cut- i birth, who has Just received his second Installment from the F.ait. A third la now on the way. Mr. Ctilhtrth claims he has the best selected stuck In the city, and It will he old at lower prices than prevail elsewhere. Th. store oc cupied by Mr. Cutblrtti Is spacious and well Hiilited giving the purchaser a fair chance to examine hi. good. Rear in mind that this stock I all new and up to date, side. tippo.ll potorflce, on w.sw Thnv little wax pigs p-eplng over th . edge of a boat form the enticing rov-r I to a tx of r,;g tsintMin Intctklvvl a an 1 Kaster gift for some Juvenile. AHoAun suit'. S voyna" ar usually tie nied piomo tlve of health. So they are In mo.t raa,. Hut It imo' he doubted If the shaking up alHMtnl sliip, which most people of very fragile 011-t I lull. .11 and weak nervr get. Is out prejudicial In Its effect if not averted or nullified by a medicinal safe- guard. The btst, If we are to U'lkv the ttltnony of ocean traveller, whether th y go abroad for health, pleasure or j business. Is Hoatetter' Stomach Bitter. I Invalids, commercial traveler, sea cap- I tains, and yachtsmen concur In recom mending this fine defensive tonic. 80 do emigrants to the frontier, the Inhab itants of m ilarlou r gtons, and all who are exoed 10 hardship or rigor of ell mate. For malarial, rheumatic, or kid ney trouble, nervotiftiiess, dysiietuila, liver complaint, and constipation, It I emi nently eillcacloua, and commended by the medical fraternity far and near. A man had better never attempt a silk hat If It I not of the aeason'a shape. A two or three-year-old "aloveplp." I as noticeably Incorrect a If It were of tha vintage of 'TO. Captain Sweeney, r. S A.. San Diego, Cal. say: "Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy is the nrst meillclne I have ever found that would do me any good." Price 10 centa. Sold by J. W. Conn. The amount of real comfort a Woman gets out of a new rug or a pair of charm ing curtains Is beyond a man's compre hension. Two things worth knowing first, to make friends; next, to keep them. We believe our granite ware stock Is doing that dally. Large Dlah Pan 42 centa, THE ARCADE. Fancy china Is used largely In place of cut glass or silver. NOTICE. I All persons are hereby notified not to trust my wife, Bessie Marsh, as I will not lie responsible for any debts sh may contract without my written ord'r. GEO. MARSH. Astoria, Oregon, March 25th, 18M. REMOVAL, Having removed to Bond street next door to jerrrrs restaurant. I respectfully In vite my frlnnd and other In need of good, honest footwear, to call on m In tn" now Place. New work as well as re- pairing. Good workmanship and live and let live prices. 8. A. OlMRE. A TWlttTKR. A twister In twisting May twist him a twist, For In twisting a twlat Three twists make a twist; Rut If one of th twists Untwists from the twlt, The twist untwisting Untwists the twist. That Is, when It's twisted with any other twine than MARSHALL'S. To People Wanting Homes On the Hinman Tract Good Hesiflence Lota " lCoy of Access Comparatively L,evel An! only five blocks west of the Post Office Square, will be sold at low prices and on easy terms for a short time only Bitters of All Kinds Buffalo Lithia Water Bethesda Water Dinner Wines mu! . ...AT. FOARD & STOKES CO. Hustler's Twentieth St. Good Reason Why Lots Are SellinLx! Hitle ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO., 483 llond Street. S. ml llMAN. lets at Freeman a Molai. COLUHBIA Foundrymcn, Blacksmiths, Machinists and Boiler Makers. MANUFACTURING AND REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY. lror? and Brass Casting. MPT.CI ALTIliM 1 Wckh Patent Wheel, Ship Stnltblni and Sleambat Work, Cannery and mil Machinery, Marine and 5tatlunary Boilers Built to Order tlTSnevlallv e-iulrr J tor I. offers' Work. l.cxatrJ on 18H1 and Ff-inkllii (Svow H.iv FounJtvl. Phone?. CurresponJenve mlkltrj. In't Jump to the conclusion that the man you ace going Into a pawnbroker' la about lo obtain money on hi watch or other personal prprrty. H may be g"lng In to secure sunt of the womler- 1 ful bargain oneroi in tne witutow-ai ' least, five 111 in the betiafU of tho doubt. INtHiltSKD HY TIIK PRI'SS. tlenlemen:-Tlil I to certify that I have used Krausr' Headache Capsule with satisfactory results. I IhuikIiI a Uix w hich cost me r- and one capsule cured ni of a dreadful sick hea.Uch. My wife anil myself have both used the medicines manufactured by the Norman t.lehty M'f'g. Co., and we recommend them to the public as being Just what ; ihey are represented j Respectfully I W. P llt'TCII IH11V Kd f!ette Pleasant Hill. Mo. Twenty-five cents, for snle by Chaa. Roger. Astoria, or , sole agents. Diana (bride)- How do they know that we am bride and bridegroom? W have on our old clothe and I rublnd my wd dlng ring In (he ashe to make It look old HrldogrGom-O, yr,, but 1 knocked ov.r the Inkstand whn 1 regis tered -New York World. AN ENIGMATICAL HILL OF FARF. For a dinner, servo! on th I Unlng ear of Ihe Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, will be sent to any address on reoelpt of a two-cent postage stamp. Apply to Geo. II. Ileuffurd. General Pas senger Agent. Old Colony Building, Chi csgo, Illinois. Anthony Hope Hawkins, who elimi nated hla last name when he toot to literature, will visit this country n'xt winter. ROYAL Baking Powder has been awarded highest honor at every worlifa Mr where exhibited. Women can never Irarn that whan a man's love Is dead It cannot be wanned over like a yeaterdsy's turkey, and (he sooner they stop trying to nrv up hash Instead of the whole fowl th less likely they are to suffer pangs of lndlgwtlve affection, WANTED. WANTED-An honest, active gentleman or lady to travel for reliable established! house. Salary, 1780, payable 116 WMklfi and expense. Situation permanent Ref- erenens, Kncloa self-addressed Stamped envelope, The Dominion Company, Ml Omaha Building, Chicago. FOR BALE. Sloop Dolphin. Length, 22 feet; breadth 18 feet. Apply at one to LOYAL L. CLARK. Bay Center, Wash. JAPANESE OOODS-Just out Just re ceived Just what you want, at Wing Lea's, Ml Commercial street. FOR RENT. FOR RENT A furnished suits of rooms on ground floor, centrally located, tit Exchange street FOR RENT Nice rooms, over C. n. Smith's candy store. Inquire of Alex Campbell. W. R. SMITH, Astoria niul Melv'ce Ave. Is bitutitt'tl on the south bide ol As ttiria'ri hills Twenty degrees warmer and vegeta tion thirl v diiVH.iu advance of the North Magiiilicent sites for residonceH, over looking liver and bay, sunny ami shel tered.' Knsy ami natural grades; little or no grinliiij; necessary. H. T. IIAHI.H. lated Suckle, C el. IRON WORKS. - Qencra! Blacksmith Work. THE ASTORIA SAYINGS BflHK Act trustee for corporations and Is dividual Transact a genrral banking bualnasa. tiMarwK paid on time doalla J. q A. InivVLIir.. HKNJ. Yul'NO Fit AN at PATPtlN... Prtwldettt .Vic 1'rwei.VMU Casklar DIRECTORS. J. Q. A. Bowlby. C. II. Pas. UsnJ Young. A. H. Reed, D. P. Thompson W. K. Dement. Oust tlntmee. North Pacific Brewery JOHN ICOPP.Pfop Bohemian Lager Beer And XX POH IEK. Laave orders with J. L. Carleoa at ths Runnyslde Saloon or Louis lloentg at th IVaamopoUuon saloon. All order will b. promptly attended to. THE BOARD OF TRADE IM'.TI'.M lOHI4t:i.., Prop. ONLY THE FINEST LIQUORS. Cor. T.nth and Hond .Mrwl. THE RESORT UHOMIIAUBM tt Ills' AC H. ' Beat Hrsnda ol WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS " BEST ON 1MB COAST." Th Faaout Oambrlnm Ber Always ea Tap, . , 473 Commercial St., Astoria, Ore. ' WnilMn'l It tw ' a good Idea to tag tha Burlington next time you go east 7 Not only Is It ths SHORT Una to Omaha, Kansaa City, and St Louis, but Its aervloe to tho and all other southern and southeastern points la bet ter and faster than that of any other railroad. People who take It onoe, take it a eeoond, a third, a rourtn, a firth time. Tickets, time-tables and full information on appli cation to th local ticket agent or by addressing A. C. SHELDON, O. A., Portland, Or. Manager Headquarters at Smith Bros Law Office.