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1'hfc. MOKMNU ASTOUIAN MMAi, DKCKMliKK 10, im.
CULLISON & CO.
Wheat and Stock Brokers
Headquarter, for Hry (iooUs on the Lower Columbia
r Mils 'T.MJ
We nro now slinvins a
call jiarlii-uliirntu ntioii to the quality of our I Mils. You will i
find tho prices the same as chargvd for i hoajHT, inferior makes
of Dolls. Drtl and Undressed Pol!, Raby Polls, Talking 1
Polls, Kid mnl Jointed Polls and Kisque lKlls.
WEEKLY LONDON BUDGET.
(Continued from first page.)
hi holding thTe aj worth much, bo
llevlcg the Birs will wreck Ih town
and mines to-fuce surtvndering.
Wo no Ung sr." Mid Mr. While,
have cabla connoction with President
Kniger, m I tun uiwble tt speak defi
nitely regarding lloer opinion of the
progrcs of the war. I Jo believe how
ever, that afut- Kith rtife-B have had
more fighting ilvy will grow jnnre
tlrvd and an offer by Ptwid.mt MoKin
l?y to arbltr.Ua will be accepted. Presi
dent Krugvr will rt surrender until
the lan ditch and that will nat be
reached be for battles lane fought far
Jurder thaji haw jvt marked the cam.
rUj;n. Even if President Kruger
wished to make terms he could it do
so. Th- woman alone wouid pr-vent
It, for the Boer womn, though usually
phltgmatie and taking lit .lo part In the
a lairs of the Tv.-n. whtw roused t the
present pitih are i-erhaps, a more seri
ous factor than the Bo-r cvimm.uidos.
The British public. Is only Just Ugin
ning tc rvalU ihe extent of the dis
affection in Capo Colony. When th?
lighting is ail over, nothing will have
been accomplish si for tiw ru,:ch
though sullenly obxliwit, will take no
part and no kjitwl in iruernatlot.a
ma'ters. harboring, with racial ten
acity, the memory of tlHr wrongs and
instilling hate of th Knglisth into their
num-t-ous offering, thus laying the
soeJs of continual unrst."
The removal of Irish magistrate ex
taibKlng tendenrks to lympalhiie with
the Boers cynfjnu-s at a lively rate.
Mr. Connor O'Kelly, chtiirmaa of the
V. ivo county council, is jthe Latest vic
tim, w hile it is said that, a number of
other magiatra:-.' in the went have
beer asked by the lord chancellor for
an explanation of their sp-echts,
whit h is a probabb- pivliminary to
. their removal.
Major James Bryc, liberal member
ol pjrl anient for the south U vision t i j.ajd on the 130,w5, thjUgh the sum Is
Ab.-rdeen. has beo challenged to rv- given interest frje.
sign hia seat by jne of his kadlng
cotu-lituents and twn the feeitng of t,he The French appil -ouns haw de
voters on tne stand he has taken on r' kl1 that a womin of fHitn nation-
the South African war. '..ion-! Her-
brfi Katun, of tl- (Irenmier Ou-inls.
wno nas ixnn pnun.ixi to rrMjor-Ki-;
era!, is the huslxind of a daughter of I
the lute F. O. Kr.meh. of N.-w York. ,
General Ko,:o,rs m.vjiej- is aU.i an
American. He had 9 -n no active r-'
vice "nd e .mnian.b-d the C.ren-idier!
t.uards when they were .nt in din-
tit-y .vr nt in dis-
ace to Bermuda. ;
As a sefiu-l Vj Em;wror William's;
recent visit to England, gu-.-jn Vic-j
to.ia has intitn u-d h'r intention uf
conf.'rrii.g th- ..rd -r of thi? "Jart-.T n i
the Ccrman crown irisw, The ct- -
mony will prulnbly iK-cur during whej
ouin'a virtit to Pots-lain in I'MM. wh.-n j
thr reel pi .'il i 1- It. thv s.uiv at,"-j
at which "h -nip-nt w-ived a. eimi- '
lar .lx'orptivn. ',
Th.' lYin uf Wal will l th !
SU.st i f Mr. licb-r It. Hi.hut. furm-r- j
ly of Xf- York. fro:n Die. 11 t-. Dc. i
1 m fiuht"!i !i:iil, which Mr. His-!
bop rvntu from Ch.ilmo:nl.'li-y. ;
Klabirat pr -tiii tli.) is have b-en :
nad... tn t-nt -I'Min his .-wyal highn-.-s.
It !s nnnuuir-i-'i that th,- null lK.t-1 .
at lto-h-st.T. so much tss.n'i itl with
ll . l.it- f'hat-l'W D'u-k inx. is to be S"ld ;
at auction during the pr-.sctit month.
It contains a 'juarr'lty of Dlcki-ns fu--;
ni'ui i. Om litllc Hitting romi is -n- ;
'tiit-ly funii-i:nd with thin.-rs forni-ily;
I'r- il by the nov-llst.
e e j
U. C. U-hmun his ai?.iln bp-n
ch w-'u tn l ou' h Cambridge for the in-j
te -varsity bint race. Associated wiih
Win will l H. Willis, who was at
Harvard with Lelimann. The latter
Ris next y-iar'a ra will probatly
I'L-cur April 4. 'and he experts to uVi
mt of his coa'hing in Maren. He
docH not contimplate anther Ameri
e e e
It Is said that Mr. Pierre Lorillard
will race again in England next sea
son and Mr. W. C. Whitney will have
a lot of hoi-iva her-?, which indicates,
acccrding to an Knglish racing au
thoiity, tluat more money will go to
America than befora
A ijucstloa as to the eligibility of
I.orl William Hereford's D-motrat,
now the favorite for tlie next derby has
arisen, the race blng officially de
scribed us for colts and Allies while
T'en.ocral is a gilding. But this is
r-A likely to prove a serious obstacle,
us other geldinga hive run In previous
drhys. Hut, it might result In regula
tions on this point, gowmring future
e e e
M utauk, Don Alonzo, Blondin II,
, and Dakota, the steeplechase winners
this week were aJlbrcJ In America.
us ii-.-iv oe "Jim ....s-..-
Lo:d Cotbenliam ftnd Lsidy Re Ne-
wry lnre stock of iVlk We
Vt'trtrtS. Lp.vS (Ui'Sfls,
Te nJ CS-:cU t Sfs, .'xW S;ts.
CCME IVST tO LOCK
G ilmnan r.porur 2 C
ylU wvre married befvtre a n gistrur a i
f tv h' urs af.e.r the latter' hustarid,
1. Blundall-Ltigh had an absolute de-1
crec nisi granted him. I'ottttiiham be-j
ing the citrrtivtn-litat.
1-nn'tilus 'mi.iVninUU. a Lolidou J
stock brvk'-r wis granteU this ttrk a
serat!oa frvm his wife on the gr.nd '
of desertion. She l the daughter of ;
irh.u. Kalii. a .v ll-k:Kttn tlixvk!
n-irvhartl Iwre and Xew Yoik.
where the tinit is kno.in us KalU
l;roth':. Mr. ILilli .iitUvl iM.frO on
ii. s Uviutiiucr, liui uus o ikk loin
Reports have Ven -'unnt that Arvh
ibi. K.!b.s is lytas. but a rvprowm
tative of th a.ia: l rntw Uurns
tha.'. they tin- unf u:iJ"d. The cele
brated war crr -sp :ivU.ii has been m
rxT la-al:h Junns .he last lew years,
but hi is r.o norv, lie is now living
in London with his American l
ir llichari Tartnit. on whose plans
the Mills hous.'s. Xew York, were built,
ana who plajm-i Loudon's Rowton
houses, as the po.tr man's hotels an
called, intends establishing a similar
institution for womu. He has re
ceived an uffer of jC.0o0 from a per
sonal friend In America to this cr.d.
Sir Itichard Tarraat was interviewed
by a reporter of the Asuciated Press,
but refused to divulge the donor's
name. He deni?ii the rumor, however,
that it was Mr. D. O. Mills. The
amount off-rod will build one house
h' ldit.g 500 womjn. The building Is
Intended for the use of any woman
able to pay v) cen-s pur week for a
room. The institution will be wlf sup.
porting and intarjat will probably be
a,ity can punisved :u France
a-luli-rt. The d-cifl was rid. r-l i
the celebrai.il o-v- of ilaiiame :
Ti?zza di Mustlla, whu, in February j
liisf n;is co:i-i-m:eU f ir this ..ffen.se.
1 n nam- s oi M i j r faruza.ir.ti ana j
Captain Ircyfus c-r..- irag.i into the
Jr'-!- u'lkh was ''V various
MI'l aLs on the rfr-und -4 M.i Ume
" " " ' " ....v.n... ,
Trezxa Ji MulU a f..r-u':.. r
and therefore not liable puriMhnieiit.
Now this p.nt iiaj r n Jecii.1, fur
thrr argun".-nt.s vv i!l tak- .ini llv-,
ti'iai i-pjihi.-i-s t'i U; tc uf tho !ong-st
ausrs tKbivs. e
French statis j.-s of the ,ast y.-ai
I'hovi thai th" numfcr-r of lej.hs has 1
increased by .!',:j4, -vhlie th'; nuint.r;
of births has dvcread.-d by 10,174. a
striking coitirniiti n, ;t Is inu-d out1
of the s-.i'ictur-.-y .iLa-ie u tie- nation '
b fold's uxtm '.;).. '
Walking the Moor.
When a business man i;et to the point
j where he cannot -lecp at nilil, where lie it
, so shattered of nerve that it is torture to
I even it-main in his bed. and he h;. lo get
j up and pace l he floor -it i time f r that
' man to britiK liini-eif up with a round turn.
' If hi- docs not it nicati nervous proslratios
and mental, if not physical, death
For a man who trrts into this conditio
there is a remedy that will brace him tin,
'. put lnui on hi- ( et and make a man of him
strain. It is Ur. Pierce's (golden Medical
i Discovery. It goes to the bottom of things
' It searches out the lir-i cause. When a
man is in this condition you can put your
, fiiisier on one of two spots and hit that first
: cause the stomach or the liver or both.
This great medicine acts directly on these
pots. It promptly transforms a weak stoni
i ach into a healthy one It facilitates the
1 flow of digestive juices and makes diges
tion and assimilation perfect. It gives a
! man an appetite like a boy's. It invigor
ates the liver. It fills the blood with the
lil'c-giving elements of the food, and makes
' it pure, lich p'd and plentiful The blood
is thr life current, and when it is filled wilii
the elements th.it build new and healthy
, tissues, it do, s not take Ioiik to make a man
well and stiong It builds firm, muscular
flesh tissues and strong and steady nerve
; fibers. It puts new life, vigor and vitality
iulo every atom and organ of the body. It
I rtires nervous exhaustion and prostration
Nothing "just as good" can be found at
' I had suff-red about eleven yearn with a pain
! In the back of my le ad and hack." writes Mr
Kolert Hubbard, of Vomer, Lincoln Co . Ark.
( 'I suffered for eleven yeais -d spent a great
deal ol moiiev for doctors and n. dirine. but did
not get reiiei men I tried loi:.- bottlee of the
'Golden Medical LMscovery' and mprovtd ifreal
y. i ut lor live more and now am glad lo Uil
everyone that I ara in good beaito.'
niRFrr uirfq m Nw Ycik Stock Exchange
DIRECT KIBES TO Chtcag0 mri Qf Trje
214-215 Chamber of Commerce,
u'omlnuiM frm ttrst pagw
THE FIGHTING KITH
THE REAR GUARD
I opposition nitil scatter the isncnty. It
Is probable the troops which engagiM
Aeuin.ildo m gunr.l uv Hare's com
iimn.l. as ho w.ia tvpurtiM t N cl-w
j tn the IttfUi-K-mt '.oulor's riMr.''
I Otis also ciibl its followa ri'Krlini
the revolt In N ;n
i ' Inf M iivition Is rivotv M that thw Ne-
Kriw revolt I of niin.tr lmp.tr:amv.
I I ryticii Is In -aiild pursuit 'tf rh tls-
! ttflected po.rty. Huhc Is In the
i mountain of lumy. on rout
AXOTHKIl 1". i MKKTINO
Kuinoi-s Tlv.it Th 're Will lx a
udjus'in.-nt of the O U. & X.
NKW YORK, IW -The Time
Kit'.lowiiis the arnv il h- "f
d'tit Burt, of tlv l iuo.i r.uiru- Com-.
;l iMlnefi'li'i ;'.s noM i n i
pirt of I'nl'tn P.ui'lc ii'.l r -g-m X IV-
iK.itUn etl'elal It wis rumor..) that I
a readjust n:ent of ivg..:t X.it i atl.tn
aff.urs is oiw:.-mpl fol. tut. tiithlncl
definite on the subWt a.i ! learmxt.
At th. efilce of the company it was
s.iid that purely routine ufTiirs wnij
discussed at the m Kiting.
f-i connection with l'r.id"ii: Hurt's j
i.t It is said that the annual report j
..f thn l'r.i.:i Pacitlc will t- forth-j
cornirg in a few .lays and will show
.iver 4s p-T
nt iMirn.it on th
Carpenter and Builder
HOUSE RAISINU AND
MOVING A SPECIALTY
w. w. unirrn:. rrr-r.
Fmrl trtliarail ri rf Sai FratKivt
Private H.miiiih (or l.a!irs.
Commercial Street, AHtoiia.
l LaJift' lailnr. lifDlTiiilir.
1. D. Boyer,
Merchant Tailor f,
ITT NirtbSt.. PORTlHtt. 0P.K.
V. M. C. A. I'.tiilJ'ii.
ann nnsuwuxn uru in.' tnAJxaarLru nrtp
Are those given the best car;
throughout all periods of one's
life. "I used U have the lsrt
eyes," is a ootnm'm -xpri-ioii.
The people vory likely have
bad fyeM now Ijecau.st? neglectful
of the oa.Pi; neeesHary to kep
them goixJ. It us h.-lp k.i.-p
yourw good. If you lnvn't good
ones let us assist In making
them good, flight glass aid
that's what we offer.
Northwest Optical Co.,
The LnM.e Ulelg.,
Second unrl Wneh I riifton Htw
POKTI.AM), OKKtiO.V. p
WHITE COLLAR LINL
Columbia River and rutret Bound Navi
Bailey Ciatzert leave 'Astoria dally,
except Punday, at 7 p. m.
Leaves Portland dally except Sun
day at 7 a. m.
White Collar line tickets and O. K.
& N. tickets Interchangeable on Bailey
Oatzert and Hassalo,
A. J. Taylor, Astoria Agt
U. B. SCOTT, Telephone UL
j :r T ; Best
i -Mih t'tMinr This )
hc'.Mi'cn .Miimrjenlis, t VtA
jiiJ t'hu'ji;.'. is cntciUimiigly
discnlvvl in tn tlhivtratcvl
bx'klc;. wlik'h will be lur
nis!u'J mi on application to
V II Mi: t. in. Ajt.,
J IX W titiniiin UI,
KK It !!, OKI.
W. I'AKKIK. r
PORTLAND I AKRIVt
I I'HK.SS. (ur HAlein,
1 Roburg. Aihlsnd.
i:M P.M.8crmnio. OsUrO,
S.W A. si.
can tTanelsco, io
lavs, Lo Angslas,
Kl Paso, Nw or
laans and ths Cast
1:1 A. U
Via Woodbura, for
Mount Angel. 811
vortotl. Wst (k-lo,
flsil and Nttlon....
H M P. M
H 10 A. M
rt.u A. M
!tl:S A M
M M P. M
Daily. tDall; except tfmuiay.
Connecting at 8u Krancici with OecJ
dsntai A Oriental. Pscldc Mail and Oss
anlo steamship line for
JAPAN. CHINA. AUSTRALIA.
HAWAII AND THE PHILIPPINES.
Rsbaia tickets on ssis dailjr txMUMO
Portland. Saormmento, and ban IfYaacis
oo. Net rate UT flrat-clasa, and tU ao
ond-claaa. Including simper.
Rate and tickets to Kastern points ana
Europe. Also Japan. China. Honolulu
and Australia. Can b obtained from J. B
KIRKIAND, Ticket Agent, 1M Third St.,
R. KOKHLER, C. H. MARKHAM.
Manage''. O. T. P. A
Through tickets ast for lowest rate.
Call on C. J Trwvhird local aat.
Wefe Farco Cotnoeoji a offlce. Aitrvrla
Wh-n people ar contemplating a tri
nther on bu.neia or pleasure. thi
nauimllv want tha beet service ob
tkinatile so far as saeej. comfort aae
safety Is concerned. Employes of the
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINKL are
uald to serve the public and our trains
are operated so as to make close oca
neottons with diverging Hoe at aJi
Juncvtlon polnta ,
'ullmaa I'aJace Sleeping and Chair Cart
I on through train.
' Dining Car servKs unexcelled. Ueale
aorved a la carta.
In order to obtain this fl.-si class snrloe
ask the ticket agent to sell you a ticket
j TheWisconsin Central Lines.
, and you will make direct connections at
St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and
j all points east,
j For any further Information call on in
I ticket agent, or correspond with
JA3. C. POND, Oen. Pass. Agent.
j or JAS A CIXX:K, Milwaukee, Wis.
144 BUrk at., rorttand Ore
He says was always so light
and well baked.
Well there Is a knack In mak
But don't forget the kind of
stove or range used makes a
difference. His mother used a
S Ui r K wta te R n f;e
ttl Bond street
Boston Codfish and Rlacheral
Auchovis. Spoolaug. Holland Herring
Hamburg Smoked and Canned Eol,
French Sardines. English Bloaters. Russian Caviar.
Kielor Buockling, Marnirto Heringe.
At Foard 8
Oregon Short Line
THE PIREtT HOl'TE TO
Montana. Utah. Colorado
anc all Eastern Points.
Gives chvtee of two forl:e routes. 'a
the Fnlon Pacific Tat Mall Use '
tho Rio Orand Scenic Utvre
LIKiK AT THE TIME
liS to Salt i.!IM'
JJ I'uVs t'l I'. IIV. I'
I :i vs to Cliii'Mo
I J I avx tt N w Vtu k.
Free reclining chairs, upholstered tour.
1st sleeping oars, and Pullman pals-e
sleeper, oix-raled on aft trains.
For further Information, apply to
Or Astoria, Oregon.
C. O. TERRT. W. E. COHAN.
Trav. Pass Agt. Ueo. Ag"-
U4 Third Portland. Or.
0 W LOCNS'tEURT,
Agent. O. R. A N..
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
Lear. PORTLAND. Arrlye.
1:00 a. ra. Portland L'nlon Depot. ll:U a.m.
7:00 p. m.'far Aetorta and Interx l:p.n
I mediate points.
I ASTORIA. I
7.:. a.m.For Portland A ln-U:Ma.m.
I 10 p.m.termed!ate points l9:3p.ra.
p m a. m l
S tmlii B r.v
-. r. 1 1 v. Ar
a m p m.
Arl 7-"' 4-m
i.v ; 91; t a
Ar I to
l.v li ! Ju
! 5-1 nil l.v
i .' I Ar
SPECIAL SKABIDK St'ND.W TRAIN j
i !.eave Ae'orla at S Si tn arrive ai !
Seaside 46 a. m. j
j Paawng'-rs muy return on ny train I
shown on ech. ilu e on same da e.
ALL TRAINS to and fr .m H.d.- run
; nt Flavel and Hammonil via Warrwn-1
i All trains muk- -lis r'.nnr.titiiie at
rjoble with ai Nor M.-rn Pacific traln !
, to and from '.he est or S um I po ntn
At Portland with all trains lrr1ng
T'nlon demit. I
At Astoria '') I- ' ' i.n ' boal
and rail lino to and from I wneo and
North llea.-h polnia.
PMROI.'OII TICKKTB on sale at Aa
toria. for Hncramento, Ban Pranriaro, all
KuKtcrn and Kurop.an points.
City ticket office Astoria. 114 Commer.
tlal street. J. C. MAVO.
Oeni Pr't and Pat Agent.
UXURIOUS 1 RAVEL
rilHE "North. Western Limited" traim,
electric lighted throughout, both In
ld and out, and steim heated, are.
without exception, the flneat trains In the
world. Tbey embody the latest, nsweit
and best Iduaa for comfort, convenience
I and luxury ever offered the traveling
public, and altogether are the moat com.
plete and splendid production of ths car
These Splendid Tralnt
The (ircat .Northern
The Northern I'arific iiml
The Cnnailiiin i'jitif Ic
AT 8T. PAUL FOR
CHICACiO and the I'.AST.
No extra charge for these superior ac
commodattoni and all classes of tickets
ar, available for passage on the famous
"North -western Limited." All trains oa
this line are protected by the Interlocklsg
W. H. MEAD, F. C. SAVAGE,
Oen'l Agent, T A.
" JJJISPOISTS EAST
Through palace and Tourist sleepers,
dining and library observation cars.
KLKOANT VESTIBULE TRAINS.
No. 4, "Flyer leaves Portland at 2:10
No. J, "Flyer," arrives Portland at
8:30 a. m.
For rates, etc., call or address
Q. W. LOUNSBBRItT,
Agent O. R. ft N Astoria.
"a. B. C. DENNI8TON,
C. P. T. A., Portland, Ore,
Stokes Co., Astoria, Oregon. ,
At a price which is over 40 per CCllt
lower than present wholesale cost.
COATS, (Him-only) $2.75
PANTS, n'" 1.75
PANTS, tVHiow only) . 1,50 I
This Is the Season the Prices are Right. I
AvIvlrvsH iih SuvlJcnlv, Withoul Nolkv.. !
JONliS' CASH STORR,
HN miiJ llti I tinit Sirwt. PoitluuJ. lrcin. I
J. 0. Gillcn 8 Co.,
Dealers, manufacturers am Contractors
Of AnbcHtoH Boiler
mid Pipe CovcritigH
StoihI st, rouTitAND, n:i:.
McuHicr-. "U I'. I Inlin e.' "V II Harrison '
Only line Vsinri.it.i I lll.iiniHik, (.aiibiiKli, Ho v I itv , IIuIimhiv ilk-
(NiIiih'CIIIik nt A"torla oil tl.e I beuou llailioilil A Navicalioii Co. ulol
iiUo tin Ast.i'in i 1 1 1 -i i ' ' i it liivrr K. II for -n Hum i. l'ortlinil
mnl nil points . il. t. I or ln ikbt nuil piiwuM gnrrntrNiip.lv
Hniti'icl l-lfmorc cV Co. (ieneral A-.'.-tif. AHTOIIIA, t iiK
COlIN .t (') Aift-l-.l-, ()r..K.n I; uln u, A Viiviifalloti I'd,,
III.I.A.MO mi-. A A t . Il R I... I tilil'LAMi, Or...
New Zealand I:ire Insurance Co
of New Zealand
W. I' ThoniMH, Myr., Son KriuieiHco.
II us been tllnl" i wril Mi on fits I'm' i lie ('..mst ovel tneiil v -two v eins.
SAMUEL ELMORE & CO.,
CHAS. HEILBORN & SON
In till sizes
C. A. WHALE,
Wli ili'sulo iiml
Krmiicli mnl ISacli,
ami iiiiiny others.
' "aftgrrSr ""J PORIUnP OREGON.
M C. MA'I TMM.I.I.. iManiiKcr. Utiiitl nlllct) ML Htnto Nt. Siiletii.tiro.
414 Yamhill fit., rortltiml, Oregon.
Beutl for circulars.
U II hlnul COIllilllll' to sell
Iron mnl llrtis l',e.lii'M.I
ut tin siiini. I.ow l'lil'l-S
ri'gnrilli-sN of lliu riilsn in
Hie prn i n( iron mnl liriiss
rclnil ilenler in
Sclinltz mnl Co,
Miller, Ann Arlair
Itetitlev mnl others
of the pudding Is In the eating
and the proof of liquors
IS IN SAMPLING
That's an argument that's con
elusive a demonstration.
Ours will stand the teat.
HUGHES & CO.