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,t;t.!M. ;yTnff mornM,' aoMaiC .'iueSBay, march ' is, 1002
; Is the nam of a high grade
hard wheat flour that we are
ngentii for. Trice, 11.05 a
The Morning Astorian
POUTIjAND, March 17,-Orn and
Wuahlnjrum .probably fair; IJtilio, fair.
CisnUm pl tvttl, irrnln ami hay.
r a i.iml hNtnl soup try hand Hp
lln. Johimun lira.
Try our preferred stock of l'vavh,
sliced fur tr'm. Juhnjti lliun.
Call Main Ml for your coal require
nit n i. order promptly tilled.
Try our Kastern mild car 'J Imitu,
wt oiih (unrani ?d. Jotiiuiui Urut,
V It In our I'erfDciioii lirund M r, h
and J..v coffee, n't cod Johutun
The Uriiuuii ship Curl, llsshager,
muster, arrived from Yokolnuna, Jap
nil, yesterday, In ballast.
iomg Marmalade Jollies and Jaim
jut un'iualliil. Try them. Johnaon
Call at tli" Owltti'iil barber simp for
u-t-dttte work. Three Arsl-class bar
lrl ( ,
' Japanese gouds of all kind, cheap at
llio Yukoliaiiia HiUuur, tli Commervlitl
You will find the bt lie mal In
tne illy at th lit-tlnir rlun lt"Uur.uil,
No. 112 c'ummvrcliil St.
if you want box wood, ilab wood or
other firewood, telephone Krtly. the
trnnafer man. Ihum .'11 black
A logger Uvlnit at Lart.m station It
reported to hav the smallpox, having
taken It from lira man Tairlah, who
dwd a Svenaen.
A large line .f JVr Itont. Kor Hale,
FurnUhnl lloom and other display
cards are for sale at the Aalorlan of-
I'atronlXM horn Induxtry by smoking
lh- 'Trldi' of Astoria" I'lgars; finest
made. Manufactured by MocKarlsne
an. I KnulH'l
The fluent tub hadOur IVMm '.Ion
Hl-nd MiH'lm mid Java coffee. Your
Minn.-y biick If It diies not pliane you.
For a few day we offer tome very
Iniv prlre on Packard and Bmlth's
Krench nnd Italian prunes. Call and
we them Johnson ltros.
Roslyn coal tost longer, Is cleaner
nd mitki-s less trouble with stove and
chimney Hues than any other, George
W. Hanlmrn, airenl; telephone 1311.
Preferred Htm-k tunned fruits and
vegetable are the flnest to be had. and
yet the price I reasonable. Call and
let us tell you about them. Johnson
John A Montgomery, at No. 42S Bond
street, does all kind of tinning, plumb
Ing, gas and steam fitting promptly
and skillfully and at very moderate
(". ('. Mnsten believe In taking a
stitch or two la time. To help pre
vent the spread of smallpox he stopped
operations at his logging camp and
road, and hud the men vaccinated.
Chiilrman White, of the Democratic
Inte centrnl committee, Buys that the
Ttemorrats will open splendid Quarters
In Portland during the present cam
Tuilgn nnd make a hard fight,
Mike Donovan, who I matched
to fight "Dutch" Thurston for a fight
which Is to take plnce before the pas
time Club In Portland March 27, arriv
ed In. Portland yesterday, Thurston
will arrive from San Francisco today
and they will both have active train
Ing until the day of the fight.
St. Patrick's day was observed In a
quiet "way here yesterday by the sons
end friends of old Ireland. No regu
lar program was arranged, but ths
peoplt generally wore the emhlem and
the day was regarded as a sort of hol
iday generally. St. Patrick's day is
always oelebrated In every community,
It matters not how small the number
of IrlHh may be residing therein.
An afternoon and evening tea will
be given by Cushlng No. 3, Women's
Relief Corps, at the residence of Mr.
Pauline Zlegler,, No. 314 Seventeenth
street, on Thursday, the 20th. All
friends of the; corps and of the G. A.
. sr cordially Invited, There Will be
good singing, muk', fortune telling,
etc., and a good time'. Is anticipated.
The. funds received are to be usel for
a good cause...
HIQGINS & CO
Ths SO. Patrick social held last even
ing at the residence of lUsv. , Oberg
was a very enjoyable affair. Sham.
rock, clay pipe and greens bore evi
dence to the loyalty of the gathering
The rooms wtsrs profusely decorated
with green biake.and the gucals wors
decorated with mlneature clay pipes
and hainrick. After games and mu
sh!, refreshments were sorved, and all
voted It a delightful evening.
Ths prediction In tlwAstorlin funds?
morning that should the jury In the
case of I kick vs. the City of Astoria
fall to agiwby 8:30 a. m. the Judge
would discharge It and let the case go
over until th June term of court
proved true. It Is clulmod that the
Jury stood 10 In favor of the city and
two for ths plaintiff. The long drawn
out hour of ths night did not alter
the ballot taken early In the evening.
The steamer Hue It. Klmore will de
part for Tillamook Bay . point on
Thursday at 3 p. m. This steamer is
by far the best appointed vessel ever
on the Astorla-Tlllatnook route, and
both travelers and shippers continue to
evidence the fact of their appreciation
by their patronage, A vrasol havlna-
large freight capacity and suerlor
paisenger accommodations Is a good
thing to tie to for people who have to
depend on water communication
Iivers of the show were glven""a
treat at Fisher's opera house last
evening. It has been claimed that
minstrels are passing but It would be
fortunate for theater goers for a
number of other classes of entertain
menla to go before such a performance
a that given by Harlow's minstrels
last night should go. It was strictly
up to date, full of fun, and entertain
ing to the last. Threadbareisms were
cast aside, there was not a dull e
lection on the program, and everytwdy
The remains of Mrs. Christiana
Young were laid to rest In Greenwood
cemetery Sunday afternoon. The fun
eral was held from ths family ri-
aence and wa largely attended. Short
service were conducted at the r.l.
dene by Itev. Seymour Short, and
!lev..M. Ostrom conducted t.ervlceat
the grave. Following were the pall
bearers: W. H. Darker. F. C. nrf
W, T. Scholfleld. C. Tlmmons, Captain
i-.ric Jolilnson and D. McLean. Honor,
ary pall-bearers: P. A. Trunin 0fr ft
I. Peterson, Captain C S. Clunderson.
r. j. Taylor, Fred Itarker nnd J. B.
A great deal was said about Parrlsh.
the man who died at Svensen while
ne waa bick, but he was destined to
loave his name for public use for
some time, It now transpires that w
B. Davis, who had visited him while
he waa sick, has taken the smallpox
and has been requested to take up
Parrlsh s former abode and take his
chances on living or dying, or remain
with his family and take the risk of
giving the disease to them. It hi
claimed that a number of cos. are
likely to result from Parrlah's case.
The county commlseloners have a right
to take up the matter and they mav
Another of those soldier who are
getting tired of ervlce in that capa
city for Uncle Sam attempted to de
sert Sunday, this one being from Fort
Stevens and a member of the B3n!
coast artillery stationed t that place.
tie waa recaptured here Sunday and
kept in the city Jail over night and
returned to Htevens yesterday. He
tells a long story about having served
In the Philippine and In China and
then deserting nnd re-enllstlng again
about a week ago, and being sent to
Fort Stevens, where he last made an
attempt for a second desertion. If
what he states la true he will get
good term at Aucarrax. He claim that
a fellow soldier assisted him and en
Kiuraged him to desert this time 'In
order to share In the reward for his
Among men who are well acquaint
ed with the conditions which led to
the killing of Jarvl there Is no lock
of sentiment expressed for the unfor
tunate young man who felt called to
perform thsleed. While few are
heard to approve of the manner of his
taking off, yet It Is generally admit
ted that thiv demise of Jarvl was an
event much too long delayed for the
good of all concerned. As early as
15 years ago ho is said to have been a
slave to drink, and an instance is re
luted of his being knocked sprawling
on the street about that time by
man whom he had insulted while In a
state of beastly Intoxication. Long
year of euch a life, especially when
accompanied by abusive and harrass
Ing treatment of his family, leaves
little of worth In a man. That the son
Is an industrious and highly respeoted
young man i said In his favor, and
the fact that" no evidence' has as yet
been brought out against him Is quite
In keeping with lbs, expression of
sympathy to b hrrJ In bis favor 6n
ths street. Whlls nont can approvs of
ths ant In Itself It may be a warning
to a , nWber of other men In Astoria
who make life a burden to their fam
ilies through their excesses. ;
COMPLAINS OF SIDEWALKS.
Speaking of certain sidewalk In ths
Ity needing repairs, a citizen said
'Considerable comment Is heard on
the streets about the carles way the
sidewalk I patched up in front of
Urlltln & Heed's and Shanuhan' store.
At these place a two-Inch plank 1
nailed over the holes In such a posi
tion a to trip up the unwary pedes-
triun. Many persons have fallen over
theee obstructions. Yesterday Profc.
or Lyman proved to tie one of the
unlucky one, ibut got off without any
serloti Injury. It behooves those who
are responsible In this matter to re
move all ucl traps, and thereby avoid
the liability of an accident."
NWW SCIIOOIjg IN CUHA.
Bints the American occupation of
Cuba 3600 new school have been open
ed, and many reforms have been
brought about In their educational
system. Some Idea of their work can
be obtained from their exhibit at ths
'an-Amerlcan Exposition, for which
hey were awarded flvs gold and four
allver medals. This Is certainly a won
derful record, and xie we should ail
be proud of. There I also a wonder
ful record behind Hostetter's Stomach
Hitters, ths famous American remedy
for Indigestion dypepslo, flatulency,
billlousnes, nervousness and insomnia.
If you ar troubled with any of these
aliments we would urge you to try It.
It Is also a splendid blood purifier, and
should be in every houaehold. Our
private stamp Is over the neck of the
A GOOD AKT1CLB.
Mr. C. M. Cutblrth, who has been a
lose observer for the past several
ear of sea-going vessels and boats.
and.realUlng the necessity of some pre
paration to prevent the fouling of
ship's bottoms, he has successfully
prepared a composition throogh which
this long-felt want can be secured
and effectively overcome. This prepa
ration is the famous Cutblrth Copper
'aim, known now all over the countrv
and used by ail practical shop-owners.
t ha tilled every requirement and I
improving and giving better satlsfac-
olio every day. The manufaoturimr
lant nas been largely auirmented
through the great demand for the
goods and more modern machinery i
Demo added which will make It the
best and mot serviceable Copper
alnt in the World.
Office of C. Q. M., Vancouver Bar
racks, Wash., March 14, 1902. Sealed
proposals, In triplicate, will be receiv
ed here until 11 a. m., April 14
lis2, for furnishing fuel at military
posts In this department, for fiscal
year commencing July 1. 1902. Infor
mation furnished here or by quarter
masters at pota. U. S. reserves right
to rejec or accept any or all proposals
or any part thereof. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be marked:
"Proposals for Fuel at," addressed,
J. W. Jacobs, C. Q. M.
Office of C. Q. M., Vancouver Bar
racks, Wash., March 4, 1902. Sealed
proposals, In triplicate, will be re
celved here until 11 a. m., April 4, 1902,
and then opened, for the construction
at Vancouver Barracks, Wash., of a
subsistence atorehouse. For full In
formation, plans and specifications ap
ply to this office. U. S. reserves the
right to reject or accept any or all
proposals or any part thereof. Envel
opes containing proposals should be
marked: Proposals for construction of
a subsistence atorehouse at Vancouver
Barrack, Wash." and addressed to
J. W. JACOBS, C. Q. M
HATES AGAIN REDUCED.
From All Points Kast.
Before you make definite arrange
ments for that trip east let us quote
you rates via th Illinois Central rail
road. Our rates are the lowest to be
had, and It will pay you to write us.
If you have not time to communicate
with us tell the agent from whom
you purchase your ticket that you
want to travel hy way of the Illinois
Centrnl, and you will never regret the
trip. , .
If any of your relatives or friends In
the East are coming west while the
low rates are In effect write us about
them, and we will see that they get
the lowest rates with the best service.
' Through tourist cars, personally con
ducted excursion cars, free reclining
chair cars In fact all the latest con
venlences known to modern railroad
' For particulars regarding rates, time
service, stopovers, different connec
tions and routes, etc., etc., call on or
address: B, H. TRUMBULL,
, ' ' Commercial Agent.
142 Third Street, Portland, Oregon
GHNERAL CONTRACTOR ,
AND BUILDER. ' '
NOW CLATflQP MILLS A GO.
,11 1 r
City Council Did It Fart Last Mght-
Other prooeedl-gs of Meeting. .
At ths regular meeting of ths City
CoupcI last night thsrs was a full at
tendance, and although the sess.on was
short considerable business was trans
aoUd. Probably the most imporlont
matter before the council ws the pe
tition of the Clatsop Mill Company
for the vacation of Twenty-third
street from the north line of Commer
cial street to ths line of the Clatsop
Mill Company's property abutting
thereon. The petltl'n wa immediate
ly referred to the street committee
and this commutes was requested to
report unanimously recommending ths
granting of the prayer of the petition.
When the order of passing ordinance
was reached an ordinance was offered
granting the prayer set forth In the
mill company's petition and recom
mending that tha proper authorities
execute a good and sufficient deed and
place the same In the Astoria National
Bank, to lie delivered to the company
when certain conditions set forth In
the ordinance were fulfilled. . These
condition In vubstance were: "That
the company was to erect a mill on thv
properly, of modern structure and
with a capacity of not less than "5,000
feet a day for the year 1902, the mill
to be completed within the year 1902.
The regular rules were suspended and
the ordinance was read the requisite
number t times and passed by a
unanimous vote of the council.
An ordinance was also offered and
read for the first time fixing the city
physician's salary at $26' a month and
payable as other salaried officers are
Emergency ordinances were paased
to extend the time for improvement of
Seventeenth street between Commer
cial atreet and Franklin avenue un
til April 20, 1902. and for the exten
sion of time for the improvement of
Commercial street between Fourteenth
and Tenth until April 1, 192. An
emergency ordinance was also passed
for the lmprove?mnt of Bond street
between Forty-third and Forty-fourth
streets. In which the removing of an
aid roadway and making new founda
tion and putting on handrails are re
quired. The city engineer was requlr
ed to make an estimate, and notice
to bidder to be given through the
papers The work Is to be completed
by April 15. 1902, and for every day
beyond that time the contractor is
to forfeit five dollars. He Is to en
ter Into bond for the faithful perform
ance of the work and the cost of tne
improvement I not to exceed 3300..
Resolution waa passed requiring the
city board of equalization to meet
Monday, March 31, and correct assess
ment on Improvement of Seventeenth
street between Commercial and Frank
lin and also to correct assessment for
Improvement on Eleventh street be
tween Commercial and Bond.
A communication was received from
Lucy A. Palmer, stating that, she
would pay the principal consisting of
the sum of 352.41 assessment for Im
provement opposite her property but
ought not to pay any penalty as she
had omitted the matter through error.
The matter was referred to the city
The health committee reported on
pest house and public dumping ground
and their report was favorably receiv
ed and these two public necessities
will be at once provided for.
Liquor licenses were granted to the
following named persons: Harry
Coyne, P. Dourel, August Erickson,
Kenney A Gribler and John J. Man-
The following bills were ordered
Astoria Budget, total of 3108.32.
Griffin A Reed, 32.
A. Leberman, 336.
J. a Delllnger Co., 315.96.
Prael A Cook Transfer Co., 31.
Olaf Peterson, 33 60.
Mrs. H. E. Shields, 37.28.
H. F. Prael & Co.. 365.75.
Astoria Box Co.. total 312.S2.
Clatsop Mill Co., Sll.ll
Fisher Bros., 33.40.
Sherman Transfer Co., 32.
Griffin A Reed, 315.35.
Astoria Gaslight Co., 318.
Schplfleld A Hauke, 33.SO,
Foard A Stokes Co , 315.75.
A. Leberman, 34.76.
C. A. Lelnenweber, 31.75.
Alfred Davis, 325.26.
TO CURE- A COLD IN ONE DAY.
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. 25o.
Six-room house, with bath and all
modern conveniences. Inquire of Geo.
W. Barker, at Astoria National Bank.
Dr. T. It. Ball
524 Commercial Street Astoria, Ore.
Dr. lefattheca Patton
Physician and Surgeon.
Office sad Reilsesce Pass BslMlsf.
Calls answered day and night.
Gs 01. Barr, : Dentist
' ' i Mansell Building.
578 Commercial St., ( Astoria, Ore.
.TELEPHONE RED 206L ,
' Personal Mention. ' '
H. F, MoGowao is at ths Occident. '
Fred A. Daly, of Portland, Is in the
city, ! :" : '
W. H. Pope, of Portland, Is at ths
Parker House, '
James Ifextley, of 0an Francisco, Is
In Astoria. ,
0. A. Cook, of Portland, is stopping
at ths Occident, .
George A. Warren, of Portland, ar
rived down last night.
Mrs. Hughes and daughter Iva, of
Nahoctta, are In the dty.
W. F. Rotennund, of Portland, is la
thecity this morning.
Mrs. XI Walker, of Ilwaco, Is regis
tered at the Parker House.
L. B. Mandel, of San Francisco,
came to the city yesterday.
W. 3. Smith, from Kansas, is here
looking Into the resources of this sec
tion. Oeore T. Train, Jr., a son of the not
ed lecturer, George Francis Train, is in
A. T. Banquest and T. Nllson, South
Dakota ranchers, are looking for loca
tions in this portion of ths country.
Mr. A, J. Johnson, national bank in
spector for (bis district, was in the
city yesteeday calling on our bankers
in his official capacity.
AAAAAAAAAA A -V A A A A A A A A A A
All kinds of precious stones,
set and unset, ut very mod
erate prices. The latest pro
ductions in the jeweler's art
in Society Emblems, Pins,
Badges, etc. Solid value
and guaranteed quality in
standard matches and clocks
Fine repairing.'. w.v.v.v.
J. H. SEYMOUR.
Is a pleasure which satis
ties and brings no unpleas
ant memories if you eat at
New Style ,
On Eleventh Streets
Nobbiest Shapes of the Sea
son. All New Colors. Strictly
Union Made Goods- Both N
Styles. Soft and Stiff. Every
Style of Hat that's Correct is
Stiff Hats at
U 3 $2.50 2
Soft Hats at $3.50
3 2.50 2 M.50
S-Danziger & Co.
This Week. Note the Following Cot Prices;
10 Dozen Ladies' Latest Style Shirt Waists at l50c each
17 Dozen New Designs of the Popular NECK RUFFS at
- - - - $1.50, $175, $2.00, $2.15 and $2.50
We have a beautiful assortment of these Ruffs made of
Chiffon, Liberty Chiffon, Liberty Silk, etc. Colors; Black,
, White, Black edged with white, White edged with black.
10 Dozen Lace Curtains at 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 - .
r . - t ; '. to $5.0(; per pair
Spring Opening Spring Opening
See Us About Twin, Lead
Line, Cork Liu, Corks Need- .
les. Boat Supplies, Sails, Etc.
; We Can Save You Money. -
Foard & Stokes Co.
NOW IS THE TIFtlE
S.mo Rolls Just la. More to Follow ,
Latest Designs in Exquisite Coloring.
We will sell you BOEDEK for your rooms at the 8AMH FRIGE! per
roll aa ths wall and celling. We keep first-class -workmen and ruaran- ,
' tee our work, feet us figure on your decorating for 1903.
B R ALLEN & CO.
365-367 Commercial Street.
Commercial St Market Affords.
A Splendid Assortment of Carpets,
Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings.
Latest Popular Styles
and Best Qualities.
H. H. ZAPF, The House Furnisher.
C. M. CUTBIRTH - Astoria, Or.
W. P. FULLER & CO. AfCDts.
Restaurant in the City
Regular Meals, 25 cents,
Sunday Dinners a Specialty.
W. W. Whlpp!
Would you be as happy as a
new horn chick on 'Easter day?
Then select a pair of our Easter
Shoes.:. . t
Patent lieather Oxfords
12.00, J2.25, $3.50
Patent Leather Specials
12.50 to J3 59
Our great leaders still at.... $3.60
The only up-todate Shoe Store ,
west of Portland.
Peterson & Brown.
worms and :f
of sea :