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Cromartyshire Asks Permission to
Discharge Up to 1500 Tow "
WORK TO BE STARTED TODAY
th weather reported to be
cloudy at the Heads. There were no
movements In or out of the harbor
during the day. , .
Vessel Takes Berth nt Elmore,
IRk-Kourh Bar Keeps
Vessel Outside for '
I Impossible to laud except during
The French bark Marechal de Tur
rene waa towed up the, river yesterday
ia dlih'hi&rOTh hir rarm of rviternl mer
The Cromartyshire yesterday nlftd Lwndlse.. She I "reported to be un
der charter to Kerr, GIITord A Co.,
take an outward cargo of grain.
John Calson, superintendent of the
Columbia River Packers' Association
Alaska canneries, has commenced the
work of framlngg up the new freight
barge Just built for the company. The
barge Is to be shipped north In sec
tions. " -
to a berth at the Elmore dock, where
k -m dluharare a portion of her
coal cargo. The vessel brings a full
carro of the famous Helton coal which
ts known as a superior article and of
far more value than the average coal
mined In Australia..' Hetton coal will
sell for IS or 8.50 delivered.
Testerday the agents for the con
signees of the Cromartyshire's cargo
made application to Special Deputy
Collector of Customs Parker for per
mission to discharge up to 1500 tons of
the coal cargo at this port. The cargo
Is listed on the manifest for Portland,
and special permission must be given
by the treasury department before any
of the coal can be unloaded here. Tes
terday Mr. Parker forwarded the re
quest of the agents to Washington, and
a reply Is expected this morning.
While request for permission to dis
charge 1500 tons has been made. It la
stated that the Cromartyshire will un
load about 1000 tons here. No defi
nite announcement of the exact
amount to be discharged has yet been
made. She will begin discharging this
CHARTER OUTLOOK BETTER.
Disengsged Fleet on the Columbia Re
duced to Two.
The Italian ship Cresslngton has
been chartered to load lumber In W.
R. Grace's South American line, and
will comemnce taking cargo this week.
She arrived In port December 29. with
a part cargo from Antwerp, consigned
to Taylor, Young Co., and as soon
as It was discharged the ship waa bal
lasted for lumber, so that she will
now have no unnecessary delay In
preparing for her cargo.
This araln reduces th list of dls-
England's Pro-Japanese Policy
Excites Much Interest in
Russian Official Circles.
New York. Jan. 19. It Is now an
open secret here, cables the Herald'a
St. Petersburg correspondent, that the
Japanese reply Is distinctly negative,
and Its ixtremely courteous tone is only
equalled by the firmness of spirit which
The foreign office and all the ptin
clpals are so engrossed with work that
it Is well nigh impossible to get
word from them, and the various agen
vies were treated to stereotyped ofB
(elal phtases, Implying that diplomacy
ia still being used. It is stated that
their majesties and the ministers are
The cxar's advisers have been in
structed to try to work out some plan
whereby the .amour DrODre of both
countries can be saved, but the com
plications and political entanglement
seem beyond the j)ower of any one to
engaged 'tonnage In port to two lone find solution. England's so-called
vessels, the Cromartyshire, which ar- pro-Japanese policy Is exciting serious
rived Sunday, and tne ea attention in political circles, me cor
Wl.t. haa Kaon Ivlnff Idle Since UtSt I ,.rnan rnnllnilM. It S S STOWlnS
HUIWIi im... - - Q iito)n'uu.. " "
August. There have been numerous .ntiment that Russia has not got to
rumors of the charter oi we nea ran j( wltn japan so much as witn tng
but thus far her owners have demand-8nd that tne Anglo-Japanese al-
ed higher rates man wii.. 141M j, at tne bottom of an tne pres
by the market.
Now that the numerous lumber
charters and the departure In ballast
from San Francisco of a large fleet
of ships has strengthened the situ
ation materially, It Is probable that
The steamship Oregon Is due today
from San Francisco, ',
The sohooner Jackson was towed
the river yesterday to load lumber
The schooner Alvena, with a cargo
oi lumber for California, moved down
to the lower harbor yesterday.
Owing to the stormy weather
Mansaitlta has been unable to depart
for her northern cruise. She must
stop at Destruction Island, where
An echo la now loudly heard of the
utterances of those politicians who at
the moment of the Anglo-Japanese al
liance announced and proclaimed that
atlon materially, It Is probable poI1Uca, .coup meant war against
some more chartering will be done, u destroying the balance of
there Is yet a considerable amount of . f ,
wheat to be moved before the - new
crop cornea. '
Washington's Lumbar Trsds
Washington's lumber cargo trade
during the year; 1901 amounted to 770,
057,846 feet, while a year ago the tota
was 671,542,226, and for the year 1901
was 604,870,086 feet. These ngures
compiled by" the Pacific Lumber Trade
Journal, show a gain In the cargo
trade of 34.7 per cent for 1903, while
the gain In the rail trade was 13.2,
and the rail shingle business Increased
6.7 per cent.
The California cargo trade shows an
increase of more than 63,000,000 feet,
and the total gain in the lumber cargo
trade from wasningion mini u uu
mestlc ports was In excess of 114,000,
000 feet. '
Aberdeen leads all other ports In the
shipment of lumber by water, Just as
that city did In 1902. The total lumber
shipments from Aberdeen during 1903
reached 144,997,244 feet, as against
105.692,018 feet. Tacoma Is second
with a total cargo trade of 124,143,-
802 feet for 1903, as compared with
. 87,791,703 feet. Port Blakcley and Bel
lingham retain the positions of third
and fourth,' held during 1902.
TWO SCHOONERS OUTSIDE.
Bar Was Rough Ysstsrdsy and They
Did Not Cross In.
Two schooners were reported out
side at 5:80 yesterday afternoon. Ons
of the pair was a four-master and the
other a three-master. They are ex
Dec ted to make port today. Their
not ascertained by the
North Head lookout. '
Ths schooners did not cross In yes
terday on account of the rough con'
Ainn nf the bar. Th wind was
light from the east during the day.
hut there was a heavy swell on. Nol
mn felt Yesterday after 6 a. TO,, btlt
power In the far east
It is urged by many politicians that
Ihe time has come for Russia to re
taliate by a demonstration toward the
Indian frontier, and also by aggressive
political tactics in Persia.
Diplomatic cricles attention Is called
to the reported frigid reception of the
British ambassador recently by Count
Lamsdorffn, minister or xoreign
There is Intense irritation in the hign-
st ouarters. the correspondent declares
against England and the same senti
ment la being extended to America.
Three Hundred Pound Boy Dead.
Elgin, HI., Jan. 19. Joseph Wolaver.
14 years of age and weighing w
pounds Is dead at his home in Barring
ton Center. At five years he weighed
100 pounds and at 1 years 210 pounds.
the skin ought to be
clear ; there is nothing
strange in a beautiful face.
If we wash with proper
soap, the skin will be open
and clear, unless the
health is bad. A good
skin is better than a
The soap to, use .is
Pears1; no free alkali in it.
Pears', the soap that
clears but not excoriate.
Sold all over the world.
LET YOUR WANTS DE KNOWN. Somebody hit what you want, or want, what yoti to
ell. Here is where want and wanted come together. ADVERTISE.
For the big prlsa at Doe James
shooting gallery, 413 Bond street.
First-class meal for 15o; nlca cake.
colTe pie or doughnuts, So, U. 8. res
taurant. 434 Bond street. U.
They don't soma out What! Why,
the bristles In tha tooth brushes at
Frank Hart's Drug Store. He has t
big aupply at all prices. Call and see.
Wood. Weed. Weed.
Cord wood, mill wood, box wood, any
kind ef wood at lowest prices. Kelly.
the transfer man. 'Phone 3211 Black.
Barn on Twelfth, opposite opera house.
The Morning Astorlan will be found
for sale at Griffin's book store and at
Scully cigar store, corner Eleventh
and Commercial streets.
tinner Astoria has a place where you
can get a fine glass of beer, as good
wines and liquors aa you can find any
place In th city.
t , Opposite Kopp's Brwry.
W sell rent, and repair all make of
typewriters. Writ for new catalogue
of New Dsns more.
Huxley, Ryan At Co..
tt Fourth Street Portland. Or.
For good, reliable piano work see
vour local tuner, Th. Fredrlckson.
2071 Bond street. 'Phone Red 3074.
COAU COAU COAU
If you want your money' worth
Ring 'Phone 1311,
GEO. W. 8 AN BORN. Aft.
CALL. ON HIM.
Oaa mantels guaranteed.
43 Commercial street.
M. F. Hardesty Eleetrieal Contraotor
BEST ll-CENT MEAL.
Tou will always find th best lie
mal In th city at th Rising Bun res
taurant No. 613 Commercial street
New stock of fancy good Just arriv
ed at Tokohama Basaar. Call and a
th latest DovsltlM from Japan.
Tok Point and fchiwlwater bay
oysters at tha Imperial chop house.
Try our coffee. It la unexcelled .
8. M. OALLAOURR. Manager.
Stranger In town, efttn apeak of th
beautiful complexion of Astoria glrtaf
and lay It to th climate, which I par
tlally th reason, aa thty most all use
Hart's Toilet Cream to prevent rough
ness of th skin, chapped band or
lips. For sal only at Hart' drug
AT THE TOKE POINT.
If It la In season you will find It at
It beat at th celebrated Tok Point
oyster nous on Klevtnth street. Fish,
game, shell-fish, choicest meat, pastry
coffee, to sic, served to th queen's
tasto. Special accommodation for
aartle. Open all night. Don't mis
the plac. Eleventh treet neat Bond.
Special representative In thl coun
ty and adjoining territories, to repre
sent and advortls an olJ established
wealthy business haute of solid finan
cial standing. Salary 121 weekly, with
sxpense paid each Monday by check
direct from headquarter. Expenses
advanced and horse and buggy fur-
nlshsd whan necessary; position per
manent. Address Th Columbia, 610
Monon Building. Chicago, III.
Wlem lunshln ' '
after a long storm is a feeling of rsllsf
when aa obstinate, pitiless fold ha
a driven ' away by Allan' Lung
Balsam. Only peepl wh ha been
cured t taroat-aeh and eor lung by
thl rsmedy can jult realist what tk
fsellng la. Thar la ao opium la th
Balsam; It good street I ra Ileal and
lasting. Tak a bettl hmm tedsy.
A Popular Stn
Plumbing look y, but a part
of a hous I more Important to health
and comfort than th plumbing. W
ar prepared t do all work In this
line In th most scientific and satis,
factory manner. W step th latest
Improved fitting always In ateck for
new or repair work. All kind f
tinning, heating and steam-Ottlng.
Thon 1031. 631 Bend trt JOHN
If yu ar going ast a earful select
ion t your rout Is ntlal to th
oymnt f your trip. If It Is a busl
nets trip Urn la th mala consider,
atoa; If a pleasure trip, sesaery aad
th conveniences and esmferl of a
Why not eombln all by using Ut
Ullni Central, th up-to-dst road,
running two train dally from St. Peul
and Minneapolis, and irora Omaha, t
tim si. Free reclining cnair cars,
famous buffet library smoking car, all
train vtetlbuNd. In short thoroughly
mo-Jera throughout. All ticket md.
Ing via th Illinois Central will b ben-oi-ed
os th train and ao txtra far
Onr rt ar th mm a those f
Inferior road why nt gsl yuf
Writ for full particular,
U, II, TnUMOUhU Commercial Agt
J, C. UNDUE ft T. F. A P. A.,
J i i , v PorUand. Or.
Pa ft . THOMMON, F. A. P. A.,
Th L letri IntoUs, which ire
sold by th Owl drug tor xrulv
ly and under guarantsWor our. ar
not previously charged with oUctrtcltr. I
but accomplish their wonderful euresi,
by th natural current generated by
th acid fluid of th body, acting oa
th posttiv and ntgaUv petoa of tbol
battery formed by th si no plat l
on heel and th copper plat In the!
other, ft them In th window. Ask!
for a descrlptlv booklet telling of ta
marvelous cure of rheumatism.
Netls f Dlseolutlsn.
Nolle I hereby given that th ua.
drlgnd doing business under the
firm name of Kinkell Company,
proprietor of th New Btyl restaur.
ant bav thl day, by mutual consent.
dissolved partnership, John ' Klnktlla
continuing la th busln. AM out
standing account will b collected by
th new Arm, who will pay all obliga
JOHN BAR AGO,
"Cur th cough and v th life.
Dr Wood's Norway Pin Hyruo ur'
cough and cold down to ths .ver
verge t csnnuniptlon. i
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A First Class Concert Hall
Finest Hesort In The City
ATTRACTIVE PROG II AM
Seventh and Astor Streets'
CHARLES WIRKKALA, Prop.
Bitrr Catairk sufferer dread the coming of winter,, for with tb first
breath of th " iee-kint; " thl miserable disease is faaned into life and all
the diafustinr symptoms return, The nostril are (topped up and th
throat can be kept clear of mucoui secretions only by continual hawking
gadspittinf. Catarrh is a nuisance
DOULD HUT HHA-B Tftl TH3SL OW .
WstsonvUU, Pa Joly 13. 2001.
l nave nseq a. a. o. ios vaxarra or tns
nner ear, sad have found jt aa saeek
snl remedy far sans, 1 had bee
troubled with this disease for years
and tried seany tblngs In an effort t
nog aia sae any
I basso a). B. S).
ivear and mr
bearing was so badly affected that I
get relist but Botniog
uraiuni rood until I
I bad a dlsobsrgs from my ear and St.
and source of annoyance, not only
to the one who has it, but everybody
else. The thick, yellow discharge
from the head produces a feeling of
personal defileaient.'ind the odor of
the breath is almost intolerable.
The catarrhal poison brings on
stomach troubles and affects the Kid
neys and Bladder. It attacks tha
soft bones and tissues of the head
and throat, causing total or partial
deafness, the loss ef smell, and giv
ing to the voice a rasping, nasal
twang. No part of the body is secure
from its ravages. Catarrh makes
yon sick all over, for it is a dis
ease of the blood, and circulates all
through the system, and for this
reason, sprays, washes, inhalers,
powders and salves have proven
The way to cure Catarrh thor
uffhiy and permanently is to cleans
the blood of the unhealthy secretions
that keep the membranes oi the body
inflamed, and nothing does this so
surely and promptly as S. S. S. As
lone- a the blood ia ooisoned with
Catarrhal matter the discbarge of mucus and other disgusting symptoms
of the miserable disease will continue. 8. S. S. goes to the fountain sourc
of the trouble and purines and enriches
the blood, and so invigorates and tones up
the system that catching cold and con
trading Catarrh is not so likely to occur.
Keep the blood in order end winter's comisg
brings none of the discomforts of Catarrh.
Write us particulars of your case, and
let our physicians help you get rid of this
Mood-tainting and stubborn disease. We make no charge whatever for
ftMdlcal advice. TI.'S tYflfT BPCSinO CO.t ATLANTA, Ci
ouldnot kesrthe tlakofaelook. I was
Is baa sospo when I began your m
olne. a. . s dose sway with tb
ditchers and my bearing bee bees
wonderfully isspreved) so maoa ea
that I east now earry oa a eoaversatloa
la aa ordinary tone, whereas a yaaf
ago this was Impoetibls.
Tour medicine has done raa a world eg
good and I do not hesitate to glv It the
redll It deserves.
vo aioir or oatabbh; zh tbis
Xrebs, Ind. Tor,, Aug. 1, 10.
About thirteen yesre sgo I need yoa
remedy roruatarrn. i aaa oeea troaoiea
with it for about nlae years, hot at no
taking , S. a. have never been worried
with it. I (eel able to recommend . a. S.
as a sr esre for Ostarrh.
The Boston Restaurant
A30 COMMEllCIAt MTltKKT
Best ill Neatest Eatiot House la Astoria
Try Oar 25-eot Dinners
Prompt Atteatloo High Class Chef
MARINOVICH & CO
HOTEL. PORTLAN ti
The FIncat Hotel In the Northwest
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
Wholenulc and Retail
. 81iips, Logging Guni and Mills supj.licd on sliort notice.
N LIVE STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLI)
WASHINQTON MARKET . CHRISTENSON Q CO.
Yrks' Dirsotor Honorsd. .London. The Invention of the spectro
n.i heliograph I th special service to
Hale, director of the Terkes Observa
tory, th university of Chicago' as-
J sconce for which the award has been
tronomlcal station at Williams bay
Wlsoomln, has Just been advised that
Monarch over pain. Burns, cuts
sprains, stings. Instant relief. Dr
a gold medal ha been awarded to him J-Thomas Electrlo ,011. At any drug
by the Royal Astronomical Society of stors. ' j (
NO CLEARANCE SALE M&
We have nothing to clean out or to m11
bolow cost, but if you want genuine
Cigars and Tobacco
cither at wholesale or for nrivntn
can sell you the finest, the purest and
the best, in any quantity. .
SS4 OOMMSBOUL S. and