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ASTORIA, 0RE0ON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1901.
If you do, det) the best and .,
purest, for family and
California .Wine and Liquor House
a trial order will convince you
tfJjBOND 8TUEET.. f PHONE 2174 BLACK
There ii no train In icrvice on any railway la
the world that equal in equipment The
rioncer Limited train from St, Paul to Chi
cago via the '
Chicaeo, Milwaukee & St. Paul
The railway company owm and operatea the
sleeping and dining cart on Itt traint, aad
give to iti patrona an excellence of aemce
not obtainable eUewhere. The buffet cart,
compartment cart, ttandard aleeping caat
and dining cart of The Pioneer are the
handsomest ever built.
It HOVE, i ;
134 Third Street; Portland
The shortest line between
Minneapolis, St. Paul and
the route of the famous
"Tha Train rr CaMfort." ,
every night in the year.
Hafte storting on trip-no matter
wbere write for Inurwilnc Informa
tion about euro for labia tmUo.
H. L SISLCR, Centre! Agent.
132 Tliird Bt Portland, Oregon.
T. W. TfOALI. , ,
' (ientinl huHMrajror Af rat, . ,
Ml haul, UIdb.
Me w ell Ib4. l BMl.lBX. Mr kM
H tHiviHltt w inn m rw, ar tmu intui
a kaa o.r. T m i fri.i.4 rnwaiBs44
B CMrM eM eflar s.lng tkaa I willing It &
B tkrtallr thai M.jf in aallralr irnni T i
Di.f.fora ! roe mw that I ball nta4
) to enr ee aal?rlni from fo.b trmibl.t,' I
Ikm. U. Ualaea, Ml atrlaius ek,w Ia,.Z.J
JJ The Dowels
. campy cmMme lar
ABIC TUB AO INT FOB
First National Bank of Astoria
Capital and Surplus $100,000
o well aa nicely laundriod linen. We have tbe eatcst
and moat sanitary laundry in tho state and da the best
work. All White help.
Khifo41,0iM8u The Troy Laundry
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
FLOUR, FEED. PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
8upplies of all kinda at lowest rates, for fishermen,
Farmers and Loggers. .
A. V. ALLEN,
Teats atd Commercial Streets ASTORIA, OREGON
(EUTEMTB U Miami ")
" ' lT lir, ,k. bImm erf shingles, tin, Iron, tar and ravel, ana all prepared roofings
lzVXMm,Mn.T, Keeytolar. Tempeftd for all
ZliXV: 8ol3oo merit. Onaranteed.' W will wtoask for
Meet and inwnnau. ...
HE ELATERITE ROONNU tuM Worcester uw ng, roruarta
Cvery Hoiiiwholtt in Asiorin
- isnouiu it now iww w
The back aches because the kidneys
re 'blockade. .
Help the kldneye with their work.
The bMk will ache no mere. - .
Loti of proof that Dean's Kidney
ills do this. -: . ,-
It's the beet proof, for it comet from
T. W. Bhankland, who Is a street
lur conductor on the VToodstock street
ir line, reeldlna at Till Bllsworth Bt.',
rtland, says: "Some time lut fall
bog-en having considerable trouble
1 annoranoe from a uu aciunw
in In the beck ever the kidneys. I
Ink It waa caveed from the conetant
aklnf Md iarrlnf of the car. X
ioualit at rst It would disappear
llokly m It came, but' tbla wae not
the case. Learning- of Doan'a Kidney
Pills I procured a bos and took them
according to directions), Tbe result was
entirely satisfactory. The backache
grew lea and less Md soon disap
peared and as far ae I can tell It has
gone for good for there have been no
symptoms of reoccurreMe.''
Plenty of similar proof In Astoria
Call at Charles Rogers, druggist for
For sale by all dealere; price K eta.
Poster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. T.,
sole agenta for the U. 8.
Remember the name Pom's and take
no other. ,
iiffs Sitil-Pipsl Ospsis
For InflammittOB er Oturk
at th Uladdar tat UlMMt4
Kldnara. No our no py.
Oaroa qaloklr and ha
Bntlf lh wont OMM el
BO BUUtrof how Ion. atamt
in. AtMolntolr humloi.
Bold r artirttiU. Wim
t oo, or br Biall. foltpakV
ai.w, a mi ..
TH IATAt-ftll td,
Bold by Cbaa. Rogers, 4SI Commercial
' PloaxH. MtikdnU, Pata,Tatteao4. D0Vm4,
frol4 ia talk. TM avaalaa takto itoaaal 000.
.. m aan wr rw wh, mm a
la an at raw awaar
AixmsuE.ni cuiss 13ns
STRINGENT ORDINANCE PASSED .
; BY CHICAGO CITY COUNCIL
After a Session. That Lasted Nearly All
Night, Measure Is Made Law.
New Regulations Are'Much More Stringent Than Those Proposed
th Council for Adoption by Special Committee on The
ters Vote Is Forty-seven to Eight. . ,
akd Union Pacific
TO hours from Portland to Chicago
No change of ears. '
SPOKANE. BT. PAVU DULUTH,
MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAOO AND
AUU POINTS EAST.
For Fan Particular, Rate, Foldera,
Et&, Call en er Address '
1. W. PHALON. ' a DICKSON,
Trav. Pass. Agt City Ticket Agt
1 Third Street, Portland.
tu runt Avenue... - Seattle.; Wash,
A. B. C DENNISTON. O. W. P. A.
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
Portland Union De-j 11:10 a m
pot for Astoria andj 1:40 pm
7:46 a ml For Portland and!
1:10 pm Way PotnU
I:U a ml Astoria for Warea- 1:40 a m
U:aml ton, Havel Port 4:00 ore
l:H p m Btevens, HamroondjnO:U a m
Seaaldo for War-1 11:M p m
ronton, FUreJ.j T:Mpn
Hammond, Fortj l:ltam
Bterena s Aatorla
All tmlna make doaa eonnaetlana at
Ooble with all Northern Paelflo trains
to and from tho East and Sound polnta
1. C. Mayo,
General Freight and Pass. Agent
Running like mad down the street.
dumping the occupants, or a hundred
other accidenta, are every day occur
rences. It behoves everybody to have
a reliable salve handy and there's none
ae good as Backlln's Arnica Salve.
Burns, outs sores, ecieme, and pllee,
disappear quickly under Ite soothing
effect. 25c, at -has. Rogers drug store
Falling hair means weak hair.
Then strengthen your hair;
feed it with the only hair food,
Ayer's Hair Vigor. It checks
falling hair, makes the hair
grow, completely cures dan
druff. And it always restores
color to gray hair, all the rich,
dark color of early life.
"Mf lr wai fulling out bailly andlwa.
afraid I would It all. Then I triad Ayer'
ll.lr Vigor. It quickly stopped tlx ihIIIuk aud
mad mr hair all I oould with It to lw.N
Kuikuv X. A1XKN, Uiabatb, N. I.
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' T1WB HCHlil .
Depart ULES ArHva
From Portland. .' ;
Pertland Salt Lake, Denver, i.
Special Ft Worth, Oma- 6:25 p.m
lillsvaa. ha, Kaneae City, . ,
yiaHunu Bt lm QW- f ;
Ington. cago and East '' -"f
Atlaatlo Salt Lake, Denver, .
ExpreeajFt Worth, Oma
l:lfp.m. ha, Kansas City :00 a.m.
vlaBunt- st Lout, Chicago
Ington. anJ East '
" Walla Walla, "
St Paul Lewleton. Spo
FaetMall kaoe, Ulnneapolta. 1:00 p.m.
t:4p.m. St Paul Duluth, f
via. Milwaukee, Chleagt
Spokani and Eaat
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE.
From Astoria j
. AU sailing dates .- ;
subject to change.
For San Francis-
Tt.ni co every Ave dare. '
Daly es Columbia River 4: a, m.
cept Sui to Portland and Dally es
day Way Landings. ' cept Mot
Steamer Kabcotta leaves Astoria on
tide dally except Sunday for Owaco,
connecting there with trains for Long
Beach, TlgM andf North Beach points
Returning arrives at Astoria same ev
O. W. ROBERTS. Agent
Jiew Equipment Throughout Palace
and Tourist Sleepers, Dining and
Buffet Smoking Library Cars.
Daylight Trip Through the Cascade
and Rocky Mountains.
PRAEL & COOK
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
AM goods shipped to ear ease)
WUI recetvw special at'eaUosk.
No ut Daane St W. t. COOK. Mgr.
A DIRECT LINE
to Chicago and all polnta east; Louis
ville, Memphis. New Orleans, and all
See that your ticket reads via the
Illinois Central R. R. Thoroughly mod
em trains connect with all tranecontl
nental lines at St. Paul and Omaha.
It your friends are coming west let us
know and wo wtU quote them direct
the specially low rates now In effect
from all eastern points.
Any Information at to rates, routes,
etc, cheerfully given on application.
B. H. TRUMBULL, . Commercial
Agent 142 Third street Portland, Or,
3. C. UNDSBT. T. F. A P. A., Itt
Third street Portland, Or.
P. B, THOMPSON, F. A. P. A.,
cHicursiiifi , .
tV Ortalaal aad Only Oaaolaa.
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Chicago, Jan. 19. The Chicago city council,. after a session last
ing nearly all night, pawed an amended theater building ordinance
early today. . The mult was a much more stringent meaaure than had
had been proposed by the special committee on theaters.' The ordinanca
waa adopted by a vote of 47 to eight, at 3 :50 a. ja.t when adjournment
was taken. ... V'.. ,
The most important matters settled in the adopted ordinance are:
- In non-fireproof building" the lowest bank of seats cannot be high
er than the street level. ' . . . i '
" In fire-proof theaters seats cannot be" more than 12 feet above this
level.- t i - ,i "' : i , j
' No gallery seats can have a'rise than more than 18 inches between
rows of seats. j
Cross awles must be provided between every 15 rows of seats on the
ground floor and every nine rows in balconies or galleries. : These cross
amies must run directly to exits. , In the rear of all banks of seats on
all,floors must be cross aisles leading to fire escapes or emergency exits.
; Other amendments, some to cure verbal mistakes, other to change
the ordinance in smaller particulars, were adopted, but the temper of
council was to make the measure more stringent and those which passed
wera all In that direction, " " " " B' f
TWO HI INnRFiY PFDfSKjC
: NARROWLY ESCAPE DEAti
Chicago, Jatl. 19. A dispatch to the Tribune from Marion Ind,.
says; Two hundred persons have narrowly escaped being burned, to
death in a fire which destroyed the five story Colonial apartment build
ing. There were no fire escapes on the structure and the fire started
under the stairways. A number of the women fainted and were over
come by smoke when the firemen reached them, i,
The elevator operator deserted his post, but Albert McCarty, a port
er, rushed into the building and operated the lift. He succeeded, in
carrying 30 persons to the ground floor before being driven out. j
The fire originated in the basement, near the elevator shaftine from
a live wire, and an explosion of gasoline in the storage caused th
flames to spread, rapidly. v - .V '. ' J
ORDER ISSUED TO RESTRAIN !
COMPANY FROM GRAFTING
Chicago, Jan. 19. An order has been issued, by Judge Chetlain re
straining the Whitney Electrical uaA Development Company from at
ti mpting to confiscate stock which has been assessed by the company
and compelling its sale. The company is a South Dakota corporation
said to be capitalized for $56,000,000. It is said to be based on the
theory and ideas of Attorney Albert G. Whitney, who asserts that he
is able by a mechanica!-device to obtain electricity for heating ind
power purposes from air and ether. The complain tants are stockhold
ers who allege their interests are suffering.
DISCHARGED FR0A HOSPITAL
CURED OF A BROKEN NECK
New York, Jan 19. Cured of a broken neck. James Dunn 17
years old, has been discharged from a hospital, where he had spent five
motionless months, rigid in a plaster cast and with heavy weights at
pis head and feet wftich held his body immovable. ti
The operation and cure have attracted great attention among
surgeons., Dunn was injured by diving from a pier while bathing.
Thre vertebrae were crushed and crippled. The bones knitted perfect
ly and wehn the cast was removed the boy was found to be as sound' as
BARRACK ROOM COURT
' MARTIAL ENDS IN DEATH
New York, Jan. 19. A serious case of "raesrinc" has occurred
among the band boys of the Second battalion of the rifle brigade in bar
racks at Caro, says a Herald dispatch from Alexandria, Egypt. The
victim died and a court martial has been ordered to investigate.
The boy was continually being reported a slovenly uid dirtv Derson.
The adjutant ordered all the boys to undertro extra drill on aeconnt' of
this one boy's delinquencies and in consequence the bov was snhWt tn
such rough usage that he died a fewda'ys later in the hospital.
. Bowler Propose New Rules.
New York, Jan. I9.i-After a lengthy
discussion the New Tork Bowling As
sociation has resolved that a commit
tee of three shall be appointed to go to
the American Bowling congress at
Cleveland, with full power to become
affiliated with that organisation, if It
meets all the requirements of the New
Tork association such as the elimina
tion of the loaded ball and the ap
pointment of an executive committee.
the members of which will not be Iden
tified with the trade. " . '