The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, March 03, 1895, Image 4

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M' i don't jbnow Aow
tt might wear."
EVERY MAN who enters a tailor
Chop in this city owes us bis
good will that we have made It
so difficult to sell unreliable goods,
so easy to buy the best and buy
it for- so little compared to Pan
Francisco or Portland prices.
chas. Mcdonald,
, The Tailor.
- 523 Commercial Street
How
To Make
$1,000!
We will tell you how to make it
easy. All you have to do is to
induce us to quit offering
HOPH WtflSIEY
to the public, and other dealers of
liquor in the city will readily pay you
the above amount.
The OFFICE.
GOOD STEAKS
How many people have gone in to
tha restaurants ot Astoria and tried to
get a good, tender steak and bee
. HEARTSICK
Over their failures? Simple enough
now; anybody can obtain one by stop
ping in at
The Palace Restaurant
And giving your order when, Presto!
There you have, suitable for a king.
That's what makes us so busy.
Knowledge is Power
And power Is salvation. To do a thing
right one must know how to do it
This is as true of carpenter work as
anything else.
C. G. PflLfrlBEG,
Whose shop Is at 473 Fourth street, will
build you anything from a wood box
to a $50,000 .building and do it well.
What About
Your Shoes?-
Aren't they worn out around the
sole somewhere? Don't they need a
patch on the side? We will make them
good as new. i
S. A. GIMRE.
Kitty Cornerfrom Fisher Bros.' store.
A Poor Cigar.
W. F. SCHIEBE never made.
Don't expect to make, either,
But marke this s-a-t-I-s-f-a-c-
t-l---n of the 22-karet tort has
accompanied every purchase of.
one of the cigars made by him
since he began business. We've
got the notion that a satisfied
. customer "cuts a big figure" In
building up a business. That's
. the reason La Belle Astoria takes
so well.
Little Giant.
Seems to If half the mothers in As.
toiia have bought a pair or two of
those LITTLE GIANT school shoes for
their children. The other half will as
thev hear of the wearing qual
ities of those that are being worn about
the city. You can have your cnoice
cf leather, kid, grain or calf.
' JOHN HAHN & CO
You'll
n nrnrliiail in what a little monev
will buy In the way of Jewelry and
Sliver Ware at Bkitrom's Jewelry
Store. You'll also be surprised to see
what One work the engraver can uo.
ASTORIA -
MATTRESS
- FACTORY,
378 Commercial Street
Manufacturers of every description of
Lounges, Mattreeues, etc.
REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
Old Fashioned
Country SAUSAGE.
That's what the Washington
Moult Murket's sausage tames like.
It's made ot the same Ingredients,
too -home killed and drtxwed beef
and pork. Our flavoring Is most
delicious. During this cold weath
er thore's no other dish so good.
WASIIINQTON MEAT rURKET,
CMRISTEN3EN ft CO., Prop'rs,
We'll
Warrant that the most com'
fortabie aipetlte in the city
may he spoiled by drinking
lKor whisky. We've studied
and studied all the whisky
fads and ideas and we have
learned that
"CUTTER'S Whiskey."
Is the best made. But you must be
sure you get Cutter's. Borne people
advertise It but don't keep it; we do.
GR05BAUCR BRACH'5 "RESORT."
TESTERDAY'S WEATHER.
Local weather for the twenty-four
hours ending at t p. m. yesterday, fur
nished by the United State Depart
auent of Agriculture, weather bureau.
Maximum temperature 57 degrees.
Minimum temperature, 45 degrees.
Precipitation, none.
Total preciltatlon from September
1st, 194, to date, 61.32 Inrhea.
jCxcees of precMtsidim from Septem
ber It. Wt, to date, 1.S3 iiuhea.
T NT
. JL -.V-.
CORSETS
are the best fitting,
the cheapest,
and wear the long
est oi any corset on the mar
ket. Give them a trial!
Albert Dunbar.
Just received a new stock
of hair cloth.
NOTICE.
The tax roll for 1894 Is now In my
hands for collection. Taxes will be
come delinquent on March 30, 181)5. i
February 19, 1895. , '
JAMES W. HARE,
Sheriff of Clatsop County.
"JEFF'S" '
The Only Restaurant
See Swope.
8p Swope about decorating. '''
See Swope about decorating and sign
work.
Meany la the leading tailor and 'pays
the hlgbnat ash price for fur skins.
Something new in the line of Sachet
Powders Just received at the Prlntz
Craln Drug Store.
Why do you suffer with that cold
when E. O. Cough Syrup will cure it;
for sale at the Prlntz-Craln Drug store.
Motners and nurses all the world over
have given their teething babies and
fevenlsh children St-e-e-dman'a Sootta-
The Band Box Barber Shop Frank
Drury, proprietor has moved from op
posite Shanahan Brothers' to opposite
C. II. Cooper's.
Beaver Hill Coal. No Smoke, no
Soot. For sale at Flnlayson's shipping
and commission agency, 9th street
Wharves, at $5.50 per ton.
S. E. Utzlnger Is the agent in Astoria
lor tne celebrated Uambrlnua Hottle
Deer, of Portland. DrD him a costal
cara ana ne win can lor your oider.
Watch your watch When It runs
little too slow or a little too fast, bring
it to j. il. BisxMUUK, He will at
tend to it. He knows how. He learn'
ed his trade in a watch factory.
Foard & Stokes Co. have secured the
agency of the famous STEWART'S
TWINES, the only GENUINE FLAX
TWINE manufactured in IRELAND,
Their new stock goods are much su
perlor to any other kind.
When a man buys a lottery ticket
and draws nothing but his breath he
feels sold. Wnen he buys his wood and
coal of the Scow Bay Wood lard
whose office Is opposite Fisher Bros
he
Is pleased, as they sell only the best
For years the Astoria Wood yard
has given our citizens only the very
best of wood and coal. They are still
doing It. In fact, they are taking the
lead. Why? Because they know what
the public wants, and the public knows
them.
How to save money? Tou'U learn the
secret by trading with Goodman
Co, The prices they quote on shoes
tell the tale. Their figures don't mean
Inferior quality of goods either, but
rather the finest procurable.
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga
Tenn,, says, "Shllor's Vitallzor 'SAVFD
MY LIFE." I consider It the best rem'
edy for a debilitated system I ever
used." For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kid
ney trouDie, it exceiis. riive ii rts.
For Sale by J. W. Conn.
Mr. Humphrey has some choice Chi'
nnok salmon at his market. near Res
one Hall. He also has oysters that sell
at a less price than at any other mar
ket In the city. He carries clams and
other shell fish, and as a Bide Issue,
Huh a stock of Marshall famous knit
ting twine.
Just arrived One thousand pairs of
men s ixuus. They are genuine bar
gains. Also Just received a large line
of trunks and valises; a full line of
men's shoes, the best in the market,
and to he sold at lower prices than
anywhere In the city. Oregon Trading
Co., boo Commercial street.
In groceries as hi everything else, it
pays to get the best. Everybody is not
Hupposed to be expert In Judging the
valuo of all kinds ot groceries, and
must depend on the honesty of the
iKaler. HONBSTY IS THE BEST POL
ICY, There Isn't any doubt about it,
Foard ,v Stokes do not claim to do the
Impossible, but they do claim to sell
goods at lowest prices. There is no
robbing Feter to pay Taul at their
store.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
Show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
PHBEI! FRHI3! FREE!
Oommnncln g Monday, Maroh 4th, 1S95
Bind tiurmg the week, we will give
pole and fixtures to every pair of lace
curtains sold, price from $1.25 per pair
ana upwards.
Call before they are sold out. One
hundred pairs to select from. See di8
play bi our window. ;
SHANAHAN BROS.
CARD OF THANKS.
We take this means of expressing our
heartfelt thanks for the sympathy and
kindness shown by our many friends
during the late bereavement Of our
beloved son, Clarence.
MR. AND MRS. FRED WRIGHT,
Upper Astoria.
MEDIUM AtlD CLAIRVOYANT.
Madam Nelson, reads he a 4 and palm.
also cards, and tells past, present and
future. Consultation on all affairs.
Price, 50 cents and upwards. Recom
mendations from several hundred per
sons. 455 Exchange street, corner of
10th street
Ur. Price's Cream Biking Powder
WorU'i Fair Highest Award.
AROUND TOWN.
. County court will toe in session Mori-day.
Circuit court will be
Tuesday next.
in session on
Judge T. A. McBrlde will spend Sun
day in Portland.
Wm. McGregor has moved Into ills
new house near .e Eagle cannery.
John Kopp yesterday raised a large
smokestack over his new Ice machines.
The case of H. A. iSmlth vs. Clatsop
county Is set for hearing on Friday,
March 8th.
B. F. Allen Is contemplating putting
In an electric motor for grinding and
mixing (paint.
The British ship General and the Car
novan 'Bay, are expected down from
Portland today.
The pilot schooner Is still In port,
having been unable to go outside on
account of heavy weather.
The schooner Harrison did not go
out yesterday morning as Intended, on
account of rough weather.
Loggers will start on Monday next
getUnlg out logs for the big raft which
will he constructed at Stella.
Wm. Whipple has bought out Mr.
Gallagher In the Palace Restaurant,
and now owns the place himself.
The wife of Captain Phil. Johnson
is still confined to her ibed with an
aggravated case of rheumatism.
Johan August Nelson and Emma So
phia Wecfkstrom procured a marriage
license at the clerk's office yesterday.
This will !be an economical Lent, and
not hard to keep. Smelf are selling
In the local markets at 75 cents pei
100 pounds.
A homing club will be organized in
this city within a few days. Several
pens of thoroughbred birds are owned
by local parties.
On account of sickness Rev. P. Steen
Is obliged to postpone the services at
Fort Stevens next Tuesday evening
until March 12th at 7:30 p. m.
Rldhard Lemon, who has been at
St. Mary's Hospital for several weeks
with rheumatism, was removed yester
day to the residence of airs. Grant.
Messrs, Lewis, Clark, and Crandall,
composing the local civil service ex
amination board, were in session yes
terday. Six applicants were examined.
The Bailey Gatzert will be given a
trial trip at Portland today. She has
not as yet been Inspected, therefore
only the crew will accompany her on
the Initial trip.
Besides a cargo of coal from Comox
the new whaleback collier Everett will
take ten passengers and the ownere
from Port Townsend for a trial trip
down the coast.
Shorlli' Hare yesterday received word
that the "Linn County Case'" for test
ing the legality of the present salary
lw, will come up hefore the supreme
court during the March term.
Rescue Club had the usual crowded
house last night who enjoyed an ex
cellent program. The club is doing
good work and Is appreciated, as is
evidenced by the continual large at
tendance. After an absence of several months
in the suniny climes of Southern Cali
fornia, Mrs. J. T. Ross returned yes
terday on the steamer Queen. Her
heailtlh has greatly Improved during
her absence.
The Scandinavian Packing Company
have erected a new two-story moss
house for accommodating their fish
ermen and are about to erect new net
racks to accommodate 50 nets Just
north of the street railway power
house.
Owing to the fart that the pnlnt and
varnish was not dry enough to stand
the expee.tod rush, the Gannbrinus Cold
Storage Was not thrown open to the
public last evening but delayed till
some time later this week, the an
nouncement of which will be made
later.
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs
Albert Dunbar lust evenlnif there va
a very pleasant gathering In honor
of the first anniversary of the weddlnp
of Mr. and Mrs. 11. D. Thing. Only e
few Intimate friends were present and
the evening was spent with cards and
games.
Deputy Clerk Harry Smith is busy
writing up the circuit court Journal.
The djeket has been cleared of a
great many cases that have never been
dismissed, but have been settled out
of court, and when court convenes
again a pretty clean Journal will be
presented.
Deputy County Clerk Wherrtty has
a pet frog outside his window and it
sings day and night. He and Deputy
Smith are figuring on establlshlnr
frog hatchery In the swamp north of
llhe' courthouse. Deputy Smith has
thoroughbred frog with a pedigree that
insures excellent Btook.
J. O. Hanthorn is putting In a new
motor and dynamo. The dynamo has
sufficient capielty for 100 IS-candle
power Incandescent lamps, or thirty
electrical soldering Irons. These sol
derlng livns were made expressly for
him by a Detroit, Mich., company, and
ere the best used upon the coast.
People In Astoria are beginning to
assume an air of confidence in regard
to the butkllng of rhe railroad by
Messrs. Banner and Hammond. Dur
ing the past week there has been a
decided charure of sentiment regard
ing the situation, and many buslnest
men havs already caught a spirit of
better tlmea and are preparing to ex
tend their buMtneta.
For the month of fVbruary the coun
ty clerk nt county recorder show the
same amounts of fees received, being
the sum of 1224.25. The receipt In
the Sheriff's office were $114.30. In the
clerk's office the amount is slightly
above the average on account of cir
cuit court fees, but in the recorder's
office It shows a decided advance.
It is said that parties in Astoria who
contemplated building a theatre three
years ago when Gobs was building his
railroad, have decided to have It erect
ed "when the railroad comes."
The Minerva entertainment at the old
Uppertown school house last night for
the benefit of Mrs, Chrlstoffersen was
a decided success, and netted the sum
of 134. Ed. Lund, A. Halseth, H. Par
son, the committee in charge, feel very
grateful and express the thanks of the
society to those who so kindly partici
pated and made the affair the success
It was. ' ' .;
Last evening Mrs. Tih. Olsen gave a
'mpll'8 Recital'.' at No. 1 Engine
House, and an excellent program was
rendered to a large assemblage of in
vited guests. The program consisted of
ten piano selections and the manner
in which they were rendered showed
not only careful study on the part of
the pupils, but the thorough training
of an experienced teacher. At the close
of the program Mrs. Olsen presented
eaoh of her ..pupils wltlh. a beautiful
bouquet of choice flowers.
Captain Louis, of the five-masted
schooner Louis, came over from Knapp
ton yesterday and purchased his sea
supplies. They were placed on board
the Relief, which took a run down to
the bar, and took a peep outside. Be.
tween the heads It was pretty rough
and It was decided not to attempt
to take any vessels out until a calmer
sea prevailed, hence Captain Hatch
was In town last evening enjoying him
self In company with brother mariners.
The Louis is loaded and ready for sea,
having on board a little less than L00O,
000 feet of lumlber for Sani Francisco.
She will go out today providing the
weather Is suitable.
As a rule the citizens of Clatsop coun
ty liable to , poll tax are not f amllar
with the recent order of the county
court doing away with the old Idea
of working out their tax, and In Its
stead lmioelog a $2 levy, together with
a two-mill special tax levy in conform
lty with Aartlcle 4, Section 4084, of the
Oregon road laws, tha money to be
turned over to the supervisors and
they to improve the roads and pay foi
the labor In cash. Of course there it
a big kick, and it Is a remarkable fact
that a large majority of the klckert
finally wind up their argument with
a claim that they are over 60 years of
age, "and not liable to poll tax."
Down in the burnt district last night
me scene presentea a picture of Astoria
during the palmy days when salmon
crawled over one another In their ef
forts to navigate the Columbia, and
twenty dollar gold pieces were as plen
tlful as they are now scarce. JOvery
saioon was crowclea with a thoroughly
cosmopolitan crowd, and "knock down
and drag outs" occurred in several
places. It was a good-natured' crowd
on the whole, and gave the police force
But little trouble, where the people
came rrom is a mystery, and many
strange faces were seen among the
crowd. It was a forerunner of what
will be when the railroad construction
begins.
The Pacific Can Company have added
to their plant here an automatic ma
chine to solder the bottoms onto oval
flat salmon cans. It Is one of the!
own Inventions, and the value of It can
be understood when one realizes that
during the last season a man would by
hand solder up only one thousand oval
cans a day, while this machine with
the aid of two boys, will solder at least
'ooo ovals an hour, or 20.000 a day
Superintendent Kendall states that hlF
comiwny is having a duplicate of this
machine made at the Astoria Iron
Works whidh when completed will be
sent to she salmon packing establish
ment of J. G. Mewler & Co., Brookfleld,
Wash., who intend operating it for part
of their next season s pack.
Loander Lebeok will commence work
Monday on the Improvement of the
following public streets In Uppertown
Commencing at the White Swan sa
loon, upixwlte George & Barker's can
nery, running south one block on 36th
Btreet. Then running west three blocks
to the new school house; then south
one block to Mrs. 'Lelnenwebber's resi
dence. The streets running north and
south are 75 feet In width, and those
running east and west 60 feet In width
This Is the first street work that has
been done In Astoria In two years. The
work Is liable to be followed by the
completion of the alleyway through
blocks 2, 3 and 4, forming a connection
with old 2d street at the Tongue Point
saloon, givlmr a street entrance to th
residents of Alderbrook.
Friday evening at Olney the residence
of v. Olsen, merchant at that place
whs destroyed by fire, together with
nearly all Its contents. The family
were Bleeping In the front room down
slalrs. and about 15 minutes to 11
o'clock Mr. Olsen awaftened and ln
stantly discovered the fire above. The
family hurrricdly left the burning
Minding and the alarm of fire given
which was oulckjy responded to by
every man In the vlllace. It was use-
loss to fight the fire, however, as by
the time assistance arrived It was un
dor such headway that to extlrwulsh It
was Impossible. So rapidly did the
flumes srroul that but little of the fur
niture and clothing was saved. The
tire originated from a defective fluf
where It went through the roof. Mr.
Olsen had only recently moved into
the pdaoe. The house was vahied at
SHOO, on which was $450 Insurance
There was no Insurance on the contents
of the building. A number of fruit
trees growing near the residence were
ruined by the Intense heat. Mr. Olsen
will hereafter reside tn the rooms ovei
his store.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given to all parties
hoTdln'g Clatsop county warrants in
dorsed prior to September 5th, 1S90, to
present Bhe same to the county treas
urer for iayment, as Interest will cease
thereon after tthls date.
Dated this 4th day of March, A. D
1S95. B. L. WARD,
Treasurer of Clatsop County.
Awarded
HighcBt Honors World's Pair.
DR.'
CREAM
MOST PERFECT MADE
k put Crap Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
tan Ammonia, Alum or any 0 titer adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
mm
ARE TOE BEST
CIGARETTE SMOKERS
who care to pay a little more than the cost
of ordinary trade cigarettes will find the
PET CIGARETTES
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS
Made from the highest cost Cold Leaf
grown In Virginia, and are
ABSOLUTELY URE
Hot Stuff !
Here It a Story
About A Cow.
A man had a farm; he planted pop
corn. He filled the barn-with popcorn.
The barn caught fire; the corn began
to pop It burst tiie bam, and spread
Over the fields, and. a near-sighted
cow thought the popcorn was snow
and froze to death. The cow made a
mistake. Now don't you make a mis
take and buy your next suit of clothes
anyw"here else but at our store.
We have Just received five hundred
suits at prices that MUST be appre
ciates. .
PHIL. STOKES,
The Clothier.
OREGON'S NEW SENATOR.
What a Leading Chicago Democratic
Dally Has to Say of Illm.
(Chicago Herald.)
The senator from Oregon, Mr. Mc
Brlde, has been for many years an ln
valid. A few weeks ago he was In
New York for special treatment and
his niece, Mrs. Marshall Cuslhlng, of
this city, spent a month at his bed
side nursing him. Mr. McBrlde was
at that time In very low spirits and
when urged by his friends to return to
Oregon and make a fight for the sen-
atorsblp, replied that he was too near I
death s door to think of such a thing.
"Besides," he added, "Senator Dolph is
my friend. I will Btand by him to the
last. Mr. MoBrrde s friends endeavor
ed to convince him that an election to
the senate, open tog out a new career
for him, mlpht save his life by having
something to live for, but Mr. Me
Bride would not take this optimistic
view of the situation. At the last mo
ment he comes to tihe front as a winner
of the long contest with no treachery
to his friend, Senator Dolph. Ten or
twelve years ago Mr. McBrlde was
thrown from a wagon and esverely In
Jured. He has been a cripple ever
strtce, and much of his life has been
paswed In bed. Dven while wasted
with sickness and tortured with pain
his iron win and Indomitable energy
have enabled him to accompllHlh more
than most men In perfect health could
do. While secretary of the state of
Oregon he caused a room at the cap!
tol to Ibe fitted up as a chamber and
transacted the business of his olllce
While lying In bed. Before his accl
dent he was a great lover of out-door
sixrts, an enthusiastic horseman and
a dead shot with a rifle. He hns a pas
sion for owning land and is rich. Hf
Is not married.
A year ago today Albert Dunbar was
'...gltatlniT In his own mind whether
to go to Portland and look for a situa
tion or open up a store for himself in
his city. He came to the conclusion
that Astoria was on as good a road to
prosperity bs any other town In Amer
ica, that there was as much money
paid out here by the cannerymen every
season to fishermen as there was gold
produced by all the mines In Oregon.
Tt did not take him Ion to decide what
his future course would be and the
building where he Is now located wa
rented and soon after occupied with
a small but first-class stock of dry
ifoods and notions. Everything he
hnnclled was of the best, and with hlr
thorough knowledge of the business
he stands today with a trade that
would be a credit and Joy to a much
inrger houco than his. still, he sayr
this Is but a beginning.
last evening the Astoria Mandolin
Clulb visited the residences of a num
ber of prominent citizens Bnd pave theli
nooupants a Bereinacle. It was a per
fect ntpht out, and old Luna Bmlled
down on the city wtrh a Badness that
was In pleasinc harmony with the poft
and enchanting music of the guitar and
mandolin, as the tnys went aout from
place to place and rendered the most
exquisite music. The Astorian force
was not slighted, for the musicians
called on their rounds and plaved sev
eral excellent pieces.
WANTBD In a good, paying busi
ness, a imrtner to go on rhe road. Five
dollars a day guaranteed at the pres
ent time. Also two men, good Balary
and expenses paid. No experience re
quired. Apiy at the Parker House
at once. S. Williams, Room 44.
The CASINO.
Entire Change of Program,
Monday Evening, March 4th.
MORRIL it FLOYD -rish, Hebrew and Negro Impersjnatjons,. Intro
ducing their laughable comedy
'LIFE IN A TENEMENT HOUSE."
Prof.LEVlNA.-High class modern magic introducing startling phenomenos.
OLLIE OATMON-National Descriptive songs, flags of ali Nations.
CAD WILSOX-"Such a nite girl, too," Singing the latest N. Y. success, "He
wanted me to be his living picture.
MAY DEVILLIOU -Cnaracter dancer.
BERTHA KELLOGG.-Operatlc Vocalist.
VERE DE-YERE -rhe Californic Nightengale.
EARL LELAND -"Sen o-com!c Entertainer."
Concluding with Billie Morris' laughable sketch, "The Senator and the Monkey,"
AdmlHsIon 10
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9 3601 911 25
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Friday 8!
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HUNDAY. 10
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Friday.... Is
fintiirday. 1H
BUNDAY. .17
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Monday ...25
Tuesday ...2rt
Wedn'sd'y 27
Thusday,..2
Friday.... 29
Saturday.. 30
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SUNDAY.. 81
florth Paeifie Bremery
JOHN KOPP, Prop
Bohemian Lager Beer
And XX PORTER.
Al orden promptly attended to
Japanese Bazaar
SING LUNG. Prop.
Says a customer of some of those
new goods Utat we have Just received
for fall titwe, and that we're selling
so remarkably cheap: "They are the
best bargains we ever got in Astoria"
They are captivating in quality and
style and will make a record as purse-
openers.
417 Bond Street, next door to Mouler's
Fruit Store,
Kopp's Beer Hall
Choke Wines, Liquors and Clgars.
KENTUCKY WHISKEY
Only handed over the Bar, The largest glass
of N. P. Beer. Half-and-half, 5c.
Free Lunch.
Chas. Wirkkala, Proprietor.
Cor. Conromly and Lafayette Sr-
St. George's ftheumatie
Bitteps
Specially Manufactured to aid those
afflicted with KHhUMATISM. It plves
tone to the stomach and purities the blood
better than any other bitters known.
For sale bv all leadiu drug-gists, or
Address "G.'R." P.O. Box t6,
Astoria, Or.
OR
PETER, BRACH, - General Agent
47 Commercial Street, Astoria, Oregon.
Telephone No. 34.
J. A PASTABEND,
GENERAL CONTRACTOR,
PILE DRIVER, HOUSE, BRIDGE AND
WHARF BUILDER.
Address, box 1B0, Postoflice.
ASTORIA, OR
Dalgitcj
Iron
Works,
'A
wmm
.'il
General ruchinlst and Boiler Works.
All kinds of Cannery, Ship, Stenmhoa:
and Engine Work of anv Usciii ujii.
Castings of all kinds made to ouler.
Foot of Lafayette St., Astoi ia, Or.
As Franklin says, good dress opens
all doors, you should not luue sight of
the lact that a pertect fitting suit Is
the main feature. Wanamaker i
Brown are noted for fit, workmanship
and superiority of qualities. Their rep
resentative visits Astoria every three
months. Olllce 61 Dekum Building,
Portland, Or. Reserve orders till you
have seen the spring line of sample.
H. C. D1TTRICH,
Graduate of the Bauschule Holzminden,
Germany, and Massachusets Technology
Office, Room )i Sherlock BIJg., Portland. Or.
ffilhMAf.lS
Who is Williams?
Why Williams the
barher.it ah Com
mercial street, having i5cts; hair cut
ting 25 cts; bath 25cts.
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT will purify
your blood, clear your complexion, reg
ulate your Bowels, and make your head
clear as a bell. 25 cts.. 50 cts.. and Jl.flO.
Sold by J. W. Conn.
and 20 cents.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
H. A. SMITH
DENTIST.
Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Hulldliu
over C. H. Cooper's store.
W. C. LOGAN, D. L. S.,
DENTAL PARLORS.
Mansell Block, 678 Third street.
W. IL LAFORCB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 6, 6 and 7, Flavelo Brick
Building.
SILAS B. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Flavel's bilck building.
fhamk J. Taylor.
FRANK J. TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Astoria Oreson.
DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY,
OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE.
May be found In his olllce until id
o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until S
p. m., and from S until 7:30 evenings.
J. Q. A. BOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT LAW.
Office on Second Street, Astoria, Or.
DR. EILIV JANSON.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Olsen's drug store. Hours, JO
to 12 a. m.; 2 to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun
days, 10 to 11.
J. S. BISHOP, M. D.,
HOMEOPATHIST.
Office and rooms In Kinney Block.
Olllce Hours, 10 to 12:30 and 4 to 6:30.
Surgery and Diseases of Women a Spe
cialty. LIBERTY P. MTJLLINIX. M. D..
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office, 6S4H Third at, Astoria, Ore.
Special attention given to all chronlo
diseases.
DR. O. B. ESTES,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Special attention to diseases of wom
en and surgeiy.
Office over Danzlger'n utore, Astoria.
Telephone Xo. 51
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, A.Mj
.'COUCHEUR.
Office, Rooms & and 6, Pylhlun
Building. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to
5. Residence, 639, Cedar street.
German Physician. Eclectic.
DH. J. EIMIN BARTEL,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office west of Ross, Higins & Co.'s
store, CIS Bond street. Prices, calls,
il; confinements, $10.00. Operations at
office free. Medicines furiilshed.
SOCIETY MEETINGS.
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7. A V
A. M. Regular communications hplrl
on the first and third Tuesday evening
of each month.
W. G. HOWELL, W, M.
E. C. HOLDEN, .Secretary.
FOR SALE.
JAPANESE GOODS.-Just out Just
received Just what you want, at Wing
Lee's, 529 Third street.
WANTED
WANTED To Rent A dwelling with
Mo H rooms by a small famlv. Aiirh-f-ss.
V. -M. , care Astorian Office.
WANTED A yr.untr clrl to tnke ram
of child and assist about light house
work. Apply at this office.
WANTED A tood house. rtntrnJlu
located, by private family. Will oav
vasonaule rent. Address. "Pmmnt
ay," Astorian Office.
WANTED Position as driver or
salesman in a store. Sueak Rnsrllsh
Finnish, Swedish and Norwegian. Ad-
"ffcs i. t. a., care Astorian officii.
WANTED Pushing Canvasser r,f
good address. Liberal salarv and pv.
penses paid weekly; Permanent posi
tion. Brown Bros. Co., Nurserymen
Portland, Oregon.
WANTED Agents to represent the
old National Life Insurance Co., of
Montpelier, Vt. For further Informa
tion, address G. M. Stolp, General Coast
Manager, 82-S4 Crocker Building, San
Francisco. Cal.
WANTED SALESMEN $75.00 per
week, seiiing electric light outfits for
houses, stores and shops. Motors for
running machinery, and other riomilar
patented articles, outfits complete when
packed. Best people buy. Permanent
situation. No experience. W. P. Har
rison & Co., Clerk No. 14, Columbus.
Ohio.
$5.00 to $15.00 PER DAY at home sell
ing Lightning Plater, and plating Jew
elry, watches, tablewear, etc. Every
house has goods needing plating. No
experience; no capital; no talking; some
agent? are making $a a day. Perma
nent position. Address H. K. Delmo
& Co., Columbus, Ohio,
MISCELLANEOUS.
LOST Open face silved watch, mon
ogram on back W. H. H. Finder will
be rewarded 'by returning same to j.
O. Han thorn.
FOR RENT A new house, bath, fur
nace, and moJorn conveniences. Cheap
ront to desirable tenant. Address this
olHce,
Money to loan on first-class approved
security. Frank Spittle, attorney at
law.
WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on
Handley & Haas, 150 First street, and
get the Dally Astorian. Victors need
not miss their morning paper irhlie
there.
BEVERAGES.
WIXES AND BRANDIES. Use 2in,
Nndel wine instead of coffee or tea.
ruiy cents per gallon. Don't forget
peach and aprlcct brandy. Also French
fVmR nrl wine at Alex nthrt'
ONLT
THE PUREST Win, and
liquor are sold at Alex Campbell'.