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i difference bAtwoon our
a til a othea that we know of. On
..mire la tha shaping, another 1
!'.. workmanship, end another Is In
wyle of Roods. Nearly all ol our
r Imported cloUia; you can see In
t hat why every third man along the
"a tiiian't a suit like we BMtt you
fin-l why ours look different. It tak-st
in i- ih-an wood and Iron to make the
difiVrenoe between a, ferry-tooat and
j iuy xxun eteomer.
523 Commercial Street.
CiOOD WHISKY. That IB the test
of a Baloon's stock. Competition for 1
long time ran to big mirrors. Folly!
If that -were all, the saloon busine
might quickly capitulate to the senst
of sUtht, and not to taste. Our move
The Oltloe move, has been toward qual
ity. That IB the reason we obtained tin
asency for HOPE WHISKY, and the
more cultivated and critical your tasy
la the better chance our whisky will
OUR STEAKS . .
One great basis principle of the Pal
ace Restaurant is mutual dependence.
To thrive and grow, each dish must be
better than any one else's. Our aim li
to reaoh the only roomy trade place,
the top. No lower idea, can be per
mitted. And when the top, our top, li
reached by any other restaurant, we
will lift ithe top.
The Palace Restaurant
Knowledge is Power
And power Is salvation. To do a thin
right one must know bow to do It
This is as true of carpenter work as
' C O. PflLlvIBEtyV-u
Whose shop Is at 473 Fourth street, will
build you anything from a wood box
to a (50,000 building and do It well.
Aren't they worn out around the
sole somewhere? Don't they need a
patch on tha side? We will make them
good as new.
S. R. GIMRH.
Kitty Corner from Fisher Bros, store.
A Poor Cigar
W. P. SCHIEBB never made.
Don't expect to make, either.
But marke this o-a-t-l-s-f-a-c
t-l-.-n of the 22-karet fcort ha
accompanied every purchase ol
. .. one cf the cigars made by him
. since he began business. We've
got the notion that a satlsned
customer "cuts a olg figure" In
. . building ud a business. That1
e the reason La Belle ABtorla takes
omi u if half the mothers in
hiria havo bought s pair or two
ihn. i.rTTi.ia ni ANT school shoes
tkaln nVillili.an TIlA Other hlllf Will
jnnn n fhnv horn" nf tha Wearing Qual
ities of those that are being worn about
ih citv. you can nave your unun-c
of leather, kid, grain or calf,
JOHN HAHN & CO.
Sterling Silver !
Never has there been such a stock
of sterling silver Jewelry as that now
on display at our store. Halt the town
does not realize the Immensity of this
EXSTROM, the Jeweler.
Wa hnv furtillziira and fl'rtililinff mil
teriui of every dtisoription, lioiiux, Jiornr-
etc, ami pay niuuent cmi pricos, sun
us a triul shipment.
Western Bone-Menl Co.
771 Mission Street,
Hun Fnuncmoo, Cu
878 Commercial Street.
Mainufacturers of every d jacrlptlon of
Loungus, Mattresses, eta.
REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
When the tide sets one way there li
lwav a cause for it.
Women -don't come here to buy roaati
steals, and all other kinds of meat
simply because It's Christenson & Co.'s,
Of course there are a few, a very
few, who buy out of compliment, or
from Ignorance, b.it the great mass of
housekeepers buy where they can get
the best and for that reason we supply
the majority of the families In Asto
ria for they know by experience that
ye have only the best.
WASHINGTON MEAT ftARKET,
CHR15TEN3UN CO.. Prop'rs.
Warrant that the most com
fortable appetite In the city
may be spoiled by drinking
poor whisky. We've studied
and studied all the whisky
- fads and Ideas and we have
Is the test made. But you must be
sure you get Cutter's. Some people
advertise it but don't keep It; we do.
QR05BAUER BRACH'3 "RESORT."
Iioal -weather for twenty-four hour
ending at 5 p. m. yesterday, furnished
ly the Unlte-d States department of
agnlcuiture weather bureau.
Maximum temperature, W degree.
Minimum temperature, 33 degrees,
'iv.-tita.tln. .13 inch.
Total vresijitatln from September
1st. iy.(4, to iate, 67.74 indie.
. 3 of precipitation from Eeptem-t.t-r
1st, WH, t) date, !. niche.
Will buy you '
nn all wool
dross, in Mack
Sole Agent for the P. N. Corset.
The tax roll for ISM is now In my
hands for collection. Taxes will be
come delinquent on March 3d, 18S5.
February 19, 1895.
JAMES W. HARE,
Sheriff of Clatsop County.
The Only Eestaurant
See Hwope about decorating.
Set 8wope about decorating and sign
Meany Is the leading tailor and pay
'.he highest tash 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 B. O. Cough Syrup will cure It;
for sale at the Prlntz-Crain Drug store
Reaver Hill Coal. No Smoke, no
Soot. For sale at Flnlayson's shipping
and commission agency, 9th street
wharves, at J5.60 per ton. ,
S. E. Utzlngor Is the agent In' Astoria
for the celebrated 'Jumbrlnus 1 ottie .
Ueer. of Portland. I)r p linn a posta.
curd and he will call for your Older.
Watch yout watch When it runs t.
lttle too slow or a little too fast, brink
it to J. H. SEYMOUK. He will at
tend to It. He knows how. He learn
ed his trad') in a watch factoiy.
For years the Astoria Wood Yarc
has given our citizens only the very
best of wood and coal. Ttiey are sti.
doing it. In fact, they are taking thi
leud. Why? Because they know wha.
the .public wants, and the public knowi
Foard & Stoke Co. have secured thi
igenc-v of the famous STEWAUT'.
rrlMITC3 ih. nnlv URNIIINR FI.A
I WlWld manuiacturea in uiduuv
Their new stock goods are much s
trior to any other kind.
- a . 1 I . T 1 '1 ... 1 Utl
When a man buys a lottery tlckt
md draws nothing hut his breath 1;
feeis sold. Wnen he buys his wood an
oal of the Scow Bay Wood Tan
whose office Ib opposite Fisher Bros.' h
is pleased, as they sell only the best.
Mr. Ilunmhrey has some choice Chi
nook salmon at his market near Res
cue Hall. Ho also has oyHters tnat sel
at a less prl e than at any other mai
ket In the city. He carries clams an'
other shell fish, and a a side Ibsui
lias a stock of Marshall's famous knit
It may be that you are dlssatlsflei
with your grocer. If bo, why not giv.
Foard & Stokes a trial? They eailsf,
others, and feel pretty sure that thej
,vlll suit you. Many a dollar la lit
erally thrown away by those who bu
groceries of an Inferior quality. If
kietiny wise and pound foolish to givi
.rood money for goods tnat are aunos
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of ell In leavening
Strength. V. S. Oovemment Report
Wanted The present address of MaJ
von Swunklnzel, late of the Austriar
army, who left Vienna on the 10th 0!
J.munry last, en route for Astoria ti
purchase a paJr of Ooodman5s $4 shoes
C. E. Ward, who runs a barber shor
it 219 Astor btreet has placed in con
nectlon with his place two Russlar
LuthB for the accommodation of thi
public. He guarantees them as first
3las In every particular. Ladlea' and
jentlenien's department separate.
The Finnish Brotherhood will meet at
Pythian Hall Tuesday, April 2J, at )
p. m. A full attendance is desired.
Still they come. New goods errlvlnt
aaity. Lota or clothing, shoes, anr
hats; lowest prices. Oregon Trading
Co., 600 Commercial street.
BYFJS-fPwo hard-iwoklnir servant
Yet quickest to rebel when over-work
ed. JlaHses the rlpht ones scientif
ically, delicately adjusted ones the
remedy. The ability tht experlencf
anil Btuily gilves can be had at J. H.
'V'yniour's. Chargesonly for glasses
Highest Honors World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
tnite Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Ff
rem Ammonia, A!um or any otl.er a Julttrara
40 YEARS THE STANDARD,
v ... AROUND TQWN.
Stop tnat tickling in tho ttyoat;
cants, at Rogers.'
Attorney Fred Strong, of Portland,
Is In the city.
Mies Mamie Clinton gave a very
pleasant party to a number of her
friends last evening.
The Hrftlnh Bhlp Olenalvon cleardd
yesrtcrday for Queenstown with C4.50C
sacks of wheat valued ait (58,000.
For 'the 'latest Ueslgna In ahlrU
waists and perfect-fitting house wrap.,
pen), call at the Low Price Store.
A beautiful line of ladles' Spring
wraps and children's summer Jackets
have arrived at the Low Price Store.
Mr. Samuel Gorman, of Portland,
was In the city yesterday. He return
ed on the Harvest QUeen last night.
Yesterday Supt. Chadiwlck, with a
fcrco of men, cleaned quite a lon
strip of Commercial street of mud and
Mr. B. A. Seeley came down from
Portland yesterday and was present
at the meetings of the subsidy com
mittee. After "being off the route for a num
ber of weeks, the State of California
again takes her run 'bet-ween 8an Fran
cisco and Astoria, She leaves the for
mer city for this port this morning.
Tbe steamship Columbia Is due to
sail for San Francisco this morning.
Mrs. Gillette, who has "been visiting
her mother, Mrs. Nancy Welch, left
for Portland last night on the steamer
The Astoria Amateur Brass Band
will give an open air concert Sunday
afternoon at the new iband stand near
the Tlghe Hotel weather permitting
of course. Yesterday the boys gav
the stand a neat coat of paint, and
now It looks quite an ornament to that
The harkentlne Tarn O'Shanter ar
rived 1n yesterday from LaLlbertad
She went to the Knappton Mills foi
lumber. It has been many monthf
"Ince the Tarn O'Shanter has vlsltei
the Columbia, hut hereafter she wir
make the usual trips between here
and San Francisco In the lumber trada
Yesterday was one of the busiest
lays the sheriff and his deputies have
had since they commenced to coaled
taxes. They worked on the books tin
til midnight, and were forced to stor
through exhaustion. Today Is tht
last day, and It is expected many whe
have delayed In paying their taxe
will be Phut out.
Yesterday First Officer Zumwalt, 0'
the Bailey Oatzert, had the mlsfortunt
to have the fingers of his right ham1
badly mashed while assisting In th
ilRcharge of cargo. Dr. Estes dress
3d the Injured hand, and was forcec
.0 amputate two of the fingers. Hi
will not he able to use his hand asal.
for many weeks.
Mr. CaVdiwell made a trip to War
enton yesterday with his launch an
wrought over Mr. D. K. Warren li
line to be present at the meeting 0
lie subsidy committee. Mr. Stantoi
accompanied him. During the day h
ado several trips along the water
'rout, carrying parties who manifest
d a desire to ride on the pretty llttl
vessel. Services at the Baptist Church.
'reachlng Sund.iy morning and ever
ng. Theme at 11 a. m., "The Chrlr
lan anvl the Temperance Question; 01
low Christians Should LiveNo. 9
U 7:30, "What Is It To Be a Chrl
lan?" The Sunday school meets a
2:15 and the T. P. IB. U. at :30 r
n. Prayer meeting on Wednesday a
:30 p. m.
Yesterday's London dispatch sayf
The bark Andranda, British, Adanv
'roin Tacoma October 29, for Liverpool
'vfure reported ashore at Barmouth
vn the Welsh coast, has Jettisoned f
virtlim of her cargo. The remalndr'
f the crew lias been landed. Th
veat'her at present Is stormy. Whei
't moderates attempts will be mad
'o discharge the cargo.
Contractor Wattls with hla force o'
T,en, finished clearing the right of wa;
vjrops Tongue Point yesterday, an?
tow It Is ready for the first shovelfu'
f earth to be tossed into the air
tust when this feature wfll be carried
nit has not been decided as yet, bu'
irobaibly -not until the committee Be
ures ithe right of way through t
loUle. Mr. Wattls will go to the Point
tiraln this morning and continue tht
Last evening a careless driver lef
'lis horse attached to a cart standing
'n the midst of a crowd of people or
rhe CaJtzert dock. When the steamer
Mow her Whistle, the animal made
'unigo forward, but was caught by a
gentleman standing near. Then the
horse began backing the cart, whllf
'everal ladles Btandlng In the wa
were all but crow tied from the dock
Into Ihe river. The frightened anlma1
vas soon quieted and taken to a place
Borvico at the Presbyterian church
'omorrow as fallows: Preaching by
the Pastor, the Rev. R. Llddoll, at U
v m. Subject "Lfberty Through Re
straint." Sabbath school after the
morning service. Y. P. C. E. at
5:30 p. -m. The evening service at 7:30
. m. will consist of the SabWath school
juartjrly review. Songs by the school.
nthem by the choir. Address by Mr.
V L. Adams. A special Imitation Is
extended to the parents, to the pub
lic, and to all strangers and visitors
to attend these services.
First 'M. E. Church. At 11 a. m ser
mon by Rev. J. W. Bushong D. D.
Subject, "A Woman's Triumphant
wg." At :S0 . young people's rally
Ml young people Invited. At 7 30 p. m
Dr. Rushing will deliver his third and
closing lecture of this cours to thi
oung men of Astoria. Subject. "Ev
ery Young Man Haa His Ideal." Come
nd see It. Miam Ctwy will sing a I
CPK entitled, ''But tha lord i Hind
ful of His Own," a selection from the
oratorio of St Paul. All are cordially
Mr. D. II. Porter, wife and daughter
of Salt Lake City, were In the city
yesterday and this morning leave on
the Columbia for San Francisco, er
route home. Mr. Porter is manage
of the Templeton Hotel, one of Salt
Lake's finest hostelrles, and is a hotel
man of wide experience. He spent
the afternoon looking about the city
and expressed himself as highly pleas,
ed with what he saw. (Mr. Porter is
an Elk of high Btandlng, and while Ir
Portland attended the Installation of
the newly elected officers of that lodge.
The following Is from the St. Paul
Pioneer Press: "One of ithe two oldest
river captains in the far West, Capt.
J. D. Miller, of the Kootenay country
called at the Great Northern headquar
ters yesterday. He passed through St
Paul in 1848, Just before the California
goM fever broke out, and crossed tht
plains to the coast In six months with
oxen. Since then he has never re
turned to St. Paul until yesterday
He ha served as captain of steamers
tn the Pend d'Orielle, the Willamette,
the Columbia, the Clark's Fork, tin
Snake, the 'East Kootenay, and other
rivers, and now runs the steamer Ha
lys from Bonner's Ferry to Kalso.
As soon as he getB machinery from
St Paul and Stillwater, he will refit
and rechrlsten the steamer Pend d'
Oredlle, which he also- runs from New
port, Idaho, to Box Canyon, Wash.
He will call this steamer the Metallne
since Its course Is through the Meta
llne territory. Capt. Miller has with
him some remarkable specimens ol
ere from Eastern Washlng'ton."
The old case of the United States vs
the steamship Idaho for smuggling
was dismissed in the United Statef
court at Seattie, pursuant to a warrant
from the secretary of the treasury
remitting the penalty upon the pay
ment by the Pacific Coast Steamahlr
Company of a fine of l,000 and $1,200
fee and co3ts, aggregating $2,411.10
This suit was originally commenced in
the tsrritorlal court, in which the
United States Becured Judgment
against the claimant and stipulator
In the sum of $30,000 upon & conviction
for Bmuggling. The case was appealed
to the supreme court of the territory
ind, upon the organization of the fed
eral court, wa3 transferred from tht
supreme court of the state to the cir
cuit court of the United States for
the -district of Washington, and upor
'.he trial the Jud'srment of the territo
rial district court was affirmed. Th
proceedings on Monday were practl
ally a compromise upon a showing
nade by the claimant, the Pacific
Coast Steamship Company. It will
e remembered that the Idaho wap
?unk about six years ago in tht
Itralts. The Liverpool Journal of Commen t
f February 20th, says: The Liverpool
Ueam Tug Company's aorew tug Bla
cr leaves the Mersey today to under
ake what Is probably the longest tow
n record. The Blazer Is engaged tc
jw the Italian steamer Colombo fron.
:Io de Janeiro to Genoa. The Colom
0, about three months ago, was towed
nto Rio with her sWatt broken, and
Ince that time has been lying in thai
lartbor. She was bound from Santob
0 Rio to load when the accident hap
pened. The distance from Liverpool
j RIo Is, roughly, about 6,000 miles,
vihllst from RIo to Geno Is sr.me thing
ine the same distance, so that botl
va.ye the tug will have to cover a d!s
ance of about 12.000 ml'.cs to perfoiir
lie task. The Blazer only reaentlj
etumed after re-lloatlnj the stranded
ranch steamer RlKne, and brough
ier to Grand Canary. The Colombo
nleh Is now to be towed. Is a iai-gi
..earner of 2394 tons register, so tnat
.ie tow will be a heavy as well as 1,
LIKE THE WIND.
fhe Principality iMakes a Remarkable
Passage Between this Port aiul
The average time taken by a vest-el
n the passage from Astoria to Liver
pool the past season has been a.luut
Jj days, which seems a very long vlme
is compared with th-e voyage of tiic
Jrltlsh ship Principality, which hah
,ust arrived at Liverpool, making th
passage In 97 days, and belii? ti.e
astest time sailed In the past twt
ears. The continued absence of thi
Juplca, which is now out 191 days, i
n strange contrast to this re-niai-kabii
voyage Just finished.
The Principality sailed from Asloiif
Oecember 18, and arrived at tju'ens
town March 25. Htr cargo co-nslst!
if 55,5ti8 centals of wheat, valu?.i at
;l(i,000. She was loaded by J. R. Cam
ron & Co. The ship Is very well
iiown here, having made half a doz
en voyages to this port. She was
generally rated as a very fair vessel,
.hough In 1S94 she waB 153 days In
making the run to Dunkirk. The Prin
cipality was built In Sunderland in
1SS5, and she halls from Liverpool.
She Is a four-masted iron vessel, reg
istered at 1699 tons. Captain E. Jones
has been her master for several years.
The best passage made since las!
season is credited to the Sutherland
shire, which ran from Astoria to Fal
mouth In 100 days. In 1S93 the .Mach.
rlhunlsh sailed from Astoria to Cork
In 93 days, having made a decidedly
long passege In coming this way. She
Is exactly the same register as thi
Principality. Seven years ago the Lar
naoa, an iron bark with a iwod rec
ord, covered the distance between th
'"Vilumbla river and Queenstown in l)i
The fastest time ever made between
Oregon and Europe occurred several
years before the Larnacas vovajre.
and was made by the British shin Call-
loch. The Caitloch was in command of
Captain Phillips, and was loaded with
wheat by -Henry Hewitt Co. A
dead calm kept her in sight of lan5
for two days after she was towed oul
cf the river, but the old adage re
garding a bad beginning and a good
ending, hel 1 good In this case, and
87 davs after she disappeared from
view from Cape Hancock Mr. Hewitt
received a telegram announcing her
arrival at Queenstown, 89 days from
1 port to ixirt.
0 the day the Principality reached
Queenstown. two other Oregon ships
arrived at ports of call, but neither of
them made very good time. Th Glen
burn sailed Into Falmouth after a trip
9t 137 days, and the Yola reported
off fie Lizard, H2 d'ava from ouj
shores. The Ulenburn's craw Is ST.-S-98
rentals of wheat valued at $42,050,
and the Yola's, 52.457 centals, worth
$35,0(10. The former vessel was loaded
hv SI boon & Kerr, and the latter bv
the Pacific Coiast Elevator Co.
Mr. A. B. Hammond and Party
HfcMfcT THE SUBSIDY COMMITTEE
Told them What He Would do, and
StaUs His Proposition
Mr. Hammond Is here. He has the
money to build the Astorla-Goble rail
road ,and will build It providing the
people of this city get In and do their
share of the work. In other words,
the good people of Astoria must carry
out their part of the contract as faith
fully as has Mr. Hammond, and thfs
they will doubtless do.
Mr. A. B. Hammond, C. H-. McLeod,
of Montana, and X71wln Stone, of
Portland, arrived In the city on yes
terday morning's boat. They went dl
rectly to the Occident Hotel, where
shortly afterward the party were Join
ed by Mayor Kinney and other mem
bers of the subsidy committee. The
arrival of Mr. Hammond seemed to
awaken a new' life, not only In mem
bers of the subsidy committee, but In
the whole population of the city, foi
all day long little knots of men could
be Been standing on the street comers
discussing the situation, and without
exception their faces beamed with ex
peotancy and good humor.
A meelng of the subsidy committee
had been called for 11 o'clock, and
many citizens and members of the
press were Invited to be present. The
Chamber of Commerce hall was well
filled, when shortly after 11 o'clock,
Mr. Hammond 'and his associates en
tered. They were heartily received by
the assemblage. Upon invitation vi
Chairman Kinney, Mr. Hammond
briefly stated what he had returned to
Astoria for, what he could do, and
what he expected the people of Asto
ria to do before the work would go on.
He spoke of his tireless and fruitless
efforts to bring the Astorla-Goble rail
road proposition before the financial
men of the world's money centers, and
now the road would be built with indi
vidual money. It would be several
years before western railroads would
receive favorable consideration in New
York and London. He assured the
gentlemen present that he had the
money to go ahead with the work and
complete It, and from all appearances
there was no one In the room who
ioubted the statement. But there were
.ertaln changes in the existing ron
tract that Mr. Hammond wanted
.ihanged, as well as other matters at
tended to, which he had supposed were
.n proper shape, but whieh he finds
upon Investigation to be incomplete.
Jrlelly stated, Mr. Hammond's de
dres as stated to the committee, art,
The right of way from Astoria to
Joule; a modification of that part of
.he contract where he was required
io expend $50,000 per month; new deeds
to the subsidy whl.h would enable
him to handle the property -without
He gave as his reasons for wanting
a reduction In the amount of money to
be expended monthly, that It was an
Impossibility at certain seasons of the
year for one to expend the sum of
;50,000 per month on the work and do
It In an economical manner. The re
cent changes In the city charter was a
sulHclent cause, according to certain
legal opinions, for wanting the deedj
to date after the amendmed chartei
wont Into effect. If the -people of As
toria would igrant these changes then
work would go ahead and continue
until the road Is finished. He consid
er. 1 the Seashore road a nlde issue,
an-.l .would llrst aim to get transconti
nental connection before ta. Ing that
proposition up In a serious way. No
one In Astoria was more anxious to see
the railroad completed than he, and
every cent that was expended on the
enterprise was so muen dead money
until the road was In operation. By
wishing the sum to be expend cut
down from the original amount agreed
upon, did not necessarily mean that
less than that sum would be paid out
each month, for there would be times
When several times $50,000 would be I
expended In a month. He thanked his
hearers for their careful attention, and
When Mr. Hammond had finished
there was a moment of silence, and
then Chairman Kinney requested the
reflections of the various gentlemen
present. Several made brief remarka,
and to the point. They considered Mr.
Hammond'a proposition as being alto
gether reasonable, and one that should
meet with the prompt acceptance of
the committee. If there had ever been
any delay, it should atop now and for
ever. Messrs. !H. 'B. Parker, J. Q. A.
Bowlby, G. Wlngate, James W. Welch
Samuel Elmore. F. J. Taylor, C. R,
Thomson, Jno. A. Devlin, and Charles
Shlvely. were among the speakers. Af
ter this brief discussion, the meeting
adjourned -until 2:30 p. m., when It was
expected a committee appointed to
meet with Air. Hammond's attorneys,
Messrs. Strong and Fulton, for the
purpose of arranging for a moJitlca.
tlon of the contract, as proposed b
Mr. Hammond, would report.
The committee came in about 3
o'clock and announced that the attor
neys were busy ntaking the necessary
changes, but It would be late tie-fore
the work was completed. Thereupon
Mr. Kinney stated that It would be in
order from those present to express
their views regarding the manner In
which the right cf way could most
readily be secured and placed In such
shape that Mr. Hammond coukl go
ahead with the work. Mr. C. R Thom
son thought that a guarantee company
oould be iacorporated with, sufficient
capital to indemnify 3tfr. Hammond
in Bocurlife the right of way. He
! thought the capital stock should b
J $75,000, which would cover any outlay
j necessary In securing the right of way
from the terminus or the Seaahort
road to Gable. Messrs. F. J. Taylor,
II. C. Thompson, B. Vantusen and
others talked In the eame strain. Mr.
V. K. Warren, when asked by Chair
man Kinney Ito express his views on
the subject, sal'd he had not had time
to give the matter serious thought,
but it seemed to him some such plan
as suggested by Mr. Thomson would
be the most feasible. He thought that
through a corporation with the pro
posed capital, backed by men of suffi
cient standing, the desired end could
be reached more rapidly than In any
other way. Stock could be Issued, and
if the aubscrlbers did not bave tht
actual cash, they could deed to the
guarantee company a sufficient amount
of land to cover their subscription
Bald land to be redeemable up to a
certain date. He advised the commit
tee to act carefully but without delay.
Mr. Thomson jeugglesited that the
various attorneys of the city be asked
to co-operate with Mr. Hammond In
securing the right of way, and .that
they volunteer their services to that
end without pay, and that they pledge
themselves not to accept employment
in the Interest of any person or cor.
poratlon .resisting the condemnation,
proceedings for any portion of the
right of way. Mr. Taylor made a
motion that Mr. Thomson be appoint
ed a committee of one to draw up such
an agreement, and seaure the signa
tures of the attorneys. Mr. Welch
seconded the motion and upon being
put to a vote It was unanimously car
ried. Tht meeting adjourned directly
afterward until 10 o'clock this morn
ing. Mr. Thomson lost no time in
getting his agreement realdy, and up tc
a late hour last night had received the
signatures of most of the attorneys.
Mr. Hammond was seen last even
ing by an Astorlan reporter. He had
little to say, other than what has al
ready been published regarding his in
tentions. He is still the same enthu
siastic gentleman regarding Astoria's
future who left here four months ago
for the East with the subsidy con
tract in his pocket, and regarding the
future of the city he talked freely to
"The citizens of Astoria can rest
assured," he said, "that their seaport
is not unheard of in the East; in fact,
It seems as familiar a name to the
people of the Atlantic coast cities as
is any other place on the coast. Tht
liulldlng of a railroad to transconti
nental connection Is going to attract
a large number of people this way,
ai.d many of them will be men who
will invest money in real estate, if they
will not in railroads. Personally, 1
cannot think of a city with brighter
prospects before it than has Astoria,
and if the people here will pull oft
their coats and put their shoulders to
the Wheel, the place Is sure to go
ahead. Owing I tV (the . unparalleled
financial depression It has been a hard
struggle to even get the attention
of Eastern financiers on the Astorla-
Goble project, and I can assure you
I met with but little encouragement
Predictions of fallura were more of
ten expressed by men who are known
throughout the land as shrewd finan
ciers, but in the face of all this Asto
ria shall see her railroad completed.
The money that will build th? line
comes from the pockets of the bui.d
ers, and represents a part of fheii
Mr. Hammond has a very warm s. 01
in his heart for Astoria and her po pic
He says there is good metal h:iv, am
ine now activity will develop it Inu
usefulness. He believes tho rfe -pl
hero will join hands -with hl:n and galr
for Astoria the proud position In the
commercial world to which siie right
fully belongs. With the citizens unit
ed, he thinks there can be nothing turn
up that will give Oregon's only seaport
a 1-ackset. Industries must be lndu ea
to come here and give employment tc
the laboring classes and this will be
brought about largely by the efforts
of the citizens. In speaking of Mr. J
C. Stanton, Mr. Hammond paid that
the ieople of Astoria should feel gi-ale
ful to him for the manner In which he
has worked for the success of the rail
road. For two years he has done noth
ing 'but talk of Astoria and try ana
bring the raiiiroad scheme before cap
Itallsts ,who might be Induced to Invest
their money In the enterprise. His
whole existence seemed to dwell In this
project, and it has been the one am
bition of the declining years of thlf
man that Astoria should have, rail
road connection with fhe outside world.
Mr. Hammond will probably spend
a greater part of the time In Astoria
with his family during the construe,
t'.on of the railroad, and later may
make this city his permanent resi
dence. Today the committee will meet at
10 o'clock, at which time it is expected
some plan will be adopted for securing
the right of way. Mr. Hammond Is
prepared to meet ail options and was
ready yesterday to take up the Go-ble
survey, which called for a payment of
514.00J, only that the rights haa Dy the
Joule Company had expired over a
ydr ag-o by limitation, hence there re
mained nothing to transfer. There
need be but little de'ay if the commit
tee get down to work and this It Is
expected they will do.
C. R. F. P. UNION NOTICE. .
Regular monthly meeting of the Col
umbia River Fishermen's Protective
Cnlon will be held at Fisher's Hall,
Tuesday, April 2d, 1S95, at 7:30 p. m.
The price of salmon for the year 1S95
will be set.
A patrolman and light keeper for
Sand Island to be elected and other
business of Importance to be transact.
Members In srood standing are re
quested to be present and have their
book or receipt along. '
SOFUS jE.NSt-.N. sec-
M. lgn, Volenti renJs head and palm.
ilso cards, and tells past, present and
'uture. Consultation on an anaira.
Vice 50 cents and upwards. Recom
nendatlons from several hundred per
sons. 455 Excnange sirs "
is Cod-liver Oil emulsified, or
made easy of digestion and as
similation. To this is added tha
Hypophosphites of Lime and
Soda, which aid in the digestion
of the Oil and increase materially
the potency of both. It is a re
markable flesh-producer. Ema
ciated, ancemic and consumptive
persons gain flesh upon it very
rapidly. The combination is a
most happy one
Physicians recognize its su
perior merit in all conditions of
wasting. It has had the en
dorsement of the medical pro
fession for 20 years.
Don't bepertuaded to tak a lubstituU!
r. -. ' ft 3civme, N. Y. All Druggists. 50c, and $1,
There Is a great deal of speculation
here as to the cause of the Cuplca's
long voyage from Liverpool, but peo
ple who know the vessel and her mas
ter do not doubt that she will arrive.
The statement made at Astoria, anil
printed in the papers yesterday morn
ing, to the effect that Ihe vessel Is
surely lost, Is certainly uncalled for,
as neither the man who gave the re
port nor. his firm have any connection
with the ship, except tWat they are In
Ihe same line of business as the con.
slgn9?s of the Cuplca. Captain J. A.
Brown says 'he will not give up the
vesssl until she has been out at lea3t
210 days, and she is only out 190 days
today. The Cupicti Is a slow sailer,
and may have been delayed off the
Horn or caught In the doldrums. Cap
tain Evans, of the Gantoc't Rock, had
such an experience coming up the
ci.ast, and got In a calm, when for 42
days he only made GO miles. The Cu
plca made a bad beginning, for she
was spoken November 9, 50 days out.
In 15 south 34 west, whereas she should
have been in the vicinity of the Horn
at ithe time. Oregonlan.
Services at the Congregational church
-'Morning theme, "Christian Exam
ple." Evening, "Conditions of True
Success." The Sunday school meet
at 12:15 and the Christian Ewdeavol
at 6:30 p. m.
E VVAMT you to make no al
lowance. Our Gents' furn
ishings are as good as we
s:iy they are. Do you think
how rare such agreement is?
We run a clothing store for men with
no de id places in ill You know how easy
.t is to heap up a lot of things that nobody
.vants and so make a show of plenty.
But the ; pawed over stock ain't the one
you care to pick at. There is'nt a trash
eddy in all the tide of men's tilings rush
ing through this store.
HardTinws Have Como
Try'.ng tj Make it Easy,
We wish the public to understand
that we sell exclusively nothing
J. H. wJ I'TKR WHISKEY
For 10 cents a drink, and Kopp's cele
brated N. P. Beer at 5 cents a glass.
The whisky is the same as we have
)een selling ever since we have beer
n business, and we are going to con
.inue the same as long as we can get a
iquare d"-' - bii aides.
WHITE HOUSE CORNER,
Corner 9th and Bond.
HARRIS & WRIGHT.
E. A. TOPPING.
: New and Second-Hi'-J ;
Full line Crockery
Stove Repairs a Specialty.
Highest c ish prices
paid for second-hand
goods of all kinds.
434 Bond Street.
(Opposite Paiker & Hansen.)
KKAT'NO &C. will open their
ft Music Hal at 3.".9 Ator i-treel,
Sftliirdny t'n itUh. They will
keep numberless gf0i liquors
and i-ig.irs besides having good music ail the
Saturday, March 16,
At 566 Commercial Sireet,
lYIciseom & Optical Illusion Exhibition.
Nine beautiful and myptifyirg Illusions
Pleasing stage performance. -n enter
tainment expressly for Ladies and child
ren. Will te open daily from 1 to 10 p.
m. Exhibitions every 00 minutes.
Admi.-Bion Ii)c, heserved 1 hairs 5c extra. .
thit cs neid "0 alvertig
Intf b- t Incited we Just
want to HI inu the extra
ordinary low price of
mlllrnery g - o 1 a for
'ring and -mnnier wear.
R-i foine ind tee i.a be
Cor. lOih and Commercial .Sis.
What the Gambrlnus Beer Hall tried
to do In selecting their liquors was to
pick out wha intelligent people would
want If they knew It as experienced
people should know It. Make a note
of this if you want pure liquors. G-irge
Dr. Price's Cream Bjklog Powder
iVorM'i Ft!r Hi;be5t Award,