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THE bAlLV AStOfeiAN, AStORlA SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 6, 1895
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION.
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Sent by moll, per mo-ith 0 9U
rlent by mull, per year .....$7.00
.! WEEKLY. ' .' '!
Sent by mall per year. 2.00 In advance.
Postage free to subscribers.
The Astorlan guarantees to Its sub
sorlbers the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
, river. .
; Advertising rates can be had on ap
plication to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorlan, the third old
est weekly In the state of Oregon, Las,
next to the Portland Oregonlan, the
largest weekly circulation In the state.
1 - ,; ' '
Handley & Haas are our Portland
agents and copies of the Astorlan can
be bad every morning at their stand
on First sfest
The following letter, from a friend
who hae been visaing In Seattle, has
been received by a prominent gentle
man largely Interested In Astoria. Th.'
' Seattle projeot to Which he refers k
the filling ra of certain tide lands and
the excavation of the ship oanal In
tended to conneot Elliot Bay and Laki.
Washington. The plan Is to raise
$500,000 to be at;lled to this purpose
by popular subeorljjUon, and the peo
pie are wildly ewth'JS'Ustlc about I.
Of course It le an old and stale Plate
mont -to say the people or SeaitLlo and
Puget Sound ml?hit spend a great
many millions of dollars In su.fo Im
provemeiuts, and then be ait a disad
vantage as compared with Astor.a,
provided we tod a railroad. We now
have the railroad absolutely assures
upon condition that the people .wht
happen to own the land along the lln
of the road give the 100 feet necessary
for the right of way:
Your favors with enclosed letters o"
the 27th received, with thanks, I ssr
by yesterday's Oregonlan that M.'
Hammond has been before the sutMld
committee and expressed his wishes,
and that it is fully inclined to gran
them. The committee must da tha
and wltl. !
I called on yesterday. He Is
very conndeiVt thaut the south cana'
will be built, and so am I, knowing
how enflhuelastio and united the Seat
tle people art on any project that ben
efVU Seattle. In this morning's Post
Intelligencer you will observe that th
people are subscribing even as low
as $10. I was ait the mass meeting on
Thursday evening last at the armory
aind there was not an lnoh of Btandlng
room vacant. The BollolMng committee
have not as yot begun their duties
All subscriptions thus far are vol
untary Nonr of the bunks or corpora
tions tave yel subscribe. There is na
doubt that the subscription will bp
filled not a part'lole. It w'.'ll be a
great thin? for this tonality. Ever
business will be largely benefi ted,
from the biotblaok up, It Aoria had
one one-hundre&h part of the enter
prise whlmh these poplo have, the rail
road would also be an assured fat
It Is to be hoped thait they will Bhak
off their lethargy and wak up to the
. occasion, Let me know how nutters
are as soon as you loam. I shall prob
ably return about the last of this weeK
The Portland Bun, commenting on
this movement In Seattle, sayst "Thr
active 8059 now being taken to com
plete the Astoria road have no dmbt
stirred up the Sound poopie to greater
energy. This action of the people of
Boa title shows thait they are not asleep
on the Sound, and realize that they
muM secure a fresh water harbor to
enable them to keep In the race for
handling the exports of grain from the
Northwest to Europe."
So long as the costs of publlstilna
dullnquent tax nollor do not Involve
the practice of fraud or positive and
Inton'Uonal extortion towards the tax
defaulter, any legislative or Judicial
In erference therewith Is contrary to
public policy; and It has been so held
In numerous caws. To such an exitent
Is this doctrine carried, that In many
states the puhHoMlon of proceedings
to enforce the adlpotion of delinquent
taxes Is expreraly excepted from the
ornruitlon of laws requiring public
printing to bo lot to the lowest bidder,
It Is a pervemlon of the functions of
a srtaite for her officers to enter the
markuU for h purpose of elieapenln
the petmltiloa Incurred Vy the citizen
for inon-perfurrminc of public obllga
tkms. The Lmt or courtly has ro
i!;t..rvt in the sa1ig of coats and pen
IlU'S Imixned for non-payment f
lux- H. On the contrary, tiio rnKjcrn
l j.-ncy of mimltiiioJ and state tvu
IrkMome to the tipnyT 8 pwtHle.
The figures of the annual report for
1S94 of Jay C. Morse, president, to the
board of directors of he Illinois Steeil
Company, are enougti to take one's
btvaitOi away. The company received
during the year 2,339,370 tons of raw
muiteitial, aiid (Shipped 663,446 tons of
flmi;(ned products. Totail numoer oi
cars of material HiandSed was 88,793,
and itfoe eg-gregalte sum (paid In wages
and eialartes was $3,071,394.95. Pur
cCva.a of irilsce'llaneoua atores and
supplies, other than raw iwaitertal,
amounted to $665,794.28. The company's
wydlmga axe: . Real estate, 'buildings
and miadhimery, met cost, $17,459,794.38;
railroad stocks and foonds, $3,630,000;
Odrth on Ihamd, $923,282.32; United States
bor.da Jt cost, $683,187.50; loans on se
curities, $651,526.26; bills receivable,
$870,643.08; taocourvts receivable, $1,235,
566.58; ItOtal assets, $32,977,617.66. The
net profits for 1894 from tills enormous
Investment was but $30,607.42. The
coiwiteiny's Jtftereflt payments for 1884
The people Should lose no time In
commencing the Improvement of some
of he county roada under itlhe Cross
road law. With the advent of Asto
ria's railroad conneot Ion, a great mar
ket will be afforded for tSie sale of all
klntls of farm produce. Our dairy pro
duals are admitted to be the equal of
those of California, and will sell In
preference to the California article In
any market In Oregon. Good roads
will put our farmers In a position to
monopolize he home demand for
everything that can be raised In Clat
sop county. The expense of Improving
our roads, aside from the convenience
of gebUng to and from market, will b;1
more 'than returned to the property
owners In the Immediate enhancement
In value of every acre of land within
'tie road rilstri t. Let no man b'.mi 3
' the way of, his own prj?p?ri:y by
'bstruotlng the eTorts of ths coun y
nurt to artfly this most excellent ; la
f road Improvements to the highways
of Cl'aitsop county.
When the people learn the truth as
to the merits of the Cross road law
amd It Is certain that they soan?r or
later will there will be a general and
Just resentment felt towards the men
who have wilfully and deliberately
tried 'to de-solve and mislead them as ti
the cofits and benefits of this great
A THOUC HTF1TU PERSOW.
Consults his best Interest by having
a box of Krause'ii Headache Capsules
at hand: taken as directed will prevent
or stop any kind of a headache, no
matter what the cause In fact If your
skull were cracked would preveni
pain. The frequency of the attacks
will diminish, and by taking the cap-
suleB at the approach uf a headache,
you will never have another, twenty
five cents per box.
For sale by Chas. Rngera, AstorlH
Oregon. Sole Agent
Cannon, the English Jockey, has a
boathouse on the Thames, and, when
not In training, keeps hlmsMf well b
owing, Bwimrrvlng and hunting. He
has an Income that might satisfy a
VII the (jmK'Ii. tiieuYji'ira .idvrtlnri
ii this paper, together with the ohole
st perfumery, and toilet articles. et
n he bought at the lowest prices si
I. W. Conn' drug store, opposite
Idenl Hulei A. tor! ,
Impatient Tourists (to small boy fish
ing In the lake) You told us the boat
ail ways loft here t four, and we havv
waited now until past five..
Boy Oh, It doesn't beg-In to run untl.
May. FUegende Blatter.
If you must
draw the line
aiid have, like thousands of
other people, to avoid all
food prepared with it, this
is to remiud you that there
is a clean, delicate and
healthful vegetable short
ening, which can be used
in its place. If you will
instead of lard, you can eat
pie, pastry and the other
u 1 i1 . .
i gooa inings" wnicn otner
folks enjoy, without fear of
Buy a pail, try it in' your
! 0VT1 kltrriPTt flnrt rA iwrMMtift-
I .J D -f :
cu. ucnaic vi iixumuons.
The genuine is sold in 3 and
5 pounapausDy ail grocers.
Tha N. K. Falrbanh
ST. LOf IS
. The child that cannot
digest milk can digest
Cod-liver Oil as.it is pre
pared in.' Scott's Emul
sion. Careful scientific
tests have proven it to be
more easily digested than
milk, butter, or any other
fat. That is the reason
why puny, sickly chil
dren, and thin, emaciated
and anaemic persons grow
fleshy so rapidly on Scott's
Emulsion of Cod-liver
Oil and Hypophosphites
when their ordinary food
does not nourish them. '
Don't U ptrnadid to accept a lubttUutt!
Scott 4 Bowne, N, y, All Druggists. 50c.nd$t.
The Only Restaurant.
Sea Swope about decorating;.
Head B. F. Allen's new advertise
ment this morning on the first page.
See Swope about decorating and sign
Meany la the leading tailor and pays
the highest ash price for fur skins.
The Palace Barber Shop is now giv
ing one of their two-hit shaves for
Bomethlng new in the line of Sachet
Powders Just received at the Prlntz
Craln Drug Store.
The Palace Bath House encourages
folks to bathe by having everychung
Why do you suffer with that cold
when B. O. Couh Syrup will cure it;
for sale at the Printz-Craln Drug store.
Beaver Hill Coal. No Smoke, no
Soot. For sale at Flnlayson's shipping
and commission agency, 9th street
wharves, at Ju.60 per ton.
THREE-MINUTE DINNERS fit fjr
kings, can be fixed up with a dialing
dish, It Is the most Inexpans.ve lux
ury extant. Every family should have
one and especially the bachelor llv.ng
In rooms at a hotel or board.ng huse.
They are to be had all klndi and s..
at Foard & SLokes.'
For vears the Astoria Wood Yard
has given our citizens only the very
best of wood and coal. Tney are still
doln; It. In fact, they are taking the
lead. Why? Because they know what
the public wants, and the public knows
Foard & Stokej Co. have secured th
ajrencv of the famous STRWAHT'S
TWINES, the only GENUINE FLAX
TWINE manufactured In 1KELAND.
Their new stork goods are much su
perior to any other kind.
When a man buys a lottery ticket
and draws nothlnz hut hi", breath he
feeis sold. Wnen ne buys his wood and
coal of the Scow Bay Wood Yard
whose ofTlce Is opposite Fisher Bros.' he
Is pleased, as they sell only the best.
Mr. Humphrey has some choice Chi
nook Bdlmon at his market near Res
cue Mall. Me also has oysters that sell
at a less prl e than at any other mar
ket In the city, Me carrhs clams and
other shell dsn, and a a side Issue,
hax a stock of Marshall's famous knit
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of all In leavening
Strength. V, S. Government Report
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, rhnilmooKa,
Tenn,, says, "Shllor's Vitalize SAVi'D
MY LIFE. 1 consider It the htsi rem'
euy ror n eniiitni"ci system l ever
used." For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kiu
ney trouble. It exce'ls. Pilve "5 cts.
For Sale by J. W. Conn.
(OTien Baby was tick, we save her Castorla,
When she was a Child, she crl.-il for Castorla,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla,
When she had Children, she gave them Castorla.
A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE.
D. F. Fuller, of CamaJlharie. N. Y.,
snys that he always keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery In the house and his
family has always found the very best
results follow Its use. O. A. Dykeman,
Drugrft, Catsklll, N. Y says that Dr.
King's New Discovery Is undoubtedly
the best couih remedy: that he h.is
i ed It in his family for Hght years,
.ind It has never failed to do all that
is claimed for It. Why not try a rem
edy sr Ion tried and tested. Trial bot
tles free, t'hss. Ri)gfr8' Drug Store, Odd
Fellows' Building. Regular size 60c and
DID YOU EVER
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If not. ret s bottle now
and tret relief. The medicine has been
found t. be peculiarly adapted to the re
lief nmd cure of all Female Complilnts.
exertlnsr a wonderful direct Influence
In Rlvlna: slronpth and tone to the or.
ran. If you have loss of arvpetlte,
Constipation, Headne.he. Fainting
Spells, or are Nervous, Sleepless, Ex
citable, Meranciholy. or troubled with
Dlssr.y Spells, Electrlo Bitters Is th
medicine you ned. Health and strength
are irunirarrteed by Ms use. Large bot
tles only 50 cents at Chas. Rogers' Drug
Stor Odd Feliows' Building.
LOOK OUT FOR COLD WEATHER
But ride Inside the Electric Lighted
and Steam Heated Vestibule Apartment
Car train of the Chicago, Milwaukee
and St. Paul Railway, and you will be
as warm, comfortable, and cheerful as
In your own library or boudoir. To
travel between Chicago, 8K Paul or
Minneapolis, or Between Chicago and
Omaha, In these luxuriously appointed
trains. Is a supreme satisfaction: and
the somewhat ancient advertisement
use I to red, "for further particulars
see small bills." Small bills (and large
ones, too) will be accepted for passag
and sleeping car tickets. AH coupon
ticket agents on the .ast sell tickets
rla th Chicago Milwaukee and St.
Paul Hailwoy, or ii.Wri C. J. rdiy
Ot-neral Apnh Portland, Or.
Children Cry for
The Packera of Choice
Columbia River Salmon
'-, - '' ; I
Their Brand and Location.
tstorla Pk g Co..
Booth A. Pk'gCo
'tnheraen'i Pkg Co...
Children Cry for
Gold Seal and Badger
Oil Clothing. . .
Also ee that the heels of your Boots are stamped
These are th& (inly Genuine SNAG PKOOF BOOTS. If you
want the ordinary Duik Boots ask for
For sale by all First-class Dealers.
Manufactured only by the
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
73-75 First Strwt,. Portland, Oregon.
Cincinnati Tribune: Tommy Paw,
if the Hon Is king of beasts, what is
the rhinoceros? Mr. Figg lhe poli
tician. o course. His hide U two
WAITER, BBEF3TEAK. HAM ANr
EGGS FA ONE.
"God gave us meat, but the d3vll
sent us cooks," is a trice saying. From
bad cooking, fast eatlrg, and over-
eatlnr, comes a Whole train of diseases
Indigestion, dyspepsia, biliousness,
catarrh of the stomach, headache, diz
ziness, and the like. God also gave
us a brainy man, who compounded the
"Golden Medical Discovery," a correct
ive of all ills resulting fro-n overeitlng
and bad blood. Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, ,
has furnished us the "Discovery," a
great desideratum In America, where
everybody is In suh a hurry to make
monev. They have no time to eat, and
garelv any time to )lv. It ln"teror-
ates the llvr, cleanses the blood, and
ones up the sytrtiwi.
y, .r'"1 i"e r1'" '"s'od en-".Jl-i
-rtH.m. ' W1 M"!" Set,
Washington Star: "We are on the
erge of a revolution." she crl"d.
"No, Maria," re-plied Mr. Meek'ns
natlently, but firmly, "you can go out
'nd ride your bicycle If you want to
but I'm blest If I will.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve In the world foi Cuts,
Uruises, Sores, Ulcer3, dalt tihcuin,
I'fver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hdiita,
Chilblains. Coins, and All Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
ay required. It Is guuranteed to give
,eiTect satisfaction, or money reiuiiueu.
Price. 25 cents per box. For saw by
Chas. Rogers. Odd Fellows' building.
Most people cani.ot iifford to experi
ment. They want Immediate relief.
That's why they use One Minute Cough
Cure. Chas. Rogers.
Be neighborly. Never ac use a fr'.end
of his shortcomings. Go and tell them
to hia wife. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
You ought to know this: DeWltt's
vviirh Haul Rnive nrlll heal a burn and
stop the paii. Instantly. It will cure
ramy chapped nanus, ugiy wuwiub,
sores and Is a well-known cure for
i.lles. Chas. Rogers.
SHILOH'S CURB Is sold on a grar
ntee. It cures Incipient cuiinumptlon.
t Is the best Cough Cure. Only on
ent a dose. 25 oents. 50 cts., and ll.W.
tor Sale by J. W. Conn.
Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes cele
brated the nfty-fourth anniversary of
tils btrtih the other day.
You make no mistake when you take
DeWltt's Little Early Risers for bil
iousness, dyspepsia, or headache, be
cause these little pills cure them. Cha
It cures piles. It cures obstinate sores,
chapped hand, wounds. It does thla
qi Ickly Is there any good reason why
you should not use DeWltta Witch
Hazol Salve? Chas. Rogers.
REDUCED RATES CP THE RIVER.
Commencing today, April 5th. the O.
R. and N. Co. will reduce the passenger
rates between Astoria and Portland to
$1.25 one way, and $2.00 round trip.
C. F. OVERBAUGH.
EYES Two hard-woklng servants
Yet quickest to rebel when over-work,
ed. jlasse the right ones scientif
ically, delicately adjusted ones the
remedy. The ability that experience
and study gives can be had at J. H.
Hermour'n. Chre only tor glasses
f Astoria Pk'gCo.
(.John A. Devlin..
M, J. Kinney.
A. Booth ft Boos
Cutting Pkg Co..
1 Wblte Btar......
tag, St. George...
Aitoria . ........
J. G. Megler
Ask Your Dealer for
and PANSIES in bloom,
Call at Grunlund & Brix.
Cor. 8th and Exchange sts.
WE WAMT you to make no al
lowance. Our Gents' furn
ishings are as gooJ as we
say they are. Do you think
how rare such agreement Is?
We run a clothing store for men with
no de id places in it! You know how easy
it is to heap up a lot of things that nobody
wants 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.
Hard Times HaveCome
Trying tj Make it Easy,
We wish the pufollc to understand
that we sell exclusively nothing
J, H. cU ITER WHISKEY
For 10 cents a drink, and Kopp's cele
brated N. P. Beer at 6 cents a glass.
The whisky Is the same as we have
been selling ever since we have beer
In business, and we are going to con
tlnue the same as long as we can get a
square deal on both sides.
WHITE HOUSE CORNER,
Corner 9th and B"nd
HARRIS & WRIGHT.
E. A. TOPPING.
: New and Second-Hand :
Full line Crockery
Stove Repairs a Specialty.
, Highest csh prices
paid for second-hand
goods of all kinds.
434 Bond Street.
(Opposite Patker & Hansen.)
: KKATiNG & C will open their
Music Hal at &3 Aator rtreet,
Saturday the r8lh. They will
keep numberleu goo 1 liquors
and cigars besides having good music all the
things ned no advertis
ing but Indies we Just
want to tell ou lhe extra
ordinary low price of
millenery R.-o.ls for
spring and nimraet wear.
No come itnd ft-e us be
' What the Gambrlnus Beer Hall tried
to do In selecting their liquors was to
pick out wluU intelligent people would
want If they knew K as experienced
people should know It Make note
of this If you want pure liquors. George
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Aar-nted (raid Meaal Wwiaier Fl'. 4i Frauisc
; Something about pianos, for we have
bought and sold them for a life time.
The knowledge thus gained has proved
to us that the Chickering, the Hard-
man and the Fischer are the best pi
anos now before the public. They
show perfection In every detail.
WILEY B. ALLEfJ CO.
HAVE YOU A WIFE?
Have you any little ones? If
so, buy a lot on the Seashore, and
build them a summer home.
Ther is no more beautiful place
than SUver Point Cliffs. E. Z.
Ferguson, agent. Astoria Ab
J. B. WYATT,
PAINTS and OILS.
Special Attention Paid to Supplyln Ships.
EVERY REQUISITE FOR
: first Class Funerals :
POtfL'S Undertaking Parlors,
- THIRD STREET.
Ratal Reaaonabl. Embalming a Specialty
It astonishes the old time makers to
see how the fishermen bsve taken to
Marshall's twine the lent few years and
of last srspnu over nil the o'ber
boats on the rive, used MARSHALL'S
Because it is the stroncect. Bni-anse
it has not been weiikened by Lleat-liitig.
Because it is sold with a KUrHutee l but
if it does not prove sntixfactury it eiiu be
brought bark at the end of the senaon.
SEASIDE . SAWMILL.
A complete stocR of lumber on tmiiu
n the roueh or dressed, flooring, ru.
tic, celling, and all kinds of finish
nouldliiKS Hnd shingles; also bracke'
work done to order. Termn reasonable
md prices at bedrock. All orden
i.romptlv attended to. OITloe and yar.
mill H L, LOO AN. Prop
QeaiMa Oreron , .
STILL IN THE LEAD.
Columbia River and Puget Sound Nav
STEAJV1ER BAIIiEY GATZER i
In place of Steamer Te' phone.
Leaves Astoria for Porthind and way
landings at 7 p. m. laily, Sunday ex
cepted. Leaves Portland evrv dav except Sun
day at 7 a. m. C. W. STONE,
: Aient Astor a.
Telephone No. 11.
E. A. Seeley, Gen'l Agt., Portland.
U. B. Scott, President. .
Between Astoria and Portland
. . ;1-SWW).v.v,i!. -. .1 --1-8T
: . , . BTEAMEH
SPRINO TIME TABLE.
Steamer Sarah Dixon leaves' Astoria
Monday morning for Portland at' 6
o'clock, and Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday evenings at S o'clock.
Returning leaves Portland Sunday
morning at 7 o'clock; Monday, Wednes
day and Friday evenings at 7:30.
Round trip $2.00; single trip, 11.25.
Upper berths SO cents; lower berths,
75 cents; meals, 25 cents. , ,
SHAVER TRANSPORTATION CO
ROSS HIGGINS k CO.
Qrocers, : and ; Butchers
Astoria sad Upper Astoria.
Pine Tas and Coffrrs, Table Delicacies. Domestic
ana Tropkal l-rults, Vreeurles. dugar
Cured Hams, Bacon, Etc.
Choice Fresh and Salt Meats.
S. H. WILLETT,
Qas and Steam Fitting,
Mot Air, Steam and
, , Water Heatiaj.---'
m Twelfth street Astoria. Or.
Is the line to take to all
It is the DINING CAR ROUTE
It offers the best service, com
SPEED and COMFORT
It is the popular route with thou who
. whb. to travel u
It Is therefore the mute yon chotild
take. It runs tlirouiib vestibuied
trains every day in the year to
No Change of Car.
Elegant Pullman Sleepers,
Superior Tourist Sleepers,
Splendid Free Second-class Sleepers,
Oaly on ohange of ears
PORTLAND io NEW YORK
To Any Part of the civilized world.
Passenger ticketed via all bOHtx runnlni
between Awtorln, kalaina aiid Portland,
Full information conrernim rules, time a
trams, routes Hud other detail furuinlied on
C. W- STONE,
f reamer Telephone Dock.
A. D. CHlTON,
A. G. P. A., N. P. R. R.,
235 Morrison St., Cor. 3d, Portland, Or.
Greatest Trans - Cont:nenta
FR0W OCEAN TO OCEflfi
Palace Dicing Room end Sleeping Cars
uuxurioas- Dining Cars.
Elegant Day Coaehes.
Observation Cars, filloming Unbroken
Vieois of the Wonderful Mountain
$5 00 and $10.00
Saved on all tickets east. Tourist cars
the best on wheels Eqiilpm.-nts of the
very finest throughout
CANADIAN PACIFIC ROYAL VAII STFAVSHIP UN
To rhlnit Isnan.
Empress of Japan, November 12th.
Empress of China, December 10th.
For ticket rates and Information, call
li or adit res
JAS FINLAYSON, Agt.
A. B. Colder. Traveling pn Art..
Seo. Met, Brown. Dlst Pass. Agt.,
Vancouver. R C.
The Original & Genuine
Imparts the most delicious taste and test to
Hot & Cold Meats
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS,
"., Take None but Lea & Perrins-
8ignatare on every tattle of original paaim
Jo Doaaaio Soaa, New Torka
SOUPS, M M K
' CAME, 1A 14
! Barebtts. fJj