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lUK D.ilLV JLS10ULLN, iSTOUU HUlY MORNIW, imflJ&X 14, lti.l(J.
JOHN T. UUHTER, Editor.
TfRM OP RJIISCRIPTWN
Telephone No. M.
Bent by nO, pr roar
Sent by mil, per month
Served by cmr, pr wee.
8nt hy mall par year. HO In advane.
Postage fre to subKrtbere.
AH communication Intended for pub- ,
Uauien aliouhl t directed to the editor.
Business cmmunloitSoni f all kinds and '
remittances muit Ix addressed to Th j
Tha Aatorien guarantee to H sub -
acrttMra tha larfoat ciroulaUon of any
nawipapar putshaj on tha Columbia
. , i, ... k .n -
p;ktl.n f th. busing manar.
Tha Weekly Aatortan. tha aond old-
at weekly In the atata of Oregon. ha
next ta tha Portland Oreffonlan, tha
larieat weekly circulation In Wa atata.
Jno. P. Handle" ft Co. are our l'ortland
agentN and coplea of the Aatorlan can
be had every morning at their atand. lit '
Third atreet. j
. . 1 '
THK TIME TO ADVERTISE. ' i
Mr. E. J. Smith aa-a bulnea men with !
whom he talked In the East were anxiou i
to learn all they could about the Pacific j
Coast, and the proeptvtlve development j
and increase of this country's trade with
China ami Japan waa a theme of constant
There la every reason to belirve that a
lanre and desirable class ot ImmlKratlon.
with a vast amount of capital behind tt.
will be attracted to this coast In the Im
mediate future. But, aa Mr. Smith found,
while Tacotna and Seattle are well known
towna to moet Eastern people, Astoria Is
either utterly unheard of. or what little
information there ta extant about the city
I so Intermingled with falsehood aa to
the condition and accessibility of our
harbor that we stand little show by con
trast with some of our Jealous and more
The necessity for the adoption of some
intelligent plan of systematic and per
sistent advertising for Astoria, has been
dilated upon so often In these columns
that It seems a useless and thoroughly
unappreciated task to further attempt to
arouse any Interest In the subject There I
never nas oeen a iine in me nisiory 01 i
the city when the retrns from the rUtht
kind of advertlsin would be so certainly J
and quickly apparent as at present, and
If our business men and property owners
could be. mad to realize the extent to
which the eyes of the whole country are
turning; In this direction, perhaps a
greater Interest and attention might be
excited In the matter.
There la serious danger that when the
inevitable tide of Immigration to this
coast sets In, if we have neglected the
preliminary work so essential to guide ft
to this section. Instead of the bentut we
might reasonably expect from It. we
shall see this Immigration divide on both
sides of us and thus go to help build up
and render still more formidable those lo-
csJlUes most Interested In retarding or i
i. .v . i ,1 .
preventing altogether our growth and de-
TWO DIFFERENT METH ID3. i
The figures representing tho Republican j
and the Democratic methods of treating
ii. f roihile Indebtedness are so
impressive ana msirucuve wiai mr,
serve to be urged strongly upon the at-'
..ntin r th. iww.nl hn oar the debts,
. .- j t .. . her nuptials with Neptune, and I" after
Between March 1. 1W. and March 1. lfmS . ' . ., ' .' , . . .
(when Mr. Oeveland returned to office), j
the debt payments of the Itep:ibllcan
party amounted to Jl.ftl.KT.'Cl lletween
March 1. 18S5, and March 1. PCS (under the
rule of Mr. Cleveland), the national debt
was Increased to the extent of UCO) 2&
That Is to say, since Mr. Cleveland s re
turn lo oim-Tj -IC IIM iim i -j
people Just about one-seventh of debt ,
that his Republican predecessors took off. '
Give him a little more time and no doubt
he would restore the whole of It. The
American Economist pre3?nts the fact In
Rnother Interesting form, as follows:
Republican monthly decrease of
debt, WS-1S9J SiT'H.lH
Democratic monthly .Increase
of debt. lsaMMsJ
This is the work of the great states-
man whose soul burned within him, eight
as he observed a surplus In
the treasury. In his letter of accept-1
ance. In 18, Mr. Cleveland eaid: . an,i, though und-r other names, the con
"In reviewing the bad effects of this I "ruction of sleeping, parlor and emigrant
accumulated surplus and the scale of i cars has practically es abllshe. class .lls
tarlff rates by which It Is produced, we! Unctions among travellers no less clearly
must not overlook the tendency toward i
. ,..i ....1,11,. Pa..a
Sioss aim uiw v"""
gance which a congested treasury pro-
And now the 'juestion is whether a,
tariff prociiclng a surplus Is really morej
'dangerous or extravagant than a de-J
flclency created by tariff legislation and
made up by buying gold ut 3J Ier cent. I
premium from bankers who take it out
again at par. The American people will ,
supply an answer at the polls In Novem-I
her next. '
The present issue ol bonds is the fourth .
In two years. The first issue was made ,
In Februar.iJ WM, and was for tVi.WiO. H u. !
The second issue was mad? in November!
of the same year, and for the same!
amount. The third is.ue was for tli".-
OUO.OGO, and was made Just one year ago.'
This Issue netted the treasury only HOT,-:
f.l.ZSi In gold. The present issue will net j
about ill(,6u,yi0. '
It Is amusing to see the Democratic
merchants and business men of San;
Francisco, who carried torches inserilit-d
with free trade axioms In Cleveland pro-I
cessions three or four years ago, now:
holding public meetings to pass resolu-:
tlons frantically calling upon congress to
protect them from Asiatic competition.
It makes a big difference with those peo- j
pie as to whose ox Is being gored. When'
the factories on the Atlantic coast first;
commenced to shut down in the foe of
European pauper labor competition, it
was all right with these patriots. They;
believed In the good old" Democratic doc-i
trine of their right to buy In the chenp-
est markets, they did: and If thc-East ' Cough Cure and you have immsdiate re
could not supply their steel rails, loots ''L aI' '"1"p- The only harmless
and shoes, cotton goods,
find so em,
.V riuUnd could, why, )I!1 lit the
I'.nt iiu lo th d . They proposed to
l. tuilnc lih Knuland, you kn.iw
Will. Hie Ii publican lwrty, plea Cod, 1"
.tu season, will attend to th Interest
ef thte in.-rair . Jut at it hi always
ahi-n U li.nl power t.ikon fir of the i
t.-ivM of tin' ixmi'Io of tho whole I '11:011.
' Not ill. Sotiiti. KiM mid v. M.
A VOICR KOU TIIK FAUMKIS3.
Senator Warren, of Wyoming, has been
Mil. lying the report of the Wit ot
agriculture, ami rl hl olee In lw
half of the liim. n II thinks the
owner of 'liver mill.1 have had their
full hre of attention, and :ht other
Interest are imikltoE demands lh.it the
senate and the hue of rvpivneniiiiiv.!.
j oukIiI to hoar.
II.. that the ti:l crop of Ihe
I'iilll Sirn.w l ..lll it ..MM1 l. and;
!,, it u four llni. il vnluo of all thoj
I p.i-t nf Ihf kxiM and xllv.-r mm- In
I th oounirv. Yfl niomlHT of tvth
honsoa of conitrwa hav ton thiaan.l,
!tlmo a nuifh to My about tho product:
j f the tnln. th.y do .h.mt Ihf hy
! criH! Thf r-son I. doubtl. to lv
j f(luni, n h(. fli,, ,., ,h,.w Mmt. nwm.
N ti hav nu)n, n,oncv nv,t,, In mln,
than In farm..
w,rn n rtowa from tho i.rlnt.Hl
uf the agricultural dei.ir!nient
j ,nilt valuea of live Mock In thin
country have fallen from Jiks3,i.l to
$i.MM.i That la a ahrtnkase of .
more than Jl.(VM.rt a day for
orkln day of Oleveland'a teim!
If any lfslsiatlon. or lack of leRialatlon.
lt rvgponalMe fcr uch an enormou tax
tt ,iuly of evmtrei to dli'Over
, ha, remoly K and apply It at once.
eV),n if wf ,a not hear another word
,i,oUt the Monroe doctrine for a month'
. . .
Christcfor Col wibo In San Francisco Vis-:
Ited by Mayor Sutro.
San FrancUt-o Call.
- . . 1 u m. Mbw....l..n .lav rtn Iw. i T . 4
Italy's cruiser, the Crtstofjro Col.milHi. !
now In this port. The ttrsl to itr.'le or.
board was Mayor Sutro. accompanied by
Collector J. H. Wise, Smervis.)r C. U
Taylor. J. T. Rosens. th mayor's sefre
tary. and srvcral newsier ncn. The
larty were escorted by Editor Allien I.
Morbto, of 1. Ilalla. who reprenlctl the
ltallr.n consular ottlce. It was the mayor's
official call uixin Lieutenant Savoy, or
nniT uiiiki a- -'- ...t i
( r.nd Collector WL- went alons to repre-j
sent the f. I era I and Sup-rvisor Taylor
the munloiiml pi.rl of the body politic In
Chief Justice I'.. atty went as far us tli
wharf, and had to Mum horn, leaving .
me revurr " "r" .iirj..a ,.
The Colombo's steam launch took them!
out to the blK war vessel. They were re
,, Ih -,Kway by the shin's offi-!
cers in iuii unuorni ami me ni.-i.wij ui
nail, iwumma. uy ,r "
plays well, that bi.id. thouith they are;
a nart of the sailor crew of the ship, and
scrub deck and haul rop when not;
Captain Pertolinl received the visitors i
on the quarterdeck and conducted them
to his cabin. The prince was absent, and
the plain skipper of the cruiser had to
represent his royal ' leftenant. The;
the captain lost his sitrroundlmrs In that
tongue and drifted Into French, whllh-r
only the mayor and Editor Vorblo could
The cabin of an Italian man-of-war
and the apartments uf a royal lieutenant
are not prir.cIy alTalrs. A plebian hi
si?n in a 1'nltcd Slates cruiser would
"kick" for a finer room. ll.ilnness
marks everytfclr.R fore nnd aft In 'the
fnlomlio. and eviilentlv Il.ilv nuts but
little of her matchless art in her ships.
nonr, mere am.eurs :o w com: on
there, from the commander's ample cabin
t) thf rWan whi(p n ..
and the long, slim six 4-in?h gun
'twelve centimeters, they call them look
I In the cabin can be seen a remlndpr of
an 0, Italian custom a large, richly
carved wooden ring In an ornamental
Wnen Venice, the long-ago Queen
I of the Sea. annually wedded
, .e,, rlnff wai thrown Into the
waves. When Italy launches a ship
wooden ring Is heaved overboard to hind
of her marjnc matrimonial relation
A glass of wine with Commander Ber
tolini, an Invitation to Prince Luiiri and
his brother officers to visit the heights
next Friday, which the Italian captain
accepted, and the mayor led the way
over the gangway and Into the launch.
the guard presenllng arms and '.he s.illor
band playing again "Hail. Columbia
ONK OK THE SIGNS.
It is a curious sign of the times that on
English railways, all of which at first
divided their passenger "carriages" Into
three Classen ttrst, second and third but
many of which have of late years aban
doned the second and reduced the numl-r
of classes lo two, there is now talk of
abolishing all distinctions and running
one class only. The chairman of an Im-
nnrlnnl ralwv In the north has rl-!nrl
,hat ..,he Ume hM c(Jm(, 0f rerlouy
considering the advisability of having
only one class. in tne t nite.1 states.
starting witn one ciass oniy, tne ten-
ileney has lieen in the opposite direction.
" '- .
riri in u.-c in
England. In each
the change Is not merely the
.... .... .in in
the outward und visible sign of a deep.
seated change which Is going on In Ihe
spirits of the two peoples.
SHADES OF NEWTON!
Fliegi nde Illaetter.
Tommy Papa, there's a large black hug
Professor (very hu:y Step on It snJ
leave me alone.
r. the World's' Fair honors
::i"''l I y
lie's Baking I'ow.b'r.
MI NI.' FOR 8ATCRDAV.
Now. breakfast Is a foretasle of the
whole day: ppoll that and we probably
spoil ull."-l.gh Hunt.
Egg serambled with Tomttoes.
Savory .Mince of Beef.
V.' allies with Honey.
!..-im! Stewed with Pola'oes.
fiunshine Cake and Coffee.
Cream of Cauliflower.
Lobster Stew, aux Tomatoes.
Deviled Turkey's I.egs.
Boast (loose, Chestnut Stulllng.
Potatoes en Surprise.
., )nvlt(! (iirrinDnlntIT1(.n. rTI.rl.
upon One Minute
I I'-medy that produces imine.lLite results.
rh,is. limn rs
IMROUT CW'RT IVTKKT.
Ono llundni! and Thirty C:m to tVm
1'p lli foro JudK.i MoUrldp,
Tho follow Ins l th dovket of caea to
come ui li-fore Judso Mollrlda at thu
:i. t l.-tnl of four!
Jam.- W. WfKh n V It. N. iVk
J M KoI.Ihi k, J. II. Ilumo.
II. M I'l.-n-e . II. A. Smith,
Wyalt Thomiin va. Andre and
t"lniH,i Mill Oiv . tiray'a UImt Iaht-
v. W. Wherry . Simon Antilla and
II. W. Vlerve . M. A. Smith.
I". A. Kearney va. 11. I. Newlvry.
ljiuta tVrri'l va. J. M. Siilvely.
I J.w llolia.liiy v. f. Ik ilelll'iiier. itnarxl-
liti, ad lliem.
J Holladnv x. Or.con It. R tV
t It. !! illi ixr, Kimnliiin. va, Jim. Ilalla-
J. W. tlralmm v. I'aoiilf IVnairuetUm
IVt.r Uracil et al v. J.ilin IVteriin et
J II. IV l-Vi.e . A r. tt. It. Co.
,. . ,
lion I'honji vs. Ajiiif and Wllllain
.Murvus Wlw v.
II. A. Smith.
'.corse Kntiolh vs. J.vlm Set Wee el it.
I'. K. l.lbke ve. Mitchell llros.
K. I. Hush vs. J imcs elsh.
lninlvHr lroluce and ilrot-ry Oa va.
C. I". Orammi
Astoria Ouaranty Subsidy Co. vs. City
Slmonda Saw Co. vs. Columbia River
IS. I Savin vs. llarkvlt and Tolvonen.
t l.ouis Slv and U U laker vs. A. W.
and Mary Henry.
W. U Olllett vs. II. W. CorMn.
Mi-Casiie avlnii Hunk v. Ik V. Hush
and K. U. Kouers,
.lcCaue Savmpa Ha;ik va. J. T. Roaa.
McCasue Savlncs Hank vs. 11. C.
McOaarue Savinxs Rank vs. It. and 11.
Q. Var luscn.
William Ij-hliiR va Emma Center et al.
L. K. Warvrn et al. vs. J. It. Deforce
Or-nron I. A 8. Co. vs. Reed ft Wilson.
1-jUTK. Hachmail ft Co. vs. Carl lsl
maa. Freeman Cobb vs. Krl Ileolie.
S.'hoxil Mlsirlct No. t va Nancy Welch.
I Enoch I. HlodKett vs- 8encer M. and
j Mancarftt Johnson.
Astoria H. ft U Ass'n. vs. Fred Tronson
Edward Ehrman vs. A. A. P. R. R. Co. !
twwera Rubber Co. vs. City of Astoria.
Oeo. 8. Klrby vs. W. P. Gibbons.
8. It. Smith vs. Ik F. 8t evens.
Astoria l'acklnir Co. vs. August Johan-i
II. M. Swlttcr vs. A. It. Kanaxa.
Otto Carlson vs. A. T. Hrakke.
Assignment of I. W. tise, I
W. J. Denver and Wm. Medley vs. i
I. K. Warren, as-.
siirnce estate of I. W. Case.
Konl va K. I. Dwyer and N. Q.
Wamn. assiimee. vs. Charles
, ,, ,;.,.... ... E,lm,in,i .,h--.
Frank l'attoi v. P. H. Johnsin.
''0,,n an" J,,rou
l'lirtland Trust Co. vs. Adjust C. Kin-
n..v ,n.l A Vlpn. ln.lr.i
F. il. Warren et al. va John Service.
Ian.ler l.ebeck and Ollvj Winto.n va
I'alifornla Saw Works vs. West Shore
Aoria Investment Co. vs. I Vi'. '
j u HirtmilM. r.lver. vs. Charles
s,it(,r at j
l.ml.lliiirl.in ami Jnbn
j Martin Ryan and Con Crowley.
. H. Falt.Tson va.
Board of Pilot
I.ouls Duluth and)
Nicolas Kerage vs.
Tk..m .. - 1, . . I . . . 1
I .....,... j .. .. i
Karl U Johcnsen vs. sak Olllla.
W. R. Smith vs. Albert Seabert et al.
R. N. Cernahan va. Chas. Wood.
, , , , , .
."" . .uurun nyan a lo. i
Mary K Smith vs. H. A. Smith.
A. ft C. It. R Co. vs. L. ii. Turner et
Tatum ft Howcii vr. NVialem Lumber1
'has. W. Allsky vs. Klhel D. Allskv. i
T. Helgerson vs. Fred Oherg.
Anna M. Jones, executrix, vs. U R.
Aliercromble et al.
Eureka ft Epicure Pck. Co. vs. Gust
Timothy J Kelly vs. Oliver Stewart
Astoria It. ft I,. Ass'n. vs. E. H. and
II. A. bnow
Alice Swlgman vs. Peter Raigman.
Assignment of Chlsholm A t'o.
I). K. Warren, assignee, v.i. K. N. Car
nahun an.l C. S. Wright.
Alex liarkvlst vs. Koltert 8. Norrls et
R. I.. S.-I.lno vs. R. N. Camahan.
First National Hank of Astoria va i
North Shore und Knappton Packing Co. i
C. A IV tenon vs E. Thompson, ap-'
Astoria Savings Bank vs. Wm. Chance;
' "' I
Charles Weeks vs. 11. H. I'urk r. ap-'
il. A. liacket! vs. Water Commission
of City of Astoria et al.
Clatsop Mill Co. vs. city of Astirla et!
M. A. Hackett et al. vs. Paclfle Ptving!
COLu'v"a. Woe. vs. rhM. Wood. !
ranter 4: Hansen vs. E. M. and J. R,
T. C. Cover,
ham rt a).
trustee, vs. R. It. Bren-
Annie Win.lierger vs. Allien Wlneber
ger. Ellen I.ally vs. Joseph M. Lally.
Thomas Spencer vs. J. P. Carlson.
I-reil Krosel vs. Sydney Dell.
C. 1 Parker et al. vs. A. B. Thompson
A. & C. R. R. Co. vs. Andrew Frmsen
Ellen Olsen et al. vs. Alex Gilbert.
Astoila Ii. ft L. Ass'n. vs. O. A. Char
nock. P. C. Warren vs. A. W. Hoyt et al.
Sydney Campbell vs. Wm. Holmes.
Meyer, Wilson ft Co. vs. the Ocean
t anning t o.
Gilbert Bros. vs. Annie Feakes.
Richard Harry vs. Harry Bell.
A. t i.. R. K. Co. vs. Axle Jacohson
L. McGregor vs. Robert Christie.
Mary Oi-good vs. I. L. Osgood.
Assignment of Annie Feakes.
William E. Womb vs. Daniel May et al.
Empire Jewelry Co. vs. Robt. 8. Norrls.
A. ft c. R. H. R. Co. vs. Eleanor A.
Warr.-n et al.
Olof Hendrlckson vs. Mattl Mackar
alnen. Eugene M. Richardson vs. Amanda
Mutual Trust Co. vs. Pacific I.'nlon
August C. Hlnx vs. Sarah E. Ross.
John Lundberg vs. Nells Borglund et al.
Ida May Latham vs. Thomas I-atham.
Rosenfeld, Smith Co. vs. J. N. Laws
Martha E. Brown vs. Robert Bell.
L. P. Mulllnnlx vs. Geo. Cruickshank.
Astoria IS. ft L. Ass'n. vs. Fred F. Bllnn
A. ft C. R. R. R. Co. vs. Samuel Welch.
State of Oregon vs. Frank Correy; as
sault with dangerous weapon.
State of Oregon vs. Charles Miller; lar
ceny of salmon and skiff.
State of Oregon vs. Peter Johnson; lar
ceny of a net.
State of Oregon vs. Nina Wilson; lar
ceny from a dwelling.
fitale of Oregon vs. Nina Wilson: lar
ceny from a dwelling.
State of Oregon vs. Ebe Johnson: lar-crs of three-fourths of tlw proprty ud
n of three racks of oats. , jaccm to said portion of said street, such
Children Cry for'
For loo Coupon For a Coupons
. and $1.00 j OR' 1 and Sa.oo.
You will find one coupon iiwitlo each 2 cmnc
big, and twv cuHns nusivle each 4 ounc bag uf
Th wstok U Xleetra Oold Plated, (ood Urn keapar, quick
tarn wiad, anft stem mi. It la o (Tared far below Ita valua to taduo
you to tor thu Tvbaaao. Vaad ooupuna wllh aaoia aad. addraa lo
BLACKWELL'S DUMJIU TOBiCCO CO.,Durfiam.f.C
Buy a ba of this Cclrbrated Smoklnc Tobacco and read tha
Coupon which gives a list of other premiums ami how
to get thctu. t atcr mtamps Atxemtk
AFTER THE QUARREL
I-axvs sakea, I'd rulhrr hev him here
Ilia ownself kind and ready,
A pott'rtn roun' an' whls'lln' char
Jlst aa ha waa yeateddy.
To think that thirty years nn l mor
Has rone a rollln bye.
An' never a fus lull this bef"
Has como 'tween him an' I,
Three sons and darters mcrrled now,
And two our boys la dead;
An' he an' I to hev this row
W'en bitter wards waa sal.l.
Tho house seems all so quiet, still,
Tha sun has left tha mark:
An' soon I'll hear the whlpierwlll
Call throuich the lonesome, dark.
The clock kpa coin tick. tick. tack.
I wlsht that I waa dead.
Not cry In' her an' rockln' back.
My apron 0'ir my head.
Kh! hat's that noise at tha door?
Oh. I'aw. It's you. It's you!
I'll never scold you any more.
No matter what you do.
Kcr real old folks like us to fuss
It seems a dreadful sin
An' you've got the kitchen alt a mu
Wllh yer muddy boots auln!
ROY U MVARDKI.I.
Old people who require medicine lo reg
ulate the bowels and kJdneya will find,
the true remedy In Electric Bitters. Thio
medicine doaa not atlmulat and contain)
no whisky nor other Intoxicant, but acta
a a tonic and alter na lira. It acta mild
ly on th stomach and bowels, adding
strength and glvlns; ton to rh organs,
thereby aiding nature In th performance
of th functions. Electric Itinera to aa
excellent appetiser and add digestion.
Old people nnd tt just exactly what Utey.
need. Prlo 60 cents per bom at in.
Rogers' Drug Store
CQN V 1 NCI NO F. V 1 DK NC K.
"Jim." exr-lalmed th Foggy Bottom
! matron, "yoh done promlseil me dat yoh
! wus gwln ter let politics alone."
, "Well, s'posln' I did." was Ihe some
what sulky reply.
"Vthah yer gwlne ternlght
till K " 111.' iiupiiaii ill ifwii.il. Riei .
know de signs. Yoh's wtne ter
meetln' foh sho'. When I sees er raiser
an' er flask an' er set er resolutions In
rr man s overnoai pocsris snow im
business ebrv lime"
ROYAL Bsklnz Powder.
Highest of all la leavening
strength. u, , oni Bwt
" FATE OF A POEM.
"Why didn't Fleecy recite his original
poem at the banquet, as he had Intend
ed?" "The company gave him unanimous
leave to print It."
It Is a fixed and Immutable law that to
have goo. I, sound health one must have
I pure, rich ami abundant blood. There la
, no shorter nor surer route than by a
! course of DeWltt'a Sarsaparllla. Chaa.
"It Is generally conceded. I believe, that
life Is a span."
"Yes. i believe so."
"It la also conceded that death Is a
"Well, what- becomes of the olhcr
PBOVKN A BOOH.
Gentlemen: I hav always recom
mended Kra use's HeadHcn Utpaule.4
wherever I hay had a onanc. Tbey
have proven a veritable axon In my
family against any and all kinds' of
headache. Tour truly.
I R 'WALTER.
For sale by Chaa, Kogers, Astoria.
Oregon, sole uenu
Anigreeabl Laxative and NEKVB TON 10.
Bold by Druggist or lent by mall. 6oli0a,
andfLOOperpaoluur. Bampie free.
YTf TTrS Tb INrorite TOOT! JOTTU
U.U llUlorUieloeirianil Hwath.ksi.
For Bale by S. W. Conn.
A8TOR STREET GRADE NOTICE.
I Nntlre Is hprehv irlven that the com
mon council of the city of Astoria huve
determined and intend to establish the
grade of Astor street. In Adair's Aatorla,
from th3 west line of Forty-fourth atreet
to tho east line of Forty-sixth street at
the following heights above the base of
grades, aa established by Ordinance No.
71, entitled "An ordinance to establish a
base of grades for the streets of Astoria,"
as follows, to-wlt:
Twenty-five feet throurrhout all sal.l
portion of said street, which 1a to be
level from end 1 end and from aide to
At any time within ten day from the
final publication of this notice, to-wlt.
Within ten day from the 31st day of Jan
uary, ll96, remonstrance can be made
against said proposed grade, and If with
in said time a written remonstrance
agalnut the same be tiled in the c dice of
tha auditor and rmlle Iii.Ia Iiv Ik m num.
grade shall not be establfsted.
By order of the common council.
If. B. NELSON,
Auditor and Police Jsdge.
Astoria, Or., January M. IW.
Srf&J Jl fit i
I V. rs V A tim '.
eaiSO.fOa A CABC IT WILL WOT CUHC. t
81IR WOULD OrEJf IT.
The aiutel. hcarlnc a female shade,
paused at heaven'a ante ami knocked.
"No need of disturb!!! the Inmates,"
aald the shade, fumlilln with her Psyche
twist i "Just wall llll I net a hairpin."
Ona Minuet Cou.h Cura touches tha
rtht spot. It also touches it at the
rlht time If you taks It when you hava
a couch or cold. Be tha point T Then
don't cough. Chaa. Roc.tr.
Ashea on th sidewalk are not lieaull
fvln. but they may sav the owner of
th hotiso a lawsuit.
Waaa Baby vaa alok, wa ca kar Caatorla.
Wb aba bsoam Mtaa, aha cluaf to Caatorla.
the new shortening, Ilka all other
things must be rightly used If
you wish the btstrnnlta. Never,
in any recipe, use more than
two-third as much Cottolene as
you used to use of lard. Never
g put Cottolene in a hot pan. Put
it in wnen com ana seat k wits
die pan. Be careful not to burn
Cottolene. To teat it, add drop
of water ; if hot enough, it will
fop. Cottolene, when rightly
used, delights everyone. Get
the genuine, sold everywhere in
tins, with trade-marks "Cotto
Urn" and steer's head in cotton
plant wreath -on every tin.
Made only by
THI N. k. FaMBsNK COUP .! Iwls,
CMiirn miin, riiiinl, iih,
WJS VfSyft sMasVBsaw
NOTICK OF IIID8 FOR HOARDING
Notice la hereby given that bids will be
received by the commute on health and
police of the common council of the city
of Aatorla, at the office of the auditor
and police Judge, on Saturday. February
, 1XM. at th hour of X o clock p. m, of
said day, for boardln or furnishing
meals to the city prisoners In the clly
Jail of the clly of Astoria. The right Is
reserved to reject any and all bids.
By order of the common council.
Ihtted February , Jxs.
II. V. NELSON,
Auditor and Police Judge.
NOTICE OK ESTABLISH I NO ORADB
ON EXCHANGE BTREET.
Nolle Is hereby given that the common
council of tha city of Astoria propose to
establish the grade on Exchange street,
In the city of Astoria, as laid out and
recorded by John McOlure, between the
east line of Seventh street to the claim
line between McCI lire's and Hhtvely'a As
toria, at the folk win height Ii above the
base of grades:
From the east Una of the Intersection
of Seventh and Exchange streets on the
north of Exchange street at 1 feet and
at th south line at (4 feet, thence rest
on Exchange atreet In a direct line to
the west line of Eighth street.
.'.Am I V. .. II-. nt L-lvhlti a I
I Its intersection with Exchange street, on
j the north side at U K feet and on the
souin sine at m.o im, iiitinvt rmn. miihi
KxhanR street In a direct line lo Ihe
west lliif. nf Ninth street.
i From the east line of Ninth street at
j Its Intersection with Exchange atreet, on
the north side at a feet and on Ihe south
skle at 4U.C feet, thence east along Ex
change street In a direct line to the west
line of Tenth street.
From the east lire of Tenth streot at It.
Intersection with Exchange street, on th
norrk side at 2ft feet and on the south
side at Jo feet, thence east In a direct
linn lo the west line of Eleventh street.
From the east line of Eleventh street
t Its Intersection wllh Exchange street,
on the north aide at 24 feet and on the
south Side at 'U feet, thence east In a
direct line on Exchange street to the
west line of Twelfth atreet.
From Ihe east line of Twelfth street at
Its Intersection with Exchange street, on
the north aide at 2fi feet and on the
south side at 2fi feet, thence easterly In a
direct line to the claim line between Mc
CI lire's and Bhlvely's Astoria.
At the claim line between McCI tire's
and Bhlvely's Astoria, at 28.1 feet above
the base of grades.
And unless a remonstrance signed by
tho owners of thrce-fourlhs of the prop-'
my fronting on snld portion of said I
street be filed with Ihe auditor and po
llen Judge within ten days from the final
publication of this notice, to-wt, on or
before February 25, JMM, the common
council will establish said grade.
Hy order of the common council.
Dated February 4, IK).
11. K. NELSON,
. Auditor and Police Judge.
! to !
Tub Oasis oh tiii1
BLLOW 1MB LKVtl
OH TIII! SI A
Dry and Pure Tropical
Pronounced by Physicians tht
most Favorable in America
for Sufferers from . . .
Lung Diseases and
Many Remarkable Cures
Tha objections urged aaelnat Indlo
la tha past by th Ian nuniiier who
otherwise wouid hav been siad to la,
divanta ot Ita beneflclul climate, ha
ben a lack of suitable accommod
tloo. Tlis Southern Peclflo Company,
take pleasure In announcing that sev
hava just teen rcld at India sta
turn, that will b rented to apWIconu
at reasonable rates. Tl-y am fur
nlihed with niodrrn convenience, sup
piled with pur artesian water, and x
situated aa lo gov occupant all th
advantage to b derived fnun a niorr
or lesa protracted rvaldmc In this de
fFrom th Ban FTanolsco Argonaut.)
"In tb heart of th desert of
th Colorado whloh tlut Southern I'a
clfto road traverse there Is an oasl
called lndlo, wtilch. In our opinion. Ii
th sanitarium of the earth. W be
llev. from personal InvesCfallon, thai
for certain Invalid, the- la no spot oi
this planet so favorable."
a. T. Utewart. M. O., writes: "Tb
purity of th air, and the eternal sun
shin, fill on with wonder and delight.
N'atur oa accomplished i
much that there remains but little fm
man to do. As to Its poswlbllltle as s
hlth resort, her Is th most per
feet sunshine, with a temperature al
waya pleasant, a perfectly dry anil
for rain la an unknown factor; pun
oxyg-en. denes atmosphere and pur
water. What more can be desired'
It ta th place, abov all others, foi
lung troubles, and a pa radio for rheu
mat Ira. Considering th numlier ol
aufferera who hav been cured. I havi
no hesitancy In recnmmemllnc t hie
genial oasis aa th haven of th afflict
Is 6l3 miles from
nnd 130 miles from
Fare from Los Antelrs
Tor further Information Inquire of
any southern l'acino Company aen'.
B. P. ROOKJTlfl,
Asst. Oen. Pass. Art. H. P. Co-
J. II. KIRKLAND,
Dlst I'ass. Art
fVir. Ftr vid Abler ftia. Portland. Or
KRATINOa CO will open their
Munlo Itsll at Alnr tireet,
; Haturday the Kith. Thsy will
www keep niimberlcM good llqiinri
and cigars bealdrt hsvltig f ooil mmlc all th
Greatest -f- Trans-Continental
Palacc Dining Room and SlrrpInK Cars.
Luxurious Dining Cars.
Elegant Day Coaches.
Observation Cars, allowing Unbroken
Views of the Wonderful Mount
$5.00 end $10.00
O...J n .11 II, .bat. V... T...i.l.t . tUM
belt on wlcni.i, r iulmeiits of I bo very Illicit
China and Japan.
China steamers leave Vancouver, B. C.
Empress of India
Emprctf of Jpan
Empreit of Chins
Emr-reii of India
Fmpri of Jarsn
Empreti of China
Australian stesmer lasv Vancouver, B. C
6th el svsrjr month.
For tkkrt rates and Information call
on r addrrs
JS. FINI.AYSON, Ai-ent
W. F. Carson, Travellnic P.i.s. Agt. ,
Geo, McL. Brown, D'st. Pass. AKt.,
Vaiiiouver. ft. C.
ltIN T, I.ltlllTlOII.
Oilier, iip'litlrs, Asiotliin llulldliui.
ei until I'liysli-isu. K-.b-olU.
PIIVHICIAN A NO ellllII0ON.
Ulll.e over Albcrl Uuiibir Mr. cor.
Mil and Co tiiioreUl. I'rlc! talis, HI
...mniirnient. HO iM. iiperalloiis at of"s
fresi msdli'lnva furnlsh-d.
llll. ICII.IV JANHDV.
PIIVHICIAN ANl' hlMIUKON
Office or ilsn's drn store, Unite. 1S
o IS a, iii. I I lo and 1 to n l,,in'
lays. ID to It
ilt O. H. KHTK8.
I'MYilli'l N AV HlMtif'tlN
Nlchl silertb n M .! of ."
,n and suraerv.
Omc over Oaitslin.' ' .'.
JAV TUTTI.K. si. f.
PHVHHIUN. PUROICON. N'
time, Itmmia and , Pvlhlan
llulldlin. Hur. 1, to
Itesldetii. SJS. Clsr street
n, T. eittwtiv.
44 iViiiineiclal Mlrsvl.
V. M. Urorc. H. II. "mllB.
UFDltCU A HMITH.
M Comniervlal street.
J. Q A. IIOWUIT.
Arroiisirr ani hi'nhkim
Omi-s on HetHUlil Hlrset. Aborts tw
J N. lulph. lllchsj-a Nlio"
Vhesicr V. lKlph.
Ut'U'H. NIXt'N IHJU1I.
A'mllNKY8 AT LAW.
rortloJid. treaon, tl. 3&. H. and V,
llaiiilU.ui liulldliK. All U-l and col
lection business proinp'.ly allmided to.
Claims ajjuliiat th government a sp
TUMIM.K I.olHlW Nv). 7. A. K. and
A. M. li.'S'utar ouiiiiiuiilcatloiia held
on the first and third Tuesday evening
of each nniiitn.
w. ii. mnvK'iJ. w. u
K. C, HOIJIliN, H rtary,
lll-'AI. KMTATIS. NirTA HV PlflU.liT.
W. C. CArirliaj.
Ill Tenth utreet.
Wlll:N IN I'tUt I'l.ASK Call on Jno
t llnndN y ft Co.. I.'l Thud ire... ami e
Ihn I'ullv A.lolUll Visitor ire.l lint
ml" Iheir ii mint: iwiwr while thrre,
WINKK AND HllANtHr.t -t hi
'andel wine Instead f iv.ffee ! lr,,
Klfiy cents fer khI'oii lnui't f-.tac
ci and sprlcnt branny AIo fwt
'..nc and wine i Air iluiwri
A. V. ALl.KN,
til All U IN
Gro.rrlr, How, rerd, 1'iovMons, "fuit
V'r;e!.iiitS, (.to.kriy, (il.ind
Hi ilrdWa.'t. l.iiiturit'Slil'plirv
C'H. 'It OiJ S.rM" Sllil. Attl. lift
Snop A Kcdok
al any inai euinliii nu. ,.t
our atiu and i. ' a
IfurUrtlt of a ln.in llilli.inli.,
liter Willi ile.rtill tliie.Sl'l
Hu ll u,iik!liy III th.- li.uoi.
we have toolfcr srrnoiitfii it
PUASE ANY MAN.
Corrpe and Try Then,
IIIM.HKM M CO.
"tie unto othr as you would lm
.uhrs do iinlo you," Is syiiiiwih-thxll)
hown In the follnwlnir llnm, (hi. pre
ii in ; i ! m biini( t lint ni'u'.ny l l oo
or akin lo pulu or sorrow:
"i ii lill. inrii - 1'lciu.c send Kriie'
Headache Ciipsulrs in follows: Two
boxes to Kora Nrny, llavniina. N. Dak
Two boxes to I. Illie Wilcox, llr-Hikliunl.
N. Imk. I nuv always been a grml
sufferer (run liendnche and your Cap
ulca are th only tnins; that relieves
ma." Vouia very truly,
FUlltA PEA Y,
Havana, N. !ak.
Por Hole by Chaa. itoRera, Astoria
Or. Hole A Kent.
J 13. WYATT,
I'A I NTH titul OILH.
Sprclsl Atlcntkn Paid to Supplying Shir.
There are twines Sold to fishermen
on the Columbia river that stand In
ths some relationship to Marshall's
Twine as a wooden linage doe to ths
human being they lack strength Ufa
evenness and ltiiulnic qualities. Don't
fool yourself Into the belief that other
twines benldes Mnrnhnll'S will do "Just
uc v.ell " They won't. They rnnnot.
Telephone & Bailey Gatzert.
Telephone" leaves Astoria at 7 p. m.
dully (except Hominy).
leaves rcrllvid at 7 a. m. dully., ex
"Unllcy (liiixcrt" leaves Astoria Tues-
day. Wednesday, ThurHdny, Krldav and
Miiturdiiy n'nrnlnjr ni e:i(, tt. m.: Hundnv
vctilnir ut 7 p. pi.
Leaves roilliind dully nt S p. m.. ex.
cept Sunday, fin sntiirdny at II p. m.
North Pacific Brewery
JO'-v if o r i
Bohemian L??eer Ber
And XX I'ORTr-P.
Leave order with J. L. Carlson at h.
Buraiyslde Baloon or Louts tJMntga at
th Ooamo poll tan Saloon. All ord"r wlU
be promptly attended to.