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TIIK DAILY ASTORIA!, riSTOllW, WEDNKSIUY MOKMNO, APH1L it, 18i.
Children' and Youth' Steel
Shod Shoes, all Slx and Style
Wjr also curry a n no Una of Mini' end
man' hum, from lha heat Id (tin lowest
reliable goods. All good warmnlad Juat
JOHN IIAHN CO..
171 Commercial Hlreol.
loai wsalhar for twenty-four hour
ending al I p. m. yesterday, fumlahsd
by Ihe I'nlied males liapertm.nt of A
rtcullura, weathar bureau.
Maalmiim lemperatur, M dn.
Minimum tonierturs, M da.
Total proctpiiallun from Hcplanitier let,
jr. o dele, Js Inches.
Kansas of prenlpllallon from aViptamber
IX. IIM, lo data, 1H Inches.
1 IhiiirIi you'll wppmclutt) th
llio fiiul tlmt lh plucu
lo gel your
Tvr the best of commercial tub print
In rail at Ihe Aalorlan Job olttee.
Try C. II. flmlth' Vanilla Ina Craara.
It la something line
Meany ! Ihl l.adlns tailor, and paya(
tm nifnci ceii .--
Marshall' twinsused by 71 per r.nl
af lha rwh.rinen oa tha Columbia rtvar,
lea Cream Roda In tweoty-two dlffsranl
flavora at V. II. Umlih'a. I'rlvala par
lora for lad lea
Hu.ltima nmii, It yuu want lo P. up
your oitli fur lha romlna yaar. wllh tha
best of teller hwli, I'HI Iwil'. aiala
nt'irnv etc , rail al lha AstorUn H' mv
where yu will find lha baai of alwk
Tha trg(,n Trading To., Commercial j
ilnM, la lha plao :to buy yuur dry.
iMt. clulhlii, texila and shnes, men's
and ladles' furtilehlli sonde Hhould you !
went an euciluneer. rrielinen meaes
hla oftles al lha Oron Trading Co
(lo lo Kltnore. HariiHirn a offira and r
Ih.lr tww and handaoma Iwtna lalln
tnarhlna. Taka alon ama of lha Iwln.a
"aa tuud aa Marahall a," In your M krl.
and laai Ihmn. Than aaa how murh mora
Manhall'a will atand. It'a monar In yuur
Vockal and Hah Id your nal lo Dnd out.
A premlnant alaamlxiat man aaya: "My
family hava uanl naarly avary brand of
Haaf, Iron and Wlna mad, and ara aat
tanas) that tha pravarallnn mada by tha
KauaMVala tmi I'o, la lha moal paJau
jal and nulrltloua of any lhay hava avar
uaaaj." If you ara run down and nad
tonic, you ahould uaa II.
Tor oanta you rait aacura tn airal
lnl wall-aarvad mral al lha lion Ton
fMatanrant, No. 171 Commarolal alraal.
Tttay ara alao fully proparad to aarva
all klmta of hah, earns and dallrarlm of
tha araaoA. aa wall aa eyatsra In avary
Imarlnalil. !! al lha lowrat llvln
piicsa. Coma ones and you will eon
tlnua lo coma.
Moat so-rall.d "aalmon twin." ara col
ersd wlih arlda Tha arlda rot tha flhra
n4 rsndar tha malarial uaalaaa In lha
effrca of Klmora. ttanlrorn A Co. la an oh
lact laaaon thai oulhl to ha aiamlrvd by
all daharmrn. II la lha wholt of lha
matsrtal uaa1 In tha manufacture of Mar
ahall'a Iwlna-from atari lo flnlah. Ho
thsra and stamina th color rlrht
throuch. Tou will aaa than why Mar
shall's la called the bat In lha world.
Charlaa Wlrkkala'a aajnon on Rrranlh
alrsst, lha wall known and popular ra
aorl In lh llowsry. aim malnlalna lis
rapuiailnn. Mr. Wlrkkala la an rip
rlsnrad man In hla lln of hualnosa and
hasps on hand only ths tmrl irailra of
wlnaa, liquors and iliara. Cunorrl avary
snranlrui furnlahea amusninnnt for visit
ors, and Trnfassor Krhwalw, lha wall
known planlal, la maklnjr tha niu.lc one
frf lha f.aturaa af ths plaoa. Call and
brine your frlrnds with you.
The annual mrtln of tho stiM-kholdars
of I ho Astoria Iron Works will ho hold
at tholr oftW on Krldrty, May I. IMM,
at 7 p. m., for ths purpos of rlis'tlnc
dlrwiore for the onauloe yoar and I ho
tranaartlon of surh business as may
irtiorly roms twfirra lha mooilrur.
Ily ordrr of ths Hoard nf I ilrorlora.
JOHN KtiX. I'ro.lili-ni.
Altoal: O. II. I'KAk;!.. Hoc.
Astoria, Or., April . im.
Two Ihlnfa worth knowln
first, to make Mori da: noil, (o
koap lham. Wa ballaya our
gnuilta ware stock la doln
that dally. Laura Dish Pan
U oanta. TIIK ARCADE.
A rantlsmen'a maort, at oornar Hond
and Uth atraota. Tha flnesl brands of
liquors and clears always on hand. Call
and try ua.
The Irrsalh of eprlnf hail stirred lha
Troueh which Ihe Joyoue Ihllnes busily
And oval hurts of dsllcale pink and ereen
llroka Infant-Ilka through bark nf sapllne
Tho vapors from Ihe 0l .an had aaranded,
Kurna afir fume, wreath upon wraih,
On floor, till ray curtain upward
Krum era lo aaa, end both aa una an
Marl. -ltlchad II. Horns.
ro croum la aealn becomlne t"pulnr.
lilahirp Mnrrla, of I'ortlarul, Is vlaltln
In lha rli.
UMik at Mormon Wlas'a l'rl- l.lat In
Mr. II A lloydan, of X.w Vork rlly.
Is at I ho Ih.liUnl.
Mr. Jamoa Hiokoa rslurrrrd yrairrlay
from his California trip.
Cln-iilt raurt will meet In n.lj.rurnod
soaalim on NVednoedsy, May
No womnit'a summar oulflt la romploie
wlthoirt llw up-to-date iklrt and asl.t
Moasrs II. ilrriMin and F. M. Hwool, of
I'lirllnnd, wr In lha rliy yrat-riUy,
rtuoais al lha 1 lot wl Aatorla.
Allonllim! Aurllon aale of dry (ools
J p. m Iwlay at the Harlow-A'lll Mi n an
Ilia Co., Me Commervlsi street.
twine lo house rlranlne and tha sud
drn warm weather men find their rluhs
very Invltlri plsoee Just now.
If you want a flret-rhua meaj rooked by
tha beat rooks In Astoria, call at lha
lion Ton. Meala from 11 rants up.
Mr. Waller C. Hmlth. president of ths
Columbia Harbor 1-and Company, la In
lha rlty, atlendlne lo lha hualnosa of lha
Tha funeral of Ihe lata N. A. K Herman
look plare from lha rhurrh on Clatsop
I'lalna yesterday, rha Intrrment belnc tn
Thoaa who fall lo vl.lt Ihe aale of fanry
paper articles Krlday afternoon In tha
basement of tha I'reahylerlan rhurrh
will mis a treat.
John Kopp'a brewery la rapidly aaaum
Insr proorllnna. Workmen are still st
work upin Ihe plllrur. but lha aides of
tho bullitlnar ara rohln skyward.
Mr Joseph Hmllh, father of O W.
Rmllh, of this rlty, dlel at llalnlrr Mon
day evenlnc tereaael waa M years of
aes and a pioneer realdent of Halnlrr,
where he had been eruiaaed In tha Saw
It la aald that there ara In Ihe t'nlted
Hlalrs lJ.wn.OU huraes and LOuu.UUO mules.
Ill sirnkln of muha, of louraa, refer
ence Is made to the quadrup-!, for It Is
Inipoeethle to eet an arcurato census of
Ihe olhrr kind.
Mr Coir, proprietor of the Hotel As
toria. Is up lo the limes. Ijisi rilsht
Ihe new dlnlne room, which Is lltlisl up
In elreunl style, wu thrown open. The
new rireas IxInsT received by ihe build
in adds eratly to tho uppraranre of
Mrsara. Al. Hmllh, rniresentlne Ihe W.
I'. Kullrr oil Company, of I'orilund. ami
IVI Moorr. n'tumel yesterday from 111
taruook on the etoamer Klnrore. The een
ili'innn repirliMl a lo-nnt trip nnd o4
business. "loh" May. of Mason, Khr
mnn Co., i'ortlarul. Joined Ihe party
In Aaiorla yeatortlay cf.nrnoon, nnd for
n while there was notlilive loo liood fur
"It la a curious fact that a man may
talk for half nn hour and say absolutely
mil hlmr." a.i'.l JiiiIkc Cl.-vrlnml yrsiir
day. "Mr.. I'lnll. of Now York, or liny
nthr i.olult Ian, for lntin-., when he
doesn't rare lo lake Ihe public Into hla
confldi'iicr. It Is nlso true thnt a man
may not talk ut all and yd suy a rrat
deal. When a so.'ll tramp naked a
rich old fellow for hla diiiKhler nn a re
cent occunlon the parent simply lifted
his rlKht foot, niul the trnmp rnuht Ihe
Idea Instantly, He wont down two
MlKhts of stairs nt the rate of it mile a
minute. It Is odd Ihnl one can ci press
so much by a slriKln gesture."
IMik nt Herman Wise's l'rl. e l.lat ,'n
The authorities say thul a Indy can
not act her hal loo brood,
A. If. Kllndt, flray'e Itlver: A. M. I.lnd
holm, youne's Klvsr, and John iMiy, of
U.wls and ('lurks, wore In tho i lly yes
terday. T. D Mchlenhere, left Inst evening for
Run Kranclsco via the overliuid nuts
upon a huslneea trip connected with As
Tha steamer O. K. yeaterdsy towed a
barge load of rock to Klevel, while lha
KliH lrlo ronveyed a lot of supplies and
men to tha Tun us I'olnl camps.
Hardening lime has corns, and many
people were yeaterdsy engaged In plant
ing garden and flower seeds. What tha
harveat will lie renialna lo lie seen.
Mr. Klnlsyson, of Ihe Canadian Pacific,
reports that business Is Improving In
their new Ulrica In tha rooms of Ihe
Astoria I.and and Investment Company.
lluelnese men yesterday generally com
plained of dull tlmee. Moat of the trou
ble waa attributed to tha strike of the
fishermen, snd the consequent decrease of
lha ctrvulullon of money,
Thomas Carrel. Hrookfteld; due Hlora,
K nappe; Fred Olson, lha Olney mer
chant: Rasmus Johnson, Young's Itlver,
and John Nelson Oneida, were among
yesierdsy'e country visitors.
A large number of young people were
on the streets yesterday riding horw bark
and Mcyclea. flood sport was had by
all and muny happy faces wers irrn.
The Astoria Iron Works ycatcrduy
made lln aecond shipment of cannery
machinery to the Anacorlea I'm kin
ComiHiny Aatorla la guiriln a well
earned reputation fur this clsss of wolk.
The new floor was bild In Ihe Occident
dining room lust evening, completing
the Improvements made In 'hat p.trt of
lha huuae. The floor Is constructed or
the flneat material and presents a cry
Mr. Role.i WakefleM, one of the roll
Iraclors on the Young's Hay liil'ltfe, was
down from I'ortlund yesierduy He vis
ited Ihe scene of work with ilr Jarob
sen. ami both gentlemen reMirt that they
hoe soun to le ready fur the bridge
Mrs IVere. and Mrs. V II. Hklnner,
of the "t'nliue" millinery store, lift Inst
evening on a trip to Han Kranc!sco. Mrs
leVere has gone on a short business
trip In order to purchsae new goods,
while Mrs. Hklnner will remain tor a
II. II. Ingalls, of roard Ptokre. con
eluded to work a Utile, yesterday after
noon, and accordingly redecorated the
corner window of the store. The JJme
Klin Club, and a pyramid of bottles and
packages of fancy condiments, attest Ihe
artistic turn of mind of the decor4tor.
It waa suggested yeaterdsy afternoon
that a coat of paint on tha engine house,
corner of Commercial and Uth ureet,
would greatly Improve the looks of that
portion of the community. Paint Is be
ing freely used on the buildings In the
vicinity, and the fire department ought
not to be behind Ihe ttmea.
It was reported last evening that Mr.
F. U Parker, while riding on his whehl
In t'ppertown, met with quite a ssrlous
accident. The Wheel struck a small
atone, and the sudden stoppage threw
Mr. Parker onto hla shoulder, very near
ly causing a fracture. He managed to
ride Into the rliy, but waa completely e
haustrd upon his arrival. He will suffer
from lameness for several days.
maka Ihe desired appropriation, while
I those members of the council who voled
Hg.iiust such appropriation claim that
people living liack on Ihe hills and In
I Kast Aaiorla ahouH not psy for some
thing they OO not get. i ne reaioenie
ef Kuat Astoria hava no fire protection,
and, If Ihe commlealon waa paid )(, a
year by the llty, thoaa realdenU claim
Ihey would bo unjustly taied.
Mr. and Mrs. J. l. Itosa, ncoiniHinlcd
by thslr daughter, Miss Urace, arrived
on tha Telephone yesterday, tha guests
of Messrs. Al. and f. A. HcOlllls. Mr.
Itosa hi resident of Wausau, W is , and
Is on an emended visit over the I'aclflo
coaat. Ha had been visiting for several
weeks In I'aaadena, Cel., from which
city he cam to Portland on a visit to
Messrs. MKJHIIa. Mr. and Mrs. Hose
wore guests here of Rev. Garner Mr.
Itosa la one of tha laregst lumbermen
In Wleconaln. owning Interests In all the
Important eetaMlsremefite In the northern
part of the alala, From Portland, to
which dty Ihe party returned last even
ing, they will visit Puget sound cttlea,
returning home over the Canadian I'a
clflo. There le no change In the fishing situa
tion to report. Tha men of tha Union
say that everything le quiet, and they
have no Idea as to when lha deadlock
will end. Inquiry among the Centura re
vearled en equaal amount of Ignorance
as lo what will he the nut -cine, or
whether there would be any fishing In
tha Immediate future. Mr. Jensen, secre
tary of the l.'nlon, slated last night that
lha Pathfinder had succeeded In picking
up a large anchor at tha head of Hund
Island, which had long been a -real ob
struction to the flahermen, tearing neta
and cauelng other damage. They uhuj
xnippled another heavy anchor, but It
was so Imbedded In the mud that It
was Impoaalhle to remove It. They men
aced, however, lo blow It up, breaking orT
the protruding fluke.
Yesterday there was considerable talk
on the sireeta as to Ihe Republican nomi
nee for the legislature. Many names
were mentioned, among them James W.
Welch. K. Kendall. O. C. Fulton, W. II.
Murker nnd W. F. Mcfln-gor. An As
toiian reporter called on the last-mimed
gentleman ami asked him If the rumor
thai he was after the nonlnatton waa
true. He replied that he had been asked
many tlmoe to accept the nomination,
but had not made up his nlnd as to
! whether he would accept or decline.
From the manner In which Mr. Sic
(Jreijor spoke, he Is surely not running
afier the nomination, but the reporter
came to the conclusion that he would
accept If asked lo. Mr. O. C. Fulton
seerna to have quite a following, aa has
also Mr. Marker. I'p to the present
time Mr. Welch Is about the only man
who appears to care for the nomination.
Bherman ft Thing have opened a rMIng
school next door to Pacific Exprese office.
Competent Instructors constantly In at
tendance. Cleveland and Crescent bi
cycle for eale and rent.
MATTEHH MA I I MB.
Movmenta of Vaaat la al Horn
' Yes: the Pass of flrander did heat Ihe
George Curtis to Kngland.
j Hicamer fclmore arrived yesterday from
Tillamook end Nehalem.
' The little bark Doxford he not as yet
begun discharging her cargo of coal.
I Tha Pathfinder has returned from Hand
Island, where she hoe been engaged In
: The Ilrltlsh ahlp llellochmyle la load
ing lumber In Portland, aa la also the
, schooner Letltla.
' The American bark Rig llonanxa left
I up the river yesterday for Hkamakowa,
' where shs will load lumber for HhanghaJ.
Tide Table for April, 1896.
The flags on the steamer Telephone
were st hnlf-maet yesterday In respect
to Mr. Perry Hcott. a brother of Cuptaln
I'. It. Hcolt. who did In Portland Mon
day evening Mr. Perry Hcolt was one
of the tieal known engineers on the coast,
and haa built and operated many boats
nn the Ohio and Mississippi rivers. His
death Is greatly regretted hy stonmhont
mcn of the lower Columbia.
Two deeds were flled In the reorder'!
office yeslsrday which are of much Im
portance. The one tranafers from the
Astoria Portland Railroad Company
to the Columbia River Rallm.nl Com
mny I.SiS feet of trestle work In West
Aaiorla, while the other transfers from
the Columbia River Railroad Company
to Warren C. Correy the Young's hay
bridge extendi!!! around Smith's point.
The consideration tn the first transac
tion wo M,M: In the laiter tl.
The question. IVies the water com
mission want the common council to
pay It U..OHO ier yenr fur fire protec
tion to nil uoe rates, or so that rates
may not be Increased? was uk,"d many
times yesterday. A member of the water
commission said the $.t would reduce
rates, while another person connected
with Iho rnmmlaalnn said he thoimhl. If
Ihe roiincll did not pay the !V' per
year, rati would, of necessity, be In-
-rrnsrd. Ho further staled the com
mission would not Issue any more bonds,
but that the receipt munt he equal lo
pernlln expenses. The commission Is
of the opinion that the city council should
A unique aale of fancy aril- lea will take
place al 1: o'clock FRIDAY In the
basement of the Presbyterian church,
under the auspices of the Every Monday
Club. All of the articles to be offend
will consist of paper, put up In manifold
beautiful and artistic forma. It la simply
marvelous to how many usee paper can
be put. end those who are skeptical upon
tha subject should not fall to cUlt the
aale. Light refreshments will be served
by the ladles and the considerations to
be paid will be small In comparison to
the value received.
Miss Eugenie A. Kelley, a talented mu
sician, lately of Ban Francisco, and one
of her young pupils, will render several
selections on the piano,. guitar, and banjo
at the Gypsy Fantasia at Fishers Op
era House. Miss Grant, Mr. Belcher, and
Mr. McKran will be heard in new songs,
and dueta. Ttrkete on aale at usual place
I The Ilrltlsh ahlp Kate Thomae. which
: sailed from (hie port for QueaeistowB
I January I, was spoken March 21 In 1
j north, M west.
i The Hrltlsh bark Femback la on the
way to this port, and will arrive In May.
i 8 ha haa a load of I.WO barrel of cement
for John Kopp'i new brewery.
I Hteamer Harrison arrived yeaterdsy
1 from Anacorets, Wash., where ehe took
I e large quantity of tannery supplies.
' fhn Is at the O. K. and N. wharf, where
1 her cargo will be discharged.
The barkenline Gleaner, which sailed
recently from this port for Han Fran
i Cisco with a cargo of lumber, haa been
j chartered to load lumber on the Hound
for Han Jose de Guatemala.
! Tne llrttlah four-moated bark Aus
i trail from Liverpool, and the German
' ship Ca-surea. from Hamburg, are due
at this port. Moth vessels are out VH
i days and their arrival Is expected dally.
The bark German la, known irom one
. end of the coast to the other aa "the
. pioneer of the Pacific," la on the Mer
' chants' dry dock for another overhaul
ing. The veteran haa been leaking con
I sldcrahly of late, and Instead cf endeav
'. ortng to locate and discover the holes,
the repairer have decided to remove the
J copjier covering from her hull and
: sheathe her, thus rendering tha hull
tight. The Germanla waa l.ullt In l-it
at New Haven. Hhe Is now owned by
the lllack Diamond Coal Company, but
sbe waa recently removed from Ihe coal
carrying trade aa It waa feared she
would not be saXe. Then she became a
lumber carrier, and will go back Into
i that bualnras as soon as she come off
the dry dock. San Francisco Examiner.
The wan and rumor of war In Nica
ragua and Sun Salvador and other Cen
tral American pone have been the cause
of considerable loee to the Pacific Mall
I Company. The harbors of Han Juan del
Bur and Corlnto ara closed, and at the
the prevent time there are LSUQ ton of
general merchandise and seventeen load
ed frelghtcara at Panama awaiting trans,
portailon to the Interior. The ooaetwls
steamer have been unable to handle It
a the port named are In the hand of
the rebel and they will not allow any
ship to enter. In nseu,uenoe, the
Pacific Mall officials are in a quandary,
aa they are under contract to deliver
the good and the owner are clamoring
for them. An attempt la to be made
to remove the merchandise. The steamer
City of Para will sail today and Captain
Russell ha received Instruction to take
all reasonable risk to get the entire ship
ment to Corlnto and Ban Juan del Bur If
possible. Of course he will -ittempt to
j make the porta and nothing abort of can
1 now will prevent him from effecting a
I landing. Juat how the matter will turn
I out remains to be seen, but If the good
I ran be delivered without lose of life
Captain Russell will do it- The City of
Para should have an exciting voyage.
Weilnt-eja) , ,
hatririlay . ...
Wedoeaday . .
h. m. ) fL
7 8 I
h. in I ft.
Ilread and cake made with Price's Bak
ing Powder keep their freshness and
MENU FOR WEDNE8DAY.
"Hut to our business. Let there be a
table spread In the great hall. Let your
pots and glasses be washed and In all
readiness. Hid the -ooK provide a
plentiful supper, and s-y that all the
servants he In their best liveries." Addi
Entire Wheat Mush.
Touched Kg on Cream Toast.
Mimed Turkey an Oratln.
Southern Rice Bread.
Boiled Smelt. Tartar Sauce.
Consomme, with Bread Crust.
Baked Bhad. with Roes.
Mushed Potatoes a I'Kspugnole.
Poule au Iot.
Beefsteak a 1'Itnllirnne.
Tomatoes rillfd with Chopped Celery,
did and End.
Ban Francisco Call.
The barkentlne City of Papeete, which
arrived from Tahiti on Thursday, brought
the news that Queen Mamca, who ruled
the native side of the Island of ltaiatea.
In the Tahiti group, ha eurrendered.
Ever since the French took the Island
In 1S42. half of the native of Ralatea
have rebelled against foreign rule. They
built an Immense tone fence over the
Island from one side to the other, al
lowing the natives who obeyed the
French to live on one a)de of the Irland,
while they lived on the other. The
French have long desired to poeseaa the
island, but Queen Mamea rather than
give In to them haa made offer to annex
her side of the Island to the Americana,
British and Germans through their con
suls at Tahiti, but the offers have at
all time been refused. A few mrnths
ago a French gunboat appeared at the
Island and the queen found henelf sur
rounded and compelled to surrender.
The native flag was hauled down and
the tricolor raised and the long trouble
was ended. The surrender waa made
on March last, shortly before the City
of Papeete sailed.
Queen Mamea is a young girl, only
years old. and not an old woman, aa has
been suited. Her ubject are not fierce
and uncivilised, but peaceable and hoe
pliable. She will receive about 4.000
francs from the French government fo
her urrender. Examiner.
A little 111, then a little pit. The 111
ha gone, the pill haa won. DeWltt'
Little Early Risers are the little pill that
I cure great Ills. Cha. Rogers.
BITE FOR THE DEPOT.
Important Step Taken Yesterday to
Close the Deal .
Contrary to expectations, Mr. Ham
mond did not arrive In the city yesterday,
having been delayed in Portland for the
purpose of meeting Mr. Samuel Brown,
of Boston, who Is alao coming to Astoria,
with Mr. Hammond. At a late hour last
night It was though that both gentlemen
would arrive her today.
The committee making ollectiona ef
the fund subscribed, reported last night
that Messrs Fred en burg and Beck A
Co., had cancelled tbelr subscriptions of
$10 and e respectively, and their name
were scratched off the list aa they refus
ed to pay up. The majority of subscrib
ers, however, have promptly met their
obligations. Important step were taken
yesterday afternoon which will hurry the
settlement of some of the tag end, and
It la confidently expected by those who
ara In a position to know that when Mr.
Hammond arrive he will be In a posi
tion to proceed with further eonstruo
tlon and the carrying on Of work wUblO
the city limit.
Liverpool. April JL Wheat, ipot, quiet;
demand, poor; No. I red winter, i Id;
No- 1 bard Manitoba, 6 M; No. 1 Cali
fornia, i 7L
Hop Pacific Coast, a 16a
Portland, April a. Wheat, Valley. (00
(1; Walla Walla, Keia.
RETURNED TO ASTORIA.
Dr. Walter I. Howard bai returned to
resume hla practice here, and ha fitted
up office at U Commercial street, over
Qoodman'a Shoe store, where he will be
pleaaed to receive hla friend and pa
tlenta. Especial attention to chronic disease.
Salmon fishers, send In your order for
wire neta to Washington Wire Work.
NOTICE TOR BIDS
Notice hi hereby given that sealed bid
will be received by tha Co'jnty Court of
Clatsop County, until Monday, May 4th.
iiM, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the maintain
ing and operating of a steam ferry across'
Young" river from the county road end
ing at Daggett' Point, In Bee. 3D, Tp. I
N., R. ! W., to Case's Aatorla. for on
or more year. All bidder will be re
quired to state the lxe. tonnage and
horse power of boat, number of trips to
be maintained each day, rates if ferriage
to be charged, and any other Information
In regard to establishing and maintain
ing u-:h ferry. For further Information
and detail application should be mads
to J. H. D. Gray. County Judge. All
bids to be Indorsed "Proposal for Ferry
Across Young's River."
The right to reject sny and all bid
Is hereby reserved.
By order of the County Court
Astoria, Oregon, April 10th, 113.
F. L DUNBAR,
CALL FOR COUNTY WARRANTS.
Notice) Is hereby given to all parties
holding Clatsop county warrants Indorsed,
prior to November 1st. Utt. to present
the same to the county treasurer for
payment as Interest will cease ttiereoa
after this date.
Dated this Xta dy of April, A. D. UM.
a I WARD.
Treasurer of Clatsop County.
Those swan's CM iboes that fit
perfectly, wear as they should,
are solid, honest leather, sod
mors lowly priced thaa yoa are)
used to ssetng such ihess.
I. Dorah Ooelts. proprietress of ths
Astoria Nursery, hereby give notice) that
I will not be responsible tor any debts
contracted hy Charles Greenlund or any
Ths only place la Astoria to buy
C RAIN'S HARSAPARILLA
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...A SMASH-UP IN PRICES...
Blue or Black Cheviots
These suits are made stylishly, wear
well and look Well; double or single
breasted. Chocolate Brown or Cray Clay Wor
steds Rurh beautiful gnrmeni need no eulo
gies. They captivate at a glance; they's
Gray and Black Invisible Check Cas
slmere This Is a genteel suit of all wool good
It la fit for the business man ur me
chanic. Chocolate Brown Cheviots
Fancy French facing, wean like Iron,
flu ilk a glove, look Ilk a peach.
Fancy Worsteds, blue or black
Round or straight cut, very dressy,
like sll our suit, sewed with silk, trimm
ed with good trimming; It's a corker.
A few cheaper ones, hut w don't rec
ommend them; the above are all good
value and our beat customer may rely
on our recommendation.
Either Black or Blue Clay Worsted.
In round or square cut
Nothing Is dressier nor more durable
thnn theso beauties.
59 Summer Suits
These are one or two of a kind, but
you only buy one at a time, anyway.
This Is your opportunity.
Drab and Slate Pin-Checked Casslmeres
Of course these suits are always sold
at a close margin, yet we eav you 11.60
on each suit. They are the solid kind,
regular knockers. ,
Medium Gray Worsted
This is a handsome suit that will
worn greatly this season.
Remember that wa also allow U off
on all separate pants, on hate, shoes,
trunks, boys' clothing, shirts, tie, etc,
Extra Sizes. 42 to 48
Black worsteds, long Australian wool,
stylish and durable
Extra Sizes. 42 to 48
Iron gray casslmere, will stand a tot
ot wear and looks solid.
Extra Sizes. 42 to 48
Dark blue cheviot: what a great suit
this really la! one never tires of It; It
feels so comfortable and wears so splen
didly. Black or Gray Frocks, worsteds
There's nothing dressier nor richer
nothing better made; It's swell suit.
Blue or Black Frocks, cheviots
Tou can buy them with your eyes
closed; you can't go amiss. It's on of our
We run our store on the Eastern plan,
civil treatment, energetic work and close
We Are Not Afraid to Quote Prices
We Are Not Afraid to Show Our Goods
THE LIGHTEST STORE IN TOWN
. YOU CAN SEE WHAT YOU ARE BUYING-
Reliable One-Price Clothier