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THE DAILY ASTORlAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5!. 1898.
ALL HANDS SAVED
OFF THE OAKLAND!
Captain Kbitncy and Crew Brought
la by the Laura May.
IT WAS A NARROW
Vessel Sprmg Altai i a Gilt Sciata
Ittfast Daty Ike Day th Skip
A. B. Jensen, first officer.
Thomas MeiPherson. wcond officer.
Charles Christiansen, seaman.
Daniel Cooghlan, seaman.
Henry Shaw, smunnji.
Fred Rnrgundor. seuia.
Georgs Gasman, mwnui.
Tlmonhy McMulUn, seaman.
Gustav Llehttenfeli, steward.
"All hard aaved," was the salutation Jt:,n fhls aftern-n e were towed In
made by Captn WhUnj-, of Ji wre.-kM b). (hfl tiw Fexrlcva, :h.iikfui tha we
bark Oakland, aa ho stood cn the d.vk 1 rp tti fter anj ,,itl,i. V5en we
of the achooner Laura May, whl:h tied t.4n)t, jr (;,.rtf were sx S:rje -.'ilw out
up at the dock here yextorvlay afternoon, j si waltlnK to roine Into iie harbor.
In eaklnc: of Ms reo.n rouph exper- , nJ aA ni).ht ,htr), .v tftn .,hree iy-l-n.v
"S rrfain WTilinev raJd to an Ae- ..... ,,j Td.i - ii. tiuw
tonan rePrentative: -MjJf :.n.l 10 men
hare had a very imjtjw o.ne. We 5.iled
from Astoria Peceim'er I! with a canro
or lumber for tfornla. Iwa, nr.
en?mfi o ncr iu me r?a.
know ehe afaanoh and worthy
dhorttv after leavliw the Columbia river
,...-lr . v Yhb maiu:ed to rea -fi
js h mreotlv we were m anothei
hea-v Kale, and wore drifted towards the
k ,v. .v. urt. t thm ihi at
uwwh v. ... . .w
in the hold wua cinlnv upon us. it being
then aeven feet. It was evident to me
that the aeaana In ttie Vpw.ird iart of the
boat had spread In an unaccountable
manner. At Z o'eovk on the afternOvM ot
the Hth we commenced throwine our deck
load ovoboard. and by 5 p.m. Christmas
day had finished down to tle hog rhtMne.
Then ewe- found that the forward heg
M,m h.l ed. This may have ctuaed
the leak. At f: on the mornln of the
Jfcth the mtJn deck blew up, from iheino;llh feet never lo jivu ags.n.
pressure of water beneath, as If a charge Caixaln Maupin was taken back to S.iuth
of dyntmlte had been tired under It. The Bend, but It l not leunW whethr he
hlp'i nose was aJreaJy under waer, but hj a crew wtth him or not.
up to (hat time we had good hopes o?j
elng ble to wear her around, and get'
Into port. After the acdent we con. j
lisVd It was useless to stay by the ship;
any longer and took to :he boats. Early !
that morning we sighted the schooner
Laura May, our position then being .tsrot :
45 mks west of Ofcpe Dipappoln'meat. in '
1J west. t.JS north. I -nade signals or;
re. tsv flrlnr blue lleWs and rocKetf
and the schooner bore to for us. After
taking to the bouts we were only about
at minutes la reaching tha schooner. Tha
sea was rough, but all of us managed to
get aboard of her in saf-rty. We tok
nothing sway wfth us, but the rags we
stood in. There was no Insurance, on the
resse, but the cargo was insured. I think
the ship muet have split in the sxor.d
gtUe we encountered. When we left her
the ship wan listed to windwtrl, at an
angle of about degr.-s. and if he had
ever rigiMed. she would certainly havej"- Ross, speciaat twnencianes unuer oie voflk an(1 wa, Buffering VMUy
turned turtle. I think we wer very contested will, signed a petition to tils pa,n
lucky In securing the assistance f the court setting forth that Job W. Rose died ! f(,OThn, nn!, ,hnt the !.
Laura May. 1 have "tepgraishod to ttre ; intestate, leavlrg an estate valued at ' taior If f, to exen-lse his own Jiiflg
Sound, wheire the vessel has beea toM about U.oOO, and asking that W. B. Ross. W,hoi any Improper lnterfermce
to port, for our belonng hut don't ! a son of the deceased, uid brother of the . made a proper will. Hut that
Imagine anything was savrd. u ;he cabins (
have apparently Ixen broken to pi-ces."
The Btewar.l. ii'l.iv Fn I.lchten.'elx.
statts (ha, just before -.lie Oaklan J left
Astoria on thi.:il. the nu-n refused duty, estute, 1ien Albert E. Rosi filed a -"pe-t'lf-iming
that thy had been worked no titlon" for the probate of will artd rev -a-
Interesting Experience of
Mrs. Loutisbury of
Remarkable Reult from ttie Lsc
New 8tomach Medicine.
The practice of publishing medical testl
monJaJa Is ce.'talnly not a new one; In
fact, the subject is well nigh threadbare,
the columns nl s-i ry paper being full cf
them. Nevertheless occasionally a case j
appears of so Interesting and remarkable '
a character .as :o merit special attention, j
Of such a character is the experience of
Mra. B. L. Lounsbury, of Olympia, In
Washlngroiii who now resides at No. Ill
Maple Park, in that city.
Mrs. Lounsbury's trouble was an ag
gravated oase ot s torn acn trouble. She
I was very weak, could not sit tip In
bed more than an hour at a time, no
appetite, eating the Juice of rare beef.
My husband woull have to read to me
until two or three o'clock In the morning
before sleep would come, my heart was
weak and troublesome, gas would collect
In my stomach so that a number of times
during the day I would become almost
I saw the new stomach remedy, Stuart'a
CyspepsU Tablets, advertised In tha
Chrlstaln Herald of Detroit, and even
now after taking but one box I ara a
good advertisement for than; I sleep
good, havs a. rood appeltte, my heart la
better, my nerves stronger. I am gal&
Iiaid. Tile ship at then leaking a titll.
j 'i.i.l flit y did not v.iil to work the pumps.
iTwpe on (ho iin fy afterward, they
refusal duty ag.iln on Ihe .ne k round
of ovcrwoik. Oiuo they wou.l not set the
' topsails, when nrd'nil by the mte, and
n very n.-i..x on .vMi"t tic ship
j was abandoned, i i'v dcllned to svoik
j ;h pumps. The ship w.ts co water-log-
! that It wad! hv. made no differ-
1 he e.-Uii was determined to do
Jii" I'd inuU to .'in a v. l. Tor twe
mIi the siea.ii I .' I up ta his knees
! j.j water In hi i,il!y. but could not
i k. the eiiouj'i l cook with. Two
steam-, srtia b-'. rc.l thorn, one
piei b-loiv th.-v abandoned the ship, nnd
v"e J-t i,ttcr '" ,v,,r fva,' )' the
Captain Hanson of the schooler L4tr
May, whU'h arrived yesterday, with the
shipwrecked crew of the Osklsnd, say
thwt ho I SO ly tram San Francisco.
having hiul a f.ilr pa-,ve except during
the km few day. "Early on the mom.
Ing of the SSlh. while ;he weather r. a
' blowing a I'.vlng Kale, and we ver nliout
j jo mllr off the mouth of the river 1
stated the. bark Oakland, which wj
' making signal of llsttvs. We hove to
for her, our position :hen letig .ibout Tu
mile off Cape Disappointment. We were
j held outside three Jy.t. tht n ,nU-l Into
i the month of the rivr th afternwn ot
i the Sh, "VVe oajne to anohor ne.ir Sand
i Island. alor!IJt of buoy No. . A .-nle
' prunc up from tfie north nst. atKl we
' -a:;ed to-t anviior ehiin. lo-uj the
i chain and txKh an. hor. AH we eoiihl
do vis to up U-k and ,o to tea
ow , " " , the Jay
tinw anj tjw snd currents are i
,. r ,,mi. riinil liii t the reason I
! wM. j, m u. lnW3iW ta low in
. . ,
, in rtw oanime for sevvr.ii u.is o rum-.
,rs.. . w k...,, riVlv,a here
' ..... ..,.1 f..-..l..nn of the
! ,,,.h vwone. betonritu to''". 1 dldn"t kno' nny,t,m
. .. the eannerymen. The
' .- ...... n.n.1 .ha etr.
. v rit Moi.tr l ' 1 1 ' " ' 1 " ' ' ' " K - ' '
' noon of j) ivjn J for Astoria. She
reaehod about S5 mil sxiih, or aboit
' off the c0iinnbia river, whn she ran up
. acajnst a enronrf east wind and could
; nMjil! no he.dwy. The wave were
. treokln? hlh .uij tlixd.d her with water,
AiKiU, o,.. ,im whooner Melancton
nim(. ,onK from S.in Franciaoo to
South B..nj. Caiain Maupln hwnped
,rm ki. launch abjard the sohooner. .
Just as he a,d ao the Keystone sink be-
Tl.e rtiltlfii steamer pak Ling, sister (
iU to the Hyson. -heh sailed from
here a few dues ago. umler command ot
Captain H. L. Alen. jHvel In yesterday
from Yokohsnia. !. dayu ot. Capr.ain j
Allen reports a favorable voyage and fays
he t In ballast for wheat loading.
TOE HOPS WILL 'WSR. j
LVcHen. in Detail, of the Coun'y Court.
The Will Is Void.
The court having carefully considered
all the evidence In this ca.se finds ns fol
lows: That the testator died on ihe 11th day!
of April, 1896.
On tlw 6th day of May, 1S93. all of the
heirs of Job W. Hops. Including Allert E.
"- petitioner m tne cat?, ana
propotients, be appointed administrator
of said estate. That ever unce tnat time:
and until March 1, 1W. said W. B. Hoss'
continued to act as administrator of Hum
Ing strength so fast that yesterday I
walked seven blocks,
If this letter will do you any good you
may publish It In the Christian Herald,
as j many dentin "vho read that
The tablets have done vondira for me.
where hope of recovery was nearly gone.
: Th cure of this lady Is but one of
; thousands who have been cured of dys
, pepsla, indigestion and stomach troubles
by the regular use of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets a common sense remedy, wljcli
' cures by causing the prompt digestion of
the food eaten. They should be taken
i immediately after meals and their bene
ficial effects are speedily apparent In the
Increased strength1 of stomach and
nerves. They cure palpitation of the
, heart by removing the cause; they in
crease flesh and appetite by digesting
the food before It has time to ferment,
sour and poison tie blood and nerves.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets not only
cure Indigestion, but they are so safe
and pleansant that they are also perfectly
adapted to children and Invalids.
' They are sold by druggists at 50 cents
for full-sized packages.
A useful book on stomach diseases will
be mailed free by addressing Stuart Co..
j Marshall, Mich.
J. H. SEYMOUR
" COMMERCIAL STKKKT
tlon of letters ot admlniKtrittlon. No fur
Wier apiranee or paper rH,ttinir to he
above matter were had nrttH Marvh t,
when a new petition for probate ot
will was filed, and the attorney for tne
peftloner atatlnt; that one of tiw autv
unMut wltn!iea to the will was aud
denly railed away, and the potltlonir was
wry anxloun to have the prwf made at
that time, whemipon the oourt notinea
the i:ltloner' attorpey tCwt ohould the
coiiteatnji!. atio were not povvi. delre
to examine the wltneMws, the ex parte
ppooeedinsii then had would be eonsirt-
I""1 "mt h " rh"r'
The testimony In thin ca. Is volimiln.
! ous- bul the propone-nfs testimony
; on met 3 h tat?s In atvcr to tti
Alrcl question of 4ila nMorney. "IV you
! 'r,nn nN,ut "1" ex",,",,,n of
, ,h' wtll whk-h t no hand yo.iT" If
' u "nt" or ,nr, 'r!vk',
1 Q- "After tts ex.-emlon
or after your
father- death?" A. "After my father's
death." Also on p.-yres ?U to the me
subject s fontlmied.
Tts is certnlnly proof sutnvi.-nt to
show that the proponent kn.w at ui"
time he elcned the petH'on for the ap.
pointment of W. Ti. Roew as administrator
f flw ftl'",noe as well -" the een
tents of Clio wiH, and that he made no et,
fort to fi!- it until March 16. jvei
ten months after he had signed ea.d pe
Oreswn Statutes. Sec. W say tih.it "ir
after alnsnlstratlon has been crantert
upon an estate, a will of the deceased be
found, and proven, the letters of admin-
a,tration shall be revoked, s-nd letters
testemenmry, or administration with the
ai.nexed. shall he Is.med." The will
mlk not only have been prown. but It
mit have be(n found after the admin.
j,,, hns been granted.
AIJ hp -Wons Siat I hav? examine
Ihotd that a narty knowing a certain tsfe
, ,Ma , anA ho seeks the all
of facts to exist
of the court upon a d'tferent sta'e of
faets nnvl procures a JuJxment. or de-ree
therein, rannot aftrwards com lato
court and have raid Ju.lirment set aside
and another Judgment or de-re ent-rfl
to conform to the real fact. He Is es
topped by hls own acts 'mm questioning
j The evdnre In this c.w tends more to
j show undue Influence and deception as
to the content. of the wilt. han ininity
. , of h)1 tw,ta,or rto. m:tvi
he was old. In feeble heulth and his mlnrl
n( T,,J,.lii to such n extent
, WU MJ1y influenced or deceived
hy those posseting his confidence, a-!
that the will In question was 'the result
of undue Influence practiced upon him by
those acting In the Interest of the bene
(VHaries imiW the wll, and that It Is
void, the petition for protstte of said will
Is therefore denied.
J. II. D. ORAT,
County Judge of Clatsop County. Oregon
A. V. r. AfJAIN DKP'RATF.n.
I.wa. o Ki'-vn
With hop- pp.ched to the top n'tch
tine w nt her. Jinl th- pr.-mise of a srno.1
came, thf A. F. '. team nnl th'ir frlen.is
.1-1 rt. d at 12:3i . Tday f'r llwao. to
in--! the Ilwa'O foos'i.ill t-nm. but re
turned jt-r with ir'ielr sprlt and ro rs
;rn vvti A lower, but not at all dl'h ro
ofed, for thry met a hard dfet by the
Mn of f,.i In fi.vor if th-jr opponent."
It was a hot game!
It miuM. be .oiJ here hat the one tuueh.
il..m .-i rtai ma.lH ti.y Ilw.i'o by not t x
h (ly .r.r;ti?l.tforward. hard footlsill, but
r.-.ther by a tilk xanie or "fluke."
A fa lie center .live by :ro-ir fiillt.-ik
who then bonded tt.he bill to the '':arler
uhu vi'.h a cp-.ir il Id r.in it yipls fir
a toiiehdown. telln the tory of how 'he
A.ronans were outwitted ar. l be-if-n be
fore they knew It. liut It was done ;ml
the tiesi tney eo"il'l make of it was to
hold their omn.
Alfhniigh IIwh.'oh lot tu-o of 'heir 1x-t
half Iflu.-kS. they wiTH alrt,!,. ,f,iK1
to the Astori.inH (rreatly mro-l team.
They mood little shw ilntjfh. on enI
fur.f. f'.r Votit.v anl M. Crosby, at endJ,
b-lr.g ixperlenenl players, were, wililflem
to r he k any &t;mpU there. Mr. Kink,
th.-ir new fulltKiek. rm a good substi
tute f.,r Lvjniis, whose aibsenee '.v.ih felt.
Si-aUirjf and MoHlain mule gol gain,
as did La-wler, the other half. SeaJiorg
was govl ot lire bucking, golns through
several times to stop the run nor.
Ar. for ';he Ilwaos, their Improvement
' very noticeable, flrmt at halfliaek
v.Lrt a new and valuable ad'litii. Holmes
at quarter was an improvement, his
eoll.Ke experience .was go.l advintige.
Allen arnl 'r(4y, hafs, arid the tt.ree
een,tr m n, Lelnerrwetert Johnson an.J
Prof. Spencer, had a picnic -with ther
opponents. Mr Teele, ait left taekle.wus
very aggt-i-ssive, and his weight counted
for a good deal.
The game throughout, with the excep
tion of the "fluke", was confined to the
ceritir of the lief!, ulhl iwhen In dancer,
liot.'i at.Kw fmn'pntiy rcaorted to cnt
A. K, f. llwiieo
l leuweber t Nnilth
SMiuvr ,l.tt II I'lke
.It 11 U . I liiUt
I. Til WlUon
HT l. H.Hi.ly
I K It Mvren
It K I Whltcome
. J Mcllliilii
I. II U Uwler
It II I (faptisontmiu
K.iin: galew on coast.
If this were seen
The hnjpiot youth viewing hi lroirei
Whtu I'trt! !. what crosses to viisuo.
Woukl hut '.ho book, end st him down
and dir Shak.np.'are,
fry 8callllnf,'i Beat tea aad taklac powder,
Ulcyclea .w.ro out In full for.t yester
Sheriff ll.uv went over lo Seiutule yes
t tha Offlc.
and hot TAtn and Jeiry
Rrocerlea at the lowest prices at tha
Pacific Grocery Co.
The choicest candles and nuts can bo
found at the Tarlor.
Hlcycle and repair hop at ir Nimb
street. Charges reasonable.
Our prices are ths lowest In th olty.
Call and ( us, Pacific Grocery Co.
Ak for sample of Chase Svihorn's
famous teas, at Ross, lllgg.ns & Co. 'a.
rmbrellns covered and ropulred by a
practical workman, at ISS N'inth street,
P J. Meany, the leading merchant
tailor. 137 Tenth St. The highest price
paid for fur aklna.
Dr. Blhop has removed his olhcc and
rooms to MS Commercial street, over tne
Co-operative Grocery Co.
I.OfT Irge rouid garnet brooch:!
heavy antique setting. Finder will p!easi
communicate with Astorlan. j
New crop dried fruits, new crop raisins, j
flgs and assorted nuts all extgra fine I
quality, at Ross. Hlgglns A Co.
W. J. Ileckard creamery butter received :
Wednesdays erfid Saturdays a; the Par-1
lor. Also sweet cream every i-y.
J. It. T'trr. r. V. S S. Is.r.-y; It. V.
'iit.-s, Hl.i... V. Wlla:ns. A.
Whitney, urn gues at h.- i- lde.i;.
utwi:htan.lln the heavy weather cnl
-ouch ;. the i It. ,e. N" . st..-n ar-rn-
ond de;wn on tme like n i.illroad
It's a doctor's business to tudy hcu;ib.
Doctors confidently recommend TIARP.
t.n Whiskey. Sold by Foard Stokes
Plum pudding, cranberries, sweet cider
and a large line of other seasonable
atap'e and fan?y groceries at Ross. Hlg.
gins & Co.
NOTICE: Th- public .houl.l rem m
mai mere is out one original, air
tlghth. Queen heater In the market, and
that Fisher Bros, are th. exclusive. A.
.-.ervice at i;roce chyrrh Sunday. Jan
uary 2. at 11 a. m. and 4 p. m. The aun
Ject for the cate-hlslnu at the afternoon
service wU be our mission work In Japnn
Ben-Ice at Holy Innocents' at 7:).
eae ii.ie. wo. furs, rns
leoie, ,)r any kin. I of junk for sale, ship
li to It. M. (ioxton. 1't". Fourteenth stre.-t
.-ion.i, nr. gnu. r write him und he
' eai at your plaee and (tef It. lie
pays . aeh.
Largest and most complete assortment
of alr-tlght heaters In the city. All the
kinds advertised In this poper may be
seen and compared at our store, then
your selection will be satisfactory to you.
ioarj Sc Stokes Co.
SwedLsh Lutheran chiireh-Servlcea Sun.
uay ni sweah t 10.M s. m. Sunday
scnooi at 12:15. No services n the even
Wig. The congregation will hold Its an.
meenr.g .Mor.qay, January 3 at lo
a. m. All confirmed male members ars
requented to be present.
Mtiares of toe Alaska Transportation
and Devolopmertt Company of Chicago
sre the mos deslnlrie InveHtment before
the puMI". Safer than savings banks and
l.r,nk stock. Piylnr large dividends
Sh'ires one dollar. For Information d.
ore.n w. j,. Dudley, general agent. Hal.
ler building, Seattle. Wash.
..,.,.,,.,. iiurrro nervires ns usual
Sunday. Theme of the morning semon,
nerrospect ana Prospect." Theme ot
the evening sermon, "A message for the
Now Tear." Some of the Christmas music
will b repented. The choir will he as
slstod by ihe Sunday school choir. Al)
are moet cordially Invited to be present.
At the Congregational church the thomes
of Pastor Bollinger will be "Appro.-ieklng
God" and "Man"s Earthly Future" a
New Tear sermon. Communion after
the morning aernion. Week of prayer
service on Monday and Tuesday even.
ng. Annual business on Wednesday ev
ening. A hearty w3lcme awaits all
At the meeting of Se.ndde lodire, NV. 12,
A. '). r. W., r. iity Grand Ma..-ler Work
Tf in F. 'D. Wlnton lnstall the follow
ing om-.-eis: Pa.t Master Workman
F. D. Winton, M. W. William Kelly,
r'lenian .uariin Johnson, tjverseer :.
W. ''arlson. Reorder J. Tuttle. Finan
cier Thomas Dealey, Receiver J. E. Hlg
em. Guide F. S. Lee, Intide Watchman
COMMENCES MONDAY. JAN. 3
EYERY ARTICLE IN THE HOUSE REDUCED
Fine DryGoods, Clothing,
A ?, V "
Mali- to inamifiicuev's leslilctUniK ne
are not lk l In la.' ttie follow
co.hIs al Aile pi-Ice: 11. & V. Collar utul
l'U.-. iS'lllemeli Kill llove. rtt.llbhll .1
r..t.sn. S.l Silk a id I'otttui, Hl 'ih
lug and ItuM'or ilonl.
Louis TiiNkl. ihh-s.1'
Ttie piultry nxhlt.it on llond street ep
ened yeslenkiy wtli ninety birds. Twenty
more am expeete.1 (n y Monday. n'l in
lejuit twenty oo are expectl fr..m
points out.le of I Clatsop coii.iiy. Tiir-rr
are four and five blrls In 4 .op The
coops are rangeil on el.utlog on ci.-h !.!
of the bulldliifc. and there Is n ro v of
staging in thn cenirr of the luld'ii run f
niiu nmrly th full length of rh- t'on,
in the enter of the building. h.ti will!
,.. ,w...ile.l l.V the 0O.HM CXI"" to sr..
rive later on. There are . irivi mans
mrteties nlrvudy on -xhlbltlon.
Siiieh have ririidv ma.le ilior uipr.
ance In ihe river atho.wh It will be two
or thr. wwlus before they come In anv
.inutility. Tliey toll- a Kl iodlk' price
In flw ninrk. ik.w. but vfiei- ahe
they will te within the reti h .f all. Very
tmr m far hae rid tit any .f ilo
nxirkeis in town und ' rei.t many cool I
not be dlspivMl of at tl' ruling price ol
1.1 renin -r p.xind Kreh salmon is nlo
-ane In tte market, but ih smelt uu.
wn ll f.si n.viry till the spring when
the nuirk.-ts will attain be !--1 Willi
tho ttoya (tinouk
The prl. e of it.-eUie...s I tl st wittier Is
Ureo and a half cents i p. and, ih n..
pr.p.et of an ndv'.iiii e it n I hi .prng open
It wns null. Ipate l 'ore l i"H he id IHl I
ii. u c 'a, io n .-,1 uit. r h ue ihe i
wmld bdnic il liluh ...s -Ix iiin p. t
IHiuiul, win n th ..Mn o"i d. owing to!
the d ruiind last r,ij but the ituvers rsme j
lo an uiider-i.inding an.1 sein.-.l in the,
pi'l.e of Mir.-e i . niK ..ml ,i tialf Tlie roll I
e.i fur lia b..-n very lm-. ,n, ilsher.iien ;
.ne iHliii: ih. - M k ar, .M the price1
paid iw.ii.ld ni J i: ifv ih.. u ,f ,,,V 1
other k l.i.l
Til- ite,. ,,f .(().
their oltiiiitioii s again
Ill'erest ! Ill
c.ll. d I I ttie
iiiglu-!" l:o.. on Kx.tiaiiKe mre..
Powell hits i-wl.-avor d to m rlil o Ihe j
tuition that feAv need May awuy on nr.
count of 'i h.. cwl. If ft hi s'l too hluh I
and yi are ii.xl.six to iarn rome any!
w ay. To those joining the rlnm now for
the eommon .iIimI.t.. the t nil Ion will be
IvcenlM a we.k of four evenings from ;
to it p. ni , Monday to Thursday ncltmve
Tliis Ik not to be a prere,.nt for other
nlgit-si-hwls or oth-r years. Incoming,
liiimn h'. i'li.
' le says
laity ks nl riR
hi iking on a :r.ini'i'r
Iterreniage b..s. , Th,
I lay elalrus on a
claim are located
on Hon.inxi cie.. rlninV claim
Hrsiker creek promises to l. rerv
i oru wool ,h en nt !T. per corl, ami
then It ,-Wn Wt i; have It sawed ami
parked. Itoiiili lumliT is worth tl'.) per
fhouMand. with two t.nmlj milie ,p,.ratliig.
M.-.IS are M .a h. II,. ,..ft jjo-wson
.N'ovsnber 21. and male the trip n 2s
Viys ilo Dye,,, flve of whlsh were lost on
the way. The trails are very rough and
for all mi.w the river was open, n-iesal.
tntlng We,!,!!,, ., Mlp ,)f
mountain, wfth y roe, ,0 k .,. ,
sl from ;urnlng Jmo the water r
fit '1.1.1,,.... ... " 1
- ...mm,, V.,r Ul..r w. h,.a....
' he consider.,1 fh.r thn
Tnern Ih no rUmg..
r whatever of nne i...
vtillon at Dawson, but ,he msrm
"xpedltlon win be ri,,, .
t ,,, i-.-ia.if.o
Ho lirouuht wiih hi. .....
ro-Ier of lilHUog team, a . M,.(.lt),1 of
be native ..Km.1, r,.r .,,.
ri.a"h,oT"-" "iikn n nay ""h '
wbl.ili he has glv.-,, iulf;lH, KH,.. ..
'""-half (.,r(.. Jum Morg
"Won ,l,r.,. ,, hrllr.h w,(r(,
buroe.1 down. vi. ...
"' rveaung reports
niimle-r of p.,,,,1,. hntJ nllrrilJ,
l.V OLDEN TIMES
People overlooked the Imprs-tance of per.
manently beneficial effect. n,i
lsfled with tranrteirt ,.,,m. h, ..
la generally known thut Byrup of Figs will
pprnianemi, overcome habitual constipa
tion, wel-lnform ed people win ,...
other laratives, whjch got for a time, but
Anally Injur, the aysterm. Buy the genJ.
, mad by tha California Fig Syrup
THIS IS THE GREATEST OFFERING
DURING THE YEAR IN
m I e Furnishing
THAT IS PLACED BEFORE THE PEOPLE OF CLATSOP
COUNTY AND THE LOWER COLUMBIA.
The entire sto k of sls In the ,N'e.v !
York Novelty Htore. ciwtlliig of lurfplay
novetles. Itooks lat oxtv and mts at
InstriniuMits all klol. will be closed
Strt regardless of ot hy the assignee.
A chorus composed principally of mem
bers from tha Finnish and Swedish Luth
eran churches, will give a aacrtd concert
In Foard A Stokna hall Sunday, January
t, at I p m.
Admission X cents for adults, and H
centa for children. Ths proceeds wl be
for the benefit of th Swedish Lutheran
ASTORIA SCHOOL OF HITOGrHTIVI!
F.stabltft'.ed for th Trsatmrnt nf ail
Function tl asd Nervous Diseases,
NEirRALOtA and RHEUMATISM.
Asthma. Obstinate Constipation, Dyspep
sia, H'adache. Insomnia, Melancholia,
Mentsrual and Sexual Disorders, Nervous
peostratlon. Panlysos, Stammering, gt.
Vitus' Dance. Vicious Habits and DRUO
HAMITS (toNcco. alcohol, morphine and
cocalnel, successfully treated.
W. I. HOWARD. M. .
fM Commercial Street.
W'hen going East travel on the North,
ern Psrl'tc Railway. Quick lima and tha
only line running dining cars. Train
leaves Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m.
a all wa ar asking
on our stock of
Ladies' and Gents'
Boots and Shoes
Our roods ar warranted.
Commercial iTI'V r
Street Hanil & 10.
For Bread Alone
The Best Dinner Things
cooked right taste rbjht Tou want your
things to but right but can't bav them
oooked right unless you have the right
sort of material to work with. Its Just
as much 'trouble and takes Just aa much
fir to cook Inferior food a to eook tha
best. Ws civ you tha best groceries.
Usui them, you hav th beat food.
OIv u a call.
ROSS, HI00INS It CO.
this o ssilvly no M'"ls
oh.it nxl t sale prli-e. lidi
owuiliy io'.va Uio sutiia
nrf f Ixiuiiht :-i Hiimly ill ill"
(ml inisIi mini ii.-coinimny milir.
Dry Goods and Clothing House.
More Cures! More Excite
ment! More Praise for
the Peno Remedies.
Aiiutlur Liiir t'niwil A--riiilici
at l'i.-ln r's i n ni'lluii-f In Wit
iiosm tlio Siroiul I i iniiii-linti'i
of tin' U'hikIi tI'iiI Urno I'ri ut
nifiit Mr. II .1. I'liiiiliiii;, ,o(.
1 1, Went Home tin- Ilni.i( .st
Mini in Asluiia A Nilil Ltiii",
In Mr kt liirtlilir.li i l.V l!iO In
lial'iliiiils n Vi.iu- ( iu.
pranounrtd Incorabls of rheumatism by
Ilia most celebrated of your medical prac-
tltlonoro. Everything known to alchemy
jand chonistry had been tried and sg
jnally failed. Reno, th great foreign
I healer, with the use of Reno' F.leclrlo
Fluid, In a mliiiilea linimrted to Mr.
Planting the use of Ms arms, took away
all his tlffne. Inflammation and lame
ness and eanble.1 hm to put on and off
his coat with ease.
There also apimtred on the stngn Mr.
Olstrom, city. He has been a cripple for
year wth rheumatism, sulTerlng great
pain, Jotrrt Inflamed and enlarged, limb
almost uael, unab to sleep. Ha had
tried all the so-rwlW oures for rheuma
tism, but receive,! no benefit. Th won
derful Reno treatment was applied with
ths result that In minute th ua of
of limbs was tvwtored to him and h
could walk and Jump sntlrely fro from
Pn. Mr. Duncan, who was treatwl
Wednesday night, also appeared on tha
stage, walking and Jumping without hi
The medicines are sold dally at Reno,
offlc at th Occident hot, whr ad
vice and Instructions ar given fra. Other
diseases, such ns paralysis, fits, catarrh,
ple. nervousness, dyspepsia, liver kid
ney, blood and stomach, ar cured Juit aa
I quickly and succe.sfully aa rheumatism,
j Quick special treatment for dlieaaea of
man and nllmnnts peculiar to suffering"
women. Offlc hours from 10 a. m. to.
I p. m.
Mm tle to Order
At lti.oiiHble Prices.
420 Commercial Street.
M'J Ciimnirrciii! ritreet
Neit tn MmliHon's Cigar btau?
Also sll I lirlo v J-
fj lU'ANK. .Ptltt cut Iu two.