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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, 1TKSIUY MORMXO, JAMUAKY 4. I88.
lUIn tor snow.
Talents fur nmrpin fit
Ai humor, hediitr, sense and -wlr.
Try SchllUnt'i Best tea and baking powder,
Rot Scotch and hot Torn and Jerry
at tha Office.
Mr. Piter Grnwt ar.d family returned to
Groceries at the lowest prices at tb
Pacific Grocery Co.
Bicycle and repair shop at Ifl Ninth
Street Charge reasonable.
Hurry Fhilllps. of lhe Occident,
been n rortend the pact few days.
Our price, are the lowest In the city.
Call and s us. Pacifle Grocery Go.
Ask for aample of Chase Sanborn's
famous teas, at Rom, HITr n. A Co. 'a.
A ner store bulMing be eonstruoteo
across tt ere. from Kopp'e brewery.
Umbrellas covered and repaired by
practical workman, at IS Ninth street.
In the polk1 court yesterday John Poe
forfeited . for committing a nuisance
on tha irtreet.
P. J. Meany, the leading merchant
tailor, 137 Tenth St. The highest price
paid for fur .Una.
Mr. i. T. Ross In Portland in attend
ance upon the prand jury of the I'nlteu
Statu district cvurt.
Dr. Bishop baa removed his office and
rooms to K3 Commercial street, ore? the
Co-oreratlre Grocery Co.
Miss Lu and Mi Jo A'len. of Port
land, are visiting with their aunt, Mrs.
H. G. Van Dusen, of this city.
Sir. C. J. Curtis took uhe oath of office
as assistant prosecuting attorney before
County Clerk Dunbar yesterday.
New crop dried fruits, new crop raisins,
flg and assorted nuts ail extxra fine
quality, at Ross, Hlgglns tt Co.
W. J. Heckard creamery butter received
Wednesdays and Saturday at the Par.
lor. Aso sweet cream every dir.
The ladles of ttoe Congregational church
are arrramring for a sale of Easter ner
eltfe. Further lnnouncetneits later.
Aotorney John Toung- has been appoint
ed referee by Che county court for all re
ceivers and assignees n Clatsop county.
It' a doctor's business to study bea; lb.
Doctors oonfldenUy recommend HARP
ER Whiskey. Sold by Foard & Stokes
Charles Meserve, ltv of the Oregon Oily
Knternrtsc, la n he city. Mr. Mererv
Is reported to have made arrangement
for the purvhuw of the Pom land Tribune.
NOTICE: The public should rem.m.
ber that there Is but one Original alr
tlghth. Queen heater In the market, and
that Fisher Brosx are the eiom.lv Ac
sort - agents.
Sheriff Hare eMwHy sold the vkn.a
tk n jnd cl Um of K. Hcrtimn for JlisS ro
wnit'y a juvU.-meiu ixvlertAl In favor ol
riira IVtirson. The property w as houvtu
n by the plaintiff.
Comuctor jiwicr is pusning work on
the stnwncr -lier. now on the Astoria
Iron Works" wtiys at the foot of Ftfm
eiroei. Vtei tlnlMtwvl she will be pr.tc
tically a nc' b.t.
Mayor nervmun honored by an In.
UKuml bl Uut nlht In Soomt ha'. by
the resident of rmontown. There was a
Unce croMil ire(nt iwid the diincem en
joyol thcn;selvea until early morning.
If you bave hdt wool, furs, ratrs.
bone, or any kind of Junk for sale, ship
It to R. M. IT.oton, U Fourteenth street,
Astoria, Oremn. or write Mm and he
w.U call t your place and set It. He
Lanrest and most complete assortment
of alr-tlfrht heaters In the city. All the
kinds advertised In this paper may be
seea and compared at our store, thea
your selection will be satisfactory to you,
Foard ft Stokes Co.
Share of tne Alaska Transportation
and IVvefcvmettt Company of Chicago
are the moss desirable Investment before
the puhJIc. Safer than savings banks and
bRnk stock. Paying large dividends.
Shares one dollar. For Information art.
dree W. T TVKflev. genernl agent. Hal.
Vr building. Seattle. Wash.
The Rverkk bolns cib w.le
jA-ake In Its methovb anil I determined to
emxKiraw Its many patron a cinNum
stances will a.lmft. For the werk dating
from January 4, rw3 rle will be . vapt
d to the best bowlers. The tl-t p.-ixe
ill be tS or its e.iilvien; in mls at any
store In t n; ec-nd prie C Si In nxfn
Mmbera at Che Pfoncr and Hlstonra
S.-clety of Oregon are reqnestxl to atteml
rtw funenil of Mrs. Rachel Mylar Kin. I
dretl at the i:sj( Pr"hyter;an chun-h'
on Wednesday. January 5. IS1 The 10
a. m. SeoseJe train win take friend. to
the Kimlrwl home and frn there to the
church, returning at 3 p. m. J. H. l.
Gray. preK. P. Jt H. Society.
Amlitor Kutner. f the A. & C. R. R.
R. returned firm Portland Sunday. Mr.
Keuttner la tl Buffering from slight In-
Jurtee about the legs in the recent aecl
dVnt to the Bailey G.tiert at Portland.
Mrs. Keuttner is still in the hospital In
Portland, and w4iil her Injuries are more
serious and ittinful rhun were at tin: sup.
powd. it js tmr that her ultlmare re
covery will he but a matter of a s?ior
Tor all ,f w hlvto wl pay you W cents
pr pound, ami If you can't do it for that
we will jxvy "5 wits, but we will wmn
It by rV Hist of Mrh, February Wte
iH'st month lio ome iKtwn the ilwr on lhe
ce. Thw .will bo a goo.1 trail all th.
way, s there are hundred. of pivpe
going out wl votntng lit thu winter.
Tt . . , , . .
nine ik gruo uowh tlte riv.r, hut w
can't leave our work to go after It
If you ctnn n you can it ml our camp
from the direoilo-a 1 have uiven uivl It
you Ow'i tlnd me . cximi 1 will l , therefoj prepare to n-.
piasHvmg and I want you to wall tor ,",JV' ,,,,, ,"'Hr "Vl,,,",
tContlnurd from First Page.)
my return before )hi ih anything, und 1
will st-oure. you & gwd clal n in a i via Ins
iusirct, ttio of the bet mncis leie Is
going with mft He has spent eighteen
I rxvrvt to wnfent that I lack Mw grace..
of a t,'h"t.rtlel and Wte e:tiueiHe if a
iHmhufchiMes, bill iwlih r w-operaton
and the aselstuiKv of the timiiy "ihgnlfliM
montlMi up thowuiM sa.i ft s Ktter than ml l,""r",'J" l'H-'ns, w!h are ever ready
the Klotklike VHstrtct. This a a.'ctt
nhat you onuft keep from every cne until
we have our claims secured.
Atut the ixissee lhe Vht. am Is
way head f the Uyeii n winter. 1 have
talked with nien here that have come
that way In w inter, with 1SH0 iHwitule) 'to
a tnan iumI reachM Taish lake In two
weeks from Skgy. From thera a
the wxy to our camp f on the ce, except
aboit four miles, but all good l.M.lUig
Answer Immediately and direct as fol
lows. Yours, etc..
J. AV. Sl'Rl'lti'SX AT.
uawson, Kitlifh X. ., via I'veu.
T"ts is HtriMti; rvonmini l.uion ror
Mr. Unvllle. The fa.t that Mr. Super.
najK H't htm as t.'t' best iikui he can
tthl to sucw.fu;iy aumtount ihe dlltt
mliksi 4 getting In ha u'll's at this
thue .' the year, Ii)as that I.nvUle
mtn have mude a good i.void when then
last exmxner. Sui.-riiaiit has doubil.ss
Iwv-ame acraiiutU l:h the work ot
many different ivuktrs sioe p-aviim Ae-
torta. aiui ai,. fact that he ml clear
Uu k hiv fr ait Aslivi.i man Is a ciMlt
to borh, IJnvill,. and io tns town.
N1 MiWKV fU II ATCMKIUKS
j rcntary tioidtm. of the t'l-amh-T ot
iviii.t.', has received the fonwing et.
. t r from :he 1'nlu.l Sun.- Kl-h Cim
Mhssj Laura Gray and Mss Miy Tt
tinger returned to Monmouth Sunday
nltit to resume their studies at the Mate
Plum pudding-, cranberries, sweet cider
nd a large line of other seasonable
tap'. and fancy groceries at Ross, Hlg
gins ft Co.
Slegfrcd Young, who had be.i visiting
Ws parents during uhe holidays, has re
turned to resume his studies at the l'i
venstty of Oregon.
Paul Andrea Wabke, a native of Ger.
many, and Charles Lal'.y, a native ol
Russia, were granted citizens pa.p?rs yes
terday in the county cou:-t.
The management of the Riverside bowl.
in- sjtejTs is oound that no stone shall
be left unturned to afford the public
amusement at its headquarter5!.
ine new meeting room of the A. P.
C. A., in the tear of the exposition hall
is being cleaned up and papered and wTfl
nortly be ready for occupancy.
ut tioe oauin et al vs. How?l &
Aard was net for triat yesterday by
Judge McBrlde on Fljruary 1, to wich
time the prtent term was adjoarned.
The Astoria Planing mill Is turning ou:
a more front for Ross. Higglus 4 Co.
ur int-ir propo.ei Kagway more. It win
be shipped on the next trip of the Eldw
Audley Grata? came in from the Neha-
lem yiesterday and reports that the bridge
beyond the summit is down, owing to sev.
era! trees blw-ti arrant it in the jate
For Bread Alone
You canno; live wi'ho'Jt bread, but you
caniUJt live 1y br?ad nlon?. You must
have variety. You can't have good meal
with ordinary or infrjor supplier. You
irfed the bM gTHc?.-.s to make your din
ner the tractive mea, you want it to
be. You can get great variety and btat
quality .meats and groceries at
ROSS, HI GO INS & CO.
G-orge D. Goodhue, editor of tfe Oregon
yUry Journal, arrived in the cjty yee-
leruay arnj wiij awara prizes on tne pouu
trj" exhibit on Bond streeit. Mr. Goodhue
brought "with him 31 fowls frvrn the Wil
lamette valley, oMnt.ed of Lang.'ihans,
PI,mouth Ror-k and American Wonders,
and 20 more .will anrlw on the afternoon
boat from Portlind today. Thwe fowls
will not enter into competition wlth tho-e
of Clanop county.
Evangelist Geo. Rubert Cuinn prmuw
two splendid s?rmon5 ai he Baptist
chunfc on Sunday Iswt. The evening con.
gresatlon filled the tiouse and appeared to
be intensely lntert-d. Mr. Cairns nas
evidently loet none of nut power since h
visit h- six yn ago. He will prefli
each evening of this wek, Satunlay ex-
(ef teij; tl services besjlnnlng' rrompcjy
at 7:39. Everyboay in Invi'ed to come ano
to come early tfuit thay may secure a
good seat. Hie hymns to be ung will
lie from GospH Hymns No. 5.
Tht Britrth hp Ly-lgate, Captain Ken-
non, 41 da- from Yokohama, sailed into
the hartK)r 'with Pilot Tattoo on boara
Sunday night. Captain Kennlson states
that he experienced northwesterly galee
coming across and had comparatively a
good p'i.weg until he reached the const
where he run Into heavy southeasterly
Ka.es. He says he was 33 days lo tne
mouth of the Coumtila river, and was
days outside waiting for a tug to bring
him in. He reax'hed up close to the i.iouth
of the river thre llffejrfnt times before
m.ering and such time failed to find a tug
Pilot Tatton went m board from the pilot
schooner San Jose and sailed the stilp
in ovr the bar Suniay night. The Lvl
gate cjm--s to thb ijort without a charter.
CommsHion of FisH hnd Flth.rVw
W.uWngt.m, n, i., i,v. '. lSSC.
Mr. t,. f. ItoKIen, Secretary Astoria
t'hanilHT of tvtimerc, Astoria. Oregon
Isar Sir: I have rh honor to ackn.vv.
edge the rv.i of your letter of Ie'et,
ner inm. tro m 1 it i n a ity or a reso
lution adopted by th Astoria Thainb.
or i unimttiv on i-omtxr 14th, 1T. n
reference to the wtublshmi nt of hafll-
erie on tne t xiumiMa river for the pro.
pa Kit ion ur tl-oicks. steelheads. stur.
geor. a.id smelt.
in response, you are advised that th
C anmbulon iwill tie !..! ei I to co-o-raie
winn your boartl. and wlh rte state flh
commission; but that Kie means at ou-
dsral at ires(nt will not p-rmt of oui
undertaking the establishment of hatch.
eres. At the iiiit of Hon. Georye D.
Mi-Gulre, Mr Hirtibanl, the sup -rintend
ent or the tiackama etatlon h.w been
out1iorixd to 1-ate a site for lhe pro
p.'gatlon of stw-ihcvl and sturgeon.
j. J. wkii. r.. c ommissioner.
lo display iholr grst advamtacx-s. 1 have
no dmibt tmt thu every vt-mor to our fair
otiy will ts pnperly irealiM; urn In nil
seriousness, g'll.'iiicn, ihe best reception
e can glvw to 'itic cuptlall't an. I thi
hmte,'ker l u frmr.iil admit Istmtlon
aiM low lnxutoti.
In conclusion, 1 wWh to assure you, tny
f'ow cltlieiis, that la your every effort
for the public w eal. ai may aver conn I
on my eo- ration aaol frtenp. rhe
people now have confidence In your in.
tirl:y ami ability and I txlicve fiat theli
confidence Is well aced. 1 us vr
friendly, lv Us le rnrefu) mhl (et us hi
economical. lKiilly Is ,i,Hiralle. but
l t us ncl get R Vllgitltlisl that we would
not know ih.iscHih or forget the greai
common .s.ple .vhl.. votes and frlenu
:f.p we o anxiously solliltl on evuon
Let us U true lo ourselves and Irue to
iVe people i.nd as certain an lhe brlisht
dawn fo!,ns starh uliihts, JimI mi cer.
tala vll we ilu 1 our incleiic' ewy al
lhe c.int. ui.iton .r duty w. I , rforni. .
A ciuuiiuiiK.i:'it vnr rad fmm it,
I!. l. defeated iii; IMaie fcr city survey, r.
In regard to the eligibility of I. K. H-'iK-man.
l'i.' u.'cc(ii cm II I ue. ir !! li
(halite! thu t lle;knian was not u ciinj
if (tie Vnlt.il Sta'-n und called Ihe iit'i i!.
rlon of the oun. l to wci,m 9 of tli c'y
On moticii tlii iMiiiniuiiit uiloii a ,r.
deKsl placiM i m fic.
li was then moved ami . cond. .l that
Pile matter Is- referral to Attorney Aen
fVir an oitiKm tmt Mr. Allen explained
that he did mt waut to give an opinion
on the subvt, ax It mm a case which
Mr. Bel should d-s-lde by Instituting .pio
warr.uitu prs-il(iiKS. or one n which thr
i-uuncll could decide by not riv u;niiiig
Mr. Ibskn.mi until he produced clai -n
, i-s.)lutfon was Jti! rchn i d that all t eg.
ular uiitr's of the council n future
stxiuld be lie. on the tlrst and third
Thursd.i.yw of iti'-h month at 7 :a . in.
n motion the r-uUim 'was ailoitti-il.
It was then announced thai the b.tts
of Uie new city otflceri had been ex
amined and 4ruV'l. The ijuiici ilv t- -usin
Our Annual Sale
COMMENCES MONDAY. JAN. 3
1 HI. Iliy Ihki Mil sisllnly lio goods
will bo kImi'smI at i Hidnw
finin ili.i country will n'sve Hie nuns
beiielll M if b.nmhl jieionaly l i lis
couuier, 1ail insli imM accompany nulu.
EVERY ARTICLE IN THE HOUSE REDUCED
THIS IS THE GREATEST OFFERING
DURING THE YEAR IN
Fine Dry Goods, Clothing,
Furnishinir Goods, Elc.
THAT IS PLACED BEFORE THE PEOPLE OF CLATSOP
COUNTY AND THE LOWER COLUMBIA.
0 Itifr t tn.m.fiurv'ji rr"tili,tUntf we
uri not KiWrtl to Ut- rlv (ini
IOxmIm i At) pil. v: V. V, ri))lttri :iiul
l'.ttt n. Smtil SIK rt'ul ('otlint ml
Ink" und H'iI-Nt h-).
C. H. Cooper
The Leading Dry Goods and Clothing House.
in. n(s lo Kao
I'hliia. . we a
tiNities law nor
'ti.Mi iMitiavwi cxM Hi j
li a iiiimtrles Wither ;
it!'!! can eiilirely sup. j
prss crime anvAliere Iti the .world. There
are pic.m n - -i v imin'ry w1se liw. novetles, books tal ini-ry
1,-.ne.s alsnuul- and to such u place "n nslrumil of ill k:il.
Tits entire stock of b skI In the N'e
York NVivetty Store, coasting of li,.l.U)
bok sut Mif-ry and imi. at
III bo closed
CIKCCIT OU KT.
Jonn Dragolicli vs. Frl Wtckman; mo
tion for new trial overrue.i and allowed
SO days) to file bjll of exceptions on lind
Ictor Sandersiin -. Mary Samb-rson
decrea of divorce f.r def-iulant and costs
Hiram Gray et al vs. W. (5 ilowt-ll
oree as praye.1 for.
itene, aiaione vs. James .lonsen; mme
5eo. F. Gund vs. ll.-rm.ui Wise; rt-t
tied ami dssmissev
lavd KeeYe vs. School Iiiii, No. 1
a)loation to amend complaint argjefl
O. Hendtickson vs. Hlnman Tnici I.ano
Comiwiny; "fcx'ree for pUlntiff In error
and allowed 311 days to file Mil uf ex
Vrane iomixiny vs. Columbia Iron
Works; default nn.1 decr
D. K. arren t al vs. rhrls Gramme
et al: decree foreclosing en on building
and eaxeud Initerews.
LKTTBR FROM DAW80.V.
The following letter, written by Mr JO-
ph Surprenant to Mr. Thomas Lrrvile.
irl rw-Mived on Jartt Sunday, w'il te ol
liit...--ji to all A.r.iian?:
iJaw.-on f'jty. u. .V. W., Vov. 1, 197.
Von have uu lo ircJiy heard how nicely
we .-lrnved here, j.r J won': refpeit ihe
tory, e have t..k-n 'wo lays on ilo
nar.z.i euiim N'o. ,7 V'lor, and have our
h.jh-e V.iit and ar- iiriklnsf holtH to find
l'i V M'r-ak. whjeh will probxbly take
about t.vo W"k: more to find. Unfll
tiK-ti ,)( kr,r,x uiiat we are making.
We t oti.-.hair of all -v- find.
Thf are all h'n-ful, aiwl (Vt-11.
"'lintor, and Al have iu-it compp-t-il 'heir
'''in and m av.-1 up: they are about
iirnteen mile, from us Vse Is wotklrg
on v. ifa.ne. Ktf.,ilni .s gon out as soon
an the Yukon fr.iez.-s. which will be in
bout ten liawi.
The two ;r!fflt!is. w-,h Connor, l ave
gone down the rjv. r whMi-e ihe te-i.mers
u- froz; In tu "et arjb.
Crillt ami young .vin y arrived lust we. k
ery rficrt of :r'ib. Old man fiovey 1?
ing nothing bat ha-t grub enough lo
jerry 'him over.
Humphrey iuid le -pae are here 6Vng
nothing. All the other Astonans are on
We would like to have you come In and
fetch vm the following: 900 ltjs flour; m
lbs rice, 100 lbs oa'anii), 100 lbs "Oried
ueaiihta, 1 box magic yeartt, 1 Ikix can
dles, S lbs Climax, 8 lbs T. & B. tobaoeo.
IN OLDEN TIMES
People, overlooked the importance ot per.
nmnently beneficial effects and were sat-
lsfiod -wtth trunuient action; but now it
Is generally known theft Syrup of Figs will
permanently overcome habitual conatlpa.
tkn, -well-Informed people will not buy
other laxatives, which act for a time, but
finally Injure the system. Buy the gen a.
ine, made by tha California Pit Syrup
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has this day been appointed as
signee of Robeccah Strauss, an Insolvent
debtor. Creditors of the said assignor are
hereby notified to present their claims
under oath to the undersigned within
three months from this date at his place
of business at No. 575 Commercial street.
Dated this eleventh day of September,
1897. N. SCHLTJS3EL,
Assignee of Rebercah Strauss, an Insol
THK O. It. & X. F"lt ASTORIA.
A Dig Raranl I'omUuatlon n I'ourse
IVrtiais!, Or.. Jan. I .-tp.-a to the
Astorkin.) llef-rrlng to the article n to
day's Oregotian in regard lo lhe cjtton
and (oUtivo Inbis'rl-s lxng pu.ihel In
BaH.'ern On-guti by 'he O. It. X. i'o., a
prominent ittl. U if ttial ronipiuiy said
lonlglit tlkal they niU-ht do much for
Clatsop i-ounty in the w.iv of fost'irlng
llax. Nugur 1s-t and ma iy other iisbw
tres. "The O. It. & X. s for Onvon
Is willing ami ready to help any portion
of the state in any way it can."
Ft. W. Baxter, gen-vil iig.-n: of h Vn
on Pacific, mill for the ewt Wed
tii-s-lay to i-onfer wllh the new prisld-nt
II. . Hurt, and otii-r- ottl -I lis. regarding
ir.-;on busln-sss. Amongst otlur mattery
to be taken op are iffalri In Asl irla and
flutnop county. It s recognined rhr.r
revolution In Misln-ss Is about to take
pla-e here. The Morgan -Vamlertillt re-m
bi nail on M the stroigest railroad cixnt-l
na!in in thewor 1 and no'.v has a throucn
line from the A'lnntlc to the Pa 'the
bl h it Is proposed !o d -v -Hop.
WTa.t would bo thoo;ft of tlie scheme
u consolidate ail of lhe r.uri-uls wsl ot
Huntington, Hpikane and the f'asi-ades
Into one grand terminal lln- or belt rail
way under one m.unugement. s -rvng all
eastern lines alike?" sad a rmniiit
railro.ui ufflial tonight. "Yet wuoh H the
plan for the n'r future."
The Bowers 'Dredging Company Is com
pleting the largest iir-dger on ihe coam
which -will be used by the pott of port-
lajI In imaklng a 30-?oot channel from
here to Ajatoria.
Il In estimuiu-d tht lhe Korullke rush
will disable tho population on this coast
this Meuson, ami the inosit encouragir.g
biiKlrnxs In ten years is now n slgiht.
Siuin Tung the Oerinin ntlt4loii.ui--s d--teruiu..
to ko, W-ivip-.g iSut the n.
vuders th"m.--H x.re often vp-t Ima of
" Tnftirtunaieiv I'f-.l.'i hss n.d el r.
iin.nil fmm the irT-"s of the late war.
arsi the country re-pain s a periti-l of pea
lo ivirrv out the -oik of reform lately
lvun. Of (at-- years ft.im in ru-t),Mi and
olMi-rvatltin. the i 'mi have c une o
regard ttie iiMintr- of ttie We. tern
world ns mist--ls un.l - i :i greii-r In Jtif.
ties Than in arms
" It right 'to oppn-es us while we
are struggling to emetite from Ihe re.
strain!:! of our an- I. nt civilisation hle
Irnprm-enw-nt srl prt,-n steinltly eon
tlliuet SImhiH I " 1 1 i 1 .1 lie distressed tJP
having her 4h.irii -lnal.-t nisi her tr.
rll-try s-cuplsl li-caik-e of .m o-,Mtrrefice
w-iil.1i Western -ountr!eTS nid deitl witn
by law and ins Py war --an unexpe.-i-,l
(iv her. doplop-d b niv governnietit aim
follow.! by full red't-s
" onr .bvsre Is to t-r- rve ,ir it.rrliory
Intibct iiiel to steadily improve us a
hl n-n to ull -.mi i in s niiially f r in.
dmi-topnii nt of commerce."
jut rmardlrss of out by Ilia assignee
jt "a u i'kk i .v i. h i:mi; xn-rii'i:
oti e la h-i.l-y gtv.-n that all d" l-i-iis.
I ,r i,,,r .-inll'Hi I'ec. -iil-. r 31,
under the provision of oidiiiamr
WORM A X VS AO W.1 ESS IOI X.
Interview -With la Hong ''hmg on IP-r
1'nJiiHr lnv-jjo:i of China.
6( COMMERCIAL STRKtT
New York. Jan. 3. -The Herald savs:
fids Interview- Is prutx-tol by copy-
right, and all rights of reproduction until
tev hours a.fter Ha ni!il--nlon In (he
H'-rapl are r,.:iorve.I,
I'l-king, .Ian. 1. According 'to Irvstruc
t-ions ri-ivl from the II .raid, I re
'punted an nerveW- wrh I, Hung Ch.ing
nl Inforrniil him that the .Ww York
Hi raid offend the pnll l of it column
for iny st.i.tem..n( iha.t China desires lo
make 'to the Western "World In restus-t to
th- actual r-rtsls In tho Knst.
"The great ettatunnnn replletl 'that China
-vaa anxious that th- Western ii.plc
fhoi!d understand thoroughy matters af
rh-iy iv re. Ills excellency's views are
gv-n herewith In the following- Intervl
whr h he approved:
The forcible onr-upatlon of Kao Chou
by 'iermany l. a direct violation of ex-
luting lreit- and of International law
The pretext mn-Ie for tills a' t of war
wjr (Me murder of two .missionaries by
robin rs In the nterir of the procln'-e ot
Hhing TilflK. T)l Chines irovemment
,ff.-red imme-Hale and fiill rolTOe for
this outrage, piinMiment of t.v criminals,
Cniisna of the ls a off! ilap and large
compensation f'r a loss.-.
Anxloiii to avoid h-n,. ,-ict.s, the
Chlnwe trooi were wthIraiwn from Kao
C51iou -whon the Ofrmiana and-d atel de.
spile strong public feeling prevailing
Bhroughout Wsb country for the d-fensi
of tTipjene b;rrltry aainl agression.
my government hasi not m-nt r.lnforce-
i't iti:.v.vs last i:i--i--iii:t
'.i I VI.
mg i.b '
i.d all ti-.uu, bllllai4!. stol Imih,. ;
ih.sitet pawnbroker, not -. !
d-Itar. Ianudr' and rthr ipiar-
tclil II. dirt i leiti s M il h II IVl illlfl-l I
Ltie pi ol p-ll. uf IK' lltuia, a IP, arr j
Ilia due and alVel)r t-i the chief of o. J
l.e, at h otl,v nd If no( pM ulthtnj
ten .la fniiii l'ie rlnul iiililciilou of Ihw
in it I. e. in Mil Within ten davs from j
IVl'biv laiiiiniv It. IV a peiutHy of a
lrr i-i-ut wtl aitbs to mi h licenses j
II K NKIiV. '
Aishlor ami Police Iielg" I
Astoria, iirnnn, Juminry I, I I
SCHOOI. OK HPdOKHTIVE
San Kruiii -s i,
the apl of 'ie r
tmk Judge Morrn.v
orMis. 'WIlilli. tilia.
lluild wl 1,e M-t-,'.-.
he WJI) be liidin t
n-iirleve until all :h-
an 1 - Th -odore Iur
II ugain sc.-it lo obtain
len onrts and wil
for i rli of liiihss.s
li-ital irtiti-sl s being
ipp.i t.i Hovei nor
t d In the hope that
to gianil !urraii n
l-'ga points at Ismie
have beer, fii v- determined. In case H
efforts to ive liiirrint fall. -vhlch Is ex.
M-ctiil. 1is fwh.T will be nt the foot ot
tne gaKw lo hoar hi son hist word
tuul to wftn- hi., d-.itn. Mrs. Durrani
will lie iwth h.-r son lo thm half an
hour before ihe end. She jv not witness
the cptilng sce:i -s.
Established for ths Treatment of all 1
Function! asd Nervous Disease.
NEirRALOlA and RHEUMATISM, j
Asthma, Obstinate Constipation, Dyspsp.
i k r .a. aI. i..n.i. ua.Hji.
I - , . ,1 . a iipuiiiim, iii.iiwuiHi, I
I Moniaruai ana sexual pisorflers, Nervous
Prostration, Pa-alyais, Stammering, St.
Vitus' Dance. Vicious Habits and DHUO
ITARITS (tobacco, alcohol, morphine and
cocaine), surceasfully treated,
j Tntsructlon given,
W. I. HOWARD. M. D.
I Medical Director.
WW Commercial Street.
More Cures! More Excite
ment! More Praise for
the Reno Remedies.
AllntlltT l.air I'liiUil ,ssp,l,.,l
ill l'i-ln r's ( iu liiMlniisi Jin Wit-
lir.-s t In Sti idid li llHdl'tllltioll
uf ilu- WuihI. ritil Ufnu I'ri'ttt-
Iill ltl Mr. II .1 I'lillililii;, ,o
r) I, W i lli Hull,,- (,c JI,J,ilfit
Mini iii A -t. niit A Niojit Lnii
lit I'm- l!rliii liil.i-.i i i- t!. lu
ImliilaiiN nt Yi'iir ( 'il v.
RACHEL MYLAR KIXIiHKI).
Sudden Tv-aih on Kumbiy of This .Voted
Mrs. Rachel ..Mylnr Kindred dei nuij.
denly Sumlay aflirn.e.u at her home on
cr-.lsop )laiis, ugi-il 77. .Hut had bis-n
suffering for over thne years from aniir
lm of the rlghi subciaxlan nrtry, and
whji In diuw-r uf ixieMlng away at any
1lm. Hh hiul been viwllliiii her dn-iri
ers. Mis. it, K Mcdulre- and Mrs. WHls
MiKld. utal wln-n a rfliort distance from
the house on her return she fe to the
groiifsl iiKv-nseioiM. i,r. Walker was
Mummon.! immedlii.tely und was soon in
attendance, but she wan Uyond medpal
USl. having i-xpllcd b. fore hi arrlvnj
.wis. nmiino was one of tllie pioneer
'women of Dri-ston and on.- of Ihe iwlei
'tler of Cl.st-sop plains. She was born
In MiidlMon tsiiitrty, Keuiiinky, March 4,
croMsisI tlhe plains n 18H. and ar
rival h.-ni ItecemtMT is, lull. Hhe was a
grs-al-gTanil nine of ianl llofine, (oid
liossessisi th-i courage ami endiirail.e
ehar.u-(erlHl,c. of .-r 1I uy.t rHo'iM ajii-eH(ra
sto, k. Her hurbiLiid and eeven children
survive her. Tiny arc: .liiim-s Klmlred,
of Warnnion; William Klndre.1, of Xorhh
Cove; Henry Klndn-1, of this cly; Mrs.
Henry Fisher, Mrs. Captain llablildge. ,
MrH. Frank Miald, Ii. llt, David lcin
rtred, Mns. Ala t lib-eon, Mrs. R. i;. Jfe.
Wirc, Mrs. WU Mmld. Mrs. Kindred
was nol.-d for )ur lioBpltaJlty and many
of tho old seiners will rcniemher her
many deeds of klndwhs. t'u- family si-t-
tlwl In Clalsop plains w1i.-ri It was cum.
wiratlvcy a wldn ness and her hospital
ity ii ml social dlspoHlMon m.ile Ihe sur
rounding country popular. Aceirlng to
the warning of ber phvnlclan death -vns
hovering over .her for tllie past three
years, isit he roiitabd out a life of use
fulness, the perfection of iipineer woman.
The funeral takes pku-e from Ihe family
rwid'-nce 'We.lneilay, January 6. The
train leaving this city a t 10 a. m. wll met
Out funeral lran at New Astoria, and
tie remalrw iwllj be conwye. to Pioneer
ceirmtery for services anrl interment.
Is all we are asking
an our stock of
Ladies' and GentV
Boots and Shoes
Our goods are warranted.
Hahn & Co.
Also for Medicinal
Private Stock, Cream Rye, Old Hickory,
Pride of Kentucky and Hermitage; Rep.
sold California Brandies.
Carlson's FamilyLIquor Store
108 TWELFTH STREET
of th. pudding Is In the eating,
and th. proof of liquor.
IS IN SAMPLING
That's an argument that's eon.
Our will stand tha tast
Pronounced Inonrabls of rheumatism br
lb. moat celebrated of your tnedloa! prae
tlUoncsm Everything known to alchemy
and chemistry bad been tried and
nlly failed. Reno, ue great foreign
healer, with lhe use of Ileno's Klectrto
Fluid. In II minutes Imparted to Mr.
Planting the use of Ma srms. took away
all Ms stiffness, Inflammation and Urns
nese. and enabled hm to put on and off
hla coat with ease.
Therti also nppm.ed on ths sagn Mr
Olstrotn. city. He has been a crppi. for
years wth rlmumatlsm, suffering grrt
pain, Joints Inflamed and enlarged, limbs
almost useless, unabl. to alenp. H. had
tried ail tli. so-called cures for rheuma.
Ham. but received no txmeflt. The won
derful nono treatment was applied with,
ttia result that In U mlmrtes th. us. of
of limb, svas Ttm4 p, Wm an(1 h,
could walk and jump entirely free frora
pain. Mr. Duncan, who was treated
Wednesday night, atao apiared on the
stage, walking and jumping without his
can. The medicines are sold dally at Reno.,
offices at the OocM.t whw
vie. and Instruction, are given frea Othw
disease. ,eh as i.araly.i,. fits, catarrh,
plies, nervousness, djimepa, liver kid
ney. Wood and slomaeh, r e'url In.i ..
quickly and succe..f,niy nH rheumatism.
Quick special treatment for diseases of
man and ailments peculiar to suffern
women. OfhVa boons fr in .
.v H. III.
M.'l Cnninirroiiil Street
IWt In Mn.lisnn's Clggr Htam
' ! i7J ' 1897-
HUGHES & CO.
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