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THE DAILY AS10RLAN, I'lUIHMUY MOKMKO, JANUARY ft, I8UH.
Rain; tnoilrrW e gnlcs on coaat.
e trust Qod. The blnk interstice
In take for ruins. He wl build into
"Wflh pillared marbles rare, or knit acroes
With gvfnervnis arches til) the fane's com
plete. Ellabh B. Ikvwnlng.
Try "chilling'! Beat tee tat baking poirter.
Onl wanted. Call at T Franklin
Hot Scotch and hot Tom and Jerry
at th Office.
The. CvuVgler.s, of Wallaskl. was
Mr. J. J. Ward, of Skamokawa, was in
the c(ty yesterday.
Mr. Ttitnp Smyth, of Nvr Vork cty. Is
visaing friends n Amor Ik.
Bicycle and repair shop at US Ninth
Hwt Charge reasonable.
The rvguicr meeting of the W. C. T. V.
will be liehl today nt ip. ni.
J. J. Ward, of $kamokawa. called on
hi Aetoria friend yesterday.
The firm feloness mooting of the ne
city council win be held this evening.
Aak for sample of Chase Sanborn's,
famoua tea. at Rosa. Higg.ns Co. 'a.
Fmbrellaa covered and repaired by a
praotloal workman, at IS Ninth street.
It reported toy private letter that on
IVecemtoer 17 four hundred people landed
In Tyea. .
Mr. A. Oppenhetmer. of Ll1 ngstooe 4
Co., San Francisco, was In -he city yes
The merchants thtoughout the- city y
terday reported an increase In business
nd a lively trade.
P. J. Meany, the leading merchant
tailor, 137 Tenth St The highest price
paid for fur tkina.
The Wwt paving on Commercial at the
cravings of Eoch and Ninth streets Is
In deplorable condition.
Dr. Bishop haa removed his office and
rooms to 663 Commercial street, over Mis
Co-operative Grocery Co.
New crop dried frulta, new crop raisins.
oca ana assorted nuts ail eztzra line
quality., at Rosa, Hlggtns & Co.
W. J. Beckard creamery butter received
Wednesdays ana Saturdays at the Far.
lor. Also sweet cream every diy.
HARPER Whiskey s liquid music, bet
tied poetry, ripe, mellow, refreshing and
delk-lcua. Sold by Foard Stokes Co.
LlyhtUP No. V. which has been under
going repairs at the Astoria Iron Wo.-ks
will be fumed over to the Government
The latest map of .Alaska, compiled by
R. A, Haber.oham. ts the best map'yet ex.
tint of that territory and deserves car.
Plum pudding, cranberries, sweet cider
and a larre line of other seasonable
staple and fancy groceries at Ross, Hlg.
Ins A Co.
Alj kind of hard and soft cord wood
for sale att tfhe Wax Shore Wood Tard
Tmlllnger's do-k. J. Abercromble,
prietor. Telephone 45.
Caiitaln Cardiner left at night for New
Tork to bring the new pilot schooner, ike
Joeeph Putttxer, around the horn. It Is
calculalted he can sail her around n 1
The Auto-la Progressive romm-rctal ts-
soclntion n-ill 'hold its .regular weekly
meeting uiis evening alien the new of
ficers will . installed and commtte(i
THe AmoriH. Football club anJ 'he 11
waco AWiletlc club wlB play a return game
of imtnvolt(iae football on Waiing
ton's birthday. The game will be played
at 'th Smith's point ground.
Many chrotue diwasen can be cured by
electricity, more MUi'kly and plf-asantly
tlinn by mediolne aiO!i. Ur. Henderson
ha one of th bt eeari al outfits on
tlw. Pacific ?a. Give hlni a tris'l.
For Bread Alone
II I 1 1 1 L
Wm trfieb, F, 3. Uogens, John U. Mo
Gowmn, Portland; A. Opprnhelnwr, 8n
fVmrtxco; V-ir Rutenhprg, 8t. Paul; R.
lluriam, t"JivM:o; li. H. flouthanl. Qtvum
Kaplila, are rv.jMe.vd t the Ocvld.nt,
Today la he fmst of t!v. Niany, or
tre muiftwtaitiim of OhrjHt to th tn
lllea. There will be a ci-liratlon of the
Holy Communion ,u Grace church a :Jj
a, m., aid evening ptr.yir with sermon
at T iV
T a . . .
"him mu woi, rurs rags.
bone, or any kind of Junk for sale, ship
It to R. M. Onston. 106 Fourteenth street.
Astorm. tirrsvui, or write Nm and he
will call at your place and get It. He
trget and most complete assortment
of air-tight heaters In the city. All the
kinds advertised In this paper may be
seen and compared at our store, then
your selection will be satisfactory to you.
Foard Stokes Co.
Twenty do Uomscs were uken out yes-
terday In the orfl-.-e of Auditor Nelson
1 us" niKiH-T i.ut .diort by a goo,l many
or ihe taxsH- canines jn Astoria, but
a gl m.iny mone wll probably be taken
o.it In tho nt vt tfK Jays,
The O. R. & N. towboat t'klaham-v es-
terd.iy hrHt.-ht Jon the jhlp Palawan
aHl government barge No. V loaded with
gun irriar, for Soarb.rou;h head. The
birse -Tru munclinirty tol across the
bay to the head, where the big mtichtnes
The O. R. X sttuner State of Call
ftmia rrtvd from San Pmnctsoo at
S:9 yesterday morning. b1nc made one
of the nuk-kivt tri on record. There Is
no rough or foggy mmther at the moutn
of th? river -wtuVh olwtrucxa thtwe boon.
whli are as regular as rujlroad trains.
Shares of toe Alaska Transportation
and Development Company of Chicago
are the mo destrable Investment before
the public Safer than savings banks and
oang stock. Paytng large divldenda
Shares one dollar. For information ad
dress W. t Dudley, general agent. Hal
ler building, Seattle, Wash.
The rwad of ad.ltknal transportation
fttcUitiea to Aaka Is dally evlJenyI In
the growing trade wth th-t territory.
Sweral hundred ttKHMind feet of ltanber.
besides large amounts of gerxl mer
chandise are now waiting sMnvnent. Tt is
belhved that on- or t-j oteamers will
soon be pressed into local Astorii w
The Riverside bowllnar club s wde
aiwake In Its methods and Is determined to
encourage its many natrons as crcm-
stan-es will admft. For the week dating
from January 4; tw3 prixes will be'a vard
ed to the bet bowlers. The fi-st pnie
will be 13 or its equivalent In goods at any
store in town: second prie CSO In onsn
Workmen Merday again commences
laying rails on the r.iiln.id m good earn
e. and reached Clifton In rh.
Thi-re to oniy one more soft place to go
thro-jgh and then al will be plain silling.
ah ne shots navt be-jn removed the
bridges we under way. and rail lavini
from Gotole mt is In good ps-osrresi. The
line win be flntahed on time.
Fl'NKUAL OF MKA KrXtVlll,
lrw Number of Friends Fllow the l-
n.n to TTielr list HeMIng I1ce,
The (VitXM-al of Aim. Kiux- Mynr Kn
drl was hM ywteil ty frm the fantny
nwtuence at .-atp, aiai u rbt was
mortnl of this pioneer wvunan was laid
to reet In I'Ioihvt cvtu;er,v, Ktlhiwvd by
large convuiwe of relutlve iuh) frlendg.
TJx rtuwal train this oiy at ll
o'obx-k and many of (the movt vMineni
eltliena an.1 pioneers vi Astoria ntteikled
the futKw, The pa.tor of the prcshy.
torian iurch t t1atp kindly tendered
Ro-.Mr. Short, of tirav K4sxh chur
arsl the friends of Mr. Ktndrel the use
ol his church whye the services were
On the nrrtval of rtte tmln frvm As
bra rhe finrn party boarvhd tne train
the remikins httvlng Nvn Iwrne fron tne
boutw to the tnaln y tho Fort C'anby
life envlng crew. nlre they were tekwi
In ottarge by the poll benrev and rela
tives of ch f-wmly. The otlw m 1 1 hear
ers ,: Wlltnir W. ItaMsbte, Alfrett
S. I1ii1IIk-x. A. T. ltattilm, Marry May,
J.weil Kindred and Wuiiit Kindred.
IKmoniry pallbcurers: U. S. McKwen.
D. K. Warren, A. 'Mnntgumcry, llenlon
Morrison and J. W. Welch.
The following member of the family
of the deceased wev In atendance lit the
funeral. Mr. R. C. KlrnlnM. hiMtmnd ol
the vtecotUM-d; Ciai H.nry Kindred,
and Mr). Ki.lred; 'Mrs. Nancy Fisher,
Mr. Fisher sn.1 four chlhh'n; Mr. Jame.
F. Kindred. 'Mm. KlislriM and nine ih.
dren: MVs. Julia rhdilg'. Mr. Pa.lge
and f"ur child rn: Mr Aiml.i Holt. Mr
Holt ami tiwo chlMren; lr. V. S. Kin-dn-tl.
Mm Klndnl and two children.
Mrs. 'Mathleson and live chll.lren; Mr
Piivid Kindred and Mr. Kiudl; Mr.
R. E. MeOulre. Mr. MctV.iln- arl thre
ehililren; Mrs. Saruh Mihld, Mr. Mudd und
t-o children: Mr C A. May, son-in-law
of deceased and fis'e chljilren: n.4v eight
greit-grand-rhiltrn. makliit; a total of
tixty-fl-e. The only absent m-ntx-rs or
Che family were !r. Mary M'l.l.l ano
Mr. Mudd. of Sptitaw. I
felony, iV.lel (list the oltli-er who ar.
re tor a pasn misdemeanor has rhe
siKiue givuml of ieasonitic snclon 1
would Justify him ut lommmt law In ar
resting for 11 felony nltvady ounmltled.
I'MTIM UTATIVS '.NTKKKrtTIOh.
New Ytwk, Jan. &. r Frye. ds.
euwing tne rcniu u 'stlon with the
VaslttKtn oorrestwid-nt of ji,. World,
"ima ivuntry (a i',uiy Intensletl in
tho situation jn Chn.i. V hiw very
great Itvtercsis there no,v and wll have
much greater In :he futike, hlch would
be do imvcI by t! turtltion of tho em
I'lre. I fancy, h.Aer. that the dlsMiem.
bertnent Hl not oc."u. and It will not
untivM th. jww.w Including the rnted
Elates, reairh an agreement o sh.MY the
territory. While Knsi.wid an. I Jaimn re
IM. t think thvv can N no virilll.vi of
vtouid a su(T.r ! fro it a ptrt'hlon
.sri.l Uki thus than we would from
oik tn hk K KH.ind ind Japan did not
partletimier' was asked.
"We wmd suffer nu-e. because (hat
aould nhwn an atnwuictt of Hlcy l-.
i ween me rotvtirn iHra-e-n and ilwt pecy
oiid be antjgutiiMtii' to this country.
.ur iniuieiH-e sn.m.ii ne use.1 to prevent
me vonsununatlon of the msisir If
Japan and KnglanVI ix.iiiinue :o oppose
the dism.wlei-ii-nt f I'hlna. our mora)
support niusi iiatur.ilv be nlth tluni
Tha sntlrs stock of rwda In the New
York Novelty Store, cotwiilng of holiday
novetlea, book stationery and imii(d
instrimienta of all klnls, will b cloasd
out reaardless of cost by the assignee,
ASTORIA 8CHOOI. OF 8U00KHTIVS
Kstahllshrd for the Treatment of all
Function! asd Nervous Disease.
NS31TRAIA1U and RHEUMATISM,
Asthma, Obstinate Consttpstkm, Dyapep.
la, Hadaeha Insomnia, Molancbolla,
Mentsrual and Sexual Disorders, NervotM
Prostration, Pantlywla, Slaimnerlng, Bt,
VMuV Dance. Vicious Hahtta and DRUO
ITARtTS (tobacco, alcohol, morphine and
cocahie, successfully treated.
W. I. HOWARD, M. D..
8S Commercial Street.
pi'ii-: x siiiHtFr.i.
-More than l plaron
iar: of the i'nli.d
A the regelar monthly me:i ig of th
Colimia River Fishermen'ii Piotciive
union there iw a lare attend inre ot
members present, and th-y discussed the
pnn-cus for the fi-hermen the coming
It is report xl tha: they derlen
that owing to the advance In the price
of twine and the ooor outlook tn h
ealmon mark-t. they soikl not go to
maih expen in preparaljn for n
.xt:es of Incorporation of fhe Kaleva
Mutual FTotcction Insurance a4oclatloi
were nied In the eoun'y clerk's office r
terday. The incorporators are Thomas
Mokko. Jacob Kaukonerj. K. A. Jurva
y. Atrain. rranx Kaukonen. Andrew
Holm, and Thc-mas Turkkala The ob
jects of the aworiatton are ihe mutual
p'jterton and indemnifying of Its mm-
ors agalrwt loss by fire, and Its sour-en. 0f
revenue are the dufa and aiuesmen:s ot
You cannot live wltho-w bread, but you
cannot live by brad alm?. You must
have variety. You can't have good meals
..Iff. .wllt. A a....tl,.-
need the bt grocM. to make your djn.
ner the attractive meal you want it to
be. You can get great variety and best
quality meats and gi-u?eri at
ROSS, HIOGIK3 it CO.
Thi- annunl buwinms mating of the
CongrsraJlr.nal chunft was held last even-
nc- Full and interesting reports from
eviry lrarch of (tH -work -were given and
fflcers electtd for th en.'-uing year. Dur
ing the pas ye;.r it Hurt liifiidaited all Its
arrears ror running -srierws ond hnj.
aifed all but tG of i lrlebtlnes for
the Improvement nnled a year ago.
The pa-stor's salary a- raiFl $100, and
ie church vot to rail- the remainimc
of its irxl-bt-dttHH lx;fore next month.
County Cl-rk Jjr.Uar presented' his
ml annual rtort 10 the county court
terJ;iy affr:i..r.n. The reiort shows
tna.1 .lurlrg th- Llm; Ik monh ,.t IKrt
ihaeitalij- nd.tnji of crw- county wer
11. w.i Total aniyjm rf warren. Antvt-n
1 all funU l:.H'f.M, aiTunts out-
nndine Dm -rnl,-r 31, t.xi.trZ.GO. Tor.U
at in treasurer's hands D--mbf-r 31,
7:il'i.;i. The t..:.d liai,i;iiti.- of the r-ountv
tVH.VZ.W'; r'wurw.'. irK'udng tax
purchases, af.er deducting 5 per cent for
O'jrr'.-. hool roail. u-hl rlitrlct .mri
iiuK-s an-t .Toneu B8ess,n.n.,
(. Md .!i, le:ting an excess rf llablUtl'
1 V'jii the r oi-ipt .jf th.: sp-clal telegram
yesterday morning lij th.- Arttorlan, whlcn
a- iuii.-!iit at i'a o.'ll;.. announcing
the :tpiint.:uert by iln- president of Mr.
iviiii rvn m ..ii.i-ur of ciiRtomii at frns
port, there wag ge-w-ral satisfaction ex
pr. sad by the friends of mat gentleman.
The lion. :. H. Vm-f, Vh present incum
Utit of the olti.-... al-o iirdiratJ his siuis-
inumm at lint' r.3li.-v;,J from the charge
of that di-parttii.-nt of the gov-.-rnment
iiom anit-n tin iv-nrtiffl seversil monihs
a'o and has I,kh ci,ir.i ,y force of
cireuir.taii-,-s ut rotain tur'H now. It was
r.imorxl It nifnt tint the nc-w pjKnte
would make a r.viirl change jn the per
sonnel of the oftV;. placing Mr. F. j.
Park.ir in charg" as d.qnity collector and
Mr. H. i. HmiLh art chief olerk. W:.n
sen yesterday ifternoin, Mr. Fox de-clln-d
10 wtate wliat appointments he
would make, as he had not yet r-celveo
offleiil notification of his appointment.
The county co renuni ners court con
ve.i.d y vterduy m.)rnng.
The riort of the county c!erk and die
treasurer Were read ami ordo-.Nl teferred
tn an expert for examination.
A report wua rcid from A. 8. lirarg.
stating that hn had received bH for re
b!ll''lng the bridge on thi Ksle read
Thebrils we.-e: Ou. Orennel tl"5o. Abrwm
Jumta IliW The bfd of Abr-im Juntta
being nwsonable ;t .wus onl.T.-.! that the
supervisor be authortied to no"ei;t tald
bd ami aw.ird him the corttra'L
It was ordered rtuM a warrant be drawn
In favor of James fusrk for f for re-
ntoving a grave lr nnir Hlg Cre..k
A eommunf'a'lon was retd from A. t..
Johanen stating that it would take $3
to comp-te the road utwveyed up Benske
Icreek to have t fit for uravei. ami re
questing assitarnw to oten same. Or
dered that lite supervlwr Purnfh the olrrk
mfth a ikst of petion-ra. eaiih to con.
li-foote one day's work to op-n the road
OYEP.UXIKEI) It OKKC.ONIAN.
An.her Iiifnlew With I. Soils I'ohen
On Astoria's Future.
Wall Street Journal.
I'htlad-liHhia Sp-.-.-Jal-Mr. D. Soils t'o-
hen. a pniminent attorney of Portland.
Or., -ho has been .1 resident of that city
for the past 2" years. in Philadelphia
on a business trip, lie ruys:
"People In '.he Kast npiwirently lo not
appreciate the grpvU change that has taken
place in the Northwest during the past
rew month. The Northern Pacific Is to.
lay handling an ltnnunju amount of busi
ness not tthH-anilng that not mo:e than
about one-third of the wheat crop Tas
been moved. The Klondike craze has
been a veritable boom for "lie North nt
country ar-d han r suited In a uqlckmlng
of all kinds of business enterprises. Sev.
tn-e-lgrnhs of the ICIon-llke raffic has gone
over the NtorthiTn Pacific. whl"h W the
fHreet route to Seattle. It s estimated
that at leaHt ai.ODO people have pissed
through Stsietle during the piuM few
months lroute to tne Klomlike and the
average expenditune of each trsn plac
nlg it at the lowest posible eminiate t as
been SIM. making a tot d of Vl.Orsi.OOO. This
hae all gone Into Seattle.
'The Northern Paoifl? ie behind a ruii
heijng bult from Ooble on the line of the
company, to Astoria. This rond. when
completed, will be a great feeder for the
Northern pacific, and grain for export,
which is now tak -n to Portland and load
ed In vew-ls alt that ort wll go to As
toria, -which as on the Pacific coaiit. The
Northern Pacific will get a longer haul on
this traffic, and ve'?ls Instead of loading
at PontUind, an at present, will load at
AHtoria. 'theTby saving hwavy pilot
churgm and a dlstniy?v of W mlp. The
value of the whent shipped from Oregon
and Warthfington thl year Ih K2.0'y).i)'i,
and I am told tha nearly two-thinks ol
the crop s etlll in the han Jn of the farm
ers. The higher inces for wheat will re
sult In tJwr at.-fjise next year b.-lng In-
rijwl fully one-third. arl hTl ;h
iinM now being handle by rho North.
ern PaMflc is considered eiurmo m, Ijuts
re in 1S98 will !e far ahead of ISfi".
"Another circumtanco which s p irn
not fully appr.-ehiited by people n the
tvaxt, to the fiv-t that farm lands tha
were a few mon'-h.s ago h-avy mort
gsiged, have been cleared, an.1 f imr-rs
are now in a position to impend money
for luxuries, when-M a short time au-o
Uiey were barely nble to provide actual
New York, .l.in
shiMteM from all
Ma'es an I t".!!!!!! ll pirtlcipu,. n the
grand Am -re 1.1 h indic iii t) bj Ic l l at
KlkeKl pjik. I. in j lliai.cli early ii
Mart h. The entries do n-.t clo. f-r s.u,
i-.-i.-s .m uaunt nave r.cen
nvelwl hl -h Indl.Ules h- V.e..rfl
h!..r.st tha; Is heitiK t iken by the fai.i
ln Mho.j of A n m i. 1 In th
r.. ... ..in 1 . numerous ,m.t
the average . Ill -( n h :n. r than at my
Si.at over hel l n ti,i rotint.y
r.iiro;w ,nu I x at Mnn, I'.lrlo
ru.t ex.epiej. ;.as, y,.ir h.- Ani i ca.t
han.ll.Mp iaile ,.ut m .1 -..ei, anu
than evr aseml.l,sl u: Mont.- .''arl 1, and
l to the ronn:ilc success if this
alTal- th.w ;!i(. lirr.-it , : Sp..i ;ng A0.
cl.ilon attributes the r.val of nter.Kt
in n. ani i-.av pigeon tnootliu In all
IMrts of the conn try.
Ul'AltTKItUY I.li'KVSi: NOTICK.
Notice Is hemby glvni that nl .log .
censtsi Mr the yir ending lvember 51
1(51 under the provisions of ordinance
No, ISM. and all mull, bllllanl. xw, Isiw)
lug nli y, thisiters, 4wn nbroker, hotel.
ruiitw, tx'.l.lhir. laundry uttd other quar
terly llceiM S ending March SI. lKit, under
the prov-ns of or linnn. e No, , nrt
nw due and puyrble lo th chief of pe,
lci at h o'fkv, and If not wM wlthtn
ten ikiys from the final pul.U'aton of thw
notice, to lt.: Within ten days from
Fi'l.hiy. January II. I:' a penalty of S
per cent ll added to is-h lionises,
fl F NKtXON,
Aihlltor ami IVIIcs Jvnlg
Asiorln, Orgon, January 4, l.
Is all ar aiklng
on our stock of
TlIK, OKKVFl'rt i'ASK.
Iav A:a'e,-. Jan. S.-ileneml Roseorans
in twiiiiw :a 1 .pi-? fcr nls opinion
ine ir..yii case has gv.n o it the fn-
"The in, if ' ipt.iin Ireyfin s one
iiat aiials to !ho sympathy of every
nierican. . ren .-.irng 0f the m. un.l.r
ini,mrit.u inn 1. ii.vs would certainly do
no harm. e-e he irullty or Innocent, ff
gtiilty. a second c.invi.-il.in would occi-n-tuate
the maj.siy of ihe a mir- f.ne-
Ibly. Ills ,"ilHnt ail iiaJrlotle conduit
when hs rtwerd and insgnlu of his tank
-er torn from him .-ht-n his enten.-e
of disinvsal .'rvm ihe army was Icing
cirrled oxit. his d-voiLw for his country
ni'i iy rus rhrt'rs arhl tre- cry ol
Viva lH Fran.-" In the mllst of this
mi viie of ob.uy ml degradation alumni
10 every loyal .)lder an.1 rriany iki
r-a Imir ih- marks of treison to his
Ladies' and Gents'
Boots and Shoes
Our goods art warranted.
More Cures! More Excite
ment! More Praise for
the Fcno Remedies.
Another Ijirjjo Crowtl Assemble'
at KisherV 0ieraJliiiNe to Wit
ness the Strtiml I ViiioiiNtrtitioii
of tlie Wniiili'il'iil Keno l'reut
ment Mr. 11. J. Planting "Ak
.r l, Went Homo the IIajij.ie
Man in AMoriu A Night I.tuig
to l!e Keiiitiubejeil by tho In
liabitniits of Your t'ilv.
Otissur V. Dotpb. Wohard Nliaa.
lOI.I'll A NIXON,
ATT0KNKY8 AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon, 14, M. W an4 IT,
Hamilton llulldlng. All legal and a4.
Isotlon bualn sa proiinitly attand4 ta,
CUiins against His luvsmiiisnt a spa
tially. DH. JAr TUTTI.B,
I'HYHICIAN AND PUHOEON
Oftloe, rooms 6 and (, Pythian liullda.
MlMj tVimiierclal Ht, llealdsnoa aamK
Acting assistant surgeon U. H. Ma
rin hospital service.
Hahn & Co.
pronouncsd Incirabte of rheumaltam by
tba moat ohratal of your medical prac
titioner Kverythmg known to achamy
and chenilslry had been tried and aag
najly failed. Reno, tha great foreign
healer, with tha use of Iteno's Kleotro
Fluid, In It minutes Imparted to Mr.
Planting the ua of hla arms, took away
all Ms stiffness. Inflammation and lame
nans and ranblrd him to put on and off
hla coat with ease.
There slso appeared on (lis stage Mr
OUtrom, city. Its has been a cripple for
years with, rheumatism, siilTarnsT great
pain, jolnta Inflamed and enlarged, limbs
almost uaeleaa, inaba to sleep. ' had
tried all tha so-called eure for meuma
Hem. but received no benefit. The won
derful Reno treatment was applied with
the result that In W minutes th use of
of limbs was rwtord to Mm and he
could walk and Jump sntlrsly free front
pain. Mr, Punesn, who was treated
Wednestlay night, also appeared on th
stage, walking ami Jumping without hla
Tha medicines r sold dally al Reno's
ofllra at Ih Occident hotel, whsr ad
vie and Instructions ar given fre. Olhar
disease, surh as paralyalt, fl!), catarrh,
piles, nervousneaa, dywpepsia, liver kid.
nay, blood and stomach, ar cured Just as
quickly and aurrnfulty aa rheumatism.
Quick special treatment for disease of
man and ailments peculiar lo sufTsrlng
women, umc nouns rrom id a. m. to
I p. m.
U, A. 0MITH. fV, A
Kooma 1 and t, Pythlao Mulldlnt.
over C. I!. Cooper's alor.
dil a n. rhticii,
PlltBIClAN AND aUHOIDON.
Dpcolal attention to diseases of won
Onto over Danalger star. Astoria,
Tlephona No, U
t. Q A. ROWI.IIT,
ATTORN KY AND COUNBILOR .
Office on llond slreat, Astoria, Ur.
H. T. CROHIlT.
JOHN T. LIOIITKR,
Offtee, uiMialrs, Astortan llulldlng.
C. C. II HOW Kit,
ATTOIiNKT AT LAW.
TEMPI.K I.OIKIK NO. T. A. F. aa4
A. M. Ksgular communleatlont held ea
the first and third Tuesday evening et
eik mo. th.
(1. W. I.OI'NHHKItP Y, W. H
K. C 1IOI.DKN, Secretary
A. V. ALLUN
!l I iriu'irii'i li.i.it .'i-iiila
Cor.Tsnth and Commsrctal street.
1DC TO OIIDER
Thorooiih nrUiii ir,h.:
.vin nanci-i, Jin. "..-The aniinul r.
port of th. p.iewngr busine, of the Pa.
... ...... .i
cine .uiui Mt.immo i o. ..! im.n mm
siih tii. gov-.ini.-nt offlciuk. It su-s
in !icre li travel be, wen this cnurxry
and ih- (irlent shl' h is p!n ni.mnal. Tre
api-tuxtmain number of -overs enr-
re.i tiotli to uml from .'him durlntr the
ir was I-I.oio. w.ueh U an Incnaee of
over zi m-r "ent on the previous ve.ir unt
T vnt .mil., ih.in the r..;mb.r han-
nei pr tne rwresp.Kiding t-rles In the
name jieasi-w of lv..". mil le: ...
ttw niort d.K-s no1 .ii,mxui4i btwo;ii
ecbln iiikI stirarf.- j(n,l n'hlt- and Mon
Rollan pase ri?it, yet . s u fv.t ,!,, ,hs
bulk of the Incr-a.- has been In Ihe cabin
anI rf.nHi.tsof the verv Im-ii cpiss of imir.
THK INSritWCK TAX.
n..n t ran. lc'i, .Jan. Inuranre Com
missioner 'luni- has s-nt a letter to the
agent of al fiir. gn inxuratve comismies
doing tsii-new n ths slate n ngunl to
(tu. a-t of W, nciirinr lire ir.ie..n.
ou-paul'-s not inf oipor ti.-d to iy annu
lly P. each fou-it.. in whl h said com-
t ceniun mon th.. amount earned In
rhe f-ouiny This lax s for Ine benefit
of the tlrem. ,; ,.,.,., fn,, lf) th, yarUiVm
CfMin'ies. Th merl.-m -oiiipnhles pay
tax Lot f.i.f, companies refn.
420 Commercial Street.
N'KTIi'K (F I'MI.IN'i! A't-ll'MKNT
ror ine impr.iv-m. nt of nighth end
K'enth treet. 'r.cn 'irjnl avenue lo
Notice Is her t.y iriNeri tl.at Ihe a-s.e-
ment roll containing (he ss'-lu' amor.
meirt for the impi-e.-.ii. ut of Kgh.h an.1
Hevitith Mlr.-e; frnni 'Irani! avtii.ic to
Hay avenue, kno.vn und diwg:iat d as
"Young Hay Improv.-m nl N'o. I," t.s
tieen filed In the olllcf. f ili(. nudltitr and
lollfe JisUre. and l now .pen fie- Iniper.
tlon. and n II I so r mal i i.pen un:l the
lHrh day of January. Km. pilor to which
time all objislons 'o cunh astessment
toll nnist 1m- fl.l In writing with the an.
Hlor anil ikI "e JuUe.
The nonsml" -e on streids .u.d public
ways, tfsre'her Willi the lesird of
ors or the cty of Asl r!a will niol jn
th fiiis il . hamh r in ih rlty lit, . In
the city of Astoria, on Tue I ly. Januiry
18, SK. ait rtie hour of in a'cl k a. m.. to
revw und eipialiKe s . n as ewinient,
and thereafter report ili.-li uctons to the
Hy order of the -im-non council.
Attent: ( R. VKIJfON.
Auditor ind toli.--.. Judge.
KKiriu, Or.. January C. lWH.
IRON AND STEEL
OROCHRrSS AND provision
FLOUR AND MTLL FEED
PAINTS, 011 AND VARNI8HK8
DOOR3 AND WINDOWS
WAOON8 AND VBinCLBS
Also for Uadlclnal
Prlvat Stock, Cream Rye, Old Hickory,
Pride of Kentucky and Hrm6ig! Keg.
aold California Brandies.
Carlson's FamilyLIquor Store
KM TWELFTH 8TRBBT
ft. I.ouls, Jan. 5. A ruling prreaiiy i
larglng the powers of the police has been
made by the court of .-ippeaVi In the r;
of theStat- vs. V.. 1. Hancock and other.".
The df fondants are police offl'f-rs ar1
were convicted in the court of criminal
cotrectlor. of a:iult and battery In ar
r fnslng for ljtio- xYu- peace without
having Kitn.twl ih- oiT'.-ns., a woman,
"rnder the (oirtinon law." cite? t'h opin
ion, "a Kherlff, constable or police oflp-r
mno arr.t fo a past offonne lower th in
f ny .viiliout a warrant."
Tii rule haj been enlarged so as to
give the poilc - oflice's of St. Tuto power
and authority to mike arrets -olthnnr
warrant for offenyes beow the grade-! of
IN OLDEN TIMES
Peortl nvdrtfw.iin i .
. ,,.., ul iinponance or per.
manenuy beneficial effect, and were sat
imed with tranHient action; but now
i. , - , ..
. o..uitti7 anown cnat Byrup of Figs will
pertnaiici.tiy vercme habitual conatlpa.
uon. weji-inrorined people will not buy
omer laxauves, which act for a time, but
finally Injure the syttem. Buy the genu
ine, made by the California Fig Syrup
ASHIONEE'S NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the under.
signed ha this day been appointed aa.
NOTI' :K. POHBSTEIW.
All ni'-mb'-ri of :he For-ters bslge are
r'f.u.-Htf.d o b. ,-f-((n; nt tho next
meeting lo Ie; h'M on Thursleiy even
ing, lanuary (i. rt illation of ofnc.-rs
will take pla:e afn wtipji a s.Kal wll
'5. 'If.'.VUEftHO.V, fi.cr.-ury.
cha.s. rtiNo, c. n.
On June 20 wheat sold at 3o. It has
since sold at $1.0. Difference, 39c,
or 13.876 on 10.0Y bushels. $100 would havs
made this amount by our system of Joint
Investment account since June 26. Why
not try this system and Increase your
Income? Amounts of 120 and upwards
Our Infnrrration Is of such a character
and from such source aa to make it en
tirely reliable. Writ for particulars. J,
O. Knowlton & Oo grain brokers, 302
California street, Ban Francisco.
A complete stock of lumber on hand
In th rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, calling and all kind of finish; mold-
signne of Rebeccah Strauss, an Insolvent lings and shlDgles. Terms reasonable
debtor. Creditors of the said assignor ara and nrlcea at bedrock. All orders
hereby notified to prtwent their claim promptly attended to. Offle and yard
under oath to the undersigned within
three months from this date at his place
of business at No. 575 Commercial street,
Dated thla eleventh day of September,
Assignee or KcnerrAh Htrauss an Insol-
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Columbia Illver uurl I'uget Hound Nnvlga-
at mill. H
F L. LOO AN,
I'. M. IJNfil.VKKU OFFK'K. PORTLANU.
revori, JiLiiti try 3, iSiil. Hnasl pro-
pfsuis for CfHiHr.rj 'ting lock, dam, inc.,
In Yamhll rlV'-r, Oregon, will be re-
reived here until 12 m-, February 1",
IMiS. and tli'i puhli'ly opened. Informa
Hon furnlshl on application W, I
Flsk, Captain Knglneer.
of lb. pudding la la th aUnc
and tha proof of liquor
IS IN SAMPLING
That's an argument that's
Our will stand tha teat.
HUGHES & CO.
AImi all I if ht w a
c. . 0 Repaired
U3 til'ANK. rtlctaciit 10 two.
I " k, KrY
A Mi hkwiS'il
M At Ili.NKs ...
J. B. WYATT,
Phsat N. S
PAINTB and OILS,
tseclal Altsallea Hsl t. lupplylsg Iklts.
flarble and Onnltf
inHOPF A MINAR,
Jr.'lJK. Murrlirn HI., Portlasd, 0
-AIX KINDH OP CKMRTEBY W0BK..M
OIYZ8 CHOICK OF
Hleanier "ilalley (iaU'rf leaves Astoria
dally, except Hiinilay, 7 p. in. Leaves Port
land dully, escept Hominy, 7 . )n
'Halley iHterl" tickets g'sil oil steamer
"It. II. 'Ilioiiipson" tickets gofsl on "Hiillev
U. II. Bcott, I'rfKldenu
K. A. Heeley, Agent, Portliiin!.
'. W. Hlone. Agent, Astoria.
Telephone No. IP
Portland Saving Bank Bid.
Front Street, foot of Fourth, Astoria.
AND BOILER MAKERS
I .and and Marin Engines, BoUer Work,
Steamboat and Cannery Work a ape.
c laity. Casting of all description
made to order on short not to.
John Fox.. President and Superintendent
A. L. Fog Vio President
O. B. Prael Secretary
Astoria Savings Bank Treasurer
M3 Commersial Street
Next to Madison's Cigar Btanr
Via Spokane and St. Paul
Via Ogden, Denver and
Omaba op Kansas City.
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Car i
Astoria to San Franslseo,
Columbia, Saturday, December 1
Stat of California, Thursday. Decern.
Tuesday, December ll.
California, Sunday, Dec em-
Friday, December 24.
California, Wednesday, D
Columbia, Monday, January I.
State of California. Saturday, Janu
Cotumbl. Thursday, January 1J.
For rate and general iBrnmrin ..'
on r address
O. W. LOUNBBERRT,
T. H. HT7RLBURT. AfamC
(Hn. Paa. Agt, Portland, tn,.