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THE DAILY ASTOKIAN, SUNDAY MORMXO, FKHRUARY IH, 1HH.
Fair wslher, followed by ruin.
All days sre ssrrvd days In make
.Vw gladness In the sunny air.
Helen Hunt Jiiikon.
Try Schilling's Heat tea and baking
Tomorrow St. Valentine Pay.
Two cigar, S cent, at the Parlor.
Cheapest milk In the city at the Parlor.
Mr. H. n. Parker returned rtm Port
At the Riverside alley yesterday Itur-
rows scored 74.
Mr. H. R Parker returned from IVrl
The potnVe boys are preparing for a
busy day tomorrow.
The February term of the clr.Mll oomt
opens on the Slat Inatvtt
Born-Saturday. Janoiry U. to th wlf
of August HlldrbrsnJ. a son
Manager Kratt. of th I-ouvre, will
take possession of hi new private office
The State of California, which la due
tomorrow, will bring up a large freight
and passenger 111.
The ladle of the M. A. A. C. bowled
several social game yesterday before re
turning to Portland
P. J. Menny, the leading merchant
tailor. 137 Tenth Mreet. The higher! prl-e
paid for fur skins.
New prop dried fruit, new crop raisins,
fig and assorted nuts all extra fine qual
ity, at Ross, Hlggln & Co.
Hawkalcy Wilkinson made final proof
on hi homestead entry in the county
clerk' onlee. yesterday.
The regular meeting of the Women'
Relief Corp will be held at Carnnh.in's
"nail tomorrow evening at T:.
The leading merchants yesterday re
ported a large number of people in from
the country and a rushing trade.
W. J. Heckard creamery butter received
Wednesday and Saturday at the Parlor.
Full weight. Also sweet cream every day.
Mrs. D. K. Warren, of Warrenton. E.
A. Lowe, and Marshill Judaon. of Clat
sop, were visitors In ".he city yesterday.
Bond street was thoroughly scrubbed
down by the fire department yesterday
and presents a much Improved appear
ance. The V. S. S. Perry wts moved to the
coal bunker yesterday, and will coal up
tomorrow preparatory to her trip to the
In the county clerk' office yesterday
Joseph Peterson, a native of Russia, de
clared his Intention to become an Amer
Mr. J. V. Crelghton. traveling freight
agent for the Northern Pacific railroad,
spent yesterday visiting his numerous
Mrs. T. Marshall and Mr. William Mc
Oulre. formerly of this city, were pas
sengers on the Columbia for 3an Fran
The Harvest Queen arrived down yes
terday morning in place of the Thompson,
which met with a slight accident on the
way up the river Friday.
Mr. E. E. Lyttle. of The Dalles, presi
dent of the Columbia Southern Railroad
Company, passed through the city yes
terday en route tq San F nnclsco.
The very finest. The ne plus ultri.
The ere me de la creme. That HARPER
Whiskey In three languages. Bold by!
Foard Stokes Co., Astoria, Ore. J
Miss Chemine. one of the visiting lady
bowlers from Portland, yesterday made
the highest score on the A. F. C. alleys
31 Burnett rolled up 47 for the men.
It wa reported yesterday that Mr.
Earl of the Columbia Iron Works is bid
ding on the construction of several hun
dred tramway cars for C'hllkoot pass.
- When going east travei on the North
ern Pacific railway. Quick time and the
only line running dining cars. Train
leaves Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m.
In the settlement of th Commercial
Street extension matter the O. R. ft N.
Co. and A. ft C. R. R. F.. Co. were the
the first to withdraw objections to the
Probably the proudest mm In the city
la Mr. August Hlldehrand. The heir to
the Hlldebrand estate arrived on the
scene yesterday and it cost "papa" sev
eral boxes of cigars.
Grease spots, blood, oil, or any other
spot or stains on dresses, coats, carpets
er other things, are promptly removed
with Fels' Naptha Soap. Large cakes, 10
rents. Rogers' drig store.
The pilot schooner Jessie, comimssloned
a few days since oy th Washington
hoard of pilot commissioners. Is keing put
In condition for service and will tie ready
for ts'-a In a few days.
S. Schmlddt. 8. Farr -II, C. W. Cond-n,
'J. V. Creighton, Portion!: F. P. W. Us.
Buffalo. N. Y. : C. E. Kerlee, llwaco:
George W. Freeman, V. 8. L. II. K nre
KUt-sts at the Occident.
If you have hides, wool, furs, rags, bono
or any kind of junk for sale, ship It to R.
M. Gaston, WO Fourteenth street, Astoria.
Oregon, or write him and he will call at
your place and get It. He pays cash.
The visiting Indies of the M. A. A. (.'.
tcok the Telephone for Portland last
lilKlit. Tliey were a jolly crowd of bowl
ers as they stood on the deek of the Tele
phone bidding nil leu to their Astoria
friends. The members of ihe A. F. (.'.
were at the dock In round nu nbtrs to see
them off and "sped the parting guests"
ity singing songs appropri-ne to the oc
casion. The ladles responded as the boat
baking powder at 25 or 30
cents a pound? Ridiculous!
It can't be made. Cream
of tartar costs too much.
The grocer must make a
profit; and so must the man
drew out from the do.k, and gave venl
to their feeling In the soni "live, Haby,'
which was feelingly snug by the twenty-
Ave Indies on bonnl. N.i pains hud been
spared for their entertainment by friends
and members of the A. K. t during their
stay In this city and It Is hoped that they
carry with them to their ISmlaitd home
many pleasant recoiled Ions of their visit
largest 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 U satisfactory to you.
1-oar.l & Stokes Co.
Prtirs w ill lie given at the Sons of Her
mann ball. February for the most ar
tistic ladles' costume, for the most arils
tic gentlemen's costume and for the best
sustained ladles' and the best sustained
nescue i hid met last nlsht as usual
with a crowded house. The following
program was carried out: Reading. Mr.
Adams; reading. Rev. Mi-tVrmu. k: reci
tation, Author ltotworth: trombone solo.
Mr. Snodgrass. accompanied hv Miss
The captains of the ships Linlithgow.
hire. Sprlngburn and llornbv t'anle.
who wen- ashore lust night, eWdently got
osl. as three other reputable ship mas
ters were l.niklng for them up to a Lite
hour, but finally rave It ui and i.-.
4tiarter at the Occident.
Northern Pa.-ItU- railroad train. I...-..-.
Portland dally at 11 o cl.Hk a. m. for T.
coma. Sokane, and the east. Close ran-
nevtl.m made at Spokane for Rossland.
-eis..n. winnow and Uritish Columbia
mining camps. For maps and Information
an on or address C. W. Stone. Amon
The statement made a ew d.ivs i......
that there had h,-en a strike In the boiler
making d. parttnt-nt of the Astoria Iron
Works was under a nus.ivirheiiin. Th
management knew of no strike. Some
men temporarily empled were dis.
missed. The department Is In full run.
nlr.g order a usual.
It has been Intimated that a large prop
erty owner In Ippertown stands ready to
lonaie a sue for the proooscd citv n.rk
It is thought by the members of the jt.
gressive Association that If a site is
ured and provision made to accent Mr
Johnson's liberal offer, a good year's
work will have been accomplished.
The Portland Chronicle says: The fix.
vel people asked Albert Toiler. Oregon
national committeeman of the National
Prvs asportation, to serure the session ai
Flavel. Now Toiler prowses that I'ort.
land put In a bid. February nth the com
mittee will meet at the Palmer House to
select the place of meeting.
Captain Harry Uoodalt. the new com.
i..a.ioer or tne coiumhla. took hs i,-s, l
to San Francisco yesterday. A few d.ivs
ago he brought the Cottage Citv aroint I
from New York, whl.h steam, r will
take the place of the City of Tonck.i out
of San Francisco, the latter v..- b.-tn
bookel for the Columbia River-Alaskan
When the news was received on the
street yesterday that a romnrnmiu
been effected In the county court on the
oung s Pay bridge matter. Kt-n-rai .-.t.
Isfactlon wa expressed. Only a slight
change in the Fairfield Point location
wa made, necessitating the erection of a
continuation of the bridge across the
Lewi and Clarke.
The most satisfactory evidence of pro
gressive minstrelsy is shown In the
unique, novel and attractive Derforiranee
to be given by the Geoge opcrati.: col
ored minstrels at Fisher's opera house,
next tnday night. This popular com
pany combines two distinct and perfect
organisations. Everybody will see them
and enjoy an evening fun.
The Columbia River Canneries Com-
pany filed articles of Inc.irn j-atl m in the
county clerk's office yeL"djy. The In
corporators are: J. o. Hanthorn, B. A.
Seaborg. and T. B. UcJoven. The capl-
tai stock Is Kju.W. divided Into H) shares
of 110 each, The objects of the com.
pany are to buy and sell salmon, (mmts
canneries, cold storage plants, etc
Cohtrftrlnr S'rmiit expects to iom-
mMiM work on the new Yamhill lock tut
the government In about two werks. The
principal portion of the work will fw
concrete, the stone for which will h
obtained within two miles of ihe locks.
Five hundred thousand feet of lumber,
and about sixty thousand pounds uf Iron
for the works will be shipix-d from As
toria. The condition of Astor street has be.
come not only a soupe of danger to
teams and pedestrians but a dls.'r.ue to
the city. Some of the prop.rt,- tinners
have expressed a willingness to do their
share towards Its Improvement. Some of
the teamster who have to visit that sec
tlon of the city are of the opinion that
the repair of the street should ne foreed
or that It be fencd up.
At the meeting of republican . lul.s held
last evening an executive committee of
five, consisting of F. J. Ta-i.,r. c. tv.
Fulton. James W. Web-h, F. 1.. Parker
and J. E. Young was appii.it -d. with full
power und authority to appoint all sub
committees for the rw..;iU',n of dele
gates to the republican convention in
April. There was a large ntt.-n lance .u
the meeting which was an enthusiastic
ine umiculty arising over the location
of the Young's Hay bridge F,-,rfiod
Point was settled yesterday In the county
court. The court made an order that a
bridge lwm feet long he built aero- the
Lewis and Clarke to be local d ni a point
know n as the old "ferry landing. ' The
cost of Its construction will be between
four and five thousand doll i s. the .x
pense to be met by the fun Is provioc'l in
Ihe levy of V, mills for the erection of
Ihe Fairfield Point bridge. The lesldcnts
of Warrenton have withdrawn their oh.
JectloriH, apparently satlsll.-d with the or
der made by the court, lis loe.vlon Is
situated about one-half mile above the
mouth of the Lewis and ("lark.
A meeting of the mlmon packers r.t tho
Columbia river was h -Id y-st-rl iy to ' on
shier some matters relating to th" i.-uk-
imas proposition stall m. The nu ding
v.ns well attended by with local und out
side packers. No oth'-r business oi,r-r
than that above ref-r.-'d to was em, sir
evil. Much nn.nseinent was Manifested
hv some of the larger '.ackers ever the
Intimation conveyed In a dlspaV h sent
from Portland yeat -rd iy that a "mm
h'ne" had been fortwd wnlr-h :d"m
plated the control r,f the pa king sltija
lion on the CoKi-nbla rl-.-r-r. Inquiry of
i 'licit of tile packers In ntten lan'e at th';
tn...-tinp rV ven led the fact tint no other
Pin ker on the river but Mcsrn. Kenborg
and Hinthorn is a .nernber f the I'ort
hind company, or has any Intention of
becoming a member.
The steamship Oregon, for Alaskan
ports, is due from Portland tomorrow
morning. Fifteen passengers from lieio
were booked at the olllr e fJf Agent Wil
son yesterday evening to take passage
north. The fifteen names on the list rep
resent various occupations, that of fisher-
man being In the ,n.iortty. An npial
number of passenger left on 'he Elder n
w.ek sln.-e, and like those that preceded
them from here, few of them lime made
up their minds as to what business they
sill engage In north. Klaht of the pas.
evngor are booked for yc.i, Juneau live,
and Skugway two. Kollowl w Is the list:
Miss Mary lkan. 1. A. Niivnberg, Ale
llolman. S. M. tlrimes, C. Kvenson, lair
tHsoii. Erich I'lerson, Sol K-iraaU. Th.-o-doro
Smith, J.d.n Itent. v'hrls Johnson,
William Turtihull, p. c. Stone, K. S.m.lr
burg. Charles I'tterheig.
An accident whl.h almost com the
lives of two men occurred yesterday as
the steamer Telephone was making a
landing at Ranter. The steamer was ,-om.
log alongside the wharf under good load
way and was obliged to hack, down M the
slip. Just before ti, sg,m , v, n to
reverse two men In a boat shot out from
behind the wharf In the wake of the
steamer. In an effort to gain the .haiin. l
The machinery start...) it.., r
movtsl backward and ih.. i,i ...a. n
wh.vl ptckrsl up the boat and men. smash.
Ing the Unit to kindling wood. The men
reinalnetl In the wh.vl and would haw
been dash.-.! to death with another turn,
but the engineer of the steam, r felt the
unusual jar and promntlv closed th
in rot tie. one of the unfortunate men
had his head badly hruls.il. hut neither
one of them was seriously injured. The
names of the men could not be learned,
as they quickly went ashore after being
I'opulatlon follows the bulldm of
g.HHl roads as It does the building of rail-
roa.is, said a well. know n u v ..i.
tlclal yestenlay In discussing Clalson
county Improvements. 'Farmers want to
use their horses which thev sr.. ..l.llue.l
to keep for farm work, and which a large
I.rtlon of the year rat their heads off lit
the stable. Instead of being coni-lle,l to
pay passenger fare and freight rate In
order to get their produce to market. It
la all very well to say that waterwa
make cheap transHrtatlon. but the farm
r ot loungs river and Lewis and
Clarke countries have found to their sor
row that it costs them double for su. h
service. What they want Is irood roads
insteu.i or frittering nway time and
money In half-way measures and make
shift repairs each year. wht. h are washed
tit by the next storm, how mm h b. tt
t would W to build only one mile of road
a ye ir and have that prowrly built an. I
of a immanent character. Such a method
would soon give us flrst-class roads. How-
was the great west settled? Ity building
railroad. The people s.n followed. Ilow
will Clatsop county he settled up Ity
building goo.1 roads. There will then be
no ciimculty about developing our In
ternal resources. I'ntH we do make roads
we can expect no measure of agricultural
growth and Improvement. It Is the
country that supHrt the cities. Even the
well settled sections of New York anil
New Jersey have recently found It ne es.
sary to expend large sums in county
roads. The reports show that the money
was well spent. Let us make a beglnlng
In Clatsop. The railroad Is all right, but
It must be backed up by county rotds
Just as the building of the Columbia
Southern railroad from The Pu Pes has
Increased the acreage of wheat and the
protlts to the farmers and sheep ranges
so good roads in Clatsop will enable the
country to develop und give the farmers
protlts Instead of losses on their prod
THE MODERN WAT.
Commend Itself to the well-informed, to
do pleasantly and effectually what was
formerly done In the crudest manner and
disagreeably as well. To cleanse the sys
tem and brvak up cold, hiudche and
fev.-r without unpleasant after effects
use the delightful liquid laxative remedy.
Syrup of Fig. Made by California Hg
REAL ESTATE TRANSFEUS.
August Dnnlelson and wife to J. Wal
frcd Johnson Southeast -luarter of south
west quarter, section IS. township 7 north,
range J west, W acres; .V0.
Vnitcd States to James N. Laws South
west quarter of suction i. township 6
notth, range 7 west: patent.
The S'ew- road.
Chadwell. Feb. 11 (Editor Astorlun
The friend of the new Young's Bay
bridge are hard at work In an effort to
eeure the required sum of money for the
instruction of the road to the new site.
They realise that they have a herculean
task before them Inasmuch as they
have responded Innumerable times before
for the same project, but they never
It has been suggested that a grand ball
fit Fisher' opera house or Foard &
Stokes hull be given, anil that It be mule
one of the features of the evening to
give away prlxes to lucky roiiKin-hoders.
Such a si heme It Is thought would realize
a goodly sum. The presents are sup
fosed to be donated and to consist of
several fine witches, diamond rings, a
ton of ronl. a cord of wood, barrel of
Hour, one yearly pass on Portland steam
ers, and such other things as may be
contributed. The object Is a worthy one.
and there Is no reason why such a plan
(onld not be made a perfe. t success.
I-t try It.
Thus far the sum of Jl'vO has been sub
scribed. CHURCH DIRFCTORY.
Y,Nor'.EATIONAL CIITWIf -Tenth
and Exchange streets Rev. T. 8. Uollln
ger. pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Sunday hool at 12:15. Junior
Endeavor at 4, and Y. P. S. C. E. at t:Vt
p. m. A cordial welcome Is extended.
Today being Lincoln memorial day Pastor
liollingrr will address the evening con
grcgatlon on "The emancipation of the
l!'th century slave to be fully accom
plished in the twentieth century."
PRESRVTERIAN Ninth street, be
tween Duane and Exchange. Rev. Henry
Marcotte, pastor. Morning service at 11;
evening ncrvlce at 7.30; Sunday school at
12:15; Y. P. S. C. E. at 8:30; prayer meeting
Wednesday evening at 7:30. All are cor
dially invited to attend. Theme of the
m irnlng sermon: "Christian Holdness."
Evening theme: "What Is Presbyterl
.mlsin?" FIRST BAPTIST Exchange street, be
tween Eleventh and Twelfth. Rev. L. J.
Trumbull, pastor. Residence of pastor on
opposite sldfl of street. Preaching every
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Hun.
day school at 12:15, and B. Y. P. U. at
6:30 p. m.; prayer meotlng on Wednesday
evening. Everybody Is oordlally Invited
to attend these cervices. Subject of
M-rtnons Sunday will be "Things Above''
and "The Way of the Transgressors Ih
FIRST METHODIST KPISL'OKAI,
liiiano street. W. B. Holllngshend, pas
tor. Residence V Exchange street.
Preaching Sunday at 11 .a m. and 7:30 p.
m.; Sunday school at 12:20 p. m.; Epworth
Ieaguo at 6:30 p. m.i prayer meeting
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. All seats fre.
Morning services at 10:30 a.
m,; In Swed-
tn tne niwt and third Sundays, and In
.ngiis.i m se-oiM Sunday of eac
mouth; evening service at 7 p, ni.; In
English the flwl and thlrvl Sunday and In
Pw-ed sh the second Sunday of eac
nionm. ine pastor, Hev. Kdhund, who
for two Sin l.yj has Iwen nway to at
lend Ihe moan a of Ihe Colombia con
Terence at Spokane, will be hack so
will prcriih Sunday morning In Englls'
and at .... p. m. In Swedish,
NoKWEillAN ASM IVVMSII M
i III Hi ll -l p,. r Astoria. The pastor.
Hev. J. Jacohaon, will preach tomorrow
i( II it. m.. "Pauls Noble Avowal," nil
at ,.W p. m the suhle.-t will be "Chris
llanlty- A System of Truth and Peace
i lass meeting Tuesday and prayer meet
Ing on Thursday at ; '.
i:ANi! I.CTII ClU'liCII OF Till-
NORWEUIAN SYN'OK English Sunday
school at s a. in. Norwegian service at
10 ' a. m ; English service at p, ui
Tet, Acts. Rev. M. llol.len, pastor.
Services at tlrace Cliurih tomornv
Morning raver, litany and sermon at II
Sund iy school at II . evening prayer
and sermon at 7 . At Holy Innocents
the holy communion at s a. nt.
Ev.tng.dlst IV W. Potter, of Chicago
will hold special religious services at the
M. E. Church at II a m., tj ?i and 7 .to
y. m. Mr. Potter Is one of the leading
evangelists of the day.
REVIEW OF PUAM ATIC SEASON.
Astoria. Feb. 12 -(Editor Astorlau -
Although our city may sas of being
a hrst-.l.iss shipping port and even the
lomlug metropolis of this great north
west, she cannot brag about her places
of amusement or dramatic advantages
True, she has a very cy little theater,
and. with the newly constructed stage
large enough to accotnmo.1 ite any pro
duction that may he brought out to this
oast, y. t she Is out of the regular route
of the traveling companies N'everthe
less, a glance ov.-r the attractions which
we have ti.td since the o).cnlng of the
present season will recnll some very
pleasant evenings spvtit nt the I heat
and I am sorry to say. some that nre not
so tdeitsant It Is true that we have not
had Gillette's "S.vret Service." a Fannv
Ibivenport, Joe Jefferson, or Mine M.sl-
lesk.i. or any of the other slurs wh.
make the theatrical season so successful
it least from an artistic st.ui lis.iiit. but
we have h.-en nmus.il and there ts an
old saying. "He thankful for all things "
The season owne. here September
with I.c.-oci's opera. Little Puke, hv the
Hepburn". aupHrted by b al talent Fol
lowing this came Herr Ki"g Janson's
violin recital. Nashville Students. Mrs
Waller ltee,i and Agnes Watt In n ong
tecltll Professor Cooke In a night In
splritnillMn. Helen Kellih.r s lecture mi
'".ilifornia. Gladys Jon. s In a song re
cital, the Will. ml Oil Concert t'omimnv.
Mi Kw -n. th" hypnotist . A Night In !o
h.mla. An oriental Fete
Manager S.ilg ' date l"k shows some
entertaining bookings for the mar fu
ture. TERRY M'KEAN.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE TO CKKP1TOKS
Notice I hereby given that the und-r-Igned
has thl day been app lnd s
slgnre of Rebecca fttrauau, an Insolvent
Jebtor. Creditors of th said alnor
are hereby notified to present t- r claims
under oath to the undersigned within
three monttin from this data at hi place
of bust new at No, 575 OrnimerWal s'reet.
Pated thWi 11th day ot December. 1ST?.
Aigne ot Rebecca Strauss, an lnsolv
All person are hereby notified thwt the
Acorn. Chwtnut and Bunfiowvr bnuida of
salmon labels am copyrighted, and are
now the sole property of th undersigned
Any person or perauti using th above
brand or label without my consent will
be (ubject to legal prosecution for the
BAM J. GORMAN.
February 1. ISM.
A LAMBDA AVR.VfB GRADE NOTICK
Notice Is hereby (riven that ths common
council of the city of Antorta propose to
establish the rrado on Alameda avenuo
in that part of the city of Astoria known
.is rnlontijwn. at the foliowlnit helirht
.ibove the ba.s of graiHi:
At tn norlh'-u.t corner of blo.-k J. at
IT fet uljovc the bane of ffrailei, ami at
i point directly opposite and at rlKht
arKl-.a to the east line of block 2, at Z
At the southwest corm r of hlo. k 1. at
a feet, and at a point directly opposite
and at rljrht a'iKh to the weit line of
block 1, ut 43 feet, and at a point on the
north nlil of block 19, directly apposite
lo the southwest corner of blck 1, and at
ritr'.u anitles to the south line of bho k 1.
at 43 feet.
At the northwest corner of block 19, at
At ihe southeast corner of block 2,
ai tne norineaHt corner of block 18, at
4.1 feet, and at a point directly opposite; on
the south) lde of block 2 and at rlifht
unifies to the north lino of block 18, at
Ki fet, and at a point directly opposite
to the northeast corner of block 18 on the
west side of block 19, and at rlifht angles
to the eait line of block 18, at 41 feet
At the Intersection of Alameda avenue
with thu .-a! boundary of Taylor's As
toria, at 48 feet.
At the northwest corner of block 18. at
At the southwest corner of block 2, at
At ttie northeast corner of block 17, at
At the southeast corner of block 3, at
And unless a remonstrance aliened by
the iiiit. of thrce-fourUiM of the plop
rty fronting on said portion of said street
bo filed with the auditor und police Jude
within ten ilays from the date of the
final publication of this notice, the com
mon council will coUbllHli said (trades
Dat'd at Astoria, Oregon, February
If. E. NBLMON.
Auditor and i'dlce .fudge
Who has not been puzzled to translate
the street i rb s of fruit venders, rag men
und "old cloes'" soloists of the great
' lib s? "The Htreet Cries of Paris," is the
title, of an Intensely Interesting and hand
somely illustrated nrllelo In the Ht, Val
entine number of the National Magazine.
The peri and Ink sketches of lh I'arlslan
street venders are decidedly clever. They
were drawn by a Parisian artist und have
the real French flavor.
Afghan w mien lire never Jealous of
For Infants i.nd Children
' II 01
ltoththo nii'tlnnl mill results when
Synipof I'iKs is uken; ii isplcasanl
uml rctrcshiti l the t.istc, mul uctH
Kcntly yctrinpily on ilitKiilncy,
l.ivrr anl Ilowt ls, rlciinscslhesyn
iciiictfet tiially, dispels cuhKhciul
aclios.tiul fevers mul cures ti.iliiltial
constip.Hiim. Syrup of I- in- lite
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing In Ihe taste and ac
ceptable to the Mutnai h, prompt in
its action and truly benelu ial in it
ctlects.preparedonly from the most
healthy ami agreeable suhstanccs,
its many excellent qualities coin
mend it to all and have made it the
most popular remedy known.
Syrup of Tis is for sale in 50
cent bottles ly all leading ling
uists. Any reliable tiniest who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Po not accept
CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO.
u nm:i3Co. cl
iouattui. tr. H iok. t
fi'LI AIlirX AVEM'E tlltVli: N'uTii'i:
NotU-e 1 his-tiy given that the iminnn
council of the city of Aetorla pnp to
ibliiti thn icrailo f t'l.liimbla avenue
in that iirt of the cl!y of Aitoria known j
ia tnlieitmn, at the f-illowln heik-lit
utntve the tme of jrr4ie.
At the oiithe corner o( bl.x k I. at
l.V feet, and at a Mlnt dir.vtlv .pite
on the rant l.l of block 14 an. I at r chi 1
alleles to Went line of be k 19. at 130 1
t.et. and at po.nt dlm-tly ip,mt lo
the noiif hn t corner of hhck 19 "n tiie
forth able of blvk i ami at nsM incl'
lo the lolllll llll of bl.vk 19. at I XI frrt.
At thfi f.Kithntnt i-.Htier of bb k IS. at
2 f.ct, and at a p.ilni dirn-tly opikouti
on the nrih m.le of bl. k J and at rlthl 1
timhn to th u!h line of bl.x k IV nt
3 fret. I
At th n..rtiiv t Mt i-urnrr hhk k 91 at I
At the southwrtt e-rner of M.vlt U. at
At the northeast corner of bl k II. ut
At th iitheaiit corner of blocs, IT. at
At the south Side of Kln-ton avenue
at It Interaction with (Vluinbia avenue.
at 1 feet.
At Mie mirth tide of Klnj-nt.n avenue
at It Int 'mectlon wlih Columbia svenue.
at IV) feet.
At tho aouthwrat corner of block I, at
At t-lie southerly corner uf block V, at
At the) Interwtlon of Tolumbla, Cam-
rUlgo and llwaco avenue, at feet.
At the northeast corner of block St, at
At ths northerly ccner of block SJ, at
And unleas a rnsitrnc asned by
the nwnera of thive-foiirthai of the pni-
rty fronting on sold portion ot and atrax-t
ba filed with th a ml I tor and pollc judxe
Ithln tun days from the date of tho
final publication of tbl notice, the com
mon council will entnbllwh aUI trade.
lasted at AstiTla, Or'gon, February
It. E. NKLSON.
Auditor and roller Judr".
NOTICE FINAL ACCOUNT.
Nolle Is hereby given that C. 8. Wnrht
ml T. A. Hyland, executors of th estate
of Elisabeth Jane nuwaril. have filed their
final aocount In old eaitat. In the county
court of Clatsop county, Orrgon, and
the Judir thereof has set February B,
IV8, at the hour of 2 o'olock p. m for Ihe
hearing of objection, If any '.her be,
to the allowance of the earn end th
cloilng of th administration of aald te
C. 8. WrttOIIT.
T. A. HYLAND,
Astoria, Oregon, January It, 1M.
Shares of the Alaska TTaiiaportiUton
and Dearepsjiment company of Chicago
are tlhej mo( dmrcble lnvwtmrst before
the public. Safer thai, oavn(n bans and
hank stock. Paying large dividends
Bhares onei dollar For information ad
drean W. L. Dudley, goner ill agent, Hal
I or building, SeeUtle, Wash.
S0J1S OF HERPHH
Founl it Ktoki-M Hull
flnrble and Urnnlte
iriHorn & minar,
m K. Morrlnoii HI,, Portland, Or
..A I.I, HINDU (r CKMKTKRY WOIIK
THE PARKER HOUSE
Comer of Ninth and Ator KI reels, Astoria.
Guests Received on American or
I.Of KH. KKYH
A Nil KKWINO
Also all l llfht
on Flih I.luei,
C. H. Orkwltz
FISHER'S OPERA HOUSE.
1., J'' NKUtl, InvsHtKi mul Milliliter.
. . . Friday, February 18 . . .
In Mighty Unison with the Celebrated
ceorgl. University Graduates . . .
Keie-ve, S,TV; llsllerr, Vie Hunt le oihim id TlmriUr motnlM alt
c lirlltlu tei lu.i Hlnie
Mu b cliuwd out. Mils for all or any
portion ot tn stock and tool of th. no
caiillla ImaliKNM of tho K, 11 awm
late will U reAflved up to I p. in . Mon
tar, rrnruary it, 11 icijgtsl to rejet- any
or an mil rMvrv.l, Plrmt all bid, seal
fd. lo C. J. TltlQNCIIAHl),
IhXVItn AND ltHMS.
Three or four Iskmih, with boardai
re.nble rates. Tablo txiardors can be
.wm.Uted. Mrs. K. C llolden, corner
Nlntti and Duans trt.
TKUI'I.R LUIKJK N U "("iT "i4M
A. M -Kular communlcatluu held 00
th first and third Tuesday evening si
Mi k no. th.
o. w. LouNMiiKUP.r, r. u
R. C. IIOLDKN. IWcralary
II. T. CKtHUT.
M ComiosrvlaJ tit.
OiWen, muialr. Aa'orUn tliiil.lli
. v.. iil.t'V.KIv.
ATTuhNET AT LAW.
DK. it, ft. E8TK8.
I'MTHICIAN AND HI'llOl'ON
l-lal attsatioo to dttvasM of wiine
Ottlrs ovr rans!r. stnrs. Astsrla
Tslnphon No. U.
I I. W A lU)WLhT.
ATTOKNKT AND COt?NfKfaOR
Offlce on Itond street, Astoria. Or,
Chester V. Dolpta. Klobard Nil.
IKH.I H NIXON.
ATTOKNETi AT LAW
Portland. Oregon, R B. J aad R
llamlltoo nulldlng. All lagaj sad eel
lection busln wa promptly attended te
Claims against the government p
tUt J AT TUTTLE.
I'HTSICIAN AND 8UKOEON
Ornce, room I and 1 Pytlilan bulldg
UIH CommrcisJ St, Realdtnct Mm.
Acting assistant surgeon U. 8. II t
rtn hospital service.
flavlag psrckse4 Ike slock
id ksnistss ot tkt Coli
kit Shoe Co.. t art otft rlsg
tke pshlic oir list ot tascy
id staple tootfcttf .1 ike
Lowest Marqln of I'roflt.
niltltnt silcsoitt nit coi
Also (or Medicinal sag
Privet Stock, Cream RrA 014 Hickory,
Pride of Kentucky and Hermimge) Rv
otd California Braeidls.
Carlson's FamllyLIquor Store
IN TWELFTH 8TREBT
A oomplnte stock of lumber on baai
In the rough or drssscd. Flooring, rus
tic, celling and all klndi of finish; mold
logs and shingles, Terra reasonable
and prices at hesYook. All onion
promptly attended to, Offlre and yard
at mill. H F h. LOGAN,
Hes side, Oregon. Proprietor.
Antorla Iron WorkB
Front Bt root, foot of Fourth, Astoria.
AND HOILKB MAKERS
Land and Marina Engine, Holler Work,
Btoamboat and Caoiwry Work a spe
cialty, Cuatlngt of all descriptions
made to order on short natio.
John Fox., President and Superintendent
A, L. Fox Vloe President
0. B. Prael Secretary
Astoria la ring Bank Treasurer
(Ileal UaiKCf IU
(Irrnt Ctintf UUns - 10
to (Ircst Sinners 10
Wat h ri Mm tirsml sim1
I'iiiiiiIc on Ainviilof lbs 11
lirninl t one. r( In flonl of lbs
IhiHiler ill : h p 111,
1 v w
You wsnt that which lrntheni your
viiem In thu cli weather You want
that which brlp ton to fulfill th da.
manda which buln-M makes on your
phvelcal elf. to withstand Ih ssrsrity
i f Ihe rhanseaM weather and to mak
oii itron nd kxp you wall. lUrs"
whrr (md meat help you
KOHH. IIIUillNg CO.
Is all are aaklng
on our stock of
Ladles' nnd OcnU
Boots and Shoes
Our goods are vmrrsaled.
til IP dlANDLBAT
IRON AND iTrrx.
OIIOCBR1BH AND I'ROVlaiONi
FLOUR AND MUX FEED
PAIN PS. OILS AND VARX1SUW
DOORfl AND W7NTOWi
WAOON8 AND VEHICLRS
kooms 3 1 7-j 1 8
Portland Savings Hank Dldg.
MA DC TO OltDI'.K
420 Commercial Street.
of the pudding Is in the eating,
and th proof of liquor
IS IN SAMPLING
That's an argument thai'
cluslrs a demonstration.
Ours will atand the teat
1 i Ml
HUGHES & CO.