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THE DAILY ASTPR1AX, VKINKSDAY MOKMNU, AIM-MI. SO, !;.
Three pounds for.,
Qreen Coffee nn
HI. iwiund. for K UU
Star Grocery Co.
Occlonal rain; cooler.
Violet tlr and arbutu wakes
Claytonla'a rosy Mis unfold;
Dandelion through the meadow makes
A royal road, with seal of fold.
Melon Hunt Jackson.
Try Bchllllnc'a But tea and baking
powder. Ice cream at the Parlor.
8. Schmidt, the sulmon buyer, It In the
For 8al-teamer Reatlea. at Flhr
We use nothing but the beat cream.
Mldwlfe-Mra. Mary Make, 791 Exchange
Beit Ice cream parlor la the city at the
For sale The Bulletin bowline alleys;
apply to F. J. Norton.
Children's leghorn hats with wreath of
Bowers, He. Shanahan Bros.
C H. Cooper scored 51. and Mrs. Del
Ilnirer 1. at the A. F. C. alley yesterday.
N. Ponton, agent of the Pacific Coast
Steamship Company, of Portland, is In
Fisher Brother My that they are still
receiving large orders for goods to be '
Attorney Frank Spittle returned yester
day from Cathlamet where he was en
raged on legal business.
New crop dried fruits, new crop raisins,
figs and assorted nuts all extra fine qual
ity, at Boss, Hlggln ft Co.
"Alex Gilbert yesterday let a contract to 1
Lebeck for the moving of his I ppertown
house further bark onto the lot.
Fresh Jersey, nolsteln and Durham
cows for sale at reasonable figure. Will
also trade for fat beef cows. M. Susman.
The steamer Elwood. in tow of the tug
Relief, sails early this morning for the
Souna where she will go Into the Alaska
Toil can ret a box of soap of three cakes
tor t cents; a cake of castlle and wash
rag; for t cents; Rogers' drugs tore; look
In our window.
Good table board and nicely furnished
rooms may be bad at the Rucker house,
corner Fourteenth and Commercial sts.
B. Schmidt. E. Chlopeck. A. F. Rogers.
Portland: J. B. McCane and wife. J. F.
House, Boston; F. O. Carm.uk, St. Louis,
are at the Occident
When going east travel on the North- J Whether on pleasure bent or business,
rn Pacific railway. Quick time and the ; take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of
only line running dining cars. Train Ft, as it acts most pleasantly and ef
leaves Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m. j fectually on the kidneys, liver, and bow-
; 1. nreventlnp fevers headaches and
The tug Escort will go Into commission :
today to take the place of the Relief,
which will tow the stern-wheel steamer
Elwood to the Sound on her way to Al
aska. The delinquent tax-roll, amounting to
138,000. was turned over to Sheriff Hare
yesterday. If payment is made by May
It only three per cent will be added to the
For fine healthy Oregon plants of any
kind, choice flowers, the freshest roses,
floral novelties, green-house beauties, call
an Roaenstock Brothers, ill Commercial
street, next door to Herman Wise.
If you have bides, wool, furs, rags,
bone, or any kind of lunk for sale, ship
It to R. M. Gaston. 105 Fourteenth street.
Astoria, Oregon, or write him and he will
call at your place and get It.
He pays I
M. Susman, the reliable dealer In hides,
wool snd Junk, also sells goods on com
mission. Returns promptly made at full
figures on all consignments entrusted to
him. Goods must
name of sender.
him. Good mu.t be plainly marked with,"'"""' " "t
s a ETanhMr List ntirht .i tVi nnj-
A U.OOa.uuu mortgage was filed yester
day with Recorder Williams. It was giv
en by the Pacific Coast Company 'suc
cessor of the Oregon Improvement Com
pany. It secures y bonds of J1W each,
bearing 5 per cent interest.
Workmen will commence in a day or
two on the concrete foundation for Judge
C. H. Page's cottages on Eleventh street.
The lumber for the houses Is now on the
ground and Architect Ferguson is pre
pared to rush work on his contract.
Freight for Skagway. Alaska, must be ' f :ir ,n" "ril-'in ' 'he 'Hscise is no: trace
on the dock this afternoon ( Wednesday). "bie to any par'a ui.u- s.,-ir.-. 'otillrnv
AU those who desire to contribute any-1
tain? to Ihe emergency hospital will 1
please send the saint- to the rectory, Hi".
Sixteenth street, not later than 1 o'clock..
G. W. Dean. Nchah m; H. Klmzler. Wal- j
luaki: C. Beuhke, Olney; C. 11. Shell).-.
Ilwaco; E. D. Fleming. Kalama; Peter
Bush, Young's River; W. 1). Jenkins, Se
attle: J. II. Ashley. HrooMicId; L. Mich
ael, Stella: E. Erickson, Goble, are at the
The favorite whiskey of famous men is
Harper. Because of Its smooth, exquisite
flavor; because of Its matchless purity;
because of Its mellow age. No wonder
If the favorite. Every drop sterling.
Harper whiskey sold by Foard & Stokes
Co., Astoria, Oregon.
Hot drinks, mixed drinks, mineral wat
er, wines, cordials, bitters, liquors. Key
West and domestic cigars, Frankfurter,
smoked goose, Westphalia ham, Hamburg
eel, Uraunschwelger mc-ttwurst, and any
other old good thing- to eat or drink can
be found at the Louvre.
J. N. Jones, of the sailing scow-schooner
Columbia, has just closed a contract
to deliver 2'.0 cubic yards of rock for the
machine shops foundation at Warrenton.
He will secure the rock at Tongue Point
and expects to keep two scows going dur
ing the next ten days.
Old fishermen yesterday expressed the
opinion that the salmon this year had be
come frightened by the Spanish war scare
and were gl.vlng the Columbia river a
wide berth for fear they might encounter
battleships, mlnca or torpedoes while on
the way to their spawning grounds.
Northern Pacific railroad trains leave
Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m. for Ta
coma. Spokane, and the east. Close con
nectlon made at Spokane for Rowland
Nelson, Bandow and Rrllloh Columbia
mining camp. For maps snd Information
call on or address C. V. Stone. Aston
Knglnee-r Waller, of the government's
engineering department, viewed the file
of the Young's Hay bridge ycterd;ir.
comimnled by the county court. In the
afternoon they left for Hear creek nn.l
examined the bridge and county ro.1.1
that place. A gasoline launch was char,
tcred for the occasion.
Articles of Incorporation of the Ro
lllgglns Company were tiled In the county
clerk's office yesterday wllh capital stock
of $I.Vi divided Into 1M share of HV
each. The Incorporators re J. T. ISoss,
J. H. lllteln. II. i Thompson. K. Z.
Ferguson and C. R. Har.i.len. The oh
Jects of the company are to buy and sell
real estate within the territory of Alas
ka. Oregon and elsewhere and to carry
on a general merchandise business
The newest thing In ladles' sailor hats
In all colors. Shanahan Bros.
We have Just received the latest Incan
descent OAS Bl'RNER, manufactured by
the Eureka Manufacturing Concern.
which will be furnished complete and put
on with the best man;ie mane, tne
YXAI.TA" for 11 SA Unsurpassed In I'-
lumintlng power. Needs no burning off.
W. J. Scully sole sgent. J1 Bond street.
Creditors are notified that D. K. War
ren, assignee of the estate of I. W. Case,
deceased, will make a 15 per cent divi
dend on April 15 at the Astoria National
Salmon continues to run very light and
but few cases, probably less thin five
hundred, have been put up. One fl-her-man
was out a week and did not take in
a single salmon. A pronilmnt cannery
man says that In ten years past, since
propagation commenced, the tendency
has been to Increase the late pack and
decrease the early pack and that the law
should be amended to allow fishing only
from the first of May to the first of Au
gust, as April and August fish are not
The Blttner company presented "My
Mother" to a f.iir-sned audience, at Fish
er's last nigh!. Mattle Oh.vite. as Mad
ame Dubois, and John Waldron, as M
Muntiov. were excellent, and their , ff rt
were warmly received. The specialties
were very good, the performance of the
Irish comedians being pronounced the
best of the kind ever seen In the city.
One of the specialists was Indiscreet
enough to spring that old "stuck for the
drinks'' gag. but otherwise the Joke were
fK sn,i ,-atehv.
Tonight "The Great
Diamond Mystery" will be played It is
a roaring farce and will doubtless attract
A litire audience.
The government of Astoria dates back
to June . lx"fl. when the first ordinance
was Introduced of which '.here Is any rec
ord. The book In which the minutes are
entered Is about the site of an ordinary
3Vpage day-book. It I well preserved,
except that one of the covers Is broken
off with a few leaves attached to It. The
signature of John McClure appears as re.
oorder. The following Is the first ordin
ance copied from the minutes of the first j
meeting: "Introduced a bill or ordinance
for the purpose of collecting revenues for
the sale of ardent spirits, etc.. which
bill after much discussion therein was
continued over to tomorrow morning at
S o'clock " There was no record of th
meeting next day. If any was held as the
following appears after the above: "June
1. board met agreeable to adjournment.
Present Mr. President. Parker. Welch.
Boelling and Taylor. On the final pas
sage of the bill the yeas and nays were j
called for and decided as follows: Yeas
Parker. Boelling. Taylor and president.
N'.h-s Mr. Welch." An order was also
made at the same meeting to whitewash
and paint the nuineil room.
0(her forms of gI(.knMt, Fo(. ,, , 5,,.
cent bottles by all leading druggist.
Manufactured by the California Flf Syr
up Company, only.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
C. E. Cooper an I wife to Josephine B.
Ferguson 51. block 2. first addition
to Gearhart Park: t3l
Sheriff to William H. Gross. trustee
Southwest quarter of section 9. township
j north, range west. acres: $1371.81.
Pacific Coast Company to Manhattan
Trust Company-Mortgage on all lands
and property: $." if-i nr.
Something of a scare occurred In this
city yesterday when It h-came known
that several cases f erhro spln.il men-
Ingltls had culminate,) disastrously In
Ilwaco In the last twenty-fiur hours The
authorities at first were loathe to disclose
' any of the facts but the repeated Inquiries
together with Information brought by a
boat, confirmed the rumors, pr Ray-
M,.na tt... 1 r, .
"Two ca?e nf - r-br n;t nvnln-
gitls of the fullmlnate form hive oc
curred in Ilwac In the past two ,i,,yH m
the practice of Dr. Co-nel! The first
ase was that of F'.iH.h Finely, re curring
Sunday morning and en. lint- f i tally In
twenty-f..iir hours. Th.- s,. ;,r I ,-ise was
j that of I.e-ile Messenger, occurring Mon-
day afternoon and term'na'lr.ir ,n death
In eighteen hours. A tfi'r.l . ive is now
tinder obs-rvation nt Ocean I'ark but the
i symptom of the latter u ai- as yet
I mild. All w rf young m..n from 1. to 21
'years of age. aid in r.bus: health. 80
evidence of th.- i.agn'sl.. was ob
''' autopsy in n f ij... , ,, ,,
Kt'.'i.M li t W S'iN city
few days iiko
'1 J- r a i
arrivd here a
cys e.,! letters
t'.-w- for the
rnv.l h.-re. I
lirst time since th. i
have a chance to send
't word out by the
fast team that nil take
lb.- t'nlK-d Stan-- army
City aij'! who -xp. . is t,.
':' 'In Itae of
..i ftom circle
make Iiyea l.y
lorn h.-re). The
April "id (eigh'.-en di.ys fro
weather if very iita- for M
have had tli- fin. - A.-.i'b. r
r-'h and w"
in many years. Th-re . ,,. n.y f pro
visions to lat us um.i ii,,- rlv.-r opens.
Groceries are brlngitig from f.., p, 7:, cents
per pound on th'- :;v-r:i:'i. x .t butter
ati'l milk, which is sear.-... i:;t r M (,in-
niittiding from :
and Cariboo rn'
to V, p.-r pound. Moos"
11 is curling in in large
mines are siwiwing up
riiiatilit!. s. The
h.-iler than tlo-v
lid befoie tin- llrst of
I-cbriiary. and from the present Indica
tions then- will I,, our f th,. greatest
mining excitements here tins summer and
fall ever seen in any mining camp for a
long time past. As In the experience of
other places, some will make fortunes,
others a living, and the balance will be
losers and sufferers in the great game.
Claims far and near are being rapidly
located. J have just come In from an
eighty-flve-mlle sled trip which occupied
five days. The Astorlans who came In
lust fall are up and doing.
I. L. OSGOOD.
ARE SWORN IN
Second Com pan Oregon Nnal Kcs
mcs Duly Orynnlicd.
siikkim; .-.ri raits .maim,
W A. Sarrnss Clrctrd Comstiiilrr- (ieorije
Jnhssea. Srroad I inttasst. Itrrt
Ktddta. Thov Spcacff f ii.
Another enthusiastic meeting of the na
v.il reserve was held at the courthouse
last nignt. Those who had signed the ap
plication for memberhslp In the Oregon
naval reserve were sworn In by Colonel
Telfer. Forty-tine memlwr took the oath
and the second company of the Oregon
naval reserve was duly organised. The
company then proceeded with the elec
tion of officers, which resulted In the se
lection of W. A. Sherman, first lieuten
ant; Corse Johnson, second lieutenant;
Thomas Spencer, senior ensign, llert Red-
len. Junior enslsn.
It was moved nnd seconded that the
secretary be instructed to notify Adjti-
ant-(!eneral Tuttle that the second com
pany or tne tiregon naval reserve were
ready to ressnd to the call of the presl-
dent of the I nlted States to perform any
svrvltvsth.it may be rociuired of them.
Colonel Telfer, who presided, announced
that he had sent In his resignation as In-
spectlng orticer of the Orogon national
guarvl to bo In a position to offer his er-
Ices to the government.
A number of tlrand Army men were
present and Colonel Telfer suggested that
they might be admitted as honorary mem-j the I'nited S:,it. by Inner im.ni
hers and that provision Ive made for that ; might ho necessary or sum. tent, .m l
purpose In the constitution and hye-laws ; against nil comers.
at the next meeting of tne company. C. I "Such an alliance would nuke whollv
S Wright remarked that he would be glad for peace and wtthiti lis legitimate oir
to become an honorary member. post- would he Irrestst ihle. but If offense
Thomas IV.il.y made a few well chosen I should come, the tlrt .li.tt.-d guns nn.l
and patriotic remarks and congratulated by the romhtned Anglo. Atncric in fleet
the memlers on their organlxatlon. I might be the beginning of tn,ir.. ,.,!,
Lieutenant Sherman, who was electeil I than Ihe ohlectors contemplated."
without opposition as commander of the' The IVilly Chr.uii, lc -ointiienting ,.!;.
second company of the Oregon naval re- lorially on Sir Frederick fol... k s . tt-r.
si ne, made a brief address to his com-1 calls It "the wis. -t utteran- e i. t m i.,.
r ides Impressing on them the necessity I "a the subject,
of united action, regular attendance at
drill meetings or any other duty that thiy
mav be called on to perform to carry out
the objects for which they had been or
ganised. A patriotic and warlike spirit manifest
ed Itself throughout the meeting and
Lieutenant Sherman, as well as t'olonel
Telfer. Mr. IValey and other speakers,
received hearty rounds of applause.
The membership roll is still open to all
who wish to Join nnd anyone desiring to
Income a memtx-r "f the naval reserve
can do so by applying to the officer.
It was moved and seconded that A vote
of thanks be tendered Colonel Telfer for
his efficient service, the painstaking mai
n-r he showed In org. mixing the com
pany. I'heers were given with a will.
A meeting will h- held tomorrow night
at the otflce of Second Lieutenant lieorge
Johnson for the purpose of drafting a
constitution and bye-laws, which must he
nt to the governor for his approval. The
officer will be commissioned by the gov.
t-rnor as soon as these are approved, and
then nothing will remain to tie done but
equipment and orders for the second com
piny of the Oregon naval reserve to meet
NEW MEI'K aL DISCOVERY
A Positive Cure for Dyspepsia
This may read as though we were put
ting it a little strong, because It is geti-
(erally thought by the majority of people
that dyspepsia in its chronic form Is In
curable, or practically so. But we have
long since shown that dyspepsia Is cur
able, nor Is it such
llfflcult matter as
It first appear.
The trouble with dyspeptics Is that
they are continually dieting, starving
themselves, or going to opposite extremes
or else deluging the already over burd
ened stomach with "bitters." "after din
etc., which Invariably Increase
the difficulty even If In some rases they
do give a slight temporary relief. 8u h
treatment of the stomach simply make
matter worse. What the stomach wants
Is a rest. Now how can the stomach
become rested, recuperated and at the
same time the body nourished and sus
tained. This Is the great secret and this Is
also the secret of the uniform success of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. This Is a
comparatively new remedy, hut Its suc
cess and popularity leaves no doubt as to
The tablets will digest the food any
way, regardless of the condition of the
The sufferer from dyspepsia ac ording
to directions Is to eat an abundance of
good, wholesome food and use the tablets
before and after each meal and the result
will be that the food will he digested,
no matter how ha.i your dyspepsia may
he. because as before stated, the tablets
will digest the food even If the stom o h
Is wholly Inactive . To Illustrate our
meaning plainly, if you take yo grains
of meat, eggs or ordinary food and place
It In a temperature of W degrees, and pot
with It one of S'tiart's f)yspepln Tablets
It will diL'i-st th- meat or eggs almost
as perfectly as if the meat was enclosed
within the H'om.ich.
The stomach may he ever so w'-ak y t
these tabbts will perform the work .f
digestion and the body and brain will h'
properly nourished and at the same time
a radical. Ins'lng cure of dyspepsia will
be made b'-cause the mil' h abused stom
ach Will be given, to some extent, a
much ncdcl rest. Your druggist will
tell you that of the many remedies ad
vertised to cure ilvpepula none of th'-m
has given so complete and general sat
isfaction as Hniart's Dyspepsia Tablets
and not the P-.-iHt n Importance In these
hard times Is the fart that they are also
the cheapest anil give the most good for
the least money.
A llttl" hook on cause and cure of stom
ach trouble sent free by addressing H'uart
Co.. Marshall. Mich.
New arrivals In blouse front shirt waist;
18c, C3?, 75c and Sac each. Shanahan Dros.
FP.OM FOKT M'PIIKRSON.
Pirisacola, April pi. Company fJ, Fifth
Infantry, Is the first of the new troops or
dered to arrive. They came In Monday
from Fort M' I'herson, Atlanta.
FP.OM FORT P.F.NO.
fiuthrle. O. T.. April If). The Infantry
it Fort Reno left today for Mobile, The
avalry left for Chicamauga.
Columbus, ()., April 19 The Seventeenth
Infantry. Colonel Polland commanding,
rr.k.o oholwM Itada.audro aorost mhm
left the barracks this afternoon for
SasSlr I'rdciiih I'olUlt of Ox
ford Collt(o. I!nt!nml.
ax amji.o saxon ainymi
t 1 1 1 r J fcv Dim Tor I'r.icc rinM- tit t hr
Vmtil Pjily I'hroRklt I'alls il
Vlcn Ittcusic Mjilr,
- 1 London. Anrll lit .-The tviilv .'lironlcl,
pu.,he a letter from Sir Fred, rick Pol-
lock, corpus professor of Jurisprudence
of the university of Oxford, justifying the
attitude of the fulled Slates In the con
iroversy with Spain. ir Frederick In pan
"It would li, n superfluous and left
handed compliment for Finland to offer
assistance to the f nlle.l Stales, hut the
time has arrived for an Anglo-American
Inlenle or alliance which would do awav
for any necessity for arbitration treiiles
We are the other gre.it power of the
V'rtn American continent and tf
rigidly consider our position we ire . ,
ly concerned with the l'iilt.,1 State
to 1 f,.rlM.I Interferon, f ,iv f or
: m American affairs.
"The true kc ton,. of .m all.tnc
1 he on the - .1.. ..f 11,.. i- si ...1
! recognition of our co-. 0.1.1I t .11,1111 he.
I yond the Atlantic In the rlgM of I'an i.l a
I and our joint interest In ..s,-ludin Mum.
mutt complications from America On
our ,si,,, should l uiideMt,....! if not
1 formally express, . I ,, readiness to suooort
1 the Monroe d.vlrine In .-.injiin. 'Hon wi'h
WALL STHKF.T TKO'M'S
New York. April pi . W 1 .hiu.:t.. 1;
Cotinor said yesterday tint pledges
enough had be.-n aire idv se. ur.d to make
; it certain that th- re would he 111 d fit
fully In obtaining In cie of out.
I break of hostilities !!M Spam the re-
quired sum of ! t 0.1 f,,r the i.piipm. nt
j of a Wall Str-et regiment of hto men
1 No ofilcers had h.s n selected f .r the pro
' lectc.l regiment, he ,l..e.f hut 1 well.
1' known nilliliry man had ronsent.-d to he.
I come Its colonel if it shoul I t. ,l..ir. .
I From other sources It w is (earned the
j the proj.-ct originated i:h .oh. r Mr.
1 Connor or Theodore V M.rs and .01
U'ing hroa.h.d on the t! ...r ., the t... k
ci. -hinge la.t Friday or Siturdty was
j received with enthusiasm hv -he brokers,
(who Immediately pledge, ((,. ,r support
I The regiment w'll comprise th-e aillli
;ated with th- stock ex. hang.- at w,-! as
!ej,-harig.. numbers and their employes
IMitiy privates and not .1 f. ,,tt, ers of
'regiments ,,f th- national gu ir-l who
are engaged both m .,ud mar the
j ' Sir. ft" nr.- among those who have nl
, r. a.lv s-nt to Mr Connor ,,r Mr Mve.-s
' th.-ir applications for enlistment As th- y !
..re to enter the service of .- fill!.-.!
'ar.s as v.ihin'v. rs tn. v f.-. that ii. v
i.-in cons-lit th-ir own 1r. fer. r1.es as to I
I lit" organ. an. -ii wnh wh-.-h th.-y -hill
' atfitll.it- as BU. h volunteers M my of the
' bitihs hue in their . tnploy from ,,ne to
half a doj. 11 members of the national I
: guard and s.-y.-r il hank presidents, s .Id
-that if th-se .-nitiloy.-s or others should
I Join the pgitncnu their pla
'-.Uld h- ,
I , r ,n' m a" ' 'eir salaries would
I continue ilurltig th.-ir absence In the lb Id
KI'SSIA lll'YINi; .iiiirs
New York. April VJ.-X Tribune
patch from Washington .iy:
Ihe Kusshm government has pla.e, r-
d-rs for two !;'.) ton battleships In th
1 nlte.l states according to Information
which has reached the navy d.-Jartni.-iit
The new vessels are to cpial any afloat
or designed in the world and are to he
superior to anything In the fighting Mne
heretofore produced In this country.
They and all their equipment will he
American In manufacture as will as In
material. Th- Cramps will build the
hulls and machinery and the H.-thh-h-m
Iron Company the armor and the guns.
The Cramps are hurrying the battleship
Alabama for early laiim hlng to op.-n the
ways at their yards for laylrur down the
! k.-els of the Itussian shin.
M lit.: ,'iiltTI FIXATIONS.
New York. April I'.i A number of gov
ernment officials have h.-i-n inspecting
King's Point on the sound about two
mlh-s from i;r-atn- k. Long Island, and
II is said will construct .1 new fort at
the point. The latt.r Is not far from
Hand Point win-re Hie government has
-ome land and whir- It was report.-, I a
ro w fort was to be built. It Is now said
that the pi,,,, t er-ct fortifications al
Hand Point has 1 11 abandon.,! and that
the fort will be built at King's Point.
Alif IllllSiliil" ntKLANIi
April W.--A rohblshon Ire
land I'-ft tonight for his home In Ht. Paul.
Ho declined ho Iti'.-rvlowcd before his
departure as to the object of his visit to
New York or what he had done h'-r.-.
Winn a.-ki-d whether his visit had any
significance In view of the approa. hlng
war. In- said:
"I do not car.- to say anything about it
DAKOTA INDIAN TIIDI Itl.K.
Ht. Paul. April 1:1.- It Is the opinion of
ati army oflhlal that Colonel .-,,,,,, w
not have a sinecure as commander nt
the department of Dakota and It In hinted
that a large for, ,. f mlMtla will be placed
under his command. Advices have been
receiver! that Indians In the west are ulv.
lug evidence nf disturbance. Th.- braves
In Oklahoma are already participating In
"sun dames" and a dlsl tirberl condition
Is apparent In other parts, It thought
that the Indians will Dike 11. Wantage ,,f
the regulars' absence to become trouble
some. In case there should he an Indian
uprising the officers In the regular army
will he badly missed. They are fumllhir
wllh the Indians and know how to hu
mor ami threaten as the occasion do.
mands. If the rnllltla be ordered into
Service It In expected ),. several com
panies will be assigned to forts In the
CAN KKK TIIKIR JtiltH.
Han Francisco, April l!i.Thc police
commissioners of this city have adopted
it resolution declaring that In case of war
police officers who enlist will not loose
their places, which will be filled during
their absence by men whose appoint
ment shall be merely temporary.
lVitli tht iiu'tlnnl nnJ nmi!ls wlicn
Syninf picj-t is taken ; it is Icumui1
anI ri'l'iosliiuv; ioiIhi iiiHto, mill nets
cji'itilyyol tMititIy on lW Kiiiuvn,
I. IVlr iltlil llilWl'Is. I'll'IlllNCN tp HVH
tom ilTiv(iinlly, iliHpi'ls ihIiIh, luq'ul.
iiclu'i .iii.l foxi'iM niul oitii'K liiiliiiittil
itilisti;Hiiti. Jyrtii nf l lj; it tlio
otiiv rtMuisir nf it k 1 ml vvtT in-
lllli'lhl, I'lo.lsilll? (it ( (;sU Ullll III'.
i'i'(a!li' ti tlio Hliiiiiai-li, rtiiiiit in
its noti. hi mi l truly Ix-iu-rU i:il in iis
rlTivt.i, I'ri'i'dfisl mily from tilt most
hoa'tliy tiibl :ic-roi'.'ilii'siilmi:iii,-,.i it
IlldilV lAi'i'lliMit il:ili(ics t'oiiinipiiil it
to :tll :iii 1 li.ivo iniiilo it tlu most
uiMil:ir rt'iiiislv kmivt 11.
vnt of is for kjiIp hi Mi
cent ImiuIcs iy all liailin-; 1 rtitx -,'ist.s.
Any n-lial'U' ilniyjcrist vt lio
limy not liiivo it 011 li.unl will ,-,..
i'iiiv it iioiiiiy for liny om lto
w isln-si to try it. I'o nt a'i'l tiny
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
OKIISVHU. nr. HCW tO. H I
CI.ATSuP CiU'Nl'Y W.VUHANTS
Notice Is h rebv given li all partu s
holding Clatsop county warrants endorse!
prior to June J, lvi. to present the same
to the county treasurer at his nlllce, 1'.
Tenth street, for payment, Interest ceases
after this .late
Oat d Astoria, or, this P'.h day of
It C. TIIOMPSnS.
S T K 1 1 1 . 1 .t 'I -'lift- M I : KT I Si 1
The annual meting of the stockholders!
of the Astorli Ituild iig and Loan An- ,
elation. Hill he held at their office. No
111 Kl.'i.'iith street, Astoria luvgoii. on j
'I'll, s.lav. May It). lvt, for the purpose of
electing .lire, tors for the ensuing year and
the transaction of any business that may
come (.. for the meei.ng The election
jmll be by ballot and will be held from :
! p m. until p m.
Hy order of the hoard of directors
Attest K t. I.I'NIlAit.
V I. It .bh. S. retary Pr id- til
ASrtlCNLK 8 NOTICK TO CUKPITOIlrt
Notice I hereby given that the under
signed has this day been appointed as
signee of Hebet-ca Htrauss, an Insolvent
debtor. Creditors of the said assignor
are hereby notified to present their claims
under oath to the undersigned within
three month from this date at his place
of business at No. S7i Commercial sir set.
Dated this 11th day of December. PC'T.
Asslgnre of It.-becca Htrauss. an Insolvent
WAIt IS PKCLAHKO
Without further notice, against all who
try to Invade th" tailoring business with-
j out liny knowledge of the same, l.y . J
, Mi-any. who Is making suits ..n his own
j premises of fine casslnu-r. corkscrew an I J
diagonal good from 135 to p; fine pants
from f-l to HV I oma and s.-e for your- I
i selves No occasion to sen. I away fori
1 1 loth. to he made by carpenters and
i blacksmiths, when you enn ir. t tto'iu tiia.p-
t, t.H u,nrio,l. tnlloe Highest
ish price pa in rr tur sgina.
P. J MKANY.
CHANOK OF FIRM.
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed has this day purchased the Interest
of her co-partner In the firm known
the 8tar Grocery Company. The business
of said firm will hereafter be conducted
under her sola ownership and mansge
ment. under the same name and at the
stme stand, No. I't Commercial afreet.
All bills due by the old firm have been
assumed by her and all outstanding ac
count of said firm are payable only to
HANNAH M. OIIIHH.
Astoria. Oregon, April 6. ISM.
Mr. K. Rasmussen I prepared to do
up curtain In satisfactory style, (lood
work guaranteed. Leava ordar at Cleve
HOARD AND ROOMS.
Three or four rooms, with board, at
reasonable rate. Table boarder can be
accomodated. Mr. E. C. Holden, corner
Ninth and Dunne street.
SOCIETY ME BTI NOB.
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7. A. F. AND
A. M. Regular communication held on
the first and third Tuesday evening of
O. W. LOUNflliERRY, W. M
E. C. HOLDEN, Secretary.
II. T. CROHHY. " "
468 Commercial Btreet.
JOHN T. LIGHTER,
OlUce, upstairs, Astorlan Building.
C. C. JJROWER.
DR. O. R. ESTES,
P1IYBICIAN AND BURGEON.
Hpeclul attention tn dlsenses of women
Ofllce, over Dnnlgcr' storo, Astoria.
Tclephom No, 62.
J. Q. A. HOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Ollice, Rond Street, Astoria, Or.
Lit. JAY TUTTLE.
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
OfUce, room 6 and , Pythian Building.
5.11 V4 Commercial Btreet. Residence same.
Acting assistant surgeon Uulted States
marine hospital service.
H.irble and Granite
iriHOFF 4 MINAR,
Vi K. Morrlmn Ht., Portland, Or
..ALL KINDS Of. CEMETERY WOBK
1 a . .1 i "y.. k
PIHIII3U S OPBRA IIOUHB
Is. IC. HKI.Itl, Ierssos and Manager.
API'ICARANCIC OV Tltkl
In the following repertoire:
M AHTF.ll AND MAN
HIP VAN WINKI.K
T 1 1 II I't AMONl MY0TRR1
POI'I'I.AII I IIICEH
tl. 36 ml (0 Csnt.
When you buy a poor thing It worries
you as long a It lasts. Whrn you buy a
good thing you are glad of lha fr sitre
c-nts. or possibly dollars, you spent for It
every day you possess It. W have no
poor mean goods In our store Every
thing is the money s worth most abun
dantly You will be glad you bought It
her", and you will come gln. Our as
sortment of high grade spring HltoKH
cannot he approached hy any other slock
In lha city.
THE PARKER HOUSE
'orn.-r of N till I, mid AtU.r tn
Guesli RccclvcJ on American or
Wa hava been la the
la Astoria lor many jaart), taitat
which time th want f ear ewo
tomera have been thoroughly tatt
led and adequate preparatloaa
mad to tr.tet their every daaaad.
Wa carry th
Largest atock In the city. . .
and avary purchase wa rnaka has
tha approval f our maay yaarf at
prgftapna. iliS."1'-' JOHN HAHN.
The Latest Out
Just received the latest Incandescent
OAS IIL'RNKR. miiniifnctiirerl hv th
Eureka Miinufurturlnir Concern, which
will bo furnished coin .,1.-1 . nnd put on
with the best mantle made, tha "YXAL-
TA" for II.C0. t-nsurpiissed In Illuminat
ing power. Need no burning off.
W I Vllllv '' AGENT.
IRON AND BTEEL
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
FLOUR AND MILL FEED
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES
FAIRBANK S SCALES
DOORS AND WINDOWS
WAGONS AND VEHICLES
A complete stock of lumber on hnnd In
the rough or dressed. Flooring rustic
relllnx and all kind of finish; rnnldlnKt
and shingle. Terms rensonnhle and
price ut bedrock. All orders promptly
attended to. Ofllce and yard at mill.
H. F. L. LOOAN,
Seaside. Oregon. Proprietor
Bean th. Tha Kind You Haw Always Bought
Monday, April 18.
Change of Programme Nightly.
OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHtRS
HMulnr .Nornisl l uiirte of (hiee irsrg
,-.lor y..r whollv prut, as.oiial.
Irnliilng iep.riuo-i, of mi, aio-le ih AH chile-Ma
1.1! k &wtMr!x:. ' - -tAT
I ighi .ii--,,... I ttiili.il. lHH.ii, honid and lixiii,,. iu.
pro, ii, tel. i, 1 aVuo,w, ie
stiiilenu 1-j.ii.llni liieiiiM-ltei, .. m Hr year
A.'.lemlc (i!r , cre. U ium 10(1, i,,l.
t UI.Hjue. rD.., rmil .u, ,M, i.1,h,.ti..(l,
P. L t'AUI'IIKl.t., I'r.-.d.,,t, ur
W, A, WANS, hve tela r) of fuufly
There I an advantags In canned good.
Heat goods are taken In th height of
their season, rarefully selected and prop
erly canned. If we sail them we guaraa
te them. We watch the process of th
canning, know the material that I used,
and know that It Is put up propsrly. Whsft
II I opened for use you find It I fresh n4
well adapted for best us.
HOHH. IIIUOINH A COMPANY.
4M( t.tMir VN
llir, III drill. It
ThoroURh W orkin itiasVp
420 Commercial Street.
of th pudding I In tha
I aad lha proof of lloaot
IS IN SAMPLING
That' an aigumeat Ism'i
Ow will aland tha Uat.
HUGHES & CO.
Also fur Medicinal a4
Prlvat Block. Cream Ityo, Old Hickory,
j Prldo "t Kentucky ami Hnrmlbig; Bag,
o!J California Brandies,
Carlson's FamilyUquor Store
lOt TWELFTH HTRHUBT
J. B. WYATT,
Prion. No. ft Astorl. Or.a
PAINTS 1111,1 OIL.N.
Special Att.ntlon I'.lom Supplying Sato.
Portland Sivlna llnnk BIJji.
Also all l.lirlit
oa FUh Muo.
C. H. Orkwitz