The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, May 24, 1901, Image 3

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    TUB MORNING A3TOKIAN. mi DAT, MAI 24, mi
The Morning Astorian
THLM'HONK 1(1.
All contract for ndvcrtiainK In
th Astoiiun ro maJo on m guar
antee of circulation four time
I urge r than that of any paper
pNbllNhcd or circulated In Qnt
nop county i
TOD ATS WEATHER.
I'UUTI.ANM, Muv 2.1.-WiItii Or.
atti iiti Wi-mi'ni WualiliiKt'm, VrMny,
Fit I r. xllnhlly wiiiniiT la Wivrn Or,
iron. K'tMii't'ii (firii, fair. K.iwt'fn
WmmIiIiikIoii and Northern' Malm, fair.
AROUND TOWN.
Sea Oaaton about harneaa.
Milk drool, our. Tnth and Duane Ht.
Kin hm-iiiii1n .1111 pli'kl" nuiy 1
hn1 Hi Juliimoii nroM
Choir ImporUvl ormiiarty
bloater at Juhnaon lip.
Ilrnt K'-rrnt mmU Rlalng Hun Reg.
taurant, til Commercial Ht.
Another lot of tin white anl blok
fiK Jut In at Johiiwin Ilroii.
The tug Hiiiiiixiii t-'ft out ynUTliiy
morning f'r iruyn II art) nr.
Threa Irat-olnaa barbora at tha Ocx-I-Cent
barbtr ahop. Host of service.
Japanraa gnnda of all kimla, cheap at
Yokohama Ilaiaar; fit Commercial St.
MnaliT l-Uli Wai'ilm Van Iuii himmiI
yc-mirluy In l'irtlani mi official linl
iicioj. Mr. IUmu wn U prrporM to do up
lain curtaina In rxl orjar, Ijrav or
dr at orrgun bukrry.
Tlii Vaklma Imii.i will iflvr an
ui "lull from Noi'ih Yuklin.i to Aiu.
rii Hiitiu.l.iy. July IT.
The Tinlx'tinon'" I'iiIiiii I'm kli'lt 'o
htm pl.t. r. I ii.-1 rii kx ailj"ifiliii( 'h1" I
It. A N. 1'N-k ill IUviumi.
it. T. i.. nan nan rmirnei irom
California inn! fan lr found at hi M
tjn. n the Muni building.
Thr I i -1 uf 111." . . nf .lilll.i'lt giv
i.ii l.v III.- -.t l:t..:i 'lut will Im li'M.I
I h ! iVfiiKiK at l'"nl A Sloki' hull
1'npila ulliiiii to tukr nvni.- I,.m..iiii
lining i hi iiiii"i.i' '. iwik'1 u,i kim'I"
work. Mpi'lv to MiM !' Ninth
!r-t
Th" t..in f.ir tin" -iihi rtii-(l.n of tin'
lnk t..ir for the Port rltnvrm wat'-f
cyKt'-m arrlvut yaipday from T-ti no,
Vnh.
Th Prltiah nhti Kul wx.. with a
i-nrijo f win-it for riilli. arrlvM down
lut night an. I will protinhiy p ui .n
liMlity,
Tou may have nerti better daya but
ni-yer i.-irr bitte-rn than Itl-Hi; try
them. Foard A Stokea Co.. illatrlliutlng
agent.
Th'' Kf ,hiit Kl.lrr Ifft out yi'Ntrr.lay
for San Priiiirlarn with a Migo of
nhiekN n n.l iiyntrra an. I a k ki. ,.ih..ii
Ker lll.
KHT 15-CCNT MBAL; RlSIftia SUN
HKSTAHHANT.
Wantud Kurnlahed rnttar or houn"
k'Ktiliiir roonrn by June. Outald f
hualnei dlntrlct invfiwd. v It. 0. 8
Axtotlan. x
Wauled wom4n to do family waati.
Iiik al family rld nei; (ffmd pay fr
Kood work. all at 4ra Urand avenue,
nifiier Nlnih Ht,
Orrrun purt ryt, Amwlrji'a rlneit
whUkey, Tha only pur gonda; cuar-
antned rich and mellow. JOHN I
CAIILHON, Suit AKnt.
John A. Montifomery haa opened a
ahop at 421 Hond atreet and la prepared
to do all claanea of plumbing and tin
ning at the loweat poaalbla rate,
V. M. Varr.-ti hna leaned the plunl
of the AtiH'i'lciui Hinr ounnery at II
wd.ii and la lining It for a atntloti to
buy flfli for hi" mid Htotnji" plintn.
ItoKlyn cnnl luata longer, U idenni-r
and makea lemi trouble with atove and
chimney fluea than any other, Oorge
V. Hiinhorn, agent: telephone 1.111,
J. M. Illam and 11. O, Il .g.-in have
horn grunted rortlfliUte by the Ktate
iHMtnl of biirlm-r eamlnera. The nr
mil munI Wll'V Hui'keT biia h-vn rt-
V'lkeil.
Contrary to expei'taitlona the Hghtahlp
waa n't (loate.J yeerdiiy aflernnnn, a
wan Xpert. 1 by Contnu-trira Iloherta A
Allitl. It la h He'll that ahe will b" In
the wal by tonight.
1r ('. W. Kult.m will hoi I a reecp
lion Iiik afternN.n t hT new home
The ititeiiiir la to Im de.-orated with
palnia and f.-rna and the Coluinliln or
rheiru will funilh mulr.
Nebo Dtmloo, wV Yum ben etnployeid
a opwator In tha roatw TVUtgraph of
flre Wt yeaUirdAy for (regym
(Tty, where he will aaaume tha man
agement of h cmpny' ofll.,
The t earner Calender will tako the
Naheotta'a run thla morning, the lt-
ter being laid up for rcpaJra, While
betwwn Ilwao and Fort Can by yea-
terdny a tlade of the propeller waa
broken, preaumably by fmring in run.
tt with a buoy atlahed to brnk-n
trap aiukm.
The filial itrrangemenia for the regrnt-
tit (rnnmlttiN will bw rruidi- ,t a npv a!
niHi'tlng of the 1'unh Club to tie ralM
bv rreeldiiil Kendall. Th report "f
the roiiirnlrte. which ra.tm'a the quar
antine fund for th ateamrr aiTvlce be
tween North Hhnre polma urid Axtorla,
will U- reielved.
A coiiervtttlv entlrruite of the wool
nop for the pre-nt yeHr la
;ir..oon,wo pound, valued at tX-
MHi.fioi. A prominent wwl ma.n la au
thority for the atiitetrM-ni that Hliniiiko
SITE Of FORT CLATSOP
WILL HE DKKDFU TO HISTOKI
CAL SOCIETV.
Monument Will Kvcntually He
Greeted Where Lew la and
Clarke Spent Winter.
The negotlwiina afartM taft Auituat
by tlin )reg,on MlatorlcaJ HocHy for
the ac'uln-iii'iit of the alt where IwL
and CI irki ar"nf the winter of 1H05-B. at
Fort Clutxop, will be concluded within
the next lay or two. O.-orif" H. Iflmt,
uiiHlHtiint m-rretary of th? aocly, ar
rived from Portland laa: nlarht and will
Iay nvnr the- purchniie money a 'on
la running The Ihillca a rl'e fUIV for lea th rpdlmlniiry nurvey m made and
A l.la tlmb -r land ti htm lurt been
c.neiiminrfl"l it Ciainioti'dla, Wueh., bv
which i'. F. U'h'te tranfer bind In
tbe vicinity of Klniii for K)0.ft(H-. C.,n
aioKiii in J V. For-liiey, of Mlcblg.'in.
la the inin ha'r.
Mr. c. it Wad.', of IVndl. ton, an I
Mm Mnrah I'.vutia, of ( tow-ego. who are
r"Ttlvelv tir-fil.l.Mit and m-cr.tary ..f
the atlte f.-d.-rnlloii of Womiin'a Club"
nr- fXp'Tte.! l . j.rr'.v to-luy and win
be the KU'-aiH of Mia I'crry Trulllng'-r
dili'liitf ibe'r vllt h'Te.
"'.inland !h fourth III the llwt ,,f wbeiit
I'xp.n-iliig i.irt fur th.- month f AfoH.
then- liuviiif li.-.-n lili!ed from the
iiuinbiii ii.fni.rtim buaheiH. ii.-tnK r.o:i..
I'M bimhel ncr. Hi in Hun Kr.im lH.-o
rii thr III. " and'oK Hi"' en th"
nr - N-w i i Imim. New York and
II. hi.
Tin- nt.M- draw for the Walluxkl i
lirldKe arrived oil the train yemerduv I
evening It will U- taken up on ai
barif- todiiv or tomorrow and put In
pl.K e im xbhi ax i wxlble. A a Work
on the i .-mi nt pii-r l now well under
uiv. It la believed that the brldg" w'll
r.ndy for travel iniide ..f ihr e
w .-ek
Th- . It. A N. I'o. haa made n rale
of Kij fr.mi A"! wla and Port bind for
the I'an-Am -rl.-an exponitlon at Huff a -In.
TU k.-t will be on KUle timi and
thirl Tu-a.lay. June to October. In
clualve The- tl,k'-ia mut1 be uwd
f.-r ronllntiotiii iMUMnite going, but alop
overa vlll be- ull.i.ve.l wlttlln fliwl limit
returning.
Th- ni-i.'hlnlata of thla cltv have form-
e.! a local tirnn.-h of the International
Aaa.N-lnti.m of M.i. hlnUi. The I.m-hI un
ion ha n chrtr mi-nil" rehlp of "ven-t.-en
and U It. Thomii wo" H-vied
nre'l 1iiit. Heretofore miu hml.ia cm
ployed In I. h ii Hliopa have affiliated wllii
the r.ritland union. The airlke at th
At.o!i Iron Work l atld In f..rre
and from ill algn will not be aeith-d
for "nine time to come.
the honor of being thf chief Hhlp;'ng
point for the Induntry.
The nloalng aeanlon for thla term of
thif manual training arho'H uwl'T ITof.
I. P. Dyer, will h held In the pariah
acho4 rom of (Irare church, Hatur.lny
morning. May 25, at o'i-Pwk. All the
frlenda and imtrona of the arh'ol are
cordially Invited to vlaK the a. hool any
time Haturday morning.
HKARONH Ftm DBCUNINO.
Praldent Fortrnan Not Unlng Promo-
ii-ra N.tit".
The ofHi-laN of the Abik i P.u k'TH
AaeiM-lailnii have g!v.-n their r.-aaotia
f..r declin ng to a. ll thejr IJ.tyiO.OoO worth
of e-i'Mk to the iinffmy avnll-ate f'r
lea" Ihnn I'l.CoO.dOO. and 1he following
Interview In reprinted fivm the .New
York C.iinincrcbil:
"The .l,m rrioJ wi.u) I have Ih"-'h
a Klu,d thing for the promoter", but not
f .r our aiiM-khold.-m.
"Now aa 'o the f.u-ia I'lioui the n,il-
mon cnnn.-rlc" Itmighly apeiklng the
prick la nli.iiit 3.iU.iion -iiaea n ye.tr
"if thla inai.aai i-j-h nlMtlt l.iaal.faifl
will come from Ili1il-h territory and
ikmi.ih-n-i (r on American
"f ihe pa. k on llriilnh t'-rrltry ih
promoter have few option, and n' the
Ahik.i I'a. k.-r .Va".H-.1iiilon' l.tWi.tNiO
tliev have :io i.:oti.
"Iteviirdimr :h.- r.-m lining -attcting
l.non.noo ,., Mo! ki'.rw. We are n a
wry i.rh-r ni" cm. !tl..n. and can
no r-i..ii to "e! -x,-e;it f.r a fut offer
of caah.
' W'f .ire not enjn jol !n the r-cup i-
il..n uf llnlrig the nenia of the promo
ter". It m.tv h- wild, howev.-r. that
".mi- if (he at.ii-kh iblt-r thought the
coint.lne'" ..ff.-r a gied ie. On the
oiImt hand, th -re- w,.p many who eould
not iec It .a that light."
tlin dee )" madir out. Th "lie in a pirt
if itirt Hhuir donation land claim and
n now hel l bv a m'Ttgajf! company,
w'hl-h givo the aoclety an optl.fn on
the thn-;- nrrr I mm. -d lately "iirround
Inir tho original "lie of tlw fort.
N funda are avallfble at nreaent for
tin Btiprorirlate morklng of the "(Kit
but Mr. Illmea "aid lam. night that In
tlm a monument commemorating the
hlHtorl.'. fx.-t t-onnected with the "lie
will be erected. A monument fommlitee
alr-'udy In xi"tenre. the late lwla
Herkeb-y Cug having ben Ita chairman
up to the time of hi" d-ath recently.
The aoclety hone to obtain aome fund"
from the prordfl of the Iwla and
Clarke centennial, to Ik- h.-I J in Portland
In 190.1, and th additional money nee led
will be rained bv private "uteTlPllon.
1 he nhiiift will rout aevi-ral thou"and
dolUra and It rrectlun will be In line
with the plana of :he HlKtorlraJ Socio
ty for marking wveral eliea lonnev-ted
with the erirly lila'oty f the "tate.
The m-inum-nt rec-ntlv unvell.-d at
Chamtioeg waa the f)rt tep In the
nlnn and oth.-rn :ir- to follow. Trie
Fort I'litaip al'e va located through
cir-ful in'iulrv. aided bv ihe narrantv
if the I-wa and Clarke farty, HuPple
nientiHl i,y th'- teatlmonv of early iiet
tb-ra who llve-l !n the vlctnltv b-fore
the bull. Ilng of the original fort di
aon-ari-d.
Another alt. lo be acquired by the i.
cb-ty near Walla Walla wan the pivotal
ooiut In a great butle foiigh; between
the Indiana and the cmbined forci-i
of fir-gon ami Wahlngton. In th!
mailer the "ocb-ty ho;.e to be abl
t i work In en hind Ion with the Wa-h
Invton nuthorlt 'H and 1-p will be tak
i-n looking toward the .ipproprlatinn by
Pint t.ve of fund f .r 'h r.urr.'
The Hlatolical Hoclctv received an ap
tirofiriatlun from the last Oregon leg
la tare of $.1000 for 't work during the
tiilrg two year. Thi I mjppl'--ment-d
by dn.-a from member the numhr
now being In ex. -en of TOO, from tw-n
ty-elght countM- In the Mate.
ahout a length and a half which will
place her In a poafcbgi to be floated
without trouble. Captain Iloberu came
over from the acen of operation lal
night and aald that the work waa pro
greaalng aaUafartorlly, and that tht
h!p would be In in river off Att
rl Saturday, Itepalra that are to be
made will probably .take a fortnight
for their completion and then the Hght
ahlp will be ready fo go Into aervloe.
The mjcceaaful fulfillment of the con
tract nor Ita a llatlnct departure In the
nnndllng of atranded ahlpa. The plan
by which the Hghtahlp waa moved from
Halter'" bay to the Columbia la believed
to be ahaoluMy untried before, no lm
llar caae being known to "hipping men
bene. Hlnce the work began In March
there haa not been an accident of any
aort on the trip acroa the land. Not a
chain broke, not an employe waa hurt
and the contrartoni are decidedly plead
ed with the reault that ha been attain
ed wl'.h :hn hlp.
MEETING WITH SUCCESS.
Another Stelnway Piano Sold ln Aa-
toria.
E. P. Johnaon. of the Portland firm
oi Home Hroj. & Johnaon. who ar
agenta for the Ht-Hnway planoa. haa
been meeting wl'.h ducce in Aatoria.
Veaterdoy he cloael a contract whereby
Kdwin Hobaon purchaed a Stelnway
biby grand piano, whloh I" one of the
beat Inatrumenta manufactured by the
famnua house of Stein way and Son.
The Stelnway piano are known tbe
world over for tlHr points of excel
lence and superiority and the many
teatlmonlal from prominent artlata the
world over lear out the aaaertlon that
there la none like the Stelnway. Any
one desiring Information regarding the
Stelnway piano can ad-lrea Soule Bros.
A Johnson. 3?6 Washington SL. Port
land. Ore.
THE PLACE T BUY
CANNERY SUPPLIES
FISHING BOAT SUPPLIES
BUILDING MATERIAL
SEWING MACHINES
AND FARM IMPLEMENTS
WHERE DO TOU
TODR
St.
loll li:i!S A HE INTERESTED.
Iuil M.-n Wmt to .ntml C"nai
Huxttic'.
waj, Miiaaiiaiiiii ia 1 1 aa i mm
I II wi
WE
Portland wh lnale men and Jolilx-rs
an- tiar:i-ul.irlv lnrt-d in the cae
now (M-ndlng lH-fore the Interstate '"otn-
merce conimll.n In Washington, in
which the Huslni-m Men's Ieiigue. of I health there Is no :ne.lclne like Hoa-
f-cnd a nrnrED trbaspre.
A man n a small town In New Jersey
recently found a burled treasure In his
yard, which no doubt had been left
there by one of Captain Kldd's famou
crew. A fortunate find, Indeed, and
"uftli'l.tu to enable him to live happllv
the "v-U of hi day provided of course
he his gnod health. To obtain good
STORE
OP
SPECIAL
REDUCTION
SALE OF
MEN'S
CLOTHING
St. to'ila. ,ik that railroads running
to the IV'Iflc coast shall .reduce freight
rat -i and cirrv m'-X'-d rar-lond at th.
Mine j-a-e ID app!leil to straight rar-
loud. The Astorian f.rtnted a dispatch
re.-ently giving ihe f.u-ts of the cne.
Its Iniportan will be far rea-hlng If
the c. intention of the St. Lnjls organ).
xatlon I "iit iln-d.
If ih.-y were carry th-lr jiint It
would almplv mean that the P. If).-
ennat J.il.le-r would have to go out of
bualnes. The hotl' from St U.UU
and Chicago would send their travel.
era out here t i take order". If tht-v
coul. I n.t get a ciui.md onb'r from a
firm they would combine with other
firm and aeii I out the goods ln mix
ed curl. Mil lot at the sime rate a
atralght carload, if such a state of
affairs existed Pacific con.: lohbers
could not compete with the whohsal
era of that section of the country.
tett.-r' Sto n.vh Pitters. It sets things
right in the "tnm.Ach. an! regulates the
bow.-l. If you are nervous and worn
out you should try It. It will brace
you ur. it Is a spl n.1ld tonic and will
cure all st im.ich. ilver and kidney d!a-
ord.'rw. Olve it a trial and you will not
be di ipMnted. but he sure to get the
irenulne.
$10 00 Suit for $ 8 50 : $16 50 Suit for $14 00 :
$12 50 Suit for $10 50 : : ; $18 00 Suit for $15 25 : ;
$13 50 Suit for $11 25 : $20 00 Suit for $17 00 ::
' $15 00 Suit for $12 75 : $22 50 Suit for $19 00 ;;
Remarkably low prices prevailing on bigb class
clothing for man and boy. Look over this list
carefully and note tho opportunities for buying
nt a great saving. :-
I. It. & N. IMPROVEMENTS
lagging IJne to He Ruilt at Early
Pite.
The I. R. & N. Comiiany has been
making extensive improvements at H-
waco Bnd will make a determined bid
for tbe summer patronage. Superinten
dent J. R. ttoulter. of the road, was
In Astoria last night and In an Inter
view with an Astorian reporter said
thit extensive impmvenwntf had been
made t the dtx-k. the grade having
been reduced two feet. with the re
sult :f strengthening the trestle nrd
dock. An addition f.OxMl haa been
built at the passenger landing. Imme
diately adjoining the present warehouse.
The road will commence running ex
cursions thla coming Sunday and will
hive boat connection with the Hassalo
between Astoria and Shoalwater bnv.
The active construction work of the
line to be built for hauling logs fr,.m
snoatwnter Pay to the Oolumbla will b.
commenced at an earlv date. The spec
HVn lions have been Ittsued, piling and
logging trucks have been ordered and
preparation aiv- on foot for complying
the work a soon a possible. Superin
tendent Ooulter said that It wis the
Intention of the company to make the
business at Shoalwater bav tributary,
as far as possible, to the Columbia
river.
TREASURER'S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that there are
find In the city .treasury to pay all
warrants drawn on the general fund
and endorsed prior to December 1. 1900.
Interest will r?aj!e after this date.
F. J. CARXBT.
City Treasurer.
Astori.t. Oregm. May 23, 1901.
CHEAP EXCURSION TO THE EAST
VIA O. R. & N. CO.
To St. Piul, Minneapolis Omaha.
Council Rluff. Leavenworth. St. Joseph
and Kansas City. $60 round trip. Tlck
eta on sale May 20 and June 7. Return
limit R0 days; stop overs en route. Full
particular, berth rvatlon a. etc., at
ticket office. O. K. A N. dock.
WILL HE FIOATED TODAT.
Lightship Now Lying With Her Now
In the Water.
The lightship will be floated at high
tide this afternoon. She is now lying
with hr nose In the waters of the
Columbia and today will be moved
Just
TO
Remind
You
HAVE TOU TRIED
A. W.SHIPLEY?
65 Commercial Street.
DO YOU KNOW
That he gives you the best there
la to be had In the city for the
leaat money? Piac an order
once and see.
IS AT.
"vnBiwav vaiv at aiui
Astoria. Ore.
European plan. Sor to tMM aer aaf.
American plaa, flXO l 12.90 per day.
i, ..
The Esmond Hotel.,
PORTLAND, ORE., FRONT AND MORRISON STS.
OSCAR ANDERSON, Maa.inr.
J. C PKNDK6A8T, Chief Clark m
ZEALAND
INSURANCE
Jl
COMPANY
Of New Zealand
W. P. THOMAS, Mgr., San Francisco.
UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF SHAREHOLDERS
C. W. BARR DENTIST
Successor to Dr. Ball.
673 Commercial St.. ASTORIA, OR.
TELEPHONE. RED 206L
THE LOUVRE
The headlines of the program at the
Louvre this week, are the clever and
amusing Irish comedians, McSorley and
Whitney, who come to Astoria well rec
ommended, after successful engage
ments la the larger cities an the coast.
GO EAST
VIA
Subscribed Capital, -Paid-up
Capital,
Assets,
Assets in United States,
Surplus to Policy Holders,
$5,000,000
1,000,000
2,545,114
300,000
1,718,792
Has been Underwriting on the Pacific Coast ovei twenty-two yean
SAMUEL ELMORE & CO.
Resident Agents, Astoria, Or.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
ft
f
MONnOUTH, OREGON
Fall Term epeni September 17th.
Tbe students of the Normal School are jrrpw
to uie the Mate Certiorate inmtdlately oa gradu
ation. Kndaates readily secure toad pealtfoaa.
Expense of ve ar from $126 113.
Ftroof academic and Professional enanea.
Kew hpeeial Department In Manual Traiaiaf .
WH Equipped Training IXpanmm.
For Catalbgiic conlalnlDf lull annenaw
addreM P. L. CAMPBELL.
Or J B.V.BCTI.IR, FseaMcat.
Baa y of Faaalty.
(timmi m
mm in TULing
ASTORIAN PUBLISHING CO
SHORTEST AND QUICKEST LIKE
PKOM A LOVER OF TOETRT.
ASTORIA. May 23-Eaitor Astorian:
I cllppi'd the following 1'nes for the
amusMnfit of your rfiulcrs who arc
thtnkinur of using a tn writer They
ar from the Oulf Churchman, a ra
jvr print '(1 at Corpus Chrlstl, Texas:
I hive a new typ-ewritcr.
An nil It Is my delight
To putter on It gnllY
Ami wile, and wrHe (nl White?
It 'ildss inE in mv Iavrs9
When I (m in Working vhn
It maVcs ft A GRRaa lmproveMnt4
1 write So verY PlA1n.
I write So vErv Plain.
It nlVrates sosohr- 12311k "3F9(1
that wln'ti yli't find you'ri' stucKy
and Cannot (INd tho lctt-4cr
.lusr OJali and tmsT to HVk;3).
It' ICusy Vry cjhY
To onorAth.' It then .'ff,U"Kflk(
Now wht?r? on earth's tha: colm?
fllvE nieemy Ink and pi-n!
W. S. S.
THAT WE SELL
..Granite Ware..
S. DANZIGER
REAL ESTATR TRANSFERS.
R. Livingstone to Jessie M. Samuels
lot 17, block 4. Railroad AdJitlon to
Ocean drove; 100 .
P. C. and Klla McMillan to W. R.
and M. M. McKarlane 160 acree in sec
tion 12, township 7 'north of range 6
west; $24'K.
Basting Spoons
Milk Tans, 2 qt .
Pudding Pans, 3 qt,
Wash Basins,
Sauce Pans, lipped, 2 qt.
Sau e Tans, Covered, .
Gem Tans, 8-hole .
Koast Pan, 9x13
Dull Pans, 10 qt, .
Tea Kettles,
$ .05
.10
.15
.15
.20
.30
.25
. .35
.40
.50
571 Commercial Street, Astoria,
St.Paul, Dulath, Minneapolis Chicago
and All Points Beat,
DAILT TRAINS; FAST TISIE; SBB-
VICE AND SCENERY UN-EQUALED.
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers,
Dining and Buffet Smokfttg
Library Cars.
Tickets to points East via Portland
and the Great Northern Ry on sale
at O. R. & N. Ticket Offloe. Astoria,
or Great Northern Ticket Ofnce
lai THIRD STREET,
PORTLAND.
For rates, folders ad full Informa
tion regarding Eastern trip, call on or
address,
A. B. C. DENNISTON,
City Pass, and Ticket Agent Portland.
A familiar name for the Chicago.
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, known
all over the Union as the Great Railway
running the "Pioneer Limited" trains
every day and night between St. Paul
and Chicago, and Omaha and Chicago,
The only perfect train in the world."
Understand: Connections are made
with all transcontinental lines, securing
to passengers the best service known.
Luxurious coaches, electric light, steam
heat, of a verity equaled by no othe.-Ii.ie
See that your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any point
In the United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them.
For rates, pamphlets or other infor
mation, address. ft
J. W. CASEY. C. J. EDDY.
Trav. Pass. Agt., Oen. Agt.,
PorUand. Oregon. Portland. Ore.
Foley's Honey Tar
Deals lungs ana stops the cough.
r
funnies
in work nunm
at tiii it is imm
Cor. Tenth and Commercial Streets
Telephone OI.
KOPP'S BEST
A Delicious and Palatable
Drink Absolutely Pure
The North Pacific Brewery, of which Bottled beer for ramllr use or Um
Mr. John Kopp Is proprietor, makesbeer supplied at any tine. Deliver
beer for domestic and export trade, ln the city free.
North Pacific Brewerg
PacificNavigationCompany
Steamers-"Sue H. Elmore." "W. II. Harrison"
Only line- Astoria to Tillamook, Garibaldi, Bay City, ilobsonville.
Connecting at Astoria with the Oregon Railroad k Navigation Co. and
also the Astoria A Columbia River R. R. for Sac Francisco, Portland
and all points east. For freight and passenger rates apply 1-.
Samuel Elmore & Co. General Agents, ASTORIA. ORE.
( 0. R. N. R. R Co Portland.
Agents '
(O.R.&.N.R.RC
i k. AG. R. R. Co.,
(B C. LAMB. Till
Portland.
Tillamook. Ore,
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PORTLAND
PORTLAND, OR.
? The Only Plrst-Class Hotel In Portland
THE ASTORIAN
Delivered at your office, store
or residence, 60c per motith