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TDESDAY.. DECEMBER 10. 18S).
Couucil meeting, to-mgkt-maybe.
Entire change of programme at the
opera house to-night.
Real estate blanks
The Astoria:? office.
a specialty at
It looks as if there would be tickets
enough to go around, to-morrow.
The Transcript appeared last Sim
day morning in very creditable shape.
Dr. Turtle's new residence is about
completed. He expects to move in
There is considerable railroad ma
terial on the way, but it is not arriv
ing a3 fast as could be desired.
Considerable rain fell in this vicin
ity yesterday morning, but during the
day the weather was bright and pleas
, ' .
fer this evening, work in the P. M.
degree. Visiting companions cordi-
ally invited to be present.
It takes four tons of type for the
San Francisco Examiner's mail list
This is over a ton more than is re
quired for The Astoiuan's mailing
A half page ad. of Astoria, on the
second page of the Sunday Orcgo
nian looms up like a house afire. It
is to run eight times a month and
Dan Morris Sullivan and his com
pany gave a good performance at the
opera house last night, which will be
repeated to-night Reserved seats at
New York Novelty store.
The Southern Pacific has 1,400 tons
steel rails en route to Astoria from
Atlantic ports. These will replace
the remaining twenty-five miles of
iron between Portland and Ashland.
The funeral of the unfortunate Fritz
Johnson, who met so shocking a
death at Holt's mill last Saturday
afternoon, will be from the Presby
terian church at 230 this afternoon.
Well, how many votes will be polled
to-morrow; there were 979 in 18S7, and
716 in 1888, but last election day
voters had to swim to the polls, and
as there were no other officers than
councilmen, the usual interest was
The West Shore, for the current
week has an excellent article on the
improvement of the Columbia. There
are three very good views: one, of the
jetty' at tho mouth of the river, is
familiar looking and presents an in
telligible idea of the work.
Auy person having illustrated West
Shore's of the Astoria edition or any
other matter suitable for advertising
will please leave the same at the
chamber of commerce rooms where it
will be packed and sent off for distri
bution throughout the United States.
The Salem, Astoria, and Eastern
Railway company, organized in Salem
last Saturday, with a capital slock of
S200.000. That's business. Go ahead
and we'll stay with you. You're on
the right track and will succeed if you
make the exertion that the incentive
The first electric motor lino in Ore
gon is the line on the east side of the
river opposite Portland, running from
Third and G streets to central Albina.
The road was built with the hearty
approval of tho city government of
Albina, and the property contiguous
to it has appreciated one third in
At the last meeting of Beaver .Lodge
No. 35. L O. O. F., the following offi
cers were elected for the ensuing term:
N. G., C. S. Wright; V. G., R. W.
Kent; recording secretary, A. J. Meg
Jer; permanent secretary, J. Q. A.
Bowlbv; treasurer, I. W. Case: trus
tees, C. A. May, J. W. Welch and
John T. Flynn, whose advertise
ment of Grant's Pass appears else
where, will be in the city to-day. He
is an old Astorian, with a good reputa
tion for square dealing, and is justly
jubilant over the brilliant prospects of
Astoria and Grant's Pass, which is
also enjoying its preface to permanent
Regarding the flour mill project, the
matter is moving along all right.
Mr. Barnekoff, who has gone to Mc-
Mmnville, expresses a preference for
what is known as the Jos. Hume
property, comprising about three hun
dred feet water front, of which M. J.
Kinney is the owner. The matter will,
it is thought, be definitely disposed of
in a few days.
Talking of bunions, how about these
fire insurance rates? Are Astorians
going to keep on passing their sur
plus profits into the pockets of San
Francisco $10,000 a year gentlemen,
or shall we have an insurance com
pany of our own? Now, don't all
speak at once. If any one or two have
anything to say against the idea, these
columns are open to discussion.
One of the principal attractions on
Third street yesterday afternoon, was
the window of the "Mikado." N.J.
Bergman the popular proprietor, is
building up a fine business in the
manufacture of pure confectionery, and
in this matter of home industry de
serves the success he is achieving.
He has a number of specialties for
the holiday trade and invites your
From the looks of things, one of the j
first matters to be provided for wiien
we get that new charter, is to enlarge
the present boundaries of the city, and
have it at least embrace the peninsula.
If a man can get $50 a foot for his
land, and it is well worth the money,
he oughtn't to kick at having it
brought in side the city limits. The
Astoria of 1890 will be three times the
size of the Astoria of 1889.
City election to-morrow. Voters
must be entitled to the privilege of an
elector according to the laws of this
state, and must have resided in the
city for the three months next pre
ceding this election, and in the ward
in which they offer their votes for the
ten days next preceding this election.
The polls will be open from 9 a. m. to
6 p. m. Polls for the first ward at the
city hall; second ward, Turk's build
ing. The electric motor around the point
is "booming. Everybody along the
route realizing the value of tha enter
prise to them, is giving the right of
Tray. Beside this, there have been
subscribed Tip to last evening, $22,000
in gtibadiee., Uoatracts are in pro
gre;forthe raik and ties, and the
inteatojt3s:to begin tbe.work. of '.con-
struction about the the 10th of next
month. There is 200,000 in the en
terprise, and it is a go.
A committee of the board of officers
of the first regiment, O. N. G., has
been appointed for the purpose of
making arrangements for the errand
national guard tournament, to be held 1
m x'oruana sometime tins winter or
next spring. It is expected to offer
four or five prizes for the best drilled
militia company, and entries will be
open to any such organization in Ore
gon, "Washington or California. Here
is an opportunity for Co. "H."
Over 500 extra 'copies of Sunday's
"1989" edition were sold yesterday.
There are a few left for disposal. By
the way, extra copies of The Asto
riax's New Year's edition; should be
ordered before the 14th It is believed
that TheAstobiax of January 1st,
1890, will be the most valuable is
sue of a newspaper ever published on
the Columbia nver. That is the iu
tention, anyhow, and it is for the pub
lic to say as to the result. Orders for
extra copies, or for extra advertising j
space, should be handed in by next
Saturday, the 14th. There will be a ,
mass of facts, and valuable statistics.
etc., and it is the intention to put a
into everv newspaper office in
, the United States, and thus reach 63,-
000.000 neonle. This is the first time
mil it is the intention to put a I
000,000 people. This is the first time
TnE AsTORiANhas alluded to its forth
coming New Year's edition, and it will
not refer to it again. Meanwhile if
l x i - i 3 i.-. i
i,f ,. iioJ r.Aa, tv.-i.
out. iu aj, ui icoic uaicio iui tub
number of copies
vou waut before '
' The entire ed-
Saturday, the Uth. The
ition Avill be printed on
quality of heavy book paper.
Last summer a man answering to
the name of H. Ollenbeck, made his
appearance here, claiming to be the
agent of the farmer's and merchant's
insurance company, of Albany. He
went through the country, issuing
policies and giving receipts. On the
Nehalem he succeeded in getting
some money in this way, and in up
per Asforia also. Some suspicion
having been aroused, the Albany
company was communicated with,
and they promptly answered back
that he was a fraud, and was wholly
unauthorized to act as their agent.
But before this he had given receipts
to Jno. Pnmola, Wm. Lindberg, Jacob
Anderson, Andrew Latta and other
residents of upper Astoria. Sheriff
Smith got on his track, and last Sep
tember, heard of him in Eugene, but
before he could be caught tho fellow
had got away. He was again heard
of last week, in Portland, and last
Friday deputy-sheriff Hynes went up
there and secured the gentleman. He
arrived down on the Telephone yes
terday afternoon, and if half that is
alleged can be proved against him, he
is good for a sojourn at Salem.
Mrs. W. A. Stein has arrived from
Mrs. Christensou has returned from
Josiah West, of Clatsop, was in the
Mrs. J. Pinschower returned from a
three months visit to Portland, Sun
day. M. J. Meara returned yesterday
from a pleasant business sojourn at
Grand Patriarch W. H. Bentley is
in the city on a fraternal visit to
Ocean Encampment No. 13, 1. O. O.F.
MARINE NEWS AND NOTES.
Griffith and Knowles have bought
the steamer Mary D. Hume for-$25,-000.
The Alliance arrived from Gray's
harbor yesterday, with 2,000 cases
The schooner Juhu G. North ar
rived from San Francisco yesterday
to load lumber.
The steamer Fannie is bringing
large quantities of hay here from Free
port, on the Cowlitz."
The American ship McNear coal
laden arrived at San Diego, Cal. last
Tuesday from Newcastle, her log book
shows that an important discovery
was made during the trip. When
some distance east of Pitcairn island
the lookout suddenly discovered indi
cations of a shoal which does not ap
pear on the charts. Muddy water,
seaweed, drift stuff and numerous
birds were encountered. When Cap.
tain Warner, who was in the cabin,
reached tho deck, white frothy water
could be plainly seen denoting a shoal
from a. coral reef. The dangerous
place was given a wide berth, but
bearings were taken to locate its posi
tion for the benefit of navigators in
English as "Written in Engene.
The Hillsboro Independent asks
some pertinent questions of its board
of trade, which is to be, from which it
will get just as much satisfaction as
we do by asking of one which was, but
is not Register.
The favorable impression produced
on the first appearance of the agreeable
liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs, a
few years ago has been more than con
firmed by the pleasant experience of
all who have used it, and the success of
the proprietors and manufacturers, the
Cal. Fig Syrup Company.
Meral: Don't Fall In a Ditch When Drank.
Thomas A. Mills,70 years old, got
drunk and fell in a ditch near his
home in Grant county, and Andreas
Hanson came along, mistook him for a
wild animal and shot him dead.
The Y. M. C. A. open their lecture
course to-night. Everybody turn out.
A rich treat to-night at Rescue Hall.
A fine line of Holiday Goods.
Mrs. A. Kappleyea& Co.
Coffee and cake, un rents, at tho
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
Eerfumery, and toilet articles, etc., can
e bought at the lowest prices, at J. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident
Selling at Cost.
Mrs. H. A. Derby is offering some
real bargains in Millinery goods, and
Ladies would do well to see the low
fignres at which they can get goods at
her millinery establishment.
Booms to Bent.
Furnished, suitable for housekeeping
or lodgers. Apply at this office.
Oregon Xmas Cards, very neat and
pretty to send to your eastern friends
at Griffin & Reed's.
Griffin it Reed, will use Crosby's old
store as an annex to their present over
stocked quarters. A large stock of
Dolls. "W aeons and Toys of all kinds.
J can be found here.
Embroidery and Stamping, done to
order. Lessons given.
AN OPINION IN THE CASE
Rejpn-dins the Upper Astorii Survey.
At a meeting of the citizens of upper
Astoria held last Saturday evening,
the committee whom had been ap
pointed to inquire into the legality of
a recent survey, made report, submit
ting the following opinion regarding
the law in the case:
Gentlemen: We have considered
the questions asked us by your com
mittee, touching the validity of the
map lately filed by Mrs. Adair and
others of the donation claim of John
Adair and wife, wherein and whereby
an attempt is made to change the lo
cation of Jots, blocks and streets, in
the port of Upper Astoria, commonly
called Adair's Astoria.
We find that the port of Upper As
toria was platted prior to the year
1862 by John Adair, on the north half
of the said donation claim, which half
was set off by the U. S. government to
his wife; but on the 19th day of May,
1862, said John Adair and his said
wife by deed conveyed to T. P. Pow
ers an undivided one-half of said do-
"auon c'ain afna. m exPress reier"
ene to, thpl,at,of sa,lcUown-, . ,-
., v , i ' S -wch.c"i"c ovy,
aitl Jobn, A?8" -and fe ?nd said
pers all joined in a partition deed
hereui they partitioned all the lots
n " e " S pemuer 1000
and blocks in said towa and all the
land in said claim between said John
Adair and said Powers, conveying to
Powers all the odd numbered blocks,
this deed was recorded on the same
- t i or ion- i r .
uau-' -L,t-cemuer - -1000. at I)ae i OL
book 'C " record of deeds for Clatsop
co"nt t, , , T
un uiu uui uay ui .January, j.ouo,
John Adair filed for record the said
plat of said town. Prior to this date
Adair and wife and Powers had exe
cuted numerous deeds to lots in said
town and made reference therein to
the said plat.
In our judgment there is and we
think there can be no doubt but that
any defect that may have originally
existed in the platting of said town
has been cured by the said proceed
ings, that is, the fact that the north
half of the claim was the property
of Mrs Adair or that she had any in
terest therein, is of no importance
when it is considered that she has
joined4n deeds whereby property has
been conveyed with reference to the
plat, and not only that, she conveyed
an undivided one-hi!lf interest in the
town to Powers, and thereby irrevoc
ably ratified the plat and dedicated
the streets. It is immaterial that
Powers and Mrs. Adair did not join in
the dedication of record when the
plat was filed, they have made the
plat their own by selling with refer
ence lo it just as unequivocally as if
they had joined in tho written dedi
cation of record, and we are therefore
satisfied beyond question that the
town or port of Upper Astoria was
properly laid out and dedicated. It
follows from this conclusion that the
late plat filed by Mrs. Adair and Mrs.
Leiuenwebtr is void in so far as, and
in every particular wherein, it pre
tends to change, or if permitted to
prevail would have the effect of
changing the said original plat.
We are of the opinion that a suit
might bo maintained by property
owners under the original plat to have
the subsequent plat annulled and set
aside and the original plat decreed
We do not think that by not insti
tuting such a suit the rights of such
property owners can be injured, in
deed any act done by any other per
son or persons to which they are not
parties, cannot affect their rights,
yet should the present proprietors of
tho town proceed to sell according to
the new plat, most serious complica
tions will arise in the future.
December 7th, 1889.
The way to make money is to save it
Hood's Sarsaparilla is the most econom
ical medicine to buy, as It is the only
medicine of which can truly be said,
"100 doses one dollar." Do not take any
other preparation if you have decided
jo huy Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Real Estate Transfers, Dec. 9.
E. P. Thompson to J. A. Mclntyre,
lot 3, blk 11, and G, blk 12, Warren
M. Young and wife to D. J. Steiner,
lot 1 and 2, blk 13, Young's addition;
M Young and wife to R. L. Jefiery,
lots 1,2, 3, i, 5,0,7, 8, 9, and 18, blk
2, Young's addition; $615.
S. D. Dangworthv to J. H. Lang
worthy lots 31, 32, 33, 34, and 35, blk
4, Meriwether Downs; $350.
McTavish and Carruthers to C.
Young, lot 1, blk 64, McClure's; $8,000.
A. Hackleman to J. T. Gray, lot 1,
blk 10, McClure's; $3,750.
J. C. Dement to W. D. Baker
and Theo. Bracker blk 27, Dement' s;
M M. Dee to Marv J. Ward, 5 acre
tract Chelsea; $500.
M. M. Dee to L. Mason, blks 2 and
fl3, Chelsea; $300.
J. H. Mansell to Walter B. Wright,
20 acres. T 8 N R 8 W.; $1,000.
J. J. L. Ferry to J. Kelly, lots 6 and
9, blk 114, McClure's $900.
H. C. Thompson to Chas. Vers
lungs, lots 10, 11, and 12, Laurel Park;
J. T. Gray and wife to D. B. Mon
teith and A. Hackleman, lot 1, blk 10,
E. A. Noyes and wife to M. A. Mil
ler lot 23, blk 2, North addition; $55.
E. A. Noyes and wife to Geo. W.
Bender, lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, blk 3,
and lots 15, 16 and 17, blk 11, North
E. A. Noyes and wife to J. C. Court
ney, lot 22, blk 2, North addition; $55.
The tat est Out.
A Daily Through Car Service has
been established by the Chicago, Un
ion Pacific & North-Westcrn Line be
tween Portland and Chicago via Coun
cil Bluffs, thus offering to the public
facilities not given by anv other line.
"Tho Limited Fast Mail.'5 which runs
daily between the above points, carries
tho Overland Fast Mail, a limited num
ber of first-class passengers without ex
tra charge, and is composed of Pullman
Vestibuled Sleepers and Pullman Din
ing Cars. Portland to Chicago via
This is an other indication that the
Union Pacific is desirous of meeting
the requirements of the people. For
information in regard to this and other
trains on this line, apply to
E. A. Noyks,
Or M. B. Bozorth,
Agent O. R.&N.CO.
Or to A. L. Maxwell, G. P. & T. A.
For Fine Photographs,
Go to Misses Carruthers' photograph
gallery: Third street opposite Mor
gan & Sherman's.
There will be a grand hall at Ihvaco
on the 13th, inst. Tho Western Ama
teur Band Orchestra, of this city has
been engaged to furnish music for tho
occasion. The Steamer Volga will
convey Astorians to and from llwaco.
GblllreH CKry ftrPltcker's Castarla
GOOD WORDS FOR ASTORIA.
Candied Compliments From the Capital.
Astoria will have four railroads in
less than three years; work is being
done on two. of them now. There is a
chance for the thousands whose after
sight painfully convinces them of the
golden opportunity forever gone by to
make fortunes by "getting in early and
buying property in a first class sea
port which is at the same time a rail
The excitement iu regard to real es
tate at Astoria at the present time is
something remarkable. The real es
tate dealers are busy from morning
until night making out deeds, ab
stracts, mortgages and contracts, and
none of them pretend to show the
property they have for sale, their time
being entirely consumed with office
work, but buyers are not at all par
ticular, but seem to believe that any
real estate in or about Astoria is a
desirable thing to have.
A young lady from Oregon City
some weeks ago discovered that
eighty acres of land lying back some
distance from the water front be
longed to the government She at
once secured it and has since been
offered $8,000, and couldgetforit $16.
000. This activity in real estate is not
due to advertising or booming methods.
The activity in the real estate mar
ket began some three months ago by
parties from the outside, mostly from
the eastern states, coming quietly into
the city and investing largely in real
estate and returning to their homes.
This is supposed to have been caused
by information quietly having been
given by railroad men who are on the
inside to their friends who at once
took tho hint and purchased accord
ingly. But n hint is hardly needed
to convince men of the future of Asto
ria; a first-class seaport with a mag
nificent navigable river reaching every
part of the vast, rich, productive coun
try back of it and four railroads is
sure to make a city. Compare Asto
ria with Seattle and Tacema:
First It has just as good a harbor
and no other harbor within a hundred
miles, while all of Puget sound is a
harbor and in a few years a dozen
rivals will spring up for Seattle and
Second. Astoria has the best sys
tem of river transportation back of it
of any city in the world, and in these
two very important respects will never
have a rival on the Pacific coast
Salem Statesman, 6.
Tilbury Fox, M. D.f tho eminent medical
writer, in his work " Skin Diseases," thus ac
counts for the pimples so common to the
face and neck. Eating too rich or too greasy
food, or too hearty eating while tho ex
cretory organs are sluggish, causes in most
people indigestion or a dyspepsial condition,
which causes the blood to move iluggishly,
ad enfeebles tho pores. Tho result Is, that
the exuding secretions block in tho pores,
which inflame, each distinct inflammation
bolng a pimple. Dr. Fox therefore docs not
prescribe "blood purifiers" so called, but o
" dyspepsia cure" to be taken, to use his own
words " till the dyspepsial symptoms have
disappeared." Tho old idea was, that face
eruptions wero caused by a " humor in tho
blood," for which they treated tho blood,
giving tho mineral, potash. Joy's Vegotabla
Sarsaparilla follows tho modern ideas of Dr.
Fox, and alms with gentle vegetable altera
tives at tho stomach and digestivo organs.
Tho reason is apparent why it cures dyspep
sia and indigestion, and tho pimples and
skin eruptions which insult therefrom and
why sarsaparillas that Usi minerals fail.
Ah There! InVvr About The Mountain Toj.st
The Astoriax says it is ''down to
zero" in eastern Oregon. No such
thing; it hasn't been within thirty
degrees of zero yet in this part of
eastern Oregou. It is raining toads
in Astoria -now there! East Orego
A. Scrap of I'npcr Saves J8or Ufc
It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap
ping paper, but it saved her life. .She
was in the last stages of consumption,
told by physicians that she was incura
ble and could live only a shoit lime;
she weighed les than seventy pounds.
On a piece of wrapping paper she read
of Dr. King's New Discovery, and got a
sample bettle: it helped her, she bought
a larger bottle, it helped her more,
bought another and grew better fast,
continued Us use and is now strong,
healthy, rosy, plump, weighing 110
pound. For fuller particulars send
stamp to r. 11. Cole, Druggist, Fort
Smith. Trial Bottles of this wonderful
Discovery Free at .1. W. .Conn's Drug
store. The latest style ot (Jems' Boots and
Shoes at P. .1. Goodman's.
A I VI C K TO 31 OTlt K1CS .
Mrs. Wixsi.ow's Soothing Syr or
should always be used for children
teething. It soothes the child, tottens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
chohc, and is the best remedy for diar-rhoea.Twenty-fivR
cents a bottle.
Remember the Austin house at the
Seaside -is. open the year 'round.
A purse with a small sum of money in
it. Owner can have it at this ollico by
proving property and paying for this
Comfortable Rooms to J.ct.
Single, or en suite, at Mrs. P. .1. Good
man's, X: W. corner First and Madison
Christmas numbers of the London
News and Graphic, with large illustrated
supplements at Griffin & Reed's.
Ludlow's Ladies' $:.00 Fine Shoes;
also Flexible Hand turned French Kids,
at P. J. Goodman's.
On all Holiday novelties,
especially thoso Hue
Golfl, Sterliii, and. Oxilizefl
Now on sale at the extreme
low pnee of
WHITE HOUSE STORI
Cor. Genevieve and Chsnamus Sts.
S03IE PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS.
With the progress this city is mak
ing, and with the increased popula
tion which is expected here, more or
less poor and indigent people will find
their way here. There is at present
no provision made for the relief of the
poor with the exception of such as the
county affords. There are times
when immediate assistance is neces
sary. Such a case occurred a short
ago. Three or four parties circulated
subscription lists and our citizens
with their proverbial charity re
sponded liberally. "Who knows that
the moneys thus collected were handed
to the parties they were collected for?"
Would it not be better for some of
our good women to form a relief com
mittee, to whom such contributions
should be" given, and who would make
it their business to find out where
charity is necessary. Again, often
parties known to the relief committee
can find employment as laundresses,
nurses, etc., by which they can sup
port themselves and families, which
would be unknown to the public in
This is what you ought to have, in
fact, you must have it, to fully enjoy
life. Thousands. arc searching for it
daily, and mourning because they find
it not. Thousands upon thousands of
dollars are spent annually by our peo
ple in the hope that they mav attain
this boon. And yet it may be" had by
all. We guarantee that Electric Bitters,
if us'Hl according to directions and the
use peibisied in, will bring you Good
Digestion and oust the demon dyspep
sia and instead Eupepsy. We recom
mend Electric Bitters for Dyspepsia
and all dibeases of Liver, Stomach and
Kidneys. Sold at "0c. and 1.00 per bot
tle by J. YT. Conn, Druggist.
Repiar SepMicai Ticket
M. C. CROSBY.
For Councilman First Ward,
H. B. PARKER.
For Councilman Second Ward,
For Chief of Police,
V. J. BARRY.
For Auditor and Police Judge,
T. S. JEWETT.
For City Attorney,
C. J. CURTIS. "
For City Treasurer,
J. G. HUSTLER.
For Street Superintendent,
For City Assessor,
II. G. SMITH.
For City Surveyor,
H. B. THIELSEN.
For Harbor Master,
Repiar Demooratic Ticket.
J. P. DICKINSON.
For Councilman First Ward,
E. C. HUGHES.
For Couucilninn Second "Ward,
J. E. FERGUSON.
For Chief of Police,
H. A. SMIDT.
For Auditor and Police Judge,
WM. A. POHL.
For City Attorney,
For City Treasurer,
W. W. WHERRY.
For Street Superintendent,
For City Assessor,
THOS. G. BOELLING.
For City Surveyor,
For Harbor Master,
For Councilman 1st "Ward.
E. O. HUGHES.
For Councilman 2nd Ward.
J. E. FERGUSON.
Auditor and Police Judge.
WM. A. POHL.
For Chief of Police.
W. J. BARRY.
For City Attorney.
C. J. CURTIS.
J. G. HUSTLER.
For Snpt. of Streets.
THOS. G. BOELLING.
, For Harbor Master.
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All Those Entitled to
.Are Hereby Requested
If You Don't Get a Present
It Will Be Your Own
The Most Complete and
Finest Stock of Goods
Mial ClotMer ani Hatter,
Occident Hotel Building.
J. P. HYNES,
Water Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TELEPHONE NO. 7. - P. O. BOX S22
Furniture Moving, Carpet Cleaning. All
such work done quick and cneap,
Third door from Cas3 Street Fish Market.
WANTJBD.-General Agent by first
class house. No canvassing. Must
bo a rustler. Flno opening for energetic
man. Must give security and good refer
ence. THE BLAKE-HEYWOOD CO. C2
Flood Building, San Francisco, Cal.
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We Have a Limited Number of
Lots in this Fine Addition
Will Sell for One Week Only at
S1QO for Inside Lots.
S 1 25 for Corners.
KEEN & COOK,
You Have Been
Regretting Lost Opportunities
BENEW YOUB COURAGE !
ACCEPT PRESENT OPPORTUNITIES.
AND GET THERE ELI!
Or Wm. Loeb, about it.
re is a Gliance to Me Money
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
City Express Transfer Company.
H. p. Thing and C. E. Miller,
Headquarters at Main Street wharf.
TELEPHONE NO. 43.
A. General Express and Delivery Business
L Your patronage is solicited.
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