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CITY AXD COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
Itatl estate blrrnks, leil blanks, etc.,
itt Tun Astomax office.
The Astoria Street Railway Uo. was
miming a construction tiain yester
TOte subdivision of block 2T, Shiv-
ivV. was lilcl vesterdav in thpcountv
rlerkV office, by W. L. itobh
The lisrht or a new electric lamp in
front of JJncker's restaurant is a great
improvement. Progress indicates pros-l-riiy.
There -vyi 1 1 be a grand ball given by
the Astoria Amateur drum corps oil
the 17th of this mouth, at Liberty
hall. IJuy a ticket and help the boys
Four more uufortuuato Chinamen
who had been arrested for opium
smokiug failed to appear yesterday be
fore the iolice judge, and so forfeited
The funeral of the late William
(inlk. who was drowned on Young's
river lnt week, will lake place to-day.
The circumstances as developed made
an inquest unnecessary.
lohn Diinson of Deep River, who
lias leon at the hospital for some time
MtiTering from kidney disease, died
last Thursday at that institution. The
funeral will be at Deep River to-day.
lohn Kopp'siee factory is now in
active operation, and he is making a
god article that is meeting with
ready sale, lie will deliver it to all
larts of the city at very reasonable
Six young ladies from the Astoria
Select School will engage in an elocu
tionary contest for the Dcmorcst med
al, at the Rescue hall, this evening.
The exercises will commence at eight
Adolph Johnson has been sued by
Chas. Johnson for the sum of S101,
which the plaintiff claims is due him
on a promissory note which Johnson
made out to "him on the 21st dav of
Tim Cadigan, the bruiser -or rather
the bruised -is still suffering from a
swelled head, and his trial is post
Ioued until he has sufficiently recov
ered from thisaflliction. Meantime he
reposes in his cell.
School director J. "V. Welch, of
district Xo. IS, has a large, fine map
of the United States, on which he has
been puttiug new rollers. lie will
present this to the school, a gift "which
will le duly appreciated, and be very
useful to the scholars in general
Mr. Cheibe and his brother are in
the city anil will soon establish a cigar 1
factory in this citv, at Conrad 13uch
ter s old staud. This will bo No. 148,
district of Oregon. These gentlemen
ought to do well. There is ;is much
money sient for cigars as for bread in
Astoria oven- dav.
Mr. G. IS. llegardt, in charge of the
government work at Fort Stevens, ex
Iects to begin active operations in a
week or so, and is busy arranging for
the resumption of work with a large
force of men. The appropriation of
$iiWXK) while not exactly filling a long
felt want, enables the work to go ahead
without serious delay.
One evening recently a young lady
visiting from a neighboring city asked
a young gentleman it he could trans
pose the letters in "enough' so as to
form two words which mean not
enough, lie took pencil and paper
and struggled over the problem for
MiKucjlnue, when suddenly his face was
illuminated by a look of holy joy.
The characters stood out before him
in this ferm: 'one hug.'
Urn lir t t!i -lanzanit-i."
The Mauzanila will remain at her
wharf r.r about a week while the pro
eller shafting is being repaired. For
some time the middle section has been
loose and tlie coupling weak. Captain
Rhodes of the United States navy,
who is the lighthouse inspector for
tliis district, was down yesterday from
Portland, and advised that it be re
Iaired. At first it was thought that
it would ho necessary to take the shaft
to Portland to bo repaired, but the
work can le done here.
It is well that the repairs aro made
now, as there w;is danger of its giving
out when at sea.
Deputy sheriff J. J. Ivenney has re
turned from Salem.
J. F. Warren, of Knappa, was in
the city yesterday.
Mrs. Robert Ball came down from
Portland yesterday to visit relatives.
Mrs. F. Grosbauer returned from a
visit to Portland yesterday.
District Attorney McBride finished
his work at the session of court last
evening and returned home.
Marshall Martin of. Walla Walla is
in the city looking at the desirability
of investing in real estate.
Mrs. A. B. Sharpstein, accompanied
by her sister, Miss Annie Pope, arrived
tlown on the Telephone yesterday.
H. A. Smith yesterday sent to TJ. S.
marshal L. T. Barin his reignation as
deputy U.S. marshal for this county.
"Messrs. Crawford tlnd Cunningham,
two Kansas capitalists, are expected
in a few days to make permanent loca
tion in this city.
B. F. Groat and J. Merrithew, be
sides several steerage passengers, went
down to San Francisco on the Oregon.
The "way the real estate transfers
have footed up this -week is very en
couraging. Nearly $70,000 was the
record yesterday. Tho million mark
36 near at hand and will be crossed in
a few days.
Tmr FIbc Fkteffraplts,
Go to Hisses Carra tliers' photograph
jSllcry: Third street, opposite Mor-gaa&ShernanV.
A Quarter of a Million iu Bonds on
tie Way from to Tort
TO AJtJtU'JS AIlOUTJHOXJi.il' XEXT
Mention "was made in The Mokxixo
AsTOitiAN a few days ago of an agree
ment between the directors of the As
toria and South Coast Railway Co.
and representatives of the Pacific Con
struction Co., whereby the sum of
$G0,000 in bonds of the first named
company should be placed at the dis
posal of the construction company, in
consideration of which the latter com
pany obligated itself to expend a cer
tain amount in construction of the
road to the Seaside,
The finance committee were duly
authorized to make such requisition,
and a large sum in addition, and a
telegraphic order was made upon the
Union Trust company of New York
citv with whom the bonds are deposi
ted, for S250.000 in bonds. This
amount was sent by express last Tues
day, and will probably arrive here by
It is understood that arrangements
have been made with the bank of I.
V. Case to effect a temporary loan of
$20,000 to meet sundry present claims
against the company.
THE Y. 31. C. A.
Celebrate Their Teiith Anniversary "Willi
Last night there was a large, enthu
siastic assemblage of gentlemen and
ladies at the Y. M. C. A. hall, it being
the occasion of their 10th anniversary.
Annual reports were made by all
the retiring officers, which were lis
tened to with interest; especially that
of the general secretary, who pre
sented the following statistics:
Memberships thebeginning of the
vear, 50; new members received since
Aug. 18, GS; total 118; left -i; deceased
1. Leaving a present membership of
No. of conversions, 8; united with
the church, G; attendance at reading
room, 2o; average attendance at Gos
pel meetings. 38; average worker's
training class, 8. Six sociables have
been given with nn average attendance
A lyceum was started in November
with a few members and has now
reached an attendance of over 50.
The association has sustained four
classes: Music, reading, arithmetic
The secretary then read the treas
urer's report, showing an expenditure
of about SL150 for the year and a
present indebtedness of $330. Con
sidering that there was this debt at
the beginning and that the association
has had a secretary in steady employ
this was regarded as a favorable con
dition. At the close of these reports a vote
of thanks was tendered Mr. Uuter
baugh for his earnest efforts in making
the Y. M. C. A. so successful.
The membership committee re
ported that the association had more
than doubled since August, and that
an effort would be made to go into
the next annual convention with
treble their membership. No as
sociation in the Pacific northwest has
thus far reported so fine n record.
The society then proceeded to ballot
for officers for the ensuing year, which
resulted as follews:
For president, E. J. Liddicoat; for
vice-president, Chas. Fricke; recording
"secretary, Luther Campbell; treasu
rer, John Bryce.
Finance cemmittee: C. A. Hanson,
Dr. Estes and A. G. Hardesty.
All present then sat down and par
took of a choice repast prepared by
After various speeches by the retir
mg officers and officers elect, the meet
Starting Up the Slrlting Pot.
The Messrs. Taylor aro abont to
begin melting up the scrap tin at their
newly establisbed smelting works, and
have a crowd of workmen getting
things into shape. The proprietors
have quite a lot of stuff on hand now,
and the supply is practically unlim
ited. They can chew up about ten
tons a daj, and have enough in sight
to run all summer. To collect the ma
terial is not very pleasant business,
but it can be done by main strength
and patience. Chinamen gather it on
scows from the various dumps un
der and alongside the canneries.
It ued to sell for S3 a ton, but it
was a good deal of troublo to gather
it, though the market was always a
The amount of rust on the tin does
not signify. That can easily be dis
posed of. The plan adopted in some
places is to meltihe scraps for tho tin
that is in them, but the tin is not
sought after in the Astoria works.
The whole business is melted up and
moulded into window weights.
A Prominent Jlillinj; Man.
Mr. George Beattio came in on the
Santa liosa from southern California
yesterday morning. For 15 years he
was a resident of Oregon, being known
during that time as the best flouring
mill superintendent and manager in
the state and acted in that capacity
for the Salem Flouring Mills company
during which time those mills gained
such a good repntaion. Afterwards
he made the flour of the new Portland
mills known as the very best
Six or seven years ago, ueing in
poor health, he left Oregon and went
into the orange culture business near
When he first came to Oregon, be
lieving that Astoria would eventually
become a great city, he bought prop
erty here, and now, hearing that his
hopes are about to be realized, he has
come up to look after his interests,
looking hale and hearty and will prob
ably hereafter be counted as one or us.
A Change in the Telephone's Route.
The Teleplione will lay off in a few
days for a general overhauling, it be
ing some time since that fleet steamer
had any rest or refitting. The boat
will go on again about the first of next
month, when she will go back on her
old route once more, making round
trips, coming down on Sundays, and
going back again on Sunday nights,
as she used to do before the change.
95,274 Square Miles.
Editob Astebias: Please state the
area of the state of Oregon.
Tillamook, Or. March 1, '90.
Meals Cke4 f rer.
Private rooms for ladies and families:
at Central Restaurant, next to Foard A
Remember the Austin house at the
Seaside is open tho year 'round.
IT DIDN'T WORK.
A 3Icsage That Had No Staffing In It.
Wilkiog, of the owl department,
was taking report for Tiie Astobiax
at a forty word a minute gait last
night, when the current of his thoughts
was interrupted by the entrance of a
stranger in a condition of looped and
'Say, mv friend," quoth he. "Do
you charge anytliing for the address
on a message':" "Nope," ejaculated
the operator, between ticks.
'Well, do von charge anything for
the signature?' asked the interlocutor.
'"Nixey," replied the end man, just
then wrestling with a Washington, D.
"Well, then," said the lonely one,
"send this and be p. d.q. about it'1
Wilkinir caudit the leaflet as
sailed through the air, and read
Astoria, Or. Mar. 7
To Mr. J. Ii
T. D. F.
"But where's the message? What
do you want to say?' asked the man
of dots and dashes.
"That's it," said the minion of the
midnight moon:" that's what I want
to say. I want Mr. It to know
Pm here," with the accent on the
"here," "Well," said the operator,
"it'll be two bits." "Two bits !" ex
claimed the nocturnal customer. "Why,
you told me just now that you didn't
charge anything for the address, or for
the signature. Send it along, young
fellow; send it along."
The lightning manipulator gently
explained that while in ordinary com
mercial business nothing but the
words in the body of ths message was
counted, and the address and signa
ture were not couutcd, yet it was
usual for a little cold turkey to be
sandwiched in between the address
and signature, to give it n more ro
bust appearance, and while in this
instance ho recognized the ingenuity
of the enterprising individual that he
had the honor of addressing, yet the
fako wouldn't work; he would hang
the message up and let the wind blow
through jfc a while,
"Well, but Pve got uo two bits. 1
want him to know 'I'm here just the
It did look as though tho message
might have been sent as a tribute to
the chap's inventive genius, but he
was in the same fix as the fellow in
Idaho, who wanted the ferryman to
ferry him across the Snake river.
"It'll be one dollar," said Charon.
"I ain't got no dollar," said the man.
"In that case," said tho ferryman,
"jou might as well stay where you aro
as to go across."
An Announcement by Uev. Dr. Campbell.
Astoria, March 7, 1S90.
Editor Asteriak: Will yon allow
me to announce through your column,
a series of Sunday evening sermons
to be given at thoPresbyteriau church
of this city, which may have some
little interest to the general public;
will call them "Foundation Stories,"
because they relate to the foudation
of Christian conviction. The first, on
the belief in a Supremo Being, will be
given on the 9th inst, and others will
follow on such nuestions'as "Can a
Man Believe the Bible;" and "What is
the Biblo More then Any OtherBook,"
and "What About Miracles." I invite
special attention to these sermons, and
take occasion to announce that our
rates are free, and that strangers will
be welcome. S. M Campbell.
Minister of the Presbyterian church.
cincriT court prockedixcs.
March 7. Taylor, ,T.
The circuit court met yesterday
at 10 a. x.
H. A. Smidt vs. Mary Smidt; set for
trial Monday, March 10.
Stale of Oregon vs. F. It. Clongh;
Martha Begister vs. W. G. Register;
motion for reference disallowed.
J. J. Stokes vs. William Brown; re
ferred to C. E. Bunyon to take testi
money. Wesley & Carruthers vs. .T. Kezan
ich; on trial.
The Clonsh-Oooilman Libel Cise.
The trial of Clough for .alleged libel
on P. J. Goodman in the Transcript
camo up yesterday morning in the
circuit court. This was an interest
ing case. Clough wrote a nolo over
his own name which was published
last year in the Eceniuy Transcript.
In his letter ho described graphically
how he apparently had paid Mr. Good
man S5 while the latter claimed he
had not for certaiu shoes that were
bought in his store. The case first
came up lefore the justice of the peace,
who bound Clough over to the grand
jury. They made an iudictment
against him aud yesterday the matter
was settled. The jury was selected
and put in the stand, after which
the attorney for the defendant moved
that tho cae be dismissed
on the gronnd that the indictment was
in error. A comparison of the copy
of the libel, which was in the indict
ment showed that two words were
either left out or changed in the latter.
Libel suits demand absolute care and
the change in a letter, word, or num
ber in the indictment from the original
will bo employed to defeat their ends.
Technicalities count here, if nowhere
else. I'or once state attorney Mc
Bride was a little nonplussed. "There
was tno ratal technical mistake in the
wording. As a result the judge dis
missed tho case and Clough was freed
irom me cnances of damages.
The transition from long, lingering
and painful sickness to robust health
marks an e poch in the life of the indi
vidual. Such a remarkable event is
treasured in the memory and the agency
whereby the good health lias been at
tained is gratefully blessed. Hence it is
that so much is heard in praise of Elec
tric Bitters. So many reel they owe
their restoration to health to the use of
tho Great Alterative and Tonic If yon
are troubled with any disease of the
Kidneys, Liver or Stomach, of long or
short standing you will surely finifro
lief by ue of Electric Bitters. Sold at
50 c and SI per bottle at J, f. Conn's
Do You Like a Geocl Clear?
Call at Charley Olsen's, east of C. II.
Cooper's. Ue will suit you. A fine
stock of cigars to select irom.
LudlOW'S Ladies' S3.00 "Finn Slinoc-
also flexible hand-turned French Kids'. I
at P. J. Goodman's.
Coffee and cake, ten cents, at the
ABTICE TO MOTHERS.
Mrs. Wtnslow's SooTHixa Syrup
should always be used for children
teething. It soothes tho child, softens
the gums, allajs all pain, cures wind
cnolic, and is the best remedy for diar-rhcea.Twenty-five
cents a bottle.
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. MARCH 7.
As FIeil In
The County Recorder's Office
Oregon Land Co. to Clara B.
Irvine, land in section 31, T
Oregon Land Co. to Clara B.
Irvine, NKWk 14, SK blk
29, SK Wk" ii, NM blk -17,
lots 13"; 14, 15, 1G, 17, 18, blk
47, all of blocks 40, 48, Pa
cific addition 3,500
Andrew Young and wife to
Stewart S. Smith, lots 7, 8,
blk 9, Hustler & Aiken's. . .
Maxwell Young and wife to
C. H. Cooper, lots 22, 23, 24,
25, 26, 27, blk 3, Alderbrook
J. C. Dement to Phil. F. Bow
er, lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, blk
Marcus Wise and wife to
Margaret McCann, lot 3,
blk 121, (quit claim) Sluve
ly's Maxwell Young and wife to
BurrT. Rowland, lots 37,
3S, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44,
45, 40, blk G, Young's Al
derbrook Maxwell Young and wife to
Eugene Willis, lots 25, 26,
27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 31,
35, 36, blk G, Young's Aider
brook Annie Beidt and husband to
John Abron. lots 9, 10, 11,
12, 13, 14, 15, 1G, blk 33.
Astoria Real Estate & Trust
Co. to Held E. Sweyea, lots
5, G, 7, 8, blk 8, Railway Ad
C. R. Thomson and Geo. No
land to Astoria Land and
Trust company, lot 4, blk
114, Shively's; 20 acres in
the donation land claim of
Jno. McCInrc S 00,000
W. S. Kinney and Mary E.
Ivinnev to J. Dragolich,
lot 7, blk 140, Kinnev's .... 850
Geo. Noland et al. to J. E.
Ferguson, lots 10, 17, blk 2,
lot 17. blk 3, lots 15. 1G,
blk 5, Ocean Grove 100
Maxwell Young and wife to
Willis W. Mudd, lots 25,
2G, blk 32. Young's Aider
brook ....' 1G0
Maxwell Young and wife to
C. Sanders, lots 25,26, blk
13, Young's Alderbrook 100
B C. Kindred and Rachel
Kindred to C. Jaeobsou,
lots 1, 2 blk 19, Kindred
B. C. Kindred and wife to D.
C. Kindred, lot 3, blk 4,
Kindred Park 50
D. C. Kindred to II. IL Nel
son, lot 3, blk 4, Kindred
W. G. Westacott toRosio Van
Behrcn, lot 14, blk 11, 200
Previously reported this year. 901 ,710
Total to date..
.MARINE NEWS AND NOTES.
The LaUme arrived from the Sound
last evening loaded with coaL
The British bark Norlhernhuy,
1,221, 15G days from London, with a
cargo of general merchandise, is out
side with a pilot aboard.
The HanUi lioia brought up yester
day 1.SKJ3 tons or freight of which fifty
tons were for Astoria. The Oregon
took down to San Francisco 1,012 tons,
mostly wheat. Two hundred and ten
bags of oysters were shipped from
New Itnil and Trn-t Company.
The articles of incorporation of the
Astor Land aud Trust company were
filed yesterday with the county clerk.
Tho incorporators are Geo. Noland,
Lottie Noland, and C. 1?. Thomson,
object and business, a general land
and money business, buying and sell
ing real estate, borrowing and lending
money, negotiating stocks and bonds,
leasiug and constructing buildings,
etc. Capital stock 00,000, divided
into GOO shares. Principal office will
be in Astoria.
A WORD OFCACTIOX.
In this as in every other locality where it Si
known, thoro aro hundreds who are taking
Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla, and in nino
cases out of every ten it is effecting specific
cures. But word comes to us occasionally of
people who report that it operates too freely
upon the boxrcls. Wc Want to say to those
that they arc not following the printed In
structions and arc taking too much of it If
it acts too freely reduce tho dose, never tak
ing any more than causes easy and perfect
action. Keep this in mind, and take it reg
ularly for a while and do not indulge in too
much greasy food, and wo will have your
testimonial trithin a fortnight. If taken un
der these conditions it is an absolute cure for
indigestion, dyspepsia, sick headaches, con
stipation, face eruptions and liver and kid
ncy disorders. It may be asked how it can
possibly euro so many ailments. But tho
reason is clear. All those troubles arc the
legitimato result of Improper licrand kid
ney action or impaired digestivo organs. I ts
effects upon those functions ate as astonish
ing to the medical fraternity as to tho thou
sands who are daily takinc it.
I'as-jeiisers t Portland.
The following were the passengers
by the Thompson last night: B. A.
Graham, F. B. llobbius. W. A. Den
nis, F. Habug. H. L. Adlestein, Y. E.
Powers, W. G. Lee, Cant Rhodes, P.
B. Winters, W. T. Honeyman, Major
Muhlenberg, E. W. Tallant,Mrs.Lcin
enweber, Mrs. Carnahan, A. S. Can
nev. Miss A. J. Smith, N. J. Bergman,
E.P. Thompson, W. H. McKay, B. N.
Carnahan, M. Falk, G. E. Boyle, C. J.
Curtis, W. J. Keamev, Thos. McBride,
A. V. Carewell, J. Crouse, C. Fred
orickson. W. McLcod, F. Holbut, M.
Smith, T. S. Cornelius, G. W. Wilson,
E. B. Watson, ,T. Leahy, D. Leahy, C.
II. Ison, J. R. Goodpasture, Mrs. JL
A. Myers, J. A- Coney, B. W. Whitea
ker, J. T. Hall W. J. Ball.F. C. Bnck,
D. A. Bobertson, Dr. O. Gray, Mrs. J.
K. Smith, W. J. Gilmore.
The Pulpit and Clio Stage.
Rev. F. M. Shrout, pastor United
Brethren Church, Blue Mound, Kansas,
says: "I feel it my duty to tell what
wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has
done for me. My lungs were badly dis
eased, and my parishioners thought 1
could live only a few weeks. I look
five bottles of Dr. King's New Discov
ery and am sound and well, gaining 2(1
lbs. in weight."
Arthur Love, manager Love's h tinny
Folks Combination, writes: "After a
thorough trial and convincing evidence
lam confident Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption beats 'em all, and
cures when everything else fails. The
greatest kindness I can do my many
thousand friends is to urge them to try
if Free trial bottles at J. W. Conn's
drug store. Regular sizes 50c and $1.
The latest style of Gents' Boots and
Shoes at P. J. Goodman's.
And Free Lnnch at tho Telephone Sa
loon, 5 cents.
Scaly Skin Diseases
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autt entire hod if with tehite scabs. Skin
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Spent hundreds o f dollars, l'ronouneed
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over my head and my hair all fell out, until
I was entirely bald-headed ; it then broke
out on my arms and shoulder" .until my arms
were just one sore. It covered my entire
body, my face, head and shoulders being the
wotbt. The white scabs fell constantly from
my head . shoulders -and arms ; the skin
would thicken and be red and very itchy,
and would crack and bleed if scratched.
A fier spending many hundreds of dollars 1
was pronounced incurable. I heard of the
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bottles CtmcuitA Resolvent I could see
a change ; and alter I had taken four bottles
I was almost cured ; and when I had used
six bottles of Cuticura Resolvent and
one box of Cuuicuka, and one cake of Cut
icuka.Soai,I was cured of the dreadful
disease from which I had suffered for Ave
years. I thought the disease would leave a
very deep scar, but the Cuticur a Reme
dies cured it without any scars. I cannot
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using the Cuticuua Remedies. Ihey
saved my lire, and I felt it my duty to rec
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as ever and so is my eyesight. I know of
others who have received great benefit from
their use. Mrs. ROSA KELLY.
Rockwell City, Iowa.
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iSC. H. COOPER,:
Leading Dry Goods and Clothing
MORGAN & CO.Jlie Leading Shoe House
FOR A GOOD SHOE
Mansell's New Buildinp
DO YOB MB CLOTHES?
CTosct Door to Poard c&?
Large Stock of Mens and Boy's Clothing; Hats, Caps, Boots
That will suit you in size and price. We cannot he
PHIL. A. STOKES & CO.,
In consequence of the demand Tor those
beautiful level lots. Mr. P. C. Warren has
been induced to plat ninety-six lots
Adjoining Warren ton on the East.
Which will be known and sold as
East Warrenton I
THE RATLKOAD runs through the plar,
which is only 200 yards from the Warrenton
depot. For further information call at
once on the
ASTORIA REAL ESTATE CO.
Lots iii Tract 3 of the beautiful suburb of
CHELSEA, only five minutes walk from the
steamer landing at Skipanon aud terminus
of A- & S. C. It. JC The-ie lots are 50x100 feet,
on the first bencli above the tide land, are
clear and level, and good water obtainable
within ten feet of surface. Prices from SCO
to $75 ; S3) down, balance $10 per month.
Ten Acres, suitable for plattuitr, clear and
level ; on county road and within easy drive
Front Corner Kesldence Lot iu IUock No.
Six Lots in B'ock 9, ADAIR'S ASTOlllA,
running clear through the block, and mak
ing a fine residence site, looxiso. Only one
block from Columbia river and street car
line. Trice, St. 050. part cash.
J. H. MAN8ELL,
Itval IMatc Broker.
Marshall & Co.,
Salmon it Twines
GEO. A. CLARK & BROS.,
Fer Male by I. SMITII, Agent,
Office at Wherry & Co's.
Thompson & Ross
Carry a Full Line of
Choice Staple and
Give Us a Call and Be Convinced.
Morgan & Sherman
And Dealers In
Special Attention Given to Filling
A FULL LINE CARRIED
And Supplies furnished at Satis
Purchases dellTered in any part of the city.
Office and Warehomo
In Hume's New Building on Water Street
P. O. Box lis. Telephone No. 87.
OVER FIFTY CASES
FOR LADIES' OR GENTS' WEAR GO TO
MORGAN & CO.,
$G,S50 House and Lot on First Street, Business Property. Cheap.
$275 to $325 Lots in Jilock 20, Hustler & Aiken's Astoria. Very desirable.
80O Corner Lot in McCIure's Astoria. Beautiful residence Lot.
$375 to 500 -Lots in Alderbrook, on water front.
$3,000 Eighty Acres on Klaskanine. Nico home.
$120 Per Acre Ninety Acres, near town, suitable for platting.
If You Don't See Your Particular Snap, Call and See Us.
Heal Estate Brolteri
Odd Fellows' Buildinj
Wholesale Wine House.
Fine Wines, Choice Brands.
I havo completed arrangements for supplying any brand of "Wino in any quantity
at lowest cash figures.
The Trade Supplied,
ALL ORDEltS DELIVERED FREE IN ASTORIA.
Yonr patronago in City or Country solicited.
A. W. UTZINGER. Cosmopolitan Saloon.
THE REAVEY PATENT CANT DOQ.
HABICHORST A COXTA2TT,
Successors to KIRK SHELDON.
HEADQUARTERS FOR LOGGERS' SUPPLIES.
ATKINS' CELEBRATED SAWS. LANDER'S LOGGING JACKS.
151 Front Street, PORTLAND.. OR.
Astoria Iron Worts.
Concomly St., Foot ot Jackson, Astoria. Or
Machinists and Boiler Mm.
Land and Marine Engines
Steamboat Work and Cannery Work
Castings of all Descriptions Made
to Order at Short Notice.
A. Ii. FOX,
President, and Suot
Sec. and Treas
bii n imm
Finest Woolen Goods for Suitings.
ALL THE LATEST STYLES. ,
lie buys for Cash, at Eastern Prices. He Guarantees the Best Warimu
on all garments. Call and see for yourselves. "
Barth's Block, Astoria.
House of Astoria
Water Street, Astoria, Or
PHIL. A. STOKES & CO.,
and Shoes, Underwear, Etc.,
Water Street, Astoria, Orj
LARSON & HILLBACK
AIfl FRESH FRUITS.
Orders Delivered Free ef Charge. Country
Orders Solicited. Third Street,
next to Pioneer office.
Abstracts of Title.
C. R. THOMSON
Keeps a full set ot Abstract Books
and will examine the Title to any Keal Es
tate in the county and furnish an Abetrae
of Title to the same.
Terms reasonable. Work guaranteed.