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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1890)
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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
Have you a ticket for the Jubilee
Sesling schooners report the seals
farther north this season than ever
Reserved seats on sale at 9 this
morning at the New York Novelty
etore for the Fisk Jubilee singers
AL C Crosby yesterday shipped a
lot of coke stoves and other cannery
material to Alaska, by the round about
way or San Francisco.
The Fisk Jubilee Singers are great
They -will appear at Boss opera house
to night Reserved seats now on sale
at New York Novelty store.
A native of Greece named Lafthario
J. Lafthario, yesterday decided to no
longer remain a subject ot the king of
Greece, and filed his declaration to be
come au American citizen.
The committee of the Astoria
Athletic association have a force of
men brightening up the building
selected for the association's gymna
sium, and fittiug up a room for the
The cases of the eight Celestials for
opium smoking came up in justice
stay's court yesterday afternoon, and
on motion of defendants' attorney,
were continued until to-morrow after
noon at two o'clock.
Captain Bowlby, of the British ship
Riverside, who came here in January
in command of his vessel and was
taken sick nt Portland, died iu the
hospital in that city yesterday. The
ship recently sailed for England in
charge of the first mate.
Work at the jetty at the mouth of
the river goes on in good shape, rock
daily arriving, the special S75,000
appropriation enabling Mr. Hegardt
to go on without being obliged to
wait till late in the season before be
ginning active operations.
Vo have lonc so much good roads
kicking," says the Chehalis Nugget,
"that it's almost a chestnut, but it
certainly does seem an anomaly that
around Chehalis land is valued at
from $100 to SjOO per acre, and yet a
body can't drive one mile out of town
on n decent road."
The Columbian, ignorant as usual,
of the "British" ship Clarence S. talks
Bement Commander Henry C. Gor
ringe, the famous American, little
thought that an alleged newspaper
ever could or would display such ig
norance regarding the American ship
that floats the flag of our country.
The afternoon boats from Portland
are fast becoming evening boats, get
ting here now from 5:30 to 7 r. jr.
Time was when under the influence
ot competition they came flying down
here arriving from 130 to 11:30 r. ir.,
and burning a cord or a cord, and a
half more wood iu doing so than is
consumed in slower trips.
A sailor named Harry Graham was
so full of whisky last night that he
wanted to fight and attempted to
indulge that propensity, but officer
Bob. Kirby appeared, and greatly
against his inclination he was escorted
to Chief Barry's hotel on Genevieve
street The sum of $1.20 was the
total amonnt of his finances.
There was an emphatic difference of
opinion on the street last evening be
tween cniei of ponce .uarry ana Mr.
Deady, of Portland. Mr. Dcady made
some statements relative to" what
would happen as soon as his papa re
turned from the Sandwich islands, a
state of alleged affairs concerning
which the chief expressed striking
On the wall of Brown & McCabe's
office hangs a photograph of the old
Beaver, the first steamer known to
have come to the Pacific coast She
arrived here from England in 1837,
was a side-wheel steamer, and after
being used on the coast man years,
finally snuk off Victoria. It is now
proposed to raise her and keep her on
shore as a momento of early days.
The Portland board of trade has
written a letter to TJ. S. marshal L. T.
Barin, asking that he discharge U. S.
deputy marshal W. J. Barry, of this
city, alleging that ho is "standing in"
with bad men in this city. TJ. S. mar
shal Barin has made very proper re
joinder, that the board of trade must
prefer charges, and, upon inquiry, ho
will do that which is demanded by the
facts, as elicited.
In the county clerk's office yesterday
there was filed for record a bond for a
deed for the north 1G0 acres of the
Joshua Elder donation land claim,
which Henry Ingalls agrees to sell to
Alfred Kinney for $16,000, and in this
bond acknowledges receipt of $500 to
apply on said purchase price. The
deed to -be given in six months from
March 3, 1890, if the conditions of the
bond are complied with.
Wna. Ried and E. P. Thompson came
down irom Portland yesterday morn
ing, in company with Mr. Smith, of the
firm ot Hoffman & Smith, railroad
bonders. There was no meeting of the
board of directors of the Astoria &
South Coast Railroad company. Mr.
Smith and Mr. Ried went over to Lewis
& Clarke's in the afternoon; Messrs.
Cooper sad Habersham went to the
MMKie. xoaay messrs. xnompson
and Smith go to the seaside also. It
k madewtood that when Mr. Smith re
tards be will be ready to submit a def
inite proposition to the directors of the
railroad company. H. B. Thielsen and
Mr. Ried will also go down the lino of
road beyond Skipanon to-day.
Silk Mlttea st.
OaSece4 street, last Monday even
lag, la the vicinity of the postofficc.
Fla4ar will aleaee leave It at tills office.
AaafyiHtftau Atoklax office.
Caflat-aaaV eafca, ten orate, at the
THE CITY FATHERS.
The Resnlt or Their Deliberations Yes
At an adjourned meeting of the city
council a petition signed by sixty-six
property-owners, asking that the Tay
lor smelter be prohibited from opera-.
tion, by reason ot alleged menace to
flin rcnfrtfv nf nrnnork in flmf rininifi I
Mil uiuvk; v. triv.ilj X4J LUUli IJUlUllJf
structed to draw an ordinance in com-
Uonncilman Welch moved with over 3.000 tons of merchandise
prayer of the petitioners be ' and drawing nearly 22 feet of water,
and the city attorney be in- Canfam Franclr. and first mate
pliance therewith; two voted aye; no taking" pleasure in showing all parts
one voted no; the mayor declared the j of the vessel, and giving all the in
motiou carried. . formation desired.
The petition of P. Darell for two J The ship is called an iron ship, but
liquor licenses wa3, on motion, is really of steel, and the other two
A communication from Ross &
Wirt, relative to the improvement
of West 6th street and the crossing of
West 6th and Cedar street, was read
and referred to street committee.
J. R. Clinton's resignation as elec
trician was read, and, on motion ac
cepted. An ordinance establishing the
grade of Second street, was passed
under suspension of the rules.
Anordiuance limiting and defining
the city boundary wherein steam en
gines may not be operated, was
passed uuder suspension of the
An ordinance amending section 4,
ordinance No. 185, in relation to the
improvement of streets, was passed
under suspension of the rules.
An ordinance authorizing the street
superintendent to put up street signs
on the corners of the streets, was read
first and second times. Councilman
Welch favored postponement, holding
that before such move was consum
mated, the names of some of the streets
should be changed; ho thought that
in the next legislature the charter
would be so amended that the coun
cil would be empowered to make such
change, and he moved that the ordi
nance bo iuefinitely postponed; car
ried. An ordinance to provide for the
numbering of the buildings in the
city, was read and referred to street
Regarding the ordinance conferring
rights upon the American District
Telegraph company, councilman
Welch moved that the ordinance be
indefinitely postponed; carried.
The following claims were ordered
paid: C. If. Cooper, S25; M". Olsen,
$G; G. A. Stinsou k Co., S2.50; J. G.
Hustler, $190.75; sundry persons,
S214.25; Tun Astoria?;, $70.97;
Oregon Improvement Co., $8; IL B.
Thielsen, $102.75; Griffin & Reed,
A resolution for tho improvement
of Polk street was passed.
A resolution for the improvement
of Court street was passed.
A resolution for the improvement of
Madison street was passed.
A resolution for the im
provement ot Jackson street was
A resolution for the improvement ot
Water street was passed.
A resolution for the improvement of
Third street was passed.
Under the head ot public
Councilman Welch suggested
The following passengers are duo
from San Francisco on the steamer
Oregon, this merning: J. Sadlock, F.
Eberle and wife, M. A. Morey, IL
NewalL, J. E. Poindexter, H. M. Grace
and wife, C. H. Davis, C. D. Hiues,
F. Legrandes and wife, J. A. Walker,
C. M. Coke, Mrs. M. D. Marcus and
two children, P. O. Kane and wife,
A. J. Penwell, E. H. Lohman and
wife, Mrs. W. E. Pollius, Mrs. L. M.
Sexton, Mrs " Blodget, F. Watrvaud
wife. Rev. Wm. Walsh, E. J. Darry,
C. D. Sonle and wife, C. A. Fisher, F.
M. Davis, W. C. Davis. H. Kriss. F.
C. Haness, A. L. Bromwell, Miss J.
McCarthy, Mrs. E. Cairns, Miss K. L.
Marker, J. N. Smith, W. II. Tertro,
J. Markee, H. Dcwald and wife,
W. Sutter, H. M. Lawrence, J. IL
Melendy, C. C. Hough, W. Leany, T.
R. Davidson, J. B. Hutchings, J. P.
Hynes, L. Wellard, W. C.Schmidt
Neville I. Green, Alfred Bamishler,
O. W. White, AY. J. Wilson. S. Ben
nett, P. J. Croffin, W. H.Tubb,N.
Elliott, and wife, J Warschand. F. C.
Bellany and wife.
An Interesting Social Gathering.
A progressive halma paiiy was last
night given by Miss Ella Ruckerat
her residence. The new game of
halma was the principal amusement,
enlivened by social converse and re
freshments. Among those present
were Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Pracl, Mr.
and Mrs. O. F. Heilborn, Mr. and Mrs.
P. S. Cook, Misses Jennie Aram, Clara
Owens, Rosetta Sherman, Annie Pope,
Laura Heilborn, May Hobson, Grace
Carruthers, Olga Heilborn, Katie
Thrall, Zoe Carruthers, Messrs. John
Fox, W. A. Sherman, D. M. Mooer,
Albert Dunbar, John Hav, H. D.
Thing, Dr. H. A. Smith, F.L. TutUe,
Grant Trullinger and Walter R. Ride
haulgh. Another party of the same
kind will bo given on next Wednesday
Editor -Asteriak: Will you be
kind enough to have these few lines
There has been a mystery floating
around Astoria in regard to my mind
on Christian science. I will just tell
the truth. This has been no credit to
my family. I write this to satisfy my
church and a few of my friends. Let
mo say this, to the ministers of the
gespel: When they hear of such being
the case, please -visit those and not go
by hearsay. It is their duty to do so
and not leave the Christian science to
have the whole say. I am a mother and
want justice as amother ought to have.
I have been well one year but not
from the Christian science. Further
more they lay all blame to me in re
gard to Christian science which is not
doing me justice.
My doors are always open to any of
my church and my intentions are to be
lieve in my church and that only.
Mbs. F. Sheruak.
The Melody of the South.
The Fisk University Jubilee Singers
alone preserve to us the real folksongs
of America, and their singing of the
wild, plaintive and characteristic melo
dies of the South has done more than
anything else to make the once popu
lar negro minstrelsy appear thin and
tame. Nero York World.
Meats Cooke te Order.
Private rooms for ladies and families:
at Central Restaurant next to Foard &
And Free Lunch at the Telephone Sa
loon, 5 cents.
The latest style of Gents' Boots and
Shoes at P. J. Goodman's.
TI1E "CLAREN'CE S. BEMENT."
The Only Steel Ship Built and Owned in
The arrival at Astoria on Tuesday
of one of the finest American ships
suggested the publication of some
points of interest concerning ner, anu
a representative of The Astokian yes
terdav went on board, as she lay
alongside the TJ. P. dock, loaded
McTCav wore cordial iu their greeting.
iron snips ot tnis country are xne
Tillie E. Starbuck and T. F. Oakes.
Mr. McKay was formerly first mate
of the latter, before coming on this
vessel. The Bement was built in
18S4, by Henry E. Gorringe, the Amer
ican Ship Building company at Phila
delphia, Pa., for Jacob E. Red way and
others at a contract price of $120,000,
but including additions and changes
thcessel when completed had cost
Some of the dimensions will give a
good idea of her size, and are as fol fel fol
eows: length over all, 273 feet, six
inches; length on water line 258 feet,
10 inches; breadth moulded, 42 feet;
depth moulded, 25 feet 1 inch; depth
of hold 23 feet, li inches. Gross ton
nage, 1,999 tons; register tonnage,
1,899 tons; tonnage under deck, 1,855
tons; cubical capacity for cargo, 159,
400 cubic feet; displacement on 22 feet
draft, 4,610 tons; dead weight on 22
feet draft, 3,205 tons.
As for sails, she carries 21 square
sails aud 9 fore and aft sails, or 30 in
all, winch embraco a total of 13,000
square yards of canvas. There are
two engines which arc used for hoist
ing anchors, washing decks, pumping,
making sail and for various other pnr
poes. There is a water tank for carrying
fresh water, which holds the enor
mous quantity of 8,000 gallons, and
there is also a condenser which will
convert salt water into good fresh
water if needed. There are several
pumps or the very best make and
design. Iu case of emergency, she
carries two life boats, a long boat and
a Whitehall boat, with oars, sails and
all necessary paraphernalia. A line
steering gear is provided and also a
patent brake, which makes work at
tho wheel comparatively easy.
The vessel is manned as follew3: L.
H. Franck, captain; John McKay, first
mate; Chas. Lawrey, second mate; two
boatswains, n steward, cook, .carpenter
and twenty seamen.
The reporter was kindly invited into
the elegantly-built and finely-furnished
cabin and there had the pleasure of
meeting Mrs. Franck, a very pleasant
and agreeable lady, the daughter of a
sea captaiu with whom she has mado
many voyages. She came across
the continent about a year
ago and Wtos married to Captain
Franck iu Portland. then on
the C. is. Bement she sailed with
him from here to Liverpool,
thence to New York and then
hero from the latter port, which they
left November 17th, making no stop
on the way. The voyage has been
quite pleasant, the roughest weather
having been encountered off this
Mrs. Franck had a fine organ
plenty of books and faucy work for
amusement and is perfectly at home
on ship board, having no desire to
come on shore, even after her long
voyage. Neatness and good order
characterize the ship, and so staunch
and strong is she that the owners do
not even have any insurance.
After being lightened of part of her
cargo so that she can safely go up the
Columbia, the ship will proceed to
Portland and unload.
A prominent feature of the ship and
an index of her nationality is her figure
head, a large American eagle hand
somely gilded, and looks as natural as
if the bird was actually flying.
Alaska Takes Thousands of 3Ien.
The departures for tho Alaska can
neries, of steamers and other vessels
bearing large quantities ot materials
and great numbers of men, from now
on for the next two weeks will be
very large. At least 2,500 sailors and
fishermen besides thousands of can-
nerymen, will be required for the
Alaska business, and now that the
surplus of coast sailors has been
worked off the steamers and other
vessels engaged in ordinary traffic, are
beginning to experiece tho inconven
ience of a scarcity of men. The
whole water front is affected by the
loading and preparations for depart
ure of these Alaska craft, but there is
no belief expressed that this condition
of affairs will cause any further
advance in sailor's wages. ', F.
r.Lvse:"T- to Portland.
The following is tho list ot passen
gers who went up the river last night
on the steamer . It Thompsen:
R. Knoll, Rev. Dr. Abrahamson, C.
Ford, F. P. Jenkins, J. W. Stengley, G.
R. Reed, R. M. Drake, Joe Myer, W.
G.Taylor, J. Leach, J. Turk, Jos.
Abrams aud wife, J. C. Friendly, J.
Fager, F. F. Bartlett,C.W.Remsburg,
H. 0. Thompson and wife, A. B.
Heath and wife, Miss May Taylor, C.
Koch, J. P. Do Wolf, W. H. Smith, A.
H. Cook, W. Scofield, W. H. Lewis, J.
J. Taylor, A. Keyser, W. J. Snyder,
Mrs. J Stranss, Mrs. Beers, C. B.
Smith, Carl Efferly, L W. Case, T. M.
Smith, Dr. Alf. Kinney and wife, Mrs.
J.P.Betts, B.B. Taylor, W. Calder
son, J. E. Lamar, Mrs. Sullivan, L.
Pederson, A. Peterson, C. Carlson, M.
Miketo, R-Hennesey, M. McCofland.
Tlio Sew Discovery.
You have heard your friends and neigh
bors talking about U. louniay your
self be one of the many who know from
personal experience just how good a
thing itis. If you have ever tried it, you
are one of its staunch friends, because
U1U ttUIIUCUUl uiinj; UlHlUt lfc is, uiai
when once given trial, Dr. King's New
Discovery ever after holds a place in
the house. If j-ou have never used it
and should be afflicted with a cough,
cold or any Throat Lung or Chest
trouble-secure a bottle at once and give
It a fair trial. It is guaranteed every
time, or money refunded. Trial Bottles
Free at J. W. Conn's Drugstore.
Best Beds in town. Rooms per night
50 and 23 cts., per week SlJJO. New and
clean. Private entrance.
Fur Fine Fketegrapks,
Go to Misses Carruthers' photograph
gallery: Third street, opposite Mor
gan & Sherman's.
Do Yen Like m GmI. Cigar?
Call at Charley Olsen's, east of a II.
Cooper's. He will suit you. A fine
stock of cigars to select lrom.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS, JURCR 2G.
As Filed in The County Recorder's Office
M. Young and wife to E. F.
Campbell, lots 37 and3S,
Ybung-'s addition to Alder
brook $ 160
M. Young and wife to F.
Campbell, lots 35 and 36,
blk 14, Young's addition
N. Guy to Andrew Holm,
that portion of the N WjLj,
sec 18, T 7 N, R 8 W, wluch
lies S W of Klaskanine creek
7 acres 350
M. J. Kinnev et nl to Robert
Nixon, lots 3 of blk 26, lots
24 and 25, blk 27, and lots
7, 8, 13, 14, 16 and 17, blk
23. New Astoria 1,218
M. J. Kinnev et al to Mary
F. Nixon, "lot 2, blk 28, New
M. J. Kinnev et al to Robert
P. Nixon, Iot2, blk 26, New
M. J. Kinnev et al to W. J.
Gerrish lot 1, blk 23, New
M. J. Kinney et al to R. N.
Gerrish lot 10, blk 28, New
M. J. Kinnev etal to Edward
Navlor lot 15, blk 28, New
M. Yonng and wife to D. A.
Carter lot 37, blk 16,
Young's addition to Alder
C. H. Stockton et al to John
Walker lots 2 and 3, blk 4,
Holcomb addn 250
Oregon Land company to D.
S. Bovakin lot, 132x266
feet, in sec 35, TSN, ROW. 250
E. A. Noves and wife to
Edna E. 'Whiten lot 17, blk
14, North addn 75
Prcviouslv reiorted this
Total to dale $1,136,935
MARINE NEWS AND NOTES.
The British bark Archer and tho
threo masted schooner Jessie Miner
left for Portland yesterday bring
towed up by the tug Wallowa.
The steamer Lakmc arrived from
Portlaud yesterday and after taking
on a few bundles or trees from here,
sailed for Victoria.
The steamer Michigan arrived
from Port Townsend last evening and
after leaving a few passengers here
went up to Portland, having 350 tons
of coal .and a quantity of miscellaneous
freight for that city.
Stevedores Brown & McCabe will
to-day commence to transfer about 500
tons of the cargo of the ship Clarence
S. Bement to the barge Columbia's
Chief, and also lake from the ship
that part ot her freight which is des
tined for thi3 port
The British ship East Croft cleared
at the custom house yesterday. Her
cargo consists of 23,418 socks or 54,
318 bushels of wheat, valued nt $40,
378.50 which she took ou at Portland,
and from this city she took 6,980
sacks or 15,600 bushels of wheat, val
ued at S1L700, making a tolal of 30,
398 sacks or 69,931 bushels or wheat,
valued at $52,078.50 in all. The
captain's name is James T. Rimmer.
Sixteen Yeius Aro.
'Sixteen years ago," saidS.D. Adair
yesterday, "the first vessel that ever
loaded its entire cargo at Astoria, was
chartered by Dr. Aug. C. Kinney, and
loaded at the Farmer's dock. It was a
great event for the town, as you may
well suppose, and wo Astorians felt
very much pleased. My father, Gen.
John Adair, said: 'Sam, make out a
deed for a town lot and mako a pres
ent of it to the captain.' The vessel's
name was the Vermont, and tho cap
tain's namp was Richardson. I made
out the deed for a lot in upper Asto
ria, and gave it to the captain, who
thnnked me very heartily, aud said ho
would keep the deed safely. I never
heard from him or tho deed till yester
day, when I got a letter from him. He
is in the hardware business iu San
Diego, Cal., and writes that inasmuch
as his taxes this year aro double what
they have been any former year, he
wants to know what I think his lot is
now worth. I wrote in rcplv, that I
thought it would be cheap at eight
Thii is the best time of the whole
year to purify your blood, because nw
you are nmie susceptible to benefit from
medicine than at any other season.
Hood's Sanaparillais the best medicine
to take, and it is the most economical.
100 Doses One Dollar.
Ludlow's Ladies' S3.C0 Fine Shoes;
also lloxible hand-turned French Kids,
at 1'. .1. Goodman's.
ADVICK TO BOTIIEItS.
Mus. Winm.ow's Soothino Syrup
should always be used for children
teething. It tootlis-s the child, so; tens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
eholic, and is the best remedy fordlar
rhoa.T wenty-fivo cents a bottle
J. B. Wyatt,
Hardware zvti Ship Chandlery,
Fure Oil, Bright Varuish. Bmacle Oil,
Cotton Canva, Hemp Sail Twine,
l.anl OH. Wrought Iron Spike,
Galvanized Cut Nail.
Agricultural Implements, Sewing
Machines, Taints, Oils,
Magnus 0. Crosby
SARD! ABE, IROfl, STEEL.
Iron Pipe and Fittings, Stoves, Tin
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Sheet Lead. Strip Lead, Sheet Iron.
Tin and Copper.
Wm. B. Adair,
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
N. E. Cor. Olney and Third Sts.
P. O. Box 436.
Particular attention given to Properties
In Upper Astoria; also to purchase of Tim
Garnahan & Go.
T. W. CASE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Corner Chenamns and Cass streets.
Lou Holt is back from Tacoma.
L W. Case has gone to Portland.
E. P. Thompson was in the city yes
terday. AL Grates is putting in two fish traps
Miss Mary Taylor went to Portland
D. W. Cumirings returned from
City attorney Curtis rolurned from
C. P. Huntington is expected in
Portland next Monday.
Dr. Alfred Kinney and wife started
for Portland last night
J. A. Montgomery contemplates a
visit to California for his health.
Miss Clara Owen, of West Berkley,
Cal., is in the city visiting friends.
H. C. Thompson is a passenger on
the outgoing steamer on a short visit
to Oakland, Cal.
Mrs. Betts, wife of Capt. John P.
Setts of Port Townsend, who has been
visiting relatives, went up last evening
on the steamer.
Kev. Dr. Abrahamson, a prominent
Jewish rabbi of Portland, was here
yesterday, returning home on the
steamer last night
A local firm in this city is furnishing
cheap portable houses, of four rooms
each, built of California redwood with
Oregon flooring, the sizes being 24x26
feet; they cost S3G0, t o. b. Some 200
of these houses have been shipped to
Australia within the past few years.
S. F. Journal of Commerce, 20.
The First Step.
Pfrhaps i ou are run down, can't eat,
can't sleep, can't think, can't do any
thing to your satisfaction, and you
wonder what ails you. You should
heed the warning, sou are taking the
first step into Nervous Prostration.
You need a Nerve Tonic and in Elec
tiic Bitters you will find thj exact rem
edy for restoring your nervous system
to its normal, healthy condition. Sur
piiVuig results follow the use of tins
jiivat Nerve Tonic and Alterative.
Your appetite returns, good digestion
is l cstoi eI, and the Liver and Kidneys
resume healthy action. Try a bottle
Price 50c, at J. V. Conn's drug store.
About You !
Ever so many years ago when
bustles were still an unknown
quantity, and the dudes of that
day knew naught of cigarottes
and making love, there was no
such a thing as style, or what
style there was one could easily
condense into a bandana hand
kerchief, consequently thestore
kecpers or that day had an easy
time of it. A few dozens of san
dals and some fig leaves was
their only stock in trade, and
thej never bothered their an
cient heads about advertising
the latest styles of fig leaves.
However, things are different
now. The most successful mer
chant of to-day is the one who
knows how to advertise and how
to secure the handsomest goods,
backed up by reasonable prices,
all samec I1EKMAN WlbE, :he
Reliable Clothier and Hatter in
Occident Hotel Building, who
has just opened
Which he guarantees to sell
at Bottom Figures.
And as it is with the live, en
ergetic man of business, so it is
with the live, well dressed man
of affairs, who knows how to
dress well on moderate means
by trading with a rustling,ptth
iug and reliable dealer like
Old ReliableClottaDJ Hatter
Occident Hotel BoildiBg.
Received During the Past Two Weeks at
the Leading House of Astoria.
Novelties in Dress Goods in the Latest Fabrics
WtaMBlCt H. flftftPKtt.. Third Ste
MORGAN & CO.Jhe Leading Shoe House
FOR A GOOD SHOE FOR LADIES' OR GENTS' WEAR GO TO
MORGAN & CO.,
Manseli's New Building, - Water Street, Astoria, Or
DO IU WEAR CLOW?
XGToact Door to Foard cfe
Large Stock of Mens ml Boy's Clothing, Hats. Caps, Boots
That will suit you in size and price. -We cannot bo
PHIL. A. STOKES & CO.,
Inconsequence of the' demand for those
beautiful lerel lots. Mr. P. C. Warren nas
been Induced to plat nlnety-slx lots
Adjoining Warrtnton on the East.
Which will be known and sold as
East Warrenton !
THE RAILROAD runs thronch the nlat
which Is only 200 yards from the warrenton
depot. For further Information call at
once on the
ASTORIA REAL ESTATE CO.
The SW 1-4 of Block No. 22,
CoHsIstlng of three lota each 60x150. mak
ing a splendid corner site 160 feet square for
a fine residence, and In the best part of trie
city, with niagBiflcont views of river and
bar. Good housos all around and service
water within ten feet. Price $5,000.
J. H. Mansetl, Real Estate Broker.
Marshall & Co.,
Salmon Net Twines
GEO. A. CLARK & BROS.,
For Sale bjr JD. SMITH, Agent,
Offlce at Wherry & Co's.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY!
There is no occasion for the most fastidi
ous of our citizens to send to Portland or
Sau Francisco for
Custom Made Clothes
As they can get Better Fits, Better Work
manship, and for leas Honey.
By Leaving their Orders with MB ANY.
New Goods bv Every Steamer.
Call and see him and satisfy yourself.
P. J. Meany. Merchant Tailor.
Your Honey's Wortli
IS WHAT YOU GET AT
Foard & Stokes
Groceries and Provisions.
Everything la a First-class Store
Extremely Low Figures.
Goods Delivered all over Town.
The Highest Price Tab! for Junk.
FOARD t STOKES
OKLO r. FARKEB.
CARL A. HANSON
Parker & Hanson
C. L. PARKER,
Ntw Gtotfs ArriviRf Evtry Stttme
TImOMMnM - Ajttrift OntM.
$6.350 Ilouse and Lot on First Street, Business Property. Cheap.
$275 to $S23 Lots in Block 20, Hustler & Aiken's Astoria. Yery desirable.
S8S6- Corner Lot in McClure's Astoria. Beautiful residence Lot.
SS75 to&See-Lots in Alderbrook, on water front.
$3,000 Eighty Acres on Klaskanine. NIco home.
$19 Per Acre Ninety Acres, near town, suitable for platting.
If You Don't See Your Particular Snap, Call and See Us.
Odd Fellows7 Building,
Wholesale Wine Ilouse.
Fine Wines, Choice Brands.
I have completed arrangements for supplying any brand of Wine in any quantity
at lowest cash figures.
The Trade Supplied,
ALL ORDERS DELIVERED FREE IN ASTORIA.
Your patronage in City or Country solicited.
A. W. UTZINGER. Cosmopolitan Saloon.
I. W. Case,
Transacts a General Banking Business
Drafts drawn available in any part of the
0. 8. aud Europe, and on Hong Kong, China
Office Hours : 10 a. m. to 3 r. m.
Odd Krixowr Btnt-niNO. Astoria. Oregon.
Lots in Case's Astoria Are if on Sale
AT THE OFFICE OF THE
Astoria Real Estate Co.
PRICES FROM $150 TO 8250 EACH.
TERMS One-Half Cash ; the Balance in Six and Twelve Months.
AND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
City, Suburban and Acreage Property Fop Sale.
MAIN 8T ASTORIA, OB., P. 0. Box 511.
PLYNN, The Tailor,
KEEPS IN STOCK THE
Finest Woolen Goods for Suitings. All the Latest Styltc
He buys for Gash at Eastern Prices. 'He Guarantees the Best Workmanship on a
Garments. CallaadEWleryoumif. Barth Block, ASTORIA, OS.
- Fashionable Shades
PHIL. A. STOKES & CO.,
and Shoes, Underwear, Etc.,
Water Street, Astoria, Or
- - ASTORIA, OR.
E. F. N00NAN & CO.,
J. P. HYNES,
"Water Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TELEPHONE NO. 7. - P. O. BOX SW
No curbstone brokers employedkere