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.APRIL 27. 1&
J EH SMITH'S TIG.
Senator Sawyer Tc5N a Story "With a TaH
pfUc Moral 1 It.
Senator Pltileins Sawyer in back in
Washington, ami lias been moved to
tell one or his stories with a moral to
it to the correionileiit ot the New
York Tribune. A -well-known politi
cian was ostensibly backing a friend '
Tor an office which it was believed he
wanted for himdf. lie was also ad
vising the friend to do corlaiu indis
creet things which would surely cause
him to lose the coveted npxintment.
"It was tip in "Wisconsin," said -Senator
Sawyer, "when neighbors on Hie
farms used to lend one another a help
ing hand. There was one fellow
named Jem Smith, who was proU
lazy, too lasy to provide fodder lor his
own stock, "lie had one pig that was
a beauty. Ird only knows how
he got III but it -was hi, lie used to
borrow feed from the neighbors by
promising that when butchering time
came he would share the animal with
them. "When butchering time did
come he found that lie had promised
more pork than a dozen animals
would provide. He went to :t friend
wlio was a srt of lawyer ami asked
liim what to do. Now this man had ,
wanted Jem Smith's pig for a long '
time. You cau fix it easy enough, he
said: 'jut go alieml with your butch
ering and let :dl your neighbors see
yon at it Then yon 11 want to hang
the carcass out over night. lit the
morning you can tell the people who
want a share in it that somelxidy stole
the pig during4he night. TJioy only
had a share in that wrticulflr tg, and
if it is stolen they can't hold you for
Jcm thought this wa- mighty
shrewd advice. He did just as lie was
told, invited the neighbors in to lite
butchering and left the carcass hang
ing out over night. The next morning
he went to his adviser's house with an
awful long race,
'It's gone. lie said: 'somebouy
took the pig last night. Didn't even
leave me a slicef
Thats pretty well done,' said his
friend: Mid you tell that story to the
neighbors as well as you have to me?
But it's gone. roared Smith. 'I
tell you somebody did steal it last
'Keep it up that way replied the
friend, and they'll never suspect you.
"It didn't do any good for poor
Smith to explain that he was in dead
earnest. The man who had advised
him to leave the carcass out over night
kept insisting that he was acting first
rate, and the neighbors would never
catch on. But as he left the houe
he caught the oJlor of spareribs. lie
came back fr a parting word. 4By
the blaukely-ldauk. he said to his
friend. I believe you've got my pork.
nowf But he couldn't prove it 1
suspect, said senator Sawyer, in con-'
eluding the story, "that a good many
people who are advising other people
to do certain thing? arc looking out
for those other people's pork.'
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Ruined ly a rilwrtpKH'.
Last year Alf Banks, of Camas
Prairie, purchased a stallion for the
agreed price of $JM). This sum of
money was more than Banks ie3sessed:
so he paid .1." cash ami gave a
chattel mortgage on the liorse. and
also on his otlicr horses, hi wagon
and hi harness to secure the pay
ment of the balance, which mortgage
recently fell due and was foreclosed
yesterday. All the property mentioned
in the instrument was brought to tlti-;
city and sold. The sum total realized
was S7i"i. But interest, attorney's
fees and cost of foreclosure had iu
creased the amount required to liqui
date the note to S92 so that Banks in
nowSlO worse off than nothing, and
hasn't an auimil to hi name. The
horse, the firt eo?t of which was 900,
sold for about .10'). . mih'on Tri-
Kvm iUrA Is a Trhil
10 the dysjwHic Malti'i-iice, heartburn.
itiiwdwliimMssf lli stoiuarh. au tlH'
inevitable MjHces of hi use of the knife 1
and foik. Tosay d him thl he jrialifles ,
UiecraxliiRNOi.nHK'tHe wouhl be Konniiic !
salltv. Hi nl aiuxNiVH tlicin.
Is reliel ,
altainnitieV (Vrt.iilv. ami by the iwU
pleasant as -II as UMrou;rii rcinvdv. Ho -toller's
Stomach latter. Will it cure ita
iedlatc? Certainly not it does not f
ect minielt'N. itut it!ieszHe prompt :utd
unspeakable relief, and Mill, if ersigjed in.
produce an nit tntate cure. Not oiilv doc it
unimrt tclKli to the food, lull promotes Us
conversion by the stomach into rich, health
mm strvimMi-vcUuiiiiu; Mood. Swjtersen
NlUveiur. of the neres. menial degression
ami unninci viutMit.T. rtdiicii iy uiti'trup
Hon ol the dlire-tfh e functions are a"o rem- j
odictl by it. Iti.the finest ltrexeiiUvoand
curative of malatial disorders. :um1 re!iee
constitrntion. rheumatism, kidney and lld
der .lilnients and liver coutnlaiut!
This little receipt may prove bene
ficial to susceptible hearts. Into a
piut of the water of oblivion, put of
the essence or resignation, two quarts.
Or prudence and patience, three quarts,
and of sound judgment, one drachm.
Mix well, and after they have stood
some time, take off the scum of former
remembrances, and sweeten the mix
lure with the syrup of hope. Pass it
through the filter of common sense by
the f nuuel or conviction into the bottle
of firm resolution, stopping tightly
vrith the cork of indifference. Take as
long as the disease remains.
Chronic Ir"ooac of the Bowels
Results from imperfect digestion. The
cause lies in the torpidity of the liver.
A regu.ar haut of body can be secured
by taking biaunons Liver Legulalor to
aid digestion, to stimulate the dull and
ssivp mill lwtisniinns bile. !"lii lirn-
lxtor correct- acidity of the stomach,
cures dyspepsia and insures regularity
of the bowels alike free from laxity or
The street car was crowded with
icn. The plain but business-like
young woman wno nau eniereu it
stood for a moment holding on to a
strap, when a man in bine jeans over-
alkatthe other end of the car rose ble words were pronounced that bound
and offered her a seat. "Xo, thank j her for life, however, her emotions
yonv' she said, as she jerked the bell- overpowered her aud she was unable
rope. "I don't wish to sit down. I to restrain the tell-tale words which
am merely compiling statistics for a rashed to her lips. The affair has
special article in nest Sunday's paper, created intense excitement among the
I find there is one gentleman in car friends of the contracting parties.
Xo. WO.' The business-like yonng . They are now in Washington, presum--woBian
made a memorandum in her ably trying lo forget it
reportonal note-book anu stepped;
bnsklv olTthe car. Chicago Tribune.
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Children rry for Pitcher S Uastona
Tkea Ssliy iras sick, wo avo her Castoria.
take -rasa. Child, sho cried for Castorio, ,
1 afee becatao aiiss, she clung to Costoria,
MkdCUMra,sbe gave them Castorir
Highest.ofall inLeavening Power.
The Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure, made
from the most wholesome materials, and produces finer
flavored, sweeter, lighter, more wholesome and delicious
bread, biscuit, cake, pastry, etc., than any other baking
powder or leavening agent
Food raised by it will keep sweet, moist, fresh and
palatable longer than when raised by yeast or other
Being of greater strength than any other baking
powder, it is also the most economical in use.
These great qualities -warrant you, if you are not
using the Royal Baking Powder, in making a trial of it
OWrrali&tis of the Cvniral K. W. Howe.
When a man is compel led to be hon
est, liow he boasts of his honesty.
A man is never grateful for the good
time le had yesterday.
Procrastination steals too much of
every man's time.
A nice old person is one who does
not think it a crime to be young.
There never was a man who did not
admire a good-natured woman better
than a pretty one.
Troubles, like the mountains we havo
to climb, are never so steep as we
think they will be.
Praise a good workman's work and
he says it would be better if he had
had belter tools.
Tiie things that a man never has a
chance to say. like his children who
die young, are always the brightest
Tlie happiest thing in the world is
11ki young man who has never seen a
girl "thai lie cared to look at twice.
Do lxys ever think? We believe
that the most thoughtless thing on
earth is a boy about 10 years old. lie
is too Ihoughilcas to be good and just
thoughtless enough to bo mean.
If is as hard for a girl to admire an
old woman who thinks it wicked to
laugh as it is for a small boy to like
men who look as if they had never
been lxys at all.
Scorn never points with its little
AVorlhlesB men are a community's
Smiles do not make as deep wrinkles
The latest fool thing is to put barbed
wire on top of your fence to keep the
mosquitoes out of your yard.
Some hvmi's idea of repartee when
tlicy meet a young girl is to talk of
beaux and marrying, and other giddi
ness of that kind.
When you have said of a man that
lie is always on the safe side you have
said all that cau be said of him.
In Ivausa- City when a person
screams at the sight of a cable car
passing over 8omeb..'y. i.iy say the
t person so ,vamln mnf !" from the
An Alt'liis-m toi. -n has not vis
ited a dry gitoli l . in three years.
She is bnd-ridden.
On Uiing may : . :iys be depended
upon when a woman appreciates her
husband, and that is that she was
never known to say that her husband
did not appreciate her. Al-hison
1!mi Rnllei and tin Apple.
All ohl-!iim-r who was in the mob
said: "I was quite a shaver at the
time Gen. Ihiller made his famous
ptecch in this citv. it was not made
it,.-,.,, ciI1.ir.liil in ll nilv li-ill
ni Ui01l lU.ire, UUl in Uie eilv li.ill
pais. (mniur liiu uiiv nun .uuiiliuu
Ihe old, In.leons statue 01 aslnnfclon,
whieh stood a few feel from where
the present park fountain stands.
Butler did not take an apple out of
his pocket The fact is the mob had
lieen throwing all sorts of things at
the general, none ot which hit him,
but some fellow in the crowd with a
1 more .-K-curate aim than the others,
threw an tipple which hit him plump ill
the stomach. As the apple struck him he
instinctively slapped his hand over his
stomach, and in doing so caught the
apple again! his vest. It was then
that he delileralely took out his pen
knife, ciKJily proceeded to peel it, and
then legan eating it. The mob, which
had up to this time been savage in its
attacks, broke out in roars of laughter,
and Butler won the dav. The speech
he delivered was a eorkcr.' One of
rlie mildest things that he told his
listncrs was that when ho was in New
Orleans he had hanged better men
tliey were. New Yerl: Ttle-
.V.arrieil the Wmiis; Man.
A Tribes Hill (N.Y.) telegram says :
The marriage of Henry V. Moore and
Miss Jennie Hart, which occurred
Tuesday evening near this place, was
marked bv a sensational feature whieh
, uas just transpired. Eev. W. T. Poor
1 errormpi n1P ceromonv and when he
hatl linished the bride broke into tears
I and CneU :
I have married the
wrong man." On being asked who
the right one might have been
she indicated the voting man who
liatl acted as best man. It has been
, learned ihat both the groom and his
best man were suitors for her hand.
, and although she did not like Moore
as well as tue oilier, in a nt ol pique
she accepted him, and then did not
dare to baclcout "When the irrevoca-
Is Consumption incurable?
l!eal the follewing: 2dr. C. II. Alorris,
Newark, Arksays: "Was down with
' Abscess of Lungs, ami friends and phy
'sicians pronounced me an Incurable
1 Consumptive IJegan taking Dr. King's
. New Discovery for Consumption, am
now on my third bottle, and able to
I oversee the work on my farm. It is the
! finest medicine ever made,
1 .lesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio,
isays: "Had it not been for Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumptien I
, would have died of Lung Troubles. Was
given up by doctors. Am now in best
I of health. Try it. Sample bottles free
at J. W. Conn's Drug Store.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, iS3a.
Astoria Iron Ms.
Concomly St., Foot of Jackson, Astorfcu Or
machinists anil Boiler Makers.
Land and Marine Engines
Steamboat Work and Cannery Work
Castings of all Descriptions Made
to Order at Short Notice.
A. I Fox,
J. G. IIUSTLKn...
, President, and Sunt
.... .Vice President
.Sec and Treas
ASTORIA. - OKKGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
Iromi)Uy attended to,
Aspeclalty uade of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STKEET.
11IIE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS OF
. the laws of the United States are hereby
published for the information of all con
Section l'J.c. Revised Statutes. Chanter 3.
Titled, enacts that : "No person shall kill
any otter. liiuiK, marten, sable, or rur seal,
or other fur-hearing animal, within the lim
its of A I. iska Territory, or In the waters
thereof ; and every person guilty thereof,
shall, fur each oirence, he lined not less than
two hundred nor more than one thousand
dollars, or imprisoned not more that; .six
mouths, or IhkIi ; and ail vessels, their
U1ekle.ayp.1rel. furniture anil cargo, found
itemed in violation of this .section, sliail he
forfeited, but the Secretary of the Treasury
shall have power toatuhor.zc the Ki linz of
any Mich mink, marten, sable, or other fur
bearing animal, except fur .seals, under such
regulations as he may presenile, and it shall
be the duty of the Secretary to prevent the
killing of any fur seal, and to provide for
tne execution of the provisions of this sec
tion until it is otherwise provided by law,
nor .shall he grant any special privileges un
der tins section.
i-octioii3of the act entitled: "An act to
provide for the protection of the .salmon
iKhPiie? of Alaska," approved March t, 1S.O,
".Section 3. That .section utY, of the Re
vised Statutes of the United States is hereby
declared to include and apply to all the do
minion of the United States In the waters
of Kchring Sea. and it shall be the duty of
the President at a timely season in each
year to issue his proclamation, and cause
the same to be published for one month at
least in one newspaper (If any such there
be) published at each United States port of
entry on the Pacific coast, warning all per
sons against entering Mich waters for the
purpose of violating the provisions of said
section, and he .shall also cause one or more
cssels or the United States to diligently
cruise said waters and arrest all persons and
seize all vessels found to be or to have been
engaged in any violation of the laws of the
United States therein."
Now, therefore, I, IIknvtamix IIauuison.
President of the United States, pursuant to
the above recited statutes, herebv warn all
persons against entering the 'waters of
itehrlng Sea within the dominion of the
United States, for the purpose of violating
the provisions of .-aid section law, Itcvised
Statutes ; and I hereby proclaim that all
persons found to be, or liave been engaged
many violation of the laws of the United
States, in said waters, will be arrested and
pnulslled as above provided, and that all
vessels so employed, their tackle, apparel,
f limit uro and cargoes will be seized aud
iNTESTIMON Y. WHEREOF. I have here
unto set my nand and caused the seal of the
I nlted suites to be afllxed.
Doxk at the City of Washington,
this fifteenth day of March, one
thousand eight hundred and nlne
Isiui, ty, and of the Independence of the
United States the one hundred
By the President :
IAMES G. BLAINE,
Secretary of State.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : TAKE
notice. The Astoria Street Railway Co.
of Astoria has this day filed a petition for
right of way for its road, with single or
double track, through the highway dedi
cated by the Washington Packing Co., at
the west end of Chenamus street, extended
to western limits of town of Astoria. Said
right of way to be for ninety-nine years.
And the county court of Clatsop has set
Tuesday, the 23th dav of April, at the hour
of 10 o'clock A. m. for consideration of said
application and the hearing of objections. If
any there be, to granting the prayer of said
ASTORIA STREET RAILWAY CO..
By J. W. Conn, President.
April 19, 1S90.
stimulate the torpid liver, strengthen
the digestive organs regulate the bow
els, and are uncqualed as an
In malarial districts their virtues arc
widely recognized, as they possess
in freeing' the system from that poison.
Iose small. Elegantly sugar coated.
Price, 25 cents per box.
Office, 44 Murray St N. Y.
Of Interest to Fishermen.
THE U. S. ENGINEERS' STEAMER
"George II. Mcndell," towing rock fo
the Jetty, will run the following course when
possible, viz: From Trulllnger's mill to
tauk buoy No. 9, thence to buoy No. 7,
thence to wharf at Fort Stevens.
G. B. HEGARDT.
U. S. Assistant Engineer.
Fort Stevens, Or., April 5, 1890.
1 Ei M 1
Having leased for a long term of jears the corner
store of Young's new building on the corner of Third
ami West Ninth in this city, it becomes necessary for
me to move my stock ami fixtures from present location,
and to avoid as little trouble anil waste of time as pos
sible I offer my well selected stock of
Men's and Boy's Clothing, Gent's Furn
ishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Trunks.
Valises, Umbrellas, Blank
ets. Quilts, Etc.,
REGAKDLESS OF COST, until my removal to the new
location, where I shall continue to conduct business as
I have for the past three years buying goods from the
manufacturers and selling them under a low expense
for CASH and atONE PRICE to all alike, every day in
EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS.
L L. Os
Opposite Rescue Engine House,
Hew Steamer Line !
Tanzy Point, Ft. Stevens, Ft.
Canby and Ilwaco.
The Fine New
HERBERT PETIT, Master.
Will leave Astoria daily at 8 A. M. ; Sun
days at HA. M. ; Wednesdays and Fridays
making two trips, leaving Astoria on her
second trip at 2:. P. M. from Hustler's
dock, foot of Main .street.
For Tickets. Freight or Passage, Charter,
etc., apply to Uapt. Petit, Main St. wharf.
Portland and Coast S. S. Co.
STR. ALLIANCE. Sails from Port
land every Thursday at 7 i M. : and
from Astoria ihe following morning, land
ing at Hoqui.tm. Aberdeen. Cosinopolis and
STR. DOLPHIN. Sails from Portland
on Island lr.th of each month. landing at
North Cove, South Bend, V.'illapa and Bay
F. 15. tsTROftCZ, rrestilent.
C.P. UPS1IUB, Agent Astoria.
I. R. &N. Co.
FKOM ASTOUIA TO
Tanzy Pt., Ft. Stevens.. Ft. Canby
Connecting by Railroad and Stenmhoata
Oyslerville, Montesano and Olympia
iifit "GEN. CANBY,
Thou. Paukkk. Master.
Will leave Astoria dally (Sundays excepted
Tanzy Pt. Ft. Stevens. Ft. Cauby
at 8 A. M., (Tide permitting.)
Witlidy-sterville Malls and Kxpra daily
Through Mails t points beyond, and
MonteMiiio, W.T., on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
ForTlcket.i, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the company's olUce. Flavel's wharf.
The Str. Telephone
Portland and Astoria.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at C a. m.
Monday, "Wednesday and Friday at 7 a. si.
AND COMMISSION HOUSE.
Successor to E. C .Holden.
The oldest established Commission House
in Oregon. Goods of all kinds sold on com
mission. Auction Sales Every Saturday.
General Repairing, Jobbing and Uphol
Fine stock of Furniture on band.
When you want Bargains in Household
Goods go to
John G. Dement.
Successor to W. E. Dement & Co.
Carries Complete Stocks of
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries.
Prescriptions Carerally Caaipeaaded.
Mexican Salve and
Norwegian File Core
A furnished house, suitable for either
a boarding or lodging house in a good
location. Inquire at this office.
Regardless of Cost !
to give no one an
Asloria tp build
A CHILD BUYS AS CHEAPLY AS THE
ini in all lis
THE NEWEST. THE
Circus, Museum, and Wild Animal Exposition and Grand
Free International Horse Fair.
WILL EXHIttiT AT
ASTORIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 29th.
Enlarged to Four Times its Former Si7t'
A City of Tent-.. A World of
owned Liiamiuoii Arenu Mars.
An All-Feature Show. More Absolutely New Acts than Old and New in Any
Otlter Exhibition in America. .Nature's Marvels and Ajit
Artistic Supremacy rnrivaled.
GENERAL JUBILEE OCCASION iX)Jt ALL !
TWO GRAND EXHIBITIONS DAILY.
Doors Open at 1 and 7 I M. Performance One Hour Aflerwanls.
Admission :is I'.sunl.
Free. Free to All-Grani Balloon Ascension and Thrilling Paraclintc lean !
From the clouds daily; well worth a journey of 1,000 miles to witness.
F. E. WILLSON,
Civil Engineer and
DRAUGHTING : AND : .MAPPING
P. O. Box SCJ. -
Oillcc with J. II. Manscll, next U.
TMtta, Lsster & Anflersen,
Surveyors and Architects.
Office, Room 9, Flavkl's Bltg
P. O. Box 813. ASTORIA, OR.
John Roberson, Pro. A. T. Brake, JTyr.
The Pacific Real Estate Co.
Incorporated March 0, 1800.
Real : and : Personal : Property
Bought and Sold on Commission.
Ofllce on Third St, near the Central Hotel.
Astoria, ... Oregon
WAXTES An active man on liberal sal
ary to permanently represent an as
sociation Incorporated to supply, at co-operative
iirices. general merchandise and all
kinds of articles for home and family use, in
each small city, town, village and rural dis
trict. 8.M mrnbtn. Paid up certificates
91M.IM la Cask. Credit well rated. Ref
erences exchanged. Empire Co-operative
Association (Lock Box 17G7), New Yort,
.Settling in this city owr six years ago, where I found
a very healthy climate ami good natural advantages,
etc., I concluded three years ago lo open business in my
line on my own account, with" the intention, if possible,
excuse to take or send mouev out of
up any other city in preference.
And as I Have Succeeded in Building up
a Good Business, and am
Here to Stay.
I still invite you all to call, or send jour children, as it
is well known ihat at mv counters.
GREATEST. THS BEST.
One Hui id red Times More ("rand
under. An Amazing Galaxy
Tin Mammoth Massive Mastodon
The Largest Animal Known to History.
A Ponderous Moving Mountain.
GUSTAV HANSEN, Prop'r.
;rge and Well Selected Stock of Fine
Diamis 1 Jewelry
At Extremely Low Trices.
All f.'oods Ron!it at This Establishment
W:;tch and Clock; Repairing
Corner Cass aud Squemoqua Streets
Thompson & Boss
Carry a Full Line or
Choice Staple and Fancy
Give Us a Cai! and Be Convinced.
4t7R Tft C9Rfl A MONTH can be made
pi vl IU vftJU working for us. Persons
preferred who can furnish a horse and give
their whole time to the business. Spare
moments can he profitably employed also.
A few vacancies In towns and cities. B. F,
JOHNSON & CO., 1000 Main St., Richmond,
I prescribe and fnllj
endorse Big- G as the
onl y speciflc for the cer
tain cure ot this disease.
Amsterdam, N. Y.
We 'nave sold Bg G tot
many years, and It baa
?lvon me ueoiuisuua-
I). 11. DYCTIK & Co.,
S I. Sold by Druggist
SoldbyJ.W. Conn, Astoria, Oreiton,
Csth ta H
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tBsanaiMd cot torn
- REAL ESTATE BROKER,
NOTARY PUBLIC FOR STATE OF OREGON.
City Lots and Acre Property, Ranches, Timber Lands, and Water
Frontage for Sale.
Correspondence Solicited. T. O. Box 3G3. Established 18S3.
INVESTMENTS MADE FOR OUTSIDE PARTIES.
Next W. U. Telegraph Office. Third St. Astoria, Oregon.
To-Day-Fine Ice Cream Soda-To-Day
Also Handle None bnt the Finest Key West and Imported
Please Call and dive me a Trial. TlintD STKEET, Next W. U. Telegraph Oulce
Immense Stock of Furniture
Two Car Loads received: Mor. on the way. You are invited to see the Fines:
Display of Furniture, Carpets, etc., in the City. Prices reasonable.
THE OLD STAND,
D. H. "WELCH & CO.,
NOTAUY PUBLIC FOIi OIIEGOX.
AVe lijive Projierty in the original townsite from $225 up-
wards. Good Business and Residence Property
always on our list.
Investments made for non-residents. Correspondence solicited.
Call and see us.
Office 0:1 Water Street, Near I'nioii Pacific Wliarf and Depot.
IK1 YlU'K EYE OX
LOTS FOIt SAI.1-: 11Y
Fitzgerald & Carney,
-j 1 j iir
''im.i fc f ur-n.LyjJtJS
Sorenson 6c Co.,
Real Estate Agents!
0. 15ox ires.
GRANGER & HALLONQUIST,
Civil : Engineers : and : Surveyors
Accuracy Guaranteed: Standard Rates.
Ofllce wilh iMcUnwan Bros. & Tnttle,
Slansell's New Building.
ASTORIA TRANSFER GO.
Conveyances of any kind, on short notice.
Transferrin; Baggage, etc., a specialty.
Telephone No, vs.
II. W. SHERMAN & CO.
E. P. I-I00NAN & CO.j
J. P. HYNES,
"Water Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TELEPIIOXE XO. 7. - P. O. BOX 390
I. W. Case,
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts drawn availahle In any part of the
U. S. and Europe, and on Hong Kong, China
Office nouns : 10 a. m. to 3 v. ar.
Odd Fellows Build ikg, Astoria, Oregon.
The Oregon Bakery
A. A. CLEVELAND, Proper.
(M Breaft, Cale anu Pastry
None but the Best Materials Used.
Satisfaction Guarantesd Customers
Bread delivered In any part of the city.
rsow is tiie time:
ROSS & WIRT
Are ready to raise and move houses.
"We are the boss at building streets, side
walks and bulkheads. Shingling houses a
specialty. Jack screws, blocking, rollers and
cribs for rent, gliop on Fourth St., bet. Cass
Largest : Stock I
Lowest : Prices I
C. S. GUXDERSON.
Oflice on OIney Street,
Iietween Second and Third.
W. it. llAI.T.OXOUIST
ASTORIA, - OREGON
LARSON & HILLBACK
ANU FRESH FRUITS.
Orders Delivered Free of Charge. Country
Orders Solicited. Third Street,
next to rioneer ofllce.
Lots in this Beautiful Addition for sale at
$C0 each ; 520 down, balance $10 per
month. Plats and copy of ab
stract furnished free.
Astoria Suburbs !
Five Acre Tracts east of Astoria and only
one and one-half mile from Columbia
River at 300 each ; 100 cash,
balance SoO per month.
J. H. MANSELL,
Real Estate Broker, ASTORIA, OB.
CANDY, NUTS, ETC.,
Everything in Season.
Barber Shop in tkc Bear !
Next to Central Hotel , Astoria, Oregon .
ALLEN & SIMPSON,
Wall Paper and Oil Paintings
Sign Writer, Grainerand
Cor. Cass and Jefferson Sts., Astoria,