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$St gl&itg gfovum;
iioetrsD wrmatY morning.
w R. SHAlAiORJlN & OOMPAKY.
rislfltil.ua S24 tnjrteto:it.
A ladv vrell knnvm in iliic nU . i
iertlav fcialod ihafr-Klio rrnll ;?! :,., '
divorce proceedings against her hus
band at this term of conrt. Later in
the evening the hnsbana called and
lequested that nothing be said about
it Accordingly, nothing is said
n Hat, 'e. mhj4:i
Mbf Mall. . r t .
-nm ATMtiAV puaraal" s t It jm1vt
ssM.&f4 'i.: Ike l- utM'HA rl.
U.J C'jirftn OFFICIAL PAPER
J-v tlaatri is to hs a u-Uf:l and
mt& after .Inly 3al, OvafcrviUc
il he a aiioarf order oilicc.
Ulajwr Cmrfif luw nol yet rainmed
arurrs! riinsaiioes aw still un-
Senator Dolph's bill for a light ship
at the mouth of the Columbia river
was favorably reported by the house
committee ou commerce last Saturday.
ATr. Dolph alfco introduced an amend
ment io uie sundry civil bill for an
appropriation to earn- out the provis
ion of iho bill.
The new store noir being erected at
IranUort was used last Salnrday
evening for a dance, visitors being
present from this city, from Knappa
cum t in- h-.u ruunumjj country. At four
'clock yesterday morning, the steamer
M.Uiptc came over here, bringing
home those who had gone from Astoria
A Fiul ind paper mentions a curious
stone in the northern part of that
country, which serves the people in
stead or a barometer. This stone,
winch they call 'ilraakiur.'' turns
black or blackish-gray when foul
weather is antiroachiiM' i'mn irwiiimr
.. C7 ---. ....w.
nas ;ne on
IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE.
A SensIWe Conclusion ou tte Water
-i-v aiverse report ox the
purchase or houses.
eet of turning it almost
'fcr farrmamr'fcv mariuvl S brlow
. a iSsW JWk. iWrado !a2
fflsse tlmsr iPaeific t&jhU on!friiig
IVxitfatWl will ue tin amae jmacenger
toy after drtx I.
H Union I 'antic l:Tkf ground
la. Taajnia on its depot grounds at
Tlie Pacific Joitniiil is informed
that the mail from Jhvne.) in Rral.-iml
j after the firt of .Tnly. will be carried
in wacjnn roa.i, me contractor having
taken the job so low from Astoria, that
the railroad rompam-could not mm-
I ii for Ir-i5 flirm ilfiMMn n.n ,..i.,.i
amount paid for earning it the entire
TChp nwvnae citUcr Cwuuh is at
i'cttUVywicH awaiting: onra lfore
fraarcstittg to Briefing hpi
Immediately follow ing t he Fourth or
July celebration will be the session of
the Grand Lodge A. O. U. W7., which
convenes heio duly .St h, and will con
tinue fourda-?. Jt will hriiio- fwim
1 2.VJ to :J0J visitors. There will bn n
Tik AsnMn4V oflici' u lMvianar.cis I,:iI.lo, reception, banquet and ball.
Wawteorall lnial. 1:1 slock '"" i"-'""cra i wxuen win ue an-
' iwiwli A Ui nler h: simrt n.tice. i oue i due time.
W. irhat is ta In- Uie location
!..ttf tmt. virK iiiiviiiii
-saam! f (ln'XcwHweiNifr.!
lucaf hn ai.d i .. llc "'MTs t.r ibo
mr ami tou-- ' ,ho department or tin
-Wii VirpinanV ' hc'0li '-"Saw"! for sou
a map of Alaska. iii
.S4wnf W. II. liash. of Clark
NBtr. will le rwrivrr f the new
lawil oilce at Olynnr.. Geo. M. I ills
wul Ih (he ri7i4r.
Xr Yarit Mrites are 1 eportenl about
! tein tmilag a aw mill at tise
i of ihr Nasrf. with a la:lv ca-
viaty iir aiw.eoo r t.
l?ak 2V4ia. owner or the stage
liaw Hraw North Cove to lVton-on's
lita4 haMI owt Uelinc to Villiams
A 1m!iain. of AlMiesan.
Srtiafcw Mjtc.?ll of this fctnt cre
..tcl a iriiod Ptisajoa iu the senate
"Medai last wee; b appearing clad
1:1 a ww tmitc flannel uit.
Capbtti; ijjk been tiled in the
i attaA Htaie cojirl against Itobert
na. paMw eamuerator. for ml com-
?"Onp mr work,
The ollicers of tho engineer coips in
o Uolnmbia l!.nv
neiime dilsI iirion
'hich is now wrll
underway. Vs is well known, there
is not a great deal known about the
geography of thu vat region, and the
map, in consequence, will prove T)f
The eact pri'c paid by the Union
P.jcilic ompany for the Tacoma .t
Lake City railway and Navigation
compau;, has not been made public,
but it is now well understood to be
between DO,000 :imi 150,000, in ad
dition to the assumption or all indebt
edness and contracts made bv Ihe
Jjakc t ity comjiany.
It will be of no interest to a man,
but women -married women will be
glad to hear that a verv ingenious
electrical device h;is lalelv been pat
ented by which the hands of a clock
set to a certain hour are made to com
plete an electric cnrrMif mmmMiul
with the kitchen stove so that the lire
The city council held an adjourned
meeting as a committee of tho whole
in the office of City Attorney Curtis
The subjects under consideration
were the ordinance which was read
first time at last Tuesday's nrmnml
meeting, proposing to grant the Co-
Jumbia Water Co. a thirty year's fran
chise. On this tho committee will report as
follows, at to-morrow evening's coun
Astoria, Oregon, June 24th, 1890.
To the Hon. the Mayor and Common
Council, City of Asteria:
We, your committee on Fire and
Water of the Common Council, to
Whom Was rftfariWl fllO nnli'nnnAa
granting to the Columbia Water com
pany a franchise for thilv vanra n
supply the citv of Astnrin wlf h vnfor
as set forth in said ordinance, beg
juiive io suunnt tue roiiowing report
We have carefully examined the
ordinance and its provisions. "Wo are
of tho opinion that the expense to the
city in complying with tho provisions
of the ordinance would be a burden to
iuu iu.ijaereoi me city, as the ex
pense ror lire purposes would be about
SG.OO0 per annum. That sum would
pay the interest on sufficient bonds,
issued by the city to construct and
own its own water system.
AVe believe it will" ba for the best in
terests of the city to own, maintain
and operate its own water system, and
to that end we favor au amendment to
the city charter, granting power to the
city to issue bonds for the purpose of
constructing a water system to be
unuer the control and owned by the
sj ou uuiuy tn uny can lurnisn
TUE PRESMfTI4XsCiirECH. ..
Syaopsis of a Scnaea Yerteraay Xeralag .
Eev. Dr. f!arrtnTvl -ntwluwl . -
mon in the Presbyterian church yea-
ictuajr morning wmcu nag a local ap
plication. It was from Numbers vu:
iii. and waBmta4edtcrBfekatt
portance of sntaiafeg-bu drche.
Thi3 would "be more than -provided
for. if We WOtlld all rav nnr fUl..
and though this may seem burden
some it will all "com back to us.
Churches cost something but thev
pay. "Godliness is profitable." This
often appears in individual cases, but
when we take a wida w it is Ann-
firmed beyond dispute. Wickedness
is expensive. It costs many a man
uiuid us aupjjurb nig vices wan it aoes
to support his family.
Several cases were mentioned where
countries have grown great and pros
perous by their religion, where the
natural resonnvw ham ixwm nnn
What would Scotland be' without her
A SEE WON THEGLOYES.
Bow a Fretty'wi&w Coaviaccd
Kaaaty ktaa j9f His Error.
He is liable to a ' "lrtod hen tl,tJ 'en hour arrives.
It iwsau. Ut look in Portland and
c-1-vwbewr as if the newspapers would
Uaw t take bold ami correctly com
1Mrtbe takiasr -f the eleventh Fed-'.-al
AVreckers intend .shortly to begin
worJr upon tlie hull of the old steamer
hhiho, which came to grief near Hace
rocks, last ear. and now lias in Port
Townscnd bay. It is supposed that
her boilers and something else it is
notkno.'n what are still clinging to
her, as a clumsy weight attached to
her bottom prevents her lloniincr ?
TW Foartli of .Tnh fnminillfps
lwalyH-tdatb complete ar- ,er iwtom Vr?,TCnLs llcr ll
raiajatK Aa- lie celebration. The i Iess tlmn l oven of water.
xiwrr iut ! m nave evcrvi nn
3 aiMl OMtfljW.
There is deep interest iu -vvho suc
ceeds liarry as United .States deputy
heade.1 mnn wlm I I!,arsi,"J- J-' place is a lucrative one.
lw fawnlnW ihehaire if n mnir f opu years it is worth jis high .is
uii. iiuimrs a year, xnat is, if the
lid ars iiumlxrotl wants t know
if tWve is not some place where he can
ihe lack numbers.
Jioa5 to Loan. is what twenlv
r :iiiereat advrSiert announce in
;weaTHHe diflerent )lac; in last
Friday!, Tacoma It lobe. It is fur
I at. mostly oh real esiata
TWne is much freigiit going io
i trays kwiir tiiat the All ia tut can
acaJy kajnlic all. ami Mr. Strung
- snakwff eifiortB to Iiave the item ral
Mttfis ym a (be sani roulo.
1'ortJand deputies don't take the
ousmess themselves. Thev wmio'!'
1 do whenever there is any business to
ik nene: come down anil sene the
pajer.s and get mileage both ways.
The StulintI thinks that those
wondciful reclining chair cars re
cently introduced on the Union
P.icilic road will be shunned by everj
lady who travels in company Avith an
inrant aHcrshe once tries (hem. There
is no place to lay the babv down, and
ir .she attempts to let it bleep in her
lap, some big husky 1st the .seat in
front is apt to tilt over backwards into
her lap also.
JAHrfiJi Crk4uiu- was killed at
Siaolr. Pacific comity. Wash., a few
T" - V-L "" " l"v -' . ,. . ... .
ivr. riuiiuc -Hie Kinking him on the ' George J raucis Tram will publish a
Imt aawl crathing him io death. J lMipcr at Tacoma. It has been named
"Train's Hound the World Edventar.
Oa tf iii biggest nuisances on H -vilLbe issued .4enn-occasionally.
eartlt to people traveling i the man When Mr. Train gels it loaded, he will
wIkwp hoib i ventilati(n.' and who firc off. lie expects to startle the
ihtHkv 1ktmw he likes draughts or ' world with bis iajcr. lie is arraug
air tiwt nwiKly eKe must, too. I i" for another trip around the world
, " "9 dajs, to start next September bv
Tk conUiniPil cool u cither has special steamer, booming the Chicago
.l-i..,.- n .. i.i.:i:i r n x.i - n-nrlil'o r..;. ir :n -.it i- i ?
nn-mii nn tfnmnimn'S Ml lilt Olg """" t nil.. ill; win KL'll IICKCIS tO
.lant rwe, ilmt was iroithc.o,l Iriof
wiatar. Unt ia ,InI the Columbia
wiM W natsideniUb higher than it i
"tit Rift. ta" .Tune were never before
Mffcons iu (Mr bml and redo
hul T faunraiice as this month. M.anv
A4ncia hnlies irMeri'e them in jars for
tlte lattttc ierfiunp iluil thi'ir iietals
TUe jmsstvt brick for the front or
tit ww hntldititr, on Third street, op
I.4e engine house, hae
mwd. ainl the building -will be
im-hel ready for the new bank as
Te a woman wandering around
W askutgUm and Yamhill counties sell
ing loUen ticlreSp, at SI apiece. Tor an
nlkced raftle of "a lot in Sea View ad
IttuMi to Astoria. Let. see: where
i-N?vfa View addition, ainhow?
tVJ your ilags and decorations
ready for the celebration ot the nation
al birthday. Show your colors, for
the llag is handsome, aside from its
emblematic beauty, and ought to be
9C ki abundance on the Fourth.
who accompany him at ."300
A well known dcuti&t fried hard to
collect a bill, but, after manv ineffect
ual efforts, said to the debter: "I
don't intend to send ou any more
bill", and J don't intend to sue yeu:
but tlrere is one thing I want to tell
on. Every time you cut oft' a piece
of beefslc-ik and pass it to your wife,
lwanl-ou to icmember that she is
not chewing that with her leelli, nor
with jour teeth, but with my teeth."
Tn two or ihree days he recoived a
check. The notion "of tho.sn ilnnlilo.
Talse teeth in his wife's mouth was too
much for him.
water for all city and firo purposes at.
ven liiiio cost, anil cnn snnni' vm
sumers at one third the present rates
cuargeu uy uie uoiumbia Water com
0 Would, theroforr ronmmnnl
, v, .WWMU4WM1A
that the ordinance do not pass, and
that the charter be so amended as to
give the city power to issue bonds for
the purpose of constructing a system
of water works iu the city, to be
owned and controlled by the city.
Regarding the ordinance authorizing
the purchase of a team for No. One's,
the committee will make the following
Astoria, Or., June 24, 1890.
To the Hon. the Mayor and Common
uuiivu, uuy of Astoria.
GnxxiiEMEx: We, your committee,
to Whom Was reforiWl fltr inolnonl i.-
amance, entitled "authorizing the
committee on fire and water and the
chief engineer of the Astoria fire de
partment to pnrchase a team of horses
for Astoria Engine Co. No. 1, beg leave
to submit the following repert: We do
not deem it advisable at the pres
ent time, to purchase a team of
horses, as the council have adver
tised for bids to build a new engine
house ou the lot recently purchased by
the city, and it will be an unnecessary
expense to fit up the present house
tor horses as tho new engine house will
be built and fitted up for horses. We
would therefore recommend that tho
matter be deferred until the new en
gine house is built Respectfully sub
mitted, F. Wickmax,
Committee on Fire and Water.
The Communication rprmrrlinrr ha
amioinhnent nf nn oninniur tny "W
Two's was referred back without action,
the committee exercising no jurisdic
tion in the matter, tho question being
more one for tho foremen of tho com
pany than for tho council to decide.
bibles and Sabbaths, and thehouaea of
God? Go to the Scandinavian coun
tries: they are poor in natural re
sources, bnt thV V.limr in tha ti'Ma
and to the church, and have grown
great ut. uampbeu mentioned Jenny
Lind, the unrivaled songstress, andOle
Bull, who gave the world a new revel
ation of the possibilities of violin
music, and Thorswelsden. the great
sculptor, and above "ill Gustavus
Adolphns who brought to a sneceaa-
iui issue me Thirty ieara war.
Churches are 'much.neededfor our
city. Astoria had better do without
railroads than without churches.
What sort of an advertisement would
it bo .'for real esfcta Tipiy Oni ;tv
has dried un" and"drivRn nnf tVia
churches?" or thisr "A'rfHr wTi tha
churches are very" weak and poor."
Every 'property owner in flus place is
greatly indebted to -the churches, and
""v ouuii iuuu utuui kj ao ins pare
lowaru cnurcn support. Jivery man
decency and gdoiT, order here ought
himself to be in somej&urch, at least
as iin attendanti ye"ry Sabbath day.
We raised here 'in v nhnrf-fima .
iently two hundred thousand dollars
ior a rauroaa. we had better
raise live hundred thousand than lose
onr churches, or let them' drag and
starve. These institutions well cared
for, will soon be able to take care of
themselves. They will build sightly
edifices of brick and stone, which will
crown all these heights and look out
in the harbor. Strangers entering the
place will look upon them with ad
miration; and God will command his
blessing upon a people who thus
honor him and sustain his cause.
After the close of the able address,
a statement was made that the church
was in debt the sum of S229, and that
it was desired to have it natd at nnm
instead of remaining. The members
iayorea the suggestion of the pastor,
and in a few minutes the entire sum
Was raised with naaa rhia nwimnl
action of the members shows they ap
preciate their pastor, and practically
endorsed his sermon.
C. W. Loughery returned yesterday
from a trip to South Bend.
Miss L. Pinschowergoes to Portland
on a short visit this evening.
Miss Lclia Hughes, dnughter of E.
C. Hughes, is visiting in the city.
Mrs. Babbidge, wife of Capt.J. W.
Babbidge, was taken seriously ill yes
Misses Amy Powell and Hattie
Dunning returned 3'esterday morning
from Eugene, where they have been
attending the slate university.
Justice of the peace Silas B. Smith,
of this county, headed the list of pio
neers at tho recent Portland reunion,
being credited with arriving in this
country in 1839. HchadthendvnnhjiTA
of some or the pioneers by twenty
fnnr. 1C".(1 !.:.. 1.1. t; 'i.
.c-.i;, Jiwj uciuji mu umiu
A Narrow Esrapr.
The barkentine North Bend, CapL
Wallace, is at Knappton, loading with
lumber from the Columbia Mills.
The steamer Dolphin, Capt NeilL
arrived yesterday from Shoalwater
bay, and went up the river in tho af
ternoon. The steamer Alarm, CapL Kill
man, sailed yesterday for Gray's har
bor, where she will be employed by
her new owners.
The barkentine Eureka, Capt
Jacob Peterson, sailed yesterday morn
ing with a load of lumber for Redondo
The four-masted schooner Novelty,
Capt. Ben Law's, arrived nt Knann.
ton yesterday mornintr. frnm Han
irancisco, and will return to that city
with a cargo of lumber from the Co
lumbia Mills, as soon as it can be
loaded. She will take about 750,000
feet, and can carry as much as 800 -000.
Passengers to Portland.
In one of St PanTa naUtfal ana.
urauiruuiuCB 11TC8 H yOUUg WlUOWOIM
of 8tose Wllnwvlilitnj7a-.wi1i VvtAw
jeW warranted toClon-at;ipOjjardfl.
.uo ucib uut bub una occasion to ap
pear in full dress she will nmhatilv
nou a uflir cu iricivfri vmrn arm vn
uuiu a Foi-muwa genueman wno nas
apartments on the same floor. This
is how it happened: The gentleman
came home one afternoon,
and as he passed along the hall to his
rooms he saw thmmrii the half-sman
door of the fair one's room a sight that
causea nun to stop and exclaim:
"What on earth are vnn r?ftTnc?" Tho
lady stepped-back and explained that
m tmn uitn lutu JUSL UOCU. mJUb HOm6
and that she had nlaoed her mirmr
down on the floor so that she could
see how the dress looked as she walked
"Looks all right," said he.
"That's all you know about it," said
the widow. "In the first place it
doesn't hang well behind; there is a
certain satisfaction and peace of mind
to a Woman Whn lrnftWH thai, hay Araaa
hangs well behind that the comforts
or, religion do not give. But the
greatest fault with it is that it 3 so
abort that I am almost ashamed to
"-That's so, it is awfully short," he
Said. lookUM? down nt the -anHn-aa
graceful ankles as she moved around
behind a chair. "But I always did
admire those embroidered hale thread."
"Yon don't know what vnn nre talk-.
incr abeut: they're not liale thrond nnrl
TOU have no thine in hase nn nnim'nn
on except your too-fertile imagination."
"Well, I never worked in a dry goods
Store, bnt Pll insfc bet vnn a nnir nt
gloves that I am right and that they
are naie inreaa."
"And you won't ever tell a living
soul if I show you that you are wrong?"
"Never! upon my honor."
"Well, come in and close the door,
but remember I trust you to be hon
orable in this and never breathe a
word about it And if I satisfy you
that you are wrong, I am to have a
pair of eight-button white gloves.
"Yes, yes, that's all right' he an
swered, impatiently, thinking it would
be a good bet if he lost
Walking demurely to a dressing
case she onened the nnner rlmwup and
"I- bought three pairs yesterday;
here are the other two, and you see
they are silk, not lisle thread, and they
have just a little line up the side in
stead of embroidery."
"But I thought you were going
"Sir! There are some nnhienbi nnnn
which you have no right to think.
Never mind what you thought," she
continued, as she held the door open
for her caller's exit. .Tnjf nKKvA
your thinker in remembering that
you owe me a pair of gloves.". Paul
"BettiBK ob a Sare Taias:."
Sporting men are having a good
laugh over the Astoria exploit of John
Barry, Cold Storage Smith, captain J.
A. Brown and M. M. Dee, who made a
still hunt down to Astoria, having a
sure thing on Fraker's winning the
Biordan-Fraker mill It is said on
good authority that they are about
$150 apiece loser, and their friends are
kicking because thev didn't let- them
in on such a sure proposition. Ore-gonian.
Nottingham Lace Curtains
Sixty Gents per Pair, to Five Dollars
Just Received at The
Leading Dry Goods and Clothing House of the City
. II. COOPER'S
517 and 521 Third st i-
. ., - - . A-siaria.
For Ladies !
HAND SEWED, DOUBLE SEAM SHOE." It never rips. It never squeaks.
uexiuiu man a nanu mm.
MORGAN & GO.,
It requires no breaking ia. Ifcta
At New West ra last er.
Tire Astori vn Miggcsts to the ceu
ns enumerators that they "get a move
oa them." No extension of time will
l allowed, aud any one not counted
vlica the time is up will have to go
uncounted, so far as this census is con
cerned. At a recent mnss meeting at Marsh
field, Coos county, to solicit subscrip
tions to the Coos Uay & Eoseberg
railroad subsidy, in a few minntes
StaOM was subscribed of the $30,000
needed. Grading will commence
about the It ot July.
The new motor engine of the Bay
railway company, was overhauled
Saturday by Arthur Bartholomew, the
engineer who is to have charge, con
nections made, and jesterday she was
beamed up and run-t?r the road,
giving perfect satisfaction.
The following "nob's" is posted on a
feaoc in Tillamook ceunty: "If any
Mae's or woman's cows or oxen gits in
tfeeec here oats, his or her tail will be cut
off the case may be. I am a Chris
taat smb and pay my taxes, but d n
a mm who lets his critters loose, say L"
I The Northwest Mayazine savs:
I Tho young cities of the new west are
, making a mistake in hurriedly grant
ing lranclnses to corporations for
lighting, water worlcs and local transit
In tJic new organization of society, of
which the .signs are plain upon the
horizon to everyone who looks beyond
the narrow circle of present conditions,
municipalities will undertake manv
forms of service now left to corporate
enterprise, and cities will buy back at
heavy cost the privileges they are now
giving away with a lavish hand It
will then be held to be just as much
the duty of a city government to pro
vide light, water aud street railwa3-s
for its people, as to pave the streets,
build sewers and maintain a police
"Weal: and weary describes the con
dition of many people debilitated by
warm weather, by disease or overwork.
Hood's Sarsiparilla is just the medicine
llCedOll lO lllll'll im mr1 ctrnnrrMirm tlm
body, purify and quicken thc'sluggish
uiuuu, cujll IiiOHJlC II1U JUSt clJIJIL'llie.
The Little Dandy
Alcohol Stove at
Unrrali for flic Fourth of July,
When ever body will celebrate with
Fiieworks, pin chased from F.Pei roll's
large assortment of Itoman Candles,
Sky Itockets, Torpedoes, Tin Wheels,
Nigger Chasers, JJos Pistols, and all
kinds of Fireworks. The finest stock in
the city to select from, and at prices to
suit the most fastidious customer. Come
earl 3 and have your pick.
Look at the Cooking and Heating Oil
Moves at Noe & Sculley.
Large stock of Oil, Alcohol and Gaso
line Stoves at Nfoe & Sculley.
Census enumerator "HYvn-kAr lmrl a
close call Thursday morning about
four o'clock as he was rowing in a
small boat, between Clifton and Weat-
porr, ior tno steamer tstate of Cali
fornia came very near running him
down as she was coini? at fnll RnWl
coming down the river. Tho roll of
the waves from her propeller washed
his boat up on the low bank and cap
sized it It was fortunate for him
that he was so near shore, or he
would have hud a cold bath, and pos
sibly l)een drowned.
We desire to say to our citizens that
for 3 ears we have been selling Dr.
Kinti's New Discovery for Consumption,
Dr. King's New Life Pills, Bukletfs Ar
nica Salve and Electric Bitters, and
have never handled remedies that sell
as well, or that have given such univer
sal satisfaction. We do not liMU-atA tn
guarantee them every time, and we
stand ready to refund the purchase
price, if satisfactory results do not fol
low their use. These remedies have
won their great popularity purely on
their merits. J. w. Conx, Druggist.
At the Bazar, the finest line of Gloves,
Mitts, Bibbons, etc., etc.
Money to Leaat
On Imnroved Farm Prnnertv. for twn
3 cai s or longer. Address Box 313, City.
Go te Uc Bacar
For the nhenn;t and tact Satoona and
Black Dress goods.
Potatoes and TecetsMes.
Strawherries and other berries, Cher
ries. jurranis ana au seasonaoie r nuts
at Thompson A Roar.
The followiug is the list of passen
gers having rooms, who went up the
river last night on the steamer Tele Tele
peone: Mrs. F. D. Winton and daughters,
E. A. Taylor and wife, Mrs. C. E. Bain,
J. W. Feilding; H. Sampson, D. O.
Taylor, J. Moore, Gus Wilson, H. M.
Wilson, M McGowen, M. Keith, J.
W. Hardison, J. W. Lamon, J. H.
Smart, H. Bell A. C. Astbury, J.
Leahy, D. Leahy, J. H. Johnson,
George Conn, Mrs. N. Hendrickson,
Mrs. Fitznatrielr. TVfr. f!nrr "P Smith
Mrs. Gustavson. G. W. TTaHctm Vn -!
, -..-0,, ...... i
sj. niorcan. a. i. uampstv. w.
HE WAS ABHAMKD
To Ask ApilB, but Hli Fraalc letter
Got It for Him.
A few months ago one of the unfortunate
Inmates in the Sn Francisco Almshoust
was inspired by the sensational statement!
In the newspapers with the belief that Joy's
Vegetable Sarsaparilla would help hha. Bat
without money, how to get U was the ques
tion. Finally he wrote to the Edwin W. Joy
Co., appealing to their generosity, and It was
aot unheeded, the coveted preparation ba
ins; seat by the next parcel delivery. Itt
feet is best told la a subsequent letter, from
which we quote the follewing:
L ''I suppose yon know as by this writing,
fnd my clrcnmstaaces and condition. Al-
uiuofcu xiuimiviBc, i au ox your.generosiry
lor aaother bottle of your JoW Vegetabi
Sarsaparllla. Its- laxative -action ia perfec
tion itself. It has so thoroughly regulated
aiy system that say catarrh, -rheumatism,
constipation, and headaches are all better.
Lfe?illhVnld1.t0,u,: In b wl
" r" t """ mignt not neea any
more, but I am now so anxious to keep It up;
but you see how It is.'
w It was scat, and he can get mora if he needs
Salmon are now rnnnincr in rorv
large quantities. Yesterday W. H.
Vianen's fishermen caught from fifty
to ekrhtv to the lmnL nnd nil onrinc
m -- 1 ...6
salmon of immense size, manv of
them weighing as high as seventy
puunas. jot. vianen says tno run of
spring Balmon, and their immense
size, beats all previous years of which
he has any knowledge. New West
The Texas Cattle Trail.
N 0 W
The famous Texas cattle trail is a
thing of the past A drive of 10,000
cattle recently completed the journey
to Wyoming, but not without costly
delays and detours to dodge culti
vated lands and farm fonroxi Woaf
ern developement is the great leveler
oi aii lanamarjcs. umana nee.
Furnished rooms will be wanted from
July 8th to 12th, for members of the A.
O. U. W.. COmincr to tha Cranrl juaa,
AU persons haviner anv. win niPnoA
leave word as snnn oa nAceihia nf T?nt.
4th of July
The Election Is Over,
And it behoves all to for
get the political
A Snap in Real Estate.
UK Acres, close to river and slrc.-t car line. Only 500 per acre, for a few day
only. SJ.000 can he made on this property within threemontlw.
IFtoftl . Estate
Odd Fellows' Building,
Lots in Case's Astoria ire Now ob Sail
AT TOE OFFICE OF THE
Astoria Real Estate
PRICES FROM $150 TO $250 EACH.
TERMS '-One-Hal f Cash ; the Balance in Six and Twelve Months.
WeinharcTs Lager Beer!
Is the Choice of the Connoisseur. V
Superior Facilities for Shipping in Car Load Lot.
Orders for any quantity to he directed to
H. WEINHARD, Portland, Oregon.
ueracr Twelfth and B. Telephone 72.
Plaaas far Sale
At factory prices. M. W. Burtt, agent
from the factory of Hemme & Lone.
San Francisco, who is a practical piano
maker and tuner, is now in the city
prepared to do all kinds of Impairing
Drink Knickerbocker bottled beer.
Coffee and cake, tan rants, at the
Try the Columbia Bakery and satisfy
yourself where you can do the best.
Best Beds in town. Rnnmq nAr nlohf
60 and 25 cts per week SUM). New and
ciean. rnvaie entrance.
A First-Class PacificRIEstateO.
QCCUPIES THIS SPACE.
A. T. BRAKKE, Mgr.
Tkerc Are 8aaae nice Rssmn.
Over the Mikado candy store, suitable
tor offices, for rent. Apply to Alex
Thefri!imh!a Rlt-r? ic tha nantaof
shop in the city.
For t lie very best Photos, eo to Shns-
All the Choicest Delicarira. mmd hv
only first-class men at the Seaside
Good Goods &nd lnw rfoc t tha Ku.
Gn totlieSn Vraniicun ftailArw'Va
the finest Photographs and Tiatypetv
We lead, nthpivt. fnl
ome made bread at the
Tnllr la nliM
Oregon Bakery, and Judge for yourself.
JThompwm&Rossare handlin? the
- i,A rrz Z v- " "c vyuoicess dairies,
n? JiS,sSSStT you wlth a No-1 art,cle
of Bntter or Cheese.
Saaae FJae 8Crawberrles
TO arrive thla mnl.. -cr 1--1.
chance to get good berries at reasonable
I" lxs lHQMPSOy & Boss.
-if" i taurant for sale at reason-'
able price for cash. Good reason given
for seiling; AWkgnkr.
rff!!,1?011!8 for 1dte8 a fiuaUtea:
2&$2&a Telephone ba-
-' .r- ,
'HsTboanir mntfnrTku ..j -u-t
rr . vry. -..?- I&JTS.ZS a-vi itt
, -f,i -; yS!55Rl 'zffr. .fJ A ID
In the meantime the
undersigned will not for
get to look out for the
people's wants, and be at
all times prepared to fur
nish the finest selection
of gentlemen's garments
at his usual reasonable
The Live Cltthier and Hatter,
In the Occident Hotel Bl'd'g.
The Oregon Land Co.
Where Property Is Left For Sale.
Corner Third and Olney Sts.,
L. R. Abarcrombia, Prop.
Finest and Most Convenient
Ererj Boom Hewly Funiihed.
Frirate looms for Families'.
Tnuwiaat CtMtaaa Salieltetl.
TfcAOalv Abfnvmnhl ITntAl a(- Caa.Ma
Thompson & Boss
,-- jCarry a fall Liae of ?
Choice Staple and Fancv
ftivtUtaCtJi m it CMviectfJ.
Far Stlt. -
F22F St'MjDOMaKk OF MAIN
L Satal Sflatll tll Tal. IClU .It
gnaca. Iair of VAN DUSENftCO.
The Indiana Paint Shop.
C. M. CDTBIRTH, Prop'r.
Ctr. Thin! and Main Sts.. Astoria.
PAINTER AND CRAIMER.
Paper Hanging a Specialty.
"Work executed with Neatness and Dis-
FOR FRESH BREAD,
Cakes, and Fine Confectionery. All Order Delireresl.
Mafct, Argand and Actrn
Coolriaa aad Hitting;
EVERYONE. FULLY WARRANTED
W ATEB CLMHS, TUB9MBQ BOIIt,
pcEPg, am, ai un tubs.
IKToe db Bloully,
OHENAMUS 8T11EIT. '
Smokers Articles in Stock.
.THE TEADE SUPHJED.
Stselsi Braassi sfaWctad to Order.'
MAIN 8TEEET, , - - Astoria, Or
La Fayette Park.
Three Miles from the Pastofiice and Custom House.
Astoria Real Estate Co.
- Asteria. refrtm.
172 CASS ST.,
-T-A.I-a3L3Nr3E3S3 Tt a j j T
For All kinds of Fire Works, best Tea, Jar .mese and Chinese Cnrlositlaa
FlHfl Silk Goods. "FLire Ornckprv. Tipnnprpil Waro TvnraTmr. Vniui
wear, Etc., go to WING LEE 4l CtT.
529 THIRD ST., ASTORIA, OR.
Ivory Toys, ittlns; Jaa1rV,UMsyB-".
KEE?S Itf STOCK THE
Finest Woolen Goods for Suitings. All the Lat
ue Days ior uasn at iistcrn Trices. He Gnarantees the Best WatkatS.
iJ J IV. VS1U M JXUkUU 1 lilt), AliVUil
- Garment?. Call and seo for yourself.
Jr $3KlcSf -
Batata . x-
nana mock, ASTOKlA.OB.