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.JULY 2t. 1890
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jht published on the Columbia river.
School meeting ibis evening.
Twenty-five and fifty
opera home lo-nigbt
cents at the
A Remarkably Successful Ascension Yesterday.
Geo. Wade, the victim of Delgarde's
bullet, will be buried to-day.
"Little Annie Kooney" was among
the Potter's passengers yesterday.
Senator Mitchell has secured a
position for Jim Turk. Weeks wants
to know where he gets in.
The Ecvniug Telegram, of Port
land, is a good paper. If it had an
editor it would be a better one.
Daring the fiscal cir eudiug July
1st, "1)0, there were S3 postollices estab
lished in Oregon, and 23 discontinued.
The motor, the street cars, the boats
and all privab conveyances that could
be secured were full of people yester
day, enjoying the beautiful weather.
There was a slight collision between
two cars on the street railway yester
day, near the Clatsop mill, but no one
was hurt, only the lady passengers
were somewhat startled.
The necessary expense, S500, has
been guaranteed by citizens of Albany
to defray the expense of their hose
team while training and attending the
northwest firemen's tournament at
The non-arrival of the Telephone
for the 4 o'clock trip of the Seaside
train made it a little awkward for
some of the passengers, but SupL
Thielson quickly straightened matters
out and made it all right for every-lody.
Did ou attend lloss' opera house
Saturday night? If not, you must
attend o-night or to-morrow night,
and see an entire change of programme.
The Abbotts and Steens are simply
A uew tax roll has been ordered by
the city, and the tax list of '90 will be
placed" therein. It Is due to sissessor
Wright to say that so far as he was
concerned, the assessment made was
in accordance with several existing re
quirements. Last eveniug at eight o'clock, dep
uty sheritr Kinney and chief Barry ar
rested Ah Siug, Fong Jim, Lo Wung,
Ah Ynu and Ah Fong for playing fan
tan, in a China house on Second
street, between Benton aud Lafayette.
They wore taken lo the county jail.
The Union Pacific's official state
ment for May gives the gross earnings
as $4,1U7,010, an increase of $939,381;
net oarniuga as $1,328,090, an increase
of $45,3 j7. For live months, to May
31, the gross earnings were $10,805,857,
an increase of $2,801,019; net, $1,519,
331, an increase of $181,3S4.
At the cricket game in Tacoma on
Saturday, Alfred Tee, at the second
over, was struck on the right ankle
with a ball, which was so severe a blow
that he was compelled lo retire from
the game and return home. His ankle
now is badly swollen and very painful.
His forced "retirement was the cause
of our club losing the game.
By far the largest number of visitors
to the seashore of any boat this sum
mer was the load brought down by
the 2 J. Potter on Saturday evening.
A few more such loads would bring
joy to the hearts of the laudlords of
the seaside hotels, who have been anx
iously -awaiting the coming of warm
weather to send them numerous
Supervisor of census Kelly gives the
following as an ostimato qE the popu
lation of some Oregon towns, as shown
bv the census returns reoeived at his
orace: Hosoburg, 2,300; Eugene, 3,200;
Salem, 7,200; Oregon City, 3,2UU; Mc
Miunville, 1,400; Grant's Pass, 2,250;
Jacksonville, 1,200; Corvallis, 2,200;
Ashland, 2,700; Hillsboro, 1,000, Al
- bany, 7.000.
Complaint was made by a China
man named Ah Shew, against Wagner
for an assault and battery, and a war
rant was issued Saturday night for
the arrest of the latter. He deposited
$20 bail and the trial will take place
at 10 o'olock this morning beforo
Justice Cleveland. The Chinaman
de"iosited $20 as security fqr the costs,
in case he fails tq sustains his charge."
Several thousand people visited up
pertown yesterday, in cars, wagons
and buggies, on bicycles, tricycles and
on foot, and waited, some anxiously,
and some listlessly, from one to four
hours to see the balloon ascension.
Some became tired of waiting and
went home, but all who remained were
At nine and a half minutes to six
the fire was lighted, and in just seven
teen and a half minutes, the balloon
was fully inflated with hot air and
apparently struggling to escape toward
the clouds, being held down by a
dozen men or more. Prof. J. J.Bomig,
stepped inside the rope under the
hoop attached to the parachute, which
was suspended from the bottom of the
balloon, and at eight minutes after six
shouted "Let hergo. Instantly the
air ship shot upward like a rocket,
aud the bold aerial voyager was
spinning up towards the sky, fitting
on a rope like a short swing. In two
minutes he had reached an altitude of
nearly 2,000 feet, when he cut loose
from the balloon and dropped but a
short distance before the parachute
opened out perfectly and came floating
down beautifully, reaching the ground
in one and a half minutes from cutting
loose from the balloon, or three aud a
halt miuntes from the lime he started
from the ground.
On leaving the ground the balloon
bore a little toward the hills, then came
back nearly over the starting point,
and soon after the aeronaut cut loose
from it it turned over, the hot air com
ing out very quickly, and it descended
in the woods about the same time he
landed. In coming down Pror. Bomig
saw that he was liable to land in the
woods, so he commenced swinging
himself violently, thus forcing the
parachute towards the river, and
landed a few hundred yards easterly
from the starting point, entirely un
harmed, in a small clearing on the side
This makes 70 ascensions Prof. Bo
mig has accomplished successfully.
This timedie wore a life preserver, so
that he would be prepared in case he
dropped in the wntc.
A Stranger in the City.
Mrs. Nellie Thompson has returned
J. W. Stengele returned from Port
land yesterday morning.
B. H. Coleman left here last even
ing on the steamer for his home in
Boise City, Idaho.
George W. Chuttcr, S. H. Maddock
and Alfred Tee returned yesterday
from a visit to Tacoma
P. B. Johnson and wife are in the
citv. Mr. Johnson is responsible for
the daily appearance of the Walla
Walla Union, but otherwise deserves
all round commendation.
MARINE NEWS AND NOTES.
Walking Around Port Townsend
Down from the clouds last evening
dropped the daring aeronaut, but
down from the dim unknown, out from
the misty confines of the other world
bej-ond the ken of human thought.
there dropped into the family of (j. U.
Fulton last night at ton o'clock, a
diminutive specimen of hnmanity.
The family tree has been in existence
some four ears or more, but this is
the first branch of the parent stock,
and to say that his advent is hailed
joyously, "but mildly expresses the
happiness of the family circle, which
lovingly welcomes the new member.
That a long life of usefulness awaits
the new comer, aud that he may ever
be a pride and honor lo his parents,
is the wish of The Astokian.
Far Below the Facts.
New envelopes have recently been
procured in large quantities for use by
hotels aud business houses of Astoria.
On the face, in pal6 green, is a view of
Astoria, taken from the hill near the
upper end of the street railway line,
showing the buildings, wharves and
the river, with the werds: "Astoria,
Oregon, the coming city of the Pacific
coast." On the back is a statement of
some of our industries and advantages.
But there is one sad mistake, for the
value of salmon exported in 1889 is
stated at $892,000. Had the parties
who published them been better posted
and given the correct figures, it would
The steamer Michigan is expected
from Portland this morning, on her
way to the Sound.
The steamship Geo. llr. Elder, Capt.
J. C. Hunter, sailed for Alaska yes
terday with several passengers from
here and considerable freight
The steamer G. W. Sheaffer came
down yesterday in the place of the
Telephone, which was temporarily
disabled, and was being repaired.
The steamer Alliance, Capt Peter
son, arrived from Gray's harbpr yes
terday noon, and after a short stop,
proceeded up the river for Portland.
The steamer Telephone broke a
pitman strap when just below Kalaraa
on Saturday. At Kalama she lauded
three car loads of salmon, and went
on to Portland, using one engino
The steamer T. J. J'otter, Capt.
Pease, was well loaded with passen
gers yesterday, both morning and
evening, with passengers to and from
the seashore, both Seaside and
The barkentiue Tarn O'Shanter,
Capt Hatch, came down from Port
land .yesterday afternoon, towed by
the steamer Willamette Chief. She
is loaded with lumber and bound for
Some One Stole the Boat.
Last September one of the small
boats or skiffs of the steamer Kellogg
was stolen while the boat was lying at
her dock in this city, and though the
captain made every cfibrt he could
not learn who had taken it A neat
reward was offered, but apparently of
no avail. A few days since the cap
tain heard that a man named Binear
sou, living down the Columbia, had a
boat with the Kellogg a name on the
bow. The matter was sifted and Biti-
earson said he had pnrcbased the boat
from John Anderson, who is a brother
of Frank Anderson, the young man
who was sent to the penitentiary for
stealing $10,000 from the Northern
Pacific Express company. Constable
Al Thomas started down yesterday
and found Anderson, who is only 19
years old, on his ranch opposite Coffin
Bock. Anderson denied that he stole
the boat, but admitted having sold it
to Binearson, claiming he bought it
from another party. He was brought
to Portland and lodged in jail to await
an examination, which will be held
Ten days ago Tire Astoriax had
the news of a murder m Alaskan
waters, of more than usual atrocity.
The Port Townsend Leader, of the
17th, has the following regarding the
The steam schooner Francis Cut
ting, which arrived from Cook's inlet,
Alaska, Tuesday, brings meagre par
ticulars of a horrible crime committed
on board the four-masted schooner
Jeanie about the middle of June.
According to the story brought down
on the Cutting, a murder was com
mitted on the Jeanie, and the mur
derer is now walking the streets of
Port Townsend unmolested, simply
because there is no one who will
swear out the necessary warrant The
officers here have information of the
crime, but it is useless to make any
arrests unless the United States has
witnesses enough to sustain its case.
If arrested without a warrant the
prisoner might be released within
twenty-four hours on a writ of habers
The storv told by the officers of the
Culling is that chief engineer Deycre,
of the Jeanie, became involved in a
quarrel with the first assistant en
gineer, whose name is not knowr.
! Blows soon followed, as their language
toward eacli other became the
stronger, and Devcre knocked his
assistant senseless, being much tho
stronger man. Wlule the assistaut
engineer was lying on the floor of the
engine room insensible, Devere de
liberately picked him up and threw
him against the moving machinery.
Before assistance could arrive the
man was horribly mangled, several
bones being broken and his right ana
crushed. More dead than alive, he
was extricated from the machinery ,aud
medical assistance from the salmon
cannery summoned. A few moments
after his arm was amputated the man
died. The captain and the chief offi
cer were ashore temporarily, and the
Jeanie was exercising her engines.
The murderer defied the ship's crew
to molest him, mid taking the ship's
boat with a few supplies, started down
the coast There were no officials in
Cook's inlet and the murderer was
not pursued. He traveled several
miles along the barren, uninhabited
coast to a small cannery, where he
took passage on the Cutting forPuget
No one on board the Cutting swore
out a warrant for Devere, and unless
this is done there is no use placing
him under arrest He has carefully
evaded tho officers since arriving here
and it was understood last evening he
had left the city, but such is not the
case. The officers could have arrested
him al any time, but decided, cf
course, that it would be useless to do
so, inasmuch as it wonld be putting
the state to expense for no purpose.
Devere claims the crime was commit
ted in self-defense, although he studi
ously avoids talking about it
Devere's victim was a young man
and said to have been the only suppoit
of his widowed mother and two sisters
all three residing in San Francisco.
The general land office has short
ened and revised the questions asked
the claimant and witnesse.5 in making
final proof on homesteads and pre
emptions. Many unimportant and
harassing questions have been omitted
entirely, there being now only thirty
seven questions, where as formerly
there were 103. This save3 the settler
considerable expense and annoyance.
The following are the questions that
will be used for homestead hence hence
eorth: FOR WITNESSES.
What is your name, age, and post
Are you well acquainted with the
claimant in this case and the land em
braced in his claim?
Is said tract within the limits of an
incorporated town or selected site of a
city or town, or used in any way for
trade or business?
State- specifically the character of
land whether it i3 timber, prairie,
grazing, farming, coal or mineral
When did claimant settle upon the
homestead and at what date did he es
tablish actual residence thereon?
Have claimant and family resided
I continuously on the homestead since
first established residence tncreonr
If settler is unmarried, state the fact
For what period or periods has the
settler been absent from the land since
making settlement, and for what pur
pose; and if temporarily absent,
did claimant's family reside upon
and cultivate the land during such
How much of the homestead has
the settler cultivated and for how
many seasons did he raise crops
What improvements are on the
land and what are their value?
Are there any indications of coal,
salines, or mineral of any kind on tho
homestead? (If so describe what they
arc, and state whether the land is
more valuable for agricultural than
for miner.nl purposes.)
Has the claimant mortgaged, sold,
or contracted to sell, any portion of
Are yon interested in this claim; aud
do you" think the settler has acted in
entire good faith in perfecting this
to Five Dollars
Just Received at The
Leading Dry Goods and Clothing House of the City
. II COOPER'S
517 and 521 Third St
LADIES, ATTENTION !
Th. Popular Boot and Sh.ce Store, Ho. 537Th.irdSt.,
Are receiving goods from the following manufacturers: Heywood k Co., Worcester. JMass.; John Strootmanr
Buffalo, N. Y.; Faunce & Spiney, Lynn, Mass.; Marcio & Cie, New York City; A. E Brown & Co., Phila.; and an
Extra Lino of California Goods.
DEI. 3S. Foxier Cf3 OO, Astoria, Oregon.
Who Gets That
1 he Typosranlilcil 1'iiion.
At Hie meetiug yesterday afternoon,
in accordance with the requirements
of the general laws, the name of this
union was changed from Seaport to
Astoria Typographical Union.
Secretary Nelson having left the
city, his oflice was declared vacant,
and Wm. J. Kelly was elected.
The secretary was instructed by vote
to notify the proprietors of the city
papers that the scale of prices will go
into effect August loth.
The meeting then adjourned, subject
to call, and by the next meetiug will
probably have received the charter.
lisei!fiev. to Portland.
A circular was sent out by the
Northwestern Industrial Exposition
fif Spokane Fals says: J'The building
ifhjch. js now being constructed with
al the rapidity which money and
energy can give it, will be one of the
largest exposition building3 in Amer
ica. It has over 150,000 square feet of
Jloor space. This groat building, tho
artistic proportions of which are the
very highest order, will bo devoted
mainly to tho oxhibits of the various
counties, cities and villages of the
Pacific northwest" The exhibition
begins in October. Astoria should
have fitting representation thereat.
Jas. McCauley, from Cook's inlet,
Alaska, says that the salmon pack of
Alaska will undoubtedly be mucn
smaller this vear than it Tas last.
The fish are not running in Alaskan
streams in anything like the numbers
they wero a year agOj and it is doubt
ful it the run wil be much more,
although some claim it is simply late,
and" that before the season closes' the
canneries will have put up as many
salmon as were panned last year. This
js. not likely. l$r. Mo'Oanlpy says he
Jpjqws. qf inqre tlia,n qne instance
when Jess than one-tenth of the same
patch is being inade that was taken
last year at the same season and in the
same traps. Canneryinen are paying
only 6 cents for kingfish, whioh is a
ridwakrasly low figure, and as a can-
gaqoenoe little outside fishing is being
uooe uy anaians oompareu wiiu mo
number that were taken iu that way
The record of cures accomplished by
Hood's Sarsapanlla can never be com
pletely written. The peculiar curative
powers of Hood's Sarsaprilla are suc
cessful when everything else has failed,
lfyour blood is Impure, your digestion
out of order, try Hood's Sarsaparilla.
For the very best Photos, go to Shus-ter.
The following is tho list of passen
gers having rooms, who went up the
river last night on the steamer Tele Tele
peone: L. Coblcntz and wife, N. Ballen, C.
E. Ruuyon, J. F. Tavlor.B. H. Cole
man, J. Faken, A. T. Webb, W. S.
Gauston, E. A. Snlley, E. W. Crich
ton.M. RL Ketchum, 1L ,T. Hanua, C.
S. Drihl, Mrs. H. J. Wood, judge
Was a success and so was the en
tertainment of tho Steen-Abbott-Merrill
combination at the opera
house Saturday night. Tho citizens
pronounced it O. K., and the best ever
visiting Astoria. They are deserving
of a paoked house to-night and to-
morrQW night, as au entire change of
programme will be given, and at the
same price of admission, 25 and 50
Thesleamship ColumbianClno from
San Francisco ihis morning, with the
following prsseugcrs: C. T. Watkins,
D. E. Watkins.. M. M. Gnu, A. J.
Johnson, N. Wi. L. L. Hope, and
wife, Kenuedv, Mrs. M. Scott, Miss E.
Stanbridge, W.H. Miller and wife, W.
C. McBralney, I. Winstrong, Mrs. E.
It Savanah aud daaghter, Mrs. Davis
and maid, J. 11. Brown, B. Meade,
Mrs. I. F. Stanley, Mrs. A. E. West,
C. W. Locamb and wife, C. A. Fiderlin
and wire, J. S. Village, L. C. Hullmrt,
M. Dannenbaum, Nellie Clark, Ada
Blanchard. Mrs O'Donnold, Annie
Kennedy, B. V. Mays, G. McLcod.
Judge B 1 says when he was a
young attorney ho was very sympa
thetic and took divorce cases for a
nominal fee. As he became older in
practice and understood the whys and
wherefores, he learned to discriminate
and now he watches close and when
he sees a fellow setting hard on the
fence waiting anxiously for divorce to
be granted, he' charges accordingly
aud makes the fellows pay for the fun
in prospect. -Yaquina Republican.
The proportion of lake transporta
tion trade may be inferred from a
statement of the Detroit Free Press
that one steamship company owns six
steel steamers, one of which will carry
25,000 barrels of flour, 2,700 tons of
ore, or 95,000 bushels of grain. These
steamers ply between New York and
Buffalo, in a general freighting business.
AX OPEN IiKTTKU.
Fronj Profsor J. P. Ijoonpy, Priuripnl
Pulton Ptihlir School, in Favor
of llr. Darriii.
why did nn GO?
A St. ILouIs jrercli ant's Trip to
Postofllce, anil tho Itcsu.lt.
This remedy is becoming so wel
known and so tmpular as to need no
special mention. AU who have used
Electric Hitters sing tin' same song of
praiso. Apuicr medicine does not ex
ist and it is guaranteed lo do all that is
claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all
diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will
remove Pimples. Boils, Salt Rheum and
other affections caused by impure blood.
Will drive Malaria fiom the system
and prevent as well as cuic Malarial le-
VKr.-i. rui tmtui iiuuuic. .uiisliii.l-
lion and Indigestion try Electric let
ters Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded. Price 50 cts. and S1.00
por bottle at J. . Conn's.
Ticket? for the Presbyterian church
excursion, can be found at the stores of
Parker & Hanson, i'. M. Thatcher and
Thompson & Boss. Itemember the
date, Thursday, July 24th, leaving As
toria at g;00 a, y.
Knouts -willi Hoard.
Parties desiring comfortable rooms
with board, at reasonable rates, can be
accommodated at Mrs. E. O. Holdon's,
sorner Main and Fourth streets.
Who says they oan't find any nice fruit
in town ! Call on Thompson & Boss
and seo their assortment of fine Oregon
peaehes in boxes and baskets; also
peach plums, bananas, apples, pears,
etc., eta, of every seasonable variety.
For fine fresh plums go to Thompson
Talk is cheap. We lead, others fol
low. Try the home made bread at tho
Oregon Bakery, and judge for yourself.
A strnchan apples, ripe tomatoes and
cucumbers at Thompson & Boss'. ,
For 'a good shave go to F. Ferrell.
California's last sensation Is beginning
to take hold of St Louis. J. V. S. Barrett,
the commission merchant of 122 and 12
North Commercial Street was one of the
first to test Joy'a Vegetable Sarsaparilla in
sick headaches. Its effect was such a pratl
f ing surprise that he went over to the post
office and told his friend, Thos. Y. Culkin,
sup't of the registry division, who was also
worried with headaches. The following let
ter details his friend's experience alse:
Postoffice. St. Louis, Feb. 20, 1S90.
J. V. S. iukkett, Esq.:
Deau Sin: You ask me, Did I act on your
advice? I did, and have to thank you. For
years I have suffered from indigestion and
headaches. Taking youradvice,lpurchascd
a bottle of Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
Before I had finished It I could eat almost
anything with impunity, and have been
sinco Tarely troubled with a headache of
any kind, for which I give due credit to
your advice and Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
TIIOS. P. CULKIK.
Sup't Registry Division, l'ostoflico.
Choice fresh Oregon peaches at
Thompson & Boss'.
AU the Choicest Delicacies, made by
only first-class men at the Seaside
Choice fiesh smoked eastern sugar
cured hams at Thompson d; Jtoss.
Editor Oregon ian -Dim: Sin: I
am not in the habit of puffing adver
tising doctors, bull cannot let this
opportunity pass without mention, in
justice lo tho afliictcd as well as Dr.
Darrin. The doctor has cured me of a
troublesome catarrh and bronchits of
seven years' standing, by electricity
and inediciue. The cure is perfect
and permanent, and I will answer all
letters addressed to me at Portland.
J. P. Loose.
There is somethiug about the suc
cess Drs. Da'rrin arc meeting with
which is truly hard to credit, yet we
have it from persons whose veracity
we cannot doubt, that their cures are
remarkable. The arJbve case is rtccnl
iarly striking. Professor Looney is a
man of undoubted integrity and well
known throughout the state and na
tion. The above card about Drs.
Darrin is positive proof of the unex
ampled snecess which attends their
treatment. It shows how radical, as
well as unexpeoted, are many of their
cures and how chronic diseases of many
years' duration aro unable to
resist their skill, and is
but one ' of the many cases
which the doctors have under
taken, and is only one of tho scores of
patients whom they have restored lo
health. The author of the above
statement, we have full assurance in
saying, was actuated in publishing the
same by no other motive than grati
tude for his cure aud a desire to make
known the means to others as uufor-J
tnnate as himself. When we reflect
what a great lxxrn is health when we
consider that without it the slightest
approach to happiness is impossible
that it is, in short, the greatest earthly
blessing can we be otherwise than
immeasurably surprised to find anyone
who has lost this great treasure, and
hesitate to follow a plainly detincd
path leading to its recover'? To see
a sick man or woman neglect or refnse
to visit Dr. Darrin, who may do him
or her some good, ami cannot do
harm, is equally an inexplicable
mystery. Try them, at all events,
common sense would suggest. A
consultation will cost you nothing.
The doctors could fill this iwgo with
responsible certificates, but their fame
is so widespread it is unnecessary.
The doctors treat all chronic diseases
at their parlors in the Washington
building, corner Washington aud
Fourth streets, Portland.
At the Sunny Side saloon. Furnished
rooms up stairs.
What is your name, age, and post
Are you a native born citizen of tho
United States, and if so, in what state
or territory were you born.
Are you Ihe identical person who
made homestead entry, No. - , at the
laud oflice on the day of, 18
and what is the true description of the
land now claimed by you?
When was your house built on the
land, and when did you establishe
actual residence therein? (Describe
said house and other improvements
which you have placed on the land,
giving total valuo thereof.)
Of whom doe3 your family consist;
and have you and your family resided
conlinuouslv on the land sinco first
establishing residence thereon. (If
unmarried, state the fact.)
For what period or periods have you
been absent from the homestead since
making settlement, and for what pur
pose; and if temporarily absent, did
your family reside upon and cultivate
the land during such absence?
How much of the land have you
cultivated each season and for how
many seasons have you raised crops
Ts your present claim within the
limits of an incorporated town or
selected site of a city or town, or used
in any way for trade and business?
What is the character of the land?
I3 it timber, mountainous, prairie,
grazing or ordinary agricultural land?
State its kind and quality, and for
what purpose it is moat valuable?
Are there any indications of coal,
salines, or minerals or any kind on the
land? (If so, describe what I hey are,
and slate whether tho land is more
valuable for agricultural than for
Have vou ever made any other
homestead entry? (If so, describe the
Have you sold, conveyed, or mort
gaged any jwrtion of the land; and if
so. to whom and for what purpose?
Have you any personal propertv of
any kind elsewhere than 011 this claim?
(If so, describe the same, and state
where the same is kept.)
n Real Estate.
11 Acres, close to river and street car line. Only $500 per acre, for a few daya
only. $0,000 can be made on this property within three months.
He oilers to sell ati3'thin"; and
eve'thing in his Big Clothing
Store at Cost.
Wimnte & im
Odd Fellows' Building,
LOIS l C
ase's Astoria Are if on Sale
AT TIIE OFFICE OF THE
Astoria Real Estate Co.
PRICES FPvOBI $150 TO $250 EACH.
TERMS -One-Half Cash ; the Balance in Six and Twelve Months.
s Lager Beer !
is the Choice of the Connoisseur.
We have for sale fifty of the finest
lots in Grimes' grove, Seaside, Oregon.
These lots lie between the Necanicnm
and the ocean, and the Astoria and
South Coast trains run through tho
middle of the tract. At the rate this
property is now selling, it will bo
out of the market very soon. Intend
ing purchasers will do well to call on
us at Astoria or Seaside at once and
seenre a lot before the inevitable ad
WARREN & WRIGHT.
.j59 Tlirl Street.
Everybody who is in need of
Clothing;, Hats, Shoes, Furnishing
goods, Etc., will buy of Herman
AVise, for the reason that they can
now for the next sixty days
Real Rare Bargains
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Siipcrior Facilities for Shipping in Cur Load Lots.
Orders for any quantity lo be directed to
H. WEINHARD, Portland, Oregon.
Corner Twelfth antl II.
P. O. Bex 405
And Free Lunch at the Telephone Sa
loon, 5 cents.
ADVICE TO XOTIIEKS.
Mns. Wixsr.ow's Sootiiino Sykup
.should always be uied Tor children
teething. It soothes the child, softens
the gums.allavs all pain, cures wind
flmlie, and is tlu bes.l remedy for diar-rhifa.Twenty-five
cou'.s a bottle.
(lo to the Columbia bakery ice cream
parlors and try a dish of their Tine ice
Go to the Columbia bakery for all
kinds of oakes.
Itemember tho Austin liouso at the
Seaside is open the year 'round.
In dally receipt of Oregon cherries,
berries and all other seasonable fruits.
The latest stylo of Gents' Boots and
Shoes at P. J. Goodman & Co.'s.
Delicious Ice Cream
Served dally at the Columbia bakery.
If j-ou want some raspberries call
early at Thompson & Koss'.
Go to the San Francisco Gallery for
the finest Photographs and Tintypes.
Steamer for Sale.
The steam schooner Francis Cutting,
now lying In Port Townsend, is offered
for sale on reasonable terms. Said
steamer was built iu spring of 18S9, has
a net tonnage of GO tons, will carry
about ninety tons of merchandise be
low deck and is guaranteed in first class
order in every respect. For further
particulars apply lo
F. P. IvExn.vi.i.,
Columbia River Pkg.Co., Astoria.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals uill be received at
the oflice r the Auditor and Police
Judge until Tuesday, July 22, 1890, for
the improvement of the crossing of
Madison and Jefferson and Madison
and Astor streets, according to the pro
visions of Ordinance No. 1109. liids
must state the price per yard for grad
ing and amojint for woodwork on each
The right to reject any aud all bids
is hereby reserved.
By order of the committee on Streets
and Public Ways.
T. S. JEWETT,
Auditor and Police Judge.
The Reliable Clothier
In Occident Hotel Building.
SECOND - STREET
(Opp. Telephone Landing.)
Is Bib Bon Ton Restaurant or tfte Town
(ANI TUB KINKST OX TIIK COAST.)
Dinner Parlies, Banquets, a Specially
Tr Viiiest Vines anil TJquor.t.
Private Entrance and Rooms.
N. T!. Xo connection with IiN oM place on
Wm. W. WiiF.unv,
Wherry & Harry,
AND SURVEYING. TOWNSITE AVOItlv
$5 Cabinets for $2.50.
Ludlow's Ladies' $3.00 Fine Shoes;
also flexible hand-turned French Kids,
at P. J. Goodman & Co.'s.
Best Beds iu town. Rooms per night
CO and 25 cts., per week S1.50. New and
clean. Private entrance.
For a good Clean
Main Street House.
Boom, go to the
AKEWA1H) OF WILL BE PAID
bv tlio Scandinavian Benevolent So
ciety for the recovery and tlelhcry ol the
body of Peter Brown at Astoria, tir., who
was drowned oil Scarborough hill .Inly Kith.
By order of the Board ol directors,
MARTIN OLSEN, President.
Au. Daxiklsox, ltecV- Sec'y.
Reward of $25.
WILL BE PAID BY SEASIDE LODGE
IT No. 12, A.O U. W., for the recovery
of the body oIBrotuer Peter Brown delivered
at Astoria, Oregon, on or before Aug. l, 1S90.
Attest : I. W. CASE.
Acting M. W.
City and Suburban Troperty Sold on Com
mission. Investments Made for
I. W. Cise, Banker. Judge C. II
Office on Third Street,
Near Court House, - ASTORIA. OR.
8 and 88
Two Choice Blks in Adairs Astoria
FOB SALE BY
Magee, Argand and Acorn
Stoves i Ranges.
Cooking and Heating,
EVEBYONE FOLLY WARliAHTED
Good Good? and low rates at the Sea
Dnnk Knickerbocker botle( beer.
WATER CLOSETS, PLU3IBIXG QOODS,
roars, sixes, ad bam tubs.
USToo cfc Scully,
311 CKENALIOS STREET.
Van Dusen & Co
Lots in Block "8'' S200.
Lois in Block "88" $150.
Half Cash, Balance in Three
and Six Months.
"All lots staked at four corners.
Main Street House
The above Restaurant is Just Opened,
with everj thing .New and
This is the Cleanest and Quietest
Place in the City.
BAPtLQW & HAYDEfi, Prop's.
No Chinese Employed.
K IIS. E P HK sX
The Oregon Bakery
A. A. CLEVELAND, Prop'r.
Gooi Breal, Cale ant Pastry
None but the Best Materials usea.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Customers
Bread delivered in any part ot the city.
w. w, wssEiair, prop.
jJgTEnlarged and Refitted to Meet the Popular Demand.Jg3
FINEST RESTAURANT IN THE CITY,
Shoalwater Bay and Eastern Oysters.
Private Rooms For Dinner Parties, Etc.
MEAI.S COOKED TO ORDER.
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