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Dally Astorlan for the next twelve
months will be entitled every ten
weeks, to a set of ten first class novels,
by sending us 30 cents (for each set of
ten books) In postage stamps of silver,
on receipt of which we will send the
books post paid.
These books are complete novels by
standard authors, each a handsome
octavo volumn of 64 large double col
umn pages, In a neat attractive cover,
and printed from clear, readable type,
THE BELLE OP LYNN; or THE
MILLER'S DAUGHTER. By Char
Iqtte M. Braeme, author of "Dora
THE BLACK TULIP. By Alexander
THE DUCHESS. By "The Duchess."
NURSE REVEL'S MISTAKE. By
Florence Warden. .
MERLE'S CRUSADE. By Rosa Nou
A STUDY IN SCARLET. By A.
ROCK RUIN; Or, THE DAUGH
TER OF THE ISLAND. By Mrs. Ann
LORD LISLE'S DAUGHTER. By.
Charlotte M. Braeme, author of "Dora
THE ARMORER OF TYRE. By Syl
vuuus Cobb, Jr. (
Mr, UILFIL',8 LOVE STORY. By
A SCARLET SIN. By Florence Mar
ryat. THE SEA KING. By Captain Mar
U'ttt. THE BEIGE OF GRANADA. By
Mr E. Bulwcr Lytton.
Mr. MEESON'S WILL. By II. Rider
JENNY HARLOWE. By W. Clark!
BEATON'S BARGAIN. By Mrs.
THE SQUIRE'S DARLING. By
Charlotte M. Bramne, author of "Dora
THE RUSSIAN C1IVSY. By Alexan
THE WANDERING HEIR. By
. FLOWER AND WEED. By Miss
M. E. Braddon.
' NO THOROUGHFARE. By Charles
Dickens and Wllkle Collins.
THE GREAT 110GGARTY DIA
MOND. By W. M. Thackeray.
The above books aro nicely printed
and bound In attractive paper covers.
They aro sold regularly at retail for
ten cents each, so that our offer en
ables our reauii t to buy them at one
third of thel.' iuuo. It is a grand
chance to secure sundurd, high-class
works of fiction at merely nominal
The lowest price of these novels In
any other .iy. would be 10 cents each,
or U for the ten books, which The As
( lorlan milwci Ibers can have for 30
Every ten weeks a new set of ten
books will be offered on the same
terms. Thus, In the course of the year,
you will have a valuable library of CO
books that will cost you only $1.60.
This offer Is open only to regular sub
scribers. Subscribers to The Dally ABtorlon,
who pay $7 for one year In advance
will be entitled to these books free of
Now Is the time to get your home
iiewnpaper, and a valuable library be
sides, for only the regular pries of the
Subscribers to The Weekly Astorlan
who pay 12 In advance for one year's
subscription, will be entitled to any of
these books they may select at the rate
of 3 cenis per book. On receipt of the
list of bonks disurlbed, accompanied by
a remltance In postage stamps tor sil
ver to the amount of 3 cents for each
book ordered, we will have the books
sent postpaid to the .uldress of any
regular subscriber to The Weekly Asto
ran as above.
Good looks are. more tlmn skin deep,
.depending on k henllhy condition of all
tli vital organs. If thn liver be tniictlvn,
you hav a hllllong look, If your rtomurli
bo dlmirdetvd, you Iiuvh a dyspeptic look
and If your kidneys 1 disordered ymi
Imve a pinched look, ft'fiire good health
nnd you will have good looks, Kleetrlc
Hitters Is the great alterative, and tonic.
" " 7 nil mrnr o;u UIKIIOM. I. lire
pimiiles. blotches, bolls, and Rives a good
complexion. Bold nt ftm. linger' druR
At the forks of Deep River. Wash.,
t..t Anderson's store, on Tuesday, A li
eu ft K-th. ix;ii at 10 o'clock a. m., will
be fl l by Auction the following prop
het i't li0 acrf mi Sul mtn Munb
tdluliig JO acre of bottom land with
mi.) iniUUiii feet of ilr timber. For
f .. !!. r p.Ttleulars apply to Martin
ALONG THIS WHARVES.
The steamer Mendel lias been sur
veying the bar for several days ascer
taining accurate depths of water at
all states of the tide. '. The result of
the observations will be made Known
In a few days.
- The Manzantta's thrust shaft Is be
ing renewed as quickly as posslblj,
and she has been thoroughly scraped.
A complete coat of lead color has been
put on, and she will remain in the
same dress until extensive repairs are
made on her In the fall.
The ship Willie Reed was towed cu.
by the Escort today. She goes te
Queenstown for orders.
The Oregon came in yesterday from
California and pioceeded up the river
at noon. She experienced head winds
all the way.
The State of California went out
yesterday morning with 14,000 feet of
lumber 2000 cases of salmon, and a full
cargo of miscellaneous merchandise.
By the arrival of the Monlwal In
San Francisco Monday a challenge
was brought on the part of the United
Axmen's Association of Tasmania,
with a deposit of $3,000 to bind a match
between the Tasmanian champion ax
man and the champions of the United
States and Canada. The Tasmanlans
have got it into their heads that they
are the best axmen in the world and
want a chance to prove it They have
sent a guarantee of $120 expenses from
this city for each man. The contest
Is to take place at Latrobe, Tasmania
en November 30th. In addition to this
contest there will be prizes aggregat
lng$,500 for other contests with the ax.
Fred Strong of Portland in town.
Mrs. Murray went to Gearhart yes
terday. Dr. C. W. Logan went down to San
Hon. John Fox returned from his
trip to Victoria yesterday.
Harry May has secured a good posi
tion In the engine house at Fort Stev
Rev. W. S. Short and family ore at
Seaside, staying for a few days at the
cottage of Alex Campbell.
The combined Sunday schools of the
Congregational, Methodist, and Pres-.
byterlan churches, participated In a
picnic at Fort Stevens yesterday, that
proved a great success. The day was
fine, and although the bay was a little
ehoaw under a stiff northwester, the
ride to and from the Fort was greatly
enjoyed by all. The steamer Electric
and the E. L. Dwyer with barges, car
ried the party, the former with 150
from the Presbyterian Sunday school,
and the latter with an equal number
from the MethodlBt and Congrega
tional churches. At the picnic grounds
the day was spent In games -participated
In by all the children. Many went
In bathing while others enjoyed a run
on the long, Bandy beach. The picnick
ers returned nt 8 o'clock, nfter one of
the most delightful outings of the year.
I won't be under sold on wall papsr.
Always as low as the lowest. The best
stock to select from In the city. B- F.
Allen, Thlad street.
Water colors, crayons and sepias cray
oiis, copying and enlarging, a specialty
at Crow's gallery, 638 Third street-
The Boo Hive, "this week, will pell
all Bummer goods' at great reduction.
Bovs tennis oxfords 50 cents per pair;
Indies sleeveless vesta. 10 cents each;
mull caps, 10 cents each; lawn 5 cents
A phenomenal run of sardines com
menced on Tuesday In San Francisco
bay, and tho Italian flsrfc-rmen made a
heavier haul than they could dispose
of. On Wednesday the flood tide
brought up countless shoals of the fish,
which averaged about six or seyen
Inches in length. They made a clean
sweep of the front from Powell-street
wharf to the mail dock, and the boys
with dip nets gathered enough of them
to stave off hard times In their house
holds for days to come. A spot par
ticularly favored during the annual
run Is tho enclosed pool at the foot of
Beole street. Just below the electric
arc light. Here the fish assemble by
thousands at night and are easily
dipped out. Judging from the sardine
catch there ought to be enough to sup
ply everybody In California fish dinners
for a month. At the Clay-street land
ing the water was black-with the fish,
THE CUSTOM OF TIIH COUNTRY.
Is to give a fair trial to articles pre
sented for popular approval and then
to testify to the merits of the best
Tried by this standard, the best ex
ternal remedy known to lotn tne med
ical fraternity and the general public
Is the Alleock's I'orus Plaster. Its fair
trial has extended over a period of
more than thirty years. In all that
time It has never failed in remedial
und early effect. There Is iu experi
ment about It. Buyers of Allck's
Poms plnstera take ih chance. They
are getting Btandard goods which have
been known and proved for a genera
tion. Their composition and ingredients
hnve not been equnllcd in any Imita
tion plaster. The peP' k,1w th
They have found a true friend In All
cook's Poms Plaster. Other so-called
porus plasters aro feeble Imitations -or
the genuine. They may, now und then,
be sold to the unwary, but experience
and use soon show their worthless
chnractor. For all purposes wherein a
plaster Is rwuihwl AUcot k'fl Is tho only
one that Is worth buylntf or trying.
This Is not the unsupported ussfrtl.m
or the mnnufaoturors (they need n
suih factitious nld to popular!." t u-ir
remedy). but the voluntary und
testimony of the I'vlnfr men ,,uul
men who have hnd a personal cxi"
enoe of disease nnd their cure. 1
"custom of the country n ''"V. .
cock's Poms Plaster at the h.-nd r -t.-nml
remedies, nnd there It "1
for the simple reason thnt It is
oiiKhly good. Knfe. sur ' kikm-.iv o
action. What more '"' j
Ask your druggist f"r A! lock ""
Loaves for Tillamook Bay Foints the day following the arrival
of tii Union Pacific steamers from San Francisco. '
riiBHtM merit. I. Elmore connect with
. 1 . i i. .t. ,i.. ..... i. ..., I ..,.
f!'f Union Pacific
, ; "ELMORE, SANBORN & CO., Agents, Astoria!
UXT"?. PACIFIC 11. R. COM: ANY, Afrenta Portland.
TENNESSEE MINERS' TROUBLE.
Knoxville, Tenn., Aug. 10. Meagre
Information from Coal Creek is to the
effect that a miner named Drummond
was lynched at that place today by
the soldiers. He had been held under
arrest, charged with being the leader
of a mob which assassinated Private
Laugherty on Monday night. Drum
mond was hanged to a trestle. A man
named Elkins, who is suspected of
complicity in the murder of Laugherty
will probably be lynched. Affairs are
assuming a serious shape in the min
ing regions and more trouble is ex
pected. Today one thousand miners
went out on strike, and work Is at a
standstill in nil the mines except those
of Knoxville, which works convicts.
The cause Of the strike Is a reduction
of twenty per cent, on the coal dig
CUTTING DOWN AT FAIR.
Chicago, Aug. 10. The World's Fair
authorities are abolishing the expens
ive features of the administration
whenever possible. It is learned today
that Major Handy, of the department
of publicity, has resigned, and It has
been proctcally decided to abolish the
foreign affairs department.
A Kure Cure Mr Piles.
ti v. I.. Tll,io . a knnnn llV moisture
like perspiration, causing intense, itc ring
wnen warm, mm iurm,
.i 1 Urntrmllnir. vlold at O11C0 tO
Dr. Hosunko's Pile liemedy, which acts
directly on the' parts affected, absorbs
tumors, allays mnuiu uu civv.-v.io -permanent
cure. 50c. Druggist or mail.
? - T- Ronnnkn. H29 Arch
street, Philadelphia, To. Sold by J. W.
AU the patent meocrnes advertised In
t.i nn wnthi. with the choicest
linn i in i" i , . ' v- ...... -
perfunury, und toilet articles etc.. can
be bought at tne lowest prices ui a. .
Conn s uruK Htore, opposim wix-mum. ,
FOR SALE BY AUCTION.
Improved machinery for the whole
sale manufacture of mineral water w'll
be sold at public auction. i-arncuiar
as to date of sale, etc., can be had
by applying to Martin Olsen, auction
eer. Second street.
Lovers of a good cigar can always
find mild, fresh Belmonts at Chas.
, FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS .
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup "has
boon used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
alUivs all pain, cures wind chollc, and
la the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five
cents a bottle. Sold by all drug
gists throughout the world.
THE FORCED MORTGAGE SALE.
Of Hermnn Aviso's stock Is now In full
blast. Everything sacrificed.
M. WISE, Mortgagee.
P. S. All persons Indebted to Her
man Wise will please settle ai once.
The Library Association has been
the recipient of numerous favors since
thoir- inHt rmbliii acknowledgement,
among them the lettering of the win
dows by Mr. Allen, paint lurmsnea ny
Messrs. Carnahan and Fisher, $21.75
tho twitimil rluli the nrnceeds of
two games, city water from the water
commission, ana a largo numuer vi
books from friends.
ASTORIA TO THE WORLD'S FAIR.
i.i.,rin in rhicHco In four days.
naiuii- v.... D
This is the time made by '.he Vnlon
Pacific. Rates nave Deen reuueeu io
a very low figure. Go now before
higher rates take effect. For further
information call at ticket offlco Union
Pncltlc dock. .
G. W. LOUNSBERHY, Agent.
TTue 7,lnfandcl wine Intend of coffee or
tea. . DO cents per gallon. Dont forget
Peach nnd nprlcot brandy, also French
Cognac and wli)C nt Alx. Gilbert s.
St,. - J-
A new slid ohiiihio irenimtmin'iiwmHH"1
miminMtorlcs, I'iiunicnt in Ctt' SiiU', lo n
box slid v-IHk: ptwit'.ve euro fr e lernul, In
toriml blind r t:eetliK. iU'lmin. oliroiuc.
rcent or 1 cr-oiinr pile, tuid many other
rti.-.mo mid Wfukiiwjim; it l vys
nr.-nt iieiH'H'. to tl' neutral health. The Hint
iltsfnerv of ameilienl cure renderliuj Kli cpr
lion with the mdfe iitineui sry hertafter
TIiIh remedy hs lievti- bo. n ki.own to full-
... ..... . .l .ltA. ..I
1 per lnT, tt for .v, eni pt hirh. nny nuci
lroin t!ii terrible .'.seo wheu written suar-
aiinvii Kiveu Willi tt imxe, 10 reouiu inc
monev ir not cured. Send tlrapj f r free
Mimno. fitmri'itee ln-fl by UonJwitrd
Clurk A -,v, V ln!ec nn Hetail Dmgit
Sole AKetitu l"rtUid, Or. for Nil by J. V.
CjiiI'. AMorUi Orewoi
. mo trtrru
A REMEDY FOR CHILDREN.
whrtt .h tia nt koM, Klhr mmA mo tak tr.
poo.ir.il ol onu.n ti up t night. th !
siTehiKirra mi .'pon tiKviix fr. u.mn'i nion
tvruuxlo.-'h 14 lrvdr riTlvtrol. ttiorj
ad withaui i&t 01 uu
-t . x m s r -r
St I MS M M 1 .
For sale by J. W. Conn, Pniggist
Union Pacific steamers for Portland,
I,,.....id ti Willnninnk HuV linilltS I)T
Ship freifjut from I'ortlaud by Union Pacific
The Store of John G. Niemi
Has been purchased by
Butterfield Bros.;' ":
Who are Rolng to close out the Rtock.
IntiHidiiiK pureliHM-n will tlo well to cull
ami rxHinlne too s mid Mnei'H before
I iu':asi K elsewhere. Tliy nlo have
:i po l WiilcliinaKer to tin repairln;.
L W. CASE,
Cermaa-Aincrican, Sew York City. S. Y.
I'ninn Fire aud Slarine, of New Zealand.
Naticua Nftro and Sarine Ids. C0..01 Hartiurd. !
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford.
Home Mutual Ins. Co., of San Francisco.
Pliu'iiii, of London. . I Imperial, of Loudon
New York Plate Glass Ins. Co.
1'HS ASTORIA SA VISES BASK
AcU i) trustee for orporntlnnii aiul Individ
uaH l)i ,ioslU noliitltod
Inti-iC!:! ' ll t allowed on Havings dcpoalM
On in.l!iiiry saving l 'l: 4 per cent nei
On term r. uvliigshook. li per cent, per annum.
On certificates of deposit:
For thrco month, wt . :it. (or annum.
For Bix months, 6 per edit, per annum.
For tweivo months, 0 per euut. per annum.
I. V. CASK: President
J. O. . ROWI.BY Vice-President
FRANK J" V'l'ON Cashier
W. K. WKM KN'F Meeretary
t. W. ','hm-, .1. 0. A, flnwlhy, fi'tst Holmes,
V. H. Page, Lunj. Youuii, A. B. Reed.
F. J. Taylor.
THE PORTLAND i'-SAVINGS 'BANK
IIP PORTLAND. ORKION.
Paid ill, ce.piUil .-2CO,000
lirpillS tilIU prf.m . . w,.n
RANK OKKIIM, President'.
0. P. 'J HO.M P.sON, V lee-President
H. C.HTKATl'ON, Cashier
Kopp's - Beer - Hall
Choice Wines, Uiimrs and ClKara.
KENTUCKY - WHISKEY,
Only lmndeil ever the bir. Tlie lnrgest
. (,'lass of . P.lleer. lla'f and linlf, 6c.
. i'ree lunch, .
ERICKS0N & WIHKALA, Prs.
Cor. Coneonily and Ijifii.vetle Ptf.
C." P. UPSHUR,
SIUFriMi ami COMMISSION
Astoria, - Oregon.
ROSS, HICCIN Sl GO.
butchers - mid - Grocers,
ABtorlauud lTpper Astoria.
Finn Tons and C.lt ps. TjiIiIc Pell 'hcIiix,
Puinestin and Tropieal Fruits, el
lilM,s iiar cured hums, hac .e.eic.
CHOICE FRESH & SALT MEATS
HUNTER & MER&ENS,
Proprietors of the
Portland Butchering Cos Markets
Corner Peroud anil Itetiton str. els
Corner Xliijjt ami V etKlt!hllt streets.
nearr and Shall
HARDW AR E
Carry Pi' twk
Wagons an i v'ohieles,
Farm Machinery, Paint. ..Is, Vanishes.
Lo(tKors' Supplies, Ksh 'Hik rnles,
Doors aud w in, ows
FLOUR iiid m:u. VVZb
ASTORIA. - 0IlEGO.
,VSTUtl lUO WOUIkS,
IVniomiily "rroef. I...t ,l'ckon,
Astii-l:i, rei "ii.
General MafSiiiil mh )'dm
Land and Marino KuIop B .i'ei wort .' Strain
boat and C:miery Woik aiN.illy.
Cutiaga of All Dotoriptiom Made U Otdur tt
JOKN FOX..... , President ni.it 8up-
. U t'OX Vice Preiddeu
MUSIC hi A.IjIj
S.11 First street, Astoria, Or.
II. CHRISTENS BN, Prop'R.
A. Proo Conoort
Fvery nl;ht tclnnin at 8 o'eloek.
Ooo( iiiiilr. 'lite best of wif, H
quors and ritrars always on hand.
, NOTICE TO POLICY HOLDERS
Notice Is hereby given to all persons
In the State of Oregon holding
policies In the-State Investment & In
surance Company, of San Francisco,
Of the withdrawal from the state of
Oregon of the State Investment & In
surance Company, of San Francisco,
California, and to all other persons in
terested, that the said company has
reinsured Its business In the State of
Oregon, In the Fireman's Fund Insur
ance Company, of San Francisco, Cali
fornia, and has filed notice thereof with
the secretary of state, of said state,
and proposes to withdraw Its securi
ties on deposit with the treasurer there
of, and to cease doing business in said
Any policy holder in the State of
Oregon, or any other person having
claims against said Insurance company,
are hereby notified to file the same with
secretary of .tate of the state of Or
egon, within six (0) months from the
date of the publication of this notice.
This notice Is given pursuant to the
provision of an act of the legislative as
sembly of the state of Oregon, entitled
"An act to amend Sections 35G4 3568
and 3580, of Chapter L, of the Miscel
laneous Laws of Oregon, as Compiled
and Annotated by W. Lair Hill." Ap
proved February 25, 1889.
THE STATE INVESTMENT
AND INSURANCE CO.,
. By George J Brander,
Attest; Charles M. Blair,
Secretary ' '
Notice is hereby given that I have
been duly appointed administrator of
the estate of Mary Ann Adair, Je
ceased. All persons indebted to said
estate are requested to call at my of
flee at No. 119, Genevieve street, Asto
rla. Clatsop county, Oregon, and pay
the same- And all persons haying
claims against said estate .must pre
sent the same to me, with the proper
vouchers, at the above named place,
wKhin six months from date of this
Dated, Astoria, Oregon, July 25, 1S93.
B. VAN DUSEN.
Administrator of said estate-
Notice Is hereby given to all whom It
may concern, that the -.undersigned
have been duly appointed the executors
of the Jast will and testament of
George Flavel, late of Clatsop
county, Oregon, deceased, and as such
executors, authorized to administer the
estate of such deceased; and all persons
having claims against the estate of the
said deceased are hereby notified and
required to present the same duly veri
fied, to the undersigned at the office of
the undersigned, George C. Flavel, In
the city of Astoria, Clatsop county, Or
egon, within' six months from this
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 10th
day of July, 1893.
GEORGE C. FLAVEL,
. MART C. FLAVEL,
S. S. GORDON,
COUNTY ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.
The Board of Equalization will meet
at the office ,of the coun
ty clerk and publicly examine
the assessment rolls of Clatsop
county for the purpose, of correcting
all errors of valuation or description
of lands, lots or other property.
It is the duty of all persons to ap
pear at that time if they wish correc
tions made, as no corrections or alter
ations can be made by any officer after
the adjournment of the board.
The board will meet on Monday,
August 28th, at 10 o'clock a. m., and
close on Saturday, September 2nd, at
G p. m.
Astoria, August Rth, 1893.
J. W. GEARHART,
ADMINISTRATOR'S - NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of Caroline Han
sen, late of Clatsop county, Oregon,
deceased, ' and all persons having
claims against said estate must pre
sent the same duly verified to the un
designed, at the fflce of Fulton Bros.
Attornles, ' in the City of Astoria, in
said county within six months from
this date; August 5th, 1893.
Notice is hereby given that I have
been appointed, administrator of the es
tate of James P. Meta, deceased. All
persons Indebted to said estate, ore no
tified to pay the same to me, at Astoria,
Oregon, forthwith; and all persons hav
ing claims against said estate, are
hereby notified to present the same to
me, at the above place, within six
months from the date hereof.
JAMES W. HARE.
.'Administrator of the above estate.
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 7th,
day of July, 1893.
BOOTS AND SHOES
The Largest Stock, Best Quality and
Lowest Prices at the Sign of
The Golden Shoe.
MAGNUS C. CROSBY,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
IRON PIP" AND FITriXrtS.
STOVES - AND - TINWARE,
House FumishlnR Hoods, Sheet l-ead. Strip
Lead, Sheet Iron Tin mid Copper.
THE : OREGOA : BAKERY
Good Bread Cakes and Pastry,
None but the &cst Material used.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Custom i
Bread delivered In ny trt of the city
Kvity Kcqulsito for
Toll's IndtTlatiiig Turks,
Rate Reasonable. Embalming a
J. 33. WTATT
- Dealer In -
Hardware an J Ship Chandlery,
Pare (XI, BrlL-lit Vanil-in, Blnacle Oil. Cot
ton Can., HoniP Kil Twin. IH oil,
Wninght Iron Spikf OnlTaiiUted Cut faiN
AirlrulturHl ImileinetS"lng Ma
Miai hlues, famui and Oils.
Is the line to take to nil
It is the DINING CAR ROUTE
It offers the bent service, com
It Is the popular route with those who
wi-li to travel on
It is therefore the route jou fliouM
take. It runs tliroiii;h vestihaled
trains every day In the year to
ST. PAUL AND 0HI0AG0
No Chango of Cars,
Elegant Pullman Slm-p'-rs,
Superior Tourist Sleeper?,
t. I If I 11 CI J .1 III
oiuiiiii r j te tmiiiiu-oiiiMS oiei'iiris, '
Only one ohangK or cam
Portland to Few Yorl
to Any Tur! of the civilized wH(1
Paineiigcrs ticketed' via. all boat a niunltu
between ANturia, Hlimia ami I'miland.
full .Information rniicerniiig rates, tlmi o'.
r r;ti: . -.. routes and other doialls tin-iiNhci!
C. W. STOKE,
Ktenmnr Telephone Dock.
A. 13. CHARLTON,
AHslstiuit Oenerai Passenger A Rnt,
Vo. liit first St.. cor. Washington,
l'orl Isuid, Oregon.
'.caving Pcriland,8:45 AM.
" " 7:30 PM.
1 DAYS ro
2 CH I CAQO
7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
23 Hours' Quicker to C hicsyo,
40 Hours Quicker to t malia and
Kansas City. '
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers,
Freo Reclining Chair Cars, Din.
ASTORU TO SAN FRANCISCO
Oregon Wednesday Aumnt 2.
Coluiiibla Kuniliiy August 6.
Htiite llmrsday Auntist in.
Oreiton Monrtav AukuM 14.
Columi la Friday August 18.
tata Tuexlay August s.
Oregon r ntiii ilny August 2(1.
Columbia Wednesday AubuH 39.
ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMERS
Mornlnflr hnnt ion udS AitnHa aiiw
except Sunday, at 6 a. m. and Sunday
u.v. a a, in.; reiu'uing leaves fortlana
dally, except Saturday, at 8 p. m, and
Saturdays at 10 d. m. Nle-ht Wat Imvos
' j "-w v iu, lemming
ieve roruaua aouy ai i a. m. The
morning boat from Portland makes
landings on the Orptmn aiHa rr tha
and night boat on the Washington side.
The morning- boat from Astoria makes
landings on the Washington side of the
river, and night boat on the Oregon
Bide, except Sunday, and on Sundays -via.
Washington side. All boats make
landings on both sides of the river
For rates and gi neml tnf.nnintlnn call on or
W. n.nURLHDKT, C. W. I.01INSBKKKY.
A. Oeu. -. AM. Aveiit
Portlaml.Or. Astoria, Or.
Seaside Saw Mill.
A complete stoek of lumber nn hand in the
rongh or drewd. Floi.rlnp. Rustic, Ceding
and all kinds of finish: iioi.ldiiii and Hliin
gles; also Bracket Work done to Order. Terms
leavmulile aud nrieea at lif.1 p rk. Aii orders
promptly alluded to. uttu ami yard al mill.
o H. V. L. LcMJaN, I'ropr,
accept no other.