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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, . ASTORIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1893.
THE TIDES FOR TODAY.
High water 11:32 a. m. (9 feet).
Low water 6:06 a. m., (2.4 feet); 6:19
p. m. t-u. reet.)
THE COUNCIL MEETS.
ABOUT THE CITY.
A dance will be given this evening
at Kearney's Hall by the Y. M. I.
above conclusion. I am, very respect
fully yours, PRANK J. TAYLOR.
Placed on file. '
A message from Mayor Crosby was
Considerable Business Trans- 'ead' ln whlcn he nornlriltei J-
. , r-uitm lor ine omce or ciiy attorney,
acted Last Evening1. made vacant by the resignation of Mr.
Hamilton and the refusal of Hon. F.
J. Taylor to accent the Dosltion when
ine city council neiu its UBual bl- elected. Mr. C. R. Thomson then plac
The steamer T. S. Jewett arrived montllly meeting last evening, Mayor ed ln nomination the name of Mr. J. H.
down yesterday ln tow of the steamer M- c- Crosby ln- the chair and other Smith. The vote stood Smith 4, Eakln
Reed. members present being Messrs. Barker, 3. No further- vote being taken, the
iewis, jvicuregor, uaara, Tnomson, offlee was deolnrprl to l vnnt h...
xne isene oi tsain arrivea aown irom i welch, ana Webber. fore,
r-oruuiim yepieraay in vow in uie Arter tne adoption of the mln- A rnimnslnn lmd hv Tnh,, .
1 1 . I .. 1 I - I "
ui-nmiidiim. utes or the previous meeting, the pe- phenson, J. L. Carlson. Chas. Johnson
The schooner Neptune will sail today tltion of Henry Jones or a "fluor 11- Charles Wlrkkala, L. Anderson, V.
for Sun Tilero with a eareo of 240.000 cense waa read and granted. Bergman, Wright & Harris, and L.
" I Cfvnlfr.n nillnn n.n ll 1 1 .1, .
feet 0f lumber. u.u.i v, io.n.c m uie mai- iarson, was presented, against the pas
ter oi tne petition or Victor Bergman sage of the ordinance nrovldlnir for
. .. . m Jt . - . 1 f ,nlt I m . I
inspectors j.uwaras mm chh ror a liquor license. payment of liquor licenses ln Install
yesterday inspected tne steamers nui- i a petition numerously signed by pro- rncnts.
line ana jMiytn. perty owners residing ln the vicinity Placed on (lie,
cor-vc nt the T-hv nRlt rf MM of East slxth ui plno streets, asking The street committee recommended
tons of wheat, and that of the Par- tho counc11 t0 order " electr'c eht that the street superintendent be in
thenope 2120 tons. placed at tho Intersection of the streets slruetel to notify the persons who put
! y named, was read and referred to the in the Fourth street flume to make It
The steamer Beulah. 339 tons. Cap- street committee, with Instructions to safe or remove It altogether.
toln Johnson, arrived in yesterday rrom that committee to take a light from The sanio committee reported ln fa-
San Francisco In ballast.
GREAT SACRIFICE SALE.
Business Must be Closed Out Sure!
Turkeys, geese, and chickens, apples.
cranberries and fancy groceries, at I
Foard & Stokes.'
A THOUGHTFUL PERSON.
Consults his best Interests by having
a dox or itrause, s Headache Capsules
Hnvlug couelucled lorHlie from buslutu I Will dispose of my entire ttock at acrlflce
SCHOOL BOOKS AND tjTATiuNEUY at actual cost. All otli r goods will be sold below cost.
No reserve. 1 ho entire stock mutt, be closed out before tho new jear. Fixtures and show cases
for ale chenp. Tlili is a bona fldo tmcilllce closing aale.
NEW YORK NOVELTY ST0BE
at hand: taken as directed will prevent ,,, L h" iry M.ewly, d It lo llielr advanUne ti rail on u and price our goods,
or stop any kind of a headache, no t tv Paltuf cl,eliio. ii,i,ci,K ,.t sale U .-incily for cash only.
matter what the cause in fact If your
Bkull were cracked It would prevent
pain. The frequency of the attacks
win diminish, and by taking the cap
sules at the approach of a headache,
you win never have another. Twenty
live cents per box.
some other portion of the city, and If or of making temporary repairs to 0l'egon. Sole Agent
i... lZnZ:ZTZna , wirt 0ne could be Pared Put " at the Point West Ninth street
. tl .,,! .., Indicated. Tho street committee returned with-
a i . r o.it I A PetltIon 01 prorerty owners to cut recommendatlcn tho ordinance np
1 c w" w",fc change the grade at the crossing of proprlatlng $100 for the benefit of Fred
The British ship Sutherlandshire left Second Street 0X1(1 den Avenue was Sherman for the filling of the crossing
up the river yesterday afternoon, but 'cie,,eu " ue oircei commissioners. or west Elgnth street and Summit
before getting far had gone aground. A"e ""'owing, communication, wmcn avenue, jne report was adopted,
was reaa, is seir-expianatory: in a report Superintendent of Streets
The Bteamshlp Geo. W. Elder arrived Portland. Or.. November 18 1893. Chadwlck called attention to the fact
ln vesterdav from San Francisco. Her I To the Honorable Mayor and members ii.ot tha r,r n v,D ij v,
, , .. -
cargo consisted of 100 tons of coal and "1 enTT to U to an old drain in Shiveiys As-
500 tons of slafr the attention of your honorable body 1 1 rla, causing the water" to force its
Rev. C. F. Clapp has been called tree? iTtta JK'totl J W ,l,ro,,gl, btoClB l,nl
u . wLb1,?m,J Tn oLl0tB,..d ommended that he te authorized to
iiviiic u j FTTvmic?0 it ii in iviiaii j t turn nib i vt n, x , wuiiu nucui a auuillUll I
Dani moptiM win h riiHcnntin..Pd to Astoria, which lots front on said divert the water at its source, near
aAav , street, and have recently (November block 20, Into the West Ninth street
" liotn.j paia to tne city or Astoria the
I Slim nf OK fnt aiinh Imtwniramnnf
Several loggers are at work near Cul- The work ,8 not done , rk I The report was adopted.
laby Lake on a contract to get out half like manner, and in its present con- The city surveyor filed his certificate
a million feet of lumber before the 1st I dition accidents are liable to happen of work done on Wall street by Lean-
day of March next. ' " D,u"'l.-T"'eJntt" der L-beck. Adopted.
suspended in the air, caused by the Surveyor Harry also leported that in
I H(.t IHriD" nf thA AflrtJi urhlnh nraa flltail I milrlni. V, ,v Aa.mn.nn 11
rlv t l.m,r Mnnrtnv night from L" " T. ... .T'" ,w r"""'"6 xm exuavu-
a J L." 7" " Jk1"1' ?" ""Jr" tlon on Wall street, a mistake had been
freight at this' city, then proceeded to break (caused by the settling of the mode whloh tno ccntractor was en-
p . icaiuH ttiiu imvuiB no Huppuri; in wmcn uueu iu pay lor an aauiuonai ei yaras
y0r" " - went the sidewalk will slide down h front, 0f lots 4, 6, 6, block 17; also
The British ship Eastern Monarch, d that I will not be VesnonJh.P Z- that n fr"t of the lots named on ac-
1700 tons, Captain Jones, arrived In port I any accidents which are occasioned count of the slope 40 yards had been re-
yesterday after a passage of 46 days I while the sidewalk Is ln such condition, moved, and that in front of lots 9 and
PILOT COMMISSIONHIih Thr rru
ular meetings of this board will be held
mi Iha float kfnJn.. ... . .
Vny onlo W Ph.. Trnra Ato I ?Z' cucn monin ai
" Xrr; iu a, m., at tne olllce of Hobb & Par.
Kcr. W. L. Robb. Sec
NOTICE The regular meetings of
Lilt AHLUI'lH. lilllin Til!- nnll I nu . AoD.r.l..
See what Foard & Stokes have In tlon mo hnl.i m s n m ..,.
this line before buying elsewhere. Wednesday of each month. nm im
uenevieve street, south of Chenamus.
W. L. ROBB, Secretary.
A GENTLE CORRECTIVE I OCEAN ENCAMPMENT N. is T n
fa what you need when your O. F. Regular meetings of Ocean En
liver bocomea lnactivo. It's! caninment Vn in ih. r,i,i i.n...'
wlmt you got when you take Building, at 7 p. m., on the second and
Dr. fterooTj PoUeta; thoyVe fourth Mondays of each month. So-
tho ordinary pill. All modi- ... ' v" r'
cal outnortuea ocreo that ln I nnMMnu pniiMPrr r i .. .
regiilating the bowels mild jnga first and third Tuesday evenings
methods are preferable. Fori nf ennh mnnth a 'ii, x...,.
JwS?'?hS Per8ona desiring to have matters acted
'3!SrtodlC To sent th -ame ttf the
about tholr work ln an ftaiv "uullur ttnu on or Deiore tne ri-
nnd LtrndTtiS? dav evening prior to the Tuesday on
e7tn?rtheeS whl the "oM. It. .regular
The steamer South Coast, which ar-
good tufa they strengthen
and tono up the lining mem
branes or tne atomacn and
bowels, theroby promoting
digostion. Sick and Bilious
Sour Stomach, Indigestion,
Bilious Attacks, Dizziness,
are prevented, relieved, and
permanently cured, l uoy'ro
tno eneapesi piu you can
buy for thoyVo auarantetd
to glvo satisfaction or your I TT
money u returneo.
Auditor and Police Judge.
Th, Monarck ' jfJlM M1(,rf 14 Mock 115. the embankment slope
A vaudeville performance by A. W.
Utzlnger's troupe, for the benefit of
the Elks, will be given at Liberty Hall
next Friday night. It will be a first
vour honorable bodv will without no.
lay see that the said sidewalk is put ran out to tne amount of 185 yards.
in a safe condition, Respestfully yours, Referred to the street committee.
Aiswii!. UAlhNb. .n i ud 1 nance was Introduced bv Mr
Referred to the Street Committee. Thomson nrovlrlinB- for t.hB nnnmnHu.
OUR LABOR BUREAU.
Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building,
over t;. ji. cjooper s store,
Below Is a list of persons who de
sire employment and who ask, con-
Dr. J. A. Fulton submitted a com- tl.n of part of the military and other jointly with the Astorian, that citizens
n.:rn rnnna rrv tun nao nr itrntan nma
piiaiii v iicncci fijaaiuiCf ciiiyiujr men I
municatlon as follows:
Astoria, Nov. 21, 1893. for the purpose of furnishing the city
I T Tr.M, irn..AH .1 -i I .
The license of Pilot Johnson, who I lu.;:,c ",,u ,-u,,""u" v-uu"- villi water.
services. Business men and housekeep-
Referred to the committee on streets. I era are requested to watch this column
An ordinance appropriating out of e ery day.
was ir. charge or tne steamer city oi x deslre to ca)1 your attention to the
New York when she was wrecked some I existence of scarlet fever ln Uppertown
wor.va pi-n in Snn FranHsen harbor. I The form of the disease Is a mild one the eene'ral fund the sum of JSfi.40 for
has been revoked by the Board of Pilot hLTCor on' to'i0 the bcneflt of Marlon & Thatcher was GEORGE R. JACKSON; care Asto.
Commissioners of California. I existence ih Uppertown for over one '"errod to ths street committee,
year, and is gradually spreading. Thel An ordinancs authorizing condemna-
W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S.. .
DENTAL PARLORS. .
Mansell Block, 673 Third street.
J. E. LaFORCE, D. D. 3.
KUvel building, opposite Occident,
A meeting of the Clataop Ditch Com- health officers' flag is often hung out, ton proceedings to be brought for right house; carpentering or wood cutting.
rnmr tuna halH vaararrlfiv anil A i vani aikJ nil t th TWNinlA nn V nhnliitnlv nn atton. I
I .f Tf,.tion toil. Children from the familv of way to ditch and ,av wnl(?r be" MRS. ANNIE OLSEN ; care Astorian
' " " I in which the disease exists go to school tween the city of Astoria and Bear -housecleanlng, washing, scrubbing.
u., u-.ucu lu as usual. The child that has been sick, Creek was read a first and second lime,
Lake earlv next year. returns to school. The fever in : " ... ....m...c..l WANTED.
I I family does not prevent the neighbor's lnal expenses incurrea in tnis con-
Van Gillim, the German cook of the I cnuuren irom passing, in ana out. or necuon rje Dome Dy me waier commis- WANTED By competent and rella-
Britlsh vship Errol, who waa drowned r51HHr"r ""S T" Jt, T slon- b'e woman, position doing housework
ln tho Willamette at Portland onSat- .Voftpri Vh, .t The ordinance as amended was then Lor "erse,I ana "Shler. Address A.
urday night last, had quite a number I the sidewalk, and even In the. school, referred to the committee on fire and ' "mce.
of acquaintances in this city. He was ine present rorm or the disease is so water.
a great favorite with both, captain and W'nlZZ"" An ordinance appropriating
crew. leads them all to be careless. Scarlet uut VL ,,tt" BU,ee- 1UI,U lur ulel CHANfiE for at.t Mnn of Hmn
lever is one or tna moat contnirioiia ill-1 Dtnenr. oi 1j. JjOUcpk was read a nrst i monna ..an hnv r..i ..i.i. in itiu'o n-u
11 n .3 I a , ,, , ' v. j .vm. fcavnvv ... A.... u
in niesu unyo oi iiuiuiv imaoa-sco i seases oi cnnaren, ana ireqtentiy most flii(l ueoond tlmnq addition.
nttpmnta at record breakinar across the malignant, and I bring this to yourl ,, . .. I
Atlantic It mav be interesUnfr to those attention so that you may act so as to lne o'" xor regu.aung uie LOTS FOR $2. Call at the Astoria
Atlantic, it may be interesUng to those I rotec(. the 8 ,hool cmdrn and lnosc width cf th-es for certain vehicles was Real Estate Exchange and get a lot
wnu recp ua.n. Ul n.c .u.......B not or school age. The disease should read a third time and referred back toln -Hiirs First Addition for J2.
of th9 different steamers, going out and I be stamped out at once. Respectfully,
. ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 3. 4. 5. and 6. Odd Fellows'
I:., a. nAinrmi!,! care or Asior liul dliiK. Astoria. Oretron.
rlan; any kind of work.
W. M. LAFORCE,
ATTORNEY At LAW.
Otllce, Rooms 7 and 8, Kinney's build'
SILAS B. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Oince in Flavel's brick ; building.
FRAN1C J. TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
coming home, to note, that the length
of a day coming westward is about
24 3-4 hours, and that of the day goinsl to refer the
J A. FULTON.
A long debate followed the motion I
matter to the com-
J. Q. A. BOWLUY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Olllce on Second Street., Astoria, ui.
.v...le,. u m.cucwj- JAPANESE CURIOSITIES Wlwr
laid ovor until the next meeting Lee has Just received a full line of
An ordinance appropriating the sum Japanese curloBltles and fancy goods. DR. W. C. BELT,
of M98 out of the .street fund for the vvlu 8eu al COBt Anl street, PllYSICIAN AND SUIlCiEON
eastward is aoout iu 1-4 nov.rj. I mittee on health and police. Mr. Bar-1 T.in,ii. t.ww -na
third time and Dasscd. MISCELLANEOUS.
A number of claims were ordered
Astoria Jlational Bank
TRANSACTS A v
General Banking Business
Accounts of Firms and Individuals
solicited on favorable terms.
Foreign and Domestic Exchange
bought and sold.
Money loaned on personal security.
Interest paid or; time deposits as fol
lows: For 3 months, 4 per cent per annum -For
6 months, 6 per cent per annum
For 12 months, 6 per cent per annum '
A Savings Department.
Having been established ln connection
with tho above, deposits will be re
ceived ln sums of one dollar and up
ward. Interest will be allowed as follows:
On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent
per annum; on term savings books, 6
prr cent per annum.
D. K. WARREN, President.
J. E. HIGU1NS, Cashier.
J. C. DEMENT, Vlce-Prest.
D. K. WARREN,
J. C. DAMENT,
C. S. WRIGHT,
H. C. THOMPSON.
T(1E flSTOfjIA SAVINGS BAJty
Acts as trustee for corporations and
individuals. Deposits solicited.
interest will be allowed on savings
deposits nn follows:
On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent
On term savings books, 6 per cent per
On certificates of deposit:
I'or tnree months, 4 per cent per an-
For six months, 5 per cent per annum
For twelve months, 6 per cent per
I. W. CASK : President
i. Q. A. llOWLBY Vice-President
FRANK t'ATTON ..- Cusnlcr
I. W. Case, J. q, A. Bowlby, Gust,
i mimes, jsenj. young, A. S.
Reed, F. J.' Taylor.
While it Is true that nearly all the
depositors having money with I. W.
kt-r said the chief ot police was the prop-
person to look after the disease audi
Ofilce over store of J. B. Wyatt, Sec
ond street near Genevieve.
HOTEL. Remember McGulre's IIo-
rr. v, cir,o,i .mAni. nii,.,.,ir,o-1 Bea that It was abated. Mr. O'llara wliij. while others were referred to an- tol at Seaside Is ODen the vear around, nti rer.iv unsow.
I fnvornn tho nncmo-lno. nt a rthvalfia n I . . . I - . I
the extension of time asked for, still " " " " r ' ' ' ' D'opnate commiuees.
M. Tl,, i ui- l ,. .: . UALilj UXN f. liAltbU. 4(S Tlllrd St..
it must be understood that all the de- "'" I .L.A Tne superintendent of streets was by and nave your ciothes dyed and
pesitors must sign. If any are holding I , "V , "- resolution instructea to nx tne surrace cieanea.
off with tne expectation or getting tneir i ntrT ti " " SEWING M Adlli N ks And frenni-m
.. ... . , iiur. w xiuitt ucKiiuwieaKeu ins niuuiii' v i uti..r..o i . . . . ..t . "
iinnpv witnnnt Ri&rnincr mpv win Dei - i dhwid, ronainiiGr. lopictitrinir ti. a Mav
" " i , ,iin i..u i. t - .i ... . i .
mistaken, therefore the sooner all sign l" UBU"8" '-"'-":,H '"- The auditor and police Judge was in- Main street.
... . l saw it. and he Insisted unnn the nlan I .i m k., ...i,inn n,i.,ni tan tn
the sooner tney win get tneir money. . - - - GEO. McLEAN'. comer filnpv anA a a.
nn nnnornii rr v trv tA wri r inn o tni t- r i . - . . . ... w - .
i Di'6Bti'icu j vu-YY.i., i.o h""'h- n as to ao tne city nnnung. o,,-n..ia Hr, i k,.uio in
nun a.m Ka...ic jr.v.v,. UUi.. meiii vi a, cuy pnysiciuu. Mr. miit Notices of appeal in the cases of M. biacksndthing and repairing.
la determined to strlctlv enforce Uie I tiaid it waa thn dntv nf thn nhvsli'iaiis I t t.-..,,,.. i .... .v, u.. a ..,i,. I
' . ... I " xr.iui.vjf ... a.,. o. me nij v,i aoiuim, inn pmvTinmnn 1'.,
cn7n lw. At nresent he is awalline f nttonil nir anrh rami to ion flint, flip l li..., tt t .i .... .1,.. i,,. I "r" S'
i ' T . r , i ivjiu xucijf m.1. jtriiiciiwcuci v o. iiiu titjf I pi'yl
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office, Room 7, over Osgood's Cloth
ing store, hours, 10 to 12 m., 7 to 8
p. u Sunday, 10 to 11 a. in.
DR. O. B. ESTES,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Special attention to diseases of wom
en and surgery.
Olllce over Danzigcr s store, Astoria.
the written opinion of Attorney General I proper flag was displayed, and that
Chamberlain, and If tt coincides with I then the chief of police could take what
his own a fresh onslaught will be made I steps were proper in the premises,
on the Portland dealers, who say they I The matter was finally referred to
propose to sell game as long as they I the board of health.
tl'.?r:" '" ,rT From Hon. F. J. Taylor, who was re-
McGuire all the assistance in their cently elected to the office of city at
power lu enforcing the laws.
CHANGE OF TIME.
On and after this date the steamer
Lurllne will leave Astoria at 7 a. m.,
instead of 6 a. m.. giving Astoria pass
engers one hour longer to sleep in the
torney, to fill the vacancy caused by
the resignation of J. F. Hamilton, the
following was received and read:
Astorlal Nov. 9, 1S93.
To the Honorable the Mayor and Com
mon Council of the city of Astoria:
Gentlemen: I have been duly notifleJ
morning. This is a change that no I by the auditor of my nomination and
doubt will be appreciated by the travel
November 21, 1S53.
THE ART OF SINGING.
election, at the last meeting of the
council, to the office of city attorney,
made vacant by the resignation of Mr.
J. F. Hamilton, After giving the mat
ter careful consideration, I am com-
iwllprl to nWlinA the office, for various
airs. n. i. rusu, mieiy ui wain- business reasons, and also Deeause i
JUgtcn. D. C. (pupil of Anton Barill expect to be absent from the city the
and others) begs to announce that Bhe greater portion of the time between
Is prepared to take pupils ln vocal and now arl(j the first of the year, at which
Instrumental music. Instruction will time the attorney to be elected at the
be given after Uie school of the best ccming city election will take office,
masters. In the Italian method of train- Permit mo to thank, you for tlje
lng the voice. For terms and Informa- compliment paid me by nomination and
tion apply to 118 Second street.
TWENTY YE VR3 EXPEDIENCE.
C. T. Fredridks, the well-known
photographer. 770 Broadway, New York,
"I have been using Allcock'-s Porus I
plasters for 20 years, and found them
one of the best of family medicines.
Briefly summing up my experience, I
say that when placed on the small of I
the back Allcock's Plaster mi the
body with nevous energy, and thus
cure, fatigue, brain exhaustion, debility
and kidney difficulties. For women and
children I have found them Invaluable.
They never Irritate the skin or cause
the slightest pain, but cure sore throat,
coughs, colds, pains ln side, back or
chest. Indigestion and bowel com
JEFFS, The Only Restaarantl
election, and assure you that it Is with
reluctance that I have reached the
Job printer, Astorian building, up
of Astoria, were read, but no action was stairs. First-class work at reasonable JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
taken. ratoa. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND
The complaint and summons ln thel WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on ACCOUCHEUR.
case of Ross & Wirt vs. the city of I Handley & Haas. 150 First street, and Office, Rooms 3, 4, over Astoria Na
AHtorl t were rpt.d hv the auditor and Bet tne Jjaiiy Astonan. visitors need iionai wanK. Jiours, iu to u aim i. to
the city attDrnsy ordered to defend.
TWO LIVES SAVED.
not miss their morning paper while
MUSIC LESSONS. J. W. Thomp
son, organist at the M. E. Church,
gives lessons ln music, piano and or
gan, organs tuned and repaired. Ad-
6. Residence, 6M, Cedar street.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, 111. was told by her doctors she dress 589 Astor street, Astoria.
hn.l ConHiimntlon find thftf. thprd was I '
no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Those who do dence, 468 Third street.
DR. WALTER I .HOWARD,
Office. 454 Third street. Hours, 10 to
12 and 2 to 4, Bunaay, i to 2. iteai
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HUGHES & GO.
Wliolenale and Itvln.il
LIQUOR - DEALERS.
Importers of all brands of foreign and
domestic wines, liquors ar.d cigars.
J. H. Cutter whiskies a specialty. V'p.l
Blatz bottled beer. Finest brands of
Key West and imported cigars.
Liquors for medicinal purposes.
Funilly trade solicited. yVll ordors
from the country and city promptly
SuunmO'iuo Street, Astoria, Oregon.
Kind's New Discovery completely cured nt receive their papers regularly and
hir and Bhe Hav it. saved her life. Mr. on time Should notify this office. If
Thos. Eggers, 139 Florida St. San Fran- tne papers delivered by carriers are DR. STRICKLER,
Cisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, wet r bad condition, don't fall to
approaching Consumption, tried with- "'"ne cumpiaim at tne rjusiness omce.
luiil I f airaPvtVilnw alo3 tVtAl Vll.lluVtl I .
cue bottle l ot Dr. Icing's New Discovery UR FRIENDS IN EUROPE.-If
and ln two weeks was cured. He Is you be friends in Europe whose pas-
caturally thankful. It is such results "" w'" i" AS "
of which these are samples, that prove
call at the Northern Pacific office.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS' SUN.
357 Second Street, Astoria.
the wonderful efficacy of ' this medl- fteamer Telephone dock, and make
cine la Coughs and Colds. Free trial """"" ?uuf. wtt"18- "eaurea rare via
bottles at Chas Roger's Drug Store. a" lnB leaa'S sieamsnip lines.
ARE YOU GOING EAST?-Patron
ize the Northern Pacific railroad If
Boiled cider, sweet cider, popcorn, " " ,"..1' v.if "
...a ot Vr.a frl Jf, Hl,.' I l,""U&" "'"' "fi" V11CLH-
House moving and street planking.
ea to destination. All purchasers of r. . ,. M,.t,m ., ..,.11
I .,hiq. , Screws and blocks for rent. Call
second-class tickets can stop over at
Portland. Rates of fare same as from I
or address 2037 Pine street.
II H ft jS t "A B '
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS-Call
at August Danlelson's Sample Rooms.
ONLY THE PUREST Wines and
I liquors are sold at Alex Campbell's
ADJUSTER OF ACCOUNTS and
Office, with General MestieiiKor Co.,
515 Sijuomoriuo street.
J. II. MANSELL,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
The only pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
A riri.iPiniTfl nniTUv rFh i.
no place ln Astoria where John Kopp's Notary Public. Fire and ncrld.-nt In
famous beer is kept in such good con
dition as at Utzlnger's popular resort.
WINKS AND BRANDIES. Use Zin-
fandel wine instead of coffee or tea.
Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget
peach and apricot brandy. Also French
Cognac and wine at Alex Ci!llxrt's.
W. W. PARKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
Office, 112 Benton street, Astoria, Or.
A complete stock of lumber on hand
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rim
tic, celling, and all kinds of finish;
mouldings and shingles: also brnnk.t
work done to order. Terms rKiumaMa
and prices at bedrock. All nrw.
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mill. H. F. L. LOGAN, Prop'r.
Incandescent, nil niuhr. . . . $1.50
12 o'clock... 1.00
10 - ... 75
For particulars inquire of any member
ol M.e firm or at the olllce, foot of (Jon
eomly HI. West Siiorb Mills Co.,
T. O. Trnllinger, President.
HEAVY AND SHliLF
Wfitform At Velilche In Stock
Farm Ma- tilncry, palm,, oils. VarnlsJ,. Le(,.rs-
ouppiicn, l-alrbank' Sculrs, t)ui
our, unci .Mill KeeU.
HUNTER & MERGERS,
Iriirltor i.f tlio
rcrtiana fesSchaioj Ces Krhts
Corner (Won.! mxl B.,itti tr,et,
lnift intra ,a vest kmhili MiWu.