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TI1E DAILY ASTOIilAX AST01UA. THURSDAY MOOIJM. JULY 19. 1891.
Tide Table for July, 1894.
Tuewlay . .
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Portland, July 18. For Oregon, Wash
ington and Idaho, fair weather, warmer;
Friday promlaea to be fair ana cooler,
I,ocal weather for the twenty-four
hours ending at 5 p. m. yesterday, fur
nished by the United States Department
of Agriculture w -ather bureau.
Maximum temperature, 74 degrees.
Minimum temperature, 61 degrees.
Precipitation, .02 Inch.
Total precipitation from September 1st
1893, to date, 97.47 Inches.
Excess of precipitation from Septem
ber 1st, 1893, to date, 27.38 Inches.
A ROUND TOWN.
Dealers In baby carriages state that
the season of '94 has been the dullest
they have experienced In years.
No need 'of sending East fur sewing
machines when you can get a Singer
machine for $25 nt Foard & Stokes.'
The Indies of the Presbyterian church
will give an ice cream festival in the
basement of the church Friday evening,
Don't spoil a nice plute of berries
with milk, when you can get sweet
cream fresh every morning of C. B,
Smith, the Ice Cream Dealer.
The drawing of lots In Hill's Lot Clube
was hod yesterday, which resulted in
Lot 32, Block 30, going to S. Lapadoro;
Lot 34, Block 30 going to Wm. Anderson.
Word was received from the Walluskl
bridge that one of Campbell Brothers'
wood scows had sunk at that point,
causing the loss of the scow and conoid
erable cord wood.
An air valve was broken oft along the
main plie line of the city water works
in Alderbrook Tuesday nlghU The ac
cident caused considerable excitement
but yery little damage.
Pat Lawler came very near being
thrown Into the river yesterday, He
was handling a 376 pound sturgeon, and
the fish with a Hop of his toll knocked
Pat down and very nearly overboard.
On the 18th of May Gritlln & Reed had
shipped to them a caso of goods from
New York City. Either on account of
floods, strikes, or Coxey's Army, they
were delayed getting here until yester
There Is a basket factory at Gray's
Harbor that turned out over a million
split baskets of different kinds lust year,
many of them coming to this city. Why
can't our box factories make these same
A bazaar for the benellt of the Sinn,
dlnavlnn M. E. church In Upper Astoria
will bo given on Saturday evening, 'at
8:30. A cordial Invitation to all. Many
useful articles will be sold and refresh
Prof. O. Olsson, D. D., Ph. D., will
preach In the SwedlHh Lutheran church
this evening at 8 o'clock. According to
a dispatch received from the Rov. Ed
linid yesterday, he Is expected to arrive
In Astoria today,
Its "that red-headed dog catcher,"
when icople find out their dog or cow
has been empounded, but- when they
are working hln to reduce his fees so
they ran afford to get the animal out,
Us familiar "Jim," or resectable "Mr.
For two hours last evening sawdust
and pieces of lumber HJIfd thd channel
opiHwlte the city, a strong ebb tide car.
rylng It seaward. The debris came from
the Cuitsop Mills, where through care
lessness It had been dumped Into the
Inadvertently a mistake was made In
the city council report In yesterday's
Ihhuo of the Astorlan. The ordinance
appropriating H50 for the benellt of F.
D. A'lnton for legal services. Instead of
being laid on the table, was read first
and second time and will probably come
up for final action at the next meeting
of that body.
J. T3. Ferruson. who lout week walked
awny with the contract for the bridge
acrosa Skamokawa Slough, was awarded;
the contract for a second bridge by t.
ooumy cummiMHMicr a-i vnxmnniei nit
tneir lasi meeung. m mm unune win
be a ian bridge, while the former will'
have a draw. Both bridge will be com
menced In a few days.
Fire engine No. 1 was taken out last
cvenlnir and placed over the hydrant
Just north of the Tlghe hotel. A line1
of hose was run up the hill to the large
Unks used by C. W. Fulton and neigh- Posed to be the cause of th double.
1-ors, and pumped full of fresh city wa- though nothing of a serloui naiue.
t-r. Vp to the time of the tei-riflo Robert I Livingstone, of Chicago,
storm lust January, this reservoir was and W. A. Wenlg, of this city, left yes-B.iwil.-I
by a wlnl mill, whleh was terday for Oearhart Park, where they
,.:.. ii it t!:at t'.r.ic. ,!r.!rni rajr.rln; cut fr the uremrr.
The meeting of attorneys held at
Judge Taylor's office last evening for
the purpose of forming a local bar asso
ciation was largely attended, and after
some discussion, Messrs. Bowlby, C. W.
Fulton, and Jjhn II. Smith wer-s ap
pointed to recommend u p'.on of organ
ization at another meeting l be held
at the same place on next Vednersuay
fituttz' Parlor Theatre, "old Liberty
Hall," Is now receiving the finishing
touches, decorations, etc. Positive open
inn; Thursday. July 26. Entire new
scenery by the celebrated artist Ernest
Miller. "Regina" will be the opening
play. Sale of seats for the first two
performances, Thursday and Friday,
Regina. ' Saturday and Sunday, benefit
for Harry Belden, Lost In London.
Monday and Tuesday, Shakespeare's
great tragedy Hamlet, Prince of Den
mark, A Jolly party of thirty young people
went over on Young's river yehterday
afternopn and had an enjoyable time
picnicking. They wallwd out from ihe
city, and a dray carried a sumptuous
lunch, which they rartook of later in
the evening. At dark they stocked up
great piles of drift wood on the teach
and then lighted a bonfire, around
which the whole party congregated,
making the night merry with their
songs and laughter. They returned late
in the evening.
The steamer Columbine goes out to
Coos Bay this morning, and will set a
whistling buoy in place of the one taken
up on their last trip. The buoy had
been run Into by vessel and damaged
so that It was In a sinking condition.
On the previous trip the Columbine
picked up a whistling buoy on the
beach at Netart, that went adrift at
Fox Rock, ICO miles to the south, over
a year ago. Point Adams was inspected
yesterday, and a derelict buoy was
picked up In Baker's Bay. Upon the
Columbine's return she will be docked
for ten days while her machinery un
dergoes a thorough Inspection, and the
The little daughter of Mr. D. T.
Honeyman, of Portland, now staying at
dearhart Park, fell from a hammock
yesterday morning, breaking her right
arm. Dr. Paulln, of Portland, a guest
at tho hotel, temporarily bandaged the
broken arm, and the father, who was
spending the day at Seaside, was sent
for. Dr. Estes accompanied Mr. Hon
eyman back to the Park, and reduced
the fracture, leaving the little one com
paratively comfortable. She had only
been at the hotel a few hours when the
ThoB. K. Johnson, the expert diver of
fikamokawa. Is delving among the
sunken ruins of Kinney's cannery,
rearehlng for anything that proves of
value. He Bays the whole bottom of the
liver at that point is covered with cans
of salmon, but the contents are burned
so badly that they are worthless. It
was expected that & large quantity of
rased salmon would be found at the
spot where the floor gave way and
dropped several hundred cases Into the
water, but on examination It was found
that the boxes had burned before the
floor, and nothing remains but a great
mass of swollen and bursted cans.
Harry Reese, a fireman on the steam
er Telephone, met with an accident yes
terday that nearly coat him his life.
Just before the boat left Portland, Reese
went out on the fantall to oil the bear
ings, and Instead of returning through
tho engine room and going that way
to the opposite side to finish the work,
he attempted to climb around the nar
row frame on the nfterpurt of the wheel
and losing his balance, tumbled over In
to the stream. No one on the ut earner
saw him fall, and being unable to swim
Reese would hnve been drowned had not
a passing rowboat come to his rescue.
He was taken out Just as he was going
down for the last time. The first knowl
edge the boat hands had of the accident
was when the rescuers placed the limp
form of the fireman on tho steamer's
FISHERMEN IN LUCK.
On Tuesday night a number of the
fisher boys got right on Easy street and
increased their bank accounts with very
llttlo effort They found that a largo:
school of salmon had come over Clatsop
spit that night during high tide, and
uiKn the ebb, left the school Inside In
shoal water. Those gill net fishermen
who had their nets cast In that vicinity
came In with loaded boats, while Mr.
Mimson and Tom Jewett, who are part
ners in running a seine, caught from
2W to 300 of the school. For tho number
of men It took to capture this lot of
flnh, It Is conceded that this was by far
tho largest catch of the season.
E. A, Seeley Is Jown from I'.irtinnd.
J. G. Megler, of BrookfiMd, Is in the
Isaac Stevens, the well-known lumber
man, Is In town
Jeff Morrison and l F. Stafford wire
Fin town yesterday.
., thfi IIMmln.,nt P.lnrllor
rom CMmVt v,.,ltea , clty w,er.
Prof. 11. 8., Lyman returned from a
few days' stay on his ranch at Culllby
Mr. Rrophy, a Portland merchant, will
divide his time this wvk between As-
nd the seaside resorts.
Captain Grejiry, of the Manxanlta,
' on the Wck list. A severe cold Is mp-
MGR. SATOLLl'S OPINION.
No Room for Liquor Dealers In. Cath
- New York, July 18. The Press will
"Mirr. Satolll has Just rendered a de
cision condemning the liquor trafllc. He
approves of the expulsion of liquor deal
ers from Catholic societies. This re
markable decision was called forth by
an appeal from the ruling of Bishop
Watterson, of Columbus, Ohio. During
the lost Lenten season, Bishop Watter
son addressed a letter to the clergy and
laity of his diocese, dealing wholly with
the temperance problem. One of the
societies laid the matter formally be
fore Mgr. Satolll. To this appeal the
apostollo delegate has Just responded.
He sustains the position of Bishop Wat
terson, and says: "The liquor traffic
and especially as conducted here In the
United States', Is a source of much evil.
Hence the Bishop was acting within his
rights In seeking to restrict it."
Los Angeles, July 18. Judge Ross this
morning found John Howarth and En
gineer Martin Kelly, guilty of contempt
of court for violating the injunction at
Barstow, and sentenced each to eight
months in Jail. The severity of the
sentence was a surprise.
FOR GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP.
Washington, July 18. A bill for the
purchase of all the railway and tele
graph lines by the government has been
Introduced by Representative Wilson,
of Washington, at a request of the
author, Dr. F. S. Lewis, of Port Angeles,
. DROPPED HARD.
Portland, July 18. The Multnomah
Athletic Club was easy game for the
Stanford University team today. The
home team were credited with fifteen
errors, while the visitors only made six.
Score, Stanford 20; Multnomah, 9.
OGDEN GETS A SHOCK.
Ogden, July 18. At 3:50 this afternoon
three distinct earthquake shocks were
felt. Dishes were shaken from the ta
bles and the walls of some of the largo
blocks were cracked, and a general
shaking up occurred.
NOT READY FOR IT.
Albany, July 18. In the constitutional
convention today an amendment send
ing the question of woman suffrage to
the people, was rejected.
Two of 'Dr. Frank D.imnt's hor3.3
were Impounded night before lust cfter
the city council had passed, the ordi
nance reducing the penalty from $5 to
J2. He was busying himself, yesterday
morning to find out if the' ordinance
had become a law In time to wive Mm
Meany is the leading tailor and pnys
the highest cash price for fur skins.
CHOICE LOTS in Hill's Second Addl
tlon to Ocean Grove, Seaside. , Prices In
reach of all.
Hotel Gearhart will serve Sunday din
ners at 1 o'clock In the future Instead
of evenings as heretofore.
Orders can be left at Carnohan's
store for the Astoria Wood Yard for all
kinds of fuel.
When baby Is teething or feverish, ask
your druggist for St-e-c-d man's Sooth
When a man comes In here to" look at
a pair of shoes, he buys them; he can't
help It. Goodman & Co.
"The Mod.l Is the only restaurant In
town," said a customer yesterday; "the
others are simply eating houses."
SELLING nt 25 per cent discount
lots In Hill's Flint n,l,llti,,n ..v .,
Grove, Seaside. Astoria Real Estats Ex-
Go to tho Astoria Wood Ynivl f.-,r th
best kinds of wood: also best grades of
emu ueuvereu in quantities to suit
JnnnnesA tiovpIii nnH rnnn,,
- ...... uui my
good can be had at half price, at the
ft ore cf Wine l.ee nevl tn rile..,, 'a (.,
, .v. vidvu a (.igni
Ask your grocer for FARRKLL
. w. n uioie syrups, uemarara, sweet
clove.- honey, rock candy drips, and
For turprLiingly little money
yo'i can l)ii:litfn every r oin
of ihohouso with u bit of laml
scsine, a water seene or clioos
inps from lite humlie.l de
lightful subjects of our Pic
Mothers who havo looked
all around for a 1 aSy carriage
to suit their tpstes and pui
poses generally wind up by
buying of us an so will you
if you reed a carriage for
your dat ling.
HEW Y05KH0VEI.TY STORE
Opposite ihe Occident.
Dr. Prke' Cream Baking Powder
World Fair Highest Award.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure ape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from A imonia, Alum or any other adulterant
. YEARS THE STANDARD.
If you have an eye for merit and a
taste for economy, you may gratify
both to your heart's content by calling
on H. Ekstrom, the Jeweler.
Plain Bewing or dressmaking, by a
competent dressmaker, by the day. Ap-
ply at Parker & Hansen s, or at resi
dence, 3S5 11th street.
Hair dressing, manicuring and prac
tical wig making, at the San Francisco
Parlors, 714 Third street (Welch block).
Front pieces a specialty.
Don't go to Portland to buy your
tickets for the "Old Country" and the
East when you can get them for the
same price at the Union Pacific office
In this city, and thereby Bave your lo
cal fare to Portland.
We are out gunning for the man who
says he can t get his watch repaired
without sending It to San Francisco.
Why, we run a regular "Watch Hos
pital" and repair all kinds of breaks, at
Nfemrs Jewelry Store.
All the patent medicines Advertised
In this paper, together with the choic
est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc.,
"an he boue-ht at the lowest prices at
J. W. Conn'? drug store, opposite Oc
cident Hotel. Aitoria.
FINE TABLE SYRUPS.
fur flpninrflrfl. Sweet
Clover Honey, Rock Candy Drips, and
Puritan Alapie syrups rams oy
FARRELL & CO., Omaha.
Miss Edith Conn will take a limited
number of pupils in water color paint
ing, and instrumental music principles
taught, nccordlng to tho most approved
method. Specimens of painting to be
seen at J. W. Conn's drug store.
The Oregon Telephone and Telegraph
Company are now prepared to furnish
subscribers in Astoria with magnet tele
phone Instruments at $2.00 and $2.50 per
month. The latter Instrument is some
what better electrically ond In appear
ance that the former. For particulars
inquire of J. R. Clinton, at Telephone
Those whs have used Dr. King's New
Discovery know Us value, and those who
have not, hare now the opportunity to
try it free. Call on the advertised drug
gist and get a trial bottle free. Send
your name and address to H. E. Bucklen
& Co., Chicago, and get a sample box of
Dr. King's New Life Pills free, ss well as
a copy of Guide, to Health nnd House
hold Instructor, free. All of which is
guaranteed to do you good and cost you
nothing. Cum. Koeers drugstore.
CURE FOR HEADACHE.
As a remedy for all forms of head
ache Electric Bitters has proved to be
the very best. It effects a permanent
cure and the most dreaded habitual
skk ieadaches yield to its Influence,
We urge all who are afflicted to pro
tuie a bottle, and give this remedy a
fair trial. In cases of habitual consti
pation Electric Bitters cures by giving
the needed tone to the bowels, ana few
cases long resist the use of this med
icine. Try it once. Large bottles only
rfty cents, nt Chas. Rogers' drug store.
A QUARTER CENTURY TEST.
For a quarter of a century Dr. Klns's
New Discovery has been tested, and the
millions who have received benefit from
Its use testify to its wonderful curative
properties in all diseases of Throat
Chest nnd Lungs. A remedy that has
stood the test so long and that has
given so universal satisfaction Is no
experiment. Each bottle is positively
guaranteed to give relief, or the money
will be refunded. It is admitted to be
'be most reliable for Couirhs and Colds.
Trial bottles free at Chas. Rogers' drug
slore. Iarge size 50 cents and $1.00.
LITTLE BABY WAS RAW
Distressing Skin Disease from Birth.
Cured In 5 Weeks by Cutlcura.
Now Healthy us Can Be.
My baby boy had been snfferinc from birth
villi tome iort of nil eruption. The doctors
called it eczema. Hit little netk win one raw
and exposed nuuu of red
intiiunei! lle&h. His anus
and across and under his
thih, wherever the fat
flesh made a fold, were just
the game. For tour weeks
after h's birth he suttereu
villi tins cnqitton, and
until I cot the CrricrRA
liKMEmu, there was llttlo
sleep for any one. In five
week sho was completely
cuied. llewas nine weeka
old Febniarv 1, and you oucht to see his skin
now smooth, even, and a liemitiftil pink ana
vliiieeolor lie is as healthy as he can be. The
rtTlCt'KA RE.40t.VFNT h.18 given llilll tOUQ,VigOt
ami strvnjrili. 1 eneloae his portrait.
WM. A U AiUJ.N'KK, 1M E. 1AI til., Kcw York.
CUTICURA WORKS WONDERS
Fiorr. the net of two months my baby suffered
with the eczema on her f.u-e aud body. I toe
loieiiwiihoutaiall. I sutl I iTiet ra liKMEUiRS.
I'ound then, in every reseet satisfactory. Tim
ili.ld liuiiow a Uun'Ul'ul skin and is cured. M o
clieertuilv recommend the same to ail ruotlien.
ILus J. ItOTUUXUEKU, icu First Ave., S. Y.
Have effected the roost wonderful cores of tor
turing and tlisnVurini: skin and scalr. diseases
of infanta and t-hiltlren ever lecon.ed They
afnrd iusiaiit relief, permit rest and sleep, and
(Mtnt toaseeilycurwhen thebeAt physicians
ml. Parents, save your ciohlren years of need-a-.is
sintering. Cures uiada in cnUunood ore
Fold tbiov.jhtot Um woiid. rriee, Crnrnu
toe ; f..F :.. : k-.,iviNT. (i l'orraa Daua
AM.' lull Coar.. bole l'iopri.lors, liosioa.
Mi-" Uuw lo Cuit Stir. IHkum," nulled free
Skin tut. Stlf purtfU-O and btbDtifitd
fcy ikiiu fcoAP. Absolutely pur.
XT-v KHEU'i.ATIC PAIN'S CURED
nnLiM.rttiu r hii
llr ruttt relieve
e.ai!c, hip kidiH'V. en
neM. aiid ibba-
rfne nlnv Crow vlll make
general reduction on all classes of pho
Trains for-Clatsop, Gearhart Park
and ftpflslde. as follows:
Lsave Seaside, 7130 a. m. and 3:30 p. m.
Leave Pier 9 at m. ana 6 p. m.
Dally excepting! Sunday afternoon
when trains will leave one hour later
connecting with boats for Astoria.
WANTED Manager for Financial In
stitution. References and bona re
quired. Liberal inducements to the
right man. Address, The Eastern As
surance Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED A young girl to do general
housework and take care of a baby, in
quire at Th. Olsen's drug store.
FOR RENT Six room house fur
nished or unfurnished, water, bath, etc.,
Uppertown, In Adair's, Ogned avenue
or Third street. Inquire at this office
or at Mrs. A. Feakes.
CHANCE FOR ALL-Men of small
means can buy real estate In Hill's first
LOTS FOR $2. Call at the Astoria
Real Estate Exchange and get a lot
in Hill's First Addition for $2.
JAPANESE GOODS. Just out Just
received Just what you want, at Wing
Lee s, 529 Third street.
There will be an auction sale of a
general stock of groceries, dry goods.
Hardware, etc., at Martin Olsen's auc
tion rooms commencing this 7th day of
H. A. SMITH
Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building,
over C. H. Cooper's store.
W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S.,
Mansell Block, 673 Third street
J. E. La FORCE, D. D. S.
HAS DENTAL PARLORS.
Plavel building, opposite Occident
W. II. LAFORCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 6, 6 and 'I, Flavel 8 Brick
SILAS B. SMITH,
ATTORNEY J.T LAW.
Office In Flavel'B bilck building.
Fhank J. Taylor. Jso. T. l.iinnEa.
TAYLOR & LIGHTER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
J. Q. A. BOWLBT,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Office on Second Street, Astoria, Or.
DR. EILIV JANSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Olsen's drug store. Hours, H
to 12 a. m.; 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun
days, 10 to 11.
LIBERTY P. MULLINIX. M. IX,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office, GS4'j Third st., Astoria, Ore.
DR. O. B. ESTEiJ.
PHYSICIAN AICD SURGEON.
Special attention to diseases of worn
en and surgery'.
Office over Danzlger'i store. Astoria
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN, BURGEON. AND
Office, Rooms 5 and 6, Pythlai
Building. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 tc
5. Residence. 639, Cedar street
DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY,
OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE.
tay be found In his office until 10
ociock mornings, rrom 12 noon until 2
p. m., and from 6 until 7:30 evenings.
ADJUSTER OF ACCOUNTS and
Office, with nnnl Vf ,
........ WGHCUgCI .u.,
515 Suuemoque. street.
J. II. MANSELL.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
Notary Public. Fire and accident In
surance. W. W. PARKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
Office. 1U Benton street. Astoria, Or
PILOT COMMISSIONERS The reg
ular meetings of this board will be held
on the first Monday of each month at
10 a. m., at the otilce of Robb & Par-
W. LUobb. Sec,
NOTICE ThA IWtnilflF mOAttnM nt
the Astoria. Ttllllillnir nnri r j-u n lu(o.
tion are held at 8 p. m. on the first
Genevieve street, south of Chenamus.
w. tixjaa. secretary.
OCEAN ENCAMPMENT No. IS. I. O.
O. F. Regular meetings of Ocean En
campment No, 13. in the Odd Fellows'
Building, at 7 p. m.. on the second and
fourth' Mondays of each month. So
journing brethren cordially intted.
aj oraer c. P.
COMMON COUNCIL - Regular meet
ings first and third Tuesday evening?
of each month at 8 o'clock In city hall
Persona desiring to have matters' acted
upon by the council et any regular
meeting must present the same to the
auditor and clerk on or before the Fri
day evening prior to the Tuesday oil
wnicn me council holds Its re-polar
meitirm. K. OSRUKN.
Auditor and INilic Judge,
-xtt v mTTTTt ttttTPCT Wlrififl End
liquors are sold at Alex Campbells
A DELICIOUS DRINK. There Is
no place In Astoria where Joln Kopp s
famous beer is kept in such good con
dition as at Utzinger's popular resort.
WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zin
fandel wine Instead of coffee or tea.
Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget
peach and apricot brandy. Also Frencn
Cognac and wine at Alex Gilbert s.
UATPT T3cn.Aml.aP TnfSllire'S IIO-
tel at Seaside is open the year around.
CALL ON P. BAKER, 478 Third St.,
and have your clothes dyed onu
WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on
Hundley & Haas, 160 First street, and
get the Dally Astorlan. Visitors need
not miss their morning paper while
"YOUR FRIENDS IN EUROPE. If
you have friends in Europe whose pas
sage you wish to prepay to Astoria,
call at the Northern Pacific office,
steamer Telephone dock, and make
known your wants. Reduced fare via
ill the leading steamship lines.
ARE TOU GOING EAST? Patron
ize the Northern Pacific railroad if
you are Going East. Low rates of
fare, through tickets, baggage check
ed to destination. All purchasers of
second-class tickets can stop over at
Portland Rates of fare satno as trora
History of Robert flaulcll.
Horn of Havana parents, the famous
Robert Mantel! Cigar Is a product of
those famous old Cublan tobacco plan
tations which are so well known to the
lovers of good cigars In this country.
Try them. CHASJ. OLSEN.
yfiE consignee' sale
has kept its crowd after
noon and evening find well
they niiglit, for never in the
history ol Astoria lias people
had such opportunities, as
they are getting now. They
are getting goods fur whatever
they si e lit to hid for them.
There is no reserve on the
stock, every day people get
greater hargains. There i& a
chance for you, come earl)'
and often. Bring your
friend, which means your
Remeniher the dace
GOO THIRD STREET.
Wednesday and Friday
afternoons specially lor ladies
IS ADORE GREENDAUM,
Is now manager at Geo. McLean's old
stand, corner Olnev and Avini atrvu.ta
and Is better prepared to all kinds of
work In tho line of P.LACKSMITI11NG
and HORSESHOEING than ever be-
S. H. WILLETT,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
nor. Air, steam and
h ent for hamplon Hydraulic Beer
179 Twelfth atreet, Astoila, Or.
There's activity everyw here among our
new stock which is coming in fresh tvery
day. Tnere woul Jn'i be if the stock were
wrong or prices were wrong.
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