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THE DAILY AHTOIIIAN, THURSDAY JJOUNING, JUNE ll, 1830.
CuatorU. I Dr. Buinu.-l IMU Iicr'n pnmcrlptlon for Iuntnts
ond Children. It contain neither Opium, Morphine uor
other Knrcotlo substance. It U ft imriuleM substltuto
for Paregoric, Drop., Mouthing- Syrup, and Castor OIL
It ll Pleasant. IU (runrunteo l thirty yearn' uw by
M llllous of Mother. Cuatorin destroys Worms and alluya
fcrci-lsline. Cantorlu prevent vomiting Sour Curd,
cure Dlarrheen, and Wind Colic Caatorla relieve)
teething trouble, cure count! put Ion and flatulency.
Costoru aNNiinllittcn the food, rt'ipilutea the stomach
and boweU, giving healthy and natural sleep. Ca
tvrto 1 tho Children' runacuo llio Mother' Friend,
"Castorl Ua tiwll.nl vidlHnt ftr cttll
4m. ktcrthirs hen rrpiatfdly told mi of IU
(trad eaW upon llitlr chlidtia."
l. 0. C. Omood,
Castorl! U Hi brat remedy fee thlldmi of
Wbtch I im acquainted, I hup Ik day I, But
Dir distant when niothire will oauklir (hi
tsal Intern) of Ihrlr riilklrae, aad as Casloria
Instead f Ihi nihw qajuk anruaa which
n destroying Unir land mm, by forcing
opium, nutvhlui, soothing lyrup and other
trartful cul down Ihrlr thrusts, thereby
I Baling that la pmuatur gtm"
Pa. J. r. KJNCMBIOB,
Tit Centaur Company, 77
8 1-N DAY
NOTICH Of THE IMI'IIOVKMENT
Of Tlilnyaroond Hlrril. Hurrlaon Avvnua
and Irvine Awnun, In Ailalr'i Ailorlav
Notice la horvliy alven thai ll rom
nion i'miiii'II iruMao to order III Im
rovmiint of th follnwlna iimitkhI airrvla
In th illy of Aaloiia, ua hil.l out and
rwonlcd ly John Adulr: Thirty-third
atnwt. frum Uia aoutlt Una of Dunno
lrot to lh aoutti lint of tlurrlion avv
nun. Ilnrrlion avpniiv, from the enat
nlln of Tlilny-llilrd atrwet to the ruat lino
of Tlilny flfili ilrert Thlny-flflh alrcet.
fnun lliraouth Una of llarrlnon avenuo
to I ho aouth line of Ininc avrnue. Irv
ln avennr, from the eaet Una of Ttilrty
Drill ir-"l lo the writ line of Forllelh
lrrt. Huld Improvement to romlal of
ra.lltia; to the full width of Hiirrlaon ami
Irvluir avenuea anil Thlrty-Dih atreet, lo
the eiliihlliihnl iintde. ami planklnx Ihe
aame lo the wlillli of 10 feet 10 the center
thereof ly Sxll Inch fir plunk, ami anul
lua to the full width Thirty-third alreet,
from the aouth line of llnrrlaon avenue
to n point hImmii 13S aouth of tin aouth
line or lua.ne alreel, nml acltlna- !na
and mM nml atrtiurera on that Hirilun
twlwii'ii icrndi'd pari ulhl the eon I Ii tins
of limine atreet to the width ol ) feet In
the renter thereof and pliinkliur the whole
(llalnnce from Huiuio atreet to Hiirrlaon
avenue M feet wide In the center thereot
with 3x13 Inch llr plunk. Rldewnlk hi
feet Will" IO let pllttfed Ol) llOth glllea Ol
Tlilriy-lhliil atrerl, ami, In detnll, the Im
provement ahull Im In ncrordnuce with
the plana nml apeclflcullona lo lie pre
pared for the aunie nccorillnir to or.ll
niince No. mil, relutliiK lo the Improve
menla of alreeta.
The land und prenilea UKin which Ihu
ie( lnl naMemmetit ahull 1h IcvIihI lo ilc
frny the coat a nml extM-naea or auch lin
lirovementa la na followa: Commencing
nt the tiorthenat comer of lot 2, Muck I J,
Adiilr'a Port of t'pi'r Antorln, Ihence
aoulh nlona the center line of lilorka ll
nml IH to tho aoulheiwt corner of lot 7,
I. lock Js; thncc cixt iiIoiik the aouth lino
of liliH-ka .1. 3' nod l to the amitho.tat
rorner of lihx-k M; thence aoulh nlonit
the enal line of block 4S lo tho norlhenxt
rorner of block (til: thence enat iilotur tho
north line of lilorka Ul. M. ST nml 5(1 to
tho northenal corner of block M; thence
aouth nlonit the enat lino of hlofka M und
71 to the aouthrnat corner of block 71:
thence weat nlonn the aoulh Una of
blocks 71, 7i). 00, (IK. 7 nnd (HI to tho aouth
weat corner of block fid: thence north
nlonit tho north linn of block 96 to tho
aouthweat corner of block 61: thenco
weat nlonff the aouth line of blocka Al, 62
nnd US to the clulm line between Phlve
ly'n Aatorln, and Adnlr'a Port of Upper
Antorln; Ihence nlonit an Id clnlm line to
the northwnat corner of block 16; thenco
enat nlona the north line of block! 16 nnd
17 to the plnoe of beginning-.
That the dlalrlct embraced therein no
the Innda ami the premlaea be ami the
aame are hereby doalirnnted and known
na Ailalr'a aaeeaament dlatrlot No. 21,
anld Improvement belna a oontlnttoua Im
provement from Thirty-third nnd Duano
to Fortieth and Irving' avenue.
And If a rcmonatrance aliened by at
lenat one-hnlf of the property owmera
front Inn on laid portion of anld alreet
to be Improved or affected by anld Im
provement I ftied with the auditor and
police Judire on or before the next meet
ing of the common council, to-wlt, on
Wedneailny, June 17, 1W6, the common
council will not order anld Improvement
except by a concurrence of two-thlrda
of nil the member electo of anld com
By order of the common council.
Dated June 1, 1896.
H. K. NELSON.
Auditor and Police J wine.
Partlea dealrlnr the beat of Job prlnttn
at the loweat price ihould onll at the
Aatoria Job office beforo folng elie-wher.
"Castaria U tow. II adapted lochlldres thai
I recommend It as suptrloc loeny preeertpUoa
knows, to DM."
II. A. Alms. M. I,
III lo. Oslotd St., Brooklyn, N. V.
"Our phyiiciass in Ih children's depart,
ment hi vi spoke highly of Uwlr "peri
lace In Ihrlr oulild pintle with Caaturla,
end tllhough wi only have sung our
medical supplies what U knows u regular
products, yet w art fret to confess that th
merits of Cailutta haa won ua to luuk with
llvur iiki II."
I'xiTao lleemat, ajrp Diersmuav,
Alum C. Surra, Am
Murray 8trt, Naw York CKy.
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COI.l'MDIA AVENUE GKADE NOTICE
Notice la hereby given that the com
mon council of the city of Aatnrla pro
pOM lo ralahllah the grade of Columbia
avenue In that pari of the city of Aa
tori known aa I'nlontown. at the fol
lowing height above the baae of grudee:
At the eouhtweel corner of block ID, at
13U feet, and at a point directly oppoalle
on the eaat aide of block 111 ami at rtgbt
uiglea to weat aide of block It, at 110
feel, and at a point directly oppoatte to
the aouihweat corner of block W on the
north aide of block M and at rurbt analci
to the louth aide of hlwk la. at 11 feet.
At the aoulheaat comer of block K nl
1 13; feet, and at a point directly oppoette
on the north aide of block l and nl light
anglea to the aouth aide of block 1 at
At the northweat corner of block ,
at 13.1 feet.
Al the aouihweat corner of block 18,
ul 13i reel.
At the northeaat corner of block 31.
at l?S feet.
At the aoulheaat corner of block 17,
at 136 feet.
At the aouth aide of Klngaton avenue
at Ita Interaectlon with Columbia avenue,
at IM) feet.
At the north aide of Kingston avenue
nt Ita Interaectlon with Columbia avenue,
at 181 feet.
At the aouthweat corner of block 1. at
Al the aouthrrly corner of block S3, al
At the Inti-racctlon of Columhla, Coin
bridge nnd llwnco uvenuca, nt Jati feet.
At the northeual comer of block 34, at
At the northerly corner of block Sii, ut
And unleaa a remnnatrnnce algned by
the owncra of three-foiiriha of the prop
erly fronting on anld portion of aald
atrect be lllcd with the auditor and po
lice Judge of anld city within ten daya
from the final publication of tnia notice,
the common council will eatabllxh ald
Doled at Aatoria, Oregon, Juno 6, 1K.
H. K. NKLMON,
Auditor and Police Judge
NOTICE OF INTENTION
To Change the Qriule on Eleventh Street,
llelween Kenelngton Avenue and
Hiirrlaon Avenue, McClure'a
Notice la hereby given that the com
mon council of the city of Aatoria pro
poae to re-eatolillah the grade of thnt
part of Eleventh atreet In MoClure'a Aa
torln, aa extended and changed by Cyrua
Olney, which Ilea between th aouth aide
of Harrlaon avenue and tho north aide
of Kenalngton avenue, at the following
holghla above the baae of grade as ea
tabllahed by ordinance No. 71, entitled
"An Ordinance to Eatabllah a Bone ot
Grade for the Street of Astoria," to
'On th north aide of the crossing ol
aald Elevonth atreet and Irving avenue,
On tho aouth aide ot said crossing,
On the north aide of the crossing ot
snld Eleventh street with Jerome avenue,
On the south side of said crossing,
And unleaa a remonstrance signed by
the owners of three-fourth of the prop
erty fronting on laid portion of said
atreet be tiled with the auditor and po
lice Judge of sold city within ten ditys
from the final publication of this notice,
to-wlt, on or before June Soth, 1896, the
common council will re-establish Raid
grade aa above proposed.
lly order of the common council.
Duted June 6, 1896. 1
H. B. NELSON.
Auditor and Police Judge.
Iluiiiiit In Paris In Honor of Professor
New York,' June lu.-rlpcclul corres
pondence from I'arls to the Jlurabl
profeaaor Hlmoii Newcuinb, the di
rector of the naval olmnrvalory at
VVttahlnglon, who I attending the con
Kris of astronomy In Paris, was a
guest of honor on Wtnlni'sday evening
at n lmnicii't given by Ihu inmnliers
of the franco-American t'nlon Com
inlllen, the object of which committee
are to bring Arneilcan atu'lmil Into
direct relatione with representative
men of France to give them aerl'iua
guidance In their studies.
Tliehonnrary chairman of (hi com
mittee Cointe Carre de Zuterollrs,
th president I Coinle Henri tlu llourg,
and Us vie president I M. Paul dc
llouvlor, the author of the well known
work, "Im Vie Amerlcalne."
The president, Cointe do Hourg, who
took the chair, expressed In an elo
quent speech the gratitude of th com
mute toward Profeaaor Newcomb for
the highly valued moral support which
he had given to their project.
Profeaaor Newcomb, answering to
the speech of the Cointe do Hourg, sal I
that he hoped that his Influence would
not be overrated by the member of
the syndicate, but thi-y might he aa
aurnil of his hearty sympathy In the
undertaking, of iilch all appreciated
the disinterestedness and philanthropic
The guests Included Dr. Maglll, of
Parte, and Professor Hurry Fowler, of
New York, June 10. New York, 10
Hnltlmore, June 10Italtlmore, 9;
Philadelpliln, June 10 Cleveland, i;
Washington. June 10. Washington,
13; Chicago. 14.
CAPTAIN KNOWXKS DEAD.
Oakland, Cat., June 10. Capt. Joalah
M. Knowlea, a well known shipowner.
capitalist and merchant, died today
at hla residence here. A aevere cold,
which developed Into pneumonia, was
the Immediate cause of death.
Pueblo, Col., June 10. With the ther
mometer at M degrees, today was the
hottest In three years and makta a
new record for the first ten day of
June, which had been M degrees.
A HECORD BREAKER.
Denver, June 10. W. W. Hamilton,
the bicyclist, went a mil agalnat time
at Overland today, and broke the rec
ord for fast time on that race track.
Prince of Wale never ate better
food than 1 railed with Price' Bak
MENU FOR THURSDAY.
Oatmeal, with Sugar and Cream.
Hashed Brown Potatoes.
Minced Clam on Toast.
Cheese Ramaklns. Lettuce Salad.
Toasted Crackera. Cheese. '
Berries. Iced Tea.
Ronst ilcf. Yorkshire Pudding.
New Potatoes. String Bean.
Sguaah. Tomato Salad.
Wafer. Ice Cream. Cheese.
No liberal man would Impute a
charge of unsteadiness to another for
having changed hi opinion. Cicero.
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of all la leavening
Strength U. S. Oovwnawat Report
A twister In twisting
May twlat him a twist.
For In twisting a twist
Three twists make a twist:
Hut If one of the twists
Untwists from the twist,
The twist untwisting
Untwists the twist.
That Is, when It' twisted with any
other twine than MARSHALL'S.
Go to Elmore, Sanborn's office and see
their new and handsome twine testing
machine. Take along some of the twines
"as good as Marshall's," In your pocket.
and tetit them. Then see how much more
Marshall's will stand. It's money In your
pocket and fish In your net to nnd out.
Xfnmhiill'i tmine liaeri hv 7ft nee eant
of the fishermen on the Columbia river.
Divorce has been described a a matri
NOTICE OF INTENTION
To Change and Re-establish the Grade
on Jerome Avenue, Between Tenth
and Twelfth streets. In Mo
Notice Is hereby given that the com
mon council of the city of Astoria pro
pose to change and re-establish the grade
on that portion of Jerome avenue, In
McClure s Astoria, aa extended and
changed by Cyrus Olney, which He be
tween the wet side of Twelfth street
and the east Hide of tenth street, at the
following height above the base ot
grades, as established by ordinance No.
71, entitled "An Ordinance to Establish a
Base of Grades for tho Streets ot Aa
On the north aide ot the crossing of
aald Jerome avenue with Eleventh atreet,
On the south side of said crossing, 196
By order ot the common council.
Dated June I, 1S96.
H. E. NELSON,
Auditor and Police Judge.
luf Vti non-pomnoojj)
rrmedjr fur Oouorrtiu,
Olfmt, Bpvrmktorr hu,
Whit,, nrjrjftturftl Jiv
charge, or tuy .utUmm
tton. trrlutttm or u.i-r
ton OI UitlOOUl DlflDl'
THtEvuMS Ckcuth Oft, trnfi.
!f-Vfl fi.on, or 3 bottkM,
V CirvuUr wot ua r
J M ll 1 1. 6
J OlUIIMtl fj
, I bo, t. airl.ir.
If you want a tur relict (or
limbs, ua aa
BA IN MlND Not on of
tions I a good a th genuine
KNttMMH CAPITA T. FOR AMEIUCAN
Important to AmerVani aenklng ig
Hah (.'autlal for nw enurpriwa. A Uat
CfnrtjUirlng th nainaa and alrM ot
KjQ uMrfis firomotar wbo tiav Mavcad
ovr iiw,tu fltorttng In Foreign In-
MlmiU wluim toe UM llx years, and
over flll.OOO.OUO for Uw esvui month of
lMft. I'liOJ, IS, or tiU, pyabl by poatat
order to the London and Universal Bu
reau of Inventor. 10, Cheupalde, London.
K. C. Subeorrtiera -wll t enUtled, by ar-
rangemont iih till director to reotr
Itlwr proiul or laiun of Introductoia
to any of thea uoowfiU protnotar.
nts last I first otaa In rry respact.
and very man or firm whoa nam ap
pear unrein may ti apnod upon.
For placing Out following It will bo
found Invaluable Honda or Shares of Io-
dunulavC CommsriMal and Financial eon
oerna, Mortgug loan, Hiie of Laoda;
PaHaiit or Ulnea.
hi R r.DWAM) C. ROM,
HON. WAi.TKR C. PFPYB,
CAPT. AHTI1UK STIFFS.
The Qasis of thp
BELOW IHE LEVEL
OF THE SEA
Dry and Pure Tropical
Pronounced by Physicians the
most Favorable in America
for Sufferers from . . .
Lung Diseases and
Many Remarkable Cures
Th objection urgad against Indio Ut
th past by th larg numbar who
otherwise would have been glad to take
advontag of Ita beneficial climate, bos
been a lack of ultaM aooommodation.
Th Southern Paclflo Company takes
pleasure In announcing that several
have Just bean erected at Indio station,
that will be ranted to applicant at rea
sonable rate. They are furnished with;
modern conveniences, aupplled with pur
moaern oonvaniense, auppuea wun pure
orleslan water, and so tuattd atoglv i
occupants all the advantagea to be de
rived from a more or less protracted
realdenoe In this delightful cllmat.
(Prom th Ban Francisco Argonaut)
"In th heart ot the great desert of th
Colorado which the Southern Paclflo
traverses thiro Is an oasis called Indio.
which, in our opinion, la the sanitarium
of the earth. Wt believe, from personal
Inveatlgailoo, that for certain Individuals,
there la no spot on thl planet so favor
O. T. Stewart, M. u., writes: "Th
purity of the air, and th eternal sun
shine, fill one with wondr and delight
, , . Nature has accomplished so
much that there remains but little for
man to do. As to It possibilities aa a
health reoort here Is tho most perfect
sunshine, with a temperature always
pleasant, a perfectly dry soil, for rain Is
an unknown factor; pure oxygen, den
atmosphere and pure water. What more
can be dealred? It la the place, above
all others, for lung troubles, and a para
dise for rheumatics. Considering th
number ot sufferers who have been
cured, I have no hesitancy In recom
mending this genial oasis as th haven
of th afflicted."
Is 612 miles from
and 130 miles from
Fare from Los Angeles
For further Information inquire ot
any Southern Paclflo Company agent,
E. P. ROGERS.
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt 8. P. Co,
J. B. KIRKL.AND,
Dlst Pass. Agt
Cor. First and Alder at., Portland, Or
Tor triform atJoo sad free Handbook writ to
MUNN CO, Ml BaotoWAT. Msw Yoaa.
Oldest bureau for seeming piunu in America,
Every intent taken out by us li brought before
tin pubuo by a ootios given bee Uooarge la U
Stl fiivlw4ij, lr York Civ.
THE BOARD OF TRADE? ,
PETER DOURELL, Prop.
ONLY THE FINEST LIQUORS.
Cor. Tenth aad Bond Streets.
J Solentlflo American
j Agency tor.
pam to th back, aid;, rt, or
th ho of counterfeit and Imita
Iron & rVel,
Groceries & Provisions,
Flour & Mill Fee.!,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Doors & Windows,
Wagons & Vehicles.
COMINQ ON ITS OWN TRAINS
Til Mttt Traveled, Famoi tad Pepilar
Exblbltloae of the Ualvereet
GRAND TRIPLE CIRCUS
Five Ceatlaeat Rapreeeattd I
UBUR1E OF M WILD WW
ttnllVal Oaarsa f CartM Cnstleal
tsrnui uufu ui nui vooon upposuiu
Freseatisg many Extraordlnarr EzhlbHIoaal
estares aever before witnessed by Ammcma
asdiences. To r either of which is IsCnitelv
worth more thaa to ee the taside and ootaid of
any ouct show in tae world. The only show oa
earth having a drove 0 Performing Elrp hints.
The only ibow ha Ting a troupe of Educated
nortrs. two oraaa tsxniotuoaa bq l-crlornv
aaccs Daily. Door opea at 1 aad 7 r. at.
Astoria Saturday, June 13
J. A FASTABEND,
HOUSE, BRIDGE AJ1D fflHARF BUILDER
,m ,, . tj foe Dent.
ta"Hos. Moving Ms tor Reofc.
THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT
A passenger train on th Chicago. Mil
waukee and St Paul Railway. No. Ita
tarlna ar veatlbuled, heater by steam,
and lighted by electricity. Each aleep
car berth baa an electrlo reading lamp.
Ita dining car ar th beat In th world,
and Ita coachea are palace on wheel.
Thl great railway, connecting aa It
doea with all transcontinental ltnea at St
Paul and Omaha, assures to th tarvellng
public the best service known. Ticket!
via the Chicago. Milwaukee and St Paul
Railway ar on sale at all railroad ticket
offices to any point in the United State
or Canada. For maps, folder and other
C. J. E1JDT, General Agent.
J. W. CASET. Portland, Or.
Trav. Pass and Tkt. Agent
R. P. Elmore
W. H. Harrison
OPEN FOR SPECIAL CHARTER
Sailing date t and rroai.Tlllanook
ad Nehaleai depend upon
Per Freight aad Passenger
Rstes Apply To
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.
0. R. N. CO., Agents. Portland.
E. flcNEIL, Kc!ver.
0) o If
Pullman and Tourist Slfr
Pr) Reclining Chair Oar
Astoria to San Francisco.
Stat of California, Sunday, June 7.
Columbia, Friday, June 12.
Stat of Cal. Wednesday, Jun L
Columbia, Monday. Jun tt
State of Col., Saturday, June ZI.
Columbia, Thursday, July 2.
Stat of Co., Tuesday, July 7.
Columbia, Sunday, July 1.
Columbia, Sunday, July 12.
But of Cai.. Friday, July 17.
Astoria end Portlod Steamers.
T. J. POTTER '
Leave Astoria dally, except Sunday,
at 7 p. in.; leave Portland dally, except
Sunday, at 7 a. m.
R. R. TMOMPSON,
Leaves Astoria dally, except Sunday at
I: it a. m.; leave Portland dally, except
Saturday, at I p. m.
For rate and general Information call
on or addrea
G. W. LOO'BBERRT.
W. H. HCRLBURT,
Gen. Pas. Agt, Portland, Or.
Are You Going East?
B stir and see that yoor ticket
ST. PAUL, ,
TtUa la Ui
GREAT SHORT LINE
And all Points East and
Their Magnificent Track. Peerless Vea
tlbuled Dining and Sleeping Car
Traina and Motto:
ALWAYS ON TIME "
Have given this road a national reputa
tion. All classes of paaaengers carried
on the veatlbuled traina without extra
charge. Ship your freight and travel
over this famous Una. All agent bav
W. H. MEAD. F. C. SAVAGE.
Gen. Agent Trav. F. and P. Agt
248 Washington at, Portland, Or.
A. V. ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Tenth and Commercial streets.
They Lack Life
There are twines sold to fiaherme
on the Columbia river that stand In
the same relationship to Marshall's
Twine as a wooden Image does to the
human belrur they lack strength life
evenness and la ting qualities. Dont
fool yourself Into the belief that other
twines beside Marshall's will do "lust
aa wait" They won't. They cannot.
A complete stock ot lumber on hand
In th. rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, celling, and all kind of finish;
moulding nd shingles; also bracket
work done to order. Term reasonable
and price at bedrock. All order
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mill. H. F. L. LOGAN, Prop'r.
ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO.
483 Bond Street.
JOHN T. LIGHTER,
Office, upstairs, Astorlan Building.
L-ft, EL1V JAN80N.
PHVSICIAN AND BUROKON.
Office over Olsen's drug stor. Hours.
10 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 6 and J lo I p. m.
Sundays, 10 to il.
DR. O. B. ESTES,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Special attention to disease ot woman
Office over Deniiger's store. Astoria.
Telephone No. U.
JAT TUTTLE. M. D -
PHTSIC1AN, SCROEON AND
Office, room I and , Pythian Building.
Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to 1 Residence
H Cedar atreet.
IL T, CROSBT,
46S Commercial street.
J. Q. A. BOWLBT,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Office on Bond street, Aatoria, Or.
J. N. Dolph. Richard Nlxooi
Chester V. Dolph.
DOLPH, NIXON A DOLPH.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon, 24. B, and 17,
Hamilton Building. All legal and col
lection business promptly attended to.
Claims against th government a Spe
cialty. SOCIETY MEETINGS.
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7. A. F. and
A. M. Regular communication held on
the first and third Tueaday evening ot
O. W. LOUN8BERRT, W. M.
E. C HOLDEN, Secretary.
W. C. CASSELL,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE,
471 Bond street
WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on J no.
F. Haodley A Co., 124 Third atreet, and
get th Daily Astorlan. Visitors need
not mis their morning paper while there.
BREMNER & HOLMES.
Special attention paid to steamboat re
pairing, flrst-cUas borsashpelng. ta
LOGGING W BOSH S SPECIALTY
127 Olney street, between Third aad
and Fourth. Aatoria, Or.
Wal Paper, Artists' Matarlal. Piiats,
Oils, Glass, ate. Japa Matsags.
Regs a4 Baaibee Gooes
365 Cc mmerclal Street.
RSTORIR PUBLIC WWW
READING ROOM FREE TO ALL.
Opea every day from t e'eloek t IM
and I JO to I JO p. at
SubscriptioB rates IS par anaum.
aW. COR. ELEVENTH DUAXE 8TS,
J. B. WYATT,
Phone No. 68
PAINTS and OILS.
Special Attentio Paid to Sappiylag Ship.
Few Hen Would Ask
for a Finer Dinner
than thoee w serve. We'r trying ta
every way to make them th most o-
Joyablt In town. All the "good things"
ot th aeason cooked by our excellent
cookIn the most delicious style. Per
If you Invite a frlenC to the Palace
Restaurant th place la a sufficient guar
ante that he will receive a good meat
The Palace Restaurant
Are You Go ng
East this Summ
Via what Une? .
The Burlington Is the
fastest and best line to
Omaha, Kansas City, St
Louis and all points south.
As good and aa fast aa
any other line to Chicago,
Peoria, and aU points east
If there Is any special In
formation the local ticket
agent cannot give you,
write to ua for It.
A. C. SHELDON, G.A.
and McKee Ave.
Situated on the south side
of Astoria's hills.
Twenty degrees warmer
and vegetation 30 days in
advance of the North side.
Magnificent sites for res
idences, overlooking river
and bay, sunny and shel
tered. Easy and natural grades;
little or no grading needed.