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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1896)
, THE DAILY ASTOltlAJT, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 185)0.
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The Morian Job Office
Is always prepared
And all kinds of Commercial Printing at Prices as
Low, If not the Lowest in the City.
NOTICE Or INTENTION
'To fltanse the Orade on Eleventh dirwl,
Between Kensington Avenue and
Harrison Avenue, MeClura's
Nolle la bar.br given that tha com
mon council of tha alt of Aatorta ro
jtoee to re-eetabllah tha inula of thai
part of Eleventh .treat In McClure'a Aa
torta, aa extended ami changed ly Cyrus
Olney, which lias bat warn tha aouth aide
of Harrison avenue and tha north side
of Kaneliurton avenue, at tha following
.halchta alov tha baaa of ra-lre aa es
tablished by ordinance No, Tl. anttlli-d
"An ordinance to Katabllah a Baa ot
flrndc for tha Btraata of Aatorta," to
wn: in tlin north side of tha crossing ot
aalil Klovonih atraat and Irvine avenue,
On ilia aouth alda of said crossing,
On tha north alda of tha croeslnt ot
an I.I Eleventh atraat with Jrroma avenue,
On the aouth alda of aald crossing.
And tinlaaa a remonattene signed by
tha ownara of thraa-fourtha of tha prop
arty front Inn on said portion of aald
street b ninl with tha auditor and po
lloa Judge of aald rliy within tan dnya
from the final publication of tlila notice,
to-wll. on or bafora Juna kith, tha
common rounrtl will re-oataMlili aald
rda aa Abova pnioad.
Ky onlrr of tha common council.
Datad Juna (, 1S9. .
II, K. NEUtON.
Auditor and l'olk-a Judva.
NOTICE OS" COMPLETION
And Acoaplanco of Tonth Btrait Im
provamant, Bctweon Commercial
and Exolianca Btraata.
Notice la harliy Rlvan that B. Normlln,
contractor for tha Improvement of Tenth
atraat, between Commercial and K
chnnu atrceia. under tha provlalona ot
ordlnanca No. )75, on fhe Sd day of Juna,
1k:. flletl In tha office of tha auditor and
police Judge of the city of Aatnrla. tha
certificate of tho city auveyor and aupor
lntendcnt of atroaU, approved by tha
committee on atreata and publlo waya.
After tha expiration of the time herein
after apeollled, If no oliJ"ctlona to tha ac
ceptance of auch work be Iliad, and the
common counoll ohall doecm auoh Im
provement properly completed, aocord
Inc to the contract and plana and "paci
fications therefor, the aame may ba ao
oeptad, Olijectlona to the acceptance of aald
Improvement or any part thereof may lit
filed In the oflloa of the auditor nnd po
' Ilea Judga on or bafora' tyaftneaday, June
Aatorla, Oracon, June 1 1WI,
H. B. NELSON.
Audlto and Police Judge.
NOT1CH OP INTENTION
Notice la hereby given that tha com
mon oouncll of the city of Aatorla pro
pose to re-eatabllah tha grade on that
part of Irving avenue. In MoClure'a Aa
torla, aa extended and changed by Cyrua
Olnay, which Ilea between the west alda
of Twelfth atreet and the aaat alda of
Tenth atreot, at the following height
above the baaa of grades aa establlnhed
by ordinance No. 71, entitled "An Ordi
nance to Establish a Usee of Oradoa for
tha Btraata of Aatorla," to-wlt:
On the north aide of the crossing ot
snld Irving avonue with Eleventh street,
On the south aide of sold orosslng, US
Hy order of the common counoll.
Dated Juna 4, 1896,
H. E. NELSON,
Auditor and Folic Judge.
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to print to order
NOTICE Or TUB IMPROVEMENT
Of Thirty-second Btreet, Harrison Avenue
and Irving Avenue, In Adair's Astoria.
Notice la hereby given that the com
mon council propose to order the Im
provement of the following named streets
In the city of Astoria, aa laid out and
reoorded by John Adair: Thirty-third
atraat, from tha south Una of Duan
atraat lo tha aouth Una of Harrison av
nue. Harrison avenue, from tha east
nils of Thirty-third street to the east Una
, of Ttilrty-flfth street. Thirty-fifth street,
j from theeouth Una of Harrison avenue
j to the aouth Una of Irving avenue. Irv
' Ing avenue, from the aaat Una of Thirty-
fifth atraat to tha west Una of Fortieth
atraat. Bald improvement to ronalal ot
grading to tha full width of Harrison and
Irving avenues and Thirty-tlih street, to
tha established grade, and planking the
aame to the width of 16 faat to the canter
thereof by Ixll Inch fir plank, and grad
ing to tha full width Thirty-third street,
from the aouth lino of Hurrlson avenue
to a point about IS aouth of tha aouth
Una of Duane atreet, and aettlng poata
and caps and atrlrutera on that ortlon
between graded part and tha south line
of Dunne street to the width of JO faat In
tha ranter thereof and plunking the whole
distance from Duane street to Harrison
avenue so fret wide In the center thcrvot
with SxlJ Inch fir plunk. Shtcwulk lu
feet wide to ba placed on both aides ot
Thirty-third street, and. In detail, the Im
provement shall le In accordance with
tho plans nnd speclflcatlone to be pre
pared for the same according to ordi
nance No. 11KH. relating to the Improve
ment of streets.
Tha land nnd preailars upon which tho
special assessment shall he levied to de
fray the costs and expenses of such Im
provements Is aa follows: Commencing
at the northaaat corner of lot t, block IT,
Adnlr'a Port of Upper Aatorla, thence
south along the canter Una of block 11
and 3t to tha southeast corner of lot 7,
block 3X; thence oust along the south line
of hlocka 3. 37 and 36 to the southeast
corner of block 36; thence aouth along
the east line of block 43 to th northerns
comer of block 60; thence east along the
north Una or blocks Ml, 8S, 57 and 66 to
the northeast corner of block M: thence
aouth along the east Una of blocks Ml and
71 to tha southeast corner of block 71;
thence weat along the aouth line or
blocks 71, 70, fit, 8, 67 and (6 to the south
west corner of block 66: thence north
along the north line of block R6 to the
southwest corner of block 61; thence
wast along the south line of blocks 61,
and 63 to the claim line between Bhlve
ly's Astoria and Adair' Port ot Upper
Astoria; thence along anld claim line to
the northwaat oorner of block 16: thence
east along tha north line of blocks It and
17 to the place of beginning.
That the district embraced therein and
tha lands and the premises ba and the
same are hereby designated and known
aa Adair's assessment district No, tl,
aald Improvement being continuous Im
provement from Thirty-third and Dunn
to Fortieth and Irving avenue.
And If a remonstrance signed by at
laaat one-half of the property owners
fronting on aald portion of said street
to be Improved or affected by anld Im
provement ba filed with th auditor and
police Judge on or before the next meet
ing of the oommon council, to-wlt. on
Wednesday, Juna IT, 1896, the oommon
oouncll will not order said Improvement
except by a concurrence of two-thirds
of all tha members elect of said com
By order of the common oouncll.
Dated Juna 6, 1806.
H. E. NELSON,
Auditor and Police Judge.
Parties desiring tha best of Job printing
at the lowest price should call at tha
Astoria Job ofllc before going elsewhere.
Movamsnls ol V)axl Mom
Tha slusinar Harrison sailed fur Til
Th American hark III Honania left
out for Hhanghal, China yesterday.
Th Fernbank ha complotod taking
on supplies and expect to leave out
On board the Ilrltlsh ship HI. Mungo,
on February 16th, John Davis, A. II.,
native uf Ilultlmor, aged 31 year,
died uf consumption, and wa burled
th sam day,
Th steamer Bltinal, Captain Ilcnila
gard, arrived yesterday afternoon from
llrltah Columbia and th Hound. Hh
ha a large cargo of coal and fifty ton
of Chinese merchandise for Portland.
A part of the coal will b discharged
hr and th steamer will go to Port
Th steamship Htrathnevls, which
was adrift off Cap Flattery for av
eral weak last winter, ha left the
service of the North Pacific Steamship
Compauy and sailed early this month
from Yokohama for New York, via the
Hue Canal, lirr place on tha rout
ha been taken by th Olympla, a much
Tha raising of the Jllalrmore devel
oped sensation yesterday. It was a
greMsome one, as a corpse figured In
It and una of Whltelaw'a diver I (till
sick from th shock he received. He
attempted lo recover a body he dis
covered In tha forecastle of the ahlp
and one of the limb came away In hi
hnd. Th thought of the horror
overcame him and h was hauled to
Hie surface mora dead than alive.
On th Tactile cable scheme proposed
In America, Mr. Sakslanl Yoshlro
(councillor of the finance office) thinks
It disadvantageous to allow America
to monopolise th line, and suggests
that Japan ahould open negotiations
for holding th Una on equal terms
with America. The matter will be re
ferred to the meeting of th Japan
Economic Association next month, and
necessary Investigations will b en
trusted to a certain engineer of the
department of communication. AaahL
Price' Cream Haklng Powder ha be
come Incomparably the household fa
vorite. MENU FOR MONDAY.
Cereallne with Sugar and Cream.
Broiled Spring Chicken.
Clam Fritter. Thin llce Brown Bread
Cream of Corn Soup.
' Koaat Lamb. New Potatoes.
Pea. Fried Egg Plant.
Wafer. Froxen Cherrle. Cheese.
ROYAL BaKtng Powder.
Highest ot mil la leavening
Strtngth.-V. a. Oavsrwt Report
FROM NOW UNTIL 8PIUNQ
Overcoats and winter wrap will be la
fashion. Thay can ba discarded, tempor
arily while traveling In th steam-heated
trains of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St.
Paul Railway. For solid comfort, for
spaed and for safety, no other line can
compare with this great railway ot th
Children Cry for
AN ENIGMATICAL BILL OF FARE.
For a dinner, served on th Dining cars
of th Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paid
Railway, will be sent to any address on
receipt of a two-cant poatag stamp.
Apply to Oao. H. Henffurd, General Pas
senger Agent Old Colony Building, Chi
R. P. Elmore
OPEN FOR SPECIAL CHARTER
Sailing dates to and trom'lllaniook
aad Nehakm depend upon
For Freight and Passenger
Rates Apply To
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.
O. R. N. CO., A genu, Portland.
In Medieval Days
When beopl Wanted anything Ihey
knelt down and prayed for It. How
ever, that was soma Urn axe. Along
about 1K0 a fellow named Oulan
barg, who had "coma da Ithln
over," wa monkeying around a
carpenter shop In Lent. Ha whit
tled soma Utile block and actually
mud an alphabet Then h rltfged
a sort of wall, a machine that
would look something Ilk our let
ter press of , today. Ha arranged
hi block In' order, put som Ink
on them, also a plena of paper, and
than crwd his press down. That
wss called printing. Old Uulenberg
mail a howling succs of th
racket and hi bead became so
swollen lhat ba really snubbed th
king on day, Th king overlooked
it however, for he had an Idea
what kind of fellow printer would
b. Well, finally they got th print
ing system down pat and, a th
centuries rolled by, began printing
newspaper .first parson. Invariably
singular number, any gander and
hard en a.
Thar are many nawspupers a a
matter or fact But it is an utter
impossibility to get a newapapsr to
admit It Th advertising patrons-
of a newspaper depends largely
yes, wholly upon It circulation.
A newspaper Is a great deal Ilk
th human body; If lis circulation
is good. It prospers; otherwise,
otherwise. Borne paper publish
That Is, a column, or a number ot
columns, devoted to small advertise
ment. If a fellow wants anything
trouble, a wife, a house don't
make any dlfferend what It Is he
can gat It by means of a small ad. .
Incluued In tna "war." column are
For Bale," "For Kent" Lot"
"Found," "Stolen" and "Miscel
laneous." Now, Just sea what
chumps soma people are! Why, a
man ho been known to hunt over
a city this city fur days looking
for hous In which to live. Had
ba coma to Tha Astorlon office and
asked for a want ad. h could hav
gotten hi hous without tha least
bit of trouble and for about 24 cents.
It Is Needless
To tell ot Th Aatortan'a circula
tion, Th paper has baaa eatab
llsbad for a quarter of a century.
Why, old Concomly read th first
rumor of th building of a railroad
lo hla brave from It Circulation
I Th Aatoiian'a long suit Conse
quently, when a fellow come Into
Th Astortan offlo, looks pleasant,
throwa down 3t cant on th coun
ter and ay he want a house, he
Why, Just Think !
. Th Astortan roes Into every hous
In Astoria and a great majority ot
those tn th surrounding sections ot
Orasron and Washington. Hence, It
you insert an ad. In Th Astorlon,
It I equivalent to engaging a man
to go around to all tho house aad
' tailing th tn mate that you want
something or hav something for
sole. Why, talk about a snap!
A Bit of Advice
When you want anything no mat
ter what it Is when you hav any
thing for sale; when you lose, find
or steal anything, come around and
tell your trouble to Th Astortan.
Bring S cent with you, and, above
all thing, look pleasant Tell th
clerk that you want a want ad. In
th want column, glv him your B
cent and go away happy. Aa Her
man Wise would say, a want ad.
will restore the blind, th bald and
th bowlegged to manhood.
Lines 0 C
Agents Wanted 'W.20
And HOB ART, Republican Candidate
for president and vice-president, by
Ilobt P. Porter, the noted Journalist
present editor of the Cleveland World,
and (ultimate friend of McKINLEY for
twenty year. Absolutely the only au
thentic LIFE OF McKINLEY publish
ed. For more than two year In prep
aration, and the only work that has
receiver the endorsement of MaJ. Mc
Klnley and hla most intimate friend.
No book equal to It aa a seller. Every
body want the book published at
McKlnley's home. Porter' book sells
at sight Reader will accept no other.
A gold mine for live, active vorkera.
Our agents are clearing from $10 to
320 a day. Chance for thousands of
other to do aa well. This la the oppor
tunity of your life. The highest com
mission paid. ORDER OUTFIT NOW.
Send 20c (stamps taken) as an evidence
of good fulth, which amount will be
refunded with agent's first order, if It
is only for one book, making OUTFIT
FREE. Books on time. Charges pre
paid, leaving profits clear. Act quick
or while you are waiting others will cut
THE N. Q. HAMILTON PUB. CO.,
1555 Arcade, Cleveland, O.
ENGLISH CAPITAL FOR AMERICAN
Important to Americana seeking Eng
lish captlai for new enterprise. A net
containing the naane and addrease) ot
360 sucueesfin promoters who have placed
over 100,000,OM Storting In Foreign In
vestment within the last six years, and
over 118,000,000 for the seven months of
1S06. Prtox 5, or $25. payable by postal
order to tho London and Universal Bu
reau of Investor. 10, Cneapside, London,
E. C. Subscrtbens aril be entitled, by ar
rangement with ens directors to receive
either personal or tatter ot Introductoin
to any ot these eaxasafut promoters.
Thl last 1 first olaaa In a vary respect,
and every man or Arm who name ap
pears) therein may be depended upon.
For placing eh following it will be
found Invaluable Bonds or Share of In
dustrial, Commercial and Financial con
cerns, Mortesure loan. Sale of Lands,
Patents or Mines.
SIR EDWARD C. ROSS.
HON. WALTER C. PBPTS,
CAPT. ARTHUR STIFFS.
aiijns ta ears all
luwHwiwiuue ia. wumm iwra sum
The oasis op thp
BELOW IHE LEVEL
OF THE SEA
Dry and Pure Tropical
Pronounced by Physicians the
most Favorable in America
f jt yuflerers from . . .
Lung Diseases and
Many Remarkable Cures
Th objection urged against Indlo In
th paat by th large numbers who
otherwise would hav been glad to take
advantage of Its beneficial climate, baa
bn a lack of suitable accommodation.
Th Southern Pacific Company takes.
pleasure in announcing that several
hav just bean erected at Indlo station.
lhat will b rented to applicant at rea
sonable rate. They are furnished with
modern convenienses, auppiled with pur
artesian water, and so situated a to glv
occupants ail th advantages to be le
rlvad from a more or lea protracted
residsno lq this delightful climate.
(From th Ban Francisco Argonaut)
"In th heart of th great desert ot tho
Colorado which th Southern PaclQo
t-avarse thara I an oasis called India
which, in our opinion, I th Mnltarlum
of th earth. W believe, from personal
Investigation, that for certain individual.
then la no (pot on thl planet so faver-
O. T. Stewart If. D., writ: Th
purity of the air, and tho eternal sun
shine, flu one with wonder and delight
. , . Naturt has ' accomplished
much that there remain but Uttl for
man to do. Aa to its possibilities aa a
health resort her is the most perfect
unahln. with a temperature always
pleasant a perfectly dry on, for rain I
an unknown factor; -pur oxygen, dens
atmosphere and pur water. What more
can be desired? It Is the place, ahov
all other, for lung trouble, and a para
dise for - rhonssatlca, ' Considering th
number ot Mffrr who hav b.
cured. I hav no hesitancy tn recom
mending this genial oasis aa the haves
of th afflict!."
Is 6ia miles from
and 130 miles from
Fare from Los Angeles
For further Information Inquire ot
any Southern Paclflo Company agent
F P. ROGERS,
Asst Gen. Pass. Agt 8. P. Co.
3. B. KIRKLAND,
Dlst Pass. Agt
Cor. First and Alder ats., Portland, Or
Iron tfc Stel,
Groceries & Provisions,
Flour & Mill Feed,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Doors & Windows,
Wagons & Vehicles.
A complete stock of lumber on hand
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, celling, and all kinds of finish;
mouldings snd shingles; also bracket
work don to order. Term reasonable
and price at bedrock. All order
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mUl. H. F. L. LOGAN. Prop'r.
BREMNER & HOLMES.
Special attention paid to t earn boat re
pairing, first-olaaa horseshoeing; eta '
LOGGING CflJBP (DORK B SPECIALTY
117 Olney street, between Third and
' ' and Fourth. Astoria. Or.
A. V, ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
. . Cor. Tenth and Commercial streets.
rvml PesswemtsVwws lBemsmtJjBsv
aw.aaa Sn n eaak as Vest Maaaarf. Us
maMlt E Jj ssasm aw saaasaaar m eaMHt oaiaa at enaaeei
ar stistsXass. whtoa laaVsa trtwnia"ar tany" Caa I
yreJa PoeOM. tl par Soa. SW . ar aaaS giata CM
Msmsmmmun mm. rrrt rosi a
J. W. CONN, eieteat. sUtorU.
Are " Yon Going East?
Be tur and e that your ticket
OM AH A RAILWAYS.
, Thia to to
GREAT , SHORT LINE
And all Points East and
Their Magnificent Track. Peerless Ves-
tlbuled Dining and Bleeping Car
Trains and Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIME "
Hav given thl road a national reputa
tion. All classes of passenger carried
on th vestlbuled train without extra
charge. Ship your freight and travel
over this famous line, . All agents have
W. H. MEAD, F. C. 8A7A0E.
Gen. Agent Trav. F. and P. Agt
241 Washington St. Portland, Or.
You Connect at
with the Burlington
Route for Omaha, St
Joseph. Kansas City, 8t
Louis, Chicago, and ALL
OTHER southern - and
The . No. Pac , train
from the west arrives at
Billing at 9:00 s, m. Our
train leaves at lS a m.
. . No trouble, about tie
transfer. The trains are.
only a few feet apart.
Step oft one on the
other. That's alL The
, whole thing la over with
. In less time than it take
to tell you about It '
' Tickets and tlme-ta-
bles at the local ticket
. . rortlaad. Oregon.
PAINTS and OILS.
Special Atteatioa Paid ta Supplying Ships.
They Lack Life
There are twines sold to ftshermes
on the Columbia river that stand Is
th same relationship to Marshall's
Twins as a wooden linage does to the
human being; they lack strength life
evenness and lasting qualities. Don't
fool yourself Into the belief that other
twine besides Marshall's will do "Just
aa wall." They won't. They cannot
tttf Ska aoa-aotatmoaa
remedy for Ooaorrhcea,
OUliK I Gleet, Spermatorrhea,
In nun, ibi.iitii ou
chargM, or any inflamma
tion, imianoa or oicrm
tios of id u c o o Biem-
irKEEnsaCHtsK'oO). brane. Soa-airliitnt.
lClOloMtW.r- mr awmggBssa,
br axonee, prepaid, fur
1 .on. or J bottle., ..
Circular seat oa raaaast
Few nen Would Ask
for a Finer Dinner
than those w serve. We're trying In
every way to make them th most en
joyable in town. All the "good things"
of the season cooked by our excellent
oook in the most delicious styla Per
If you invite a friend to the Palace
Restaurant the place la a sufficient guar
antee that he will receive a good meat
The Palaee Kestawant
Walt Paper, Artists' Materials. Palsts,
Oils. Glass, etc, Jspaaase Mattings,
Rugs sod Bamboo Goods
365 Ctmmerclal Street.
T-Mr-! v-lavl-i Sir
1 "' ';
ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO.
48a Bond Street.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, i
Office, upstairs. Astortan Building.
DR. ELIV JANSON,
PHTSIC1AN AND BUROEOSf.
Offlo over Olaan's drug store. Hours,
10 to a a m.( I to I and T to I p. si,
Sundays, 10 lo It
Da a B. E8TE8,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Special attention to disease a ot women
Offlo ever Danslger store. Astoria.
Telephone No. U.
JAT TUTTLE, M. D.,
PHTSICIAN. SURGEON AND
Office, room I and t, Pythian Building..
Hour, 1 to U and S to I. Kealdenoa,
KS Cedar street
H. T. CROSBY,
- SI Commercial street
J. O, A. BOWLBT,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Office on Bond street Astoria, Or.
J. N. Dolph. - Richard Nikon.
Cheater V. Dolph.
DOLPH, NIXON k DOLPH.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon, H. B. W and f7.
Hamilton Building. All legal and col
lection huslne promptly attended to.
Claims against th government a spe
cialty. SOCIETY MEETINGS.
TEMPLE LODGE NO. T. A. F. and
A. M. Regular communications held on
the Ant and third Tuesday evening of
O. W. LOUNSBERRT, W. M.
E. C. HOLD EN, Secretary.
W. C CASSELL,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE.
Sit Bond Street.
WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on Jno.
F. Handler Co.. 124 Third atreet and
get the Dally Astortan. Visitor need
not miss their morning paper while there.
, E. ncNElU Kecelver.
Pullman and Tourist SSItir)
Free Raollnlnn Ctwlr Car
Astoria to San Francisco.
8 Lata of California, Sunday, Jun. 7.
Columbia. Friday. Jun U.
State of Cat Wednesday, Jun L
Columbia, Monday, June O.
State of Cat. Saturday, June 37.
Columbia, Thursday, July 1
State of Ca., Tuesday, July 7.
Columbia, Sunday, July 7.
Columbia, Sunday, July 11.
State ot Cat. Friday, July 17.
Astoria and Portlnd Steamers.
T. J. POTTER
Leaves Astoria dally, except Sunday,
at 7 p. m.; leaves Portland dally, except
Sunday, at 7 a. m. ,
R. R. TMOMPSON.
Leaves Astoria dally, except Sunday at
:S a. m.; leaves Portland dally, except
Saturday, at I p. m.
For rates and general Information call
on or address
G. W. LOUNSBERRT,
W. H. HURLBURT.
Gen. Par. Agt, Portland, Or.
THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT
A passenger train on th Chicago, Mil
waukee and St Paul Railway. No. Its
taxing era vestlbuled. heater by steam,
and lighted by electricity. Each sleep
car berth bas an electrio reading lamp.
It dining cars are the best in the world,
and Its coaches ar palace on wheela
Thl great railway, connecting as It
does with all transcontinental Unea at St
Paul and Omaha, assures to the tarvellng
publlo the best service known. Tickets
via the Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul
Railway are on sale at all railroad ticket
offices to any point in the United Biate
or Canada For maps, folders and other
C. J. EDDY, General Agent
J. W. CA8EY, Portland. Or.
. . . Portland. Orv- '
nnH TVTrTC. A xtp .
. Situated on the south side
of Astoria's hills." - ; .; ,
; . ..Twenty "degrees warmer,
and vegetation 30 days hr
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.