The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, June 21, 1896, Image 4

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    THK DAILY ASTORIAN, SUNDAY MORNIXO, JUNK 21, 181MI.
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RESORT
FOR
GENTLEMEN
Corner
Commercial
nd nth SU.
ALEX CAMPBELL, Prep.
TUB
WARRENTON
Columbia Harbor
Land Co.
CORNER...
BOND and
ELEVENTH STS.
Mips oi application.
New Astoria...
located at tbe terminus of the Astoria and
Colombia River Railroad, at tbe mouth of the
Columbia River.
It fronts on the deep water of the Colombia
River Harbor, and being perfectly protected from
wind and seas, affords the very best docks for
ships on this bay; therefore, it is the exact spot
for the seaport of the great Northwest.
These facts were recognized by the Astoria
& Colombia River Railroad Co. when
New Astoria Was Selected as
the Starting Point for their Railroad
and the Location for the Terminals.
New Astoria is platted opon a plane high
enoogh for perfect drainage, and well protected
by a high ridge behind it.
Its streets and avenues are wide, and. in
fact, it Is laid oot on modern plans.
Extensive street improvements are now nn-
' der way.
II An office has been opened by tha pro
prietors one door oast of tha Oro.br
hardware (tore. Call, ba shown tha
I merlta of tola property, and Invest
The New Astoria Company .COMMERCIAL
Something New...
Children's and Youth's Steel
Shod Shoe, aJI Sizes and Styles
Wa also carry a fins Una of ladles' and
man's shoes, from tha bast to tha loweat
reliable foods. All roods warranted Just
as represented. . j
JOHN HAHN CO,
171 Commercial Street.
THE KEATHEK.
Local weather for the 24 hours end
ing at 5 p. m. yesterday, furnished by
the United States Department of Agri
culture, Weather Bureau.
Maximum temperature, 70 degree.
Minimum temperature, 48 degrees.
Precipitation. .01 inch.
Total precipitation from September
1st, 18. to date, 77.10 Inches.
Excess of precipitation from Septem
ber 1st, 1895. to date, 7.91 inch.
Forecast For Washington and Ore
ber 1st. 1895. to date, 7.71 inches.
AROUND TOWN.
To think how poor our beat ha. been, bow
vain.
Beside tbe excellence we would attain.
Henry Abbey.
Fresh strawberries
Astoria Creamery.
every morning.
Mr. and Mrs. James Ryan arrived I
from Portland yesterday.
Sweet cream 10c pint Astoria Cream
ery, No. 451 Duane street.
The up-to-date girl waxes enthusias
tic over a dainty sweater.
Postmaster Lewis, of Jewell, was In
yesterday purchasing supplies.
Mr. C. L. Houston and wife went to
Portland yesterday on a visit
Fresh strawberries every morning at
lowest market price. C. B. Smith.
Don't forget the change In the time
card on the A. and C. R. R. today.
The finest separator cream In the
city at bedrock prices at C. B. Smith's.
The water-color paintings in brown
by Mr. Arthur Tee are attracting con
siderable attention.
The tin shops and hardware stores
were vsry busy selling coffee pots to
fishermen yesterday.
New 20th Century tan lace shoes for
ladles. Columbia Shoe Co., successors
to Copeland & Thorsen.
Those who are next door to the rail
road think that Mr. Hammond will be
in Astoria about July 1st
The work of tearing down Morgan's
dock and warehouse to make room for
the railroad, is almost completed.
The Rev. Mr. McCormac went to
John Days yesterday afternoon in a
fishing boat, and will hold service there
today.
Go to the Spa for your candies and
Beaver Hill
nnH nilmnn
aASSS - - -
For rmlly or Mesas '''r''
ELMORE. SANBORN
If you will look into the situation you will see that
WARRENTON
is the croam of west side property. The center of improve
ments is here, and as an investment for business or a home
there is nothing to equal it in the whole proposition. Iu
WARRENTON
lots are all large, full size, 50x103. Prices range from $150
to $250 each. Sold on installments. Terms to suit. Save
your change and buy a lot in RRENTON
ST.
Ice cream. " Tbe only first-class place
in town. Crushed fruits always on
hand.
Mr. C. C. Dalton, the well known
Ilwaco attorney, arrived from Portland
yesterday and took the steamer for
home.
Mr. Mark Warren and a soldier went
out with a boat and net yesterday af
ternoon and made a fair catch of
salmon..
"Astoria's Captivity." The pastor of
the Congregational church will present
the scriptural way out, this evening at
8 o'clock.
Ice cream by the bushel at C. B.
8mlth's. Ice cream soda a specialty.
Private parlors for ladies. 483 Com
mercial street.
City Auditor Nelson yesterday after
noon issued the city bonds to Contract
or Normile in payment for the Improve
ment of 10th street
Mrs. F. A. Helm, of Corvallis, one
i of the higher officers of the order of
the Eastern Star, is in the city visiting
Mrs. P. F. Woodford.
General Land Agent W. G. Gosslin,
of the Astoria and Columbia River Rail
road, is expected from Montana to
morrow with his wife.
The steamer Telephone yesterday af.
temoon brought down a large amount
of salmon for the canneries from the
up-river fishing grounds.
Mrs. E. Funge returned from Port
land Friday morning, accompanied by
her son, Alfred, who has been attend
ing school at Forest Grove.
Sam Oliver, P. W. Baxter, John Tur-
pin, of Portland, and W. J. Touref, of
North River Falls, were registered at
the Old Parker House yesterday.
The Astoria Creamery will have one
of the most complete outfits for manu
facturing ice cream by June 25. Can
fill orders from 1 quart to 1,000 gallons.
Lee M. Clark, president of the Mult'
nomah Printing Co., Portland, is one
of the regular attendants at Camp
Lord, being first lieutenant of Battery
A.
The oil men picking up salmon heads
In the river yesterday, reminded a gen
tleman of a poetical turn of mind of
Charon towing the dead across the
River Styx.
A fisherman was heard to remark
yesterday that the strike had accom
pllshed one good If nothing else, and
that was In driving away the floating
members of the craft.
The Potter yesterday afternoon
brought down from Mt. Coffin half a
dozen fine dresed hogs for Ross, Hlg
gins & Co. What's the matter with
Oregon raising her own bogs?
While loading supplies on the bark
Big Bonanza Thursday, H. H. Ingalla,
of Foard tc Stokes, fell overboard. By
tbe quick action of Nick Davlch, he
was saved from a watery grave.
Clfh A I
WHAL
TfV It
A CO. Afentt. Astoria.
Yesterday afternoon Mr. L. H. Seeley
and 8. H. Brown Jr.. and a number of
others, spent their time at Flavel, look
ing over the Improvements being made
there and Inspecting the rising hotel.
A match game of baseball will lake
place at 10 o'clock this morning at the
Grangers" Hall field near Olney be
tween the Astoria Examiner team and
the Olney nine. Good sport Is antici
pated. Viking Lodge. No. 14. I. O. Q, T.. will
give an entertainment on Saturday
evening. June 27, at Rescue hail, for
the benefit of the lodge. Admission IS
cents. A good program haa been ar
ranged. Mr. Cash Cole's new suit and long
pointed tan shoes made quite a figure
on Ninth street yesterday. It was
unfortunate that he had to cut the
buttons off the shoes In order to get
them on.
Mr. S. E. Utslnger returned from
Portland on the Bailey Gatiert yes
terday morning, having left his family
In the city on a visit. He reports that
the waters of the river at Portland are
at a standstill.
It was rumored yesterday that the
wedding of a prominent member of the
Bachelors' Club had been postponed
because of a recent bicycle accident
which somewhat disabled one of the
parties to the contract.
One man who went fishing Friday
and ordered a second-hand boat stove
which could not be found in the mar
ket, returned yesterday with 168 in
gold received for the first day's work,
and bought a new stove.
Mornlag prayer and Holy Commun
ion at Grace Church this morning at
U o'clock. Evening prayer throughout
the summer on Sunday evenings at 8
o'clock. Evening prayer at Holy In
nocents, Uppertown. at J:30.
A detachment or the Washington mi
litia, now stationed at Ilwaco, came
over yesterday afternoon In their gun
boat after supplies. They could scarce
ly be distinguished from the O. N. O.
when they called at Camp Lord.
Take your wife and children today In
one of the new and elegant open cars
of the Astoria Street Railway and go
to the Scandinavian Cannery to see
what 100 tons of salmon looks like; you
may never see such a sight again.
The merchants yesterday were very
busy selling goods to fishermen and
shipmasters. The grocery stores par
ticularly reported the heaviest sales of
the season. Foard A Stokes' store was
besieged with orders for fish boat out
fits. The steamer Telephone last night
took 500 cases of tin plate from the
bonded warehouse shipped by Meyer,
Wilson & Co. to Mason, Wittenberg A
Co., Yes Bay, Alaska. One hundred
and twelve blocks of tin were also
shipped to the same point
For the next ten days we will have
a special sale of velvet, silk, and cloth
v. raps at wholesale prices, the hand
somest and best fitting shirt waists,
and a large line of duck suits, and
wrappers at way down prices. I. Cohen,
Low Price Store, 491 Bond street, cor
ner Eleventh.
One of the O. R. and N. Company's
largest barges left Portland for As
toria yesterday loaded with steel rails
for the A. and C. R. R. The rails will
be used In laying the track from War
renton through Flavel to New Astoria,
In replacing the wornout rails on the
Seaside branch, and In building switch
tracks.
The visitors from the country yes
terday were L. W. Wright, Young's
River, C. 8. Dow and John Heckard,
Lewis and Clarke, Perry Titus, Howell
Lewis and Bob Lowden, John Days,
David Upton, Deep River; Andrew
Johnson, Gray's River, Erlck Manula,
Blind Slough, and Theodore Christians,
and wife, Waluski.
The British ship captain who a few
days since In Portland attacked a well
known river steamboatman, for a fan
cied Insult, and boasted that he was
an Englishman and proud of It, got
none the best of it over the American,
who replied that he was proud that he
was not an Englishman, and stood his
ground In the fracas.
Services today at the Presbyterian
church morning and evening, to be
conducted by the Rev. J. W. Arnold,
pastor of the Third Presbyterian
Church of Portland. The Rev. Henry
Marcotte, who has accepted a call
from the Astoria church, has arrived
The best chemical compound for wash.
Ing powder is "Soap Foam,'' as it will
not "yellow the clothes," nor burn the
hands. It's the finest thing In the world
for the bath. One trial will convince
you.
HERE
ARE
BARGAINS
In Portland and is visiting friend In
that city before assuming ihstite here.
Mr. Heautcamp has named his naph
tha launch the "Arctic." It was for
merly the gasoline launch Vigilant, and
as n 111 be remembered, was taken from
the water a year ago. The gas en
gines were removed, and an eight-horse
power naphth eniilne substituted. Mr.
lleautcamp will probably use his boat
this summer for private excursion par
ties. Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Sohulderman,
Misses Ktta and Mamie Sehulderman,
and Miss Allen, of Portland, are lirre
en route to their summer cottage at
North Beach. The family Is represent
ed In Co. I by a young attorney who;
vainly wishes the strike were settled
and he could hie him to l he clammy
beach to view the lilemnorag and gase
at the silvery moon.
One of the cannerlea yesterday re
ceived a salmon caught In a trap In
taker's Hay with the shaft of an In
dlan spear sticking through the hi
which It Is thought had been there for
six or eight months. It could not be
determined from Just where the salmon
came, or where it had been speared,
but It was thought that the Implement
was that of the Alaska Indians.
From early evening until late last
night crowds of people attended the
opening at the Louvre. Cords of bread
great platters of roasted turkeys, tiak
ed hams and roast bf were served
to the visitors. Tho lunches, of eouue
were not all taken dry. An augmented
orchestra performed many pieces u
well known music during the evening,
and the affair was an undoubted sue
cess.
The sad Intelligence of the death of
Mr. J. D. Geoghegan, a well known pol
itician of the state of Washington
w hich occurred at ancouver yester
day, was received by telegraph. The
deceased was an uncle of Mr. James P.
Clancey, of this city, and was promi
nent a year or two ago In the political
affairs of the state of Washington.
The funeral wilt take place at Vancou
ver tomorrow.
Mrs. C. W. Knowles, Miss Laura
Knowles, E. A. Seeley and family, B.
Seeley and wife. H. E. Edwards, L B.
Seeley, I Monhelmer. E Schiller and
wife, W. D. Browne, and W. O. Van
Schuyver, Portland) John 8. Kulp, U.
S. A., Charles Clay, Seattle; Hartley
Lord and wife. W. II. Lord and wife,
8. H. Brown Jr., Boston, and Joe
Hardeman, 8t. Louis, were In the city
yesterday.
A large number of people are talking
of renting and building houses at
Warrenton and Flavel as soon as
the trains are running across the
bridge. The property Is level and rea
sonably cheap over there, and with
good suburban train service, no doubt
many will avail themselves of the ad
vantages until such time as suitable
dwellings can be erected for reasonable
rents in Astoria.
The steamer Baker left Portland Fri
day noon on a special run to Astoria,
having on board Mr. Ben. Campbell,
general freight agent. O. R. and N.
Co., Col. John McCracken, Portland,
and Mr. McMillan, of Japan, who Is a
representative of the line of steamers
between Portland and the Orient. Upon
their arrival In this city the tug Re
lief conveyed the party to the Jetty
and all returned on the Potter at 8:15
the same evening.
BICYCLE ACADEMY.
Sherman ft Thing have opened a riding
school next door to Paclflo Express office.
Competent Instructors constantly In at
tendance. Cleveland and Crescent bi
cycles for sale and rant
FLORAL MUSICAL.
In Aid of the Public Library.
A Floral Musical will take place
Thursday evening, June 25th, at the
home of Mrs. Herman Pranl, on 10th
street. Flowers, music, and refresh-
Awarded
Highest Honor World! Fair,
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
DiX-
CREAM
mm
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.
A Beautiful Addition on the
West Side. '
SULO
...WATCH...
FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENT
nients will be the order of the evening.
A number of young people will be ask
ed to assist the library ladle In their
endeavor to furnish a pleasant even
Inn's entertainment. It I necessary
to Increase the library bank account.
This I your opportunity to assist the
enterprise. It I for the public food
and the public generally Is invited.
Program published Wednesday,
WKI'MNl! HKLLH.
Well
Known Astorlan Are Married In
Portland.
The marriage of Mr. John dingle
Wyatt, of Portland, to Mis Iteta Bird
Packard, was celebrated at the home
of the bride's parents. Captain and
Mrs. II. F. Packard, In Vancouver,
Wednesday evening, the 17th. by the
Rev. Kdgnr P. Hill, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church of Portland. Only
a few of the Intimate friend of the
families were present.
The house was beautifully decorated
with ferns, evergreens ami rose. The
bride looked most charming In a dress
of white silk and chiffon. She tarried
a bouquet of beautiful Nephata rose.
Mis Mabel David acted a brides
maid and w attired In a becoming
costume of white organdie. The groom
was atetnded by Mr. Edward I.abbe. of
Portland, who was a brother graduate
at the Philadelphia College of Phar
macy, and was well up In hi part.
The wedding march wa beautifully
rendered on the piano by Mr. A. P.
Illrd, of Rockland. Maine, an aunt of
the bride.
The young couple, both of whom are
well known In Astoria.- were the recip
ient of many elegant and useful wed-
uiiiK .i.-i-ni. ror one imiig. jneur
future home In Portland, ws furnish
ed from top to bottom, and even sup.
eplld with groceries and table luxuries
by the parents of the groom. Imme
diately after the ceremony the hnppy
couple left for Portland, where they
will be at home at No. 122 Second
street, after July 1st.
The U. S, Oov't Reports
$how Royal Baking Powder
superior to all otbert,
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Notice 1 hereby given that the firm
of Parker it Hanson, Is this day mu
tually dissolved. Gelo F. Parker will
continue the business and all accounts
of the firm must be settled with him.
CARL A. HANSON.
GELO F. PARKER,
Asturla. Or., June 15, 18!,.
A TWISTER.
A twister In twisting
May twist him a twist.
For In twisting a twist
Three twists moke a twist:
But if on of the twists
Untwist from the twist.
The twist untwisting
Untwists the twist
That Is. when It's twisted with
any
other twine than MARSHALL'S.
For 15 cents you can secure an excel.
lent woll-served meat at th. Ron Ton
Restaurant, No- 671 Commercial street.
They are also fully prepared to lerv
all kinds of fish, game and delicacies of
ine season, ss well as oysters In .vary
Imaginable style at the lowest living
prices. Come once and you will con
tinue to com.
OUR CORNER.
A gentleman's resort at corner Bond
and 11th streets. The finest brand of
liquors and cigars always on hand. Call
and try us.
ANDERSON PETKR80N.
All the patent medicines advertised In
this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles etc, can
be bought at the lowest prices at J. W.
Conn's drug store, oppoalt. Occidental
Hotel. Astoria,
Salton Sea Salt for baths at
the Estes-Crain . Drnfr Store.
10c and 25c per package.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castorla.
For the best of commercial Job printing
call at the Astoria n Job office.
Beneath a steamers berth
there's Just room enough for
one of our 12.18 telescope satchels
and not near enough for the
ordinary trunk. Hence, a satch
el is a necessity If you're going
on a sea voyage.
THE ARCADE.
r
REDUCED RATES.
The O. R. and N. Co. has mode reduced
rates for the following meetings:
Republican National Convention, St
Louis, Mo., June 18.
Democratic National Convention, Chi
cago, III., July 7.
People's Party Convention and Ameri
can Sliver Convention, St. Louis, Mo
July 22.
National Convention Young People's So
ciety Christian Endeavor, Washington, D.
C, July 7 to 13.
National Education Association Meet
ing, Buffalo, N. Y July S 'o 10.
Encampment Grand Army of the Re
public, St. .Paul, Minn., September 14.
For Information regnrdlng rates, etc..
call at the O. R. and N. ticket office.
Webfoot Corn Cure. N o
cure no pay. For m at Km-tes-Crain
Drujr Store.
WANTBD,
WANTKIv-Hltuatlou by experienced
woman as chamber maid, waitress or
to do light housework. Addresa Box
isi. city.
WANTKlv At once; active agents
for each county. Exclusive control and
no risk. Will clear 12 to :(l hundred
dollar a year. Enclose stump for full
particular or :5c for II (ample, nig
Rapid Mineral Water Co.. Illg luplda.
Mich.
WANTED Situation to do general
housework. Apply L M., Astorlan of-1
flee.
WANTED A dressmaker would Ilk
, some sewing by the day. Address Itox ,1
WANTKD Three unfurnlsrtd rooms
for light housekeeping. "K." Astorlan
office.
WANTED To R.nt-A house of six or
seven rooms, centrally located. Addrs
J.. Astorlan orTIc.
WANTED By house tw.aty years'
standing, lady or ntleman, willing 10
learn our bustn., then to travel, or to
do office work. Salary, tD10.it. Enclose
self-addressed stamped envelop to A.
T. ELD silt. Manager, care Dally As
torlan. FOR SALE.
Folt SALE The Feirell property,
corner of Kxcbange and Hill street
Price, !.;.. W. C. Cassell, 5I Bond
strf t. agent.
JAPAN KSK GOOI8 - Fireworks - just
OUt lUSt rtHT I Vr.1 -1 1I t whMl Vnil ..nl
' at v Ing Umt B, Ml CommorcUl street.
FOR KENT.
FOR RENT A small furnished cot
tase at Silver Point Cliffs. Elk Creek
beach. Wood furnished and water at
the door. For the season until Sep,
(ember 1st, 110. Astoria Land and In
vestment Co,, 4'52 Bond street.
FOR RENT
street A furnished room, Itf Ird
FOR RENT Three or four rooms, with
board, at Mr. K. C. llolden'a, comer
Duane and Ninth str..ta price reason
able. REWARD.
TEN DOLLARS REWARD will be paid
for any Information which will lead to
the arrest and conviction of the person
or persona who stole the plush card r
clv.r from the Palace Cafe.
W. W. WHIPPLE. Proprlttor.
FOUND.
FOUND A gentleman's gold ring,
marked with Odd Fellow', emblem. Own
er can recov.r same by applying at As
torlan office.
RKWARD.
Clatsop County, State of Oregon.
Whereas, on the 27th day of May,
UOt. Esther Loire, Jack Lambert.
Adolph Guolnage and Sam Mellandt
were waylaid and murdered near Cath
lamet Head (two miles below Clifton),
In Clatsop county, Oregon.
Now, therefore, Clatsop county here
by offers the following reward of
ONE THOUSAND (11000) DOLLARS
for Information that will lead to the
arrest or conviction of the persm or
person who murdered said parties.
Snld reward will be paid as follows:
Five Hundred (1500) dollars will be paid
for Information that will cause the ar
rest and conviction of any one of the
gnng of murderers, and
Five hundred (500) will be paid for
Information that will cause the arrest
and conviction of the balance of tha
persons committing said crime.
Astoria, Oregon, June 10, MIX.
J. H. D. GRAY,
County Judge, Clatsop County, Or.
CALL FOR WARRANTS.
Notice Is hereby given to all parties
holding Clatsop county warrants In
dorsed prior to July 1, 18M, to present
the same to the county treasurer for
payment, as Interest will cease from
this date.
Dated the lDth day of June, A. D.
' B. L. WARD,
Treasurer of Clatsop Co., Or.
DON'T TOBACCO SPIT OR SMOKH
YOUR LIFE AWAY
Is the truthful, startling title of a book
about No-To-Bac, the harmless, guar
anteed tobacco habit cure that braces
up nlcotlnlsed nervts, eliminates the
nicotine poison, makes weak men gain
strength, vigor and manhood. You run
no physical or financial risk, as No-To-Bac
Is sold by Charles Rogers under a
guarantee to rure or money refunded.
Hook freo. Address Sterling Remedy
Co., New York or Chicago.
Bradley Newell, of Vermont, has be
come "well healed" since he entered up
on his career as a healer. In other
words he has made 125,000 since the
1st of last January.
Astoria
Land &
Investment
Co.
462...
Bond Street..,
Astoria, Or.
The
"Old-
Parker
House."
Renovate!
and
Remodeled
Will set th bent table and put up
the best liquid rerrveliuieiiia 111 the
city.
"Biiiy Wright & GoIecasr
PHopRirroits.
CIIA8 CLARK. Clerk.
SHOES!
ANNOUNCEMENT
TO THE PUBLIC
Our ut ok uf Moi, g, Iitg.',;Mir' tut
tHHtUrft iiilui Win m
HOLD AT COHT
UiUll July IM, I", without rrri No 1
jruur upjrtuniv on( ihltif
ml r -Until fur rmir iuii, o
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niantiferturvf. tul
now la trtttll.
P. J. GOODMAN & CO.
$84 Commercial St. mui, n..iiioo
Emil Schacht
ARCHITECT
GEO. NICOLL, Assistant.
OFFICE:
Kopp's flew Brewery
ASTORIA PUBLIC LIBRARY
R KADI NO ROOM FRED TO ALU
Open every day from I o'clock to IJe
and to p. m.
Subscription rate SI per annum.
S.W. COR. KLBVRNTII DUANE ITS.
LADIES'
Clunks and Suits miiJc to Order or
rctiJy iitiiJv at the
..UNIQUE..
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING
C. A. LE VERE &
Ladle Tailors.
CO.
J. A PASTA BKND
fJEMERAL CONTRACTOR,
HOUSE, BRIDGE AND tCHflRF BUILDER;
HOUMK MOV KM.
Nous. M.vlBf Te.lt lor Rtat.
ASTORIA OREGON,
THE BOARD OF TRADE,,
PBTCR DOURttLL, Prop.
ONLY THE FINEST LIQUORS.
Cer. T.ntk sad Bead ftlrMts.
R. L. Boyle & Co.
Real
Estate
LOANS AND INVESTMENTS
COMMERCIAL, ST.
TIME TABLE
OF THE
Sea Shore flailroad.
In effect Saturday, June 20th, 1896.
Leaves Seaside at 7:30 a. m dally.
Leaves Young's Bay at 9:18 a. m.
dally.
Leaves Seaside at 3:30 p. m. Tusday,
Thursday and Saturday.
Leaves Young's Bay at 11:111 p. m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Leaves Seaside at 4:30 p, m. Sunday.
Leaves Young's Bay at p. m. Bun
day. Steamer E. L. Dwyer leaves Flavel's
dock for Young's Bay at 8:30 a. m.
dally; at 4:30 p. m. Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday; and at 6:30 p. m. Sun-day-
C. F. LESTER.
Superintendent.
Go to Elmore, Sanborn's office and see
their new and handsome twin, testing
maohlne. Take along some of the twines
.H5 V.i Marh"'" in your pooket.
Marshall's will .tnnd. It's money in your -pocket
and fish In your net to find out