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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, FK11UY MORNINU, OCTOUKIl 2. llt'.Ht.
Misses', Youth's and
Ladles' and Gents'
Rubbers, Rubber Boots, Etc.
John Hahn & Co.
79 Commercial St.
- fall Styles-
All the latest on J richest fabrics in
A Full Line of Umbrellas
Maximum temperature, tS degrees.
Minimum temperature, 5 degrees.
Precipitation, .10 Inch.
Total precipitation from September
lit, 1, to date, I.7S Inches.
Deficiency of precipitation from Sep
tember 1st, 189, to date, 1.(4 Inches.
TO RKADKRS.-Th Daily Astorlan'
oa tains twice rnaeb reading mailer as
amy ether paper published la A (tor la. It
U tae aaly paper that presents Ita reader
wlla a dally telegraphl report.
TO ADYERTISKRS.-Th "Dally Ae-
tertaa" hae mora thaa twice aa many read
are aa aay oilier paper pabllahed la Asto
ria. It la therefore more thaa twlee aa
saleable aa aa adYerttelag medium.
Hear Miss Carter this evening at the
Opera House .
has returned from a
Dr. W. I. Howard, Homopathlst, 5S
Gunther's, the only candles In the
city. C. B. Smith, sole agent
If Snodgrass doesn't make
photos you don't get the best.
Business houses reported collections
yesterday as exceptionally good.
Just take a look at C. B. Smith's
famous Gunther candles. It will do you
Mr. W. W. Whelan. of the t'nlon
Meat Company. Portland, Is visiting in
A Free Silver Purse free, with each
box of Cascaret sold at Rogers' Drug
' Store today.
Mr. James Hess, the well known sail
maker, left for the East last night on
an extended visit.
The Queen, the only heating stoves,
at Fisher Brothers. Price 10. Come
and. examine them.
HMr. A. H. Saie. of Young's River, was
In town yesterday, on his way to Sales
borough, Tamhlll county.
Observer Grover changed the weather
yesterday, very kindly complying with
the wishes of his Constituents.
Miss Bruce, pupil of Bruno Zwlht
gcher, of Lelpslc, will receive piano pu
pils Saturdays. 267 loth street.
C. B. Smith, the confectioner. Just
received another shipment of the fam
ous Gunther's Chicago candies.
Carbons are the only permanent
photos as well as the most artistic,
and Snodgrass knows how to make
Mr. Eugene F. Samuels, of the Equit
able Life Insurance Company, is In the
city and has already written a number
F. J. Schofield Is an expert at flower
gardening and offers his services at a
reasonable rate for such work. Leave
word at Astorlan office.
Joseph Hjch left last evening for
Canton, Ohio, where he says he ex
pects to take a look at the next presl
dent of the United States.
The Estes-Conn Drug Company has
commenced the erection of a new drug
store In Uppertown. Business In that
end of the city has taken quite a boom.
The Red Men leave at (:30 tonight on
the Bteamer Grady to be present at the
Portland Exposition on Red Men's
Day. A large crowd will see them off.
The Uppertown McKInley and Ho
bast Club will hold Its regular meeting
Saturday evening at Goble Hall at 730,
All are Invited to- attend and Join the
Don't forget that this evening's en
tertalnment at the Opera House Is for
a good cause. There will be an excel
lent program. No charge for reserved
The Irving Club yesterday afternoon
entertained Captain H. D. Smith and
a number of his officers off the Com
modore Perry In their usual hospitable
Notice Is given that the Astoria Sail
Loft will be closed from and after to
day, October 2, for a period of about
three months, on account of the ab
sence of the proprietor from the city.
Mr. Ryan, the painter, died at noon
yesterday at St. Mary's Hospital. He
bad been suffering for some time, and
death was not unlooked for. As yet
his relatives have not been discovered.
This evening there will be a special
meeting of all the McKInley and llo
bart Clubs of the city, to be held at
7:WJ o'clock In McKInley hall, when
business of importance will be consid
ered. The grand Jury yesterday examined
the county Jail, which they reported as
being In excelelnt condition. In the af
ternoon they visited the hospital and
also found that Institution In flrst-clas
The remains of the late Wm. H. Ryan
will be at the parlors of Alert Hook
and Ladder Company, (of which he
was an old and honored member! w here
his friends may pay their last respects
to the deceased.
Mrs. It. T. Crosby announces that she
Is forming a class In reading music at
sight and solfeggio practice, and in
vites those who desire to take advan
tage of this opportunity. Address 4(S
The torchlight procession last night
was a large and most successful af
fair. The line of march was crowded
wlih people on both sides of the streets
and great Interest was exhibited
throughout the city.
Pled, at Astoria, Thursday. October
1st. ism, Wm. H. Ryan, a native of
Ireland; an old resident of Astoria ar.d
a noble man. Boston and Lawrence,
Massachusetts, and Alameda. Califor
nia, papers, please copy.
A Portland Arm makes considerable
noise about woolen suits made on this
coast at JS.SS; Herman Wise offers as
good suits, made also on this coast, at
17.75; a saving of 90c over the Portland
Arm, or $4.75 less than other .Inns In
The well known lumber contractor.
H. B. Borthwick. of Goble, w as In the
city yesterday, and stated that the
streams In that vicinity were too low
to permit of the floating of legs, and
that the Interference was something of
a hindrance to the mills on the Col urn
Sam Maddock yesterday returned
from his European trip. While on the
other side of the Atlantic he visited the
Mediterranean Sea and various coun-
tries bordering upon It. Mr. Maddock
reports having had a magnificent trip
but did not have much to say about
Miss Martha L. Gilbert, besides ac
cepting a few more pupils desiring pri
vate lessons In French, will form a
class for Instruction In that language.
Those who wish to Join the class are
invited to meet Miss Gilbert on any
day this week, at her residence, 19S
Another large consignment of East
ern oysters in the shell and In the can
arrived In the city yesterday. The pop
ular Palace secured most of them,
which ar? fee!nJ served to Its guests.
Host Whipple mak a print of keeping
the Palace restaurant up ?? tne re
quirement of the times.
Notice to property owners of East
Adair and Alderbrook and Eastward:
Do not fall to attend the meeting at
the AlderbroqK schol house on Satur
day afternoon at 2 o'clock, when com
mittees will report, and steps will be
taken to organize permanently to fur
ther the interests of the east end.
In the police court yesterday ader
non Frank Cabanls, the man who gave
Capt. Hallock such a close call Wed
nesday night, was arraigned and Charg
ed with vagrancy. The court fined him
$300, or 100 days In ail. Later In the
day h was taken before the grand
Jury, where the matter will be further
It Is a noticeable fact that the little
launch Moro. which arrived yesterday
from Bandon with a cargo of salmon.
will carry back to Bandon a large
amount of merchandise to that point
from Portland and Astoria. Formerly
all these supplies were purchased In
San Francisco. The tide of trade Is
now turning toward the Columbia.
A gentleman from Portland yester
day stated that on the large blackboard
n front of the Democratic headquar
ters at Gunst's cigar store, notices were
posted that bets would be taken four
to one In favor of McKInley on the gen
eral election, and three to one that Mc
KInley would carry the state of Ore
gon, straws show which way the wind
At noon yesterday the w hlte team of
Foard & Stokes made a lively run
away. They were standing In front of
the store when a large truck In at
tempting to cross the street ran foul
of them, knocked one of the horses
down, which became frightened and
started down the street dragging his
mate with him. They ran to the
upper end of Commercial street, where
they were stopped. Fortunately no
damage was done.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Office of Llddlcoat & Crlbb,
529 Exchange street
Sealed proposale will be received at
this office, until 2 o'clock, Saturday,
October 3, 1M6, for the erection and
completion of a two-story frame dwell
ing to be erected on Block 19, Mc
Clure's, on Bond street.
Dans and specifications and all ne
cessary Information can be obtained
at this office.
LIDDICOAT & CRIBB,
TO Cl'KE A COLD IN O.NK I,V,
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas.
There's more clothing destroyed by
poor soap than by actual wear. "Hoe
Cake" contains no free alkali, and will
not Injure the finest lace. Try It and
notice the difference In quality. Ross,
Hlgglns & Co.
(Continued from First rage.)
emergency bivught about by the Chi
cago rioters, has not only been a sur
prise to every honest and right think
ing man. but ha appalled some of us
as the decimation of a principle which
if carried out can only mean the direst
disaster to our fair land. Can we safe
ly trust the government with a con
glomerate party believing In such a
principle and advocating It In their
"Now, my fellow eltixens. I will not
detain you much longer. 1 only at
tempted to point out some facts for you
to study yourselves, and I would urge
your careful attention to these great
subjects. 1 thoroughly believe that
when the great Republican party goes
back Into power next November we
shall again see those good times which
gave work to the laboring man and
whose pay was In dollars gotM for a
dollar the world over. If there are any
of those good Democratic friends here
tonight who do not like to desert the
principles of the party with which they
have been Identified f.r years, and w ho
yet cannot swallow the Chicago plat
form, nor vote for the nominees who
stand upon It, I would suggest that
they might adopt the plan of an old
gentleman whom I met recently while
traveling In the South. He was SI year
old and had always supported the
Democratic party. When asked what
he was going to do. in order to avoid
the difficulty in which he found himself,
because he could not support the Chi
cago platform, he replied by saying
that on November 3d he should take a
McKInley and Hobart ticket, scratch
off the names at the head of It, and
substitute the names of Palmer and
Ituckner. He could thus vote for his
principles and help to secure the elec
tion of an electoral college to take
care of the prosperity of the country.
'I thank you. ladles and gentlemen.
one and all. for the careful attention
you have given me tonight, and trust
that you will Investigate the questions
we have been considering; and I hope
that upon the evening of November 3d.
when many of us will be gathered at
the state Republican headquarters, we
will get the news over the wires from
Astoria that Clatsop c ounty had rolled
up a one thousand majority for Mc-
Kiniey." i Prolonged applause.!
The music furnished throughout the
evening by the McKInley Quartet,
Messrs. Belcher. Burnett. Garner and
Smith, was new, bright and entertain
ing. The members of the quartet have
worked hard, and the repeated em-ores
given them last night are the best evl
dence of ths success they have attained.
AT FISHER'S TONIGHT.
Program of the High School Recital
and Musical for the Piano Fund.
1. Vocal solo. "Dreams," Streletzskl
Mrs. Brenham VanDusen.
"Old Ace," iFred Emerson Brooks)
"The Wild Wood Chorus.". .Strouble
Misses Heba Hobson and Laura Fox.
"The Village Idyl,"
(Kate Douglass Wlggln)
3. Vocal Selection
Miss Ruth Garner.
6. Male Quartet
Messrs Belcher. Burnett, Smith and
8. (a) "Prompt Obedience" ,
(b" 'N' for Nannie, 'B' for Ben,"
9. Solo. "The Life of Love Is but a Day."
Miss Pearl Holden.
"The Tiger Lily Race,"
: (Mary H. Fiske)
BUYERS AND SELLERS.
The following deeds were filed fof
record In the office of Recorder Wil
M. J. Kinney to Bessie M. Liv
ingstone, Lots S and 4, Block 1,
Gearhart Park t
VanDusen Investment Co. to
Ben G. Anstadt, Lots 10 and
11, Block h3; Lots 3 and 4,
Block 84. VanDusen's Astoria
D. Smith to John Hahn, Lot 26,
Block 1, Chelsea
C. R. Hlgglns to Stuart A. Min
go, Lots 7 and 8, Block 10, War
renton Same to R. J. Rowe, Lots 15 and
16, Block 7, Warrenton
Same to W. B. Banks, Lots 4 and
The White Collar Line will have
round trip tickets on sale, to Portland,
September 23d and 24th, and October
6th and 7th, at one fare for the round
trip. Tickets good going only on date
of sale, and good returning within ten
days from date of sale. Tickets good
on steamers T. J. Potter, Bailey Gat
zert, R. R. Thompson and Telephone.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Shippers are hereby notified that lo
cal freight to points on the Seashore
road will be received at the Telephone
dock only. All freight must be deliv
ered one hour before train time. No
freight will be received after 4:30 p. m.
C. F. LESTER, SupL
Beginners' class meets on Tuesdays
and Fridays. Advanced class meet on
Mondays and Thursdays.
MRS. P. F. WOODFORD.
Great Bargains I
Ladies wanting fine Dresh
Goods or a stylish Cape or
Jacket at wholesale) prices
should call at the Low Price
Store. They are closing out.
Don't he talked into purchas
ing before getting prices from
the Low Price Store.
491 Bond 8t, corner 11th.
Mr. Lewis, the well known rancher of
Jewell, Is sndlng few days In the
city. He says that politic In the Ne
halem are all onc-aldcd. A careful can
vas, of that district shows that the
voters stand throe to one for McKInley.
At Vesper the same state of a It airs ex
Ists. Such old-line IH-tnoerala as the
Cahllls are out openly for sound money
and McKInley, (Mil Mr. Bottom, how
ever, has offered to bet his ranch that
I'.ryan will win the light. But of
course his wife would not penult such
a wager on his part. Mr. l.rwU says
that the people of Jewell and Vesper
would like to have a visit from one of
the Itcpubllcan campaign speaker, and
that they would enjoy entertaining htm.
although his presence 1 not absolutely
necessary. Talking of county roads,
he said that since the new work started
by the county court had been com
pleted, they were enabled to reach the
city much more easily than heretofore,
lie left Jewell at ! o'clock In the morn
ing and covered the thirty miles to As
torU by 7 o'clock In the evening. This
for a mountain road Is an excellent
rword. This season quite a large
amount of whent has been raised in the
I'pper Nehalem. and a great deal of I'
will be manufactured Into Hour at the
llttl mill on the creek. They make u
line grade of (lour, although not so
white s that manufactured in the
cities. Mr. Lewis besides wheat, also
cures a large inutility of hums and
bacon, and will put In another large
crop of grain the coming season.
GimkI prices were obtained In Astoria
this year for all kinds of produce, al
though up to (he present time farmers
have Ihvo about as conveniently sit
uated to l'ortlai.d as Astoria. A sea
port Is always the best market for
the farmer. Transportation facilities
being equal, the produce raiser will al
ways seek a seaport even If the dis
tance Is greater than to an Interior
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
A number of Interesting eases were
considered yesterday In the circuit
court. The grand Jury did a good deal
of work, and Judge Me Bride's time was
fully occupied during the day. Sheriff
Hare returned the following special
Jury venire, whose names were placed
in the Jury box: Wm. Chance. T. L.
Moore. Duncan Stuart, Thou. Wilkin;
son. Penny Curran, S. H. Howard.
W. M. LnForce vs. A. Levy & Co.,
re-set for trial this afternoon.
Fred Krosel vs. Sidney Dell, motion
entered to set aside decree.
State vs. J. J. K'-nney. No. 1, plea j
not guilty, set for trial October 7.
State vs. J. J. Kenney, No. 2. plea
not guilty, set for trial to follow No. 1.
Grand Jury returned one true bill
against J. H. D. Gray.
C. A. Peterson vs. E. Thompson, on
Jno. Anderson, a native of Sweden,
len. declared his Intention of becoming
a citizen of the United States.
Wm. H. Ryan, an old time resident
of this city, died yesterduy afternoon.
Mr. Ilyan during his long residence
here made many friends; he was one
of those men whom It Is safe to tie b;
ui. t. unassuming, charitable, and hen-1
r.ihle; his word was as good u.s tils
N'o flattery, no conceit was there In
his make-up; he held his friends as
with hooks of stevl, cliifferlng human
ity ever enlisted his sympathy and as
sistance. The little tots especially
touched his heart, and there are muny
of them In Astoria today who will
mourn his death with as sincere regret
as his nearest kin.
Poor Daii! No longer will your friends
enjoy ytur friendship. Such friendship,
our hf'arts fill w Ith sorrow and our eyes
with tea:s at the cruel parting; but
thank God, we ran point to a chapter
of noble acts and many kindnesses as a
heritage and we can console ourselves
with the hope of a reunion In the Val
ley of Peace beyond. II. W.
CLOUDBURST IN ARIZONA.
Tucson, Ariz., October 1. A special
to the Star from Benson says:
A part of the town was washed away
and six persors drowned by the Hood
from a cloudburst In Whetstone moun
tains, twelve miles southwest of the
town. The dead whose bodies have
been recovered are:
William Zeek; A. Barber, his wife
and two children; Oscar Ashburn, a
cattleman. Four more persons are
It Is expected that great loss of life
and destruction of property will be
reported all along the San Pedro river
until it empties Into the Gila Details
of the disaster at Benson and an ac
curate description of the extent of the
cloudburst have not been received, but
the precipitation must have occurred
along the whole length of the Whet
NOTICE, FINNISH BROTHERHOOD.
The regular quarterly meeting of the
Finnish Brotherhood will be held In
Pythian Hall, on Tuesday evening,
October 6. A full attendance Is desired,
and all absentees will be fined. By or
der of J. KASKI,
A gentleman's resort, at corner of
Bond and Twelfth streets. The finest
brands of liquors and cigars always
on hand. Call and try uh.
ANDERSON & PETERSON.
There Isn't room In the republic for
The U. S. Oov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others,
Salton Sea Salt for baths at
the Kstes-Conn Iirig Stere
lOe and 25c per package.
Meany Is the leading tailor, and pays
the highest cash price for fur skins.
STILL IMt'UINO INTO CANTON.
Canton, Ohio, October I.- lfotir trains
brought delegations from Collage
cotiuty, Ohio, today, with greetings to
McKInley. The llrst was a party from
the southern part of the county, com-
ug over the renusylvaula lines In the
regular trains. The other three came
in specials of nine-c.nu lies each over
the C. C. and C. No demonstration was ver would not mean that silver dollars
made till the last arrived, when a pa-! were to bo freely hail without ! or
rude was organised. After a short lubor.
march a meeting was held In the tabor-1 The owner of (lie silver bullion would
nacle. A delegation from Springfield, got tho silver dollar; the peoplo would
Ohio, arrived on a special train of seven get It only by their luUr.
couches at I (5 this attertnH.it. It What would keep tile new silver dol-
brought the "Heavyweight" McKInley lars at pur with gold? There would bo
and lloburt Club and other clubs and no obligation on the government to do
cltiiens generally. After a short pa- It, the simple truth Is, we would be drlv.
ra.le In the business portion of the city en to a silver liable -to silver mono,
the crowd assembled In the tabernacle. intulll:.in.
Cyrus It. McCoinilck. of Chicago, who lUini-talllsm cannot be secured by lil
ts at the hcud of the great harvesting dependent acll..n on our purl, nor by
machine compuny, recently wrote the opening i.ur mints to free silver, until
"We have never before been so much
at a loss to lay our plans for the work
for next season as now. If we thought
the country would go for unlimited
coinage of silver we do not wish t
run our shops for more Hum half their
"We have In that statement a de-
strlptlon of our business troubles and
It teaches the striking leeson which
must Impress every thinking man. The
manufacturer does not know how to
plan for the next year's business be-
cause of the financial uncertainly err.
ated by the attitude of a great political
party In combination with two other
parties. If free sliver Is to lie Inaug
urated In this country It will change all
values, disarrange the Mutton of labor
to production and of raw material to
the finished product. This uncertain
ly makes every business man pause,
makes every buslnca enterprise halt,
and while they pause end halt the home
f every vvorklngman Is filled with de
spair." I871 iSyt
Iron tv. Stn-1,
iir.H'fiie it Provisions,
Flour Mill Pe.-d,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Doors A Windows,
Agricultural I m piemen'
Wagons & Vehicles.
A. V. ALMCN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruit
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Piated Ware, Loggers' Supplies.
Cor, Tenth and Commercial streets.
GEO. NIC0LL, Assistant.
Kopp's f.ew Brewery
.SjMap a kodak;.
at any man Doming out ot
our stor. and you'll get
portrait of s moo brimming
over with pleasant thoughts.
Hucb quality In the liquors
we hare to offer are enough to
pleaaa any man.
COME AND THY THEM
HUGHES & CO.
ROSS HIGGINb & CO
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Astoria end Upper Astoria
Hint T.af and ConM, Table Dellcadel, Domestic
and Tropical Fruits, Vegetables, Sugar
Cured Hani, Bacon, Etc.
Choice Fresh and Salt Meats.
ASTORIA PUBLIC IiIBRAflY
READINO ROOM FREE TO ALL.
Open every day from I o'clock to tM
and 1:10 to 9:10 p. m.
Subscription rates It par annum.
H.W. COR. ELEVENTH DtJAKB iTel
If you will look into tho situation you will hco Unit
in the cream of weal aide property. The center of improve
ment is here, and us an inventinc-nt for Inmineaa or a home
there w nothing to equal it in tho whole proposition. In
lots are all large, full size, 50x100. Prices range front $li0
to $2.r0 each. funM on installments. Terms to suit, tfavo
your cluing.' ami huy a lot in WARRENTON
HOLD Nt'lltlKTS Kid M MuKINI.UY'H
I LICITKR OK ACCKI'TANCH.
The mere declination that the lctno-
crala propone to Inaugurate, the five
mid unlimited coinage of silver Is a
uieiinc. to our financial and Industrial
We must not he misled by phi usee
nor deluded by false theories. Free all-
interiiulloiiul agreement Is had It Is the
duty of the United stales to maintain
the gold standard.
We now have more silver than gold.
Eighty-four per cent of our foreign
trade Is with gold standard countries,
Tho ltepubllcan party Is nt opposed
to tho use of silver money, and lias
done all It could for It consistent with
We have more sliver In use than any
'country In the world except Chin or
' Fife coinage would defer. If not de
feut, International bimetallism.
Free, sliver would entrant our cur
rency ami drive tnu.Ovu.otsi gold dollars
out of circulation.
The money of a country ilioul.l never
U the subject of purtlan contention.
In addition to free silver we are asked
to ..liter on an era of Irredeemable paper
currency. We are not a nation of
1 lasses, and appeals lo prejudice should
In the light of the pnsetit political
situation In this country, the follow
ing extrict from the gruat corny of
Macaulay, written on the future of (lie
America:) commonwealth, and publish
ed In the year b.'H. Is certainly one of
the most astounding prophecies ever
moo 111 int. nisiory oi (lie worm. j
"The day may come In the United
"States when a multitude, of (he pro-!
"pie, oppressed by hard times, w ill be
"called upon 10 choose rulers. in one
"side will stand a statesman pr.-a.li-i
"lug patience, respect for vested rights.
"and strict observance of the public
"faith, on the other side will stand
"a demagogue, ranting nNrnt the tyr- i
"anny of usurpers and capitalists. Let
"Us hope that If such a season of ud
"verslty ever comes, th. American na
"(lon will not act Ilk. people, who
"would In a year of . arelty devour all
"the seed corn, and thus make the
"next year a year, not of scarcity, but
"of absolute famine."
FIRE ALARM noXE8.
Hox S-Trulllnger's Mill.
Hog Astor and Beventh street.
Ilox 7 Ninth and Duano.
Cog S Commercial and Fifteenth.
Hog 9 Clatsop Mill.
Box 12-Car Stable..
Hox 14 McGregor's Mill.
Moat so-called "salmon twln'a" are col-,
.red with acids. The acids rot th. rihr;
and render the material useless. In tha;
office of Elmore, Banborn A Co, la an ob-j
Ject lesson that ought to be examined by,
all fishermen. It Is th. whole of th1
material used In th. manufacture of Mar
shall's twine from start to finish. Go
there and examine the eolor right
through. You will see then why Mar
hall's Is called th best In th. world.
Use Wehfoot Corn Cnre. No
cure no pay. For sale at Estes-Conn
Eggs, 25c per Doz.
At that price almost any man can
make a good living- and save up
money on a Clatsop county ohloken
ranch. We have a small tract of
land near Warrenton that will
make a most desirable place for
raising chickens and we will sell It
so cheap that -almost anyone can
afford to buy It.
ASTORIA LAND AND INV. CO.
355 Commiclal street.
BREMNER & HOLMES
Special attention paid to fleam boat re
pairing:, first-class horseshoeing;, etc !
LOGGING CAMP (DORK A SPECIALTY
1J7 OIney street, between Third and
and Fourth. Astoria. Or
Clarkson & Mclryin
LONG FIR PILING
Astoria Asphalt and Roofing Co.
ejnd Repairing Ueky Roofo),
WANTKO-Olil for light housework.
Apply t4i7 I'lxi'hang.' street.
WANTi:i- Uy competent ilr.inak.
er, engagements by (he day. Knqulta
Itoom 7, Commercial street, over I 'tin
W A. N'TKI!--situation, by competent
girl, to do general h""ewotk. Address
I.. Astorlan tittles.
Wanted -A few pupils on the plana,
Miss Martha L. (Illuerl, I'.'H Third
$10 to fIN per vech fur men (irol women
for easy horn. work. No books or
canvassing. No experience, lions IV1.
offer. No Catch. Hend stamp for
work and particulars. K. 11KIIMANN,
IIS S. Sixth street. Philadelphia, I'a.
FtH Itl'.NT-Chenp-Hsven room cot.
tag, with bath and modern Improve.
ment. Apply at the Astorlan oltlee,
Kolt KKNT-Three or four rooms,
with board. Mrs. R. C. Hidden, corner
Kth and Iniane at reels.
Foil ItKNT-Newly furnished rnjinsj
h and cold baths; rail at this riffle..
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
with or without board. Apply 111 7th,
FOR HALK-U-room Lodging House,
Centrally located; cheap lease; bar
gain. Astoria Ijind and Inv. Co., i!&
JAI'ANKSK UOOIiH Fireworks
Just out -Just received Just what yoit
want at Wing !.ee'i, MS Commercial
Lost on the night of the parade,
last Thursday, a purse, coulnlnlng mon
ey and a gold ring Finder w ill b re
warded by leaving same at the Astu
FOUND--I'alr of kid gloves, corner
Commercial and I'Mli streets Ai.i.lv
GEn... A BESOi,T
ith St. M K CAM,,,,, Li ,,pop
). A FASTAHICNI),
HOUSE, BRIDGE AND tTJHARF BUILDER
HOUMK MOV Kit,
I lioute Moving Tool lor Rent,
I ASTORIA OREGON
AHTOKIA IHON WOHKt
j CosroaHySl.teoloi Jacket, A.mrla
General Machinists and Boiler Makesr
I taod and Marina Engines, Boll.r work, Steea.
j boal and Cannery Work a Specialty.
Castings ot All ' DeacrlFilnns Made to Order o
I John rox.... President and Superintendent
I A. L. Fox Vloe Preeld.nl
! O. B. I'rael Beoreiary
First National Bank Treasurer
C A. HANSON
R. L. Boyle & Co
LOANS AND INVESTMENTS
' a ri.ooitN
rine Moale. Osmes of All K toils. Two
Good Order; and Everybody's Right's
NT ItlOTL Y OIINKHVKI).
216 and 217 Chamber of Commerce
AT ItOOM 1,
N. JENSEN and R. 0. HANSEN