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TIIK DAILY ASTOUIAN, KRIHAY MOUSING, FEIIKUAUY SO.
Ladles Walking Clmae
Durable School OllUCd
Seasonable Goods "
Rubber Boots, Etc
John Hahn & Co
479 Commercial St.
YESTERDAY1 S WEATHER.
Maximum temperature, M dfma
Minimum tempera ure, S5 (degrees,
to date, 6.&S Inches.
Total precipitation from September 1,
188S, to date, 66.5S t noting
Excel of precipitation from Septem
ber I, 1896. to date, H.I5 inches,
TO READERS. Th Daily Aeturlau"
aatalae twice at much reading mailer aa
ay other paper paMUhed la Aetiirla. It
I tha ! y papar that prtwnU Ita readers
Witt a daily telegraphic report.
TO ADVERTISERS. -Tha "Daily Aa
arlaa" haa mora thee twloe a many read
me alhar papar published la Aato.
el sable m as id.rw,' d'B"
Uta of Oreroa. I
Coaaty of Clataop. (
Wa, taa anderelgaea, leeJ Muagera
raepacUvel f WMin raJoa sad
Tea tat TalagHph eoaipaalra, hereby m
illy that the "Dally Aiterlaa" U Ua aaly
papar pabllaked la Aataria which saw re
eel eee. ar at aay tiaia darlag ear control
af aald a Sloe baa reeelred, a telagrapht
preaa repart. B. D. JOHXSOM,
Manager W . O. T. Co.
J. R. CLARK.
Maaager Faatal Tel. Ce.
Linger not too Ions In the thoughts
oC thy ahortcomings,
"For one look at thyself, take fifty at
Now for ruah to the Cannon Beach
Mr. J. Tags, of Warrenton,
tbe city yesterday.
Ekatrom ha the only complete stock
of Jewelry In Uut city.
Mia Alice V unaell. graduate optician,
office In Manaell building. v.
Born, to the wife of Mr.
Cnkmtown, Tuesday, a son.
Get your ticket for the Taylor tie
ter first thing thl morning.
Hat you any jeweiry that need re
pairing i Take H to Ekatrom'.
There was no busineaa done in either
the police or Justice courts yesterday.
Lieut, and Mr. C. A. Flagler, of
Portland, visited Fort Stevens yester
day. Mr. H. B. Parker returned from Port
land yesterday considerably tmprored
E. A. Seeley is In the city from Port
land, looking after the interests of the
The Silver City bootblack stand at
Seventh and Astor streets Is now open
from It. m. until 4 p.m.
. ' Miss Munsell, the optician, can be
found at her office in the Mansell build
ing from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
The most attractive and Inexpensive
light furniture of bamboo made to or
der at 618 Commercial street
The only "Queen" heater for sale only
by Fisher Brothers. Call and be con
vinced. Beware of imitations. -
The Taylor slaters have made one of
the hits of .the seenon. The house prom
ises to be packed this evening.
Wait :for the "Huseby." the best
bicycle on earth for the least money.
$10 and ,50. F. L. Parker, aent.
Yesterday the Potter did not arrive
until after 9 o'clock; hence the mail
was several hours late in. distribution.
Yesterday was ladies' day at the
A. F. C. gymnaMum and !ar?e num
bars of the fair sex were in attendance.
There will be no swwion of me teach
ers' institute this afternoon, but Instead
ail of the teachers will visit Fort Ste
vens. uet prices at the Low Price Store
rorthe latest in silk pongees, all shades,
for waists and underskirt, 191 Bond
The devotees of terpsichore yester
day reported having had a jolly time
at Miss Lewis' domino party Wednes
It Is understood that a new and com
modious depot will be built by the
railroad company at Seaside sometime
Gangs of workmen Hre now ,busily
engaged on the Wg cuts above Rainier
and Mayger's and between Clifton and
Westport. Work on the tunnels will be
Good tea is extremely
goode you may not know
ttryScMlwgts West; 1 if
you don't like it, your gro
cer will pay youmoney
back in fulL
rln wion, but aa alt of the tunnels
are ahort oik, they can be pushed
through Jn quick order.
Don't forget that each day work on
Mie railroad Is being pushed forward,
and that before many month the frad
Inn wIM be entirely finished.
Little price and big values In new
spring oheek and fancy Mack and
colored dree good Just received at the
Low Price SUire, tl lVnd street.
A larye scow of lumber from Uoble
wa towed over to Warrenton yester
day afternoon. The lumber will be
used in the construction of cottage.
Alex Olds went hunting yesterday
at Smith' Point, but the only game
he brought home was the recollection
of a rabbit which got away from him.
The wauaona of the teaclwra' Insti
tute he) J yesterday attracted many
vUor from tbe general public and
the exorcise were rxtretnoly Interest
ing. ' '
The big pile driver
work again today In
railroad yards, iwhere
be at once puehed to com-
The driver for the Webf.Kt Comml-jktfC a Ju)V, Wtts exc.,, Nr ,, jerni.
alon CVmpany i hving for another Ludwlg chrfatatitp-n. a native of Nor
leap year to relieve him of the Jtm-,wy w admitted to cltienshlp. M.-a.
culty of choosing In-tween half a doten x,,t..1.J, er.;u. . ,m-orr.
A private letter received yesterday
stated that Mr, J. B. Copeland. lately
of Astoria, 1 very sick In the hospital
at Olymplo, and that his family have
also been ill.
The big pile driver at work at Scar-
borough Head yesterday dropped "
big hammer overboard, which will ne-
cewttate the emloyment of a diver -
fore the work can go forwara
The performance of the Taylor sis-
ter tonight wlU be for the benefit of
the Columbia marine band, and the en -
tire proceeds will be devoted to the pur -
chase of new uniforms for Its mem-
There were only a few who made
any kind of a kick against the weather
yesterday, and they were people of
. K-wmy naun a w pre.er a sieaay
season of storm to an occasional gleam
of sunshine. ; '
' , ' '
The charming HUle Taylor sister
promise a grand surprise for all who',
attend their performance this evening,
They intend to leave Astoria on their '
eastern tour with the praise and best
wishes of all Its citlxens.
Capt Hirsch, of the stranded Potrlm
pos, was over from North Beach yes
terday and sent his buatsw-aln and two ;
apprentices back to Hamburg. The
captain is now alone with the excep -
tlon of a mate and cook.
In the county court yesterday came
up the matter of the appointment of !
E. S. Ferguson as administrator of the j
estate of J. L. Moore in place of C.
Bottom, who was recently appointed, j
Judge Gray took the matter under ad- (
Foreman Morrison, of the Western
I'nlon. and his force of men left last
night for Portland, having finished the
navri ana aeasiue lines, ox cent mat
the wire on the Seaside line will not
be strung until the new depot at
Side IS built. -
In order to dispel any concern which
may exlm in the minds of those de-
sirous of attending the inaugural ball
to be given at Foard Stokes' hall as
to the admission of Improper charac-
ters, Mr. J. T. Itoss desires to announce
Ohat he will personally be In charse
at the door that evenine anl thae l
, . ....
om persons 01 unaouwea respectability
will be admitted.
A grand inaugural ball will be taiven
at Foard & Stokes' hail on March 4,
1897, in honor of our President, William
McKtnley, under the auspices of J. G.
Rials and F. Brown. Two gold medals
will be given for the best lady and
gentleman waltzer. A Jo hat for the
cake walk. Judges for the gold med
als: Hon. John Fox, Hon. J. C. Curtis
and Mr. John Ruth. Judg for the
cake walk will be H. J. Wherity, F. J.
Carney and Geo. Smith.
A cold-storage company on the Co
lumbia between this city and Portland
have announced their Intention of put
ting up a btg plant In this city a soon
as the Astoria & Columbia River Rail
road Is finished. They claim that As
toria will some day control the ship
ments of frozm fish from this part of
the coast, and do not propone to be
the last to start Into the business here.
They will not only handle Columbia
river salmon, ubt deep sea fish as well.
There will be another performance by
the Taylor sisters at Fisher's opera
house this evening. The management
will put on an entire change of program
and from the praise unreservedly ex
pressed by all who were fortunate
enough to be present last evening, it
is anticipated that there will be a
crowded house. All who contemplate
going, therefore, will do well to attend
to reserving their seats, at Griffin &
Reed's book store, as early as possible
f An old gtAitleman from away out on
the Upper Nehalem was In the city
yesterday laying in a supply of grocer
ies and provisions for the summer. It
was his first trip to Astoria in about
five months, and the first human being
he ran across and spoke ai word to in
all that time wias when lie arrived at
Oiney, on his : wiay to he city. No
sooner nad be landed in town than he
asked of the first acquaintance he met:
"Who .was elected president, Bryan or
The member of the Astor Assembly
No., 22, the United Artisans, gave
a ery. pleasant and enjoyable enter-
ttmn Ki.ulie la Hie eruftleal nerxe.fvKht 111
(Us to nuke I be weak luuoH-nl man ttnoia.
lifhird. w eeineet to Vet wh we
V2h!Z "ZXLvJm m mi?ViZZ.WiL' CfivTSiJVV "''J,'f'ataai
talnment at thvlr hall In! evening.
Mr. Cenm and Mr. Snoditra- ren
dered two In.itrunwmal pieces on the
piano and trombone. Airs. Mooer
caused a JauRh by telling of the pre
dicament of the deacon and hU wife.
and Bhetr rcue. Maoter Arthur Hoa-
worth recited .ml Mm. Hkon:h i.
The wrta alenu-nt la a pedl feature
of the i1er. and tt' kx-al aimemWy
hoiea to iiwke It prominent hereafter.
In the circuit court yesterday the
caw of the Mate va Ou Siuitrg and
Jab Nauha iH-uptl mivrly the en
tire aewlon. F. D. Wlnton ik1 A, M.
Smith aiH'eared for the dene. H-
Itrlet Attrne- fieotiHl and Allen pro.-
"!eiitel. Several luuvwee were exam.
! Ine.l Hnd the case wen over till
jo'clvK-k today. In the c-e of H. Sol
will commence , Jwnlulrf vs, thl. Afiwia lM.-klng the
the Sixnv bay ld,.munt,r na UverruUl ami five days
the foundation h0wh1 in whK to tile an answer
D. K- Warren, as-olttnee. va. M. J. Kln
! nw Ji'murrer overrule!. W ilaya al-
I lowed In which to anawer. Fred Itar-
Ifrom K. I- Mitchell.
AXXt'AL K LECTION NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given to the legal
voters of Silaml District No. I. of Clat
sop county. Oregon, that the annual
0.t election fnr aalit district will
p! Monday, being
the 8th day of March. A. D. IS7. This
Ueotlon to called for the purpose of
' electing one director for the term of
I flv vfHrg pMll to w open from 3 t0
p. ra. of said day. Voting places.
oK1 wlhon, -buiidin, AdaJr' Astoria;
;houie RtscUe Engine Company No.
!,. Mt)iiriA r.ngiiw Company
1 ... . H B FKROL'SON
I a-wwj owi.
I k.lrvi. ivK,.n n i97
A teachers' county institute will be
ABtorU the last week In Feb-
'lruajv Thurrfav. Fridav and Saturday.
,k , -k iwi trth inat ' r,t
! Irwin, Pres. Chapman, and Pre. Camp-
Ml wll, k nrt. An excellent pro-
has been arrAiure.L Day session
i ah k, Keld at MoClur. school house:
Evening sessions at the Methodist
; church. All are invited to attend.
H. S. LYMAN.
SHIP CROWN OF INDIA.
An Uils due on the Above
lnanuH. ,hiD mu, k, nnm-ni in d.
'r.11,.0. io..,.i r-.
on or before the 27th Inst.
J. E. CORKHILL. Master.
For sale cheap and on eay t-rms,
four choice building ltrts In McClure's
Astoria. For particulars call on Howell
A Ward, 51S Bond street.
' v.t,. 1. h,,.k h ..
derslgned. receiver in suit the of C. T.
Sea-'crosbv. administrator, vs. Sol. tK.iH.n-
fu-lmr l al u-UI ruvliu a (hu
jof the Astoria Irn Works, In the city
f Astoria, on Wednesday March 10.
Ds97. at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m.,
Valed bids for tlw purf-hase of the
nHrefw r n,i m.h.i.
jisg and store fixtures, shop nxtur and J
! tools contained in the store b.illdlng
1 uIk.oi u, v.. sin oh tn
. ... .
nirrcti, intm t;uy ,j! AoVMiut lonneriyi
owned by M. C. Crosby, deceased.
Se-paraite bids will be re?lved for the !
stock and tools and for the More flx
The right to rej-t any and all bids Is
All bids will be opened at 2 p. m..
March 10. next.
JOHN FOX. Receiver.
FORMER ASTOHIAN'B AFFLICTION
The many friends of Mr. land Mrs.
Chas. Butterfleld, formerly of Clatsop. !
Oregon, now residing near Santa Claus, j
Cal., will sympaithlze with them In the
loss of their only daughter, 1I'pe, who
passel frsn earth after week of suf
fering with heart trouble, on February
18, aged 17. The Oregorrian Ik lequi sted
Occident J. Dunlap. Portland; E. M.
Shipman, Chicago; H. Ging, Portland;
C. F. Heath, F. F. Boody, H. Alger,
W. P. Srrath, Mrs. N. J. Taylor, Tay
lor sisters, E. A. Seely, Portland; E. M.
Shlpman, Chicago; G. M. Irvln, Salem;
I. Lock wood, G. M. Clour, pan Francis
co; C. H. Chapman, Eugene; F. J. Calef,
Parker House. A. Z. Jackson, Ohio;
John Hogan, Maine.
Inatant relief fur akin-tnrturi( batile and
rot fur tired mothers In a warm ba'b with
C'vticcba Smp, and a single application of
t'LTicca (ointment), tbe great skin cure.
The only speedy and economical treatment
for Itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, and
pimply bunion of tbe skin, scalp, and blond.
liaold thrmiftvwttTi worA. Vnrru Dwio UbClikV
tCAh i'unkATit,H, Hoi Proprietor, Bna.
mr aw n cart ivttj uuj uum
BABY BLEMISHES HrA
A In tar
tbntrmw tad aiwurlto. Jtui t a txu t
, M a ewre l ihhi-It ureiito. h d
i lll be de
Guaranteed by Cha. Roger. DruggUr
THK tXMINO ItAHY.
When a bby eontoa to the hue real
hapjUneaa coimm. The nar and anx
iety count for itotbintT Agulmit theollng
ing uwioh of the Uttk hand and the
ound of the little Vote. Tho hlelHal
function given to hunu.n betna I
J bringing htsUthy, htqpy oltlMmi 1nti
j v orld. Over thirty year nito the
of women atHUeO to Dr. Pierce,
rv ctxht tvnaulting physician of the
InvaJIda' Hotei and Surirh-aJ Inatltute,
of Iturralo, New York. The, reault of
his atudy lmiroveJ by thirty year of
practice Is etnlKMlW In Dr. Jterce'. Fa
vorite PretwirtpUon., )t 8trengthaia, m
rtilca an. I nuUte henlUiy the organ
diatlnotly feminine. It glvi weak o
mti the atreitirch and health int.'ary
for the prvxluctlon of hoajhy cWldr-n
and It make the teanng of thoie chil
dren eaoy. ' It la aure to cure any weak-
rw or oeranirhMirt petnillar to io
men; to. pain, aootho nrtamnuutn,
atrevnhene, purttlve. Invigorate.
Florists and wine merchant, say tht
theyrivtnot cuinploln of 'buaini-as. Peo
ple will have luxuries though they let
th Mils at the baker's wait for pay.
A GOOD LETT Bit
From the clerk of the Circuit Court.
Femandiiw, Fl,. Fob. 3S. 1SS.
Mr. J. Creorge Suhrer. Dmgglat, Clty-
Dear Oeurge: Please send a txJttle
of Chamberlain' Cough Remedy. I
would not feW easy if I know there was
none of this valuable remedy in the
house. 1 have given It a fair test and
consider It on of tha r.ry bast rem
dkM fur croup that I have ever ulld.
One doae has always bean suffloioot. al
though I use it freely. Any oold my
children oontraot yiold very readily
to this medicine. I can consvienlioualy
recommend tt fur mmp and colds la
children. Your respectfully,
, GEO. E WOLFF.
Sold by Estea-Conn Drug Ob.
It is not generally known that the
manager In "the frrdSt of the houe"
is allowed as a perquisite a single
dower from evry bouquet aent ever the
Use Webfoot Corn Cure. No
cure no pay. For sale lit Es-tw-Conn
The fur thatt hast figured on the street
costumes this winter ran be made to
do service on negligees for summer
wear, a fashion haa decreed that auch
use of K Is permissible.
Any person or persons detected In
bonking the feneas or otherwise tres
xuwing Uon the proTty of the Klavet
Ijind and Investment Crmj)any will be
subot to arr-st ami fine.
This order will be rigidly enforced.
The Flavvl Ind & Development Co.
J. M. Tt'RNEY, Sec.
Flavel. Feln-uary 20, 1H97.
The woman of an economical turn
of mind never throws 'away a drm
skirt. It is made to do 'duty as a pet
ticoat when its days of usefulness us
an outside garment are an end.
Chloora, Pa,, "Herald:" Richard
Vensel report On. Minute Cough Cure
the greatest success In medical science.
He told us that it cured his whole
family of terrible cough And colds, af
ter all other so-called cure had failed
Mr. Vensel said It assisted
his children through a very bad siege
of measles. One Minute Cough Cur
makes expectoration very easy and
rapid, ('has. Rogers, Druggist.
Te building trade of Cincinnati and
vlnlntty lhave 9.000 members in forty-
Has No Equal
Made under United States
patent it must necessarily
be different from all others
-Contains no starcb, free
alkali or worthless filling:.
...In Honor of President McKinley...
Grand Inaugural Ball
March 4, 1897
FOARD & STOKES' HALL
Two Gold Medals Will Be Given
for the Best Lady and Gentleman
Waltzers and a 5 H&t to the Win
ner of the Interesting Cake Walk.
!J. G. Ross and Fred Brown
Mam oa application.
The lighthouses m the IVnmark
ciawts are UpMl with oil, which la
pmuHl on the waves In time of trou
ble1. Salton Sta Salt tor lititlm nt
the Ksti's-ronn i'rnjr Stort
10c Hiul 2."h' tT iiai'katre.
As soon iw dtMiioinliiients can be
tnrth gravftilly Hn-y lose half Ihelr
I'MTEl) STATKtJ CIVIL SERVICE
The I'nltwl Slat.-s Civil SitvIiV Coin
mlHsbw haa ordered that an examlnrt
tlon Ih- held by Ha local hoard In this
city im Satunluy. April 3. W!. com
mencing at o'dm-k a nw, for all
graditi In the customs service. Only
cttlicns of the I'nhrtl State can le
examined. The age limitation for this
examination are a follow: Minimum
twenty, tiMixImum mine. No Applica
tion will he accepted for thl exnmina
tlon unless filed with the Un.lr,-lncd.
on the roi'er blank, hefmv tbe )aur
of ckaring busltm mi Munh IS, 1S;7.
Application shouM'lje (lied promptly, In
order that I lino jnay remain for cor
rvtitlon. If nwiawary.
The cnmmtsstoa take this opportu
nity of stating that the examinations
are oi to all reputable cltlsens of tha
I'ntted Star who may desire to enter
the service, without regard to race or
to their pwitli-al or tvllgtoue alfilta
tlorui. All such citiaena are Invited 10
Apply. They shall be i-iamiited, graded,
ami ceOtllU-d with entire Impartiality,
and wholly without regard to any con
akleration save their efficiency, as
shown by the grade Ihey obtain In the
For application blanks, full Inst rue.
tlon. and Information relative to the
duties and salaries of the different po
sitions, apply to
J. F. HAMILTON.
Set-rotary Itoanl of Examiners. Customs
l"ortto(Tlco addrvwa, Ailorla. r-icon.
floss, Biggins and Co.
GROCERS & BUTCHERS
AMoriu and P.ust Astoria
Choice Fresh and Salt Meats
Columbia Iron Works
.... and Boiler lakers
Corner Fifteenth rtrrirt nd Krstiklln avenua
Kopp's Hew Brewery
THE CENTER OF DEVELOPMENT
ON THE WEST SIDE
Everybody knows that Warrenton values will soon be
doubled. It Is distinctly the best property
on the market.
Fine large level lots, surrounded by many Improvements.
? at very low prices. '
Is It not a fine investment?
WANTEiv-SHuation by gxl Jaian.
ea cook; excellent reference. Address
!! K. A., dm tNiimrcliil aln-et. city.
SKASlpid LUMBER YARD,
OFFICIC J6& COMMKHCIAI. HT
Fresh from the mill for l7 fishing.
Every ball guaranteed. Please report
any 1mterfectkn. BEWARE OF IMI
TATIONS. Every ball muat ba marked
"MARSHALL CO.. SIIREWHHl'IIY
MILLS." Manufactured from selevted
flax apeclally for COM 'Mil! A RIVER
FISHING. See that .vary ball bear
the MARSHALL lalx.
. 7, . . 10, U. IS. 11. 14-ply 40 .
U, U. 14. IS. ll-ply SO'.
7. X. I. 10-ply SO'.
X COee Agnt
4JH llotxl Ht.. Antorln
VVINGJLEE, 543 ComraercUl St
W. U. WOHU
Real Estate and Insurance
no i.rv:Tii nt.
Iirrica Willi K. A. Tnyl.ir.
ASTORIA PUBLIC LIBRARY
RBADINO ROOM FHEB TO ALL.
Open avary day from I a'clock t 1:1
and 4.10 to I.W p. aa.
Subscription rata It par annum.
B.W. COR. ELBVENTH DTJANB ITA
A complete stock of lumber on hand
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, celling and all kind of finish; mold
ings and shingles. Term reasonable
and price At bedrock. All -order
promptly attended to.' Office and yard
at mill. H F L. LOGAN,
Seaside, Oregon. Proprietor.
ORDER OF PU11LICATION.
the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Clatsop
M. Nowlen, Plaintiff, vs. Oliver Stew
art, M. C. George, George, hi
wife, J. P, Eckler, Eckler, his
wife, D. M. Stuart. Kat B. Stuart
hi wife, I, M. Klmbrr and Sarah
Klmber. bis wife, H. W. Week,
Geo. PeLno, Edith DeLano, hi
wife, W. E. Stewart, and Lily
Stewart, hla wife, Mary Elmore, E,
L. Dwyer, and the Astoria Saving
To W. E. Stewart. Lily Stewart, E,
L. Dwyer, Geo. DeLano, and Edith Dt
Lano, of the above defendants. In the
name of the State of Oregon: You and
each of you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
against you In the above entitled suit
by the first day of the next term of
the above entitled court, to-wlt; th
Zlst day of September, 1894; and If
you fall so to answer for want thereof,
the plaintiff will take decree against
you for the sate of certain lands in
Clatsop county, Oregon, for tn fore
closure of a mortgage executed by de
fendant Oliver Stewart; ld land ar
particularly described In th com'
plaint on file tn thl suit Said land
Are situate In section 20, tt, and th
Donation Land Claim of Addison Jew
ett, T. N., R. W., and for uch oth,
er relief a prayed for, and shall b
deemed by the court proper.
, Service of thl summons (s mad
upon you by publication In th Weekly
Astorlan pursuant to order of th
judge of thl court made th 21st day
j of July, ISM. 1 J. Q, A. BOWLBT, -
, Attorney ror. i'laintirr.
for Infants tad Children.
e ep. " m ' " " ;
saT t . J. ii i a
Special Attantlon Paid to Hteamboat Ita-
LOCCING Cm DORK A SPECIALTY
1ST OI.NRV T., bet. S.I an. I 41a.
.SNAP A KODAK
! al any man aumltii out al
I nut tiara and you'll A
. iianrall t a man brlinmlnit
itvar with pieaaaiit tlitiutlita.
MucH quality lu tha liquor
a tut la otter AM emiuti U
I I'lratt an nta.
ICOMIT ANI THY Tl I KM
HUOMES & CO.
A. V. ALLICN,
Orocerle, Flour, FeeJ, Provlsloim Fruit.
V(etable, Crock try, GUwand
Oar. Taala and CoaaroarcUl trtai
Astoria and Columbia
Train leav Seaside for Astoria At
7:S0 a. m. and I p. K. daily.
Trains leave Astoria for Flaval At
a. m. And 4 p. m. dally.
I Train eav Astoria fur Heaald Al
i 10:30 a. m. and 4 p. m. daily.
I Trains leav Flavel for Astoria at 1:44)
a. m. and I U p. m. dally.
WHITE COLLAR LIKE
IDE STEAMER" TELEPHOHE
Astoria and Portland
Telephone leave Astoria dally ac
cept Sunday at 7 p. m. Leave Port
land dally except Hunday at 7 a m.
j T. J. Potter leave Astoria at 7 a in.
daily except Sunday. Lve Portland
dally at t p, m , Sunday excepted. Sat
urday at 11 p. m.
Ticket good on both boats
U. II. SCOTT, President
K. A. Heeley, gtint. Portland.
C. W. Stone, Agent. Astoria.
Telephone No. II.
J. B. WYATT,
PAINTH and OILH.
pec la J Atuatle Pall ta Baaplylag Skip,
fine Muale. tlamaa of All Klnila. Two
Good Order and Everybody's Rights
Iron & Steel,
Groceries & Provisions,
Flour A Mill Feed,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Loggers. Supplies,' '
Doors & Windows,
Wagons A Vehicles.
eWSTOHlA ! IRON i WOHKH
Front St., foot of 4th, Aatorla.
General Machinists and Boiler Makesr
Un4 b4 Marina Enfln.i, Bolltr work, SUaa
boat and Caneary Work a Specialty.
Cartsr f AN Deatrlptlem MiU 4 Ortftr oa
John Fox.,. .President and Superintendent
A. L. Fox , Vine PntaMn.
O. B. Praal Benr,.
First National Bank, Treasurer
WHEN IU PORTtNpZriul on Jno
. Hasdlay A Co 124 Third straeL an
get th Pally Astoria. Visitors naad
not mla tnatr morning papar while ther.