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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1897)
THE DAILY ATS01UAN WKDXKSHAY MORNINd, AlMllIi 14, I1W7.
Their Friends, Patrons, and the
' Public Generally, to call on them
and Inspect their
- NEW STORE -
Astoria Electric Supply Co.
Will Conduct Business at
430 Commercial Street
Opening on or About April 1
WITH A VTLL LINE OF
Ladies Walking Cfinac
Durable School OUUCo
Robber Boots, Etc
& Infin Matin A Co.
ArB vuu aaseaaas w vw
479 Commercial St
Maximum kctnperafture, 65-. deg.
Minimum temperature, 4S.C dec.
Total precipitation from September 1,
1. ISM. to date. 80.93.
Excess of precipitation from Septem
ber L 18. t date, 19.S6.
Fair weather; -warmer, followed by
bowers and cooler Wednesday night;
fresh northerly winds.
TO BEADER8. Tj. "Dally Astoria-"
contain, twice a much reading matter a
amy ether paper published la A, tori. It
Is the- only paper that presents IU reader
with a dally telegraphic report.
TO ADVERTISERS. -The "Daily As
toria" ha more thaa twice aa many read
ers aa any other paper pubilahed in Asto
ria. It la therefore more thaa twice a
valuable aa an advertising medium.
tate of Oregon, (
County of Clatsop, j
We. tlie undersigned, local manager
respeetircly of the Western Cnlon and
Postal Telegraph companies, hereby eer
Ofy that the "Dally Astorlan" I the only
paper pubilahed in Astoria which now re
solves, or at any time during our control
of said offices ha received, a telegraphic
press report. B. D. JOHNSON,
Manager W. C. T. Co.
( Manager Postal Tel. Co.
Glad, cheery souls escape many dis
eases. Be cheery. It Is a physical as
well as divine duty.
The wind was black with the rain.
He lashed the lake and the plain;
He plucked up an oak by the hair;
Nor ep Ire nor ship did he spare.
But -when he came to the face
Of a flower. In a desoiate place,
He kissed it down to the sod,
and went by, as softly as God.
"Gypsine" see Swope.
only durable wall
Sunshades and straw
hatfi are now
Where? Next door to Dunbar's. See
Ekstrom has the only complete stock
of Jewelry tn the city.
The Ryan case was dismissed yes
terday by Judge Nelson.
Just arrived Laird SchoberA Co's Spring
Styles. Columbia Shoe Co.
Time? Thursday. Place?
Dunbar's. What? Egg sale.
Have you any Jeweiry that needs re
pairing i Take it to Ekstrom's.
Muss Pearl Holden ha? returned
from her vtelt to Fort Canby.
How good tea tastes once
a year when it first comes
over from China and Japan!
That's the way Schilling's
Best tastes all the year
round. It is fresh-roasted
in San Francisco as fast as
your grocer wants it
At grocers' in packages.
A Bduaiof a Lwpur
6mm t rancisoe
Tito Live Opoccpb.
& 512 Commercial Street,
Buy yv-ur mwi cream at the IVn
bonnlere; It will not f;Ul to whip.
Robert Wakefield, trie railroad con
tractor, was hi town yesterday.
Home-made candy. Ice cream and
dchVute reftvshnients will ho sold.
J. O. Murray and J. J. Brum bach
were over from Ilvvaco yesterday.
buyer, was In
the Cathlamet salmon
the city on a slurt
P. J. Meauvy, the leading merchant
tailor, 1ST Tenth St. The highest price
J paid for fur akina
Egg- sale. Do not forget. The doors
will be open from 3: JO to 5 p. m. for
the school children.
John Stark to the new pot iceman
to fill the vacancy caused by Officer
Thompson's resignation. (
BAMBOO furniture sold at special
prices this wvek, at the Rising Sun
Store, 618 Commercial street.
Thursday, the 15th. Id the evening
at 7:30. A program of son?, drills.
Instrumental music and recitations.
The first lot of flax seed for Foard
A Stokes has arrived at Victoria and
will suon bo hen? for distribution.
A. R. Cyrus has moved his real es
tate and Insurance office to No. 469
Bond street, by the Occident hotel.
Up-to-date. B and II. "Special" and
"Stormer" bicycles. Fully warranted.
45 and $55. Fisher Brothers, agents.
It is reported that the fish In Ba
kers bay are mt very plentiful, on
account of the cold and muddy watt-r.
Laird Schober A Co's Lailies, Mlaae, and
Childrens fine shoes, spring Style,.
Columbia Shoe Co.
A stock company ha- Nn f'rm"d
In Ilwaco. with a capital of V,.' for
the purpose of running a weekly pa
per. Sir. S. A. Clark the well-known hor
ticulturist and fruit-grower of Salem,
called on his Astoria friends yester
day. Fishermen's supplies coffee pots,
stoves, lunch buckets, net floats, water
breakers, hatchets cheap at W. J.
Mayor Taylor yesterday signed the
city bond ordinance, which now makes
possible the placing of the city on a
Now is the time for a general clear
ing up of the city gambling, bawdy
houses and all other vice prohibited
You can get twelve colors and de
si g-ne for dying Easter eggs for 5
cents at Rogers' drug store, Odd Fel
Nearly all of the canneries ree'-lved
Osh yesterday, and packing was quite
gHwraJ, though none of the catches
reported were heavy.
H. J. Barling, formerly with the
Alaska Improvement Co., Alaska, will
be here, eo It is said, to take charge
of the new cannery.
L. L. Loomls, Ben Wise, J. J. Brum
bach. Dr. Parks and A. N. Uohn, of
Ilwao, pa?J through the city yester
day on their way to Portland.
Easter decoratins are being pre
pared throughout the city and nature
seems to be puDtlng on h?r bst dress
fr the great feast of the year.
In the circuit court yesterday t-x.
Peterwn, a native of Russia, was ad
mitted to United StaiU-s citizenship.
Court will adjourn this afternorn.
Tresoott, the Portland fish man, has
engaged, the launch May to buy fish
for him. It Is understood that he ,-ill
also have a station at Fort Stwens.
Judge C. H. Page left on the Pottr-r
last evening to attend the funeral In
Portland of his .brother, W. W. Pag-
the well-known lawyer, who died on
iJave Keith, John Day's, Wm. An
derson, Kric Mannalla, !eep lllver; N.
Ntts, F. Olsen, Mrs. John Leahy,
m. Wyman, Olney, were In th- city
M'srs. Normlle and Fasutl.-nd w-re
the successful bidders for the rock
excavation In the Neirtuoa. river for
the government. The amount of their
bid was $3,750.
The Cresoant Riding Academy la
Panic's Celery Cout fount
It nukes ihc weak strong.
We have n.
ESTES-CONN DRUG CO.
again open. Special arrangements
made for private kwons. Wheels
rented for "5 vonia 'cr hour, Acad
emy, 504 Bond stevt.
Ooorlg A Maney have received the
contract for tlw governnv.nt brldgv
at Scarborough. H.od. The bridge Is
a How trust and the iron Is twing
made at the Columbia Iron Works.
I'n jeune homme desire totter chi t
unefamllk frtunuUse pour perfect fon
ner win francaa. Veuilles ravvwr bll-
lt avec adrocoe t oondltKn) au bu.
reau de ce Journal, imu-uue etranger.
Mr. Lyman Baloock. who was 'so
seriously injured ait the Clatsop mills
a short time since, left yesterday f-r
his home in Aberdeen. Wash. Ills re
covery ts thought to be Improbable,
Captain Frltoh, who was in the city
Monday, and Hened an agency forth
new opposition San Francisco steamer
line, returned to the Bay City on the
State of California yesterday morning.
Contractor Norrnil will soon hAV
tlxe Skvond str seWcr cumlted.
This will bring much new property
Into the market, as streets will be
opened and a number of new housvs
All those holding previous Invita
tions are invited to tha Alert Hook
& Ladder Company's whlat party this
evening at the parlors of the comiany.
Thrte events are becoming sot'lal fta
turvB. Mr. Sloop, .the well-knowti milkman.
Is still Increasing and Improving his
tine dairy. He has Just purchas"d a
h-rl of ftVKh milch t-ows from Marsh
land, whin-h w.iv brought down yes
terday. The Lacrosse fad seems to hae
struck Astoria. With all the athletic
games running in full force, there
will lie ample opportunity f"r bnki-n
t-aK bruised slUns and disl.at-d
SlvrifT Hare and IVputy Clinton left
.fir Sai-m yesterday nvirning wtih
Peter Tust'.n, Harry Haste, Jos pli
Terry and O. Iltano In charge, each
of whom will serve a one-year term
In the pen.
The work of cleaning the streets,
starte.1 by a few enterprising business
men at their own expense Monday
morning, has borne good fruit. les-
trday several nmre bhx-ks hail the.r
American Bible Society Repository.
Bibles and Testaments of all descrip
tions, and In all languages desired.
Sold at cost price. Suitable for dis
tribution, presents, etc. Repository at
Griffin & Reed's, Astoria.
A still alarm was turned In last
evening by Chief Green, from an Vp-
pertown box. to test the efficacy of
the alarm syvtm and tlx? efficiency
of the department. A prompt response
was made by the different companies
Rambler bicycles are fitted with G
and J. clincher tires, the quickest to
mend. Do not pay $50 or $75 for sec
ond grade wheels when you can get
a'7 Rambler for $S0 or "J6 tar $CT.
W. E. Warren, agent, 547 Commercial
There was a wonderfully brilliant
display In the eastern sky Monday
night. A large meteor, of bright bl ulsh
color, shot downwards In a northerly
direction, leaving a trail of tire acri
the heavens. The spectaie lasted
only a second.
The office of the Southern Padflo
Railway Company will heraft.-r be
found at th Wells-Fargo Express
office, Curtis Trenchard, agent, where
ticket to all parts of the world can
be hod and all information for trav
Just rerjelved for Easter, a splendid
assortment of silk waists, every or.e
a beauty; also a magnificent a-;.'ort
mont of dres iklrts In silk and to'
n material, at 33'4 per cent leiw than
you can buy these gwwls elsewh'-re.
I. Cohen, 4'Jl B"iid f.'-eet.
Kurtl?r evidence of the miserable
condition of the stre-.U of the city was
1,'iven yterday when one wheel of a
truik belonirinif to Slu.-rrnan irruWe
through the roadway on Bond, le-
tween Seventh and Eighth stre-ts.
Tlie axle was broken off at the wheel
The self-starting Hercules marine
gasoline engines ordered by O. P. Gra
ham, of WarreMLon, for the botts he
is building for John Skibbe and John
Iv'opp will be up on the next steamer,
an1 as they are something di IT crept
from anything seen he-re y4, will
probably be watched very closely to
sw wnat intptwmiteM! tntvy ai ov.r
what pVople famllltu- with ou I ho
Mr. Wm. llardor. kvii-mI aucnt of
tlh Great N'orthorti Unllwny, was
down from IVrtluiMl, hnklug aft t ih
IntoirsiW of h in,.. n; ativt budsrt
of Hlxvries wis a a-id oti., and hi
aim) nHid that busineu in tin1 motrop
oils was tvry much Improved, tu fa i
he Mys that tlmeo mv Intler tlut
for two yiux ihimI. tiooil (lute are
coming slowly, but nrv (Mmlng' t
fiay, kyiim to ln the cplnloit of ihr
moivhants. INplc n beginning t
pay up ld debts and are commencing
to live better,
Monday vnlng Jamos O'Coiuwil
Otis Hlldcbrund sjut Kml Johnson,
thivs of tlt liNidlttg lights of IAkiiM
Stok-'-V store. t-,vl to HNirn to
rMo tho blcyclo. A I nek MfMt was
tihv-; r tho tr'.al ground, and t! e
antics of thise b.'si-s ntnde gtMt fun
for tho nol(!iliiH. lllldtlinnd's xtcd
which pi:-sl.Htl In bucking .'id lh!rt-
Its ckler to Its' K'o'io.l. Ilimllv mu le
a st.trt fir the mam r-;rvl and a I mo t
iHUbM with a lMiMMing cur, which
wry tuMrly pkrsuiidil th- man of t'g
mw that bike ri.l.5i',- Is not lt It
Is cracked tip to !e. t'iMni'II' two-
ho-hsl motor g it U.tn Into no end of
trouNe by its efforts to run !.u a I
tho iwwml'y, while J. lin-on's unlmnl
Wii:itel tii go kickwunlM ail tiie t.ine,
giving that grntloiD.in a great denl of
trouble In maintaining his rivt for
ntoie than ft minute at it time Aftv
half a.-t hour's eiv se nil I numerous
fsvlls all around further b '"s wt.e
poslpomM. Uut night all of the num
bers had to stand up to eat their wup
ncr. DENY THE ALLEGATION.
Astorln, Or.. April 13. Editor A-
Mrian.) An ' article in the ltulgot
states thut Quong Slug Co. and the
Chiiioso I'titon, rtittly f.muetl. hail
feoueil orders that no jnore white li
Uir. that Is. boys iUl-1 glrW, should be
employed tn th latuirrW-n, and that
If they were employed, no ChlnamoJi
would work In the cannerlo. The Chi
me ttvuruobira employ a fon'ituin to
smerioteihl the putting up of siUinon.
and have ithtng to do with the em.
ploymt-nt of white labor. No such or
der as thw Budget claims to have ben
i-SMUed huH ever U-t'-n Issutd. and If any
of lite c-atmorltvi stv (it to employ white
lahcr In the citu.-ri, n-i Clilnamun
Mil quit work. fr the ream that all
inturiu-ts haw alivavly Utvi niiule and
It would tie llll(Mille for the Chlnexn
Cnhn to Issue any such onlers with
out violating ery contnu-t mad-.
Th Chlnose I'nlon was irirntl.i f .r
the purpose of usHjxtlng n.i-ly and
Ior thltuuntn, who were nick or un
aUte to work; to hhv il-Hiti-rs, or send
them Uu k to Cliina, but no: for the
purpi of Interfering with white In.
lor. The article Is nlwolutely fiii.-v
:ul unfoundtil. Tli- omtrai tors do
not care if white la'n.r Is eniploy.'d - r
CHINESE MERCHANT Cl.l lt.
I". S. PltOPOSALS Fult PRDYISb.iNH
OFFICE OF LIGHTHorSK 1.
spKnit. i.:th distiuct. polt-
LAND, OUE(,o, APRIL. 10, 1
Proposals will ! r-i'-lv.-l at thin
llif! until 12 o'coH-k m., on Saturday
tike tw.-nty-fourlh day of April, ivy
for furnishing and delivering .no Is
ions for vess. and light stations in
tnu (lixtrici Uiirlng th.- fiscal year to
end June 30. ls-js. Forms of .np-uil
and printed iimcruitlons giving full
particulars as to tlie artli-b-s r'-'iilr-I
anil the tenns of delivery and pay
mont. i-an 1m- olitalm-d at this ottlc.
The right is r--rved to reject the
whole or isirt of any or all bids, an
to waive any di-feots.
JNO. P. MERBELL.
Command'T, I.'. S. Navy.
Inspector llth Lighthouse
.Si-rv'ioes During Holy Week at Clrai-e
Tuewlay morrJng prayer at 9, boy
choir at 4. adult choir at 7.
Wfilnewday niomjng Prayer at S
evening prayer and hnlr rehearsal at
.Minlay Thutnsday Holy Commu
nlon at 9, evening prayor at 4, boy
cruir at 7.
0ssl Friday Morning prayer and
sermon, at 9, partition service (hour to
be annoumv.-d later), evening prayer
and HPrmon at 7:30.
Easter Even (Saturday) .birnlng
prayer at 9, Holy laptlsm at 4. p. m.
Kat.fT lay Early Comjnurnon at
6:30 a. m., midday service at 11 a m.
carol i;rvlce at 6:30 p. m.
Easter i.'ommunbm at Holy Iiinf-
cents at 9 a m.
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTOUS.
If you want good lumber and lowest
prices figure with the Gobel Mills.
W. B. EDWARDS, agent
355 Commercial street, Astoria.
Bkio on Ore with torturing, dlafigurlrig,
Itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, anil pimply
humors, instantly relieved by a warm batb
with Cutiotka Boaf, a single application of
CfTici EA (ointment), the great akin cure,
and a full dose of ( lticcba Uctolvekt.
(Mdtliraafkeattlw world. Porrss D SC Coip .Sol,
Props SoMoB. " Dow to Ob ft Torturing llsmor,,'' tfss.
ONOV'Q CflU lelii,ndBslrpvrll Bssv
DHOl 0 dMflJ liM bj Cotuwu "r.
ADVEUTISKD LETT EH 4.
Tim following unclaimed letlnrs were
advertised at the Aaloiln poatufTIc on
April IS. lsstT;
lhakey. Mrs. Ibw
UtUuid. A, M.
Clan II M- t3)
Kllett. It. t CI
Ferguivui., K, S.
Itithents, Mrs. M.
HIhvw. Ml Mills.
Hviivl. loo. O,
8wtuik, John W.
W a rank a. Mrs, lv
Aslrtai, ti, MiMibloni, Knrl,
dine. Jarulll, Kiiprlel.
Bllloy, Move. Jones, 1. A.
Person calling for any of tln above
letters will please say "advertised."
Additional postage of one cent for each
letter advertised Is charged
HERMAN WISE, P. M.
Has No Equal
Made under United States
patent, it must necessarily
be different from all others j
Contains no starch, free ;
alkali Or WOrthleSS filling
GRAMMS & CO.
' Groceries, Feed,
, I Provisions, Crockery
i and Glassware,
SOLD CHRAP FOR CAHI1
Cor. 15th 4 Commercial
We Have Bargains
In Property on Both
Sides of the By.
FOR RENT-1 room h"ti--; 33d and
Franklin s:s, II'J per uwnth.
Foil RENT-Ttto small r onw rir-,
iter opslte i-ourt laue, suitable for i
otllcisj, ta-ws or cigar stand.
A six rm cottage, new, un lot f'x
Imi, Warn-liton, i''. Eauy ter.na, or
Corner lot. 3.1.1 and Franklin. V..vl50,
4 hoiut, a, all renti-d. A Uiraln ain
U.t ID. bl.k 19. Alderhnaik. :te.i.t
Ten r'X'tn lions., on North lleach, all
funiUihiil. tNs-t II.jOH. owni". who
llws in the East, will sell for H.
.N'e.ir Mt. l.i we have l.n n-r.-
of g.l tlinl.-r huid. Will trade for
ucr-ngi- on lunch south of Columbia
I'ts 7 and 1 Klndn'd Park; ilie.ip
Iit i'l. t'!'k New Astoria. With
house, barn, cow, clili-l.etif, etc. I'll up
A BAIK ! A 1 N CJ'-i aiT-s tn ar Flavel.
$1") r lu-nv ii-' terms.
Thl-e lots 111 blmk SlllVeey';
"iu-h ooxtoo. Ilnrgiiln at $ J. ('. Very
7.'x73 iTinu-r bhsk Ij, Adair'', J1.S00.
Stnsit car and paved stn'ts.
Se-n room house at Sulde; nud
orn hnprivemiits; nicety kx-ated and
cheap; terms ensy.
House, lot and tani In Holllday
Piu-k on Necnuuilcum, $1'W. ash, A
1G0 acn-s on Elk rn-ck lieacfti, 1500
fit frontag. lli-autlful tract, ult
atit? for laylrvg out In lots. Cheap
and terms to suit.
Lot 9. block 9. Oiiui finrw, S
side. House, blacksmith shop; well on
property; Jutrt like giving It away at
A FINE FARM of 130 acn-s on Up
per Nehaletn. About one-half of plo-a
tlmlM-r litnd, balance paMuro atnd
tllleil land; $1,5K) on eaty teriris; Is a
Store building, barn, lnrgv on-hard,
pasture land, tilled soil, cumpruM-s a
beautiful place near Olrv-y. We are
pn-panrd to offer It at a bargain.
Choice location Its In Warrenton,
New Astoria, Flavel, and other West
Seaside proix-rty Orlnvei's Orove,
Holllday Park, Igan's addition.
Ixts In 'Aldorbrook. The most de
slraltje residence portion of , Astoria.
Cheap and easy terms.
If you wbth Ho t"ll your pn.perty
list It with
The Astoria Land & Inv. Co.
355 Commercial St., Astoria. Or .
Printed matter descriptive of Astoria
mailed on application.
Man on application.
NOTll'F. TO CONTUAOToltH.
Sealed i-o""J will b rotvlvnl al
(lui oltlca of (ho umlomlgnvd until Ftb
day. the Kith day of April, isu?. nl 4
o'cliH'k p, m., for i h cotmlruetion of
a fiWJiie dwelling for Mr. tloorgo ',
flavel. I'linis. atMvlIliatlons and full
In format Ion onn bo litalnil at this
oltloe. Tho right Is rvTVed to teject
any and all bids and to waive any
Weds. J, K. FKIUII'SDN,
17'J Kli'Vcutll st:wt
FOtNIA Htlr of alo l-fnini.'.l
nniotnc,s, owner (an 'hnvo atun by
applying at this oitlco any paying f .r
WA.NTEO A girl botwr-en ths u of
14 and 14. to work In a small family
Apply at IttS liond stii-l.
FIFTY IHII.I.AHS A WEEK E AH
Hyiimdo, Agonts wanti-d In every .n l
Ity for Hon. W. J. Bryan's great and
only book, "Tho Fli-st llnltlo," The
lic-st aoll.T over pnxllliel. Agents llle
taking as many as JtHi urdom per week
J llewaro of fraudulent liultatloua. S. n,l
i for ouilU and li-gln work at ome
; ' conk.-y t,m,,ny. i-ui.iisiwrs. sh
f"iirtrn strvel, Chicago.
KiIt HALE t IIXAI - Ei h n.t, oo.
' now. Imnure at t ie Webfoot Com. j
missUxi I Iouk
To story ii m.-ie on ExehaJige t-t,
ilh n!l in.b-!ti Imptviv. tnenla A p.
!y !- W. It ADA II!. i:i Commercial
i FOR KENT Elegant rooms, with or
.without board; 6(7 Franklin avsnua
i Fun RENT -A nli-ly funlshe.
."imi.( run. Api-ly al tho Astorlan
I'HOriCnMIONAL OA HUH
It. B. LYMAN,
tmce. Hotel Tlehe. Corner 15th and
Franklin. Hours, flnil Wednesday of
every month. a. m. to $ p. m. Ever
Saturday. 9 a. m to t p. m.
II. A. HMITII, jj-v.
Rooms 1 and 3. Pythian Building,
ivei C. H. Cooper's store.
UK. O. H. EhTKb.
I'll YfllCI AN AND flfRCiKON. I
MlMH-lal attvnllon to dlaease of women j
md aurgery. ,
nfJlc-e over Pani'gcr , alore. Astoria.
rcjhphono No. U
I 'II. JAY Tl'TTLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SCROEON
"fllce. room t and 6, I'ythtnn but dg
-'HV, Commrrrlal Ht, Reelilvnce sa;ne.
Acting assistant surgeon I. H. Ma
r.nv iopltal servfeo.
il. T. CItOHIlY,
441 Commercial alrsat.
J. Q. A. IIOWLIIT,
ATTORNEY AND COl'NBKLOH
Office on Bond street, Astoria, Or.
JOHN T. LIOHTKK.
Offlre, upafalrs, Astorlan Building.
J. N. Dolph. Richard Nliea.
Chester V. Dolph.
DOLPH. NLXON A DOLPH,
ATTOHNEYH AT LAW.
Portland. Oregon, 14. S. M and IJ,
Hamilton Building. All legal and col
lection busln promptly attended to.
Claims against th government a spa
laltv. BOCIKTY MEETINOH.
TEMPLE VOIH1K NO. 7. A. F. and
A. M. Regular communications held on
th first and third Tuesday evening or
O. W. LOUNBIlEItnT, W. U.
E. C. HOLD EN, Becrolary.
Fine Music Oemea of All Klnila. Tarn
Good Order and Everybody's Rights
ASTORIA PUBLIC LIBRARY
READING ROOM FREB TO ALL.
Open every day from I 'oloek t I N
and 6:10 to 1:10 p. m.
Subscription rates $1 per annum.
B.W. COR. ELEVENTH DUANBJ BTB
THE CENTER OF DEVELOPMENT
ON THE WEST SIDE
Everybody knows that Warrenton values wii) 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?
BI1EM NER A II 0 LMES
HptMMal Attontlon Paid o Htoambimt K.
Klrat class ilorsoidioollitf, KUi,
LOGGING CAMP (DORK A SPECIALTY
IM7 tll.NKV ST., del. till sail 4th.
.SNAP A KODAK.
at any man eainltiit "Ml
nut sieis ami i'll H"
iHirtrall ol a "i' Itntnltta.
over Willi ileanlit iliuuiilila.
Miieti ipiailiy In lli llijuor.
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COMrT AND TY TI I KM
A. V. A I,I1CN,
iH All WIN
rjtollrv, r" lour, I'rrJ, ProvNItitii, I'nilll
Wfgrbihlfs. t'.fukrty, (iliit.1iiJ
f'mted Wate. I Kf.et' Suppllr.
Cor. Tenth and Cummerclal streeta
J. II. WYATT,
Ptinn, Nu. as AalMle. Or,sa.
I IiinKvMi c,
I V( vIhI uih,
I'AJNTM nrt1 OII.H.
eeclal Aitsnlloa Pais Is Surrllei Skl-
firt0fi!t'M it riovirliollir.
Flour & Mill Fc.1.
1'HintH, Oiln, 'HrniHht'Hs
Wautnis tt Vt'hifK.
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iKopp's New Brewery
WING LEE, 543 Commercial St.
V. I.. HOHH
Real Estate and Insuropce.
110 KI.KVC1TII NT.
ofrice Willi K. A. Tnj liir,
A complete stock of lumber on hand
In the rough or droaaed. Flooring, rus
tic, celling and all kinds of finish; mold
ings and shingle. Terms reasonable
and prices at bednx-k. All orders
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mill. II F L LOOAN,
Seaside, Oregon. Pmprletor.
AHTOHIA IRON WOHKH.
Front St., foot of 4th, Astoria,
General Machinists and Boiler Makejr
Lsa4 aad Matins Engln,,. BolUr work, Suaa
soal and C,nnry Woik a Specialty.
CaatlBfi of All Dtrtptlon, Mad to Oidsr o
John Fox... .President and RuperlnUndwit
- " Vlo President
O. B. Prael Sirtar
Astoria Savings Bank Treasurer
SEASIDE LUMBER YABD,
OFFICE 3T.5 COMMERCIAL BT.