The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, April 16, 1897, Image 4

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    TILE DAILY ATS01UAN FRIDAY MOKNINU, APKlli 1H, !!?
HOWELL I
INVITE
Their Friends, Patrons, and the
' Public Generally, to call on them
and Inspect their
- NEW
Astoria Electric Supply Co.
Will Conduct Business at
430 Commercial Street
Opening on of About April 1
with x rrLL UTtJt or
Electric Supplies
- Fixtures
Fancy
Slippers
Ladies Walking Cfmae
Duratle School OllUCd
Seasonable Goods
Rotters
Robber Boots, Etc.
John Hahn & Co.
An
479 Commercial St.
TE8TERDATS WEATHER.
Maximum temperature, 78 deg.
Minimum tmvperature, S3 deg.
Total precipitation from September 1,
1. ISM, to date, 803 trhes.
Excess of precipitation from Septem
ber 1, 189, to date, 19.42 inches.
TODArs WEATHER.
For Western Oregoo and Western
Washington Probable showers, cooler.
TO feEAttlt8-The '-Dally Astorlan"
oatalns twin aa much reading matter at
any ether paper published la Astoria. It
Is the only paper that presents Its readsrs
with a dally telegraphic report.
TO APTKRTISKRS The "Daily As
toriaa" has more than twice as many read
era as any other paper published In Asto
ria It Is therefore more than twice as
valuable as an advertising mediant,
State of Oregon, I
vooaty or nauop. 1
We, the undersigned, local managers
respectively of the Western Colon and
reslal Telegraph companies, hereby car
tiry that the "Dally Astorlan" is the only
paper published in Astoria which now re
ceives, or at any time daring oar control
f said offices baa received, a telegraphic
press report. B. D. JOHNSON,
Manager W. U. T. Co.
J. B. CLARK,
Manager Postal Tel. Co.
AROUND TOWN.
FRIDAY.
Always be in baste, but never In a
hurry.
"And they crucified Him , . . and
get up over his head - bis accusation
written: 'THIS IS JESUS, THE KING
OF THE JEW&' "
Good Friday.
"Gypslne" see Swope.
"Gypslne" the only durable wall
finish.
Judge T. A. McBride left up the river
lam night.
Dr. KJaerbye returned from Califor
nia yesterday.
Ralph Hall has lvturned from South
em Callflurnia,
Born, to the wife of P. O. Wage, lie.
halem valley, a son.
Ekstrozn has the only complete stock
of Jewelry In the city.
JnstarrUed Laird Scht.lter Co's Spring
Styles. Colombia 8 hue Co.
Pure ice cream and ice cream soda
today at C. B. Smith's.
Many sick people are getting better
during this fine weather.
Choice picnic hams at 9: a pound at
the Pacific Grocery Company.s.
Have you any Jewelry that needs re
pairing? Take it to Ekstrom's.
The use of tea in the
United States has fallen off
one-half in twenty years,
because Americans get the
worst tea in the world.
People who can get Schil
ling 's Best 'to drink use more
tea than they used to.
Your grocer has it or can
get it
A Schilling & Company
Ssa Francisco
sat
WARD
Tho Live Orocerni
STORE -
510 & 512 Commercial Street.
The new runway to How-ell Ward's
store wtrs completed yesterday.
Go tv the Pacific Onvery company
when you want fresh vegetables.
Mr. W. J. Barry made a flying vtelt
to his Astoria friends yesterday,
Puy your ,itwt cream at the IVn
bonniere; It will not fail to whip.
The Astoria Prater, the new lodge
journal, will make Its debut next week.
Spring cleaning, bonfires and general
brushing up Is In progress all over the
city.
Observer Johnson promises to make
a record a.o4 furnish good weather for
Easter.
Fresh fruK tuid vegetables) received
every tiKiming at the Pacific Grocery
Company.
Farmers are anxiously awaiting the
arrival of the first k of flaxseed f, r
test purpcex.
The weather la wry much Ilk aum.
mer and the farmers are hastening
their spring work.
P. J. Meaoy, the leading merchant
tailor. 137 Taoth St. The Mghest prtoe
paid for fur aldna.
In the county clerk'a office yesterday
a marriage license was issued to Gock
Land and Toy Toy.
Laird SchoberA Co's Ladles, Misses and
Childrept (lae shoes. Spring Styles.
Colombia Shoe Co.
Yesterday was the anniversary if the
establishment of Fort George, the flrt
fort on the Columbia.
Mr. Edwin Hibson returned on the
Columbia yesterday frou a three
months' visit In California.
BAMBOO furniture sold at special
prices this week, at the Rising Sun
Store, 61S Commercial street
Parties wWhlng ice cream and bou
toniers for Sunday drnoier should place
thuir order at once with C. B. Smith.
Rice, sign-writer, has removed to
William Ryan's old i.int shop, over
Liddicoat & Cribb's, on Exchange St.
Lp4o-date. B and II. "Special" and
"Stormer" bicycles. Fully warranted.
Ho and $S3. Fisher Brothers, agents
There was a large business done In
schooners yesterday the warm wvatlw
er created a desire for something cool
ing.
air. m. fc w jcker, representing
Messrs. Braunschweiger & Co., of San
Francisco, is m the ciity on a business
trip.
fisnermen's supplies coffee pots,
stoves, lunch buckets, net floats, weuer
breakers, hatchets cheap at W. J.
Scully's.
You can get twelve colors and de
signs for dying Earner eggs tor i
cents at Pagers' drug store, Odd Fel
lows' building.
Many beautiful and novel Easter dec
orations were seen at th fair opened
lat tilght by the ladies of the Congre.
gadonaj church.
The Hon. J. H. Smuh arrived on the
Columbia vest-Hay and reports at
his little daughter Mildred is much im
proved In health.
E. F. BurHgh, formerly with Ross.
Higglna & Co., t.-pperiown store, has
gone into business frr himself In the
Shananan building.
For ehoioe cut flowers and plants of
all kinds, bouquets and funeral designs
an on rred nr,Hia:k at Smith's Ice
cerarn and 3tndy stire.
In the polk u,-t yesterday Tom
Morris was fined Jin tor flirhtlnir nnd
iu-r r. Anroty, r:hargerl with the
same offenw.', was i---a.sel
J'hn B-nund, a native of Sweden,
yesterday In uW) county clerk's ofllce
leclared his Intention of rctmng a
l'.lzen of the ITnited States.
The k..jtI, at (;r!ux t.hlm.h -j, a
ihe Catholic church ywterday were
en B.iten.fi. T'iay Ik fJ,K,d Friday
and appropriate service will be held.
There was about the usual catch of
salmon y.-sterday f.,r this time of the
sa-on, and all the canneries were run
ning and receiving fish. n far as heard
from.
A flnaa rehearsal of Easter services
Aill be held at the M. E. church tbl
afternorn at 4 'clock. The oastor
Paine's
Celery
Compound
Is not a patent medicine; it It not
a sarsaparilla ; it is not a tonic ; 4
is not a nervine; it is as much
better than all these .is a diamond
is better than cut glass. It k t:.
Best
Spring
Medicine
In the world.
We have it.
It turn.
ESTES-C0WN DRUG CO.
! Commercial Street
wkdtcs all the w-huol to be prosent. If
possible.
MILK! Fresh each day at the Web.
foot Commission House. We now have
the agency for the large dairy In
Clatvp county. Hring your palla and
have them filled.
vt. j. r.. .ajiipou. a retired Eng
lish army officer front the lbitlsh army
In India, passed thr mjrh Astoria ye
leruay un trie l.:ml.iii. in a tour
ariHtnd the world.
ine (.Ytwcwnt Riding Academy la
again open. Special arraruremenia
made for private lessons. Wheels
rented for 25 cento per hour. Acad
emy, 50 Bond steet.
I'n jeune homme desire kger chi
unefantllle fruntaise pour perfecthm-
ner aim fnuKate. Veullles envoyer bil
let aveo adrama et conditions au bu.
reau d ce Journal, marque etrangvr.
Co. A. H. Stone, of Knappa, was in
the dty yesterday and said that the
railroad contractors wwe driving the
nvrk ahead aa fast aa possible. Few
people realise the extent if the work
being done.
The streets were full of peole last
night, brought out by the bright moon
light and .wmnn evening, kv cream
and soda water shs did a ruehlng
business, as every mom had his be:
girl out for a stroll.
American Bible Society Repository,
Bibles and Testaments of all descrip
tions, and In all languages desired.
Sold at cost price. Suitable for dis
tribution, presiints. etc. Repository at
Griffin & Reed's. Astoria.
J. V. Marioti yesterday took charge
of Higgtns & Co.'s l'pp.-rtown
store as the new proprVt' t, under the
firm name of J. V. Marion & Co., and
took with him Ray M'rtn from the
main store of Rows, Higgins & Co.
Mr. F. W. Prael left Wedn-dav
nigm tor ."sew w estmlrmter, H. t... to
set up the can-making machinery for
the Pai'iflc Sheet Sl.-tal Works tn th-lr
manufactory th-re. He was accompa
nied as far as TartWna by his wife.
Rambler bicycles are fitted with G
and J, clinoher tires, the quickest to
mend. Do not pay 150 or 175 for sec
ond grade wheels when you can get
a'97 Rambler for ISO or 'a for J50.
W. E. Warren, agMtrt, 547 Comm-rclal
stree.
Mr. Frank Suprenant, who Is In from
the Nehalem, says that the weather
In the valley la very large. Plowing
has been finished and planting is near
ly completed. The roads are rn gol
shape, excTt the ptretch past Bunke's
place.
The hlgheet temperature ever re
corded by the United States weather
bureau In Astoria for a day In April
was (noted yeUrday: 1S90, 6H der; 1S91,
68 deg.; 1892, 67 deg.; 1S93, 67 deg.; 1894,
62 deg.; 1895, 68 deg,; 1896. 64 d-g.; 1897,
78 deg.
Mrs. F. A. Kenny and her Mster. Miss
Ana Chance, daughters of Dr G-o. H.
Chance, of Portland, were passengers
on the Columbia yc-at.vjav morning,
and took advantage of the steamer's
long stay t call on their A.to"a rela
tives and friends.
Art his residence Wednesday night.
Judge Abercromble married Mr. Ed
ward 8. Andrews an1 Miss Hannah
Mattie Bayer. Only a few intimate
friends of the contracting parties were
present. Mr. Andrews is the well
known decorator.
Just received for Easter, a splendid
assortment of silk waists, every one
a beauty; also a magnificent a;.-ort-
mont of dress skirts In silk and wool
en material, at S?M per cent le-w than
you can buy 'the? gcxls elsewhere,
(Johen, 491 Bnd sf-eet.
A lot of new machinery was re
ceivexl yesterday by ithe Pacific Sheet
MetaJ Works -from Chicago via the
Potter. The reiorts vo tar nhow that
there has been a larger output of cans
from ;the factory for up-river canneries
than at this time last year.
Early risers yesterday were treated
to a rich sunrise. The sky was clear
and beautifully tainted ih the east, the
birds were singing and all nature
seemed oblivious to the troubles of
man. In the evening the sunset was
as brflHaint em the morning cy?play.
At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon Mr.
Nate eVhluHMcl and MiC Plm-howr
wvio .ianHi by llabbl Itlooh, of Port
land, at the ro-4,!otv ,f Mr, Wra.ua,
In the. pivsonco of a htrgv number of
fi-liteds. The newly marrkM couple wen
t. Portland on the evening boat fur
short wvddtng trip.
lit I ho circuit cntirt yvatcrddy tw
orders Wvrv eneil: Asloiln IbilMIn
and nn A.-eAuwJm v. Ann
rak, pivree of rn lvwiar for plain
lenne iiuim vs. i7ias. j, Newman
et al. Motion to vncaite Juilgnunt
oveiTubvl. iVm-t diniei to May St,
to set now !-' vr trial at the Jut
lenn.
At the meeting f fie nshi-rmen
lerday afloriMvm, It Is ktUd (here were
only a cotnparatlvMy f.nv pivstMit.
eommutee n-aji aHln(il -o Witit o
the cunncrymen to n.i'rlai.i :f s.iin
iiiKlersiaihliiier cimld n.l he reached
tv in,. pti or nn, im. t-innutii'. i.
r.iKrt at nmth.r itxetliii of thp Ash
ernion tonight.
tteiieral AtitMit U'unb'ry Mi,ruiy
nvelvl ndvtcw (lint hereafter I lie
! .:! nmil will arrive hi ir(!t:d
ill 6 a. in., thus Koltlitr the mail Itr.o
AsiArlA aUvut elxteen hour e.ir r
than hei(ofore. This Is an an-ume
nieiit which IVvtiiiioler Wise hin
trying to accomplish for nxuiy tinnl!i.
but the rnilnvhls up to the present
line weiv unuUe to make the prop
ooiimvliuun.
A kuv wild gtay pnw got caught
in Ihe dense fog early yetlerilay morn
ing ami dropped down on I'ltU'i
I'Uiins. A h.rt time Mm trutt Mr
. F. IV Vo started out with hi gtin
and hunUng jm-ket, determined to do
or ote. Minn nrtr Nnulkur on the
Plains on the vvest slile, he dlacover.d
the p.r Ume goose, and In lem time
nan It takes to N!l . hiul him IwgKed
and strapped to Ids Imck,
Tlu egg sale by the la.lies if Hie
CVmgngatlonal chun-h last nigh! was
grand atlt-cesH In every owivi t. The
iiumt pleasing feature of the pnigntin
ai the drill by a close of M'.w Ma-
son's klnderxarteners. Such exhlbl.lmis
irtalniy show the public .vhat . greut
irk la being done for a few of o.ir
favored little tots. May the time n .t
be far distant when all our children
111 have the bletwd UUUk-i,v of ih
great work to make their llviis hap.
pier and better.
Messrs. Morris & Whitehead, by their
attorneys, yesterday presented thrlr
suit In the circuit court against Mayor
Taylor and the city to comH the crty
to issue the JJO.OOO new bonds th
city. Judge MeUrlde parsed i n the
case pro forma In (fuvor of the city
and the cose was by arrv,nwn: curried
to the supreme court, where the law
of theai-at will be d--cbled. This Is
a tent cif o s-ttle the iuen1lin nf
the power of the city to Issue the
Inmds, and the tity r-prvseiitil In
the matter by Judge F. J. Taylor.
OASTOniA.
BL'ILDERS AND CONTIl.VCTOltS.
If you want good lumber md U.'-st
prices figure with the C.dlxd MI1U.
W. B. EDWARDS, nnect.
3.".". Commercial street, Astoria.
Americans arc the most Inventive
people on earth. To them have been
Issued nearly 600.000 patents, or m. re
than one-third of all the patents Is
sued In the world. No discovery of
modern years has been of greater
benefit lo mankind than Chamher
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, or has done more to relieve
pain and suffering. J. W. Vaugn, of
Oakton, Ky., says: "I have used
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy In my family for sev
eral years, and And It to be the beat
medicine I ever used for cramps In
the stomach and bowels. For sale
by Este-Conn Drug Co.
OASTOniA.
The cheapest summer resorts nr.. in
the mountains of Japan. There nr
mineral springs there to m-hlch pe
ants bring ttw?ir own Ix-ddlng and rl
paying only 3 rents la day for lodging
and use of the water.
Thirty yarn Is a long Ume to fight
j painfu( a trouble as plbw, but Jarob
Mitchell, of L'nlonville, Pa., struggleil
that long before he triel DeWltt's
Witch Hazel Salve, whloh quickly and
permanently curel him. It Is equally
effective In eczema anil all skin affec
tlons. Charles Rogers.
The allowance of lawyers to this
country Is rather more lilx-ral than the
allowance of preaohers. Th-re ore 89,
442 men and 208 women engaged In
practicing law and supposing each to
have an average of Um suits on hand
tho litigation going on at one time n
the I'nted States courts would foot up
896,300 ses.
Most torturing and disfiguring of Itching,
hurnlng, saly skin ami sealp humors Is In
stantly relieved by a warm hath with Ci ti
clua Soap, a single application of C'cth i ba
lointinenl), the great skin oure, and a full aw
of :i;tii;i;ua Kbsolvbst, greatest of blow!
purifiers aud bumor cures, when all else fails.
utlctira
lain ,r , " '12
SALT
RHFHDfl
ailnll&Pliyi
bKld Urn(turatth4oyl4. PomsDsrsivsCsie.
iwttttMom. "Hoe to Cm ttuUhtam,'!,-.
FALLING HAIR X&tZIZZZlr
rifly Year AfO,
Ho thfiov ul "" to chill
ARci'lletl I'U.WciH
When sulrtu loin. Itmk their all,
N lllU tulTi I'll Ihrlt kt.r,
llnw hiiv Ihrv wrl lie! tu kuoW
The nci iu lJ it )srs sgs.
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral
lu tho Htiunlnril family roinody
of tho world fur cokta, cutis! ha
Htld llltlsT llidtillH. It is not a
pidlintivo, and ia not thvrvfore)
put up ia mniill choup but tics.
It in put up in l.trjco bottles
for tho houHohoUi. Thoy coat
cior but euro inaro,
FnJs come nml po but no
theory or fad can overthrow
the fact, that the rrtiftto8t euro
for nil colds, couirha and throat
niui luun dirtonaoH, la Ayor'a
Cherry IVctoral.
SO Years of Cures.
Tile AgiowU awKH-Utlon, designed 10
eiicouriige si-leiitlltc etluisttlon. Is now
hs twenty -e-iMital year. Ita preel-
lent tuis hen.liiiiartera at lltlerield.
Mush., but Its students wi.rk loirelhr
I.H-iU chapter, which now exist 111
alHiut a tliousmul towns aiul cities of
he t'nltisl Stat and Canada.
FOl.'ND.
hXH'Mv A pair of atn-t-framed
mu-Us (iwner iiui have some by
plying at this office any paying fur
tlus ttothv.
WANTED.
WANTKI -A girl bte.-n tha aire of
and It. to work In a small family
pply at lSi lhnul atrc-t.
ron sai.k.
Foil SAt.K CHEAP-Fish net, good
new. lit'iulre at the Webfoot Com-
mlstuon House.
To story h"ii on Exchange stro-.
with all ni4"lcrn Improvements. Ap
ply ti W. II. A DAI II. 121 Commercial
tr--t.
roR RKJtT.
" " '
FOR RENT-Elrgant room, with or 1
without board; (47 Franklin avsnus. !
ThriN1 funiisloil
tns f' house, i
k'- i liig mi i.i-r liixr
rmtiits. lSj T. nih sti-tH-t.
nlen slngl"
i'ltOFKiUIIONAl. CAUL'S
SC1I' '"I- SL'I'KlllNTKNDENT.
II. 8 LYMAN,
omi. Hot.-l Tig lie. corner 15th and
Franklin. Hours, first Wednesday of
every month. 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Every
Saturday, 9 a in. to 1 p. m.
H. A. SMITH.
DENTIST.
Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building,
over C. If. Cooper's store.
Da O. 8. E8TE8,
PIIT8ICIAN AND BURGEON.
Special attention to diseases of women
and surgery.
Offles over Dsnilgers store. Aito.-U.
Telephone No. it
LH. JAY TCTTLE,
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
Office, rooms 5 and 6, Pythian bulldg
5.im Commercial St, Residence same.
Telephone 96.
Acting assistant surgeon U. 8. Ma
rine hospital service.
H. T. CIlOSBr,
ATTORNET-AT-LAW.
461 Commercial atraeL
Q A. IIOWLBT,
ATTORNET AND COUNSELOR
AT LAW.
Office on Bond street. Astoria, Or.
J. N. Dolph. Richard Nlsea
Chester V, Dolph.
DOLPH. NIXON DOLPH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon, 24. 8, M and 17,
Hamilton Ilutldlng. All legal and col
lection huln-ss promptly attended to.
Claims against the government a pe
slalty.
SOCIETY MEETINGS.
TEMPLE LODOE NO. 7, A. F. and
A. M. Regular communications held on
the first and third Tuasdav avenlns of
each month.
O. W. LOUNflBERRT, W. If.
E. C. IIOLDEN, BecreUry.
C P. KJAERBYE, M.A..M.D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
flradiiiuted frimi Copenhagen Unlver-
nity.
lUh'-iises of women a sis-clalty.
No. r,80 Cornmenial stnt, Hhanahan
liilMlng.
I lours, 10 Um 12 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
p. m.
CASTORIA
for Infant and Children.
Tkt fit
limn. ilfuiius
MARINE NliWS.
II Kilt W ATMS, l ow WVI'KM.
j A. m. .I e, m. I a. m, r. M."
ill. iii It I'll m fl , h in, n : h in ft
IUTK,
Tumilav.
:l li .V t -j! iu hits
u riln.il'v
HASH Hi 4 1,1
4 4 V S 'l ;
ft.'i'J 10!, IU
a ai'u rti' it .I
11 10, M l V lois ill
1 Imrailuy
Prills V ,
Hstiinlsy
Hllllilny ,,
MiiihIhv,,
II 7 V I
Iii H ion i'!iu;n
II' 11.17 Si VI
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In I I' HI ) II
in I ,!" in n oo
iMi no a
m;(i7 iu jii
t'K- , .... ....
'""T r.nmtre aJTlveil Hi from
Tllluiiiook liutt evening.
TIim ach, in-, r INIttiird park, fiinliiln
JIIMSIIM. C..,'.. -.wln,-.lv. K.k U..m
...'.
rT.ticmi with a ivrgo of !;40,(KH1 feet
r itiniUc,
lint Columbia, Captain dui-
way, etihw.1 front Hun Krauilo yes
''May a laigv nvlglu mid piuwiKer
nt for Amorla and IV.la4id.
The steamer State of tVlfortiU will
go on the (!! dock fur i'ep,ii aiul
urn sionmcr guwn will N put on the
Stales run. leaving Son Ft rtinlxi u .
day,
The T. J, I'otier ye-it r. lay lr night
wn tnii big tltulx-rs lit) re.i lona mnl
Incite xpinre for the Xii'i it I en
Works' new shipyard at Si,ih
Point.
The llata.st dl.l no arrive down un,
II tviirly n n -.tenlay, having lo ,.
K-il otte of tjw. it,f eluiill pt Pt f rt -Is
ii I Ufo. e s:r-ttitsr. ajnl lin.n'u one uf
the rudder hlitd ul the moiilli i f the
WUIainet e w. rcturrcd i rm-ialid
II the (if(-r.e n.
rim t-allnirnla strainer yetiln
broiisrht In a large Um; of froli frui
an l ip-tnti,s. Himt lni txiTl.-a will
be plentiful and the summer girl can
Imlulgii her copcisite fur straw ler
rn- unit hv cieiun lo the MniK of In
lient lltntl's pH'ketUiet.
H' t t'ltK A Ki ll IX (IN lr
Take lanatlve Hrutno giilnlns Tatilet
Ail nruKKists return! the money f u
falls to cure. "5c. For sale bv Chaa
lingers, lruglst.
GRAMMS & CO
Groceries. Feed,
Provisions, Crockery
and Glassware,
HOI.DCHKAP I OI1CAHI
Cor. I5tbl Commercial
uThe Louvre'
iSTomvs r.oitr.toi
! ENTERTAINMENT MALI.
a ri.itoits
f,,,, .e. ll,,. uf ,4l KlMlfc
M lllrrnl Kara.
evcktmim; ritisr-tuss
r . A n ... . r l.. . m.
s tltHTI.V nnsKIlt Kit.
We Have Bargains
In Property on Both
Sides of the Bay.
Full KENT- 10 rein house; 33.1 and
E run kiln sts; tl- r month.
F'Mt IlKNT Two small rooms cor-ih-r
oppuwlte court houoe; BiiMttMe for
iiftlc, n.'wa or clgnx staihl.
A nix room collage, new, on lot &x
100, Warreiiton, ITto. Easy terms, or
liuttalliiUHtt plan.
Corner lot, 13d and Franklin. 7.1x110,
I hotue-s, all rented. A largaln and
easy terms.
Iet 10, block 19. Aldorhrook. Clreat
tMirgiUn tiffensl.
Ten rom hmssn on North Beach, all
fumWieil. Ct ll.MiO. Owner, who
llvm In the East, will sell for S0O.
N'-ar Mt. Hood we have 3:0 acres
of gsl tlmls-r land. Will trade for
aciKagv on Uu-h south of Columbia
rtv-r.
ltn 7 ami 8 Kindred Park; cheap
for cnnli.
Iot 21. bl-k 27, New Astoria, with
house, barn, cow, chlchens, etc. Ch-ap
at j'K.
A IURfJAIN-C2 aTi mar Flavet,
1100 pir lu-n-, Kisy iterms.
Thru lota In block 25, flhlvi-ley1
each Wxloo. llargaln at 12,100. Very
eay terms.
75x75 coitwt block 15, Adair's, 11,600.
3tr"t car and avwl strei'ts.
Hewn room house at Seaside; mrd'
urn tmirovuments; nicely 1M3ated and
cheap; torms easy.
House, lot and barn tn Holllday
Park on Neoannlcum, 1100, rh. A
great bitrgaln.
160 acres on Elk ensjk beacfli, 1500
font ffwitagle. lkfaultlful tract, ult'
able for laying out In lots. Cheap
and torms to suit.
Lot 9, block 9. Ooean trove, Hea-
slde. House, blncksmlth shop; well on
property; Just like giving It away at
11,000.
A FINE FARM of 120 acre on Up.
per NehaWtn. About one-half of place
tlrnU-r liuid, balance pastture auid
tllleil land; 11,500 on easy terms; la a
bargain.
More building, barn, largo orchard,
pasture land, tilled soil, comprises a
beauUful place near Olney, We are
prepared to offer It t a bargain.
Choice location Lots In Warrnton,
Now Astoiia, Flavel, and other AVtst
Side location.
Seaside property Orimes's Orove,
Holllday Park, Logan's addltfon.
Lots In A Id or brook. The nwist de-
Irallte residence portion of Astoria.
Cheap and easy terms.
If you wlah Ho Boll your property
list t with .
The Astoria Land& Inv. Co.
355 Commercial St.. Astoria, Or .
Printed matter descriptive of Astoria
mailed on application.
Hoe-Cake Soap
Has No Equal
Made under United States,
patent, It must necessarily
be different from all others
-Contains no starcb, free
alkali or worthless filling
Telenh,,,,. JflCkSmltll
Hpuclal Attention Paid to H lea ill boat It.
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LOGGING CAMP (DORK A SPECIAIiTV
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.SNAP A KODAK.
at any man cotiitni oiit el
our slurs and you'll l a
IHirimlt l a man brliiinuiig
tni Mllli liirwant IhmiKhls.
Nuih ijiin lit- In tin lltuiv,i
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COMK AND THY TIIKM
huonns & co.
A. V. ALUCN.
I'rAlkk IN
droverles, Flour, FeeJ, Pfuvllon, Frultt .
VegeUhlm, Cfnkery, (ila anJ
PialfJWsi. Logger' Suprllrt.
Cor, Tsnth and Commercial streets.
J. B. WYATT,
Hksas Ns. 61 Aslsfla, Orsfsa..
Hardware,
SldpChantllery..
(troccricH,
ProviMlonek
PA I NTH and OILM.
seclsl AluatlM Pals Is assiie khlst.
IB71 ioi
Fisfyer
Brothers,
Lubrkatlng
OILS
A Spevlalty.
J Sell ASTORIA.
Ship CluintHiTy,
HunlwHrt',
Iron A Stt'i-I
firtVt'i it-i vt 1'rovinionh.
FKiur Mill Vert,
Paints, Oil, Varnishtw,
Wvrn Supplips,
KnirlttnkH Sculi's,
DotirH it WiiulowK,
Agricultural ImjiU'int'iit.
WlljiOHH it Wliiclt.
Emil Schacht
ARGHITEGT
GEO. NIC0LL, Assistant.
orriCB:
Kopp's New Brewery
Japanese Goods
Oriental Cur km
Noveltie
WING LEE. 543 Commercial St..
W. L. ROHH
Real Estate and Insurorjctv
110 KLKVK1HTII MT.
Office with K. A. Taylor.
SEASIDE SAWMILL
A complete stock of lumber on hand 1
In ths rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, celling and all kinds of nnlsh: mold
ings and shingles. Terms reasonable)..
nd prices at bedrock. All orders
promptly attended to. Offles and yard
at mill. H F L. LOO AN.
Seaside, Oregon. Proprietor.
ABTOHIA I HON WOHKH .
Front St., foot of 4th, Astoria.
General Machinists and Boiler Makesr -
Lsas sod Marin, Englnss, BoIIh work, Suss-.
tost sa4 Cssnsry Wwk s Spsclslty.
Csitfngs of All DuKrlptlons Mid, t Ofdsr o ,
John Fox.... President and 8uprlnUndan
1 1"'; Vl laent
O. B. Prael iWr...r.
Aatorla Savings Bank Treasurer
Cedar Shingles
SEASIDE LUMBER TARD,
OFFICE 856 COMMERCIAL ST.
STOfllA PUBIilC MB1W
READING ROOM FRED TO ALL.
Open every day from I e'oloek ta i ts
ad t:IO to : p. m. W
Bubscriptlon rmtea tt par annum.
W. COIfc, ELEVENTH A DUAN1 na.j