Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1897)
TllK DAILY ASTOKIAN, WKDXKSDA. MuttAINU, JINK 2,
HOWELL & WARD
-The Live Orocern.
Their Friends, Patrons, and the
Public Generally, to call on them
and inspect their
the Cash Grocer.
- NEW STORE -
S10 & 512 Commercial Street,
-HIGH GRADE -
I 5tvlUh Oxford Tics.
-- - k-
blood ud Chocolate hadM
Villi 1 3 I targs Auotxnl.
John Hahn & Co.
479 Commercial St.
Mr. A. Bartholomew has removed
residence to O1 Exchange street.
On and after Jane 1st
Dry Fir Wood
Cat in any Length
DELIVERED - - -$2.50
Uncut on the Dock - $2.00
A cord of wood requiring
four horses to deliver,
Fifty Cents Extra.
telephone or Inquire of
Huy your sweet crenra at the Bon
bonnlere; It will not fail to whip,
Mr. W. T. Laturtols, of the Tillamook
Rook llKhthouse, was In the city yester
day. Sjwlal sale at the Pee Hive. La lies'
ready-made suits In covert cloth and
The Foard Stokes Co. have con
stantly In stock a supply of the finest
lee, which they are prepared to furnish
6 Cans Cornell Hoof.
50 lbs Prunes.
Sack Gooil Potatoes.
Pee no;-, lllmtlns Co,' offnr In sell
goods for cash.
C. K. Thomiwoti yesterday eldinrd
house tit his office, an, I polished up lor
the season, lie .lid not have any of Die
leimuo tcrnaalon around, yet the car. I
,!, windows nnd furniture took
fresh as new.
Warrenton Is the Best...
3 Cans Pie Apricots
' 20 Cents
1 Gal. Can Pie Peaches.
Telephone JJ iiiiFrrnvVi
I have received Instructions front II, It.
t.ltt to sell the balance of ladles' suits
and cnie at nearly half thu original
cost. Now Is your chance, Indies, Sale
ixwltlvely closes Saturday, Hie Mil Inst.
V"iH at 0. II. Cooper's.
Ross, IltifKlns A Co. hAve taken the
agency for the famous "Corvallla"
Hour. Three carload arrived hen, for
them yesterday ami they wilt tixm
now on furnish dealers with the same
at mill prices In lots to ault.
Mrs. A. Sllousky, lain. I Slough; Miss
Senile Coffey, Swoiison; Mrs. M'lonoui:h
Hume's Station; O. lion.!. Morrisons;
11. F. Ilalferiy. Varronton: 1 1 y Jack
son, M. Olson, North Shore; John l.ln.U
Knappton: Andrew llause, l-'runkfoi (
were In the city yesterday.
ltatoe. Be per sack, at the Pacific
A banraln In Wilson strawberries today
at C. II. Smith's.
C. R. Smith sells pure cream; no orn
starch or gelatine used.
Rest cup of coffee In town at the Model
Kestaurant, 03 Commercial si rev I.
Yesierd.;y was collection day and re.
turns were reported generally good.
Ladies' - Sailor - Hats
Maximum temperature, CI deg.
Minimum temperature, 36 deg.
Precipitation, .06 Inch.
Precipitation from September 1, 183G, to
date, S4.89 Inches.
Excess of precipitation from September
1, mi, to date, 16.63 inches.
Fair weather; warmer In Western Ore
gon and Eastern Washington.
I-adles 's suits and capes at nearly half
the original cost. This week only, at C.
We carry a full !!r- rf groceries at
the very lowest prices. Give us a call.
Pacific Grocery Co.
Strawberries, strawberries. J cents per
box. Direct from Mo, ml Tabor. Mount
Scott and th? Hood River reirlon.
I no new arc lignt on poverty Row w.-.s
yesterday connected with the wires, and
last night Eleventh street was brighter
Strawberries took a tumble, as was pre
dicted yesterday. We have 5 crates on
sale today at still lower figures. Ross,
Hlggina & Co.
Mr. Kilmer, of the Kilmer & Brown
creamery. Chinook, yesterday brought
down 25 head of, fine milch cattle, from
Portland en th Lurllnri
Mr. A. L. JJ order, the new general man
ager of the O. R. & N., It Is understood,
arrived in Portland yesterday and as
sumed the duties of his office.
There will be a display of hand-palnled
china as well as a fine musical program
at Mrs. Sanborn's, Thursday afternoon
and evening, for the library benefit
w Klcyrle Lrgglns arrived tmlay.
1'oluuilils Shoe Cu.
I-apldura's barber shoi, Kleventh St.,
will hereafter be open from 5 a. m. '.Ill
i: p. m.
Mr. C. F. Ovrrhaugh. traveling freight
agent of the O. It. & N., was In l!i.
Oregon vegetables are now coming In.
of which we carry a full line, at tl.t
Pacific Grocery Co.
P. J. Meany, the leading merchant
tailor, 1JT Tenth St. The highest prtoe
paid for fur skins.
Tillamook creamery butter Is ".he be-. t
made In Oregon. Received fresh every
week. Ask your grocer for It.
A large number of new railroad office
will be opened In Portland, owing to the
opening of the Ogden gateway.
W. F. Soholbe, the popular cigar man-
ufaoturvr. Is now eelablUhed In his new
quarters, 474 Commercial street, where
he has a full tine of domestic, Key West
and Imported cigars and the best brands
or smoking tobaccos and smokers ar
tides. Give him a call.
Man no application.
THE CENTER OF DEVELOPMENT
ON THE WEST SIDE
Everybody knows that Warrenton values will soon
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?
The. olalm made
by us that
A new river service has been Inaugu
rated between Astoria and It.dnler, Ore
gon. Including' all Interm -dlate l.iiulli.gs.
The tine steamer "Pilgrim." Capinin A.
U Hnnce, will make r i,l trips dully.
except Sunday. IraWig I'.alnl.T at SiS'
m., reuchlng Astoria at I' .m. I.imllpg
at the Fourteenth street wli.'rf, aid de
parting on her return at l:3n. Prompt
time ami the lnst servl-e Is gvi.ir.inteed
for tnth passengers and freight.
Como now whilo the
Hasy Monthly Payments
There never tins Ihvii so grrat
n vnriely of
FIRST CLASS INSTRI1MPNTC ?. ?. "n:Ypiano which
wV w I'vrin I u
on fxliiliilimi in Astoria,
Northern Piu-ino mllrond trains leave
!rtUiml daily at 11 o'clock a. m. f, r
Tacoma, Spokane, and the Fait. CI w
connetl.n made at Spokane f ir Itoss
land. Nets. n, Sandow and ItrltUh Co.
lumbla mining camps. F,r tiiaps and
liiformatlort call on or a.Klres
C. V. STONE.
Orders have tn-n rtHeie,l fiom I'.ip
tuln MeCov. stisrliiriid. nt of Sptickbs'.
tug boats, directing the tug Itellef to I
placid upon the ways f the new i.h;p.
ml at Smith's Point, for the ii.iu.il an
nual cleiinliuc of her Utum. It Inn
customary to take the !, i f to Put
Francisco for this puipos-, but Cant.iiu
McCoy WI.'Its In iitroiilslng nunu In
dusirlis. and Is s.itUi.e.l that the tug r.ir
receive as good treuiiii. ru here ;. i any
The Wiley B. Allen Co.;:,;:
411 IImdiI Mtrvsi,
IMPROVES UNDER USAGE" I.
proved by tho fnot that the Unan
linous testimony of those who
have boulit Urn " MARDMAN "
Curroboratoa the atatantant. It
resonant lono Is maintain.
inrouun years of sorvloo. nn.i
aiUleil brilliancy, without motnlllg
Muaiuy results tnrouuh use.
Astoria Military Band
l'araiio. Parties, l:.tlli ami I'it nu s
it h the liaml.
I'ifst -las uri ho-.tr.! in runnt'i in
CKim i:k - w i:vi.km i.
W. F. SCHEIBE,
A lull line of Pt
174 Cortttttcrvlnl HI.
The most complete slock of fresh Ore
gon and California fruits and vegetables
at Foard A Stokes Company's Uylay
A letter from Contractor Fastabend
states that he commencetl work for the
government at Nestuoea Tues.lay, th
Mr. J. P. Howell, the popular sal.m.t
4 Burleigh's, was stumped yesterday
ami had to get an assistant on the curt
An alarm of fire was turned In last
evening, caused by someone seeing smoke j
Issuing from a chimney on Ninth street. I
The services of the department were not
n, , When going Eat travel on the North
em Pacific Railway. Quick, time and the
What sculpture Is to a block of marble,
education Is to a human soul. Addison.
for rent Apply at Griffin &
J. R. A. Bennett
Choice dairy butter, full two pounds,
Sc, at the Pacific Grocery Co.
Miss Gene Lewis Is now with the Wiley
B. Allen music store In the Occident
J. W. Belcher left la?t evening for II
waco, where he has taken a class In
Mr. Wm. Ross returned yesterday f.im
a two-days visit at his homestead at
Tailor-made suits for ladles at a eac
riflce. Must be sold out this week. Now
Is your opportunity. Call at C. II.
j.ue iouowing suits have been filed In
the circuit clerk's office: Astoria Build
ing and Loan Association vs. Man' R.
Smith and B. A. 8-aborg; Astoria Cox
Co. vs. Mrs. Wm. Wilson, administratrix;
Frank N. Warren vs. Robert Lldibdl;
the Astoria Savings JSank vs. W. W.
The gaps on the railroad line between
the depot and the Eagle cannery will
be closed up In about two weeks, and
the work between th Eagle cannery
and Tongue Point In three weeks.
Ross, HIggina & Co. are still In busi
ness at the old stand and will give
as good value for the money as anyone.
Entrance to their store from east side
while street repairs are In progress.
The ladles of Miss Trulllnger'k class In
china-painting have kindly consented to
display their china at the literary en
tertalnment to be given at Mrs. San
horn's, Thursday afternoon and evening,
The building of the new depot at Sea
side means modern conveniences for sum
mer visitors. A telegraph line and ex
press office for expediting the business
of men absent from the offices or stores
will- be a boon long desired.
R. E. Osbum, Sheldon, la.; John Har
nett, Chas. Mllllken. Jos McCartny, O. 8
Stryker, Guy L. Stryker, W. Fisher,
i-ortiand; A. Shelton, R. Gertner, dan
Francisco; O. P. Relton. Edison, were a
the Parker House yesterday.
Schilling's Best Japan is
the cheapest of teas, if you
happen to like it not every
one likes Japan.
If you' don't like any fla
vor of Schilling's Best your
grocer returns your money
A Schilling k Company
&UI f fisctsco
E. Grtenburg yesterday appeared be
fore the chief of police and claimed the
anchor which was stolen the other nigh
and dropped on the street by the thief
upon the approach of an officer. The an
chor was taken from Greenburg's boat
while It was lying at McCann's dock.
The rumor that Mr. Huntington has
secured control of the Flavel Land Co.
cannot be verifier, but it seems to those
who have discussed the matter a very
plauhlble and natural thing for him to do
anrj should It prove true, doubtless many
changes will soon occur on the west side.
jir. m. ji. riarK, suite organlzr-r, vas
In the city yesterday, and Instituted n
branch lodge of the Endowment Rank,
K. Of P. V. L. McOrotilfev a-.-m olr.to.4
presidtmt, L Anderson vice nreslatnt
and C. G. Palmberg secretary. The En
dowment Rank of the order Is one of t'nr.
iwwer jeatures of Pythlanism and Is
destined to become popular.
Tho water commission held Its retrular
monthly meeting last nlirht. Nothing but
routine business was transacted. Th
clerk reported cash receipts for the
month of 12,413.23; miscellaneous bills
paid, J21.&7; pay roll, 2A5; office expenses,
Jigal sen-Ices, 110; repairs to con
duit, J!; rent, $25. The semi-annual In
terest, due July 1, amounting to VjijO, was
Mr. I. Davidson, proprietor of the War
renton Ifotel, was In the city yesterday
and reported that business across the
bay was booming. New houses and
stores are going up in all directions, and
the hotel is crowded. Mr. George Crulk
shank will be a guest at the hotel during
the summer, and his Scotch bagpipe will
no doubt wake up the natives.
only line running dining cars. Train
leaves Portland daily at 11 o'clock a. m
Now Is the time for cockroaches to
begin to be troublesome. Our Electric
Paste will drive them all out of your
house. Charles Rogers, Odd Fellows'
When you want a real life-like and
artistic photo, don't fail to call on Snod
grass. The work he la turning out now
Is ahead of anything ever made In As
Mr. H. M. Thatcher, manager of the
Oregon Telephone Company, Portland. Is
In the city, and Is figuring with the rail,
road company for the placing of a tel
ephono line between the city office nnd
the Young's bay bridge office.
High grade California brandies and
wines for family, cooking, medicinal and
table purposes. "Private Stock," "Cream
Rye." "Old Hickory," "Pride of Ken
tucky" and "Hermitage" whiskies In or
iginal packages. Imported winos and
liquors at reasonable prices. Carlson's
Family Liquor Store, 103 Twelfth street
The work on the streets by Superintend
ent Holt Is being appreciated. Something
definite will be done on Commercial strt
soon. Mr. Holt Is examining the under
pinning and Btrlnfrers, and it Is thought
little will have to be done except to re
new the decking.
Messrs. Foard & Stokes yesterday re
ceived from Mr. Dan rtlerson, whoae
ranch Is near Mlshawaka, In the N'eha
lem, a sample of flax grown this season
from the Holland seed. The plants were
about six Inches high and were very
strong and healthy.
The contractors started work yesterday
on the repairs to Bond street, between
Ninth and Eleventh, and soon that part
of the street will be Impassable. Th-
work will be rusher, however, It Is un
derstood, and the delay to traffic will
be as slight as possible.
For the first time in two ye ir Geoik:.
Crulksh.mk got his H.-nt.-h t-agplp.-s rut
and pli.yed the national airs y. t, n!.i
for his friends. A few years ago he won
a let by walking from the St. Chnrt-
Hotel. Portland, to the White Moil .
five ami one-h.ilf miles, and return
playing the bagpipe all the way ullliout
cnee stopping. It was an untisu il feat,
and upon his return his mouth w is Lie. ),
lmr from the exertion.
The time havlmr expire 1 for ih" filir.ir
of ol.Je -Hons to the roort of the vie-.
rs on the proposed tier.-lon of Ci in-m-relal
str,. t to the i -.v ,. ,t. .mil
none h.-ulng lx.-n filed. It Is In order I.)
pass a resolution at the i-oun.il meetinc
Friday nlirht declaring the Intention of,
tne council to Improve that street. Afte:
the passage of th.- r.solntion puMlcu
tlon for ten days Is required and .it tN
rollowinK meetlntr of the round!, June
IS, the ordinance covering tlie construc
tion of the street can be pruned an
work commence nt onee.
Captain Wer-di-n. of the Seminole, ar
rived over from Knappti,n yesterday .if
ternoon. lie Is on his way to S.u: Fran
cisco, wh.re he will settle the affairs of
the Seminole before changing to the com
imuei ui me Kiiiiriin.in. now on the
Sound. Peacy, who will take Capui'n
Wendr.-ns place on the Seminole, will I...
left In charge of that vessel at Knapp
ton. Mate liob Grim, of the Seminole, will
go to Australia on the first steamer, te
accept other service. Captain Peaslr y hai
brought another mate from San Fran, b, o
to take his place. fKn r.-ompleti.ig h
business In "Frisco, Captain Vee.en will
return ami proceed to the Sound, wh-r.
he will take charge of his new ship.
A letter received yesterday from Cap
tain McCoy, formerly master of the inir
Itellef, and now superintendent of Hum-
klrs's tugs In San Fran.isco, states thit
owing to the excessive hot winds In Cal-
iiu. ma uus season, the whrnt crop there
will be extremely short, and that a large
numts-r of the ships booked tor .,
Francisco will undoubtedly be towed o
Astoria to load Oregon wheat. It Is an
ticipate! that the ocean tujj Fearless
will be busy all winter ).rin,.i.. ..n-..
from Han Francisco to Astoria. The On;
gon wheat r-rnp Is much larger than
usual, and It Is predicted that It will 1.
ir-tter than the average In quality, ft I
fortunate, therefore, that ti.t. r.
raw on Son Fninclseo for suff'.-ii nt n...
sels to handle Its jrraln.
Geo. Kaiser, G. Itomnfeld, F. J. Orlpp,
L M. Kelly, J. H. Thatcher, F. Wan en
C. P. KJAERBYE, M.A..M.D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Graduated from Copenhagen Culver
tttllll WATKH. low WATKR.
DATK. ' AH. : f. . "a. M. " , r U "
b.ni ft b in ft li iii n ill iii ti
l uexlav. I ii il ; -j I'. 1:1 . f mi 111 111 11 altv.
Twidav ivzi it;i;:iv :?im. '' a cMty
Friday. t i.i'T (; o, in; p voir 1 No. ISO Cominsn-lal street, Hhanahaa
Suinlay i.!4l . . 7 : in tl 11 rl 11 i j s 1 n,""1,n"-
... . .
..i.Miiiuv. ,1 0 .in, 1 I, -,V7 3 x, I I
THE STAGE OF WATER.
- i i
Portiiiint. 1 ir ii.l -0 1
Hie linll.-., nr 11.1 11 i.
I iiiutilia, iir 1. m .'.
.NiirtbirtVnh II I II I
V enali-lie.' W .li SI? -a i
l.et IhIiiII, I1I11I10 p,..V.O
eUer. Iilstio... pMI'-il .'
Hours. 10 ito 13 a. m.. 5 to 4 and 7 to
. ' t
clear ' r.i
1 ler i o
r ler ' II- t
clear i ?o
iirii.arvi 10 Any
I'srl ol Ih. CUV.
j Bottled Beer.
I IIOCH V eill.l.l'.TTI?. Autm
' IIIM Vt llonit Hlrcola.
I Ti-lplio .e iv.
A sipian-rlgi'irr was roiorted '1, II, c of- j
ling yesterday. I
The pilot siiiisiiier Han Jose put to '
). st.-rlay rnomlrig.
The barkentliM. Portland . ft up rlv.Ti
yest.nlay for Portland, wh.-re sl.o will!
A Isirketitlne, three-musted schooner in
Isillast. and the steamer Hltrnal were re
(Hirt.il outside last evening.
The pilot schooner Jessie put to sen
yesterday for Han Francisco, where she
is to undergo a thorough overhauling.
On hoard was Commislorrt Rob Carrulh
ers, Mr. Gus Carruthers, Mr. George Itnl
ston, and Captain Ferrhen and son. The
trim little vrmtel Is under command of
Captain Conllner. Hh wll be Kick In
Astoria In less than sixty days, and re
enter the pllotajre service.
GRAMA1S & CO.
HOLD CHEAP l-OU CAHH
or. 15th & Commercial.
There Is some little difference of opln
Ion as to what Is the cause of the com
paratively lKht run of fish this season
and whether It can improve any or not.
Home people, think that even If there wn
no freshet there would tie no big run
of fish, because, no fish were turned out
of tho hatcheries In JB3, ami as the sal
mon return to their spawning places In
four years, VW would see no fish. Tho
majority seem to thlnir. however, thai
tho fish retum In four years from tho
time they K0 to sea, which occurs when
tlM-y are one year old, or five years from
tho time thev am tirririnrntiwl nn.i n.
many tlwiusands of young fish wen
propagatM In Ii2, there should bo a
large mn of fish this year. This looks
reasonable, too, from the fact that its
tho river has Isx-n receding In tho past
few days, the fish have been Increasing.
SpeciaECash Sale - - -
flAIJilER TO ASTORIA
And Kcturn In One Day,
A. L. IirtAZEE, Master.
Will leave llaliiler dally, except Hundny,
at l:3 a. m., touchlnu ut Iji pu, May-g'-rs,
Stella, Oak Point, Eagle t'llfT,
Knapiui, Clifton, Westport, Pillar Ibx-k,
nnd other landings,
street wharf, Astoria,
j MEN WANTKt.
I(nllrsi1 hands wanted fur luuiirdlst
' work 011 track. Apply at rni 4. flavs)
blor k. A. C. n. It. 1U
i " HAII.i'l(i AS1'I'.I-.U i I i Not ill
'TlilM tr.-.i, i-ortier t'oiuh, upsiiilra,
, rtsiuui 3 ami 1 I'. V. Clnllriifii, Port
' land, ir.
Ft'lt RENT - Fin nlshed rs'ina.
nil., or uliiitle, by the day or mouth.
Hotel TUbc, under enllrs tiw luanaa-.
inonl liiiNit reduction in rtes. Mrs.
tl, V, Pot-tor, llianatcl . (.'. f. i;ievrjnt
F"lt It l-:.NT Sci-ml will funiUhrd
r.Miuni fur ui-oil,ie,ii 1 tir.ip at . uiii.-r
of lui.iiu. and f. oiii!i sir.s-ls No. t VI
I'i'U HI-INT The nt.'ro now .-cupld
by Hi.. I'alifor.ila i . -. 1 . 1 r a"' , O.t Coin.
ni.Tilal sti. ni. J 11 illicit
t-'olt Kl.N T .I'm ol .11. .1 iui. i.ntrsk
l- In a ir-d. Ill Ii..i,,i.. .ir.. i
I.i HT lii.li ..11.. 1 ,1,111, iimrkr.i with
white i-oli,ir, linusi, muclr, pan. snt
Up of lull. Flllilrr .iil.e return to V llsST
ln l', iu 1 'num. r.inl iirid. mil ra.
I.i 18 T A bull. Ii .
vr it A . I it 1 , . 11
liinl-r i l.a.s
l iI .St nue half mi sad lines, pkkod
up at buoy No. IJ uwnor can havo aams
n prinlinr ownership an-l )-lns all as.
-nara anil sahoatu, Apply at i:iinora
Fil'Nl- .dilft, iirr Tmiguo Point,
ColiimbU rlvrr Dulling Uml, pajntaj
gray outside ami yellow lust-is. iiwosr
an have aujue by applying to John
Smith, oti tiurr Snog inland, urovlnar
property and paying charges.
Ft'lt HA I.E.
Foil HAI.E A J. S. Mundy linprnvwl
frlorlmi dnim ltnUilng rnigliis. SUs of
bollor, 7:li feet; cylinder. 7x1: laahsa.
flmt-cjaaw engine, alinont as god M
w. Addnvs "A," AslorUn oftliS.
II. A. SMITH.
Rooms 1 and 1. l'yu,Un Hullding.
ovt c. II. CuotH.r's store.
OR. O. II. EBTES.
PHVH1CIAN AND BUItGBON.
Special stt.ntlun to dlau... r.t
ime, over I).ni!,.rs .tor Astoria,
Tslophons No. U.
Ult. JAV TUTTLE, '
PHYSICIAN AND BUnnEnv
Omo. rtwms 8 and 6, Pythian bulldf.
Ml Commercial 8t. Residents aams.
Acting assistant aurcoon II
rtns hospital service.
at 10 a. m.
Leave Astoria at 1:30 p. m., calling at
wny landings on return
Fast time and satfaotory
A. V. ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Logjers Supplies,
Cor. Tenth and Commercial strnef
Q. A. noWLIlT.
ATTORNKT AND COUNSKLO
Office on Pond .trest. Astorta, Or.
JOHN T. LIGHTER
Offlcs. upstairs, Astorlan Dulldlnf.
C. C. HllOWER.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
HOP LEE CO.
(JndcrrlnUilutfmiiili' tontder. Hull, and tremor
inane s perteet ill. Kvery order pnni tll
ally on time "ntliluctlun Kunrauieed.
Cheaper Than Any Other I'lme In the City
OflS Ciiininitrrlal HI rest.
C. C. McDonald, W. A. Hutterfleld, C.
Overbaugh, Portland; E. il. Knapp, i!os
ton; J. C. Huston, Vancouver, Wash.;
Cap. Hreerlen ami wife, J. A. Haskell
A. Oppr-nhr.-Imer, Han Francisco; J. !!
Nye ami wife. Long peach; u. Patricks,
G. C. Rhodes, Tennessee; J. G. Megler
and wife, Hrookfield; C. C. Lalton, Mxi
co, were guests of the Occident yeater
The memlir;rs of Temple Lodge held a
regular mrtlng last night, but wer? In
terrupts by an Irregular occurrence.
The ladles of the Eastern Star, regard
less of all rules ami nroorietv. hrnlm in
upon the meeting and surprised their
dignified brothers with a program of mu
le and recitations, closing their raid
by serving an elegant luncheon. All was
forgotten around the festive board, nnd
the gentlemen sal1 they never enjoyed
music more than that heard last night
From now on we will give
TO CASH PURCHASERS
The list of articles which come under
this head is too long to publish, but a
trial order will show that we mean
Ross, Higgins & Co.
Will be paid by the undersigned for the
recovery of the body of Isaac Hulonen,
who was drowned May 21, lMi".
Financial Secretury Finnish Ilrottierhourl.
Proposals will Is; received by the North
west Const ruction Compnny at Its oflU-
In Astoria until noon, June H, US'.i7, for
the furnishing of materia! and construc
tion of a station building at Seaside
Flans and Mpciitlcallons may be Been at
the office of the undersigned. Tln right
to reject any or all bids Is reserved.
NORTH WEST CONSTRUCTION CO.
WANTED Hy two gentlemc-n, room
near Tenth nnd Commercial stroeis. Ad
dress "1," Aatortiui office.
WANTED A partner, with a small
amount of money, for a first-class busi
ness venture. Address G. W, Crowed,
Uny View House.
WANTED A good girl, for general
housework. Address C, Astorlan office.
i. ti. Dolph. Richard Nlisa.
Chester V. Dolpb.
DOLPH, NIXON DOLP1I,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland Oregon, 14. a, M and 17.
Hamilton Building. All lral
lection busln-ss promptly attended to.
Slut" th" ovwnmtnt le-
i.mi i,b I.ODOK NO. T, A. F. and
A. M.-Regular communications held on
the nrst and third Tuesday evening of
G, W. LOtTNSUEHRY, W. M
C. IIOLDEN, Becrotary.
'87 180J .
Sell ASTORIA .
Iron & Steel,
Grocerien & Provisions,
Flour & Mill Feed,
Paints, Oils, Vamishee,
Doors & Windows, ,
Agricultural luiplemcnt .
Wagons & Vehicles.