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II IK DAILY AST0R1AN, WEDNESDAY MultMNU. J INK t tllt7.
Their Friends, Patrons, and the
' Public Generally, to call on them
and inspect their
- NEW STORE -
SWEET CREAA1, 10 CENTS PINT
-HIGH GRADE -
i 5tvlisli Osfard Ties.
Ik latest tttor. la 0-
I b4od and tbocoUU shades
'97 5prtaff 5tyWs.
& John Hahn & Co.
479 Commercial St.
On and after June 1st
Dry Fir Wood
Cut in any Length
DELIVERED - - - -$2.50
Uncut on the Dock - $2-00
A cord ot wood requiring
fonr horses to deliver,
Klftv Cents Extra.
Telephone or Inquire ot
f Q CENT
- Black Hosiery -
For Boys and Girls
Maximum temperature. 2 deg.
Minimum temperature. 57 deg.
Precipitation from September 1.
date, HM inches.
Excess of precipitation from Septem
ber 1, 1MC, to date, .51 Inchts
The grans so little has to do,
A sphere of simple Kreen:
With only butterflies to brood,
And bees to entertain.
Mr. Dillon wps up from Seaside
for rent Apvly at Grlflln &
by the bushel at C. E.
Mr. S. I.
Jone, oi San ?'ranc'.co, 13 In
See Rose, Hlgglns & Co.
goods for rash.
's offer li sell
Bee Hh Scial
walsUs latest style.
Sab Ladles' shirt
Thirty one passengers came down on
the Pilgrim yesterday.
Ludwlg pianos; elegant. The Wiley B.
Allen Co., 471 Bond street.
Yesterday was ladies' day nt the bowl
ing alleyr. . Mrs. Sllne made the high
If you are using1 Japan tea
of any other sort than Schil
ling's Best, you are losing
half your money.
Your grocer returns your
money in full if you don't
A Schilline fc Compaar
Shore Mis Co
.The Live Grocers.
& 512 Commercial Street,
score cf SS and Captain Astbury kj the
gvntlcnien with S.
Tomorrow Is tho last Jay on which to
pay your water rates.
Hon. C. W. Fulton has son o Port
land on business trip.
C. B. Smith sells pure cream; no corn
starch or glaUn used.'
Beautiful Harrington piano. The Wi
ley B. Allen Co., 4T1 Bond street.
Best cud of coffee In town at the Model,
Restaurant. 43 Commercial street
r BlrycU Legg Ins arrived today.
Columbia Sho Co.
Buy your sweet cream at the Bon
bonnier ; Jt will not fall to wnip.
Mr. F. H. Suprenant has gone to the
Nehalem valley for a short vacation.
Pianos at your own price on easy terms;
one week only. The Wiley B. Allen Co.
For rootling and skylights go to the
Astoria Roofing and Cornice Co.. 34 Ninth ,
Mr. Harrison Allen will deliver the
Fourth of July oration at the court house i
, .,. k '
i no roam k otusra -v. vw
stantlT In stock a supply of the finest and the petition tiled
Ice. which they are prepared to furnish
P. J. Meany, the leading merchant
tailor. 117 Tenth St. The highest price
paid for fur skins.
A large number of people were In fro n
the country yesterday, and the mer
chants were busy all day.
A man. name unknown, was picked up
on the street yesterday afternoon anj
taken to the police station.
Tillamook creamery butter Is the ber-t
made In Oregon. Received fresh every
week. Ask your gTocer for it.
Workmen y-ster-lay commenced on the
O. R. & N. dock to .Ires down the new
mast for the steamer Elmore.
The Astoria and Long Bench football
teams will play the tirst of this season's
championship games at Smith's Point
at :) Friday.
Mls Alma Johnson awl Miss Nellie
Lldwell made a trip on the Edith yester
day to Brookfield and Point Ellis with
Prof. W. O. Spurgeon, of Pekln, 111.,
arrived in the city yesterday to spend
the summer vacation with the family
of F. F. b- Yo.
The run of fish continued heavy yrs-ter-lay,
the sloops, plunders and launches
coming In from the fishing grounds fairly
loaded down with chlnook.
Two ",ailors visiting from Knappton, In
Httemptlng to start home In their boat,
Monday evening, were capsized, but after
.'etUiig it righted they prooeedel on
.n ir voyage ju.-t the lame.
The building ut the northwest corner
of Tenth arnl Commercial Is undergoing
extensive repair., and when finished will
i occupied by the Ronbonniere.
General regret was expressed vesterday
wben it ot-came known thit the Califor
nia Pre-M Association would be unable
Vi vMi Astoria as contemplated.
When going Eat travel on the North
ern Pacific Railway. Quick time and the
or.!y line running dining cars. Train
ieav-s Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m.
No 'at Is the time for cockroaches to
begin to be tr'.ubb-some. Our Electric
Paste .vl'l drive Ihem all out of your
fc'iuse. Cbarl-n Il'igers, Odd
Mny strang.-ra are coming to Astoria
now, as a glan'.e at the hob-l registers
and sti am.-r lists will show. Some of
them are ii-r for business xs w-ll .is
When you want a real life-like and
artistic photo, don't fall to call on Snod
grass. The work he la turning out now
Is ahiwd of anything ever made in As
It was reported that the chief of the
tire dipartmint yesterday refused to fel
low the fire ami water committee to
transfer the Hook and Ladder team to
Engine Co. No. 3.
Contractor Normlle, who returned yes
terday from Nestucca, says that the
work there for the government Is pro
gressing very satisfactorily. The rock
I In the bed of the river was found to be
the Cash Grocer.
t ll Retl Hell Tobacco.
1 lb Seal North Carolina.
Quart C. & 15. l.ueca Oil.
soft and easily remove!. A battery ol
twenty hols was fired by Mr. T'ustubcnd
th other luy, throwing out the rock
In nil directions.
Do You Want a Ptino?-l( so, come
quick. n we will move on about Juno 1J.
VntU Unit time we will not refus-J any
reasonable offer. The Wlby l. Allen
Co.. i'l Hond strevt.
Ross, Hlggtna 4. Co. are still In busl
nem at tlw old stand and will give
aa good value for the money aa anyone.
Entrance to their store from eat IJe
while street repair. are In progress.
Ro. Hlggtna A Co. have taken the
agency for the ramous -i;orvani
flour. Three carloads arrived her for
them yesterday and they will trom
I now on furnish dealers with the same
i at mill prices In lots to ult.
At Carlson's Family Liquor Store, VS
'Twelfth street, will be found the liig'r.est
lirmd.vs of wines and bronJlra itiesllna.
sherrv. claret. twrU angelica. Tokay,
Sautem. of the best table brands. always
Liquors of all grades at lowest
I.i tr.e "Ounty clerk's office yesterday
art)..)- of Incorporation were Tiled of
the Caah Grocery Company. Warrenton.
The Incorporators are Christ Gramms C.
A. I.elnenweber and Frank Lelnenweber.
lThe capital stock Is KA dlvlile.1 Into
In the probate court yesterday an or
der of sale was entered In the matter
of the estate of J. W. Nelson, deceased.
asking for the con
firmation of the sale In the matter ol
the estate of A. Q. Barrows, deceased,
was taken under advisement.
Mr. P. A. Stokes, wife and daughter,
Captain Jas. Tatt.-n and wife, and the
Misses Nellie ami Nora Ntekerson. will
leave on the steamer Homer this morn
ing for Eureka. Cal. wh.re they will
spend a vacation. The young ladlc.H -till
remain until th- school session resumes,
the rest of the party returning In i few
The contnitors cloing the work on
Hond street have several nK'hts forgot'en
to put out dancer lights where tne street
is t..rn up. and a stranger rn'irly fell
overboard last niitht. Some parta ot
Hond street are very dark, and the tem
porary rails erected are Just high f nonch
i to throw a man over should he i.ump
them with any force.
A new river service has heen Inaugu
rated between Astoria and Rainier, Ore
eon, Including all Intermediate landings.
Tho fine steamer "Pilgrim, "-Taplain A.
L. I'.razee. will make round trips dally,
except Sunday, leaving P.alnler at 5)
a. m.. reaching Astoria at 11:30. landing
at the Fourteenth street whnrf, and de
parting on her return at 1:30. Prompt
time and the best aervl"e Is guaranteed
for both passengers and freight.
Suit was t.led yesterday In the circuit
court by Fulton pros, for R. R. Marion
against the City of Astoria to recover
I7.M for work done In 1WI In removing
the dirt at the crossing of Seventh and
THE VERY LATEST SON.!.
With compliments to Ferris Hartmon,
comedian of the Tlvoll, at San Fran
cisco. That golf and bowling Is the thing
You'll hear rooHt people say.
That's the latent
The very latest
i For exercise It Is the thing.
It makes you cheerful and you sing.
It's the lati-nt
The very latest.
No more the men can atay out Utt ;
Their wives enn bowl as well-
In fact, some ladles beat the men.
That makes them say Oh WELL!
That's the latest
The very latest.
That money makes the mare go
You've often Heard before.
It's the latest
The very latest.
But sometimes you are puzzled
Which is the greatest store
That keeps tha latest -The
If you want clothes that please the eyes
There Is but one In town:
It la the store of Herman Wls,
Where prices are way down.
This Is the latest
The very latest.
The Reliable Clothier
Olney street. Ten days were given th
city In which to ttttsvai The bill for
this claim lias been frequently pirsenl
e.1 10 me city council, mil wii. e
acted UHn by that lusty. a It did not i
seem to consider thai the city was l-gally
responsible for It.
Northern Pacific railroad trains leav.
lrtlatul dally at ll o'clock a. m f r
Taconm, Spokane, and the Ksust. Clse
eoimeotbm made al Spokane for Hosa
land. Nelavn. Simdovv and Krltlsh Co
lumbia mining camps rVr maps ami
Information call on or address
C. W. STONK.
Mrs l IV Pearson and son. V. A
Monties. !.. ttcsser. Kd IV l. K. Weiss
J. II. Iteynau.l. Portland: '1 1". Wyttl.
II. C. Wyatt. Puller. Mo.: W. U. Pylc
Dillon, Mont.; C. A. Adams, Clatsop
City; Cli.ts. A. Payne. Theo. IU cmscr,
Ilwaco; Jas. Promwctl. New pot t. H '
an.1 V. K.
.Maih.r.'ll. Nass.ll. Wash,
ot the Parker lions.' y.-
There Is a general feeling of satisfac
tion throughout th city lli.it the Com
mercial street extension Is at last belli
put in practical shape by the council,
ami that Uo ordlminccs relative to the
matter are now ready for the mayor's
signature. The people are lso pleased
that the street Is to go through to JJdJ
giving equal access to the depot to all
parts of the city.
In the rase of the State . It A Mat
thews, warrant was Issued for the arrest
of the defendant on the eompl tint ot
Mrs. Matthews, on tne charge of naul
tiry with one Adele Alexander. Nonsta
ble Wlekman served the rtt In the Ne
hal.m. where the defendant w is found
on a ranch, and last night Mr, Matthews
was nli'ised by Judge At -rcniml'le tin
drr $?0 lnds. The raw w IS set let
Th new dog orlln.ince Intr hi teed at
the last session of the coun 11 canted
commotion aioiig owners of antmtK
who iiy that the very reason t'l -y l. ue
taken out licenses was to secure lllsrty
for their dogs, and that the -oun.-ll can
ixot with on hand coile.-i the ll.-eiisc ,n I
with tho other kill tho djga. Peopl. who
object to doiss passing by gr-Hvry stores
had bettor purchas from storei Ihn
ke.-p goods oft the sldcA-alks.
The general arrangement committee for
the Fourth of July met last night. J. W.
Supn-mint was ad.l.-d to the .ommlttee
on decoration. Hon. F. J. Taylor was
npiwlnt.-d president of the diy Hid"
from the Columbia, Marine ar. Astoria
nxllitar)- hands were submitted Rev
Henry Mareotte nslgnl as a niemlier
of the committee on sports. K H. Stoke.
reslgntil as chulrman of the committee
on floats and Mr Hlbl.-t-raiv.il a ap
pointed In his stead.
It Is nsrted by the various rood su
pervisors that by the end f '.III. wsrk
the road to the Nehal.-m will hue
placed In good condition, and w ill b
iHtter shape all threugh than al
time of the season for a inunl
yenrs. Judge ijray Inspe te I the
road from the east end of the !:ik
toll nid six miles lip the
an I reports that It Is In -and
opens to w,u.-..ns a
country and many fishing
building of the r.. id Is l.irg
efforts of the J.ilinsons.
resort e TV-
IV .111'' tO III-
A meeting of Astoria cyclist v ill I.
held at the cyel-- rooms of S'leitnaii i;
Thing tills evening, at o'-lo-k. f..r th
purpose tf organizing a eye! - ! u-ue to
lake st.-iis to build a cycle pith or p.id
In some suitable dir.-etlon from In- elty
Astoria Is v ry far ts-hlnd many sntali- r
places In these movm.-rit s. The luil-
vlllage of Kmippton. It may t- a mri.rls.,
to many to kn.iw, has for .ijine Iiin
had a flue path, over a mile In leiicih ami,
six feet wld". II waco Is n 1 -u leilldln;; n
path to the beach, and one Is now in
course of construction from Portland P.
Vancouver. The bl y. e road from Se
attle to Tacoma is one of the lin.-i on
the coast, and Is nlnved constantly fill..
with Heet and happy riding par'h -s.
The men Iroprxsl from th- rolls of J;n
glnn Co. No. 2 dee-lir- that artli.n III. gal
and will appeal to the board of I- . gnf.-i
This action. It Is nls- s ild. rislui-.-s th.
memls-rshlp to I'-hs than ll oiitr-.l
numlier, and their charter will be for
feited. This ocmpany has almos !"'
wortn or property to lie .iivim among
the members. Th- Alert Hook ami Lad
der Co. will practically gr, Oot of active
existence upon the trmsf-r .f Uu-lr
horses to Engine t'. No, 3, sho'ild th
action take place. This will tie the irmk
up, unless some express f-im happen
to lie In the neighborhood, ('hrls ,eln
enwa-ls-r, drlvi r of No. 3, has r--lgiiei
and Foreman John S.-ldness has been
apK)lnted In his place. Frank l.crien
webcr has l-en elected f., rem. in.
The criticism publlsh'-d In 1 a ,t ,.v. n
Ing's paper of the work being done !.y
the government engineers and th- dredg
er I.a;bl near the old wreck !tl,ov - I! an
thon's cannery t .mm-d a .-ood d-al or
unravoraiiie comment. - in, maturity of
tile business men are oppose! p, af) air
ta-k on an officer n the dls-liarge i,f
From now on
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
Mia, on application.
W. F. SCHEIBE,
A full lis. ol PI
17-1 Commcrvliil HI.
his duty. h.wcer Innocent of wrung In-t.-llt
he may Judgn Howlby :! last
night: 'The government orTI.-. rs r
.Long lust the work that Hi"
i-h.imi-r of commerce haa been lm (
working to have them do, Tho jn,
was ai..r..prl,it.d f ir Just that purpose,
and the s.Min. r the money l apetit an.l
the work eotlipleli-.l. the better It lll
l. f.ir all The etigltii-ers and Iredgei
are only carrying out their iiisirtn uon .
Kveiitually there will l more
sjieiit uixl work done In tile
harbor proper "
A.NmTIIKK CAKI.OAH Ct'MIN'l j
I. V. M.Hire to He In Astoria With the!
Kimball Again. .
I will be in Astoria with a carload of;
the c. lebrati.t Kimball pianos and or-1
g ins, direct from our mammoth fii. totle.;
This shipment will Include every vie;
rl.ty of the latest styles, from a lie.il.'
plain, ni.sllma rite to a full size eoncer' j
i:r..ti-l i pright In elaborately ban I . urvt
ease, and will be sold 10 the public I:
reel at wholesale prbet, plus i-xp-n.e ti' :
laying them .b.wn at Astoria. This will
affnr.1 any. ,ne wanting u piano or organ
an opportunity to g.-t a strbtly hlth-1
grade Instrument from the largest piano
and organ factory In 111" world at ,r..e
..siially a.sk.-d by retail dealers an-l ag. nlj
b.r s. e.in.l and tiilr.l grade, and for ab.uit
half the price ak. d by them for 'irst-j
.lass Instruments. The Kimball has ben'
sold In Astoria for the past four or live
y.ars. If you want to known anything
als.ut the Kltnhuil. nsk your friends wno
have them, and do not go to agents and
other Interested jM-rsons.
L. V. M'MillE,
Representative KIiiiIhiII Factorle.
RAINIER TO ASTORIA
Anil He turn In One Day,
A. L. BRA7.EE, Master.
Will leave Italnler dally, except Sunday,
at 5:30 a. m., touching at La Iu, Mny
g.rs, Stella, Oak Point, Eaglu Cliff,
Knnppa, Clifton, WestH)rt,
.'.ml other landings, arriving at 14th
street w harf, Astoria, at 10 a m.
I.eavo Astoria at 1:30 p. m., calling at
way landings on return.
Fast time and satisfactory service
WING LEE, 543 Commercial St.
Sale - - -
we will give
Higgins & Co.
THE CENTER OF DEVELOPMENT
ON THE WEST SIDE
Everybody knows that Warrenton values will soon ta
doubled. It is distinctly the best property
on the market.
Fine large level lots, surrounded by many improvements,
at very low prices.
Is ii not a fine investment?
Seaside,-Sunday, -July -4th
CONCOWhY TRIBE NO.
Astoria Military linmt mil
Rocnd Trip Tickets, . . $1.00
(.'llll. In II lift ween ages of l'j
and 0 eurs, 1IAI.I I'AliK
Tticrc will lie tileiily of gmul snirt mi
Miintiliiv lurcr ntiil
Just think of It. line thousand dollar,
will buy one of Pie most lieauilttil places
ill Seaside. A new .Ix-room collage thai
. oat nearly ll.t", and nu 10 re ot ground
for one thous,ui. dollars Easy terms.
Pri-fv'iii owner mmi have monr for
other Improvements Tlie grounds ure
iH-aiitlttrd by witlkt, ll. wen. a ml summer
h.ic. The grounds adjoin on a beauti
rul llttlf buy uf the o'llatm rlv-r tthln
la minutes walk of th" I each mi l ' .nl'i-uti-s
w alk of the ib-tsit There Is a Ii ut'.
wharf, boat, i.ll hoe fishing on Die banks
of tho stream. It Is absolutely the liiiest
bargain ever offered on H. aside properly
This offer will onlv hold g.sl for a few
days. I'h.it.sgr ti-l-s and particulars 0. the
place can I, obtained nt the oilier of the
AST11RIA I.ANI ,4 INV.
Vo I'limm. r. lal street, Atorla. ir
GRAMMS & CO.
or. 15th & Commercial.
A. V. ALLBN,
(irrxerles, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Tenth and Comm.rclal streets
R. P. Elmore
W. H. Harrison
...Open for Special Charter...
galling dales lo and trom Tillamook
and Nchalcm depsnd upon
Por Freight and Passengsr
Kates Apply To
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.
O. K. tN, CO., Agents, Portland
J. B. WYATT,
Phone No. 6
PAINTS and OILH.
Special AtUnfloa Paid to Supplying Ships.
Halle yV tfTy, "S
IDIt SAI.K -A J. H. Mundy lmisvJ)
f riot Ii .ii ilrum iK.lslliig engine. His. mt
boiler. UVk fN.; cylinder, 7x12 laolia.
A fltnt-clttj out; In., almost aa fori aa
now. Addnwa "A." Astortan olflce.
I.IIH'I'-Tw.l lll - il tlll'qil lw rlitit. Sot
i In diamond., and the other a saiiphlre.
I'lnd.T b K'liirtiiMg Hiine to tha Astoria
loncert hall will twelve a r'.irl of HO.
l'tH Hi:NT -1'wo ro..m fuinl.liisl tor
light lion.. KeepiiiK. uier IV. t "online rv lak
street: It: p. r in. n t :. A.turia lin l and
I n est in. nt I'll.
F HI ItKST- FurnlslHxl nsima, an
tulto or single, by the day r month,
Ib.l-l Tlgtie, und'T entire new nuuiage
niotit. tireot reduction In rates). Mrs,
(I. V, Porter, manager. (.' Ivlnveutii
FtU HKNT-Several we II f uitilshesl
riHiiiia f.ir s- utb me ii cheap nt i orns r
f luatkv and Sevotitli strctjta No, iH
I'oll II I : N T Two upstairs roin t
Kle.nitli stieot. N. W. coiner llanfiwei
MVeltue. Iliqtllrv Oil premlM...
Katlrviad hands wanted for luitiirdlaU
irk nn track. Apply at rcsw i. Flar.1
block. A. & C. It R. K
II. A. SMITH.
Room. I and I Pythlaa Bulbllnc
ovl C. Ii. Coopr' alora.
I'lt. l, ll. r.STEH,
PIITHICIAN AND BCIIUEON.
Special sttntlon lo dlsraaea of womaa,
tiftlcs over lana!grri stora. Astoria.
Telephone No. 61
iu jay Tfrruc.
I PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
Oflliw, rooms i and 6, Pythian bulldg.
MIS Commercial Rrwideur. aatn..
Acting assistant surgeon U. B. Ma
rine hospital service).
I. Q. A. HOW Lilt.
ATTORNEY AND COt'NHELOK
Offlea on Hond strest, Astoria, Or.
II. T. CIKJflltr,
4 Commsrclal trst.
John t. liuhtkh,
Offlca, upstairs, Astortan lluilillng.
C. C. IIROWER.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
(iundorson Hull ling.
J. N. Dolph. Richard Nlicav
Chester V. Dolph.
DOLPH, NIXON Jt DOLPH,
ATTORNEYS1 AT LAW.
Portland. Oregon, 14. , M and ft,
Hamilton lluttdlng. All legal and col
lection busln as promptly attanded to.
Claim, agalnat th. governmsnt a .pe
nalty. BOCIETT MEET! NOB.
TEMPLE LODGE NO. J, A. F. and)
A. M. Regular eommunlcatloni held on
the first and third Tuesday evening of
O. W. IX3HNHI1RHRY. W. K.
E. C. HOLDEN, Secretary
Iron tt Bt'('l,
Groceries & Provisioiifl,.
Flour it Mill Fei'd,
Paints, Oils, Varnifihw,
PoorH & Windows,
A gricul tural I m piemen
VVagfins & Vehiclef.
HOP LEE CO.
tlnderclolliliik' ninde toorder. Hulls and trntiiara
Insde a psrfeel flt. Krery order punrlu
ally on tune. rstlsfHctlmi giiarunteed.
Cheaper Tho. Aay Other Mice la the City.
enn CommerrUl Hlreet.