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THE DAILY A8T0.UAN. KttllUY MOKNIXU. MIX !. 1IW7.
We have Just received -i oa' . t he Celebrated
Gold Coin Stoves
and Steel Ranges
From Chicago, which we guarantee superior
in every way to mything on the market, and
at a" greatly reduced price
Call and see. 'them at
HOWELL & WARD'S
Formeily M. C. Crosby's Store.
High Grade Candies at Lowest Prices
Sole Agents for Knox
S4 Third Street, PORTLAND, OR.
.The Only Exclusive
Prices Reasonatte-FDll Value
Complete Stock of Serviceable
Boots ani Shoes
John Hahn & Co.
479 Commercial St
ill close out onr
LfOdies' and Children's
....At Holf Price....
Cor. Ninth ami Commercial Sta
The resent hour allots thy task;
For present strength and patience ask.
-William H. Burlelgb.
City council meeting tonight
Ask your grocer for "Papola."
Best meals 10c. at Casino restaurant.
No dyspepsia if you use "Papola."
Ice cream by the bushel at C. 1
See Rose. Hglns & Co.'s offer to sell
goods for cash.
See Ross, Higgins & Co. for fresh fruits
C B. Smith sells pure cream; no corn
atarch or gelatine used.
Leave your orders for wild blackberries
at Ross Hlggins & Co.'s.
Foard & Stokes keep "Papola,' besides
a full line of fine groceries.
Jailor Clinton, who has been very ill.
Is now able to be out again.
Nellie and Hattie Utzlnger returned
from Can-non Beach yesterday.
Boys'. Tooth's and Little Gent's Ox
Bloed Shoes. Columbia ghna Co.
General Auditor F. D. Kuettner re
turned from Portland yesterday.
Best cup of coffee In town at the Model
Restaurant, 463 Commercial street
Buy your sweet cream at the Bon
bonniere; it will not fall to whip.
It is reported that if Weather Man
Johneoa does not stop the rain before
Bunday, a committee will wait upon him
1898 calendar for you
whether you guess the
missing word or not
Get Schillings Best tea
at your grocer's three times,
and send us the yellow
tickets with your guesses.
Rules of contest published in large
advertisement about the first and middle
of each month. A17
and Waoturton Hats
and give him a hn In patriotism that
he- will not soon faget.
Special sale of fine red currants today.
Price, very low. Roes, Hlggins & Co.
J. W. Munooo, of the Point Adams life
saving station, is reported to be improv
es. " " "
Mis. Xlcolls will sail on this morning's
For rootling and skylights go to th.
Astoria Roofing and Cornice Co.. 34 Ninth
The railroad company has installed an
agent and telegraph operator oo the Tel
ephone dock. J
Two hundred boxes assorted fruits Just 1
In. Everything going cheap. Roes, Hlg
glns & Co.
A heavy consignment of currants and
cherries, cheap, at Foard 4 Stokes Com
A large consignment of peacht-s for
Fourth of July due ut Foard & Stokes
Toney Deforturo yesterday received a
pineapple which weighed seven and a
quarter pounds. . ,
. . u - .4
I P. J. Meaay, the leading merchant
tailor. 137 Tenth St, The highest price
paid for fur skins.
It is a source of satisfaction to every
citizen that Horn! street has again been
opened to the public.
L. A. Loomls, president of the Ilwaco j
Railway and Navigation Company, was j
in the city yesterday.
,, , ...
Bob May. J. M. Stevens and J. I.
I Crowley, traveling men of Portland, were;
ln the city yesterday.
Delayed freight of 100 dozen shirt waists
vnpth fl 1ft lu. -. l -..I . cr. ipti.H
' " n " ""'
are ueauiies. Dnananan tiron.
Tillamook creamery butter Is the bet-t
made in Oregon. Received fresh every
week. Ask your grocer for It
Box sheet for "Enlisted for the War"
now open at Griffin & Reed's. Reserved
teau. 50 c.,L: gallery, 25 ;eents. .
Razor strops from fifty cents to three
dollars and strops from twenty-five cents
jto four dollars at Rogers' drug store.
It Is rumored that the next ordt:Kince
passed (by the council will lie one for
the Improvement of Twentieth street.
Agent Lounshcrry yesterday received
the tlrst copy of the mew fWestern Clas
sification, which took effect yesterday.
Shooting match at Smith's Point baw
hall grounds Thursday, July 1. Stage will
leave Madison's cigar store at 1 and 3
Yesterday was the first day that the
river steamers commenced running under
the separate companies, as wiexnd-nt
Owl ff to the bad weather, It will be
ImpowMe Ifor Contractor Palmburg to
finish the bicycle path by tomorrow
Fire works, firs crackers, flags, bunting
and Chins lanterns at the New Vork Nn
elty Hturs. Ordsrs from the country
promptly attended to.
The reduction In the price of Columbia
bicycle as announced In yeiuirday't
Astoria.r., has been the cause of much
comment on the street. .
Contractor B. F. Smith, who is.dolng the
work on the railroad, between Booth's
cannery feml Eagle cannery, will complete
his part of the- work by Saturday night.
He says that he has helped build many
railroads . in the West and that tlie As
toria, road Is the piost solidly constructed
line which he ever saw. Mr. Smith, It
will be remembered, was the builder of
the Cash Grocer.
Sack "IVifieil Snow'' Flour
gn iHil Sirup
1 gl can tiii' (Syrup
4. tfcS Corn SMich
Telephone i ,wwV
the steamer Telephone ul several other
river boats, as well ma: y bridges
lu this territory. Ill titdgntent Is cer
! At the IkiwHiik alley, yesterday. Mr
C. H. Cimw. made a score of 51,
!ws a little provoked that he could not
beat Palmhurg's score of ML
Fine piano for sale cheap. Will tuKe
part payment In room and board for nan
and wife. Easy terms for balance. Ad
dress "Piano." care Astorlun.
Full set pf teeth, lit'; warranted, .'ill'!
!ss dentistry at reasonable prices, rr.
!D. S. Stryker. dentist (.': years' experi
ence). 52 Commercial str.vt. Astoria lr.
When going E.-ut travel on the North
ern Paelflc Railway. Quick time and the
only Hn running dining car.. Train
(eaves Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m.
Renders of the Astortan who sre hunt
ing houses or rooms for rent, furnished
and unfurnished, may find something to
suit them In the Astorlan's for rent col
umn. ; , !
When you want a real life-like and
artistic photo, don't fail to call on Snod.
I grass. The work he Is turning out rw
i. , .n..,,i. ,,!.. ,
!ta " s ui wi; wing .-"- i.i j.
toria before '
In the plrcuit court yesterday, there
was little business of Importance tro.it!--
j acted. Several orders were entered by
'Judge MeHride i:t ptwllnir iwn, an.l the
docket was considerably a-lv:incel.
Rosa Hlggins A Co. are still In bus!
nfs at the old stand and will give
as good value for the money as anyone.
i Entrance to their store from east side
while street repairs are In progress.
! On the Fourth of July iSundayi, at
I the regular afternoon (service of 5m v
church. Rector Short will hold n special
! service In ho. or of the day. The service
i will undoubtedly prove to ( tit rt.it S -
! The grtuwl Fourth of July lull to he
! Riven at Foard Jfc Stokes' h ill. M tnl..y
r.ight, July 3. will lie distinctly separate
.from the show on Saturday : i!it. Tick
ets to ball, $1. vJrHjIer's orchc.-tr.. wi:i
.furnish the music.
Root, Hlggins & Co. have taken the
! agency for the famous "Corvallls"
'flour. Three carloads arrived here f f
; them yesterday and they will from
now on furnish dealers with the same
J at mill prices in lots to milt.
The markets are no- supplied with
Plums, pears and apples. Fruit, this y.ar.
lis better than ever Is-fore. and the hire
:quantItl - tx-lriK displayed at chtap
, ' , ,., ... .,
. , t ,, . ,
iri In lav tin irixsllv store for w n-
Ayer's Pills promote the natural motion
of the bowells, without which there can
lie no regular, healthy operations. For
the cure of biliousness. Indigestion, sick
headache, constipation Jaundice, and liver
complaint, these pills have no wjiril.
Every dose effective.
Mls8 K0(,kM.,rti , .. who ,
vtaR.nf h,.r KlW(,r M ThltrM,,,
,h(. ytar r,tupw ,lom,. J(.,.
terday morning. The lady became verv
!pol)Ulur , A9torlrl. a IarK(. nlln.r
;, ,.. frlo ... at th (lo(.k .
I It is a certainty that the merchants of
jAstoria will clone tlx-lr stores on Mon-
day, the 5th, during the Fourth of July
lcelehratla. It would certainly lie a poor
leommeint on the elty If a sirs,'!'- store
or biuik should remain open for business
on this greatest of n:Uinal hull-lays.
A new river service has been inaugu
rated between Astoria and Rainier, Ore
eon, Including all Intermf-dlate landings.
The fine steamer "Pilgrim," Captain A.
L. Bra zee. will make round trips dally,
except Sunday, leaving P.alnler at 5:.'K)
a. m., reaching Astoria at 10:30, landing
at the Fourteenth street wharf, and de
parting on her return at 1:30. iT'-mpt
time and the best servloe Is guaranteed
for both passengers and freight.
j Tin- funeral of Louis Spina, the n.-I.i r
'man who was iiccl.lintly shot by Mi
boat-pu!ler, took place yesterday .1 '1 r
jnoon from Coroner Pohl's ii!n,Vrial:li
! parlors. Tlie Rev. Father Di' lm.m n-.-olt
j funeral nervier s and the Iritr-rmi nt wuv
In Orc-in-AOod cemetery. Hev-r.-l l-i ndrnl
memoi rs or tlie 1-lhermi-r: s Union at
tended the funeral a. i accompanied the
body to the grave. The casket was cover
ed with ma:iy floral emblems as tok.-rn-of
esteem and regret from the f ri'-ri
of the dead fisherman.
Constable U'lcknam returned this mor .
tng from Portlam after having arr-st-ii
Captain Joseph Turner and Ilurh Grov-s
upon charges of having piloted vessels up
the river without a license. Both, at the
time of the alleged offen.-e, were Ir. the
employ of the Oregon Pine Lumber Com
pany and these arrests are a part of th
fight that Is being waged between thh'
company and the river pilots over tlie
rigid of th latter to demand eompulsrtiy
pilotage. Cnpt:liia Turner and Ui-civcs
went I cfore Portland Justice of the
pence and gave IhmuIs to appear liefi'ie
Justice AaereinniMo on July Till (or flat.
Cleanliness of (tin brad tisiin'lly Insures
a nood growth of hair. An occasional
appKciiileii of Hall's Hair llcncmer will
aid to keep the hair of a natural color
It Is ur.lcrsiixxl Hint an ordinance will
ho (Missed nt to litht's usslo-i of the
iOi:ncll, maM It obligatory upon driv
ers of Vains io hitch their lioiscs when
they leave Iheiu Mandlim. In order to
do away, as much as p.v..ilic, with run
aways. Not many binlne houses In the.. I'll!
.si Stales can boast of llfty years' stand
Inir. The buslncs of Pr. J. C. Ayer ,4
Co, Lowell. Mass., whoso liicumiwralle
S loaparllla Is known and in-. I ovcry
wh.ie, has ise.l Its h.tlf-cc nt.-n'il il and
was never so Mgoroi's as at prcs-tu.
N'ortlii-rn raclrte riWlroad trains leave
Portland daily nt 11 o'clock a. m. f r
Tiieonm. Spokane, and tl.e Ka.t. Cl -se
cnneotl.n made at Spokane for Kos.
land. Neliti. Sandow and Ui'ttlsh Co
lutnblii mining camp. For maps and
Information call on or address
C. W. STUNK.
The .titiHincKsnii' of Astoria, yestcday
evenlitK. held an Informal nuctliiK In the
chamlx-r of commerce room to Civii.i.l. r
methoit of takk advartacc of the com.
plotl.m of the rallroo.l Into Astoria. Plans
were discussed for the ImiII.IIiik of a
hotel which shall ! an oniano-at t th
city, a (lour mill, oxirt InmN-r mill,
etc. The Koi.eral sditlment of the meet
. was that since the railroad was now
-rl::r i-on;plntion. and since Mr Ham
nionl had earrle.l out lo the letter oierv
aijrvvtnc-t in bis contract, sviiivthlrg
sliould I done to Insure the cjolok n il-,
Iratbwi ti the city of the hon.-llt M be '
derived from the loiir i it,-ht for rill- '
roa.l. The road llst-lf It but the K .lnal K '
of an iv.lc.rKod luisiiu-ss at this port, and !
the bii.ilncssm.ti who ssike last niuht
nn that subject w re ersiin-st In their
wishes a d lat.-nllons to ctabllh tr.if
llc here that mill make pay nlls sn I
build up the tow-n. It was conceded that
one of tlie tlrst things t K .io ie was
to stand by Mr. II amnion. I In such a
manner us would it o ly Insun the
liKidlnt; of f.trelirn vessels at this pnrt.
but the providing of the necessary fa
eilltle for handlitiK the business.
J-S. THE FOI'KTII OF JCLV. l:T.
llow It Will He Cel. bnite.l III Astoria m
Mo.ilay, July i. K'".
At snnrls4- there will !' Ilnd the " 1-
tlon.il Siilute of thlrte.-n kuiis. The itr.ind
panido led by the Columbia Marine ban!,
will form ut S:' u in., under the direc
tion of Grand Marsti.il Harry J Wlo-r-
rity and aids. The provs-ia . will mm p
promptly at 10 o'cIim k a. m.
Tile line of march w ill U- east on Cotn-merel-il
to Koiirt-.-nt h street; nor'h "i
Fourteenth t 1!h:xI: w.-st oc d'.ond i
Seventh: S4uth ori Seventh to C-imuu r
clnl: fast on Commercial to Se ..n'e.-nih;
south i'ii S.'v.-1'tef.-if h to Kx--hani;e. w.M
Fchanm to Thirteenth; north i t
Thlrte.nth to Ibiine; west on Imane t
tl:.' Ci'CIt h'!Se ...-,i.tre. where the fi!-
Icwlnu 1'k'il .ri-l literary' '-vr-l.-. . will
Will le call.. I lo .,,.l,.r
J. Taylor, president i(
by the Hon. I
First - Prayer
Icy tin- 1h.1pl.1l-. I;.
Si-oi-1 N'.-itt'inal s.irg. li iil ..- ,
r..n; .try' Nafal M.irn." I.y tin- iei,;,. ..
of Lltf-ny and the ynung Lull. - ; r. .
sentlng the several states of the I'nl n.
i;n-'.-r ltr--- Ion "f Miss J'.iis, . .1 M:-s
.Mary G.i rr.t r.
Third--I adlng of the I'.-elarail ei
I. b ii n.lence, by Frank llewl.-y. !i
Fourth Natlnmil sikik, 'Star S;..ic -1. I
Banner." by grand chorus conduct..! by
Mr. J. n. Wyatt
Fifth-" iratlon by Mr. Harrison All. n.
Sixth National sotK, "lied, Ublle a !
Sc-venth Patriotic sentiments.
Elgl.th-N.'itlon.il hymn. "America," . .1
by chorus, la which the Audience nr.- re.
iueHtcd to Join In tho slnglr.g.
The grand carnival of sports will begin
Don't n'lert a cough because the
weather la pleasant; before the next
storm rolls around It may develop Into
a serious difficulty beyond repair. One
Minute Cough Cure Is easy to take
and will do what Its name Implies.
Notice Is hereby glv.n that all ipiar
terly lleei.wrs are now due and payable
to tho filler Of Police at 111 Otllce, a.-.l
If iKit paid within t-n days from dale
of this notiie, a penally of ;." per ni
additional will Is- inarge.l.
II. K. N ELS' N,
Auditor and Pol lie Jin)-,..
Astoria, Oregon, July 1, 1W.
Members of A"tor Islge, No. r K
P.. will meet at Castle Hall this eye:
Ing. Business of Importance will Is- 11,
sidered. By order of c. C.
From now on
! TO CASH PURCHASERS j
The list of articles which come under
this head is too long: to publish, but a
trial order will show that we mean
On ami after .Inly 1, IS'.)?, tlu lit iictoii
llicvelrs niatuifat'tur.'d and ftild lv tlio l'niu'
Mann fact n i inj; Company, will ln as follows:
lS'.i; ColninliiiN, niodfl 1", Hi, ) $ 7. H
IS'.I? Co!nmlia- niodt l
1 S). Columl.ias. model
IS'.'ti Coluiiil.ias. model
IS',17 llaitt'ords. pattern
IS07 llartt'ords, pattern
1SU7 llartt'ords. pattern
IS'.UJ llnrtfords. pattern
Now is your opportunity to j;et tlie hihot
rratle Hievele. ' Tlie acknowledged Standard of
tlie Worlil." All models in stock. Prompt
POPE MANUFACTURING CO.,
132 and 13 i Sixth St.. Portland. Oregon.
: Lawn Mowers IT
J LAWN H05E ?
fir w v w w
for 5nle bv
W. F. SCHEIBE,
A full line of Pines, Tobacco,
-1 7 -4 Cottinicrt Ml.
OF ALL KINDS
WING LEE, 543 Commercial St.
A. V. AIvUKN.
Groceries, FlourFeed, Provisions, Frulti
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Tenth and Commercial strests.
Sale - - - !
we will give
-Ross, Higgins & Co.
-10, 11. It
12 .it DO
t:, tliamond.... so (in
7, S. ). 10
Nets, Knitted Web
& STOKES CO.
. . . 10 . . .
Seaside, -Sunday, -July -4th
CONCOIflliY TRIBE NO. 7
Train leaves Telephone .lurk nl h!M u.n.
Tlie Astoria Military liaml will lie in
Jtblti" I'li'velntnl will lU-hvrr Hie tiralmii.
Hoond Trip Tickets, . . $1.00
('hililroii Im'Iwcwi ages nf 'i
nmt 5 years, HALF FA UK
Tbere will lie tilenly of koiuI sport on
M n mi fuc t irc r nnd
JIM 1. 12 12 V- CO
All KIucIhoi PlroworkH
cmi;aii:ht and iiiimt
COM I'. AINU HL!H DM
No. .iT.l llond Htre.t
FISHER'S - OPERA - HOUSE
....SATURDAY, JULY 3
"Enlisted for the War"
TIIK WAIt UltAMA WILL III:
PIlKHI,NTi:U AT l-'lHIII'It B
fii'KIlA HOl.'HK, HAT'l'IlKAV
LVKNINO, Jl'LV 3, WITH
TIIK l-'OLLOWINU CAST ')K
Hob Trt.sworth II. II. Vldalln
Wilder Howell M. K. Ilnrdesty
Hosea Jonl.8 Fred Husey
Hiram Jenks J. C. Hwope
Crimp (colored) J. W. Lrown
(leneral Ornnt J. W Ilure
Colonel Hoxer , John Young
Gnyllo (Jlfford Miss Jessie Jewett
Mrs. Truesworth Miss Ida Anderson
Mattle Truesworth. . Miss Fay Lebermnn
50 and 25 eents
Til ItKN T -Fill nlnllcd hiillsri til rwlit for
I lie siiiuniKI'. t'ai'liir, all I lug r.HUII, bed
loom nnd kitchen, Including plmiu, Ap
ply t'.'l FnuiMiit me.
I'n It UI:N'I' I'linil-he.l house, f uily
lor liiiuseki'plng, l-:x h.iiuie street, ln
liilrii of H. T. Mclveiiii.
I'nlt Itl'INT-Twu clean, sU-ruiiii cut.
Iiiaes, liupilro uf W. J. Hiiulley, I.H Hand
Heel, or 41 4 Kkchnuito slrocl.
Full ItlC.NT - Clulil-r.iiilil liiuiao on Imh
li'md, near llritnd; I.V xr imuiili. As
turlit laind I in ri m. ait Co, VA Cum
- t -
Full UI:NT.-Twii rooms furnished for
1 1 K III lluua.Kci'pllig, liver I 'nlllllii relal
slivel: 113 per month. A ululla l.iin-t nml
FiH ItllNT-Fuinlslied nnims, .it
sultd or single, by lh day or mo'ilh.
Hotel Tlglie, under .nilr. ti.w tiuuiac
ineiil, titvat rmliicllon III rale. Mr.
tl. V. porlor, iimuag.r. 0. Kiev en th
l'Oll KKNT-Heveial Well ruiilsh4
rtuiiiis fur gcntli'inon vbeap nt corner
uf Inline and rievonlli tlrs.1. No. 191
Kull IlKNT-Twit upstairs rooms nl 3
Klevmiili street, N w. I'oriiur lliirilson
sveiiun Impilrti on premlsea
lUlln-sd hands wanted for tinmrdl.t.
vv'iik mi track Apply at room 4. Flavsl
blo. k. A. C. It. It. a
A N "l" 1 1 1 1 1 - alt rkiiei leiu.-d woman,
lu aim leaning to do. A.ltlrrn "H." A.I. ir
I ell H.M.i: ?i first-clnaa mil. h .-..w,
for ante nt n brirgrtlll: nUo 4 flood viorlc
t. ,ra. Apply at tins crtl.
Ft 'It 8 A1.K-A J. B. Mundy Improvssl
friction drum hnUUng xigtn.. His. .(
boiler. 7x2ln foct; cylinder, 7x13 taohws.
A nrnt-elajaj anglii., alnt.iwt as g'sxl t
now. Addrr. "A," Astoi-tAn ofMe..
t.i M 1 Astrikuii collarvlto,
Third. Haventh and IIuimI, pisilortlc.
quarn ami Cumnierelitl. Flmli r ev
at A'liirlnn clhi-r; ten. in! will l. old.
l-'i d Nl - An imilirella. un the ai.lewitllc
In front of Aai'irla Nail.. mil Hank iiwtu-r
can renin saiiie by calling at Alorln
ohien and paying for ttilt n..tlee.
Ilt-'IMMCIIS AND CONTlt ACTOH8.
If you want good lumber and lowesi
price. Ilgur. with th.. O.ibol Mills
W. II. KDW'AUDS. agont.
C. C. iuiuwi:it,
ATTtiltNKY AT LAW
liuiidcrsou Hull Lng.
JOHN T. LldllTICIt,
orfli's, upatalr. Aatorl.n Huildliif.
I ll. JAV TL'TTLK,
PIIV8ICIAN AND SURGEON
urtlce, rooms Sand 6. Pythian bulldg.
UV Commercial HI. ltcaldenc. tarn.
Acting assistant surgeon U. 8. Ma
rino hospital service.
il. A. HM1TII,
llooms 1 and t, Pythlun llulldlng,
uvi c. II. Cooper, .tor.
Dlt O. I). EHTKH,
PHYSICIAN AND BCKOKO-V.. ,
rlpselal attention (o dlMaaes of wom.a
Orflc. over D.ni'.gnr'. store. Astoria.
Telephone No. tx
J. Q. A. IIOWLBT.
ATTOKNET AND COUNBM.O
Offlc. on Bond strset, Astoria, 0
H. T. CitOHlJlf, "
4l Commercial street
Chester V. Dolph. kichsjil ttixZ
DOLPII & NIXON,
ATTOKNEY8 AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon. 84. a. M and n
Hamilton Ilulldlng. All legal and ool.
lection bualn ss promptly attended to.
Claims against th. government a id.
. I( r mna
A. .M. -Regular communications held on
th. first and third Tuesday .v.nlnc of
O. W. LOUNSHEHRY. W II
E. C. liOLDEN. Becrotary.
J KAII'I.I I.I1I1I1M ItfC . ...
Iron & Stnel,
OrocorioM &. Provisions
Flour A Mill Feed,
Paints, Oils, Vamipliea.
Doors & Windows,
Wagons & Vehicles..