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THE DAILY ASTOittAN, TlltKSDAY MORNING. JULY , lD7.
The Germans know Snaps as Whiskey!
The exhilarating, intoxicating beverage.
The Americans know Snaps as Bargains,
Real, pleasing, money-saving Bargains!
The Americana Germans and other nationalities,
They all like Snaps some German Snaps
But every one of them likes American snaps!
Thursday, July 29
From 1 to 5 o'clock j m.
300 Men's Suits, $9.80
Regular prices, $12.50 to $17 50
SOO Men's Hats, 1.40
Regular prices, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50
RU L, E S :
First Sales begin promptly at 1 and el.se promptly at 5,
on these days only,
ec ond Nothing sold on credit.
The Reliable, Up-to-Date Clothier
Pa tltS to order,
Are the style.
We have on hand the latest
We bought them to sell.
We are selling them at ex
tremely reasonable prices.
Ladies', gents', misses' and
Drop in and examine them.
John Hahn & Co.
479 Commercial St.
..Thursday and Friday..
WE WILL SELL LADIES" WHITE
AND COLORED UNDERSKIRTS
AT SPECIAL PRICES:
75 cent quality for SO
11.00 quality for 73
11.25 quality for . K
$1.50 quality for 1 13
$1.75 quality for 1 a
12.00 quality for 1 4S
AT OUR CLEARANCE SALE
COLUMBIA SHOE CO.
Fair weather; warmer In Eastern Ore
gon; north to 'vest winds.
Rest Is the summer song of noonday.
The regatta is on again.
Best meals 10c, at Casino restaurant.
Business men are determined to have
See Rose, Hlgglns & Co.' offer to sell
goods for cash.
Early yesterday morning, Kitty Wells,
a courtesan of the Ec-wery, and a con
firmed morphine eater, died from the
to orderfrom f&2. SO up
from S3.00 up
THE STEAMER GEO. n. ELDER
Leaves Portland, July 3. for
MARY'S ISLAND. METLAKAHTLA,
KITCHAK. JUNEAU, DTEA, GLA
CIER BAT AND SITKA.
Portland to Juneau cabin, $32; steerage,
Portland to Dyeacabln, $40; steerage, 25.
Portland to Sitka cabin, 0; steerage.:.
Portland to Juneau-) per ton.
Portland to Dyea tlO.M per ton.
effects of the drug. The funeral will
be held today.
See Ross, Hlgglns & Co. for fresh fruits
Judge C. H. Page returned from Port
Regatta this year means more than It
ever did before.
Ice cream, wholaIe and retail, at
Smith's candy factory.
Leave your orders for wild blackberries
at Ross Hlgglns & Co.'..
At price Ml.sea' sod Children's Tan
Shoes. Colombia Hhoe Co.
Captain Roier, of tbe steamer Canby,
went to Portland last night.
Mr. F. A Knapp, of Portland, was a
visitor In the city yesterday.
An elegant line of Little Gents' Shoe.
Jast arrived Colombia Hhoe Co.
Best cup of coffee In town at the Model
Restaurant, VS3 Commercial street
Sam Oliver returned from Portland ye-"
terday and stopped at the Parkr House.
At the bowling alleys yesterday, M. M.
Plcken was high man with a icore of
Dr. W. C. Logan, dentist, has removed
his office to the Shanahan building, up
In the police court, yesterday, Jimes
Cooley was fined $2 for Doing Jntoxl
cated. For rootling and skylights go to the
Astoria Roofing and Cornice Co., 34 Ninth
Oscar VIren:e Is the new carpenter on
the light house tender Columbine. His
predecessor, Mr. Morrison, wao served
the Cash Grocer.
! Large box Imported Turkish ("until
Lrs box Imported French Cttli
Cud Kex French Tongue
Can Kex Defiled Ham
round I.arjf Fancy Prunes
Telephone J .nrrrrr"Lm-
four ycirs and a h.ilf, has none to Siin
Francisco, ana It Is understood Hint ho
will there Join a Klondyk expedition.
Porso Krlrtvlbuch. vice-consul of Tn
miirk, at Portland. In the city yis
terduy. Fish were running ycsterd'iy 1" !n
etweed numbers, and all the canneries
Two humlred boxes assorted fruit. Jut
In. Everything a-Jlng cheap. Rom. lllg-
rln. M. Co. '
P. J. Meany, the leading merchant
tailor. 137 Tenth St. , Th highest prte
P&ld for fur .Una.
Martin Dillon, who has been Mirroring
with paralysis ror the past few days, K
reported a Improving.
The county clrk yesterday Issued n
mur.1ue license to Dudley Snltonst.tll
and Miry M. Lelirhton.
The latest! Bristol Steel Fishing Rod
In stock. ' Call and examine and you will
buy. Only at Fisher Bro.
Laird, Rehoher Co. S.OO. S3.SO and
6. DO fthoes; your choir for 10 days.
3.98. Columbia Shoe Co.
MIssch Amelle and EsteMc Welngart,
of New York, were In the city yeeter-
day, guests of the Occident
Look In our window today ror a new
line or perfumes Just received with new
odor. Cluuies KogiT. drunil!,t.
Dr. B. L. Henderson has established
himself here in the practice of medicine.
j His offices are In the Kinney block.
Coin special brands of hams, bacon,
lard and canned meats are the bent In
the market. Ask your grocer for them.
Going out of business We are selling
our entire stock of groceries at cost.
Corner Grocery, 455 Duane street
A shipment of two large cannery re
torts was made yesterday to the Ftlr
haven Packing Company, at Falrhaven
Mr. R. F. Pracl .and wife, who have
been visiting their parents, Mr. F. Pracl,
or this city, returned to Portland yes
terday. H monty fa) a little shy now ror re
gatta purposes, there will le plenty of
funds when Oregon's big wheat rr.p Is
Ladies' Tan and Oxblood Oxford., .32.00
eat to I.OO, .l.0O cat to 9I.BO, I.sird,
Hchoher A Co. )4.00 Oxfords eat to 3.(K,
Colombia Shoe Co.
Word was received yesterday that Mr.
Hammond had left Missoula, and would
probably arrive In Astoria the latter
pert of this week.
Ladles, you can have your corset mad.
to order and In first-class style by calling
on Mrs. Whipple, of Portland, tempo
rarily at 374 15th street
Ho for Kloodye. Ryes, If yon'rs wld ns,
w. can Ju.t pot yna on the right track.
S.e oor general chart of Alaska, No. T,
Ju.t received, Orlnln A Heed.
The Eastern lumbermen, who will ar
rive In Portland Saturday fnornlng, will
probably visit Astoria. Tho excursion Is
a very large one, and It Is underntood
that a committee has been appointed to
meet thi-m and extend the courUwIcs of
the city. So far as known, no irrange
mens have been made for their trans
portation to Attorla. A telegram to that
effect was received last night by t.'ie
Astorlan, but It Is sure thnt tho comnilt-
From now on
1 TO CASH PURCHASERS I
The list of artides.which come under,
this head Is too long to publish, but a
trial order will show,-that we mean
business . .u "
tee will look .out fvr nil drtnll. Their
visit nor at (tie present Juncture vtguld
lie ait Impurnint mutter.
Tim bu'ltiee. nn tin milium I to and
fiom Sinslde Is now very ttsiy, tVt
l;mvs ul filling ll, Hllil Irnlislcllt visit
or at the hotels nre' coming mid koIiik
an every train nnd bout.
1Uiw, Hlgglns A Co. have taken the
agency for the famous "Corvallls"
flour. Three carloads arrived her fr
them ycetenlay ami they will ti'om
now on furnish dewlors with the nam.
at mill prlof. In lots to ult.
IakJ out for thn excursion of tlv llit
thurne Ollcle. W. O. V to Heitsldc,
AuriikA. There will Ih imiMc mul dune.
Ing, and 11h tide will W J;t rluht f.r
nothing on that dnte. Tho full piMttriint
will 1h furnlsNxl Liter Kr for the
round trip. II: ohlldron, W cents.
The Astor Hons Is In process of thor
ough renovation, and will be taken In
i-lmrgw about August 1 by Mr. Dun Tny
ler, of 8iuth Bend, and Mr. O. W, Boo
mer, who will conduct It In Mrsl-clas.
style, at price becoming the timoe. The
hotel Is centrally locate! and convenient
alike to residents and tourist.
A new river service has boon Inaugu
rated between Astoria and Rainier, Ore
gon. Including all Intermedial Inndli.c.
The fin. steamer "Pilgrim," Csiualn A.
U llraaee, will make round trip dally.
except Sunday, leaving Rainier at 8 Ju
a. ni., reaching Astoria at !):'. I.imllng
at the Fourteenth street wharf, and de
porting on her return at !:. Prompt
time and the best service Is guaranteed
ror both passengers and frvlght.
THI3 HI-MATT A.
Ttr can and will he a rosiinn In
Astoria thU .ir. Itiilni'.iH nun ImVe
lecldetl this question. At the i.ljnurti'1
meeting of the comnitttv. held last nlulit
in Mayor Taylor's Plll.-e, a solliitlng
ccnmilttiv was apinteil, compost-il of
tho following momlors: II, VU Itur
rlun Allen ami l". J. Newell, rii '.t- p-n-tlemen
will report at a Inter nieetlm;. to
Ih. held nt the court houco on Krt !:y
evening at S o'clock. Mayor Taylor uoled
as tcmiwniry chairman f last lilitM's
meeting, ami a general dls.inflo.n or
various projects to make the regit' I.; a
utciM was b.-KI Among othe- thln.
It Is pi-posed to hold the regiw.! uhout
the date or the Woodmen's exeiirslon to
this city, and the plopped exrur.ion
(rom The Dulles. Tlx general m:iriige
meiit ronunlttn., cumposvd if Moms.
Wise. Cooper. Newell. F. J, T.iylor. H im
hlett, Duncan Stuart, C. R. Illgcins. Wm
Shermun, C. fl. Fulton. Kyrio, r;unn and
E. Z. Ferguson will prntmhly ellfect .T
manent urgiuiltatlon Frtaily tvenlng
Soemtury Dvlllnger Is of !h, inlon
tlvit tfw soliciting committee will have
llltlc difficulty In raising lh necessary
funds for the pro(iosel ent-T nilimeiit
All Ik have so far t"'en aipi j.ichei
have expresH.il a dr-lrn for the rcgitu
and a wllllngnces to do at lets: as inueh
a they did laxt yenr for lis support.
THAT STREET EXTENSION.
At tho sp.-oi.Ll m.tmg of tho city
council held ut 10 o'clock y.'Stonli.y morn
ing, all the monil rs were pre.'. nt, .Mayor
On motion of Parker, the chief of
polI e w:m Instructed n jt t.i pro e.l
further under tho w.irrant Insult f,r the
sale or proporty for the condemn. itloii of
Commercial street, and faiil warrants
allowed to lapse. The r'sol'iil jn eir
riid by the following vote; Ycis-Ilrix,
Parker, S.-holbo, Thompson. TrilllnK"r.
Nays Clinton, McGregor, Slvcnon and
Yesenlay, 4,l) feet ot magnificent oak
was rwdvwl by the contractor." for tho
light house tender Mant-mlta. It Is an
ticipated that the planking or the vessel
will bo ootnplfU-d In a tew days, and
that she will bt In the water nghln In
about throe, we-ks. Tho tu-w shaft h-is
Just ben turned out of the shop, and
Is a splendid piece of work. The officers
of the Manxnnlta are much ph-aed with
the progrese being made, anl will, be-
fotv long. I again cnilslng In the'
Pacific ami on thcr Columbia river.
Article of Incorporation w.-r Mvd
yesterday In tho county clrk a office
by tht. Seaside Lumber Company. The
Incorporators were H. F. L. logan. H.
II. Maddok and Frank Spittle. The
company will purchase Rnd hold prop
erty, real and personal, carry en u gen
eral lumber business, Including the log
ging and manufacture ami sale; of lum
ber: t Is empowered to maintain ami
eperate electric light and power plan's.
The capital stock Is t30,'M).
CLATSOP COUNTY FLAX.
Yesterday a shipment of samples of
(lax was received by the Foard fc Stokes
Co. from the farm of Julius Hansen.
1 h plants were grown ns a part of
the experiment started by Foard' &
Stokes with the seed furnished by the
Stewarts, of Unburn, Ireland. Tlv so
plants Woro raised on high, moist sol!,
near CathJomnt, and from seven and a
Sale - - -
we will give
Mvt on application.
To Seaside and Return
Sunday, August 15, '07
THE VETERAN PIREflEN'S ASSOCIATION
ttnu.il Trip. Adult.. ll.ou
Children undr is !.,
Tialn Leaves Flavcl
lovk at 0 o'clock
Of Howell Wnril's
I'.ear in iniiiil we are not oircrmg guy one article. Imt Dip entire
stock Hi Wlinlesiili' I'rices.
When you go to Warrenton
Don't frill to vls.lt
KELLY & PALMBERG'S SAMPLE ROOMS
..Tito livMt of Witter.
half pounds uf I, a iU.tr(e f n
Hero .f flax has Iweii prndu ed Tti
river counties of the lo r t'olutn'ila. In
both Oregon und Wnshicgioii, l.i I I.iir
to eclipse all records In flax nil.inn .,r.
Il.ins.il s.iys that he bus had nn h e.
perience In growing flux In l'i nmirk,
but that the prop.ct sue. . ..fully
producing the filwr.h.-re is ahead cf any
thing ho hus ever S.-.11.
A. C. R H. ll.-NOTICE TO Sllir-
Kn-lght will he carried on the follow
ing trains only. Ix-aMng Hraslde st .V
a. m. dully, ut 3:4i p. m. dally, rkc pi
Hutunlay and flundny, and nt ! I' p. m
Jt.iturday. leaving Astoria at 1 a. m
hilly, at 5:30 p. m dally except Citur
lay nnl Sunday, ami at 4 p. nt. fntur
day. Freight to and from Flavel will be
carri.-.! only on the afternoon train.
Klvn above. All freight must be dellv-
ril at station one hour lefore leaving
limn nf train, and for Saturday after
noon train from Astoria ro freight will
lie received after 3 p. nt. No local freight
will be carried on Sunday, the public
being referred to Wells-Fnrgo Co.'s ex-
pres. Thi se regulations will lie strictly
enforced, as they are ntwolutcly neces.
s.iry. C. F. U:STKtt. Bupl.
NOTICK TO MRIti MIANTH.
rieass take notice of th effect 'of the
following, a copy of a resolution adopted
on unanimous vots at a regular meeting
of the Common Council, held on July
"Resolved, That the Auditor and Police
Judge be and Is hereby Instructed In
glvo notice In the onVln.1 paper of the
city that no claims against the cliy will
he audited unlew accompanied by written
requl.ltlon auth.Tl7.lng the contrnctlng
of th claim."
II. K. NKIJON.
Auditor and Tollce Judge.
Astoria, Or., July JO, Wfl.
'WtAOIN'i AHT"V' Xli COr.L'MniA
Proposals will be received at th. office
of th undersigned In Astoria, Oregon,
until noon of the 4th day of August,
1SW, for removing the slides and doing
other grading work on th llns of th.
Astoria and Columbia river railroad be
tween John Day river and Knnpps, s
balance of about eight and one-hnlf
mllos. Specification, may b. seen at
office of tho undersigned. Bonds will
be required of tha .ucoeful bidder.
The right to reject any or all btdji Is
NORTHWEST CONSTRUCTION CO.
LAID TO REST.
Tho funeral of the late Mn K. J,
Wherry, who was kill -d Sund-iy .i.f'c;
noon by tho accidental discharge nf i
rifle, was held nt Elsl,. at 2 O'clnck
Tuesday afternoon, A lnrge number ut
frlendii and relatives were In attend
The coroner's Jury, which hold it ses
sion nt Elsie Mondty, p-nderd a ver-
llct or death by accidental gun shot.
Early y airplay morning th body or
William Tiic.-is, who was drowned be
tween Scnrobrough Head and Hand Island
a few days ago, was recoverd on the
yhoro of that iHlnnd by fishermen K. M.
Illrkland and Frank Bhorey, who hroiight
the body to the city yesterday. T.ii'as
wiui a Frenchman and was known as nn
InduslitoiiH and hard-working man Ho
Aorked ror Oeorge A Ilarker.
CARD OT THANKS.
We desire to extend to those kind
neighbors and friends who aldsd In the
last sad rites at the funeral of the late
Mrs. Wherry, our sincere thanks.
A. J. WHERRT.
Everybody knows that Warrenton values will 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?
Columbia Marine lUnJ will
accompany tlie l;curlon
stock of Orocrrics, Hnrlware, Stove.,' Kto.
L,lciorf rind Cluttr4..
From nntl after this date,
tlu umlfrij;iu'tl will juiy only
the following prices for fish:
For Red Chinook Salmon,
10 ll or over, .'I cents per lb.
For SteelhinJM iiinl Light
tolorcd Salmon, 1$ cents per
Fimif.iihkn'.s Fki;. Co.,
J. W. tV V. Cook,
Ahf.i:ii:k. Fko. Co.,
For Astoria mxl Ilwncu C'nnnerii-s.
I. .1. McCow.VN tt .Sons,
J. G. MKOI.KU it Co..
F. M. Wakkkn,
For Astoria ami Ilwico C'nnneri(e.
Coi.f.MIHA KlVEtt lK(i. Ci).,
M. J. KlNNKY,
Aud or Astoria I'ku. Co.
El'KKKA it Erici'jtKrKoCo.,
For Astoria and Fareka C'anDoriua.
A. UoOTH PK(!. Co.,
J. 0. IIantiiohn it Co.
July 1 1, 1897.
Ship Chandler ,
Iron A Stpel,
Groceries & Provisions,
Flour A Mill Feed,
Paints, Oils, Varnished,
Doors & Windows,
Wagons fc Vehicles.
A complete gtock of lumber on hand
In th. rough or dreaaed. Flooring, rug
tic, celling and all ktnda of finish; mold
ing and shingle.. Term reaaonabl
nd price at bedrock. All order
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mill. H. F L. LOGAN,
Seaside, Oregon. Proprietor. .
" Japanese Goods
513 Commercial Street
Next to Madison'. Cigar Stand
N) HTItUKT IMI'llnVUMICNT
Notice Is herwby given that I lie Cim
inon Council prpoeS to Iniprov. t)umj
irH.t frxxn th" west side of Ninth street
to Hie wr.t Una uf block o and i In
Mho city of A.lorta ns laid put slid rs-
rolled by John Mct'lure, Bsld Improve,
ment lo ctin.lsl uf gnullng said .ireet to
the rsUbllshe.1 gnulo and plAnVlug th.
amr to Its full width slid rlalllh4
sra.lo with new and sound Dr plnuk l
In., laid grain edgo up, slid by bulldlliff
.Idewnlks on hold sides lh.-re.if I fret
wide, III accordance with tlie plan. nd
IMcineallon. to prrMrrt and depn..
Ilrd by the City Surveyor III tho office
of the Auditor slid I'olleo Jifcte, slid In
lonrortiitlv to the ordinances In r.lsUan
in (he Improvement of troe.
Mul. I Improvement lo be made si !h ..
lM-nt of the priierty liem.fltte.1 th.r.hy
a. rviiulml by thn OmrUr of lh City
of A'totin. Tli. land slid promise uion
wlUch apeclal tuncgBiinenl shall Im levied
lo defray the rout of wild Improvement,
and the diet riot rinliraord theroln and th.
lots, block and promise t t"1 arl,
.hull Iw kiioun na lloii.l S?rcri A..e...
in. ut 1 'I. ii Irl No ?i Hilil .lllrlct fin.
hrvullig said lot, block, and promise.
to I-. are. f.iT .Old ItliproV.IIKnt Sr.
de.lgllnted s follow:
Ilcginiilug cn tho wr.t line uf Ninth
stroel at I be center of hhck :. running
thence wwit through tl cent.r of
bio. k li. St. K. l. J". 19. "d 17 lo th.
West line of block I?; ilieuce hlrih slung
the wr.t line nf block 17 and U to th.
ceiiirr uf blixk K: Iheneo et through
thn renter of block l. U. It. 11. II IU
10 and 1 to tlie went line of Ninth lret!
thrilca MXith Along tbe t linn of Ninth
treel to ttw plnco of trgllllllllg, conlsln
tug lots I. :. J, . blM k :i: the north half
of Mock 3: lot I. . JL 4. block r. lot.
I. i, i. 4. bl..k :i: lot i, J, J. I. iilock
M: lot t. J. J 4. biok l: lot I. 1.
J. 4. block IU; lots I, t J. 4. bin. k 17:
lot. S, . 7, . block 14: lots I; 4;
7. I. block It; lots I, . 7, t block
1; lots S. . 7. I, blwk 11: lot i.
t. 7, bliK-k 1J; lot . 7.
. blm k H: bus t. (. 7. I. hic k 10;
lots 1. , 7. , block nil In the City
of AUria u laid out anl ro.x-nte.1 by
OHmatrs of the e ne nf such Im
provenw nt and plans and pe. Incntlon
of such work or Imiirovenient. and " of
th. locality to b,. ImpioviKl hsv. b.n
deH.itel by tlie tTiy Surveyor Will,
the AiMliior nntl 1'iJion Judge tor pulillo
exiiuilnaiton and may be lnwctel st th.
office of such orrWr.
At the nrxt regular meeilng of th
Common Council following tlie final pub
lication of this notice which meeting will
In. held nn Friday, August t. Iv.T, t the
hour of 7:3u p m., at lh city hull, any
objections that may In nuula to suoh
Improvement will tie conldrrel by th
council, and If at ih time of
wtUl meeting a r.-monstrnnco im.ilpst
su-h Improvement, slgni-J by resident
or the city owning mora than on. half
of I bo pnnMsriy (n said district, shall b
nied with the Auditor and Police Judge,
such Improvement shall not be ordered.
If st all, exoept by a vob of twothlrd
of all memtiers of the council.
Hy onbr of the Consmon Council.
Alteet: II. K. NELSON.
Auditor and Police Judge,
Astoria, Or., July 21, 1W7.
.SNAP A KODAK
at any man coming out ol
our .tor. and you'll get a
portrait nt a man brimming
over with plessalit thought.
Hurtl quality In tbe llquon
we bsv. to oflnr are enough te
pies. soy nun.
COMIT AND TRY THKM
HUGHES & CO.
AHTOHIA IKON WORKS
Front St., foot of 4th, Aatorla.
General Macninists and Boiler Maker.
Leal sot M.r Eagtn.i, Boll.r work, Stta- J
boat and Cssn.ry Work Specialty,
CaiUsf s of All D.Krlpttnns Mi lo Onto oa '
John Fox....Preldent and Superintendent
A. U roz Vloe President
O. B. Pra.1 BeoretarM
Aatorla Saving Dank Treurur
. ARGHITEGT I
Koomi 317-318 I
Portland Saving Dank Bldg. j
Merchant Tailors. I
ODderc.lotlilnifJmaile to order. Units end trnnserf
nisdea perfect At. Krery onler punctu- 1
ally on time, nstl.faetlon itusraiiteed. J
Cheaper Thai Any Other Place In the City.
Welch Block, 6S Commercial It.