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THE DAILY ASTQKIAN, SATl'-RDAY MORNING, AUGUSTS I, 18D7.
QUE OF THE GREAT FEATURES
OF THE REGATTA
fllcAllen & McDonnell.
tW Visitors to Astoria should not miss it.
Ask for a
35 -cent , box
riirm position, walked nil over it, The
cxhih.tlon wna of short duration, tut
waa miuvolnted by lho who a- t,
Tho young melt arrived In the oily yea
terday itfUPtHHxi from Portland.
Lookout for Th vxoirk) of Hi Wood
men of th. World to Seaside Sunday
uorulug. TrwJtw leaw Flawl dock tit
ii.4, and. 10 O'clock. Ticket, good to
return until Monday evening, Hound trip,
81; children Uvtve five. d twelve, jiV.
' !, -
T,ookout for the excurvkvt Of the Wood
men of tli WorM to Seaald Sunday
morning. Tnik Imw Flitwl .look mi
:K 7'. ami It) .Vloek. TVkete fooil to
return until Monday aA-ening. Round trip,
tl; children he-twee fla .l twelve, NK-.
The variety and elK.i.-.c of Ihe rlik(
being offered at the iv4al aale of Mo
Allen A McDonnell nr. something rarely
eMualed here. They are at Ihe Intra:
ixveterm. the embodiment of style, nnd
nrv mad on the diNilgna th.it will rile
tl- fiu-.hUvwibl world for the season of
Warrenton Is the Best...
Maw od 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?
When you go to Warrenton
Dor.fi . fail f o visit
KELLY & PALMBERG'S SAMPLE ROOMS
.The best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars..
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.
1 479 Commercial St
TJf flstop floase
CLEAN AND AIRY ROOMS
Rat, SI and 1.25 a day; Meal, V5 eta
Light of the WorM"; ewnlng theme,
"Lov th Nature of Uod." Stringer
In our c-ty are cordially Invited to wor
ship with ua. All seats free.
Two train load of camp-r and cot
tagers w.ll arrive from Seosld. thli
morning to taka part In th. ore.Uo
exercise, of th. regatta.
At 12 o'clock today, by command of
the queen, her entire court will assent,
ble at Fo;ird & Stokes' hull to have their
photographs tki In cowtume.
CITY OOI NVII. MF.KTINO.
Severn! Imporuutf Mattere Fussed I.nut
At the nxoting of tlw i- (y council
Pilcher & Taylor, Proprietors
fcg theme, . . "Tie HanJlcapa in Life's
Race." Stranger in the city are moat
Redact caps, all tizes, at C H. Cooler's.
To mis the fish boat race today will
be to HL98 the principal .rent of the )
Phot of Oregon's tlrat ijiiwn anj vlfw
of grand Muul cm be awn nt Kate.
Conn drug atore. Snoilgroea makes them.
and many other regntta views.
To see the races to the best advantage
take the steamer D. 8. Baki- at the
I. R. & N. Co.'s dock. She follows evey
race from start to finish. Fare, So.
C. E. MoMgomen'. A. F. Mclntyre, J.
E. Da-Wson, Portland; A. H. Wakesly.
ft. Helena; Jomea lliinkeny ami wife,
Ilwoco, are ngtutered at the Parker
Jim West, the Chicago barber anl
; maater of th. tonsortal art. ha his shop
A new river aenrlce hoa bei Inaturur I
rated between Aetorta and RatnUr, Oro-
gon. trioludlna; all Intermedial, landtags.
Th. tin. ateamar "Pllgrlnw" twptaln A.
U liraaee, will make round trlna datlv.
a. m reaching Aativta at li-.M, landing ,',, ni"ht. all the ntemler were preaent
at the Fourteenth atrewt wharf, and W- iu Mayor Taylor r.-Mdl. The see.lon
for both passenger, and frolght portart measure, were aoted tiHn. The
uauaj routine ntirta of eotnmltteea were
Somer Family Ccwoert and Comedv nul,," IU1 t,ri""''y iw.iilil and
Co., who gave an entertainment her last 'f,'e,,
March, will appear again under th. aus 'r,", n,ll,,r f enlarging the council
ploe. of th. Macabeea. Miss NVIIIe a ll"l",,','r w" roferre! U.ck to the com-
soprano soloist has no superior of I .- ai pul.llo pnnerty. The roniiult.
years on th. Amerlio today. Mm- lVv w ftIhl n,c" notified th city
ter Perrin, the boy alto, la wovlerful. ,ivurr to take up th Aral coupons
Utile Lottie ami Carl simply ciplivat.- ln ''ellverWur the new city bunds, which
the audience In their charaoter aonas. AcXlKW w" Wrovrd by lite council. A
new llgtd was onhMl for thv corner of
Nrthern Pacific railroad trains leav.l l1r",ml ve"e and evrt.th aiivei. The
Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m. I t comml,,e rt-K)rted agtihut the Kl. venth
Tacoma. Spokane, and th. Eaat. CVm "'""et '. and the report wna n loite.l.
Hie rvimvtKtrttiice iitruinst llond street
.mprnvonwiil wua tolM nnd a new
ordlnniM-e lntroilu.t.l. Tho lliitlst church
was allowed to uae the ten-yenr slreel
W. F. SCHEIBE,
and mok.r.' Aitkl...
4T4 CoHinifrvlal Ml.
THE ASTORUN WANT COLUMNS
The popcorn man and the toy balloon
mas eoerge-Jcally plied their -ocatlon
Regatta ribbons In all widths at C. II.
want a good shave or hair-cut, glv. him
Uiovano Capello, a native of Italy, one
of the partners of the Portland saloon
i died suddenly this morning. The funeral
will take place at I o'clock Smdny
coruieotliKi made at Spokane for lioast
land. Nelavw. Sandow anil nrltlah Co.
lumbla mining carnt. For map. and
Information call on or addtwa
C. W. STONE.
The Qiilnnum Club of Portl.tnd w; b
at Hotel Oearluixt on Saturday nnd Sun
day to entertain the vjltors at that r
sort with their vocal seleotldna. Ratur
day evening there will he a clambake
ami concert and on Sund-iy mualo will
also be rend -red at the hotel. The fol.
lowjna- named gcnue.nen compos, the
club: Messrs. W. A. Montgomery, J. p.
Carson. W. H. Royer. P. J. Znn, and
H. W. Hogua.
KOH ItKNT Ton.room house In '.'pp.r.
town, on street car line; i: pr month,
Inquire at this offlce.
Foil UKNT-Funilshed. a large front
roont, with bay window; centrally lo.
rated; 111 Bichang street, near Ninth.
Imo of th. moat de.lraMo roonts In th.
city for rwit. with board, for a attigl.
gentlntitan; alao table Imard for on. or
two gentlemen at U Ksohang atrK.
The following or.lln.w-. were act.d "r v ,n or
ut: ProhiMihw U.ternwi- In Hill. I Tlghe, under .iKlr. n.W nuuiagw
s h- cemetery; read nrst nnd seemtd
times. Authorising tile ricluuwe f the
8. D. 8. NOTICE.
The members of th. H alrrmvLin Re
nevolent 8oelety arc requratl to me?t
at their hall tomorrow mornlTg;. Frld'iy,
Auguat 30th. at o'clork a. m.. for the
jpurpoeo of taking part In th. land parad. lutji ivisae.1 to gT. twnice of the Im
CUpp A Jooe ateum fire nuglne for i.tt"
feet of Keystone Imwv; iolmuhI. Approv.
Ing the retrt of the engineers of th
right of way through lot 5. block Ml and
t't-4itUi v,.w,.rs for sum; pisaetl.
Ainirotrtiitlii I1VI to the Toigue Po nt
bicycle road: iwuMnl. Cretulug Thlrty
Ihlrd atrwt lmrovvmnnt fusxl; Ma.-d.
Appropriating I237.U to 8. Normlle; pass
ed. Appropriating to N. Cl.nton A
Co.: isismI. Commercial street ordi
nance; laid over. Hitching t-ame left
standing In the str-rt; iwtssr-1.
Iteaolntlm wna osim-,I appilntlng J. (.
Mansell. II. Il.-ll and I). II. Welch to as
seiw the ImnWlt to pnirrty by the Im
provement of Thirty-third aire.-!. Keao-
'ment. Great raduotloo In rate, lira
O. V. Porta, manager. O. EUvatitfc
Railroad hands wanted for Immediate
work ua track. Apply at ro.cn 4. Plavwl
bloc. A. as C. n. R, II.
September Delineator now on sale
COLUMBIA SHOE CO.
Fair weather; cooler Saturday night:
light, variable winds, becoming southerly.
The Astoria reeatta. ot '97 is a decided !
success and the crowds of yesterday will i When yu want r1 Ufe-llke and,m a body, and to help making the an. lroemetit Jtond street,
be doubled todar artJatic photo, don't fall to oall on Snod-: nual regatta a aucceaa. Dy orlsr.
I grass. The work be la turning out now
Miss Alice Munseil. resident optician, lis ahead of anything ever made In As
office ln Shanohan building. Hours. ; torla before.
to 11 and 1 ta I
j Subjects of sermons at th Baptist
-ew sijie nais, iai diocks. nun. ... Tno foll.mViw sp.tl:il from Portland
Cooper's. the morning. A Three-fold Mn' ; In the wa, rr,.,.lv, ,.y A,(0iin ( uu
I evening. "At the CrosK." All comers ' h(lur ,;w rv,mlllR.
ouperui.enueni i. n. ureKF, or ue win 1 made welcome.
Lighthouse District Is in the city Inspect-
Ing the Manranila. I Mr. Chris. Gramma has reoper.ed his
store at the old location, and Is actively
P. J. Meany. the leading m rhrit 'In the field a litis; gTooerlea at bedrock
tailor, 137 Tenth St. Tae highest price prices. He Invites all his old patrons to
paid for fur akina. give him a call.
Tell the best Uilngs; make the beat of
the bad things, and straighten the mis
takes. Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney.
The water carnival tonight
Beat meal. 10c, at Casino restaurant.
See Boas, Hlgglna & Co.'s offer to sell
goods for cash.
See Ross, Hlgglna & Co. for fresh fruit,
New clothing of the latest and best i The big parade of the Woodmen of tlie
material at C. H. Cooper's. WorM tonight will be one of the !t
! features of regnlla week. The Mitrlre
Ashland peaches cheap and good; also ; band, the Ladles bund and two Aitorla
a large supply of other fine fruits at! bands will lie In line.
Ross, HIgglns & Co.
K. SLATER. Prs.
Aug. Dnnlelson. Sec.
FOR THK RF.OATTA.
Portland. Or., Augim: Ji). -luily Astor
.iui, Astoria, Or-Manuf i "ur.-rs' gr.iit
Siile of Kimball l.ins and organn be
gins Monday morning.
I.. V. MOORF.
TO THE PI RLIC.
Notice Is hereby given that the under,
signed has purchased the atore of the
Webfoot Commission House and will
hereafter conduct the buslnena at the
T1IF. CITY OF PKItTll.
AtKXtt o'cl.a-k lout ev.ing. the Brit
ish strtim.r City of Perth, Captain Wll
son, arrived In the li.nlNr sixteen days
from Otaru. Japan. Th- ww. 1 Is In
wal.r )mll,u.t and will .i.l rallroid ties
at IVrtlan.! f,.r niln.i. CaaUt W.h
says thar In- had a fine voyuge nil the
way from Vladlvontock. This Is hl llrt
visit h.re In t.n yeur, iutd his visit
lost evonlng with old fr..ti.l was a v.-ry
pleaivi.nl iaie. The captain Is an out
nn.1 out Si-otehman. and Hunks that th
Ja, w!k are the llrltcwia of the Wes
Pai-llle. m;iy have a show at Russia neg
FOR 8ALK A sis-room oottaga, lot 10s
li, with water, etc , within four blocks
of Commercial street. In th. enter of
the city. A rare chance. Price, ILW.
Address C, Aatorlan orrioe.
FOR HAI.K-Omhip, an IN4. IU lady's
Columbia bicycle, In perfect condition.
Apply at the Astoria vIMc.
I.08T A cane of dark wood, wi h ell . .
work and Inscription on Hie hd, lfl
uixKi !he w harf n ar the grand atan I.
Suitable reward will bo given upon I: a
rwturn to this nrhc..
CIIIKF OF PolJl'i: BALK.
Notice la hereby given, that by virtu,
of a warrant Isaiu-.l by tha Auditor and
IVIIc J i.Ue of the City of Aatnrla, by
onler hC tlw ronton council of said cltf,
and to mo dl'tvte.l, ditlrd the !Uh day
of June, IWT. and agalnal
W. W. PA UK Kit.
Commanding m. lo levy on south K ti
lot No. t, block No it. in tha City of As
torla as laid out and recorded by John Mo.
clure, fur a ilrlnueiit street aausamcnt
due thereon and against aald deevrlhed.
real estate fr Hie Improvement of Ki
change etreol In ltu City rf Astoria, from
the Weet Una of loth atrert to th. claim
laniwevii Khlvely'a and M 'turn's, which
aaeeaatnent amounts lo tlw sum of HflM.
I did i.n the :lh day of July, (;, Irvy
iikh all of said aoulh tu feet if lot No,
s. blMik No H in tlw my ot A.lorla aa
laid out and rwordnl by John M.-Clur.
and on the tint duv of Auruat, ICT, at th.
hour of I o'rlta-k p m. of aald day, In
front of tha court house duor In aald City
of Astoria, Clataup county, Oregon. 1
will pro.l to sell at putillo auetiea, to
tha hlgheel I'ld.W. tae above daeorlbed
real pru(Hrty to aatisfy aald ssinant
for the Improvement of lusehange alreet.
Unlet her with Ha. ooeta and .spanap of
aoJd aala. aVaid ealo to be fur United Dial,
gold and allver o.Hn
ClUrf pf Police.
Dated. A .torla. Or, July U. 17.
All members of Charity Lodce. I'egree
All accounts due the Web. of Honor, are rvquejited to mi-t at their
Laugh and grow fat Go and see th.
Somers family at Fisher', opera houe.
next Staurday evening.
Laird, Schober & Ce. S3.00, SW.SO and
6.00 Shoes; your choice for 10 days,
3.98. Colombia Shoe Co.
Mrs. T. F. Laurin ad slater, Miss Win
nie ivovtrti, are up from Grlmee' grove
to remain dur-ng- the regatta.
Fancy goods and fumlshlng goods,
reasonable prices, at C. If. Cooper's.
Editor Grant, of the Vancouver Colum
bian, and Editor Williams, of the Ska
mokawa Eagle, are ln the city.
Er.Joy a ride on the lay following the ',oot Commission House are payable lo hnll this evening (August 21) at o'clo
rao-s, cool ajid comfortable, on the ex
cursion steamer D. S. Hnker, leaving tho
I. It tc N. Co.'s dock with each ra-e
and following It to the finish.
Excursion to Ilwaco nnd FJ cvel. Th
steamer Ocean Wave leaves Tel phon.3
wharf at R o'clock Sunday mornln fo.
Flavel and Ilwaco. To Flavel, 35 cents
round trip; Ilwaco, SI round trip.
E. A. DE YO.
The undersigned will not be responsible
for any dtits contracted In his name
without a written order signed by him.
Astoria, Or, August 11, 1S7.
P- m- MARY IEALEY.
AttMt: Chief of Honor.
DAISY STOCKTON. Recorder.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
u 0.11s contra-ned by the 1S37 regatta
order of the day.
and hats are the
The Woodmen of the World have
made arrangements with Mr. Lnn.
There will be services ln the German j who will have full charge, for th-lr
language at the Congregational church I clambake at Seaside on Sunday next. It
The O. R. & N. Co's stenmer Haker
yesterday afforded much pleasure to
those who w-etv lntor.w-d hi yesterday's jeommltb must be prfsenpsd to the sec-
racta. Large crowds thronged her decks retary for iymt-r.l by o'clo:k Satur
and folowed the course of ihe sail Ixjuis. , day evening, August 21.
I W. O. G0S3LIN, Chairman.
W. L. R0I5B, Secretary.
Wo have on hand a liirge s:o:k
of Sky Ro kits, Roman Candles,
Etc. Will a-'ll nl lw..t prions;
also a large asaortment of Orients!
fancy gocds. Come n.nj exnm'ne
cur stock. We ar noways ileael
to how our goods.
Groceries at the lowest prices at the
Pacific Grocer Co.
Mr. Andrew Johnson the up-river fish
buyer Is in the city.
Leave your orders for wild blackberries
at Ross Hlggins & Co.'s.
on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
San Harris' pet dog was accldently run
ever by a street car yesterday and killed.
It was highly prized by its owner.
At price Misses' and Children's Tan
Shoes. Columbia Shu. Co.
Don't forget that each day', rickets to
the grand .tamd are of a different color.
An elegant Una of Little Gents' Shoes
Juet arrived. Colombia Shoe Co.
The grand water carnival tonight will
be one of the principal attractions of
the regatta. Everybody Bhould turn out.
The lor.g and the snort of It were on
duty at the grand stand yesterday. Tom !
Keegan and L. E. Sellg were ihe door-
I will be a grand affair, and don't f rget
1 to be there.
Lookout for the excursion of Woodmen
to Seaside Sunday morning. Trains l-ave
Flavel dock at 6:40, 7 and 0 o'clock.
Tickets good to return until Monday
j evening. Round trip, $1; children between
3 and 12 years, .7) years.
ANDREW KAN &
367 Commerc.'il Street.
The decorations on the uteamer Tele
phone, D. S. Baker, the Jesle and all the.
other craft in the harbor made a brilliant
For rootling and skvlurhta eo to tha! Mr- F- M- Warren an son, Mr. F .M.
Aatorla Roofing and Cornice Co.. 34 Ninth Warran Jr- camifrymen at the Cascades i leaving O R. K N. dock at 8 p. tn Sat-
M. E. church PreachiriB by the pastor
at 11 a. m. and 8 n. m. Morning elua.
at 10:30 a m Sunday school md League
j at thr usual hours, fmw fine music
I will be rendered by the choir, who will
I be in their places Sunday.
me u. . & x. co. Will seiv the I
fcbramer linker aa special boat through
to Portland withou; nop on Saturday
and Sundai n- hts. Auir.ist 1 nml
Reduction of GO per cent on all goods
at th. Eastern Clock Co.'s, 184 Tenth
Crowds of people arrived on the after
noon boat, yesterday to attend the re
gatta. Mrs. Pease and Mrs. Whitcomb of Port
land are visiting thej sister, Mrs. Capt
When you are looking for fresh fruit,
and vegetable, oall on th. Pacific Gro
cery CO..- ,; : ,
Ox ifretrat tonal churdht Preaching by
th. pastor at 11 a. m. and 1p.m. Morn,
ing theme, "Henceforth a Crown": even-
and Cathlamet, are In the city regimered
at the Occident.
Ladles' Tan and Oxblood Oxfords, ,00
eut to ai.OO, S3.0O cot to .1.80, Laird.
Schober Si Co. D4.00 Oxfords cut to t.(H).
Columbia Shoe Co.
To make the water carnival the grand
success It Bhould be, lanterns for deco
ration will he required. Griffin & Reed
have a full stock.
For fine teas and. coffees use Chase &
Sanborae'B. They are good enough for
anyone. Every package auai-anteed.
Roes, Hlgglns & Co.
urday and 7 p. m. Sunday.
Roe., Hlgglna & Oo. have taken the
agency for the famous ''Corvallto''
fkror. Three carloads arrived here for
them yevterday and they will from
now on furnish dealer, with the same
at mill price, in lot. to suit.
ARE YOU A LOVER OF
WE CAN PLEASE v"" , -
Reading or Distance Classes
t5 00 Eye Glasses for S3.2S, or
13.00 Eye Glosses for 1L75.
Warranted Gold Plated Frames.
Make your friend a beautiful and use.
ful present. We guarantee a perfect fit
by mall providing when you order th.
glasses you answer th. following quea.
Hons: How old Ever used glasses?
How long? Male or female?
GEO. MAYERLE, Expert Optician,
28 Third street San Francisco
Opticians' and Photographic Supplies.
Presbyterian church Services at 11 In
the morning and 8 ln the evening. Sun
day school at 12:15, Y. P. S. C. E. at 7.
Theme of the evening sermon, " The
Importing all onr own gooda and run
ning KM store, enables us to .nit you
to a " T " and nave you all middle
men ' profits.
. . . COFFEE ...
Onr coffees are the finest, avanlv refined
and fnllv flavored, and are sure to
pleaee all lovers of the good.
Spices, Halting Powders and Extract.
are pure, tlint s sure.
Money refunded If goods don't suit
Visit our store, try our Koods and you
will want no other.
GREAT AMERICAN IMPORTING
671 Commercial Street, Aotoria
to a standstill, and placing ft In an up- j Goods Retailed' at Wholesale Price.
A young bicycle rider attracted a small
crowd last night at the corner of Lond
and Eleventh strtset When he first
mounted his whd he creatl no more
curiosity than any ordinary rider, but
before he finished he had tho crowd
cheering. It (teemed that he could do i
almoeit anything with his wheel. He
dertrouly twined and turned uj.'n It,
and rode backwards and forward. . He
rode with ur wheel in the air, aiid then
with tl o.her. He then brought it
..Tho FnHt LaMncfi..
Is open to special charier for excursion
parlies or river freighting.
Dock at Ross, Hlgglns & Co.'. slip.
Leave orders at 2H Bond street
543 Commercial Street
Next to Madison's Cigar Stand
WANTED Young girl living wl'.h pi.
rents, to take cars of ehlldro and do
light housework. Apply at Ol Dusn?
C. C. miOWER.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Flour A Mill Fed,
I'liints, OiIh. VarniHlios,
Doors Jc Windows,
Wagons tv. Vohiclw.
JOHN T. LIGHTER,
Offloe, upstairs, Astorian Building.
DR. O. B. E8TE8,
PHTBIC1AN AND BURGEON.
Special attanUon to diseases of wotnec
Offio. over Danslg.r. store. Astoria
Telephone No. U.
DR. H. L. HENDERSON,
Offlc, Kinney Building, Aatorta
7 to 9 a. m.; U to 1 and ( to 1 p. m.
Special attenton given to th. treatment
of Disease, of the Ey. Chronic DIs-
Da JAY TUTTLB.
PHYSICIAN AND BURQEON
Offlce, room. E and 6, Pythian bulldf
G31tt Commercial St, Re.ld.nc. aam.
Acting assistant surgeon U. 8. Ma
rine hospital service.
J. B. WYATT,
PAINTH onrt OILH.
Sp.clal Att.ntl.a Paid la Supplying Iklps.
Front Billet, foot of Fourth, Astoria.
AND BOILER MAKERS
I-and and Marine Englin-a, Holler Work,
Bteamboat and Cannery Work a spa.
olalty. Calling, of .11 description,
road, to order on short no; loo.
John Fox.. President and Superintendent
A. L. Fox , vioe President
O. B. Prael Secretary
Astoria Savings Bank Treasurer
H. A. SMITH.
Room. 1 and 2. Pythian Building
over C. H. Coopar. .tor..
H. T. CROSBY,
Ml Commercial street
Q. A. BOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Offlo. on Bond street, Astoria, Or.
Chester V. Dolph. Richard Nlxea
IXLPH S, NIXON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon. U. 21.
Hamilton Building. All la.al an1
lection busln-e. promDtlr attend. t
Claim, against th. government a ape-
Portland Saving, tank Bldg.
flstoHa Public Library
READING nOOM FRED TO ALU
Open .very day from I o'olock to 1:80
and 6:80 to 1:80 p. m.
Subscription rate. 83 per annum.
8. W. Cor. Elovanth and Duan. Stre.ta,
HOP LE2 CO.
Underclothing made tn older. Hull and troniar.
made a perfect fit. Every order punctu
ally on time, riatlsfaetlnn guarautt.d.
Cheaper Tha. Any Other Tlsce la the Gltjr.
weien nioea. an. commercial It.