The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, October 22, 1897, Image 4

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    THE DAILY ASTORIAN. FRIDAY MORNING, OOTOHKK 25f, 1IUI7.
J. V. MARIEN & CO
Groceries, Meat and . . .
. . . General Alerchandise
1602 FRANKLIN AVENUE
We meet all prices. Call
JUST NOW-
A Large Variety of
Children's School
Shoes, the
Best on
Earth
V gggggggasg,
Call and See Our Nofcfcy High!
School Walking Boot
At tbe Oil Reliable Stand-
- John Hahn & Co.
"""" 479 Commercial St
A. V. ALLEN.
Groceries, Feed, Fruits,
Vegetables, Crockery,
Logger's Supplies.
Cor.Tantb and Commercial street.
CHAS. KAN & CO
367 Commercial St-
Dealer In
Chinese and Japanese Curios, Fine
Decorated China Ware, Silk
Fancy Goods.
Manufacturers of Ladies' and
Children's Underwear
Gent's Shirts Made to Order.
TODAY'S WEATHER.
Rain; galea along the coast.
Umbrellas
LOCK. KEY
AND ?KvWNii
MACHIXE4.
Also all I-tfrht
M ichinery.
C. H. Orkwitz
443 M ANE.
Repaired
Pikes cut Id two.
AROUND TOWN.
FRIDAY.
Noble things the great past promised;
Holy dreams, both strange and new;
Butt the Present shall fulfill them.
What she promised he ahaTl do.
Adelaide Proctor.
Try Schllunr " a oain powow.
Oty council tonight.
R. A. Hawkins was over from nwaco
yesterday.
Wear Dunbar's
and be harpy-
50 cent corset
Dave Ketth iand Martin Ryan were In
from John Day's yesterday.
Groceries at the lowest prices at
Pacific Grocery Co.
tbe
The Occident oorrtlor is ornamented
by one of Jim Laws' new heaters.
Our price are the lowest in tha city.
Call and tea us. Pacific Grocery Co.
Chas. Henry and Lawrence England,
of Pillar Rok, spent yesterday In the
city.
New, at Columbia Shoe Co.,
Laird, Schoher & Co.'s ladies' fine
Khocs.
Referring to the matter of the county
roads, Judge Gray said yesterday that
the county court stood ready to levy
thte neoftseary onset men t for road.',
but fca yet no petitions had been pre
sented for them ito act upon. Parties who
want roads should petition to the court
Bo that the matter can le acted upon.
At tha best there are always those who
object to every Improvement by remon.
trance.
$200022
r
' Economy: save 10 cents on
a package of "cheap" baking
powder and eat the cake.
You couldn't do better for
your doctor.
Schilling's Best money-back
Daking
powder is at your
proccr's.
A Schilliog h Company
San I- ranciKo
200
Suits to order,
from $12.50 "P
Pants to or der .
from $3.00 "P
..FLYNN, the Tailor..
and see us and te convinced.
Peter Wains wa In from the VehiCera
yewtecday.
Flcishcr's
Dunbar's.
knitting worsted ut
Fin, cabbage for kraut at Rosa,
Has Co. 'a
Hl-
Everybody la signing the Your.g'a bay
bridga petition.
At the bowing alleys yesterday W. C.
Laws scored St.
Steel shod shoes for boys. i.o.
i lumhia Shoe Co.
! J. E. Foye. of Sooth Pond, registered
! t the Occident yesterday.
j In the police court yesterday John Poe
j wa fined 12 for being Intoxleuted.
j J. F. Hotm. of Vancouver. Is In the
eJty. stopping at the Parker house.
I Thos. Boyle was In from Weetport yes.
terday, the guest of the Parker house.
Umbrella covered and repaired by a
practical workman, at 1SS Ninth street.
; A. F. Mills, of Vancouver, was In the
1 ctty yesterday anj stopped at the
OccWent.
1. John Adair, of Sunnyroend. wtia In
! the cliy yesterday, haul at work on the
I bridge matter.
j Seal, calfskin and crack-proof
calf winter shoes for ladies. Co-
lutnbia Shoe Co.
. i Ashland peaches cheap and rood ; lo
! a large supply of other fine frultg at
, Rosa. Hlggtns Co.
The ladies of the M. E. church will
hold their annual bazar and fancy goods
1 silo Friday, December 10
The improvement In Foard & Stoker
store Is nmring compMlon. and when
finished tha stock will be rearranged.
i
i Go to the Parlor, successors to C B.
Smith, for pure. gweet cream and fresh
creamery butter and buttermilk every
day.
! DecMve stops have been taken by the
j city council for the Improvement of
1 Eighth and Seventh streets to Young's
! hay.
Furnished room to rent, with good Uble
board, at reasonable rates, at Mrs. E. C.
j noiuen s, corner or Duane and Ninth
: atreeta.
j
1 It wus reported yesterday that th
Potrimpos had moved several feat more
; towards deep water, but the report cou.d
i not be con firmed.
i
;
Pat Lawier went to C.atsop Pkain?
i yesterday, hunting for ducks and ireese
I ani1 wok 'tth hl a good sl-d purse,
! He s"m UD a number of fin- ducks last
night.
! When you want a real lifelike and
artistic photo, don't fall to call on Snod-
'Theadof ITv " Ut
The coroner's jury in th- Fiilang.s
oae will leave up for Hi ft on this mom.
in on tlw Fanchon, CLpUin Dainty,
and oomp!ete the tnvespulon as t0 xtu
responoibiltty for his death.
Fred has made arran?em-nts to detv-r
eysters to any part of the city for o
cents a pint. Ea.-t.-rn, on half shell, als'o
crabs, clams. Shoa; water bay erawn.-h.
Open tlM 2 a. m. Opp,;, Astorl.m.
t
Th man who did not have th- l,l.j.-s
ytcHay must have b-en impervious to
afj klndH of wither. Tht- flr.e October
spoiled mot Antorlans, but it is thoujrhf
thf-y will soon p-t Into the r -ttular Tak
again.
Meflow as a drink. M!con--. ;n rh.
tali?, was the vrdl-t or, Cyruk o,ie
I'i i'.-.urnon Whiskey on th.- voyair t
thn steamer T'.io" to vk0ham:i In Jan-uan-
of thU ywir. It l- v.- .iriivcr..-.!
; v..r.Mr-t. Its r.-putr.tion Is int.-rr, .tionai.
i ,s fJ"y by any o-.er Am'-r-l'-an
whiskey.
Mr.-. I'tiU ip-. Wlfi- of f':.p-;i Ph:nps
of th- P. rry. wit soot, ,rVe frorn the
iiFt and Join th- ej.pt.tn :,nd ,;1t.,t,.r
j h'r" for ti" wlnir-r. M phn 'who
hns iK-.-n with h'r f-,.ther on tl,- six
months cru:e In TV-hring a ,.h.-,rm.
: I..R brunet-e of about :wcr,.y. an ,.rom.
pUh-i society hdy. and will an ad
' dltlon to Aytorla'it fim,.ir... .i..r ..
I ii-'h- nuririg Tr.e
; season. Th. c;,ptan has t-.Hen the now.
!c!5 house for th- w nfe,. wW(, Mr,.
I Phillips wii: no doubt l,e found a pl.-au.
ant an entertainer as the captain U on
Iioard ship.
lMitkl hosiery at Ptinbar's.
C. H. CWlomtar wo over from Knapp
n yetnki'.
Children's .school uinbrvlln.s, 50
cents, at Dunbar's.
Bicycle and repair shop at IK Ninth
street. Ch a rites reasonable.
AiKlttvvr Kuittner'a new ottlix move is
thtivar at beauty mid heat fur rr.
Henry Ino, f CmKxtln, tr., Is In
th city, qtNirtcrcd at the Purkor hvmso.
Ask for sample of Chase A Sanborn's
famous teas, at Ross, Hlmr ns Co.'i,
Julius M. ilw,. of Svin Frrtmt-. sHnt
yewtenlay tn the olty, rho Ktuwt of the
Ckvldent.
J. A. Cranston. J. A. .Held ami i K.
Etns, of Portland, are In the otty. ittiewts
of Uin CVx-hlont.
P. J. Meany, the leadlnf merchant
tailor, S7 Tenth St. The highest price
paid for fur skina.
The Foard atokos tea window Is
an ornamental pteoe of work. And loo
like a Ctikt!w Importer's frvmt.
Dry flr slab woot for .:. Astoria
ljnd & Investment Cj., Oomnu-rol.il and
Klphth atreets. TWolphone KJ.
C. O. Palmbers, the leadlnf contractor
and builder. Is prepared to do all kinds
of Jobbing and bulldlruj work; 473 Puane
street .
The Astoria Progressive Commercial
ajtsoclation held Its rejn('.ir meeting list
ntgnt and tr.uvnctet much business of
Import .nce.
A carload of "Hot Blaaf and "Queen"
heitters received: lattot tnroenients.
Do not buy befor comparing quality
and price. Fisher Brothers, sale agents.
Onpt. F. M. White, who Nis Just pur
chjuJ th stetuwr Augusta. Is alt rn.Iy
for so and wtU smC for Settle wh.-n
the wetithcr Is favoniNe. Th cutHaln
mrwta a hirgv Sew York syndicate
which ha acquired iwiwty anl mining
ctiihns hB throuvh Atei before the
KiWKllka wiis born. They ar miners
an.! will now do development work on a
targe soule. In sjMiklng of his plans
yenterday, Chptain White, who Is an
old friend of Hon. Bon. Young In Itnttsh
tVtumhkk. and wns Miking with him
n the time, smld to an Aseonnn rvpre.
sentntive: "I will make one pref.imi
nary trip t once with the Augusta cur.
rytng our engineers and workm"n with
their supplier to Alnska. I'pon my re.
turn win go to New York and will bring
from there nrournl the Horn a steamer
ahout the "tie of the O. W. Kder. which
fe will use aa our supply and transfer
boat from Seattle. Our company Is In
k to stay and already has ninny fine
calms."
Peter Wage, who wus In from the N"e
hnlm wesrterday. speiikmg of his new
flour mlt enterprise, wild: "I will erect
my mill on my own pla about three,
fourth of a mile bo'.ow Fl.-hhitwk f.if.s
on the main Flshhawk river. I purixw
to grind flour for the farmers of the
NVhoJem valley for home con.sumption.
and thus Increase- the raising of wheat
In our vicinity. In another year we win
raise all our own flour, which wK! mean
a saving to the valley of three to four
thousand doCfaira annually. If we had
gonil roads we could slip our bran and
shorts) into Asnortn, and ffll the mntnet
here. A farmer coming to town, besides
other produce, could bring a Vmd of
bran.out of which he could make enough
to take back home groceries) or cloth.-s.
I s)bniU commence the work of getting
out the timbers for the dam and will
burtMing this winter. Neit summer when
the water la low I will build the dam.
and wCI he rendy to grind wheat In the
fafl. If the merchants of Astoria ere
willing to help out In the projee. I
believe they wfT. gwt thedr money bock
twice) over. Most of the people In the
valley are tn favor of good roods, and
are rfuiy to help outt with money or
work. Passable roads are what wTl
hrlrur eetUers to Clatsop county. People
ar what we want, and to get them we
must have roads."
Pree! Free!
THE....
Stormer
Bicycle
Given Free
With American's Best
Teas
Coffees
Spices
AT THE
GREAT AMERICAN IMPORTING
TEA COMPANY'S
571 Commercial Street
Astoria
Free Wheels to hove, "iris, gen
tlemen and ladies.
Wheels real easy to get with our
Teas, 20c, 2oc, 30c, 300, 40c, 50c
r.nr nound: Coffee. 15c, 20c, 25c,
30c, 35c, 40c per pound; Spices,
10c, 10c, W):, zc per can.
Wheels Free an good Wheels
as money can buy.
Th Wg no-'aetem eltgule of the West
Shore Ml' Is (V. Is soon to Ite run r a
new sot if U( , vrs f more tlmn tlueo
Uni. tho eniNiclty of the pivocnt K'ller.
Mr. Tom Trutllnger ta very busy put
ting up the new boilers. Just east of the
ml holler house, where a new bouse w il
le bitlt after the iww bol'ers atv In
piece tul the TV) f.Ht i)i.keil.'k has
been rlsl. Tills plant Is already one
of tlw lt In (he wiMSt, and with the
Improvement being made tl cointvirc
with anything on The const. The new
hodors ill',, tubular boilers of the tln.xst
workmanship, built by the Hronell
Holler Works. ClnoHmtl. Ohio. They
are a1 feet long, are nwide of only two
sheotw of stw: contwln !AS tubes: me of
l hors p,mer ,uh. and l-l Ix- allowed
to itirry 1(" vinds of stivitn. The old
boiler had to he forced to mis,. IiV nntls
of steam. Such large plate s are used
In thse UiKera oaiiuol 1 nlled on this
oxmis;. which ftr1! til, ciniony to place
Its order In the east It Is oxpeotid tn
have flro In the new furnace, the fount.i.
Hons for which ar,, being Imirt ui from
the U-aoh. tn aNuit two wcks. The
fuel to to usil wtl! be iilut hin.lt. . I
frMn Ivirges by aulottKittc nidi'htnery
which will drop Uv l. dtrivtly litt,
tht fitrnius. T1h ftirnatvs are butt
however, to burn anything from spruce
logs up. Wh.'n Ontjshoil the company II
have sver enough to suiM'ty a el'y t ce
as kirc. as Astoria.
TUN CiltiTIT (Vl'lST.
The adjourned ses.sion of the circuit
court opened yesterday with Judge Mo
Hrlde on the bench. A number of order
wore ,Mterel and several arguments
heard.
Mnt Point, a native of Itussiia. and
Niels P. Madln. a natlv of lVnmark.
were admitted to I'nlted Stat-s cltlsen.
ship.
In the suit of D. K. Warren, assignee,
vs. M. J. Kinney et al. decree of for-,
closure was entered as icr stlpulitlen
A-andlnas.in Benevolent Svl.ty vs
Mary I. Ol'.lette 0t J. .bvr.v of foreeiew.
nn entered.
Victor Aindenon -s. Hermosu I'.irk In
veHtment Co.. defendant allowed to Mti
amenihil answer.
Astoria hI ami Coal y.ml s. Pavel
HotN (V. judgment by default and order
of sale of attached property.
Ross. Hlgglns Co. vs. same, same
vrvlor.
F. P. Wlnton vs. O. B. ilste. motion
to strike out part of the complaint argue I
and auhmtted -to the court.
Rw. Hlggins & Co. vs. V. F.. Warren,
onler confirming s.ile entered.
Chas. Pwycr vs. Flaw! Hotel Co. et al
Judgment for plalntlfT by coits.-nt and
onVr of side of nttacheil pntperty en.
tered.
The Jury was ex -used until Monday
morning.
John Irag,!ch v Fred Wlekm.m nn l
9. Klmore. an trial.
PANV.KR IN" 8i.I.
Serious Result Sometime Foilow Its
KxceMatva I'se.
Common s.-.la is right in It. pl.i.-e
asd IndlspensaUe In the klt.-lu-n and
for reeking and washing purposes, hut
It was never lnten,ll for a m.-ll.-ine.
and peopj. ho use it a such will onie
day rt gret It.
We r. fer to th,, common ue (,f ri,.l i
to relieve heartlmrn er s-.ur sM.n.i -h a
habit which thousands of p-opi,. pr , ...
the almost dally, and on.. M.-h
fraught with danger: m..r.-ov-r the
stla only give, temporary relief and In
the end ttw sto.niu-h trouble get w.-s,.
and worse.
The s-sla acts a. a meehane.-, rr.
tant to the waCis of th.. s:m i. h and
bowels and casr-s are on reonl when- It
accumulate.1 in the Intestines, causing
death by Inflammation or pt-rlt,tltl.
Pr. Hartandson r.'commi'nil as the
safest and siifsit cure for smir stomach
(nedd dyspepsia) nn excellent prepari.
Hon sold by druggists und-r the na.ne
of Stuart's r-sr-twla Tablet.. These
tablets nre large 3 grain lox-ng-s, very
pleasant to taste and contain the nat
ural acids. pT'toncs nn. digestive .-.
ments ess.-ntlal to good ingestion, an-l
when taken after meals they dig.; i,..
food perfectly and promptly before It
has time to ferment, sour and poison
th blood and nervous system.
Pr. Wuerth states that he Inv.-H il.iy
uses Stuart's Dy-ipepsla Tablets In all
cases or stomach derangements and
finds them a certain cure not only for
sour stomach, hut by promptly ,i!ifet
Ing the food they create a healthy ap.
petite. Increase fle,,),. and strengthen the
action of the heart and liver. Thy nr
not a cathartic, but Intended only rv.r
stomach dls-ase and wvikneW4, nnd
wn be found rXlablo in any stom.ch
troubl.) except cancer of the stomch
AH druggists sell Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets at wicts. per package.
A little, book describing all forms of
stomach weakness and their cure
malle.1 frc, t,y aMT,nK ,n(. j,tinrt
company cf Marshall. Mich.
N'OTICK TO CONTItAfrrOltfl.
Bids wK be reeelvr-il at the ofnee. of
'-"I.ln. arehlt..t, rm 11.1 Shamihnn
bufallng, at 1 o'-.m-M. p. m., Haturdav
Orrtolx-r 23. IW. for the construction of
a frame dwelling. liond to fill amount
lit contract r-ipilred. Plans at archi
tect's olllce. rtlght to riject any and all
bids Is reserved.
YOCNO MEN'S M'KIN'MCY C'LUIl.
A meeting of the Young Men's Mc.
Klmley club will I hel.j at the office, of
Hon. V. J. Ta.or, Frhlay evenlrur, Oc
tober 22, at 8 o'clock. liy order of the
president.
D, A. M'l.BA.V, Secretary.
TRKASI : li ICR'S NOTI C 1 1 .
Notice Is hereby given that there Is
funds In the city treasury to pay all
warrants drawn on the general fund, and
Indorsed prior to April 12, Interest
will ceaso after this date.
J. W. CONN,
City Treasurer.
Astoria, October 10, 1W.
AN APPEAL FOR CIOTHINO.
Help the poor and needy by sending
clothing to the parlors of the W. C.
T. I'. In Rescue hall on a.r,v Thursdnv
from 2 p. m. till S p. m.
Warrenton Is
Columbia Harbor
Land Co.
CORNER...
BOND and ,
ELEVENTH STS.
MA on application.
t A flesh cnrvlnu .loth Is a great help
to ki.-pliu: the bi''1' l",",M "lM,ll,"
! TH (M U7a Ci'I.I' IN i'NK 1.Y
Tnke laxative Hromo yulnliie Tablets.
All druggists rend the money If It falls
to cure; Sc. K-'r sale by Charles Uogera,
' NuTli'l'OK IMIMb'N TOIMril". KM II
' AX PITH STUM f AXI M Aii A It A AV
' KM 11 HU'M a. It M A 1 M 1 l'u V
AVKNI'K
Xolliv U li.rebv giwu Unit the I out limit
I iium II of lite Itv ef A.loi ta. iu . .11.1 on till'
I 'tli rtav o(i'. to!-, r v.':. hv t. ..luli"H. ord.-r
nndillnvt the All.lllel and I'ell.-. Ju.U. ol
said elly I" tile-. I. In tl -.- l'lillv .l..rlali o(
A.t.Tla. tor leu .lav . tlell.-e ol t.'d I .'tltlll.Ul
tollll.tl Ihlenlloll t." Iliiikr the tolli'WIIHJ
llllplov i Itl.'tll. to-vt it
llml lilt .tie. I. Hum I. land Au ntie litio
J Musurtt Avenue. Ih.n.v .Nihssis A-iiiie
ir.. tn counc il.. ti villi. io ...l Improve-
ni. ti; of vti.l Mh .tn . t, In mid liitolth Tret.
tin-lice ."til .lr.,1 iM tii n ienin'. lloli ltli the
' pro .i'l un c to v .-uu-iil et N 1 114 a 'a A i' it in', to
uorlh side ol li Av.iiur. Ih liupmiiil by
KtSilllie Mild SHtl"li, I'f "It'll lo. I S'ld SW
lliu lot the t v ol tueive mill ulii-llulf feel
on .un h ..!. . I tie i m. i In-"' thi'K"! to lite
i.'iil'li.h.d vrude ll rtiet; uud by plunking
the .Hue it 1th I' l.nli lhie iti. lif to tvele
Inches tol the -.itiii ol .1 t .11 Iri'l u l.lc oil
the .r.lng. mid en Un- oilier poitLui. of I Ito
llliprovrllli lit III, iv . fi t Ide l fe.l Wide
on .iii-li milref t tie .-. nt, r :iu- Aio by i"viii
siruitliii; n siilrnslk on one .ntr of said
Ifra.t. .1 ,rtiitu, fViur (cri w ide.
( Mild U ii e tug and luiul-. r to be new 10111111
fir.
rtu inipnoriiiant t.i tc 11u1.li' In u.'..rd
finee Willi Itie iti'Ui'rul iirillnail.'e. 410 erltlllg
1 111 1-rv.v i li.ei. t of . 1 1 cel., mid nil Hi"' p.s laj
'lali uud v!fb utlon. 1 rr-ur. .1 tor till. Im
trovetii. til to the eltv .urvi v.ir.
Till llni'rov elii. nl liall tn- Snow 11 and tie.
MlKlinl.-d a iiuiitf . pay tinpriO. Ilirnt No. I.
'Ihe ili.irli-t of littiil. and j'r-nti.r o ho
Ixin til. d. ami wliirli sill lr ts-nefttrd b (lie
alnivi- iiu no. iii.-nl. mid usia wdu b .p-i-lai
a... .Mil. tit .hall be li-i I. il to Ji lru llirco.:
anil . v ,-u.. .: .aid imp o v , 11.. i.t, 1 a.
riic
lligluiiiuic at the north east .-irtn-r of lot '2 of
t'l.s-k V. of Met ittrr. A.lottn. a. ,'Uclidi.l by
i'vru. nlii. v, tlirate n.-nili alonx lliri-iiter
line of b;.s-i. vi and :.i to the i.orfh ru.t cor
nrr of lot .', I. s It!; iliriu .' u.t nlnni; north
line of block I! i l. ih north . a. t corner there
of; tll.'tl.r Hotllh uioli,; (he ,-ti.l line of bl.M-i.
Ill and lo 11, rthi ii.t ii-rurr o bhs k 1
thi'ln-e , .t 11I0111; tie- north line of hUs-k Ijii
to north . n.t corn.-r t .1 rif; tin nee .otitli
in. no; nut Hue of I111.I1 I , I tl, bt In niirlli
e.i.t conn r of l l. k ..r .11I..IIV M..11 l.l.s'k
No .' .of . In. v . mblltloii I., A.toila. a. laid
out and re.'unlrd bv llu.ti, r and .Mk- n. elr'
cutor.; thcii. i.m t n'oh' north line et .Mid
bl... k to the tiot tli rn.t i-orni-r t l.t-r.-.-f. Ilirllre
ollth .1 IC, 'in, ol l-l. k. '1, V It, JI
and to th.-...ir.b . ,i.i. . ..rtirr ,. .aid block
In .111,1 .'lilltioi,. lion.,- v..t.rlv at.'iiif
outh boiin-larv .,i bn.kSo. ..i'.. - J. -t
lunl I lo w.-jtb .-.t n.rii. rof b!a-k IM:
tl-.-nr,- north ulo 111: the v.-. lln. of block, u
.1 Zi. I. II mill .'tiu.i-i'l.iiei ,-i-rut-ror ld
bl... k I hci.. . en,i al. ,tig the north line
block 2 .Hill .1 to a 1 11 1 VI I let c till1 I'll.t 11 tie
of.; h .ti. et if 1 t. t,,:, .1 Moult Inter.)'-I th,.
nonh lln, of .iii.i bio, k . tie in-, north along
tin- cii.t II tie of hl.M-k. I T, 1 1.1 and 1.1 or Mr.
linn-. A.torln. 11. . xtiudi d t y ( rti ilney.
to the nonh w.-ci corner of .nbl I I.h k li;
then. 'i' ca.t itlntig tlir norlh line of blork I J
to nortli-w .t corner of block 14; thence
nonh uiong mil line of l,l. c. 1.1 uud llu to
uorlh we t corner of bl.s k ll't. tin-lice riut
iilonit north line of said bl.s k llu to norlh
af corner of tot .' in raid I lock tin; thence
north aloiiK ili.-c. nti r line of hlo. k '7 and 7
to iiortli i-a.t corner of lot btis-k sT; tiiciice
cii.t iiIouk tin- north line of hl k. 7 and M
, to the phu e of IH-Kliinlt it. All In Ihe city of
Astoria.
J Now. therefore, unless n reuion.trnncr
signed by Ihe r Hl.l.-iat of Hi, city of A.lorla
' ovvnliiK more than oik- hull ..f the .n.Tty In
I the above ili-M rlbcd district shall be filed
with tin- iiml, -r.lgued by the time of tlie next
r.-Kular incetitii; ,,f the common council of
aid city ivii Nov. ,, j.-;,. ,,ft,.r Mild ten
days' puhllcution of this nciici-. the .11111 coin
fiion cotineii will priscril to miikn .aid Im
provement; but ,., ,,., reiiioustninre
shall be nn filed, then .aid Improvement can
only be authorised by a two-thirds vol
of nil tin- iii' iiiber. of the .aid council.
A.birla, dr.. Oct. ."J, l-i.
II. K NHIJsd.N,
Auditor ami I',,llce Judni- of Ihe City of
Astoria.
Report of the Condition
or T"K
First National Bank
OF A8TORIA,
At Asb rla. In the Stale of (iri-gon, at the close
of bllilliess, October 'i, I KIr7.
HRsoritcr.
loan and dlsrnunts
Ovetii rafts seeiiri-it :iiidtiiiieeilri"i'""
.tn,UM so
. r.,nn wi
. i a nun no
r. M. Iloiei. to -i-cure circiiUtlon
I'r-iniiMi. - on II H. honils .7...'...'.
Stocks, seeiirltles. etc
fither Ileal kmate an. I Morlgagea
iiwni-d
l.oo Id
t,'.m U
1,-M7 M
line froui natniiuii hunk
atfltttsi
t resi-rve
4M, Kg) H
2,T.t 77
ss.tut 17
li rsi
tr. iki
24 1.1
Hue from slate banks ami bunkers
Hue from approve! reserve sucnlV
lieek and othr-r iil, Items
Not) of other null., mil banks
Nlck.-ls aiifl ci.nta
LAWri.'l. MOMKY IlKSKIlVK IN llAKg, VlXt
-, l.o no
I.ei.1 lender holes t, , -,,M2 ,n
Ited, niption fuiiil w ill I . s Irea.urer
(rpereent.,i,-iri'ualloi, r2 AO
T",;i1 M7.VI7" V
I IAI1II.I lll'S
Caiilta1 stock pitl, I i,
Huriiins fiiml
I n, li viilc, I prollis I e.
penses at i in,., j H,,
National bunk notes out-
staii.liui
One to Statu liiiii'ks'Vi'n.j
Hank r
IndlvliliiHl ,c,,iik .1,1,"
f .',0,000 110
tll.MIU If)
fo.-W 94
Jeet to cheek n,,mv)
Iier,n.nd eertilh Kt.- of il,,.
I'OU .1. r VHl ll-.fi k,
Certified checks "Ill (if)
Total
I7'.,37 1
Hi ate ol Ori-eon,
O.lint' of I'lalsop, ( s"-
I. rv. -.. .,-icot., c:,,:i,-r of Hie above nmed
bank,, lo solemnly sweat that Ihe above slatft
tiient i,lriieiothel,-t f ,v knowledge and
"J1',' i. . . H- H "H'ON. (ashler,
tillhserlhe. ami swum l i..i ...1 .i.i. nth
day of October, I(i7.
I- KAL1 ''. It. THOMHON,
Correct- At te,, . Notary Pul.lhi
W. M. I.AMi. ,
the Best
THE CENTER,
ON THE
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?
ruK hint.
WcAV.S
KtU KKNT-Furnished nsuns.
suite or l utile, by the day or m.ui'.h
Hotel Tic he, under entire new mniia--iitcul
)tv mltictuvn In ralea. Mrs
il. V. Purler, manager, d rievmta
and Franklin.
I'ltOKKHHIONAI) OA HUH
c. c. ninnvicu. j
ATTHUNKV AT LAW,
liunderson Unit. Un.
Astoria. Oregon.
II. T. ClUWliT,
ATTtTtNKT.AT-l.AW.
Ml Commercial stil
I
' Chester V. Dolph. Itlchard Nlisa
I'ul.pll & NIXON,
ATTOHNKT8 AT I.AW.
; Portland. Oregon. II. M. 3 and r
llatnlllon lUilldlng. All legal and (nl
lection bualn as promptly attended ta
Claims against the governmsi l a :
1 .tally.
j tll. JAY Tt'TTt.K.
PHYSICIAN AND Ht'lUSEON
' rimoe, rooms & and . Pythian bulldg
UIW C'omnierelal Ht, ltsldence mhii
i Telephtma M.
Acting assistant surgeon t'. 8. Ma
rlne hospital service.
I. Q A. IIOWLBT.
ATTOHNKT AND CtH'NHELOn
i AT LAW.
Office, on Hond stnMt. Astoria. Or
DIL O. B. EHTE8.
PHYSICIAN AND HCKCKON
Rpeclal attention lo diseases of womee
and surry.
omca over Pant'gnr'a stora. Astoria
Telrphona No. H
DIL H. L. IIENDICltHON.
Offlcs. Klnury llulldtng. Astoria
OITIca hours.
7 to I a. m : 11 to I and 1 lo I p. m.
Special attenton given lo tha trsatmrni
of Ilseaa of the Ky fhronlc IU
run, and Burtfr-ry.
H A SMITH.
PKNT1ST
Konma 1 and 1. Pythian lUilldlng
over C. H. Cooper'g atora.
JOHN T I.IOHTEK,
ATTOKNET-AT-LAW.
omca, upstairs. Aitortan liulldlng.
SOCIETY MEETINOH
TEMPLE I.OIK1E NO. 7, A. F. an4
A. M Regular communications hald on
( the first and third Tuesday avenlng of
aach moelh.
I 0. W. LOHNBHKItRT, W. If.
i E. C. HOLDEN, Secretary
GO EAST
. . VIA . .
Library Car Route
AMERICA'S BCKNIC LINE.
flesli la
Kock
Hallast
.No
Dust
Dlnioq
C.r
Carte
Tha all-rail route to Kootenai mining
dlatrict, via Seattle and Spokane
Shortest and Quickest Line
-TOV
$1. Fill, MiKjpolis,
Duluth, Chicago
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Through Palace and Tourist
8epers, Dining and Library Obasrva
Hon Cara.
Doily TrolriH
...FtiHt Time
B-IKRVirE AN I' HCKNKIiY UN EAQIHI.KI)
For tickets and full Information cat
on agent O. It. & N. Co. or address
A. B. C. DENNI8TON,
C. P. A T. A., Portland. Or
II. C. STEVENS. O. W. P. A., Seattle,
UREHNHR 5c HOLMES
Blacksmiths
Telephon No. 02.
Special Attention Paid to Stoarahoat Ko
pairing, First clusa HorHCHhoolng, Etc.
Logging Camp Work a Speciality.
A Hand&oivivj
Is one of tbe grcau d . .. ...
possess. I'oitiu:. i ' a (. . .
givas''.
i-.y.vn
vooi.id can
i jv.i,i.u
r
OF DEVELOPMENT
WEST SIDE
OIVKH CI I OK' 113 or
Transcontinental
K0UTH5.
Via Spokane and St. Paal
Via Ogdun, Denver and
Omaha or Kansas City.
I
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Ct
. Astoria to San Franelseov
Stitm i,f Oilir.una. Wnlneaday, Or.
lob.r
i '.,tniiti i, tobi), io'.,,.-r i.
Htois of (ili.p.rtiia. Haturlay, Oxtobat
J
olotnlMa. Thursday. N'ov.-mbor 4
Htatn of i Vllfiirnu, Tuloy, Nov em
M-f 9
tviuiniit-i. SuiHlay, N..v otiii-r ti
Stat of Oallf.srnta. I'tlday, N.ivi.inli
;.
t'otunibla, Wnlttemlay, Novoinlier l.
rtiatn of t Niltforiila, M 'li-U. Nn eta
lief 3
For rata and general tnrortmatlon
en sr ad-traaa
O. W. l,Ot'Nf IIKHRT,
Agaal.
W. II MUHMll-'llT.
n. I'at Aft , Portland. Ar,
j TIIIH IIAII.WAY fMMPANT
Hp.-rair. Its trains on t!r famous block
i saiem.
l.lKlits Its trains by i-lr-ctih liy ilirougk-
out.
! 1 a th" c. I.braii'd .l.ctrlc In-rth rsd-
lag lamp.
1 linn. spb-nlblly r4ulpied paaasngnr
irilna every day and nlglit Msrii
HI Paul and ( hl-ngt1; I'm
ClItt'AUO, UII.WAI KKK A HT. I'Al'U
! Also operates) ste).in.lieam vastlbuled
j trains, rarryintf tha latent isrlvats caa
, purtmnnt cars, l.hrary buffst ainoklng
j cars, an I pal o drawing room ales-paca.
Parlor cars, free recl.nlng chair vara aad
the very lieal dining oar aervlcs.
For lowest rates lo any point In the
I'n.tisl Htatea or Canada, ajiply to
ticket ugont, or aildresa
C. J. EPDY, General A-t,
J. W. CA8BY, T. P. A.
Portland. Or
ARB YOU OOINO EAST?
ARK YOU OOINO EAST?
A HE YOU UOINO KAHTT
lla sure ami se that your
ticket reads rla
THE NOimi-WEHTEUN LINE
THE NOHTH.WKHTEKN I.I NIB
1 1 1 K NOllTP WBsTEIlN LINB
1 HE NOPTH.Wi8TITnN LINE
The
CHICAGO, 8T. PAUL,
MINNEAPOLIS AND
OMAHA RAILWAYS
Tills U tha .
OKICAT HIlOHT LINE
Ilitw.-en
DL'LUTII, SAINT PAUL CHICAOO
And nil Polula Eust and Houth.
Their Magnltlconl Track, Pserleea Vesttl
bubsl Dln.ng and BliMiplug Car
Trains and Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIME"
Have given this road a national reputa
tion. All claases of pnaaetutara oarrt4.
on the Vcstlhulod trains wllhout extra,
charge. Ship your freight and travel
ov-r this famous line. All iigonta hava
tickets.
F. C. SAVAGE, T. F. and P. A.
W. H. MEAD, General Agent,
248 Wiishlngtno St., Portland, Or.
riarble and (Iranlte
inHorr & minar,
.TJI K. MiiiiUnii Nt , Cortland, Or
... A I.I. K I N'D.H Ol' CK.MFTHHY WOKIC.
J. B. WYATT,
Phont No. 68 Astoria, Ortgea
Mnrclware,
Ship Chnndlery,
(jrocerie,
Provisions,
FA1NTB and OIL.H.
Sptclal Attsntloa Paid to Supplying Ship