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T1IK DAILY ASTOttlAM, WEDNESDAY MOKNINO. NOVEMBER 17, 197.
COLUMBIA SHOE COMPANT
TOR REN TV A lure fumtaheil front
room. Apply 621 Franklin avenue.
Occassional rain; warmer.
I doubt not bhroutfi the ok, on la
creasing purpose runs. Tennyson.
Try BehllUng't Best tea and baking powder.
Ftoa cabbage for kraut at Rosa, Hlg
rins Co. 'a
Groceries at the lowest prices at U
Faclflc Grocery Co.
LAMBS WOOL SUPPER SOLES, X
CENTS, AT DCNBAR'8.
LADLES' BILK MITTENS, 60 CENTS
TO 12.60 AT DUNBAR'S.
For real life-like and artistic photos,
call cm Snodsrass, the fototrrafsr.
Ask for sample of Chnse Sanborn's
famous teas, at Ross. Hlg-r.ns Ox's.
CHILDREN'S WOOLEN MITTENS.
IS CENTS PER PAIR, AT DUNBAR S.
You cm always find the best cram ry
butter and sweet, fresh cream at the
The biir steam shovel wiH go to the
front- today to commence operations on
the various cuts.
James 8. Etrsrards. H. Orchard, Port
land; T. If. Girder, Warrenton, are at
ths Parker bouse.
Dry flr slab wood for sale. Astoria
Land St Investment Co., Commercial and
Eighth streets. Telephone 99.
See the funny Utile man.
James Qulnn, of Qufun's landing, t
In the city.
Hear His eatitfiy new won songs, at
the Wlsard Oil show.
LADIES' CASHMERE GLOVES. B
CENTS. AT DUNBAR'S.
Bicycle and repair ahop at Its Ninth
street. Charges reasonable.
Our prices are the lowest la ths city.
Call and see us. Pacific Grocery Co.
Umbrellas covered and repaired by a
practical workman, at 1SS Ninth street.
The Columbia Iron Works t engaged
In compounding the engines of the Mller.
The specialties at the Wlsnrd Oil show
are flrot-claos and the best seen heto
for long tlmk
P. J. Meany, the leading merchant
tailor, 13" Tenth St. The highest price
paid for fur skins.
At tlw A F. C. alleys yea.erd.ty Mrs.
lngulla scored 9. Herman Wise was
high man with a more of 3.
Samuel H. Maddock nnd France E.
Rtlea procured a marriage !:c-no yes
terday In -the county clerk's offloe.
Mr. O. W. Tackahury. represrnSIng
Sht-rwood & Sherwood, the ltv'.c.ile
grocers, paid Astoria a 1nlt yeetrdny.
The CVK g;V runl amok-' cunsumin
soft coal burning stoves are h:ivlng a
great run all over th- country. "Jim"
taws says he can hardlv kef p In !ie.
Jim taws says th.-ut -dnoe he made the
reduction for this wek In the price of
j Ms air-tight stoves, there is nv dunger of
Doing otxigeii to er'narge any or nis m 'n.
The very finest. The ne pli U'ra.
The creme de la en-me. That's HARPER
Whiskey In three kimruaw. Sold by
Foard A Stokes Co., Astoria, Oregon.
NOTICE: The public should rent m.
ber that there Is but one original, air
tight!:. Queen heater In the market, and
that Fisher Bros, are the exclusive As
capitalist and business man In she eaat.
A plenMiNy 'llutrtet artdot on Seattle
was puNisho! u, a rnvmlnen New York
nuviraatne t copy f which Is tn our l.
brary rece). nd she w.rk was fallowed
up aystemittlculiy ml tttoroucMy
trmxurh the lxtl ciumns and the As.
sovtated lYess. What wwa the result f
Everybody knew about tVMtH; that they
oouM tun fit there n.nl gt puss.age to
Alaska. Th.ous.ind i removed In Mirre
from all over the country sivd Seattle
merehoms made minions. That Is the
wny Seattle ,d 1t ahe patronised, home
Until further notice I wtll not person
ally, nor will my half Interest In steam,
er O. K., he reepotnible for any debts
or wages of any nature contracted by
A. E. Salt, for steamer O. K.
L. M. DAVIS.
Astoria, Or., October f7. 1SS7.
CALL FOR WARRANTS.
Notice Is hereby given to nil portl.M
holding Clatsop ceunty warrants, en
dorsed prior to May 19, 1S9S, to present
the same to the county treasurer tor
payment, at his otnee, KM Tenth street.
Interest cease on this date.
TVted Astoria. Oregon, this tenth y
of November, 1S9T.
H. C. THOMPSON.
Mr. G. W. Tact bury, reptve.vulng
Bernhelm Bros., of 'Loul&vttle. Ky., was
a visitor In the city yesterday.
She steamer Alliance Is supposed to be
on the way from San Francisco with tle
two big anohcrs for tiie PutrimpM.
C. G. PaJmberg. the leading contractor
and builder. Is prepared to do all kinds
of Jobbing and building work; tn Doane
Bom tast Saturday, to Mrs. Tutae.
Uitcago, a daughter. Mrs. Tut'Je Is a
sister of Mrs. Thomas Ryrle and Mrs.
F. L. Parker.
RE-L ESTATE TRANSFERS.
deeifct were filed
Two Flniji mere cnpslted from a fish
boat In Young's bay yesterday morning.
They dung to the bottom of the bat
until reniyJ by Charles Hoalk.i and
. R Edward ami wife to Her
man Welman: Ms 19 ami S. Noek
I. West Warrenton
I Wm. Ma.therni to R. L J.-ffrw
lkvk . Chnlsea
n . n. Hendlngton to Trills Kir.
ehyiff: south i lots 1 and M(-k
lit. Shlveley's. lots 9. b nnd 11.
block 7. and lo.s 7. t. 9 and 1.
j f'liii wr ifuiui, L wj uiiu ornis, IT3 ' ..... ...
j jpeitlvely. In any part of the city. '' A- Angmi.i to S. Oliver: lots
The 'funny little man" at the Wizard
Oil entertainment at Fisher's npert ! c oi;brt l r he o;lni thm th
house last night ilivw a larger crowd j ' who saw the fo-fojt (l.irUff at his
than ever and "standSng room only" ' SisMe cnttiure must have b.ik.1 thnwrh
- til- rule during tr.e week. spectacles p.-Iithe.l wi:h '"Kopp's P. st."
and pnjKihly the chimney nn his own
County Clerk Dunhnr ster1ny place,!
in the vault several new steel Ties th.it
he received from the East. They are
shout ! inches long nnd are worked by
a eliding extension spring.
Try an oyster stew, for 23 c nts, at
the Parlor, next door to Hoh.n's shoe !
store. Fresh oysttrs always on hand: i
I In any style, or deliver 4 by the!
NOTICE OF FILING OF ASSESSMENT
FOR DRAIN IN M'CLURF.'S
Notice Is hereby given that the assess.
mm rou containing the speolal nit.
ment for the construction of the drain
In McClure's Astoria has been filed In the
office of the Auditor and Police Judi-e
and Is now open for Inspection and will
so r- main open until the 19th day of
November. 1S97. prior to which time all
objections) to such assessment roll must
be filed In writing with the Auditor nnd
The Committee nn Str ets and Pi:bl c
Ways, together with the Ronrd of As.
sensors of the City of Astoria, will meet
In the Council Chambers of the City Hall
In the city of Astoria, on Frt.idy, Jfovem.
ber 19. 1S97, at the hour of 10 o'clock a.
m,. or said flay, to review and equallre
such assessment and thereafter report
their actions to th Common Council.
It. E. NET.JON.
Auditor and Police Judge.
Astoria, Oregon. November 9. 1R7.
SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING.
A apodal weellng ,of the common coun
cil was held yesterday aflrrnooit at I
o'clock. The purposes for which It was
caII'I were lo ooneldr the extension of
Commercial street frm Se-enteenlh
street east; to sn.sider itlie feasibility
of building one r more public lnt land
lugs, ant dr the nwnllng of the c ty
cemetery plat, Matir Taylor presldrd
snd nil niemlters of the council were
An oiivUin from the olty attorney slat.
Ing that the ctty was now the owner of
nil tlk proivrty on tninerctal street
enibra.-lMK the dlstrlot xiiitk-mnil and
alno that 7S W dumages to proerty
holWrs had been ivild. Including t' to
W. 8. Kinney, was read and the r'P 'rt
llai-ol on file.
A resolution by Farkcr d.v-larlng the
Intention of the council to Improve (im
merclnl street from Seiviiteenth strel
east was read. The n-solutlon was unan
A rep.rt from the w lys and means
immrltew tbt th)e- found everything
fUvoniMe tor (he extension of said street
was read and placed on file. The maps
and plats filed by the city surveyor In
relation to CVimnetvtal street were ri"
In the matter of constructing a public
landing. Mayor Taylor state,! that the
slip at the foot of IVurtecnth street
could be bought at a small cost, and by
the expenditure at a n.ill amount of
ntouoy uld be made a good landing
A motion ans made l- Welch Hia
the committee on wharxi and water
frontage be Instructed b Investigate and
rtvrt at next meeting. Otrrlrd.
In regard to live city cemelery plat a
member of the committee on puNl
property, Sceltie. stated that the vHim
mltto favored only that per.
tbm that la Improve!. -hlh Is alMUrt
irt acri-o. A motHn that tn- commit e.
preinire a record by section was carrle!.
- tt'tK i .'l, H
Ladles' Wnok Cluo,Hot Co.il, WaH)
mine, sale rlce
Iullee' IJack or navy blue Ueavr
ti(. welt sixtm i't value, sale
Uull' fine Kerwy twt. In black
only, the Nst MV Oxit ever sold,
lullrs' black or navy blue Chin.
ohlUik OiHit. bnil.b-l. regulur price
111 S. iwde price
CATARRH OF THE STOMACH.
All s? ask Is an order and w will j houe appeare.1 as Mil as th E!ff--I
deliver your oysters on Thnnkwrlvtng Tower 1n Paris.
morning. Oysters K cents a pint. Fresh
BaJKimore oysters. California shrimp and
lobsters at moderate prices. Place your
order at one Katok Oyster Parlors.
The annual sale of tlw Ladles' Guild
or urace onurcn wilt oe ,ni with an
old-fashioned supper on Thursday even
ing, Deceinler 2. The place will be de
cided on later.. Before purchasing your
Christmas presents elsewhere wait for
The efhipmasters in port are greatly en
Joying the Exposition of OaJsop county
products at the A. P. C. A. rooms. They
are particularly Interested In the younr
Chinook Mhnon and express great won
der at the number and variety of pro
duces of this county.
James R Christie has raceived the ap
ponltment as boatman to the hewlth of
ficer, from Governor Lord, to til! the va
cancy caused by the drowning of K. R.
Bradford. Mr. Christie is a competent
ana skUJTul boataian and his appoint
ment gives general satisfaction.
The republican primary elections yes
terday caused little or no stir and hut
few votes were east in any of the wards.
The resrular tickets for dei'-gaies from the
three wards to the Saturday convention
were elected with little or no opposition,
except In the Third ward, Wher- there
were two tickets.
H. M. Van Deure. H. S Wiidorth. I
Walter B. Pres'.on. O. S. Poru-r and wife. )
Portland : O. W. Tacknbury, Louisville; j
G. W. Bauer. Sin Francisco; S. M-yr. !
New York: W. H. Cone, Cincinnati; J- i
j Jamison. T. H. Curtis, rjtv; are rf-K.
istered at the Occident. j
and t. bbx-k r. Hollndav park..
W. B. Headlnr?on to A. O. Srx-x-nrrh:
lot 1. N.vk II. Hdlidav
If. A. Henry to John Hans-n; ts
. 3. and 7. W.v-k :i. Seal Rock
j Wm. Omss to John Hansen: lots 7.
and 15. W.x k 1. Wet Warrenton
. K. Ponnhoe to S. S Curtis; sw
'i of sw tj. ,c 2. t 7 n. r 9 w....
C. R. Hiuirlns to D. H. Welch; lots
". bl,ickl3. Shlveby's
W. G. Boomer to H. B. Ferguson;
lot 3. block 13. second extension
A Pleasant. Smt!e, but Safe
f.s'tual Cure for It.
m, Er. i
The British bark Brussels, m tons
register. Captain Alsoj, -hich sailed from
Napier. New Zealand, September a. ar
rivKl in. rwt yewterday, hiing made
a quick passage. Captain Alsop reports
having had a smooth voyage, devoid of
Incident or accident. He sailed up
through the SoclMty Islands, pant the
Sandwich Island, and had pleasant
weather all tlx wny after the first few
Captain Phillips, of the Perry, said yes.
terday that the movement on the part of j
the chamber of commerce ni eh. a t i
C A. for range lights at the mou h of " b" Mr. Short
the river and the action of the cttv .um.
The A. P. C. A. p-op; ta'nk that the
o-d-tlme cii'it3m of making ralf rates on
the rlv.-r b.;s lo Astorii frjm Inter
mer!ate towns fr.r the holidays is a gon.i
, one-, ar.d sh-xild be continue- this year.
Doubt 1-ss if the comm'.t'ee tIIs en Mr
Meh!T. of the O. R v., and '.he White
Collar Line. ;h-y e-m gel the cone.-sif,ii.
The kife-r is an ol-l.tlme friend it A-
loria, .Mr. .i:-ci r-r s nrt act n-i as
suming cnntril of the O. P.. & N. was to
subscribe 5r) to the l-T reeatta fund.
Nc-I1uor.a an-1 friends ye-ste-r-lay ejime
to the ri-l.'efof N-;.a., ri'.ss-lnrg and
wife and elirht childr-n. who were burn" I
out of house anl home- wh1c.h they ownl.
with provisions and e-Wrhlnar an! tem-Ior.ir-
lWdngs. nth par-nts are hard,
working- people an4 have l,r th-ir all.
C. R. Hlgtrins to Ed B. Reyer; lot
1". anil K. fltock 15. Astoria addl
tion to v arrenron 23
FACTS V8. FANCT.
cn to establish publi'; landing docks for
small twits, are two of the wisest
moves for the Interest of this harbr
ever undertaken. He also says that more
buoys and ranire lights are need d up the
river In the vicinity of Paget Island.
Owing to th ohang"S maele in the rev.
f nue cutter service en nccount of 1he
fitting out In Ran Francisco of the oti'ter
Bear to go to the resc-ie of tJie whal- rs
frozen in In the Ar'!c oce-iri. S-cnd
Ueutenant Haalce. of the Cermmodore
Perrj-, has been promoted and tran?frrd
and tetfsy Captain MiilM.s in cemductinT
an examination, wliich has already lasted
several d.iys, e,f Lieutenant Sttirdovmt, j
for prom'tir,n. These examlna'lcns ar '
very ri?!d and no chlM's idnv w-!!l win !
honors for T'n.-le Sam's fTiccr in ev.o !
revenue service. The hos- of friends
made by Lieutenant Sturdevant believe
be will pass with flying colors.
that riO families in Astoria couM sub
scribe 11 eaeth and thus eisily ;ind tUi"i(.
ly r--rore th cottage that Is now a p!le
of ashes, and make a happy fhristmss
f..r one stricke-n famty who have been
self-supporting, birt have let thejir all.
Wf.1 the fK-ojde f.jllrtw -he r"ve-r-nd g'-n.
t'e man's !-nd?
NEW ENTERPRISE IN POKTl.A.MJ
J'ortlanel. Or., Nov. 15 George W. Mc-
Ner. the well known grain buyer of
San Franelcso, toUy heusrht the Irvlnie
! dock In this city.
J. Eppir.ger, another grain merchant of
San Fran-lsco, Is also negotiating for a
I It Wi understood that both McNear and
! EpiJnge-r 1nte-nd to enter extcnslvejy Into
j wh. at buying In the Northwest.
From yeotenlay's Astorlan.
i Mr. M'rNear Mum to know Where the
shipping e,f .he P;iclflc Vorthwewt Is go.
! ing to be done.
j -Fmh yesterelay's Oregonian.
It is siii,j.,i here rh-at the Irlng
j 'I' was sold fe-r atirmt $2!.0.
j I-'iM niit the: traanp ateumers Flint
j shlrej and Florida arriv-ld et.wn from
1 j.-ii ir.rl, with part cargo of wheat,
;m.i are stuck almve Tongue IVIn;
aw.iitTltr an r,portunlty to float Into As
jtorla harV,r. Following th?m are two
! river steamers with large barge-s in tow
j cam-lug the balance of the cargoes f.,r
j these steamers, wTile-h will be loaVl Into
! therm here.
HOW IT WAS rsONE
eV-etttle's Mecbexi rjf Oe-ttlng to the Front
advertising of P'-.-if.
Those weak-che.ip and alum
cheap baking powders are y.v
for health and pocket-book.
Ask your grocer and your
grocer's wife about Schilling's
A Schilling & Company
ban FrAncttca 22
I '.Spe-aWni; of tli
' H-." said Atre-nt n
1 re-7.jrte-r ye-s'e-rlay.
I It na d.,ne. You s-e. the- mercliants,
jprop-riy owners, r.nd lei-nkers r.f fte.ntt
i plunked de,wn ?2fi.W In gold twen'le-s on
jtthe- e-oun-er of 't.h, pe,st-Inte Tge-neer.
I and gv that p(;e-r ene b' a nolle to da
I what It thought be-t to bring S -a.ttle fo
the front In view of the Klondike Imorn.
I I cm tMs Information from a gon'ltman
Just from Seattle.
"Well, the P.. I. had the firs- man In
the fi-ld. It had the Aswlate-d Pr s.h
fmrehlse In Penttje. It simply fioode I
the entire- cuiiitry w1t,h lonir and Intr-.
e'lng r-r.r,rts from the gold fli-ld", elafee
fre-m S. Even'fhlng wj-ri m,-,,.
center In Seattle-. It wns not nelvertls-Ine-
ane dM neit rost a cent rxT-pr the
oi:, vhlch we-re paid by th rrcevlnir
pap-rs. ar.d the salaries fo corrcspend
ents and rt-rmti-r: Te-t it w-:s the very
be-i kind of advertising.
"The P.-I. Issue d ;, Prw.M Kle.ndlke
edf'.lem and sent JOOon ce,p.s to every
On J'jne x wheat sold at (Bc. It has
ln-e se,. at J1.03U,. Difference, 2Wt:,
or nsTS or, Id bushels. SIM wont.l ,,,.
i maele tl N r,me,imt by our system of Joint
Investment account since June X. Why
not try this system and Increase your
Income? Ame,nni eif t'i anA r,...i-
W. TyiunsU-.-ry tn a ir,celved
I will tell you br,n- r.,, ... . .
--. . i.a.i-fii in ui Murjrj a cnaraetier
and from such source as to make It en
tirely re II;,:,1,.. Write for particulars. J
iMiejviie-jr, & Co., grain brokers, 202
f.allfortd.-i fitre-'-t. Ran Francisco.
Catarrh if tlt st.inuu-h has leng Imtii
ronlderl Uhe next thing to Incurable.
The usual sympiims art a full or Ideat
ing scnstllon after eating, accompanied
sonittlmcK ith sour or watery rHIngs. a
formation of gases, ouusing pressure on
the hirt and lungs ami difficult brcoth
tng; heaUii-hes. flikle nwetlte, nervous
ncss and a scleral played out. lanruld
There Is often a foul taxte In the mouth,
coated tongue, nnd If the Interior of the
stvmuu-h miilil l sen It tu!d show n
slimy, .inflamed ivndltbm.
The cure for this r.irrmioti And obstinate
trouble Is fuin! In a treatment which
causes the fio.l to be readily, thoroughly
digested Uf..M H has time to f. rfh- nt
am! Irritate the iMIi-ato mucous surf
of the stiHnaeh. To sxure a prompt anil
h-alt'iv iftgcstlnn Is the on- mvessirv
thing to do and when normal diu-ntUm l
secured the catarrhal condition will have
Accoreling b rr. Hartansnn the safest
anl best trtment Is to use after each
mc.-J a tablet, nnr.pesisl of ill ieiac. asep-tl-
pcpslr.. a llrtle mix. 0.cn Seal and
fruit a-lls. Tacsc tablets can now he
found at all druir stor. under the n m.
of Stuart's rysiei,k T.ibl-ts nnd not
Ing a ixttcr.t millone can be u.-l wit it
wrf.s t safe-ty an I asenimm-r that heiltt'y
atipetlt- .inel thorough iligesti, n will fel
low their re-viilir use aft-r meals.
Mr. N. J. !!oili.-r. of ;TM ri-art-.rn
stre't. Chle-iigo. III., writes: "f.itiirrh Is
t bvnl comHtlon resulting frem -v n-c-e-ctl
-.,;,! m the head, where-by the lin
ing me-mbrane of the n.et Nnviine-s p,
fl im l anel the po!onmis il hiuvi tlu re
from passing tmt-kward Into the- thr-'it
reo-hes the stemiach, thus presluclng ea
tnrrhj of the stom;uih. M.-Hc.il nuthnr
ItleM preM-rit)sl for me fer three years
fer catarrh of stomach without eure, but
toetny I am the h.itiplest of men after
using only one box ef Btuart's Dysjiepsla
T.iMes. I cannot find appropriate words
to express my geiexl f-eellng. I have found
fle-sh, appetite- ar.l sound rett from th-1r
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Is the safest
pre"paratfon nn well as the simplest nnd
most ronvnl-ent remeely fer any feirm of
lndlgestlen, .-atarrh of stomach, bilious
ness, sour srom.xch, hetrtlriirn and blonl
Ing after meals.
Send for Httio book, mailed free,
stomach troubles, 1y ndelreslng Htunrt
Co., Marshall. Mich. The tnbl-ts ran be
found nt nil drug stores.
Uull.'' fine tun On--t cloth ovat.
fly front, pgular prte-e III 75,
Ui.llcs- gellUllliI silk SIMl plUMll
Cain-s, iimot length, full awny, IN W
NUluo, aenlo prliv
Indira' black llrttvrr Cape,
trtminfrj In fur, 27 Inehes lung, W
lud aweo, worrh (M, siUv i.rtw
lettdl-V Unek IUiver dooNe
ilu i luetics lot.g, iflo inch tsii,
value, sole intra
L.uUcs' M.nk Hondo i-lotli iml,
lrtintiH-l 1ili allk. leTiild on irmiii.
rx-gulur prti I15.HV s.ilc price
Wi.liiW niU-l i-.ior Mitton Coais,
K lHt tNwt for the money ever if-fcrol
Children's short Oxita, wo lisvo a
giH juiorlmeiil at pi1ia (ronv .
t'hll.lrens' king Coat, made of
mltrsl ffooet, rvulnr prbe tBW,
('liitdifiis' long t'iNits uf fancy pol
orl lloindit itoth, regiir prlca
I'J i. atd r
I.ailW Keu'k flgureil Mobelr scp.
nratn skirl, full width vrlvelvcn
IsHind, sola prt
Li.U. s bbu'k Alc siMrate skirt
taffeta llne.1. volvelestt buutid, olveap
I lioo, sUs price
The Only Store That Sells Cheap
FisiiKirs ovewa housi;
m: j a:i
C. C. HKOWKK.
ATTOHNKT AT LAW.
tiunderson Hull ling.
It I r hard Nile.
TWO HOURS OF TIN
EVERY ACTA FEATIRE
t0 fSrlf l i K'e'l '-'"-d Si-
Cheatsr V, IKilph
1m '1.111 A NIXON.
ATTOHNKY AT LAW.
I'nrtlmi.l, Oregon, H. a, M and 17.
Ilsnillli.n llulldlni All Ivgsl and sol
Inetlon leusln promptly atlandeid ta.
Claims Bsaliiat ths government a si-
I'll J.W Tt'TTI.i;.
I'HYHIflAN AND Hl'IttlKON
t Ullce. Motua & and t. I'ythlun bulldg.
.'Jr- I'.iiiiiiicrcliil St, Itcsldencn sama.
Ailing assistant turgeon V. H. Ida
ft lie hosidtal service.
II. A. MM ITU.
An e).M slifbt In Mt. Vernon. Me, wae
to s-e the chilelren attending setheeol fx-to.
ber T, bare-footed nml bareiegeel.
. . . Try Our , . .
Kisses . . . spa
A. V. ALLEN
(irtK't rics, reed, Fnnt,
Vff-ftalilcs,' ' 'mckcry,
Cor.Tenth and Commercial street.
TlfK ORJKCTION NOT OOOD.
There are people who have objections
to advertising matter In the columns of
a ne-wspaper. The ground of objection
Is that they do not want te'read ad
vertlsements. Now thla objection Is not
good, for oftentimes th'ne advertise.
ments convey valuable Information.
For instance, how else would the trav-
ellng public learn e,f the excellent din.
Ing car service of the Wisconsin Cen
tral Ilnea between fit. Paul and Chicago,
or the general comfort of traveling over
this popular line. For particulars call
en the nearest ticket age;nt ejr addresa
C. Pond. G. P. A., Milwaukee, Wis.,
or (oo. S Ratty, General Agent, ZM
Stark street. Pertland, Or.
In 12 marrlage-s out ef irvery VAi 1 ri
ot the parti's lias been married before,
When geln;r r.;m travfel on the North.
em PaPie Hallway. Qule k time and th
oniy une rt.nrilrig dining cars. Train
leaves Portland dally at II o'oloe;k a. m
Northern l'u:lfic railroad trains leave
Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m. f- r
Tacoma, Ppokane, and the Kast. CI se
connection made at fijokane fe,r Heiss
land, Nelsem, Saneiew and British Co
lumbia mining camps. Fer maps and
Information call on or address
C. W. STONE.
In Eutten unel I,m:e.
Our ge,ods are wiLiranteel.
Street HalM & 10.
ABtorla Iron Works
Front Street, foot of Fourth, Astoria.
AND IIOILER MAKERS
Land and Marine Engine s, Holler Work,
Steamboat and Caoaery Work a ape.
clalty. Castings of all descriptions
made to order on short no'lee.
John Fox. .President and Superintendent
A. L. Fox Vloe President
O. B. Prael Becretary
Astoria Savings Rank Treasurer
HOP LEE CO.
t'liilerrlotliliiii ins.le. tuoiib-r Suits slid Imuisr
maele irtei i fit. Kerv onb-r puni-tu-ally
nn tune MtKlaclloii (UsrsiiU'ed.
Cheaper This Any Other flace Is the (.Itjr
Welrh Mloek, flfta l ieliilnsreUI HI,
M.'l Cutntnerciiit Street
Next te Mini jnriit's Clj-ar rilum'
Astoria Public Library
READING IIOOM FREE TO 1U
Opui every day from I o'clock to l:J
and (.10 to 9:K p. m.
Subscription rates 13 per annum.
S. W. Cor. Klnvanth and Duana Street
llooms 1 and 3, i'ythlao ltulldlng.
over C. II. Cooper's slurs.
J. Q A. IIOWI.BT.
ATTOKNET AND COUNSELOR
OITIca on Hood street, Astoria, Or.
JOHN T. LIGHTER,
Offlos, upstairs, Astorlan Hulldlng,
II. T. CROSIJT,
Wl Commercial street
Dlt, O n. KKTKH,
I'llTBICIAN AND SUROKON.
Bpeclal attention lo diseases of worn
Oftira over Dsm'g.r's store, Astoria.
Telephone No. U.
riarble and (irnnlte
inHOFF & MINAR,
Wr.K, SlieltlBi.ii HI., Portland, .Or
.-AM, KINDS K CKMKTKKY WORK
Portland Savings Sank 1'IUg.
Astoria Electric Supply Co.
TFMPLE LODOH NO. 7, A. F. aa4
A. M. Regular communications held ma
the first and third Tuesday evening wt
Q. W. LOUN8HKRIIT, W. 1C
E. C. HOLDEN. Beorsury
WIRING & REPAIRING.
l'lO Conuncrclnl pilreet
M III S Ks....
Alviall I it'l l
C. H. Orkwitz
I A complete stock of lumher on hand
I In the roufth or dressed. Flooring1, ru
i tic, celling- and all kinds of finish; mold
'InKs and shingles. Terms reasonable
'and prices at bedrock All orders
'bromidlv attende.il In Offlee end vard
mill. it F L. LOG AN,
Reaslde, Oregon. Proprietor.
11 lei a Cut ill two.
iCHAS. KAN & CO
367 Commercial St
We Curry the Heat Assortment of
JAPANESR AND CHINESE CURIOS,
, riNi! I)i:cowati:i) chinawaub,.
SII.K I ANCV (IO0DS.
i AI-11 n 111 11 ti rue ! 11 ri-rH of Ijidlcs' mid t.'lill
nri-n's I inle ru-e-iir. eii-nla' Hlipta rniide lo
1 onli-r mi I In- very lowest prices. W use until
j line ImiI the very In at material and do "!
I Hm-i-ii Atli-nlliiii kIvcii to nil ordcra rornny
, style of Ijiellea' Wriipa mid Unilerweiir, ((iiiir
1 llllte-e-el perfict (It.
uiilii-a are rurillnlly Invlte-d to visit our
Iron ii nd Steel
I'loiiriinil .Mill Tail
Piilnts, Oils 11 nil Vornlshc's.
Doors 11 ml Windows
Atjrlcii tt urnl Implements
'iiions nnd Vehicles.
J. B. WYATT,
Phone No. 68 Aatorla, Ortgon
FAINTS ntl OIL,
Special Attention Paid to Supplying rh.r. ZJ"- Wt'"r" H'W"y''
-SNAP A KODfl.
at any man couiIiik nut o
our iters and you'll Ret
portrait of a man brimming
oyer with pleasant tlioiiKlila.
Hucli quHllty In IIih liquors
we hays to offer are enouKh Is
pleaas any man.
COME AND THY TIIKM.
HUGHES & CO