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THE DAILY ASTOtUAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVKMRKR 24. 1'J7.
COLUMBIA 8HOE COMPANY
Fotltenec tmm bean "v& teflnrtl M bs-
nwralenoe In stnsJI thsnga...Mtodstilay.
Try SohUUnt't Bsst toa and. boxing powder.
: Salted almonds sit th Spa.
El A. DB TO IS AGENT FOR 60DA
TO WEAR DIAMONDS CHEW 80DA
Hot Scotch and bot Torn and Jerry
at the Ode.
Groceries at lh lowest price at the
Pacific Grocery Co.
Mrs. J. Hoch has arrived home from
a extended trip cast.
LADIES' CASHMERE GLOVES.
CENTS, AT DUNBAR'8.
Bicycle and repair shop at IS Ninth
street. Charges reasonable.
Our prlcee are the lowest In the city.
Call and aee oa. Paclfle Grocery Co.
John F. O'Shea, jicesWent of the fnlon
Meat Co.. of Portland, la in the city.
Ask for aample of Chase Sanborn's
tamooa teas, at Rosa. Hlggins Co. 'a.
R. PaUtsech. J. A. Mapietl-orp, W. O.
8Hr, Portland; are alt the Porker house
Jessie Baker of Gry"s river and county
umtnr of Wahkiakum county, is in the
B. A. Seahonr tiha returned from a
trip to Ettatern Washington and Puget
The union Thanksgiving wrH win
lis held to "the Congregational church
All dress roods -will be sold this week
at less than cnauwifateturerV price at
McABen A MoDonneB.
John Doe made his appearance spaln
yesterday before Poilcp JuJrh Nelson
and was fined K for being drunk.
- C O. PsJraberg. the leading- contractor
and builder. Is prepared to do all kinds
of Jobbing and building work; 471 Duane
There' wl be a mooting tonight of th
Astoria ProerTOivie Commercial Asso.
elation. Instead of tomorrow. "Pranks
There are now S9 poitleotis In St. Man"'
hospital, but no very serious cases. The
winter fnaon, when sbkiplns Is heavy,
always brings new cases.
J. N. Laws says that he does not pre
tend to be aWe to duplicate any old thing
In the sir tight line. He eM only th
best, uch as cannot be found off Bond
Artist Hagerup's iata painting, the
ReBef passing out to sea. Is perhaps the
best work he has produced. It Is almost
a perfect production. Oown to the small
FOR RENT One three-room bouse op
posite court ' house. 110 per month: and
one two-room hous furnished for light
housekeeping, 3K7 Commercial street, S10
per month. Apply 335 Commercial st.
Fred RosenMock has bought an inter.
est In the Baltimore oywter house, and
wl be pleased to meet his many friends
at the new location. All bills due the
Eatock .Oyster Co, are payable to Mrs,
R. Eatock. 1
Largest and most complete assortment
of alr-tiirht heaters In the dty. All the
kinds advertised tn this paper may be
seen and compared at our store, then
your selection will be satisfactory to you.
Foard 4 8tokes Co.
Try an oyster stew, for 23 c-nts, at
the Parlor, next door to Hahn's shoe
store. Fresh oysters always on hand
In any style, or delivered by the
pint or quart, at 25 and 50 cents, re
peotlvely, In any part of the city.
It Is understood tlnat all the stores
of the city wlH close this evening so as
to give the clerks fuH holiday. This Is
as It whould be. A man Who has to
work half a day -on Thanksgiving Is not
much In the humor to give thanks In the
Cyrus Noble Old Bourbon Whiskey Is
the only American whiskey of interna
tional reputation. It Is IwrKed only
after It has been six years in casks. It
flavors are developed by perfect stonire
In heated warehouses, and this Is what
make it delicious in cocktails.
T. H. Strowbrldge. J. Mcllhlnny, John
F. O'Shea, W. G. Martin. Portland: A.
G. I3irker. C. & N. W. R. R. : W. T.
Nllce. V. P. R. B.: F. J. EacheWr,
George A. Bcavls, San Francisco; J. E.
McReynolds, W. 8. Geary, Seattle; C. A.
Moore, Chicago, axe registered at the
1 If only one
person guesses the missing
word he gets $2000. Wouldn't
you like to be that one?
' If ten people guess it. they
-get $200 each. Wouldn't you
like to b onifcT'the'ten?
A Scbil!mi3c Company
bHU J' IfitlUiWU
WANT A 1 B1KKT CHEW BOPA
Mr. II. F. Flshe tfcwra from 8td-
W. Maurice Kelly la In ths city ts
FOR TOUR STOMACH'S
CHEW SODA MINT.
LADIES' BILK MITTENS, CENTS
TO 8.50 AT DUNBAR'S
Tom Oraws was Awn from Portland
yesterday, virfdng fiienils.
LAMBS WOOL SLIPPER SOLES,
CENTS. AT DUNBAR'8.
Spectnl sale of capes and Jackets this
week at McAllon McDonnell.
Born Monday evening, to the wife of
David ShtusUron, a dnugiiter.
For real life-like and artlstlo photos.
call on Snodgrasa, th fotorrafar.
At ttw A. F. C. alleys yesterday Mrs.
Tngalta scomi M and C. II. CTer M.
rmbrella covered and repaired by a
practical workman, at 185 Ninth street.
Amlivw Johneon. the milmon paoker
of Cathlamet, waa In the city yrl;y.
CHILDREN'S WOOLEN MITTENS.
15 CENTS PER PAIR. AT DUNBAR'S.
At the puWIc bowling alloys yesteway
M. F. Hnnlesty -ns high a-lth a score
Tou en always And the best cream ry
butter and sweet, fresh cream at ths
New novelty silk and dress goods at
the great special sale of MoAllen & Mcv
P. J. Meany, the leading merchant
tailor. ir Tenth St The highest price
paid for fur skins.
Yesterday SI tew Rewl. Miss Tuatlc. ajxl
Mlsa Phillips lunched aboard the Perry.
with CVtpteln PhSlips.
Dry fir slab wood for sale. Astoria
Land & Investment Co., Commercial and
Eighth streets Teielphons 99.
Charles Johnson and Alma Gldala
were granted B marriage license in the
ooumy clerk's office yesterday.
New crop dried fruits, new crop raisins,
figs and assorted nuts all eztxra fine
quality, at Ross, Higgtns & Co.
Mrs. R Ehtock has ..umM ch.uu
of the Eatock oyster parlors and will
conduct the business in the future.
Plum pudding, cranberries, sweet cldfr
and a large line of other seasonable
stap and fancy groceries at Ross. Hlg-
glns & Co.
Dr. Alfred Kinney and family will
rvnd Thiuikrlvinjr at thtir cottage at
Gtarhnr: Turk, und ail! take with them
a TW-ty of younsr peop5e.
Oaptain Johtwon. of th schooner Ed
ward Parke, last May staked his brother
aho went to tho Alaska gold fifJs. and
is now owner of a million dollar claim.
Cant. Thoj. Parker leaves for Califor
nia on the outgoing steamer this morn
ing. The captain is to take charse of
a eteamer plying in "the vicinity of San
NOTICE: The public should rem m-
ber that there Is but one original, alr
rlghth. Queen heater in the market, and
that Fisher Bros, are the exclusive Aa
The merchants were very busy y-ter-
day. Every one Is getting reeuly for
Thanksgiving tomorrow. A number of
people wvre tn from the country, and
Turkey 1s Rab?e to soon become greaie
-AftT the Thanksgiving exercis which
wil hcin ail 7.3) p. m.. In the Swedish
Lutheran church, the lndie sewing .ocl
ety will serve coffee and cake for a rea-
sonab'.e price. In the basement of the
H. H. Draper, of the Astoria Commis
sion Co.. will arrive home Saturday. Mr.
Draper has made an extensive trip
throughout the eaat In 'the Interest of
Or-gon fruit growers, and is now in San
HARPER Whiskey on your sideboard
proves your taste Is correct. It prove
also that you are doing your dirty to
your guest and to yourselfkeeping the
finest wblskey obtainable. Sold by Foard
& Stokes Co., Astoria, Oregon.
All we ask Is an order and we will
deliver your oysters on Thanksgiving
morning. Oysters 8 cents a pint. Fresh
rtaltlmore oysters, California shrimp and
lobaters at moderate prices. Plaee. your
order at once. Eatock Oyster Parlors.
The following fi!d actance,, f p-.
tltions to run .1 IridKfrnU-ni! canlMa!'-s
with Auditor NHson yesterday: I-aac
P-ertrman. mayor: J. W. Conn, tre'!?ur-T
',OTf(. Johnson, dty attorney; N. I).
Raymond. sun-eyoT; W. F. Sehlelie, j-.ollee
The !a.1!es of the V.'. C. T. V. will he
at th-lr tnr!"ri n Welnesd-jy the ZVh
at 2 p. m. till 5 p. m., to receive dona
tions for the poor. Thf-s contributions
will be widely and Judiciously distributed
by the relief committee. In time f i
Rpor m.'iki-r. ii mrike.ns and machin
ists were liiKKird the- P-rry yesterday
griting d.ita for th.lr bids for work to
be done. The only oontrrut so far
awarded by the Perry Is one with the
Columbia Iron Works for overbfnjlfns
and repairing her Viilers and ensrines.
The bazaar at the Preebyt'-rian church
prtrtors lant night was a huff -uccc-ss
and was attended bv crowds All rnin
per of beautiful things for old and your
and ail kind of good things to eat sold
rapidly for Christmas presents. The
cake table, fancy work table, children's
table, candy tatie. Jelly table and kitch
en, afl did a large business.
Th. oiut for the "pink t" are acll I
under way by the young rH of thedlgas H oonnly brtors it has tan.
Methodtrt church, to be atvwo at Ihe
church Friday evenlnar, JJovnber .
from I MM W. AM yun pvpl are cor
dlaily invited ta attend. U a to be a
diUnty and novel affair. Admission free.
The following from here will he pres.
ettt at the dnucaUon of ths Whitman
monument which takes piftoe on the JOth
inet nnir Wia WaJat. Mr. Susan
Wirt, Mrs. Nina MvlT aial Bynn Kim
ball, who were prrwent at th time of
the massacre, fifty yrars airo. County
Judge Gray win ahw be In attendance.
The standing of the A. F. C nfty
game championship tournament to date.
of thtw who have .Uva-WM 10 games or
over, is as fotM-: H .T. Fimllay, 21
games bowkd, if. H. Wise. !4. SS; Tl.
Hell. . SS: M. M. Ploken, IS, S5; F.Wood.
fMd, 1. S4; W. C. tMm. IS. Si: M. 11.
Hoaorth, 11. Si. P. Sovey, 15. SS; C. It.
Owner. 1J. S3: A. Murray, IS. Sfl; F.
Ounn. 11. SO; B. F. Allen. 11, S; W. A
Stin. U. .
Mr. W. E. NHea .the all-round whip.
pt'r-ln Aw the Union Pacific company.
and the man who never K-ts a car of
cattle or wool get away from him. paid
x visit to Astoria yestenWy, with Mr.
A. O. Parker. nTnl Hgnt of the C
A N. W. railway, another rtnTj-sentatlvc
of ths Vandertts. lUXh gvntlemen b'tm
a good pnr to draw to on transportation
matters ami nvo-eent a through line
to Ohl.-acw that has stwM th test of
The Ktrge VlgiHun aim In the harbor
yvwterdny with some mre fn-lirht cars
on her dock. AH day bvig trains of
grawl iuwl through the city for the
fnmt. where the truck is being ballasted
In first ekisw shape. TlHiv is mi doubt
but thttl the mnd wfii be In good run
nlng order by isprlng. Many tnrge en
terprises are on the program for fulflll
nwmt duing the wintw and a general
awakening wtH be here before the town
ts ready tor It.
The Columbine had a nartvw eoap
MmhVv from foumkTlng. She -ns tow
Ing lightship No. C out o sea. and when
off Ft. Stevens, for some unkmiwn rea.
on. the man on the lightship slackened
the hawew. CViptain Rlchnnlson hove to
to pick up the line, whfc-h was In danger
of being caught In the propeller, and
while engaged In thk work, the lightship.
which was itmler stmm. made towrd
the Columbine and did not stip. but ran
Into her port side, earring away two
ahutiers and cwmpietety demolishing the
filumNn-, cutter, smnll hivit and
knnoklng out sevi ( tolls. Hid the
blow beer, received on 'the hiSl the Col
umblne would probably hn-e s-n at the
bottom of the river.
Tt Is evfcbnt that the wralht bureau
Is tring to get up a little decent w-M'her
for Thnnksglng. The win actnlly
shone awhile yf:erdn.y afternoon. The
ihsplay In the heai-ens about four 0 0101K
sunsetwas brllHivnt Ira th' extreme.
Those who are accustom.! to nvignlll
oifl sunsets here swM bmt night they
hvd never seen anThlng euai to P.
The water of the buy took on a reddish
tlngv. whlk the Washlngeon stiore was
In a haze of n peculiar gr'f i-silor.
Krmriptnn showing up dear and distinct
while Tongue IN in: .irul the buoy sta
tion were glided by the sun s nys
until they fairly utmrkk-d. The rnmw-
lire Ferry In Ithe stream anil S"vcra
fihlne boats with th-lr snlls spread ap
peared like bumlsheil ll-er aeuinw; the
The daih of Mor Wm. Bump at S-a-sil
last Ststurilay. in chlldMrth. has
caused something of n senKitlon In that
burr, ns the nvuHer hns come to lie
Investigated. Dr. Stiner was the phy.
siclan In charge, and without previous
consultation In the matter, cnfled Pr
Blnhop Satunkiy evening, but the latter
arrived at Seaslil" nearly four hour
after the death of Mrs. Bump. Coroner
Pohl went down last night and will prob.
ably order on Inquetrt and post mortem.
Steiner was In Astoria Monday, but It
Is thought he has not returned to Sea
side. Pr. Bishop does not care to ex
press an opinion In the matter, but said
the faits woukl probrilily transpire at
the trial before the coroner's Jury. Fron
all thnt can be learned In the case there
seems to be HttWi doulit thwrt It Is one
of mVpruottce. Steiner Is a Vicensed
The Convent of the Holy Names
school for young Indies Is filling a long
fe'.t -wait In Atftorta. The very air of
home comfort owl sectuslon about the
buildings and Its differe-nt rooms Is suffi
cient guaranty of the work bdng done,
and the training being jrlven the pupils.
Music, drawing, painting, ewlng, em
broilery, and all the common branches
of education are taught In a thorough
mannn and above ial! morals, politeness,
and common sense ore lntrtillel Into the
young heafs unler the care of the In.
stitutlon. Tbere tan now five teachers,
besides the sister superior, each peril,
"larly fiC'ed for her wvrk and all be.
lovrl by th pupil', who number 71. An
entertainment will 1 given December
23 by ithe pupfls for the purpose of Htart
Inir a fund for a 1iV;nir'- Music and lit
erary rvTeyritlons will e ithe order irf the
day and it is 4afe to iy that the hall
will tie crowded.
A Simp!; Inrmlif? R-mcdy.
Cure tii-. Worst Chum of Dys-
r'icU a:id Iridic' hMod.
It. Jennison, who has made a life siudv
of -fiwi'h triubl.n, "ays: All form' of
inil!L'e'tion re;illv rinV'UM to ihc .ime
thin, that i'. failure .to r nipli-ti ly 'II
ft 'tin' fool Ki.ten: no rnn'icr 'whether
the trouble is a,!d dyHt'sla or sour
stofar-h, V-'h!ng of -wind, nervous dys.
r-P'a. or lors of flesh and npptite; a
rf-rcn will not hive any of th-m If the
srom.vh can be Induced by any naMirril,
harmless wav to Ihoroughl',' diiir t what
Is eaten, and this can be done l,y a 1tn
ple remly which I Vf;Ve t'-led
In hundrvds of niigTav.ved cifis
tvlth comi'-te euccefs. The r m
ely Is at eomtjlr-arlonr of fruit
r-rd rcvib'e .. nce; r-ure as. pMe
repsln "anl golden sril put up In ihe
forr.: of pleasant ta.tlT)g tablets a pd sold
by druggists under the name of Sl'Jart'f
Pynpepsla Tablets. One or two of these
tablets should be taken after m'-nls and
allowed to dissolve In the tr.outh and
rnii.gllntr wtth tha food i ths aitwmwh
to fnnent. decay and aour,
On aotuta. experiment one grain of Btu.
art's Dyspepsia Taints will Ugoai three
thousand gmln of mrwit, tvr and aim-
IW a-hxtleaoma foals.
It to SAf to say that If this wholesome
remedy wa hotter known, try people gn
erally, it avuM be a ixkUoimJ biraslng,
aa ara a i .ton of dya,pilc and
nlne-tentha of all dlesw o their rl
gin to tmpcrfev lieatlon and nutrition.
Stuart' DyvtY4 Tal4et are tt a
secret pMt mnllvene, but a fifty cent
iwkwge will do titore rent sxhmI for a
weak ntvmaoh than fifty doltxra wrth
of patent metlk'lnia and a pem-n luw
the eutlwfW'tion f kiniviing lut wht
ho Is pilMlntr intu stomaWi. whtvh
he d'os not know, wta'ti aidely auver.
ttaeil pntont moillitnex wre wei.
All dmiiitlixs sxll ttunrt's l-!ict
Pivl'lws, fiftl sll v'kse W wts.
A little lk n cause aixl cure of
stomnlh tmtiMes natlled ni'ely atklreas.
in The Stuart Oo., Maraluill, Mich.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFEHS.
V. S. to Itoix-rt Stmngltiiiil: aw U
of ww U of , I I n, rl w Ffctont
Jium ReHty and wife t R Con.
mr: tots 1. 5, S ami i, Um-k a.
Slilvely's .Vttniii: ! a of
dN of Churl.w W. Shuiw. I HW
Myrtle T. Stoiier and Melvin II.
Ptoncr to I. M. TMmlln: tract
of hiral In Mock U. Now Astoria
8. P. Adair uml Mitry R Adair to
I.ydkt A. Austin; aw V of lot 1.
s U. t 4 11. r lt w
I'. S to tirl O. Rttis; kw j of
tu . s of nw V ami nw of
so ti, a S2. t t n, r S w Patent
SlwrllT u F .M. Qiilnn; 10 aorta In
s P. t J n. r 9 w 5pT
On June H wheat 10M at 3c. It has
sines sold at tl.OJ'i- Plfferena, J9e,
or . on 10.000 bushels. 1100 would have
made this amount by our system of Joint
Investment accounts since Juna It. Why
not try this system and Increase your
Income? Amounts of ICO and upwards
Our Information Is of such character
and from such source as to make It en
tirely reliable. Write for particulars. J.
G. Knowlton A Co., grain brokers, XI
California street, San Francisco.
CROWDS Tl'RNEn AWAY.
Lust nlirltt Flsh"r' OixTtt House was
rt:iel to oornowtng and cromlg were
turned away who wanted to h,xir nnd sv
MeKwi, t in Si-otrh wonik-r.
Tle entiTtaintwnt was lilt on the Hiss
of hypmwlsm. The man Turner who had
lxvn tule, for more than H hours, was
nwikenl. an! numeroite stninge and In.
cinprehentt things wire ilonr. A well
known lty ph-sk-inn niose uml said he
dVI n it lielleve th man Turner hiul leen
a.s".ei thnt tle whole thing was 11 fake
McBanen !y stVU'kI up IliKW on tile
stiufe and agreed to give it to any city
charity 1f the ilm'tor cmll nwnken the
ixttletit by any msiris n brutul. The
The following from Nirlmore. Dak..
p.itH.r showw the practl'il iisr-s of hyp-
"Walter Tiirimore, son of N. fJ. Iirl
more. biid tin iiMMitlin tonbrlvt with
M-htn Sunders, a w,11 known colored
ctmrtitir. nnd Isirlmore pulliil u gun
and nHulo an a1ttmt to shoot Hinders.
r!yt.iT.l-r irrnbt bis arm Jiit iih he
flrcl the irun. nnl the bii'.U-t struck John
S-,ir. wlxi was nrandlng In 11k1 poom
the bullet making an ugly wound In his
leic. S.virs sufferej greit piiin and lfyp-
notl l. H. McEwen wiis caileil in nnd
plituvi! him In a hyjpnotlc nlecp. He Im-
irrei him with the Men tlKit when he
awoke he would lie free fnm pnln and
a:T n It of five minutes he awoke
ami riilmnl tlsit tit 11 1 11 hid left him
At the solicitation of persons Interested
In the relief of Mr. Nelson BIabPrg,
whose house was burned on Tuesday last,
a subscription has been started in his
behalf. Hon. J. T. Lighter, of :he Dally
Astorlan, hns consented to be custodian
of the funds. The subscription paper may
be seen ard subscriptions left at the
Astorlan Cflce, where they will be rrop
erly cared for until forwaded to Mr.
WM. SEYMOUR SHORT.
Until further notice I wtU not person
ally, nor win my half Interest In steam,
er O. K., be responsible for any d"bts
or wages of any nature contracted by
A. E. Saite, for steamer O. K.
V. M. DAVIS.
Astoria, Or., October 27, 1877.
Northern Pacific railroad trains leavs
Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m. for
Tacoma, Spokane, and the East. Closs
connection made at Spokane for Roas-
tand, Nelson, Sandow and British Co
lumbia mining camps. For maps and
Information call on or address
C. W. RTONK.
Of all the kleptomaniacs the one who
stor.ls our time Is the worst.
Chester V. Dolph. Richard Nlzea
liOLJ'H & NIXON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon, 24. 2t, 2 and V
Hamilton Building. All legal and col
lection busln s promptly attended to
Claims against the government a si
DR. JAY TUTTLE.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Ofdce, rooms 5 and 6, Pythian builds.
Commercial Bt, Residence same
Acting assistant surgeon V. 8. Ma
rlne hospital service.
H. A. PMITH.
Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Eulldlru
over C. H. Cooler's store.
J. Q. A. BOWLBT,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR. ,
AT LAW. ' I
OUJcs on Bond street. Astoria; xn
H. T. CROSBY.
Ml Comma rclal street
IjuUss' Uaok. tlvovtot Coal, 400
value, sale price,
Ladies' black or navy blua Boartr
Coat, wait ams, W W value, aala
IjuIIos' flna Kersey Coat. In black
only, the best tlW Coat ever sold,
Iullia' black or navy blue Chin.
ohiUa Coat, braided, regular Pries
911.30, sola price
littles' line tan Covt cloth Ooat,
fly front, regular prtca IU7J. sale
UrfJtRKKOWN rCRSONU MOMAktMrMT
nr. r.M -ic r,:'vri rpi-trAi
I ACTS CAPTIVATINS
in Button and Lacs.
Our goods are warranted.
Commercial J"l""j Pa
Street Hatltl & CO.
Leave Orders Kith
ROSS, HICC1NS & CO.
And Evcrytliin( Accessory to a (iood
I. 1 I
TEMPLE LOIKJK NO. 7, A. F. an4
A. M. Regular communications held on
ths first and third Tuesday avsnlng of
O. W. LOUNBBKRRT, W. If.
B. C. HOLDEN, Becratary.
Ladles' gmmlna silk teal 'plush
Cn4e, gxxnl length, full sweeii, .00
value, suits iwtoa
Ladles' black Reaver Capa,
trtnuned In fur, 17 Inohea long. 160
Inch swaap, worth 14.00, sale prlus
liatllea black Heavier douUe
Cuipo, 10 Incites long, 1 Inch swnei',
U 00 valus, sals prios
lollies' black Houols cioth Coal,
tiintmed with silk, lira Id on seams,
regular price 115.00, sale pries
lAdlr mixed color Melton Coals,
the best Coat for ths money ever offered
Only Store That Sells Cheap
ISHER S OPERA HOUSE....
U K HKI.Iti
tHwi-e and Munasor
Monday, Nov. 22
Ewen The Intml -llvllnlllli bv lib j.bour.
Keiftlire of ll i lliri - II) I'liutlc blillmill
S mi, n the III I'lioll. nl Iota A Iwuiltlftll
in. t lit) pin), liuwIiiK I In- kiHi r ol muni inir
Nolli e the lili'llllll and llinrnl levrluplurnl
by III plHitl'lll the Kicnt nilllibr trial, role
IIIHS Id jllillie, Jlirv lu)rt. ibtectlc. re
iK.rlrn. etc. ex-1 1 1 1 1 II e. miulh, liislrinlltc.
ItiH k hri iiklliK t t- llilllli the si li hllata
( IiuvIhiiiI timid w ill iimke ymi nmr
llivcsllutr; Inrilllatr; Itilnk slid liiuull
nc rr iH'iore.
Admlwliiii- Iteserved lent', and !", t
Hint anle iim Hut nrdiiy moriiti.g atilrltllu
A Herd .
Silk Funcy (muhIm
Fine DccoratcU Chiniiwnrc
HtwM'liil Attfiitlon Klvi-n tonll ordi-m for any
styli-nf Ijtdlrs' Mnti nnd I'ndi'rwi'ur, gimr
Biilifd pnrfit'l lit.
CHAS. KAN & CO.
367 Commercial St
Portland Saving Bank Bids.
Front Btroet, foot of Fourth, Astoria.
AND IIOILICR MAKERS
Land and Marlns lln. , Hoilr Wurk,
Btoamboat and Caunerjr Work a spe
cialty. Castln-s of all dsacrlptlons
made to order on short notloe,
Joha Fox,. President and Superintendent
A. L. Fox Vloe President
O. B. Prael Bacretary
Astoria Bavtnrs Hank Trsasurer
A complete tock of lumber on hand
In ths roufc-h or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, celling and all klnUs of finish J mold
ings and shingles. Terms reasonable
and prices at bedrock. AH orders
promptly attended to. Offlee and yard
at mill. H F L. LOQAN,
Seaside, Oregon. Proprietor.
DR. O. B. ESTEB,
PHYSICIAN AND flURGBON.
Special attention to diseases of womss
Offlcs over Dans'.ger's store. Astoria
Telephone No. 11.
Children's alinrt Coats, ws bars
good assortment at prloss from .
Cldldrans' long Coals, mads of
Hilled good mguiar pries oo,
CliRdrans' long Coats of fancy col
ored Ikiuols itoUi, rsrviUr pries
t 00. sals rlc
IaiUo' Wvk figured Mohair sP
arals skirt, full width vtlvetssn
bound, sals prkw
LatUca bla'k Alica snparals skirt
taffeta llnsd. valvstssn bound, ehsap
at W.00. sals prtos
AIh all t lglit
C. II. Orkwitz
U Id'ANK I'llre rut In two.
A. V. ALLEN.
( irtMiriis, lVt'tl, Fruits,
Cor.Tsnlh and Commercial street.
1 rUrhle and (Iranlis
inrtorr a minak,
T.'l K M.iiiIxiii si , I'urtlsnd, Or
KINlm OK I'KMKTKRV WiiltK.-.
; Oriental Novelties
i Japanese Goods
6-i.l Cotiimcroinl Klrmil
Neil U Mailisoii's Cltftr Slaoi!
Astoria Electric Supply Co.
WIRING & REPAIRING.
a-SO Commercial Hirost.
,SNAP A KODAK.
st any man comluf out o'
our store and you'll gat
portrait of k man brlmmluR
over wtlb pleasant UioiiKtita,
Hueh quality In the liquors
ws bare 10 offer are eoouiibu
pious any mas.
COMIP AND THY TIIRM
HUGHES & CO
J. B. WYATT,
Phoas No, 68
PAINTS nnd OILH.
' Spaclsl Attention I aid to Supplying 8h Ips
. )H7a . ,o97
a 5pec.SaLtv ' Brotliers
Hit it! ware
Iron anil Steel
Groceries nnd I'rovlslons
Hour unit Mill I'ecd
1'niiits, Oils 11 ml Varnishes
Doors and Windows
Wagons and Vehicles.