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THE DAILY AST0K1AX. KKIDAY MOKMNU. JINK 8, !;.
TH EXCELLENCE CF SYECP OF FIGS
U due not only to the originality nd
ilmpllcity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with which it is
manufactured by acientiflo processes
known to the CaMronsu Fio Strut
Co. only, and we wish to Impress upon
- all the importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. At the
genuine Syrup of Figs la manufactured
by the Cauohxia Fio Sraur Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthiest
Imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The high standing of the Cali
fornia Fio bVKVP Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the aatitfaction
which the genuine Sjrrup of Figs has
fftrea to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far io adrance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it docs not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
sax raaxcisc. oa
lACUVlLLC S. KKW YC H. T.
J THOBB WHO WISH TO HAVE :
j THE MONDA.T EXTRA A8TOR- :
I LAN WAR EDITIONS DELIVER- :
I KD AT THEIR RESIDENCES :
J OR PLACES OF BUSINESS :
I WILL PLEASE BEND THIS :
I COUPON WITH THEIR AD- :
DRESS AB AUTHORITY TO THE :
: BUSINESS omCE FOR THE :
I EXTRA CHARGE.
The woods and ways
Are pleasant, and the beech and lime
Put forth, and fell a gladder clime,
Try Shlllinga Best tea and baking;
. Best to cream at the Bonbonnlera.
Sweet cream, 10 cents a pint, at the Bps.
Cream 10 and lie per pint. Parlor Candy
' Mldwlfe-Nri. Mary Make, 792 Exchange
InfauU' If all floods at Dunbar'.
Charles Btone ha returned from Can
ada. Try Golden Gate compressed yeast at
' Miss Hunsell, optician, will be In the
city June I and 7.
Freeh cream, strawberries sad tea at
Foard & Stokes Co.
If Snodgrass doesn't make your pictures
you don't get the best
STien you want fine tea. good coffee and
splcea try Foard & Stokes Co.
Just try one of those Ice creams wltn )
crushed strawberries at the Parlor.
House For Rent Seven rooms; nice
view of the river. ICS Exchange street.
8. A. Scott, the Eagle Cliff cannery,
man, was a visitor In the city yesterday.
Blx carloads of salmon were shipped yes
terday by the O. R. & N. Co. for eastern
At the Louvre you can get anything
you like in the way of liquid refreshments,
music or luncheons.
For Rent At Seaside, one store building
and one barber shop. Inquire of L. G.
West, Clatsop, Oregon.
ew crop oneo iruiui, new crop
figs and assorted nuts-all extra fine qual- ,
lty, at Ross, Hlgglns & Co.
In the circuit court yesterday argument
was continued In the will contest of the
estate of Job Ross, deceased.
The present proprietor Is keeping up
the reputation of C. B. 8mlth for making
fine Ice cream at the Parlor.
Mr. C. G. Coker, of the A. & C. freight
department, has returned to Portland,
where he will act as city solicitor.
Don't use a plaster for lame back, but
take Hall's Juniper Kidney Cure. It has
cured others, ft may you. Try It. Charles
A regular pantomlne of views depleting
the life and history of Astoria, and
souvenirs of the city and country at the
Do not forget that you may obtain re
served seats for the High school com
mencement tonight at Griffin & Reed's
without extra charge.
The steamer Telephone arrived down
rly yesterday afternoon with the larg
est freight and passenger list since the
She had 7J pas
Lout June J, on Franklin avc nu, b-
tween Twelfth and Seventeenth ttrect,
a Indy's belt. Kinder will plea leave
It at Astorlan office.
Oold mrdnl to Harper Wil'kcy at New
Orlran mid World s Fair at Chicago. Try
1t. You will endorse the Judge' verdict.
Sold by Ponrd A Stoke Co., Astoria, Or.
Oh, y cripple) Vmbrella hospital at
411 Dunn street, city, removed, to 63
Commercial street. I'mbrell.i fully re
paired. Covering a specialty. M. WAN'S
Beautify your hornet by gfllng to Rosen.
stock Bros.' new store and purchasing
strong durable plant bloom or greenhouse
novelty. 616 Commercial street, opposite
Now Is the time for spring cleaning.
After that comes new linoleums, wall
paper and oil cloih, Have you seen our
stock? O. V, Porter, old Central hotel
building. Commercial street.
The grammar school exorcise for the
elithth grad of the city, will lake place
at Adair's school, t'ppertown. at 10 o'
clock this morning. The public Is Invited
to attend the exercises.
James McKe. W. O. Slier. E. W. War
ren, D. U. Slgler, Mrs. 8. C Kenyon, H.
M. Crant. R. Pnlltssch. 11. Wise. H. R.
Westlake, Paul Itrant. 11. A. LalUrr.
Portland, are guest nt The Murray.
rialtl Ktbbuo at luaha.'.
If you have hides, wool, furs, rags,
bottles, lead. trass. copper, sacks, or any
kind of Junk for sale, ship It to It M.
Gaston, 10J Fourteenth street, Astoria.
Oregon, or write him and he will call at
your rlnce and get It. II pays cash.
Energetic agents are making $19 to CO
per day selling our new book Just out
"Great Amerlcan-Spanljh War Scene,"
SX) full-page half-tone picture of onr
navy. Including largo official map, Send
1V poetage for free prospectus. Very best
terms. W. B. COXKEY CO.. Chicago,
Yesterday the lookout at the cape tele
graphod that a strange steamer was In
the offing signalling for a pilot. The Relief
steamed down only to And the Argyll
with a pilot aboard. The slcnal man
mistook the fore and aft signal of the
S. Newman, Ilwaco: George H. Kaiser,
H. M. Crant. Portland; P. A. Brown. Se
attle: Lewis Bearwald. J. H. Sturdevant.
S,in Francisco; I. Nathan. J. McAuet, A.
F. Worth, manager Star Specialty Co..
New York; F. D. Wetherby, Boston; S. P.
Mackey. Rldgtleld. are registered at the
The steamer Georg W. Elder arrived in
yesterday from Sitka, via Xanalmo, hav
ing taken on 5H ton of coal st the latter
port, Sh had M packages of liquors on
j board, besides a small amount of freight
j of various kinds. The Elder brought down
sixteen passenger, sll of wtiora went on
Th rise In the river has overflowed the
low lands In the neighborhood of Gobel
to such an extent ttm th roadbed of th
A. A C. Is considerably softened, neces
sitating extremely careful handling of
trains. Th roadbed Is In no danger from
the high water, but being new Is to tome
extent affecteJ by It.
Emplr Tor! at Dunbar's.
i The excellent work done by the Ecllps
! Hardware company ha made an en
viable reputation for that concern. Y'
terd.ay it closed a contract with the gov
ernment fir a new roof on the powde
house at Fort Canby. Uncle Sam may be
sure that his powder house will not leak
during next winter's rains,
An Improvement was reported in the run
of salmon yesterday. The fishermen cam
in with larger catches and larger fish
Nearly double the delivery' was received
at Trescott's cold storage yesterday, 44
cents being paid, as has been for some
tlm past for all salmon weighing over
thirty pounds. The freshet and muddy
water Is given as the reason for the Im
proved run. and the fishermen as a con
sequence can work day or night,
General Agent N. Posten of the Pacific
Coast Company, was In the city yesterday
with Mr. Brown, the superintending en
gineer of bridges and buildings of the
company, who made s sketch of the pro
posed improvements to be made to thel
coal bunkers at th east end of the O.
R. 4 N". dock In this city. The bunkers
will be entirely rebuilt, the capacity In
creased to ZM tons and modern machinery
put In for quickly coaling merchant
steamships and war vessels,
The British steamhlp Argyll, Captain
Ward, arrived in yesterday afternoon, 33
days from Hong Kong, via Honolulu,
She left Honolulu May 23 and made the
trip to this port In the quick time of
nine days. The Argyll landed 26 Chines
and Japanese passengers at Honolulu
and hai1 six on board for Portland. She
had a light cargo, consisting of Chinese
merchandise and curios. Captain Ward
stated that for three days prior to his de
parture from Honolulu the entire city
was decorated with Hags and in srala attire
ready to receive the steamer Peking with
the United Btaies troops on their way to
Needs assistance It may be best to ren
der It promptly, but one should remem
ber to use even the most perfect remedies
only when needed. The beat and most
simple and gentle remedy Is the Byrup
of Figs, manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Co.
THE COMMON COUNCIL.
Ordinance Defining Fire. Limits Within
the Cltv Passes
At 'he regular meeting of the common
councll i,.., n,tht vavr.e ,.r.,man n,.
8ldl;( - wltn a1 the counc.llm,.n preil,:M
Petitions for ll'juor license were read
from George Hartley and Alex Grant, and
referred to the committee on health and
A petition from John Enberg for the
return of road and poll taxes was read
and referred to the committee on ways
A petition from residents and property
owners on the cam Mn of the Clatsop
Mill asking the council to pans an or
dinance compelling them to erect flre-
I nrm.f hnllrtlnpg una rff,rra;1 I n ih. ntr.
mlttce on fire and water.
A petition from the owners of property
on Twenty-nlth and Grand avenue, asking
to lower the crossing ten feet lower than
what It Is now, was referred to the street
A communication from Chief Stockton
of the fire department recommending that
a larger district be placed within the fire
limits was referred to the committee on
Are and water.
A communication from Chief Stockton
recommending that certain people be paid
an amount aggregating $16 for services
at the Clatsop Mill fire was referred to
the committee on fire and water.
A communication from the committee on
ways and means recommending tbe'pay-
opening of the railroad,
Pereale at Ifnnttat't.
ment of city officials' salaries for the
month of May wa adopted.
The street committee reported favorably
on the payroll of the superintendent ol
streets and city surveyor and the tame
Iteportt from the city surveyor and sup
erintendent of streets staling that the
west 47'j feet of the crossing on Seven
teenth street had been complete,! by the
contractor, I t-ebeck, were placed on
file, A wrangle occurred over the work
not having been don In acnnlnnce with
the ordinance- governing the Mine; that
the lumber used wat of an Interior quality
and that the work had commenced before
the contract had been drawn up or elgncd
by th ciint ractor and chairman of the
atreel ciimmlttee. The latter explained
that the crossing wat In a bad condition
and that the work was rushed to acoum
mod Me the public, with the above results.
A report from the superintendent of
streets stating that the necessary repairs
cause. I by the (Ire to Franklin avenue
would amount to $13, was referred to
the street committee.
A reHirl from the s?me officer asking
what method the contractor should pur
sue on the Eighth street Improvement
was, on motion, referred to the city attor
ney to give the necessary Information
and look over the contract.
A communication was read from the
committee on street and public ways
recommending that the city offer Bishop
Morris 3 for lot J, block W. Adair's I'pper
Astoria, the properly being 1-3, part of a
lot. On motion the communication was
referred to the commit! on public prop
An ordinance wa Introduced regulatlmt
the construction and repairing f build
ings and establishing the tire limit of the
city of Astoria, beginning at the north
west corner of bl.K k 1, then,- south along
the west line of block 1. theno east to a
point where Astor street Intersect Sixth
treet, thenc south along the center ol
Sixth street to Commercial street, thence
along Commercial street to the Intersec
tion of the center of Eighth trcet with
tht center of Duane treet. thence east
along Duane street to Eighteenth, thence
outh along Eighteenth street to the cen
ter of Exchang street, thenc east to a
point where the center of Exchange Inter
acts th center of Twenty-third, thence
south along Twenty-third to a point
where th center of Twenty-third inter
sects th center of' Franklin avenue.
thenc rast along Franklin avenue to the
center of Twenty-thlrJ, thenc north to
th established wharf lln on the Co
lumbia river, thenc west along th wharf
lln to a point opposlt the place of be
ginning. Th ordlnanc was read the
third tlm and passed under suspension of
An ordinance wa Introduced appropri
ating 1S to pay person rendering assist
ance at th Clatsop Mill Are, and read the
An ordlnanc wa Introduced accepting
the street Improvement on th crossing at
Seventeenth and Commercial street, and
passed the second reading.
An ordinance authorising the auditor
and poltc Ju.lg to collect the assess
ments remaining unpaid on the Commer
cial street Improvement wa read the
third tlm and passed.
Requisitions for supplies for th fir and
street department were granted and th -
HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT.
The following Is th program for the
High school commencement to be held
at Fisher's opera house tonight:
Orchestra "Ken Hur Chariot Race"
Salutatory Paul A. Tru'.llnger
Essay Margnre May H gglns
"Behold men riding on red hrsa."
High school choru "Freedom Forever'"
Oration Loring S. Stlnson
"The power of a purpose."
Essay Elisabeth May Ilusey
"The girl I !-f Vhlnd rr.e."
Or hetra "Admiral Dewey's Quickstep"
Oration Wilfred C. Curtis
"The evolution of government."
Essay Laura L. Fox
"Simon says. Thumb up."
Quartette Mesdame C. W. Fulton. It.
Van Dusen, J. T. Ross, C. J. Tr-nchard.
Essay Annie S. McLean
"Beneath the surface."
Oration Charle E. Gray
"Are the conservative force In our gov
ernment strong enough to Insure Its
Orchestra "Medley Overture"
Clas prophecy George Barker
"I will teach you your fates."
Valedictory Bessie Leonora Ross
"Forwrard ever, backward never."
High chool chorus "Flag of the Free"
Presenting clas to Board of Education
R N. Wright, principal High school
Awarding of Diplomas
J. W. Conn, chairman Board of Educa
tion. Orchestra "Intermeixo" from opera of
Address to Graduating Class
Orchestra "Good Night"
The program will begin promptly at
LAKE BENNETT OPEN.
San Franclnco, June I A Chronicle dis
patch from Bkagway says:
Lake Bennett Is free of all but floe ice
and boats are passing frmo the portage
at the foot of Llnderman through Carl
boo crossing. Beyond Cariboo crossing
there Is practically open water to the
center of the gold country. Rigid regula
tions governing the ueparture of boats
from Lake Bennett have within the past
few days been put In force by the Cana
dian poHi e officials as Mafegiiards against
the accidents that may occur through
craft becoming Jammed In the narrows
of the water course. Only "J boats a day
are allowed to pass through the connect
ing channel between Lake Bennett and
Taglsh. Before goinr by the Cariboo
crossing each boat I numbered and the
names end former residences of thoHe In
It taken down. By this precaution the
Canadian suthorltles can keen a record
of the drownings that may result from
this season's ruHh to the Yukon.
DROP IN WHEAT.
New York, June 2. The Herald says:
Coincident with another sharp break In
wheat yesterday there wait a big drop In
all grades of flour, ranging from M to V
cents on fancy patents and 25 cents on
the cheaper grades of flour. There has
been a gradual slipping away In the price
of flour during the last week, until yes
terday the quotations were from II to
$1.25 below the hlghent price which was
touched on the great boom In wheat en
gineered by Lelter. As a result of the
weakness there wa little demand for
flour, and a majority of the dealers re
holding off In hope of getting in ut the
THE PIONEER LIMITED
Ts the name of the only perfect tram m
the world, now running every night be
tween St. Paul and Chicago, via the
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul railway
the pioneer road of the wet In adopt
ing all Improved facilities for the safety
and enjoyment of pn!",er,feTS. An Illus
trated pamphlet, showing vews of beau
tiful scenery along the route of the Pio
neer Limited, will be sent free to any per
son upon receipt of two-cent postage
stamp. Address George H. Heafford,
General Passenger Agent. Chicago, in.
It doea seem as though the person whom
you desire mout to please is the one with
whom you most often signally fall.
A STRANGE CASE
lluilv of (i, N, Uilluiiin I'o ii nil tin the
North Shore of Yuuno's lit.
HIS RKVOI.VI K 11 Y II IS SUM;
No Conic Caa. fie iiiicd tor tht lt.i-.lt let
Other Ikia Tcmnmm imskity ttin
Vi is Ihio.I Stupe.
Astoria was startled lust even ng by the
nc of the suicide on the clue of town
of one of the A. A I'.'s hot known civil
engineers. U. N. Plllmun, who has Iwen
coiinectnl with the rood since It bcitan
construction woik. No cause can yet be
assigmnl for the rah act. other than that
his frlcn.1 say he has been worrying over
h't work lately and think his mind Iv.ame
unUilancc.l. Ills work is In good con
dition and his tiomcstlc life has been ot
Uit Monday Mr. iMUnian I. ft his sta
tion at v'lat-kanlc and canw to tills city,
lie has been on that dliUlon for to years
and the cltlseii there say that Ills life Wits
most exemplary and gave no hint ot Its
tragical termination. Tuesday morning
he kissed his wit.' gooUie at the lintel
here where they roomed mn! started for
th office. Shortly afterwards he re
turned on some pretext and again left the
house. When he did nt return yesterday
and was not at his tamp the alarm was
gien and scan made. At I, A) tht after
noon while Harry llobson. a teamster,
wis searching along I lie sh.re of Young's
Hay on the south side of the city at the
trd of Eighth street for logs he illscov-
eicl the bo.ly of a dead man lying on til
!"'' h with a revolver beside H. mi empty
hell In one chamber, the others not being
landed. The coroner was notified and the
remain brought to the city, where they
wen Identltled as those of Mr. tUllman.
Mr. IMUnian was well known and popu
lar In Astoria, where he hail many friend.
Ill brother. 1 C. l'lllman. of Sok.ine.
wa the man who aided In building that
city and pla. ed the ilrr.il Northern sub
sidy ileal there three year ago The
two brother met In Portland last S in
day or Monday, U C. lnlltmin going to
T.icoma. where he now Is. A year itg
In April Mr. tl. N l;llni.m was m.irriej
here to Mrs. Funge and their relations
since have been most happy.
At the coroner's office an examination
of the remains showed that death cam"
from a single bullet tired Into the right
temple. He wa known to have taken
his revolver with him when he left home
Tuesday morning. The ln.ju.sl will be
held today at l.3 p. m.
SKTTI.KHS I'c.MIN.', T ilii:ii"N
It. C. Ju.l-
n Ke'urns From a Visit
"While on my trip east I w is most Im
pressed with the large nuinl. r of settlers
coming to locate In Oregon, Washington,
and California, by rn.n of the elie.ip
rates." r. marked Industrial Agent It C
Ju l-..n, to a Telegram r. frt. r. wtnl
spraklrt alsiut the conditions east, the
Klondike bus hi. s ihe mumT"ii, :n
Hiilrtes about Oregon, his work with to
bacco plants and other things.
Mr Jii.Il.ii has Just returned. While
away he tu.i.. inlu.trtes wh.ch he
thought wouid ! ben-il l.:l to Oregon.
Tills Includes the experimental t.it.ii In
Minnesota. There he ur. .l ,-hotce s Is
whl. h might ppve of value to f.irm. rs
along the (). It. A N ile found th- crops
looking finely in that slate, but they l"
not empire with the cr"t In I'mitllla
and Union is. unties, or., nnd Puloiis.. .m l
Walla Walla counties Wash. In f.i. t. Mr.
Judson said he had never . n su.-h line
crop as tlioe In th'? districts mentioned.
Solid fields of waving grain were there
which simply looked grand. The lute
rains did a great deal of gsx. Barley, he
said, was hooding out.
On his way back. Mr. Judson st.pped
at the Walla Walla experimental station.
He found some seed there up und doing
nicely. Next he went to Pendleton, where
the O. R. & N. has a tobacco plantation,
and Khlpind a consignment of tubactu
plants to the Walla Walla matlon. The
man In charge nt Pendleton had set out
'Alt plants of the following varieties:
Comstock. Spanish leaf, Havana, und Su
matra. He also Too 3344 plants to the
O. R. N's other experimental matlon
at Smead's farm. Btalock, which were set
At ibmd River he learned that the
strawtierry rulturlsts were very short on
picker, us well ns cars. Railroad men
are swarming along the vulley making
all kinds of rates to the cultivators. The
O. R. & N. Is prewiring to send In extra
car and do everything possible for their
relief. There will be Z.) crate this
While Mr. Judson was east there was
more Interest Hhown about Oregon than
In regard to the Klon...k'. Ho noted with
pleasure that the clas which ts heading
this way Is composed of thrifty. Intelli
gent farmers, who are a credit to any
community. The widespread Interest
which Oregon ha creatisl I shown by
Ihe fact that Professor Thomas Hhaw,
one of the leading breeder of the State
of Mlnnesotu, a writer who luui made his
writings known throughout the west by
his thorough knowledge of the subjects,
will soon visit Oregon to spend a mouth
and study Ihe conditions..
DEWEY AND THE PRINCE.
Chicago, June 2 Churle N. Post, vice
president of ihe Lyon & Ilealy Company,
who has Just returned from a tour of the
Orient, met Admiral Dewey In Hong Kong
March Z'i. Mr. Post tells of a social pass
axe at arms between Dewey anil Prince
Henry, a brother of Emperor William,
commanding tho German squadron at
Hong Kong. Prince Henry, Immediately
iifu-r his arrival at Hong Kong, gave a
banquet to the high officer of the other
Heels, ,-i rnoriK whom was Rear Admiral
Dewey. At the feaHt the prince proposed
a toast to his own country, then to Great
Britain, then to all the great powers, ex
cept Ihe United .Slates. Finally, Just be
fore the dinner was over, the royal host
proposed a toast to this country. When
Hear Admlr.il Dewey saw that apparently
his country waa to be slighted, he left
the banquet without ceremony. The next
day a representative of Prince Henry sent
a roundabout apology to the American
commander. Dewey sent back word to tho
emperor's brother that he would accept
nothing but u written or personal apology
from the prince. The lattor then, called
upon Dewey and tipollglzed, saying that
In the confusion of the dinner he (the
prince) thoughtlessly neglected to put
the American toast In its proper place on
While Mr. Post was at Hong Kong
Prince Henry gave a ball, but Admiral
Dewey, though Invited, did not attend.
The affair wa not allowed to get out
and Mr. Post received It first hand from
one of the officers of the American fleet.
Friday's Surprise Sale
FOUR GREAT SPECIALS FOR TODAY ONLY.
I.arve slse Tapestry Table C
new .l.sltins and coloilutis,
well worth tl no
Today sale only-each
Nottingham l.aco Curtains.
loo. .i Inches wide, I lie
.tl ii III a lifetime; will
For today' sale only
lilve a hail. I.. 'lue pole
flee with ea.'h italr of
s each Full slscl M irsalllesj
Pattern U.-.I Hi'iead, already hem
me.1. worth ! ''.
At li cents per yard-.K Inch Swiss, with
colored patterns; worth ;v cents per
The Only Store That Sells Cheap.
FOR Jl'STICE OF THE PEACE
(Astoria Precinct )
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE
J. W. WILLIAMS
FOR COUNTT CLERK.
Harry J. Wherity
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
Perry A. Trullinger
REGULAR UNION CANDIDATE.
Agents snd ranvaaser to sell Dr.
Klick's Pocket No Inhaler for catsrrh.
asthma, and lung and throat dlas.
Bells av for tl. Big profits. Writ for
ample and term. Dr. Kllck Utdtcal
Company, Cincinnati, 0.
TEMPLB LODOB NO. 1. A. F. AND
A. II. Regular communications held oa
the first and third Tuesday evening of
O. W. LOUNBBERRT. W. U.
B. C. HOLDEN. Secretary.
a T. CROSBY,
Ml Commercial Street
JOHN T. LIGHTER,
Office, upstairs, Asterlaa Building,
C. C. BROWER.
DR. O. B. Ems.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Special attention to diseases of women
Office, ever Donslger's stors, Astoria.
Telephone No. It
J. Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AND COUNBEIJR
Oltlce. Bond Street, Astoria, Or.
DR. JAY TUTTLE.
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
Office, reams I and I, Pythian Building,
WH Commercial Street Residence same.
Acting assistant surgeon Uulted Btates
marine hospital service.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice ts hereby given that the under
signed has this day been appointed as
signee of Rebecca Straus, an Insolvent
debtor. Creditors of the ssld assignor
are hereby notified to present their claims
under oath to the undersigned within
three month from this date at his place
of business at No. 576 Commercial street,
Dated this 11th day of December, MM.
Assignee of Rebecca Btrauss, an Insolvent
Also all I.lxlit
on KNh I.liic,
C. H. Orkwitz
Por Infant! Lnd Children.
an. I 1. 1.
wort it i
eents a vard 1 il vai.1. l'nl.lea. lw.l
- , i me.litiiu weiuhi. ('anion Flannel ,
i worth ? cents a yard-
S cent a vnrtl-1.,Vi yards Uleachrd
l. -.1111111 Weight t'aiitoti I'I.iiim.I
worth 10 ..nil a yard.
e.u h-lai.le' Percale Hhlrt
made III I lie late. I styles..,
.MASCOT KID (il.OVKS AKK THE
LVBRICATIMI J pjshe.
oils ; ' ,
a specialty Brothers
IRON AND STEEL
GROCERIES AND PROVIHtoNB
FLOUR AND MILL FEED
PA I NTH. OILS AND VAIlNlHIIfCS
DOORS AND WINDOW
WAGONS AND VEHICLES
A compute stock ot lumber on hnd la
(he rough or dressed. Flooring rustle,
calling and all kinds of flnlh; molding
and shingles. Term reasonable snd
price at bedrock. All ordars promptly
stunded to. Office snd yard at mllL
II. F. U LOGAN.
Seaside. Oregon. Proprietor,
HDC TO ORDER
420 Commercial Street.
of the poddlnc U tn the eatta
and th proof of Bqwors
IS IN SAMPLING
That's an argument tfeM's easv
Our wQl stand Hm test
HUGHES & CO
Also for Medicinal aa4
Private Stock, Cream Rye, Old Hickory,
Pride of Kentucky and Hermltagei Key.
sold California Brandies.
Carlson's FamilyLiquor Store
101 TWELFTH STRUCT
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
Portland and As-
tor s exnrcaa train
via Knnnpa. Clifton.
Westport, Oohle and
New Asiorla passen
First-class trains lcavo Warrenton for
Flavel and New Astoria at 7:45 0:16 and
10:02 a, m.. and 1I-.C5, 1:48 and 5:30 p, m
and returning arrive at Warrenton at 1:06,
9:30, 11:05 a. m., and 1:07, 1:03 and 6:40 p, m.
j. C. mato,
T. H. CURTIS,
Aim. ii iliiitilinni, In gt'eeii l.l'i"
mn i tic h.
1 cents ii mi. I.
sale only - I" I yatd
III ni. r Pin
r..lk.i I'" I"
k Hulls; In Navy
, III.. I st nil no nt
for summer wear -r.uular
pile I-' ts
I'.ir (o.l.tv's s.tl1 en. h
11 i. nt tier yard Heavy Twills.
I ill. k I mm wan anted t.i wah ood.
r. ul.tr pi I. e l.'t i cuts.
At I'. .nils , i. h P.i .ir.ls .mg, TurkUh
, T..S.-I", Hie I. alii towel in lit city
i r-gular pil.v .' cents each.
Th. rs ar all kln.l of Imp In hoM. but
th grratewt "Imp" I lmpoltlon of tav
fertor quality nutquersdrd behind the
touilno of low prlc. Wha th mak
off it will l.e too lat to get your money
l. k. Th tt way I lo v your money
In i.lvanre by buying Ihe but ho, which
ha rerogniaed merit with nothing mesh
ed or ronald.
A Refreshing Selection
You huve perhnpi grown weary of the)
stale products you are compelled to use)
through the wlntor. lCven excellent can
ned goods lose their attrnotlvsn.a after
continually Indulging In them. Menu are
now attractive through the early fresh.
vegetable which you mny have. There's)
a feature In the rioellent thing w are
offering to brighten your menu, lhat you
enn have a largo (election and at mnder
nos. iiioaiNa a co.
We have been la the
In Astoria tor many years, 4artat
whloh time the wants ef our tsa
tomera have beta thoroughly gtav
M and adequate preparation
made to r.t.t their every d.raaa.
We carry the
Largest stock In the city. . .
and every purshase we make tea
the approval of our many years
8UKC""" JOHN HAI1N.
Knot of Ninth Htreof,
Electric Lights-Free Sample Room
K. M, (1UNN, Proprietor
Jtiw tb ' The Kind You hit Always toft
L-Bwri it. ' " mho You ll.iffl Always
it I M