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H.It.Boyle &Go. BOB ComintrcM ft., Alorl, Or. SOMETHING NEW. Ckildrea ltd Yonks' Srctt-Sho4 Shuts. All j Sites lid Style We also carry a fine line of adies' and men's shoos, from the liet-t to l he lowest reliable tods. All goods warranted lust as represented. . JOHN 11AHN A CO., 479 Com inereinl street. YESTERDAY'S WEATHKK. Loral vntlhir for twenty-four hours ending at I p. m. yesterday, furnished by the Unltd State Department of Ar rtoiilture, weather bureau. Maximum temperatur, 4J dcaTrwea. Minimum temperature, 40 degreea. Precipitation. .61 Inch. Total precipitation from September 1st KM, to data, .Ol tnchea Excess of precipitation from September 1st. to data, M Inch. BUSINESS LOCAlS. Job printing of all klndi at th Astorlan Job offica. Try C. B. Smith' Vanilla Ice Cream. It Is omelhlng fin. C o. Palmber. architect Room Num-! bar a. Kinney's butldlrg. i Summer clothing sold at extremely low j price at P. A. 8tokes. j lleany Is th leading tailor, and pay th highest cash prtc for fur aklna j Marshall's twtne ued by 73 per cent ; of the fishermen on the Columbia river. ! Marshall's salmon twine la without a competitor. Strongest, handsomest, beat. I Ic Cream Soda In twenty-two different flavors at C. B. Smith's. Private par lors for ladles. j Th Scow Bay Wood Yard Is well sup plied with the best rrades of Br and hard Uraers prompuy uiiwi Just received, an Immense amount of ; Genu summer clothing, from Eastern j manufacturers, at P. A. Stokes.' j I Parties desiring the best of Job printing at the lowest prices ahi lid call at the ; Astoriaa Job office before goC e--j where. j The Bonbonnlere has today the real j Coal wavered t0 all parts of the city. Boston Chips, strawberry, vanilla and j CjlU for prlcek cheap for cash. El tnolasses flavors. Also the famous Butter j mon son born A Co.. agents. Bonbons. i i Today To arrive this morning, the eel- 8e those elegant new spring patterns , ,brat(H, vashon Island Hot House Let In colored front shirts and cuff J to : (uc, pac(nc commission Co. match at Herman Wise, the reliable Clothier sad Hatter. ) Fisher brothers will today ship as) bar- . i rels of Alaska salt salmon, put up ty Don't fall to see those 111.50 worsted i Jtxaxt Bt)1 & Son t0 A. Booth A Co.. cheviot and melton suits which have just rhiuigo arrived st Herman Wise's one price j clothing; establishment. ! Tne who knows she la too big to An the latest shapes In new spring l ata and caps and clothing: new cuts and new styles, new prices. No trouble to show goods, at Herman Wise's, the one price clothier. Call at Herman Wise's Clothlr.g- store and look at the latest arrivals lit shirt-. I collar, cuffs, hats and clothing. Sorr , nobby and attractive goods both in stylo j and prices. ' ! Business men. it you want io ni up j your orBc for the coming year, with the i best of letter beads, bill hals. le-1 menta, etc. call at the Astorian Job office , where you will find the best of stock j and material. Tha Oregon Trading Co., Commercial j street. Is th ptacj to buy your cry goods, clothing, boots a.lil shoes, men s and ladles' furnishing goods. Should you want an auctioneer, 8. ieJman makes hit office at th Oregon Tradlnf Co Just Arrived A large line of Imported silk, velvet and cloth wraps. n- two alike; a beautiful Una of black dress roods ln th newest designs, also fancy silks for trimmings and waists and a largs Una of duck suits. I. Cohen, Low Price 8 tore, 491 Bond street uo to cimore, rsanoorn s omce ana see their new and handsome twine testing ss good as Marshall's." In your pocket, and test them. Then see how much more Marshall's will stand. It's money ln your pocket and fish In your net to find out. A prominent steamboat man says: "Mr family have used nearly every Drand of Beef. Iron and Wine made, and are sat isfied that the preparation made by th Estes-Craln Drug Co. Is the most palata bei and nutritious of any they have ever need." If you are run down and need a tonic, you should us It. For S cents you can secure an excel lent well-served meal at the Bon Too Restaurant, No. E71 Commercial street. They are also fully prepared to terve all kinds of fish, game and delicacies of the season, ss well as oysters In every Imaginable style at the lowest living prices. Come once and you will con tinue to come. Most so-called "salmon twines" are col ored with acids. The acids rot the fibre and render the material useless. In th office of Elmore, Sanborn ft Co. Is an ob ject lesson that ought to be examined by all fishermen. It Is the whole of the material used ln the manufacture of Mar shall's twine from start to finish. Got there and examine the color right through. Ton will see then why Mar shall's Is called the best In the world. Charles Wlrkkala's saloon on Seventh street the well known and popular re sort tn the Bowery, still maintains lis reputation. Mr. Wlrkkala Is an expe rienced man ln his line of business and keeps on hand only the best grades of wines, liquors and cigars. Concert every evening furnishes amusement for visit ors, and Professor Bchwabe, the well known pianist la making the music one of the features of the place. Call and brine your friends with you. ft Tou know what rubbish slips along with a bait price under cover of a $2.00 shoe ln some stores, made from sllmpsy, slea- sy, sorry rul stuff. We don't keep that kind. THE ARCADE. FROM NOW UNTIL SPRING Overcoats and winter wraps will be In fashion. They can be discarded, tempor arily while traveling In the steam-h'-ated trains of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul Railway. For solid comfort, fori speed and for safety, no other line can; compare with this great railway of the! West I t Those men's (2.00 shoes that fit perfectly, wear as they should, are solid, honest leather, and more lowly priced than you are used to seeing such shoes. THE ARCADE. For the best of commercial Job print ing call at the Astorlan Job office. Rcnl SPECIAL OFFER We have now placed on the market Block 105 and water frontage, and will offer lots In that addition at prices way below adjoining property. We will Rive you pood terms on this property, and a few : dollars invested in lots in this addition will sure make you money. Sec fine display map in our window. SELL CHEAP an YOU'LL SELL AS ni'CH A fOlR OTHIR iluess we hare, for It'a harl (i.oush to ktrp all lses In stoekof those ladles' Collars and Cuffs that are worn with thla season's ahlrt waists. Prte 5c t- ALBERT DUNBAR FRIDAY ni SATURDAY AROUND TOWN. Better be with the dead. Whom we, to train our plaoe. have sent to prat. Than on the torture of the mind to He In restless ecsiacy. Shakespeare. Have you bousht your linen duster? Strawberries are growing lanter. the prices smaller. Fresh strawberries at Foard A Stokes Company's today. After Faster Sunday It does not seem Ions to Fourth of July. Fresh Oregon and California vegetables at Foard A Stokes Company's today. Headquarters for ltutter. cheaper and better than anywhere. Pacific Commis sion Co. Arbor Pay was yesterday celebrateJ by all the schools In the city In a fltiltig manner. V. Burnett has been quite HI for the past three days, but he Is now recoertng slowly. The woman who wishes to retain a man's affection should never ask him to go shopping with her. Miss Lewis ami Mrs. DuRette Invite the ladles to call at their dressmaking parlors. No. 1S l"th street. Inspector Arnold, and I". 8. Marshal Grady, came down yesterday from Tort land on the China steamer. The wedding of Mr. August Hall, of Fort Steven, which was to take place Sunday, has been postponed. J play with dolls, but Is too young to do up ner nair anu put on long gowns, is to he pitted. Encourage home enterprise. Buy your coal of Elmore, Sanborn A Co., agents. Steamer Harrison will arrive today, di rect from the Oilman mines. Mr w- A Bennetti a capitalist of the j,, arr1veu ln the Ci,y on Oxr steamer qUeen from San Francisco yesterday, and Is visiting his friend, Mr. Wambold. I gteamer Harrison Is due with cargo of , oilman coal. Patronlxe the only steam- i ghp ne making Astoria home port and j termlnus Elmore. Sanborn A Co., are agents. j A young'glrrs frock may be simply made with kilted skirt and plaited ruffles over the shoulders. For dancing school or every day wear, It Is made of chiffon In delicate shades. If the steamer Harrison can dispose of enough coal to keep her running regular ly, Astoria will have steamer communi cation with tfie Sound. Elmore, San born A Co., Agents. Mr. Percival Milnes, travelling for a San Francisco house, will leave for that city thla evening to take a new territory. He will be missed by the merchants ln this section of the country. The Pacific Commission Co. Is the only house In the city that carries the most complete variety of California and na tive fruits and vegetables. Don't fall to stock up for your Sunday dinner. The new uniforms for the Astoria mili tary band are expected to arrive today. That organisation will then blossom forth In its new Easter attire, and will no doubt make better music than ever. Mrs. Wambold and family arrived yes terday from Nebraska, and consequently Mr. W. Is a happy man. He went to The Dalles a day or two ago and met his family there, returning with them to As toria. Strawberries are again In the market, and while they are a little out of the reach of the ordinary purse, the quality of the fruit seems to be good, and ship pers promise a plentiful supply of the fruit soon. Professor Tyndall. the mystic, returned to Portland last evening, promising If possible to make another visit to Astoria. The professor's success while here was phenomenal, and the people would hardly let him go. About fifty piles were driven yesterday for the plel foundation of the Young's bay bridge, which completes a little over one-half of this part of the work. A few more days of fair weather will finish the pile driving. Mr. Cole assumes command of the Par ker House this morning, and already has workmen engaged in remodeling this well known hotel. When thrown open to the public he promises that It will be the best ln the city. Henry Pactillla, Deep River: Ous. Llnd herg, Knappton: John Llnde, North Shore; L. W. Lemke and wife, Hare; Wm. Henck, Gray's River, and Duncan McVenn, Urookfleld, were visitors In the city yesterday. The China steamer Mount Lebanon makes a somewhat zig-zag course across the Pacific. She will sail from here to Vlctorlla, thence south to Honolulu, thence north to Yokohama, and then south again to Hongkong. Mr. D. W. Campbell, chief dispatcher of the O. R. and N. Co., J. F. Graham, master mechanic, and J. A. Johnson, gen eral agent in Portland of the China line of steamers, came down on the Mount Lebanon yesterday to get a whiff of salt air. They returned upon the Harvest Queen last night. In the report published In yesterday's Issue of Mr. Davidson's statement con cerning the new road from the lower Ne halem, and error was made In saying that connection was to lie had with the Necarney coast road. The new road goes across the mountains, directly into Seaside, and will shorten the distance for residents ln a large part of the ter ritory, about fifteen miles. Entntc, Loans, InvcHtinctitH nut. litMiirnncc. lr. Kinney returned from New Astu rla yesterday, where he Halted a lara force of men grading streets. He will soon have this addition ready to throw on the market, lie report that I'l.mi people arv planting oats and making gar den. The steamer IV K. yesterday morning transported Mr 1'astahemt's new pu driver to Tansy Point, together with about two tons of holt, nuts ami wash era A number of workmen accompanied the shipment, ami work was begun at onee. The steamer South Const, which crossed out yesterday noon, has msde her last trip to this coast, at hast for the pres ent, as she a III he replaced by the Ar eata, a three-masted steam schooner, having Increased (night and passenger accommodations. Contractor Kyan. who Is doing the work tor the renovation of the ikcldriu hotel. Is making a groat change in the appearance of that e.irv..tisury. It a III probably take two week et to lii.lsh the )oh, but when completed, tha results will be most satisfactory. Owing to delay In the county clerk's ottlce In furnishing the copy lor the pro ceeding of the recent n-aston of the county court, the full report, which should have appeared in this morning s Issue and today's weekly, will not be published until tomorrow. The extensive Improvements being made In the ottlce of Kobb A Parker will make a most decided change In the ap pearance, of Eleventh street. Kvirybody apparently has (alth in the settlement of the depot matter, and general house cleaning is the order of the day. It was reported yesterday that a bomb had been found In II. It. lugalls' corner of Fount Stokes' store. The Imple ment of warfare. It Is aald. was loiul.d with about a teacupful of black powder. Us presence, however, was discovered before any damage w.i done, and all felt relieved when the ugly customer was disposed of. The regular meeting of the upper As toria Social riuh was held list nlirht. After the rendition of an Interesting pro gram the following officers were elects! for the ensuing term. President. A. -K. Kinney: vice-president, John Olsen: sec retary. J. Peterson; assistant serrvtary, Fred Wright: financial secretary C. K. Sterens; treasurer, J. H. Matthew. Mr. I W. Storror, superintendent of the Postal Telegraph Company, slh headquarters at San Francisco, visited the city yesterday In company with Mr Geo. F. Heusner. It was rumored on good authority that the Postal line had taken the control of the local line te tween here and Portland. This means an lncreue of telegraph fa ill ilea for Astoria. In the cln'utt court yestenlay Jane Williamson tiled suit against R. I- J. r fery for a division of Lot t Hhx-k . Shlvely's Astoria. The complaint alleges that, when Mr. Williamson, the plaintiff's husband, died, this piece of pro-icrty. which Is valued M Sl'.rso, was soll, and that plaintiff Is Justly entitled to the dlvlston. Mr. Jeffrey bought the prop erty. The Importation Into the 1'nlted Stat-' of plants from China anil Jnpnn Is for bidden. The reason for this is the prev alence of cholera in the Asiatic coun tries. Nearly all of the plants that come across the Pacific an- shipped in pots ami in their native soil. Ur. Fulton says that nothing absorbs ami holds the germs of disease, especially In an epidemic, so well as the earth. Mr. J. II. Casey, of H Heard, Cnlon county, is visiting In the city. He says that the mining business In his part of the county Is very good. The Held Is only limited by the amount of capital j obtainable for the development of prop- i ertles. Mr. Casey was a delegate to the ' Portland convention, but getting tired of the local factional fights, he con- ! eluded to leave his proxy with his friends and make a visit lo Astoria. , It Is reported that the wool business of Eastern Oregon Is beginning to Irn- I prove. Prices are better, and growers ' hope for the re-establlshment of the Mr- I Kink y tariff. Other lines of business are j In fair condition, but it Is reported that railroad ties, which were formerly worth i thlrty-tlve cents, are now only bringing j seventeen. It Is thought however, that better prices will be had this season, as there Is some construction work tn sight The O. R. and N. Jompany has chanc ed Its time card and lessened the time on through trains. The new card was Inaugurated April 7. and the new ser vice Is now first class In every particular. Hereafter the through trains to and from Portland, will run via I'matllla, Walli Walla, and Pendleton. Through sleepers, flist and second class, will run In con nection with the I'nlon Pacific via Hun tington, as heretofore. There will be a through first-class sleeper, Portland to Spokane, connecting with first-class sleeper to St. Paul, and a through tourist sleeper Portland to St. Paul, will be run in connection with the Great Nor thern railway. Postmaster Wise returned from Ban Francisco yesterday on the steamer Queen, accompanied by his family. Mr. Wise also brought with hfm Messrs. It. and 8. Hreslauer, well known business men of San Francisco, who will spend several days ln looking over the situation In Astoria with a view to going Into business here, in speaking of his visit In California. Mr. Wise statej that he had a most delightful outing, which wis marred only by quite a serious accident to his wife,' who fell off a cable tar, spraining her wrist and slightly cutting one eye. The street car company very promptly defrayed all expenses of sur gical attendance, and the lady is now doing very well. The new baths at fiu tro Heights are simply magnificent and beyond dtscriptlon. BICYCLE ACADEMY. Sherman A Thing have opened a riding school next door to Pa-lfle Express office. Competent Instructors constantly In at tendance. Cleveland and Crescent bi cycles for sale and rent NOTICE FOR BIDS Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the County Court of Clatsop County, until Monday, May 4th, WM, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the maintain ing and operating of a steam ferry across Young's river from the county road end ing at Daggett's Point In Sec. 9), Tp. 8 N., R 1) W to Case's Astoria, for one or more years. All bidders will be re quired to state the size, tonnage and horse power of boat, number of trips to be maintained each day, rates if ferriage to be charged, and any other Information In regard to establishing and maintain ing suh ti-rry. For further Information ami details application should be made to J. H. D. 'Iray, County Judge. All bids to be Indorsed "Proposals for Ferry Across Young's River." The right to reject any and all bids Is hereby reserved. By order of the County Court. Astoria, Oregon, April loth, 1MI. F. i. DUNIIAR, County Clerk. The only place in Astoria to Imy CRAIN'H SAR8APAHILLA la at the EHtes-Crian Ilrug Company'!. ;ST ACTION OF TRAP.1 Will I tirnih Suttmiij's Cnnncry rih nt 1'iuir Cents ur I'uunit. U'lth Noiu r. si kvh on markets Will Not ft tllnkvd in !ctl risk Itdtr kit) tiivist.ivt Uc nrrul Kftlftt TUji tUc Tii-sliU Coalit Not I1ar tVci .sftasurd. It was stated on good authority yes lertlay exe.ilng that the Baker's bay trap men ha"e come to an understanding wllh Seuborg's cannery, by which that estab lishment was to take llsh at lour win per pound. Viwler the protection of the mllllla sent down by Governor McGraw, of Washington, the trap men fe.'l that they can fish with perfect safety, and they are satisfied, so It la said, with the four ccnl price. Just how the Seut-oig cannery, which Is a member of the Picker' Association, can justify Its action In taking llsh from tranmcn when other members of the combine cannot procure fish, at less than !te cents. Is hard to understand. The gentleman who makes the report of affairs on that side of the bay, staled that there might possibly lie some clause in the agreement which would penult of such a deal hut he was inn aware of It For kchvI reasons, gie requested that his name If not used In connection with the mailer: but volunteered the In formation ami stated that arrnngenv nls as above h.i l ben posliltety made. What action the nshernu n will take In regard lo the .nailer remains lo he seen. The vanuis flsh markets in the city yestenlay nvelved t oil. e inm the tl-h r men that If any salmon wen found on their slabs they wool. I le seised and ! thnwn oerho.ml. The men are deter i mined to carry out the provisions of the ngrtH'ment made ty them, not to fish ' themsch es. only for home consumption. : and net to permit any one else lo llsh I until the q'.fslt-ui of rrl e li.d In en sat . Isfaciorily arr.inse.1 wlih the cannery J men Those who are w-st misi.sI do not j thljk that there will be any trouble over the Itaker's flay matter, and are Inclined to think that the Information received from llwaeo yest. rl.i w-s i-osed on ru mots wiihoii fo'in.' nlo- T.slay will r.o ; doubt tell the story. a)d demonstrate i whether either oomMiu'ioii has the smngth to st.in.1 out f.r tl-e position taken bv II The concensus of .'Pinion s.'ems to le one of general regnt that the nu n and the pack, rs could not have come together on common ground. All business In therltyls suffering, and there ' Is little hope of revival until the difficult? ! with the fishermen is settled. t-iifllT STISKKT SCHOOL. Arbor Day Exercise of More than Ordi nary Interest. Arlsir Pay was celebrated In Room 7, McClure School, by tastefully decorated boanls, a profusion of plants ami flowers and the following well-rendered program: Room. X Miss t-eab-y teacher, Joined In the exercises. Mesdames I'hrcaner, Schnild. Josephson. t'rnnk, ami Mioses Nellie f!us. y and olive Dougherty were umong the visitors. Song. 'Come o IV llllls,' by school 11. -citation, by llll.-n olsnn. Flower Impersonations. Fannie Cope land. Mary Now-b-n, and Laura Parker. Tree lnii'P""nailons, John Alb n, John MeCann, Knille N'yman. Conundrums, Herman Smith and Tom Parker. Kiddles and charudes.Hattte I'tilnger, Annie Olsen, Mary Hoefky. Iten Powell, Ida Norherg. Recitations. I.lllle Carlson. Charles Cleveland. Lulu Estes. Alvlna Ken-hoff, Filgar Oearhart. Itosa Durwlis, Arthur Bosworth. "Crowning of the Forest King," a dia logue. John Flnlayson. Oak: iluy Orecn. Chestnut; Peter Flnlayson. Maple; John Lundqucst, Elm; Arthur ImholT. Beech; Carl Koss, Pine. Crocus, Hanna Busman; Lilly. Alenia Nyland. Violet, Elsie Klmnre: Itose, Eli nor Cronk; Pansy. Honlta Taylor; Snow drop. Eva Ooodman. A Floral Game conducted by Mrs. Bu sey. Bong, "Merry May," by choir. Elsie Elmore, organist. THE 8 II IV ELY SCHOOL ARBOR DAT EXEKCIHK3. Arbor Day was duly observed In Bhlve ly school yesterday afternoon. Many pleasing number were rendered by the boys and girls. They take great delight In such work. Every one was at his post eager to discharge his duty. The decorations were especially appropriate, having been arranged In an artistic man ner. They were entirely the work of the pupils teachers had little to say. The exercises bv three primary rooms held In conjunction, were of excellent merit. The woodsmen dressed In duck, and carrying their ait, performed their parts wej) Singing and other pleasing numbers made up the lengthy program. Following Is the program as rendered In the Grammar grade: Remarks relative to the day, Prof, Jackson. Chorus, to tune of "Marching Thro' Georgia," school. Recitation, Opening Number, Master Boyle. Recitation, "Arbor Day." Myrtle Don ecka. "Rock-a-bye Wrdle," solo from Miss Garner's Room. Reading, by Lizzie Webber. "Pussy JVMlow, Come Out," by Lotlle Grpy. Music on the guitar, by Etta Btrauss. Extracts and quotations, confined to arbor culture, by fourteen boys and girls from Prof. Jackson's room. "The Mighty Oak," Joseph Donecka. Patriotic song by school. CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW. Swedish Lutheran Church Services Sunday morning In English, Sunday school at 12:15. Swedish services at 7:16 p. m. Next Tuesday at p. m. the pas tor will deliver his second lecture on as tronomy. The young people Of Upper Astoria are specially Invited. Services In the German language will be held in the Congregational church, on Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Customary services at fhe Congrega tional church. Norwegian and Danish M. E. Church, Upper Astoria service tomorrow at 11 a. m. Subject, "Confession and Foreglvc ness." After this service the lord's Supper will be observed. At 7:4.". p. m. the subject Is: "God. the Portion of His People." The "Religious Deserter" will be the subject of the morning discourse of the Baptist church nnd "The Foes of our Own Households" thar of the evening. Sunday school, H. Y. P. IT. and prayer meeting at the usual time and place. Strangers are cordially Invited to worship at this church. Tho usual service will he held at the Presbyterian church tomorrow. Preach- L lug morning ami evening by tun pastor, Itev. It. I.ul.bil. Kabluith school after the morning service, V. I'. 8 C. K Ml e l p. in. All are ery conllally ItiUled to attend tlu'se servb-es. M, K". t'buroh 8erlces II a. m. and I Ai p. m. I'r tl. M Irwin, stale siisi llitoitdeiit of publle Instruction, will oc cupy th pulpit at one of these services. Class meeting nt 1" ' a in and M p. in. KuiHlay schiutt at IMfc Kpworlh league at i. N'ew member will lie rvoelved after the morning servb'S. OVH COUNKB. A genlleman's resort, at corner Pond and 13th itreMe. Th finest brand of liquors and cigars always on hand. Call and try u. ANDKItSON A PUTP.nON, NOTION TO WATKIt CtiNHl'MKIIS All service pipe that ale now oiineiMi.1 wllh the old main on Mh atnct lMtweut Franklin avenue mid Aator streets, must le cbaiw.1 to the new main on Mh sin'et by April 11 Aim nil service pl s Unit an now mil' nee test wllh the old main on Hon! stnet between ih stnvt and ind street, must be changed to the new main on I lend sireet by April IKIh The above mentioned old main will be taken up atitl water consumer will gov ern thomselvc accontlngtv ' tIKO A. SIIIKI.I'S, Hupl m Tw thing worth knowing ;k first, to make friends; next, to ikeep them. We believe our granite war stork Is doing that dally, lairtr Dish Pan U cent. T1IK AHCADK. MKMOVAU Having removed to H uid street :et d.stir lo JelTfl resiurant. I rsspertfully In vite my friend and others In need of good, hon.st footwear, lo call on tn in the new place. New work a Well as re pairing, thvod workmanship and live and let II, price. H A. GIMIltC Ti e be t blmsl punllcr ! CUAIN'H SMiSAl'AKlt.l.A title I titnl'itl and lwctiytieltieifor $1 Old Bachelor -'Now that your sister has married. It Is your turn. Young tuuty -Is that meant as an offer? Don't be persuaded to try some thing ,you know nothing about lor a remedy that has stood the test for twenty years. ScHI&mufstcTL of Cod-liver Oil never fails to arrest wasting, both in children and adults. "There are others," but they are imitations. yc. and tt at all druggists. WANTED. WANTED An honest, ae!lv gentleman or lady to travel for reltabl established house. Salary, 7wj, payable IK weekly and expenses. Situation permanent. Itef erencts". Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope, Th Dominion Company, fit Omaha Building, Chicago. FOR SALE. FOR SALE A good piano. In excellent repair, for ITS. in. This la a rare chance tu get an Instrument worth twice the money. i'H Ilond street JAPANESE aOODtt-Juet out-Just re ceived Just what you want at Wing Lev's. Ml Commercial street. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Two business houses, one with IS furnished rooms upstairs, other with 1 furnished rooms upstairs and liar fixtures down stairs. Call at thla office. FOR RENT A furnished suit of rooms on ground floor, centrally located. M Exchange street FOR RENT Nlot rooms, over C. B. Smith's candy itora Inqulr of Alex Campbell. North Pacific Brewery JOHN KOPP. Prop, Bohemian Lager Beer And XX POrfTEP. Lmv orders with J. L. Carlson at th Hunnyslda Saloon or Louis Boentgs at th Cosmopolitan Saloon. All orders will b promptly attended to. THE ASTORIA SAVINGS BAKK Acts as trustee for corporations and In dividuals. Trnnsact a general banking business. Interest paid on time deposits. C. H. PAGE President BENJ. YOUNG Vice-President FRANK PATTON Cashier DIRECTORS: J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. H. Page, Ben). Young. A. 8. Iteed, D. P. Thompson, W. E. Dement, D. K. Warren, Wouldn't it be a good idea to takt th Burlington next Urn you go east Not only Is it tb SHORT lino to Omaha, Kansas City, and 8t Louis, but Its servlo to thus and all other southern and southeastern points la bet ter and taster than that of any othar railroad. People who take It one", take It a second, a third, a fourth, a fifth time. Tickets, tlm-tabl snd full Information on appli cation to th local tick! agent or by addressing A. C. SHELDON, O. A., Portland, Or. BUTTER BUTTER BUTTER 1000 Rolls Choice Creamery Butter 25c a Roll and Up FOARD & STOKES CO. Hustler's Twentieth St. Good Reason Why Lots Are Selling! ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO,, 48a Ilond intt GREW tA Oa 1 x 151 WV Si I - . ....... v..tr.. V 1 ... . .1 iuvmrnmimkMrn. WW4 "soJtmtooGM5nmD VJ I w v Snap A Kodak at su)r man coining out of our slot and you II get s portrait of a man brlmmlm over with pleasant thoughts. Much ipiallty In the liquor we hsvetueRersreeuouglile PLEASE ANY MAN. Coroe and Trq Them m;.. 11 km & co. AHTOHIA IKON WOKKH Coaeaty St.. foot g Jtsksoa. Aston. General Machinists and Boiler Makers Lead sal Msrhw Eftivs, Holler work. Slsast boat n4 Canasrv Work a Specialty. CaiOsf of All Owrtpttost M4 k Orf ea Short Notka. John Pol.. ..President and SiipetinUndanl A. L. Fos Vice President O. II. Prasl Secretary Astoria National Bank 'Treasurer I871 iHut Fisher Brothers, Sell ASTORIA. Lubricating OILS A Specialty. Ship Chandelery, Hardware, Iron tt Stoel, Coal. fJrocerie it Provisions, Flour tt Mill Fetd, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Loggors Supplies, Fairbank's Scales, Doors it Windows, Agricultural Implements Wagons & Vehicles. A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN, Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Cass aud Squeraoqu Strssts. Anuria. Ora B.F.AIiLiEN&SO-N Wall Papar, Artlata' Material!, Paints, Oils, Glass, etc, Japanese Mattings, Rutland Bamboo Goods 365 Commercial Btreet. BREMNER & HOLMES. Blackctmltha. Special attention paid to steamboat ra palrlnc, first -chua horseshoeing, tc LOGGING CAflP (DORK A SPECIALTY 187 Olney street, between Third and and Fourth. Astoria, O. J. A FASTABEND, OENERAL CONTRACTOR, HOUSE, BRIDGE AND COHARF BUILDER HOUHB MOV KM. Hoiia Moving Tools lor Rant. ASTORIA, OR Astoria mul McKcc Ave., Is bitimlt'tl on tin south uido of As toria's hills Twenty tlpjii'pfs viirmer mid viitt . timi thirty d ivs in advance of tin' North bilk' Miignilifcnt silts for r sid-Tcps. nvt-r-lookiii)' rivtr and hay, sunny ami shcl tfit'tl. Easy ami natural pudtt.; litth- or no (railiivf; ntvfhary. Street. ' vtwx wsi vatats .aw ssars,aa.A. . A & AM I After (Deals I Or at any nllirr tinm mIipii yotl wish a ifi""l rik'ar ask lor lite well ku iwii, Iiiiiiip nimlo, liatul ma le, white lalxif riKr I telle Atatorlrt " luicc.od by all smoker lo tie) the lnsl cigar liiaiitifaciiiml, W. F. SCI 1 1 IIUC, 71 Nintb Strait. AstMl. UrsfM. They Lack Llfe Tners) ars twines sold to flahroia on tha Columbia river that stand to tb satn relationship lo Marshall' Twin aa a wooden tmaaw does to tha human blnT tar lack atrsnclb Ufa evenness and lasting qualities. Don't fool yourself Into th PUef that otbr twines besides ItaranaU's will do "Jusl aa wall." They won't They oannot. J. B. WYATT, Phone N. 6 Aaterl. Org Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Grocerien, ProvlHlotiH, PAINTH nnd OILH. Special Attention Paid to Supplylni Ship. ROSS HIGGINS & CO Grocers, : and : Butchers Aaterl sad Upper Asians Rs Teaa and Coffsee, Table Dtlkadei, Doaastlc and Tropical r-rulta, Vstsublss. Suiaf Curtd Hams. Baton, Etc. Cholc Fresh and Salt Meats. STEAMERS Telephone & Bailey Gatzert. "Telephone" leaves Astoria at 7 p. m. dally (except Bunday). Leavo Portland at 7 a. m. dally., ex cept Hunday. "Bailey Oatsert" leave Astoria Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday morning at (:tf a. m.i Bunday evening at 7 p. m. Leaves Portland dally at I p. m., ex cept Bunday, On Saturday at U p. m. WALLACE MAUZKRT, Agent Few Hen Would Ask for a Finer Dinner than tho we serv. W'r trying la every way to make them th most n Joyable In town. All tho "good things" cf th season cocked by our excellent cook In th most delicious styls. Per fect servlc. If you Invite a friend to the Palac Ilnstaurant the plao I a ufflvlent guar antee that he will receive a good meal. The Palace Restaurant 1 . ..... .1 1 '-- ' ) ; - Via' . .l fL - ' : - ' ' . :