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THE DAILY ASTOIMAN, TMRSIUY MflltSlNli. OlTOHKK II. III1M5.
Misses. Youth's and Children's QCHOOL UHOES Ladies' and Gents Autumn Footwear Rubbers, Rubber Boots, Etc. Oar Oaad Ara John Hahn & Co. Warranted 79 Commercial St. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Maxlmpm tomperatur, 60 decrees. Minimum temperature, 48 degrees. Precipitation, .01 Inch. Total precipitation from September 1st. 1SS4, to date, 2.9S Inches. Deficiency of precipitation from Sep tember Int. 1K9, to date. i.St inches. TODAY'S WKATHER. For VTMhlnirton, fair weather In west ern portions: occasional rain In eastern portions. For Oretton, occasional rain, cooler. TO KKADICKa.-Tha Ihilly Aatorlan" contain, twle a, maah raarilnc matter a aay othar papar anhtUhed la Aalorta. It la Uia aaly panr that nranta Ita raadara with a dally t4frarM report. TO ADVKRTISKKS. -Tha "Dally Aa- tartaa" haa mora thaa twloaaaaiaay raad ara aa aay othar paper pahlUhad la Aato- rla. It la tharafora mora thaa twtea aa valaabta aa mm adTartlalaf medium. AROUND TOWN. See Swope about It. German yarn at Dunbar's. N. P. corsets at Dunbar's. Tam O'Shanter caps at Dunbar's. School umbrellas, 50c, at Dunbar's. Swope paints anything1 see him about It Children's bar's. wool underwear at Dun- Miss 6adi Crang Is visiting friends to PerNand, See Swope about campaign cartoons and caricatures. Dr. W. L Howard, Homoeopathlst, S8 Commercial street Don't forget the meeting of the Mc Klnley Club tonight See Swope about campaign banner work charges reasonable. Gunther's. the only candles in the city. C. B. Smith, sole agent If . Snodgrass doesn't make photos you don't get the best. your Stop that tickling in the throat with Rogers' Bronchial Tablets. Only 10c. Just take a look at C. B. Smith's famous Gunther candies. It will do you good. French art of painting taught id one lesson,' 75 cents. Inquire Strauss' book tore. Mrs. F. A. Fisher went to Portland last evening for a week's visit with friends, Mr. TT. Gillette and wife left Tuesday evening for an extended visit in East ern Oregon. The regular weekly meeting of the HcKinley Club will be held tonight in the club rooms. The Queen, the only heating stoves, at Fisher Brothers. Price J10. Come 'and examine thenl Mrs. Hansvu, the Commercial street tnllllnS criers an opening to a steady and capable apprentice. "Miss Bruce, pupil of Bruno Zwint acher, of Leipsic, will receive piano pu- pils Saturdays. 267 loth street C. B. Smith, the confectioner. Just received another shipment of the fam ous Gunther's Chicago candles. Carbons are the only permanent photos as well as the most artistic, and Snodgrass knows how to make them. The furniture for the Flavel Hotel arrived down yesterday from Portland on the barke Autocrat In tow of the steamer H&ssalo. It was reported yesterday that an af ternoon tea will be given at Mrs. Mitchell's next Wednesday by the la dles' guild of Grace church. County Clerk Dunbar yesterday Is sued marriage licenses to Oscar 'Wick land an Mamie Fannon; and John Nie- ml and Hilma Johnson Castell. The regular meeting of the W. C. T. TJ. will be held In Rescue Parlors this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Full attendance desired. Business of importance. At Tuesday's meeting of the A. F. C. fifteen new members were added to the roster. The club has decided to put In a bawling alley as soon as possible. In the county court yesterday John Clausen, a native of Germany, and An drew S. Morrison, a native of Great Britain, were admitted to citizenship. Look out for the Taylor sisters, the celebrated song and dance artists, with the Woodmen's Dramatic Union, of Portland, who will soon be in Astoria. Today and tomorrow we will sell spuds at 60 cents per sack. Have also received a fine lot of apples from the Nehalem valley. Webfoot Commission House. The ladles of Grace Chuch Guild will give an afternoon tea at the home of Mrs. Mitchell, 14th Btreet, Wednesday, afternoon, October 14th, 1896, from 2 to C o'clock. F. J. Schofleld Is an expert at flower For ure-.i boo m to. I t'V'.I'' the k. c. fa::lh.( c and general landscape gardening, and offers his sorvhvs for such work at a reasonable rate. Leave word at Asto- rlan office. It was rvporttM yesteniay by the ortl- cers that the residence of Mrs. Kurker was entered by burglars Tuesday night and I1S0 stolen from her room. No trace has yet been found of the thieves. Notice Is given that the Astoria Sail lioft will be closed from and after to day. October 2. for a period of about three months, on account of the ab sence of the proprietor from the city. R. B. May and M. P. Gleeson. two well known travelling men of Portland. spent yesterday among their Astoria friends. Both gentlemen are good story tellers, and when they can't sell goods they can spin yarns. The Webfoot Commission House re ceived last night another fine lot of Plymouth Rock and other poultry, which can be had at very reasonable prices. All poultry from our linn Is drawn, ready for use. Don't forget that Joe Hays, the come dian, with the Woodmen's Dramatic Union, of Portland, and who has been drawing crowded houses In Salem, The Dalles, Oregon City and Portland, will be in Astoria on the 10th. Astoria to Portland and return for $1.50. This is the rate made by the O. R. and X. Co. for the Oregon Indus trial T!xnoiti,in. Tickets on sale Oc- I tover 6 and 7. Good for return ten days from the date of sale. Captain Fisher and Mr. Tom Trullln ger returned yesterday from a duck hunting trip. Mr. Trullinger's new boat and decoys worked like a charm, and another hunt will be undertaken by the ' gentlemen in the near future. A union prayer meeting will be held tonight at :30 o'clock at the Baptist I church. It will close the day of prayer as requested by Evangelist Moody call upon the subject pf the present Condi tions fif the cnuiurr. All are Cordially invited to attend. Messrs. J. W. Garner and D. Shaw, who attended the presbytery at Tort land In the Interest of the Astoria Pres byterian church, returned yesterday and report that their call to Rev. Henry Marcotte was sanctioned by the Union, and that Rev. Marcotte will continue his labor as pastor of the local church. Architect C. G. Palmberg Is now at worn UII a oeauuiui piece u cau.uei , jmf th(f county courl for ,n4 ovy f ware, consisting of a very large lady's ' ,a, tax t0 congtruct the bridge writing desk, built on the plan of a a rosg youns-s rlver connecting Astoria Chinese pagoda. It is profusely dec-1 wlln th4 niW Levvls ani Ciarke road: orated with scroll work in redwood, janleg Gibson, E. T. Steifern, Wm. Har and contains many little cupboards and ,ell j FrlUeni c w ,lchi r w uraners. it must be seen to ue ap-' predated. The Woodmen's I)ramatlc Union, of Portland, will give an entertainment at Fisher's Opera House on the evening of October 10, under the auspices of the Woodmen of the World, The entertain ment will consist of a comedy-drama. entitled "Hickory Farm." Tickets 50 and 25 cents, and will be on sale in du season at Strauss' book store. I Secretary John H MiUoh, of the Su- oml Hall Association, In referring to the denial In one of the afternoon pa pers of yesterday, that there were but three persons present at the meeting called for a silver demonstration at the hall Tuesday night, said to an Astorlaa representative, that such a meeting had been called, that the hall was prepared and decorated by the committee, and that the committee had no notice at any time of a change In the program. The hall was hired and paid for by the Bryan-silver managers. Mr. Chas. D. Wlllits, representing the G. H. Hammond Co., headquarters at Portland, was In the city yesterday, and has Just come from a trip in East ern Oregon. He says that at Baker City where everything depends On a large output from the sliver mines, the people are more or less Bryanites. But at The Dalles and other neighboring points the sentiment is largely in favor of Mc KInley. He stated, jhat this season there are twice as many pounds of wool stored in 'the warehouses as usual and that there Is no room for the stor age and handling of grain. A peculiar bet was made yesterday afternoon between Mr. N ill Mauison and Mr. M. P. Gleeson, the Par-fiTc coast representative of the P. J. Sorg Tobacco Company. Mr. Madison agreed that if McKInl'y was elected he would buy twenty-live boxes of the very best to bacco manufactured by the Sorg com pany, to be shipped any time after No vember 1st. Mr. Gleeson agreed that If Bryan was elected he would make Mr. Madison a present of six boxes of the same tobacco. Mr. Gleeson was yester day afternoon looking for more bets of I the same kind, but could not find any takers. Bob May Is the stake holder In the Madison bet. A good story comes from Portland by a well known merchant of that city who was here yesterday, which shows that trading is going on among merchants, as well as the political parties. It seems that Mr. Tom Williams, Who has lEU convalescents and invalid. : for fhit- or tor people with weak digestion must be carefully prepared from the most wholesome ingredients. For such cooking, Cottolene prows in valttaMe. It imparts a delicate flavor to the food, nuking it at ouce pal atable and healthful. Cottolene is undoubtedly the lest cooking material I ever pnxhteeu. dot the senium:. tvlol. !f.-l.-in.. kDI a k -"' . jd wn tin. been for a long time past selling the "Telegrafo," for Mason. Khrman A Co decided to handle J. l Meyer A Co,' "Monogram." Mr. Meyer Abrams, who was with Meyer & Co,, and retired to make room for Mr. Williams, called on Mhs.wi, Khrman at Co., and was hired on sight to take the place formerly held by Mr. Williams. Uoth of those popular gentlemen were well pleased, both of the tirms were highly sutistled. and all seemed happy over the change. "Uncle Hob," the referee, will divide after elec tion whether the contest between the atheletlc salesmen resulted In a tie or not. The large portrait of Major McKInley, which ornaments the Astortan o:llce, was painted by the rising Astoria artist. Mr. J. C. Swope. It Is executed In oil. Is free hand work from an ordinary lithograph and gives evidence of the moat careful work and true artistic Ideas In the development of life like ex pression. A gentleman from the East, w ho Is personally acquainted w ith ajor McKInley. says that the likeness Is much better than the large portrait now In the McKInley Club rooms, and w hich was painted In Boston. The picture Is seven feet square and will stand the wear and tear of Oregon weather, as it Is executed In oil. Mrs. Lucia H. Addlton, of Portlnnd. state lecturer of the W. C. T. V., deliv ered a telling address at the Cove Fri day. The speaker Is a apeolallst !n the way of treating of the overshadowing curse of the liquor trailic and Its rela tion to the great social and Industrial problems. On this occasion she handled the economic phase of the question, showing by logical arguments that the V liquor traffic controlled the money pow er, and that no other economic question could be compared with that of the gi gantic liquor system. She reviewed the , , ,, - , financial situation of the day, compar- jing the tariff, protection and other is jsues. with that of the drink question, sh.mlni, n, in. .I.ial val. tt,nfr K it " '""'' etiiiiilC sense as well as a moral one. The speaker thoroughly understood the subject at hand. We hope she w HI visit this section aaln. From Semi-Weekly Republican, Union, Oregon. A hacking cough is not only annoying to others, but Is dangerous to the per son who has it. One Minute Cough Cur will quickly put an end to it. Charles Rogers. THF; NEW BRIDGE. The following additional signatures jhave been obtained to the petition pray- Ehlenart, J. N. Heckard. W, J. lngalls. J. W. Reith, James T. Gray. A. Ayl more, Andrew Anderoh, F. A. Barnes, D. F. Stafford, R 8. Llbke, Andrew Bockke, J. W. Williams, Geo. W. San burn, Elm'.re Sanborn 4 Co., J. C. Trul liiiKer, M. Nowlen, H. W. Sherman, Thos. Ryrie. Mr. lngalls, who Is circulating the pe tition, gays quite a number of others have signified a willingness to sign the petition, and hav sent word to him to that effect. And that, owing to the limited time In which he was obliged to circulate the petition before the day fixed for Its presentation to the county court, a large number of prominent tax payers who are known to favor the ob jects of the petition have not had an opportunity to sign the same. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that I have been appointed administrator of the estate of W. H. Ryan, deceased. All persons having claims against said es tate must present the same to me at Astoria, within six months from the date hereof. All persons Indebted to said estate are hereby notified to pay said Indebtedness to me, forthwith. F. J. CARNEY. Astoria, Or., October 8, 1896. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Hon. S. H. Piles, of Seattle, one of the foremost stump-speakers of Washington, will deliver an address In this city on the 14th Inst. The Hon. T. J. Cleeton will address the people of Chadwell on the evening of the 9th. Very little of the hue and cry regard ing tight lacing Is heard In these days of common sense dressing. ROYAL DaKing Powder. Highest of all la leavening Strength V. S. Government Report Great Bargains ! Ladies wanting finft Dresb doods or a. slvlish t-apn or Jacket at w1i'Ichh1h prices should call at the Low Price Store. They are chming out, Don't he talked into purchas ing hefore petting prices from the Low Price Store. L COHEN. 491 Bond St., corner 11th. EDITOR 1IALL0RAN OS POLITICS Took Obscnutlons White In the Knst tif the (ienerol Sit uation. WILL NOT I.OCATK IX ASTORIA Hut Leaves for San Francisco on Next Steamer While a Hl-Metallint, Ue Cannot Support Cranks and Anarchy. J. F. Ilalloran wus among the ar rivals on yesterday morning's boat from Portland. Slnca he was here a mouth ago he has been traveling through the Eastern states and Central Mississippi Vallc. and leaves for his home In San Francisco on the Columbia next Sat urday. Iielng asked as to how the polit ical situation appeared to him. he said: "So far as I urn able to observo it seems to me that the election of Xic Kinby Is a foregone conclusion. It is now merely a question of majorltlea. of course the north Atlantic slope may he counted on. The slates of Indiana, Il linois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, and probably Nebraska can also be counted In the McKInley column. The grcatit merest Is everywhere manifested and politics Is the sole topic. In Chicago, where 1 remained two weeks, 'business men's political meetings' are held dally from 1- 30 to i p. in. and the balls are nightly crowded. I found few lemo- rata of national Importance out for Hryan. who Is making his tight alone. All the Republican leaders are out doing ervice for the cause that Is sure to prevail. It Is not a political light, but the settlement of a business proposi tion. Democrats decline to endorse the Chicago platform, rightly deeming many of Its provisions directly disloyal to American Ideas. You know one has sometime to be very much In love with ft cause to stomach some of those who believe In It. and while I am an ardent bimetalllst and believe In the coinage of silver, I place protection paramount, and entirely beside the fact that I am a Republican consider It necessary to oppose the mob of malcontents whom I tlnd screeching for free trude, anarchy and ruin, and who, while posing as friends of free silver, are really trying to subvert the very basic principles of our American system of popular gov i rnment. Regarding Industrial conditions. Mr. Ilalloran said: "Astoria is today the most- prosperous city of Its sUe of any that I have seen. You don't know what hard times' are. The Industrial condi tions everywhere are In a deplorable ndlth'ii, but I look to see a quick re-1 vlval of business after McKInley s eleo- jnn,i means. tion. As a business proposition It Would lieport of the treasurer of the Asto pay Oregon to give an old-fashioned j rla public library for August, tiled. Republican majority. Nothing would j t,.p..rt of the city sexton for Septein more quickly Insure the Investment of iner was tiled. outside capital and lower rates of In- terest. A commonwealth dominated by ; its natural resources, ami Oregon needs the Investment of money. "I am very glad to note the constru' lion of the railroad. Hut that Is onlyjeomml a starter. What you nee.t is mnnurar-no turlng enterprises, and that you can most quickly secure by show ing would be Investors that this community Is In line with American thought and i.-ntl- ment. I still hold to the Idea I siren- ; usly a.lvorated for so many yenrs that at Astorln should be a dry dis k, and that here should be the point where! shit. s were chartered and wheat alloat at Astoria be worth as much as wheal : alloat at any other point on tha Pa- cltlc coast. I think that a united pub- lie sentiment, a 'pulling' together,' will greatly aid In securing needed trade enterprlse here, and that Astoria will assuredly assume the size ami prestige J to which Its location entitles It." Stuart Hros., who are Mr. Ilalloran a agents In this city have arranged to have the lot corner of Sth and Frnnklln avenue cleared off and graded prepora tory to the erection of a residence thereon. With the exception of his half Interest In this paper which ho owned from lMtl to 1XM, and which he then sold to his former partner, P. W. Par ker, Mr. Ilalloran still holds all his for mer property Interests In and about Astoria. Helng asked what there was In the rumor that he proposed to return and re-engnge In business here, he said that while It was naturally pleasing to be so kindly remembered by some of his former acquaintances, his business Interests in San Francisco demanded all his time and personal attention. CITY COUNCIL. A Number of Bills and Ordinances Pass ed Last Night. The city council held a short session last evening, Mayor Taylor presiding, and seven members being present. The reading of the minutes of the last meet ing was dispensed with. PETITIONS. Martin Olsen, for auctioneer's license for a period of three months and twenty-two days. Laid on the table. Otto peterson, for permission to re move earth from the corner of Duane and 37th streets, for filling purposes. Re ferred to street committee with power to act. Remonstrance of property owners against the acceptance of Improvements of Grand avenue from 5th street to 12th. Referred to street committee. COM MUNICATIONS. City attorney, asking for funds for Instituting and conducting certain suits under the orders of the city council. Filed. Application of W. F. Sr hlbe for leave of absenee. Granted. Petition of H. T. Olsen, John Nelson, Lambert Lawson, and W. W. Parker, for redemption deeds to property sold for "92 taxes recommendations by com mute of ways and means that deeds be granted to the record owners. Report adopted. Claims of the News Publishing Co. ahmountlng to II.5D, allowed. WARRENTON Columbia Harbor Land Co. CORNER... BOND and ELEVENTH STS. Mans on application. Report of committee mi w ays and means recommending payment to Kni nk lamaiil of Jso. In settlement of his claim for iU'f, for horse killed, and that nit ordinance ho drawn therefor. Report of city attorney ami way and means committee recommending (lie cnncelllng of Ileus on Page I Hi of lien docket, as requested by W. W. Parker, adopted. Petitions of George Melster, (.arson ,J Hergman and J. I.. Carlson for liquor licenses, granted. Report of street committee recom mending the payment of the following bill; Astoria Hex Company, $3.17; Foard Stoke To., ;T; J S. Oelllii. tier. II. W; West Shore Mill Co., ii'Hi; pay roll superintendent of iritis. JIT.' W; pay roll, city surveyor, ll'SS. Or dered paid. lieHrt of committee on atrevt and public ways recommending the taking of a deed from Wm. Oench and M Praiietovlch. for the six-foot rlght-of-1 way specified In their communication,! and a refund to them of the assessment attains! suld property for the Improve-1 lllent of !Mh street Filed. Report of committee on tire and wa ter, recommending payment of the claim of the Oulglty Iron Works, II;' Hremner & Holmes li; Columbia Iron I Works S'.V; ordervd paid. Report of conmilttiv on public prop-' erty recommending that the Improve-j ment of Ninth between Franklin and Grand avenues, he not made at present ' Adopted. I Report of same committee reevm- men. ting the payment of the bill nf the There' more clothing destroyed by city surveyor for 170. for work dmie on!l"sr soap than by actual wear. "Hoe cemetery, ordered paid. Cake" contain no free alkali, and will Report of committee on wharves and ' n"x '"J"1"0 m'"'"1 Tr " '" water frontage recommending the pa """,v "" difference In quality. R.w. sage of the amended ordinance eslab-1 1,'K,:'11" Cl' llshlng w harf Adopted. and bulkhead line. The reports of the amlltor and police I Judge and city treasurer of llw city Illume. for the quarter ended Septem- t.r :to, referred to coiitmltt.-e on ways The report of the acceptance of the pUnklng on t.rand avenue by the sur- l"Piveyor, superintend, tit of s're. ts und committee on streets and nubile wavs. il.-d. Report of the claim of the water amounting loll lUMlnst the city, i. tiled. ij j OROI.NA.VCKS. Appro rli.tlng t:u .'0 for N. Clinton id om e and referred to com. mltlee oil streets. Authorising tha auditor and mayor to Issue street Is.nds to N. Union it ons for JIOS.TS, r. ad once and referred to street ommlttee. Regulating the width i f tires on was- ons and truck wheels, etc., read once (.nd referred to the street lominlllee. Providing for regultlng nnd licensing dealers in tobaccos, cigar and clgar- ettes, the In ense on cigars ami tobacco being placed at II quarterly, and on cigarettes at 110 quarterly; read once and referred to committee on health and police. Appropriating IH.30 for the payment f costs In certain suits ordered by the city. Read first and second times. Authorizing the auditor and police Judge to issue an alias warrant for the collection of taxes for IN'J2. I'nder sus pension of the rules read three times and passed. The ordinance and amendments on wharf ami bulkhead line was laid over until next meeting for further consid eration. The following ordinances were read a third time and passed: Authorizing the auditor and mayor to execute bond to H. Normlle for Im provement of Grand avenue In the sum of UM7.20. Appropriating 12859.22 to 8. Normlle. Accepting the grade and Improve ment of Grand avenue between 6th and 12th streets. Appropriating 195 to the Astoria As phalt and Roofing Company. MISCELLANEOl'S. The requisition of the auditor and po lice Judge for stationery for the city attorney was granted. The bond of J. F. Hamilton, and re quest for permission to grade block 114 on 11th street, accepted, and permission granted. The resolution Introduced by Jas. W. Welch Instructing the city attorney to correct the old lien docket, adopted. The city pay rolls approved and filed: OHlclalH, ICIO; (Ire allowance, $50.1; li brary, 140; cemetery, 140; police, 1175. The claim of Astoria Asphalt and Roofing Company for 10, referred to committee on public, property. Tho claims of R. Strauss, r,.2G; Grlf lln & Reed, 12; J. S. Oelllnger !i.G0; Evening News, 19, referred to commit tee on ways and means, The claim of the Astor House for $15.00, was referred to the committee on health and police. The claims of the Columbia Iron Works, $23.10; John Payer 3, were re ferred to the committee on fire and wa ter, The claims of Theodore Belverson, 13; G. A. Stlnson, $1.76; Astoria Transfer Co. $3, referred to the street committee. It was suggested In the council that tha fee of IS now payable to the pound A jiluiico lit tho tnnp will show tlitit the town of WARRENTON- coot lins tin hi'l fiituatti i'onrty n the west t-ith' f tho liny. Already iix hundred pt'tiple live within a htuno'g throw of the new railrtmd depot, and at the Hpccinl PHcch now oth retl there can ho no hotter investment for HOUSES OR BUS.NESS PROPERTY Choice hts are heing sold daily at specially l"W piicon, on instuli incuts, to suit the times. In a few weeks tlurti will he an advance. Now in the time-to luiy the tctt hargaina on the Peninsula. ' master on the arrest of cow a was ex- oibltant, and the mailer was lefened to the committee on health and police, The council then adjourned. POtlTLANH EXPOSITION, The "White. Collar t.ltie will liava round trip ticket on sale, to Cortland, September J.1.1 and 24th, and October tth and 7th. at one fain for the round trip. Tickets good going only on data of sale, and good returning wltliln ten days from date of sale. Tlckuta good on steamers T. J. Potter, Halley tiat sert. It. It. Thompson ami Telephone, NOTICK TO SHIPPERS. Shippers are hereby notified that lo cal freight to points on tha Seashore road will b received at tha Talaphon dock only. All frslght must b deity, are.l one hour before train tlmt. No freight will be received after 4:J0 p. m C. V. LESTER, Bupt OUR CORNER. A gentleman' resort, at evrner of Pond and Twelfth street. Th nnet brand of llipjor and clgara always on hand. Call and try us, ANOERSON A PETERSON. SHORTHAND CLASS. Heg Inner' class meet on Tuesdays ami Friday. Advanced class meet on Monday and Thursdays. MRS. P. K. WoottFOHD. A Margu.-rlte t ag Is n dainty wedding gift that fair line rs a-i easily u.ake. Mrs L. It. I Trj'" writes: "From can recommend 1'e Witt's Sarsapartlla, a cure for impure blood and general de bility." Charles Rogers. The hang and style of a skill nlves character to the ei.tlre gown. Til I It K A COf.lt IN 0K It tV, Take laxative Rromo quinine Tablets. All driigKlsts refund the money If It falls to cure ;.V. For sale by Cha. Rogers, I'ruggUt, There vine or I no e who w oman a.linlr. o plain but ha and loves her. CAHTOniA. ton - tin trf Salton Sea Salt for liatlis at the Kates-Conn linip Store 10c ami '2."c per packaire. The Palace Cafe Is the Place for a Good Meal Eastern Oysters la the shell or can Served to Order or Sold at Retail W. VV. WHIPPLE THE PALACE A. V. ALLEN. DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits Vegetables, Croikery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Tanth and Commarolal treat. ROSS HIGGINb k CO Grocers, : and : Butchers Aatarla ana Upsar Aatarla Flm Tut n4 CoAmi, Tavla Dtltcic'M, DoaiMtk aaa Tropical Fruit, VaraUblM, Sag af Curia Haflia, Bacon, Etc. Choke Fresh and Salt Meats. m GEn... A RESORT FOR GENTLEMEN Corner Commercial and nth SU. ALEX CAMPBELL, Prop. c a. hanson Cash Grocer B7 COMMERCIAL STKEET Clarkson & Mcjrvin LONG FIR PILING Promptly Furnished Astoria Asphalt and Roofing Co. All Work Roof Pnlntlnu and Rapalrlntf Laaky Hoota, WANTKI. $10 tu $IH prr Keck for nu n nml wtinirn for vay litims) work. No book or canvassing. No experience. Hong ftda offer. No Catch. Send tamp for work and particulars. IC. HERMANN, 313 H. Slith street, Philadelphia. Pa. FOR KENT. Foil RENT -Three furnished room for lUht lioiiskoeplng. Astoil !.sn4 and Investment Co., JM Commercial St, FOR RENT -Cheap-Sevan room o tage, with bath and modern Improve ment. Apply at the Aatorlan o liter. FOR RENT-Three or four roon.il with board. Mr. E. C llulden. Corner 'Jth and I mane street. FOR RENT Newly furnished rooma'i hot and cold baths; rail at Ihlt offlca. FOR RKNT-Threa furnished hwitis with or without board. Apply 1M 7th st real. FOR HALM FOR SA!,!:-i:-room Ualglng lloua. Centrally located; cheap leaaa; bar. gain. Aalorta l-and and tnv. Co., Kt Commercial slraat. JAPANESE tlooKB Fireworks Z Juat out juat received-put what you wntat Wing La', Mj Commercial tract. U8T. LOST --On the night of the parada, last Thursday, a purse, containing mon ey and a gold ring. Ftlider will be re worded by leaving aam at tha Alo. rlan office, I roe no. Kot'.I Pair of kid glove, corner Coiniiierrtal and tilth airvet. Apply Astoria!! office. Cedar Shingles SEAHIOF. LPMHP.-R YARD, OFFICK 3ii COMMERCIAL ST. AHTOH1A iMKoaily St. IWON WOHKH foal uf J. htua, Aifciria General Machinists and Boiler Makesr LanJ anil Marin tnftn. H.lf w.tra. Swam aoal nj Cannr Wui a Na. tail) . Catling of All Drrlplltn M4 to Ur4r ua Sbuit NVikt. John r"ox... .Preatdanl and StipSrtnteiidnnt A. I. Koi Vlca PreaUl.nt O. It. Prael Haertiiary Plrst National Hank Treaaurar R. L. Boyle & Co. Real Estate LOANS AND INVESTMENTS W al W COMMERCIAL, HT. "The Louvre' ASTOKU'S (.OKI.r.lllH ENTERTAINMENT HALL s ri.oou rina Mualn. liamaa of All Hln.1i. Two Magnltlrant llara. CVCRTTDIMi riHST-tUSS Good Order and Everybody's Rights- TKCITI.Y OltNKItVKI). Emil Schacht ARCHITECT GEO. NICOLL, Assistant. OFF1CB: Kopp's ew Brewery .SNAP A KODAK. at any man ooiiilna mil ol oar tor and you'll xt a portrait of a man brlmniliiK oTor with pluanant thought. Much quality In tho llquora we have to offnr am I'lioiiKh to liluase ny man. COME AND THY THEM HUGHES & CO. Boom Company 216 and 217 Chamber of Commerce Portland, Oregon I.KAVK OHDKK8 AT HIMIM I, Ft. A V Kb IIUILD'O Guaranteed N. JENSEN ajut R 0. HANSEN