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. THK DAILY ASTOUIAN, FKIPAY MOKMNd, JAM'AKY n. im7 Fancy Slippers Lilies Wilklnf Chnac Duritlc School olIUCo iScMMOtltthlti (mmkIn fcntbers Rutbcr Boots. Etc. John llahn & Co. 4 479 Cofnmt relit St. Ar. THIRD ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE Coaacict MONDAY. USURY M coitiutt lor 90 Dv .Albert Dunbar Cor. Otk n4 Coaatrclal Sta SIQNAL SERVICE REPORT. YE8TERDAT8 WEATHER. Maximum temperature, 49 decrees. Precipitation, ,8T inch. Total precipitation from September lt, I KM, to date, 47.W Inche, Kxoem of precipitation from Septem ber lit, Itn. to date, 11.09 Inch. I TOPATS WEATHER. Portland. January 7. For Washing ton, rain, except fair In Eaatem por tions, cooler. For Oregon, occasional rain in northwestern portions, fair In oaan.rn and aouthern portions, cooler. TO BEADKKS.-TH "IVslty AatorU." . oasmlu twlea as mack rsadlag aiter a say etaar piyir p.kUah la Aatoria. II la th aal j paper that a. roa.au lis reader. vita a l.y tatagraitbr. report. TO ADYKRT1KB.-Tk. "Daily Ae twrtaa" aai aiara laaa twle as maay raad at M y athar papar paaliaaad la Asto ria, II Is taarafura mora taaa twlea as )Mblt M Sa sdrertlalag sadism. ataU af Ar I Oaaaty af Vh r Clatsop. I We, tha aaVsrelgaea. laaal Basaager. respectively af ska Waatara Dale aa Paatal Talogrsr aaaiaaaUa. hereby aat tltf tkal Ika "Dally Aetarlaa" la Ika aaljr paper pabllahea la Astoria which saw ra aalTaa, ar al aajr tlmt eWrtag ear eaatral of ald aatoas has raeeWed, tolefrapkle prSM reperi. B, D. JOHNSON, Maaager w . C. T. Co, J. B. CLARK, Maaaaar reetol Tel. Co. AROUND TOWN. Forenoon, afternoon and night! Fore noon and afternoon and night 'Forenoon and what T The empty song repeats Itself. No more? Tea, that Ja life; make the forenoon sublime. This afternoon A psalm, this night A prayer, And Time Is conquered and thy crown Is won. E. R. Sill. Eigne See Swope. Want anything painted? See Swope. Want anything decorated? Bee Swope. How about those resolutions made on January 1? Decorated fern Jars at the Palace Jewelry Store. Tba ball game been postponed. aet for today has The new moon and several stars ap peared last night And now It will not be long before spring rolls around. Tomorrow la the last day on which to pay your water rate. Ekatrom has the only oomplete stock of Jewelry In the city. Captain Carnegie, of the Persian, was over from Knappton yesterday. Have you any Jewelry that needs re pairing? Take it to Ekitrom'i. Dr. Raymond, of Fort Canby, called on his Astoria friends yesterday after- no":i. Bargalaa la Lscas at Daabar! Clear aaea lals. World's Almanac for 1897 Just receiv ed. Mailed to any address on receipt of 25c. Griffin A Reed. The committee on the revision of the city charter held a meeting la Judge Bowlby'i office last night. The most attractive and Inexpensive light furniture of bamboo made to or der at 618 Commercial street The time for procuring dog licenses expires on the 10th. After that delin quent percentage are aaseased. Tiny monograms are deemed more desirable than large onea on the sta tionery, arid In polite correspondence. The present suae of the tea-trade can't continue. America ns drink the worst tea in the world, and pay double for it Sctiiliugs Best is the remedy. Proof: the grocer gives your money back if you don't like it AScklllm.aro.puy Aaa 1nmam . V offer all our cast Iron stoves at 10 er cent below coat. Tba lateal air tight itnvea also on hand at 4J1 Ilond treat. It la onrtng h- much further s five dollar lee goe now than It did hefor Chrletmaa, and Jrou buy the aroe things, too. In the county court yesterday Julius ChrUttansen. a native of Denmark, and Itaslle Tarurury, a native of Canada, re admitted to rillsetuhlp. A. Moltgen. rortlanl; L. K. Wilson, Lea Is and Clark, A. L. rarker. John lay; Chaa tl. Stone, Ilwaco. regteter ed at the I'ariter llouae yesterday. Call and aea the Queen alr-ttght beat er at Howell A Ward's before buying: they ran save you money both on the price of the stove and wood consumed Measr. Hubert and Hunter Klmle. eons of Major Klmle, at Fort Canby. are on their way to school st San Fran- cJaco, Before purchasing, don't fall to see those celebrated alr-tlght stoves at Foard A Stokes- They have them In a dosen different styles, and every pos sible site. Clearaaee Sale prices aa Tenets at Daa bar's. The Fort Caohy football team have decided to poatpone their game with Astoria, which was to have been plsyed today, until their team can be put In better shape. Massage Hot and cold water hatha vapor and alcohol baths, combined with massage scientifically administered, by Mrs. M. Abrahams, 4(9 Duane street Rheumatism a specialty. The famous Freidlander' Brothers are now at the Louvre, appearing nightly. They are two of the best specialists on the coast. Go and hear them. If you don't, you will miss a rare treat. The "Our Corner" saloon will be re opened on Saturday, the th Instant, by Carlson Bros, A fine lunch will be served, and all customers will be oth- WwVe made welcome Tou will never be able to buy t good watch or clock or anything in the line of Jewelry or silverware for as little money as you can now at the Falaoa Jewelry Store, as the entire stock must be sold by January 15. T. Wooten, John Winston, North Shore; John Wiggins, S. Jones, John Johnson, Chinook; F. E. Oliver, Clat sop; Ed. Lorenio, Warrenton; Charles Laraen and wife. New Astoria; Bert Hill. Sklpanon; C. H. Withers. Lewis and Clarke, were In the city yesterday. ISa will bay aa all Uses haad-eaabrel-dared haadkerehlef at Paabar! Clear Saea Sale, 3. W. Sherwood, deputy supreme com mander of the Maccabees, was In the city yesterday and visited Knappton In the evening. He has Just Instituted a tent of thirty members at Fort Htwvns, and one of twenty-five member at Sea side. Mr. Archie Cook, having purchased the entire stock of the business for meily umducted and known aa the Pa- clllc Commission Co., begs to Inform his friends and the public generally that he will conduct the same as here tofore under the name and style of A. Cook. At the meeting of Beaver Lodge, No. 35, I. O. O. F., last evening, the follow ing officers were Installed: F. O. Wal ters, N. O.; O. Anderson, V. O.; C. N, Finch, recording secretary; D. Stuart, Jr., permanent secretary; C. S. Wright, treasurer; C. A. May, warden; W. F. Schlebe, conductor; c. 8. Gundersun, R. 8. N. Q.; C C. I'txlnger. L. 8. N. G.; D. P. Williams. I. Q. All yesterday the members of the rew flxhermen's canning company and the stockholde-s were in session in the rooms of the Fishermen's I'nlon. It was reported that the principal business before the meeti; g was the selection of site for the cannery, but this ques Hon c uUl not be decided until a later meeting. It was said, however, that nothing but white labor was to lie em ployed in the new cannery. Fitting the eyes Is not like fitting feet. When a shoe fits the right foot. Its mate will generally fit the left. But for glasses each eye must be tested sep arately, as each may have different de fects. This style of advertising Is too expensive to say more, so for further particulars call on Mr. Mark Wllxlnakl, the scientific optician In the Kstes- Conn Drug Btore. Consultation costs you nothing, and you are heartily wel come, too. It was reported yesterday from an authentic source that the German bark Potrlinpos had moved up onto the drift and that she sprung several of her plates. Thirty-two Inches of water was pumped out of her yesterday, and It Is the opinion of many that even If she were towed off In all probability she would never be got Into deep water. The vessel lies now In about six feet of wind which Is piling up around her very rapidly. The Glenmorag Is also up higher tluui ever, the last storm having driven her further upon the beach. Joaeph Craig yesterday afternoon about 5 o'clock saved a man from drowning In Young's "river. It seems tliat Justof Hruai and Fred Martini were coming down Young's river from Krister form In a small skiff which was hunlly big enough to accommodate one man. When opposite Elmore' place on Young's bay the skiff overturned and both men were thrown Into the wa ter. They cried out for help and Joaeph Craig who waa on a ranch near by, Immediately put off In a boat to their assistance. Before he could reach them, however, Brust went down for the last time and wa seen no more. Martini aaa raved At low tule about n'clisk tart Mailt a eearoh aaa mad for the drowned man. but up to a late hour no favoraUe retxvta a era ratvlved. Last night Court Astoria No I, For edera of America. Installed the follow, ing ofTtiem: J V. C. It. J II. Mat thraa; C. M , A. M. lan; 8 C. It., A Ifchroder; It. 8 , ti. tiundernon; F. 8 J. W. Williams; treasurer, Wm. IVhl. . W.. ( Iiu. Kklund. J W , Sue iStaut. 8. II.. John lirallrr; J. II . A. 1. Huth erland, trustee, N. C. Jensen. After the Inriallatlor. ceremonlra all part'k il a banuuei prtaid by the conimlltee. and etoellrnt music waa fumUlied by Mfsre. lternian. 8woe, 1'uiuan and Srlnra. The Foresters sem to know how to enjoy themselves. At the annual meeting laet nltrht of Climax Camp No. M, Wooilnien of the world, the following olhYere were elivt etl for the ennulng term: Fast Com mander, B. 8. Worslry: council i-in- mander, C. A. Hansen: lieutenant, K.l Drew; linker. J. J. Farson; cl.rk. F. It. Itogers; physirlsn, lr Jansen; maim itr. Smith. Itullack, Brown, est-oit. Snow; aati'hman. t. J. Henry: sentry. W. K. Soney. After the bunlneu niei t Ing an enJoyaMe soi'lsble wss held, mu sic and addretuies being the order of the evening. After the serving of an ! elegant lumheon. dancing ixvuplevl tliel A SKW WAY. To Bide Over Clatsop County ltoa.ln In Winter. At last a good use has been found for the long talked of California Hying ma il Ine. A shrewd Clatsop county fHriner has solved the question of utility of the new flying machine which has recently frightened the people of California. While on his rounds a few days ago. a reporter noticed a peculiar looking craft sliding about upon the streets of Astoria, apparently coming frm ths country over the hill from Olney, or the Nehalrm. The whole rig was cov ered with mud, and was drawn by four horses, which were also ptustored with Mother Earth. Further examination revealed a Jolly-looking man sitting In the strange vehicle, and upon being questioned he said: "Tea, this Is a queer but successful craft. Tou see the farmers of Clatsop county have long tried to find a vehicle that would suit the country, but with out success until I tigged up this one. Now I come to town wtth a good-slied load in safety and In good time. I made myself one of those flying machines, and you can examine it, as I Intend to let the world know that at last a ve hicle has been found In which one may with safety and comfort, travel over the roads of Caltsop county In the win ter time. It la a sled drawn by four horses. It Is In the shape of a life raft, having two canoes decked over. The canoes, or tanks, are water and air tight and are constructed of aluminum. They are braced together with hollow ples and rods such as are used in making bicycle. The whole Is sur- mounleJ by a canvan top which gives the Vehicle much the appearance of a "prairie schooner." When asked the meaning of this strange contrivance, the farmer replied that the double canoe arrangement for a vehicle was In the nature of a mud sled. It is light and easily lifted over the rough places In the road. "It Ik Impossible to travel by wagon over our roads, and I have simply adapted my self to the condition of things as they are and have succeeded In making a sled. I had been reading In the papers considerably about the California air ship and conceived the Idea of making me a sled and filling all the hollow spaces with the wme gas with which the air ship are charged. This lifts the whole machine, and while In addi tion to this I put my horses to the rig, the gas tanks make It so light I can haul a large load over the road, even as they ore now. Thus you see. while my neighbors are sitting at home over the stove discussing politics. I am hauling produce to town and returning with my warea and suppllea with as much ease as if my horses were draw ing a sledge over a frosen Ice pond. Wherever the mud is the deej-st my sled will carry a big load eally beraime of the buoyancy of the gas In the tank and pipes, and the more my nelgjibors at home are kicking about the roads the better It suits me I laugh at them." How can a Clatsop farmer afford nuih an expensive rig as you have. built of aluminum?" asked the re porter. Well, you see, last summer I carried a butter making machine on jny wagon, gathered up the milk as I went along to town, and the Jarring of the wagon on the rough places and corduroy turn ed the milk Into butter before I reach ed town and at little coat. I made so much money out of that trick that I kept myself going while my less pro gressive brethren were growling at the county commissioners and the road su pervisors. When winter came I had the means with which to try this now experiment, which has proved most profitable. Some people are hard to please and things would be considera bly better If a person would adapt him self to circumstances Instead of growl ing at his neighbors and everybody In general." No doubt other flying sleds will be built and utilised by Clatsop farmers In order to reach town with their pro duce and take advantage of that new lentral market. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Seal ed proposal will be received by the un dersigned until noon of January 10, at the office of the A. and C. It. It. R. Co., In Astoria, Or., for furnlohlng 70.000 aawed railroad lies. Bpeciflcatlons may be seen at the company office, In As toria. The undersigned reserve (he right to reject any or all bids, in whole or In part, and approved bonds will be required of the successful bidder. NORTHWEST CONSTRUCTION CO. The U. 5. Gov't Reports show Royal Biking Powder superior to all other. Cooper's Annual Sale-x The only KctiuMc SaU nl Fine Dry Goods First-Glass Clothing Furnishing Goods, Etc. He I J During the Year Is now on and will continue during January Positively No Goods Charged at Sale Prices Don't Miss This tut Come Early and Select the Choicest Goods Before the Lines Are Broken i This Is the Sale of the Year C.H.GOOPEfl ...Trie... LEADING HOUSE OF ASTORIA NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT. Notice is hereby given that C. V Rich, administrator of the estate Junus Llnd. duceaaed, has tiled with the county clerk of Clatsop county, Stute of Orogon, his final account as such administrator of sold estate of said Jonus Uml. deceased, and that Moiuluy, the lat day of February, lS'J' at 11 o'clock a. ni , of said day, at the county court room In the county court house of Clatsop iounty, Or., has been fixed by the county court of ClutHop county as the time and place of hearing wild final iu count and the settlement thereof. All persons having objections to said tlniil account are required to file their objections thereto on or before sulil day. Dated this 7th day of Jan., 1S9T. C. W. RICH. Administrator. NOTICK OF WHS FOR HoAltl.MNO CITY PRIStiNKItfl. Notice Is hereby given, that bids will be received by the committee on tvnlth and police, of thu common council, of the city of Axtnriu, at the olllce of the Auditor and Police Judge, on ".'Punday. January II, 1HU7, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., of said day, for boarding, or fur nishing meals to the city prisoners In the city Jail of Aatoria. The right Is n-served to reject any and all bids. Ily order of the Common Council. Iated, January Sth, 1RK7. 11. E. NELBO.V, Auditor and Police Judge. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. After January 1st, 1SS7, freight charge must be prepaid to all stations on the A. and C. R. R. R. where the company has no agents. C. F. LESTER, Superintendent. A Scotch member of parliament has Just been brought to book by his con stituents for playing golf, or conducting golf exercises, on Sunday whle away from home. TO tl'KB A OI K IN ONK DAT Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet. All druggist refund the money If it fall to cure. 25a For sale by Chaa. Roger. Druggist. Eighteen and one-half hnnds Is the height of a horse owned ot Plymouth, Nob. The horse Is said to be the largest west of the Mississippi river. OABTOniA, vnipn. Warrenton Is Columbia Harbor Land Co. CORNER... BOND and ELEVENTH STS. Mi oa application. WHITE COLLAR LINE TELEPHONE AND BAILEY GATZEBT Astoria and Portland Trlephone leaves Astoria daily I cept Holiday at T p in. leaves Port land dally except Sunday at T a m. T. J. IVtter leave Aatoria at T a. ni dally except Hunday. l-eave Portland dally at I p. in , Kuiulay excepted. Hal unlay at 11 p. ni. Ticket good on both boats IT. II. HCOTT. ITe.ld.nl. K. A. Heeley. Agent, Portland. C. W. Hton. Agent. Astoria. Telephone No. It. NORTH PACIFIC Steamship Company's Will he dispatched from Portland. Or egon on or about November I, MM, on the route from that point to the Co quille River, touching at all Interme dial, point aa Inducement off.r, and will remain permanently on that routr making regular trip. For rate or other Information apply at office of the company, WorrMtet Block. Portland. Oregon, or U1-1JJ Pa via street. Ban Franoiaoo. NEIL OILMOHE, Agent. Main Street Dock. Astoria Astoria and Columbia River Railroad TIME CARD. Train, leave Seaside for Astoria ' 7:30 a ni. and J p. m. dally. Trains leave Astoria for Flav.l at 1 a. m. and i p. m. dally. Train 'cave Aatoria for Sald. a' 1(1 SO a. m. and i p. m. dally. Train leave Fiavel for Aatoria at lib a. m. and III p. m. dally. Report of the Condition or T'r.-- First National Bank OF ASTORIA, At At"M. Ill the State ol iirei'Mi. at the ol. v of tMiHinrw, Preeinber 17, Rr.vH'H. s. I'lan-atiil ilUniuiilD 17AI7 19 liventniftK erureil mid unvTiiri'd J.Tti 77 I . N. Moulin to Mi-lire clreillnlloll... I J..VU OU 1'f.oiilllll, nil I' H. tmtlits I.LO mi stork., wiifHIi. el.' 11,77.1 Otlirr Kent r.iate and Mortataei owned ISMS T. Due from iimiiihimI buiikn (Hut reervr aXMlltl Sl.tli til lue friiin liiink. imhI hiiikere V.nl M Due frtini iinmvi1 reerv iweiilj. Vl.ui4 74 clireki ami odirr eiuh Menu l ift Noun orollif-r Nulluiial llnuki. ta'i lu NlekrU ai il cat. U at) Uwm, MoNar ItxxxsvB is lusx. Via: Specie IiiioiIOO in ittii tenner noiiii .h.uiii oi lin,nl0 nu Ki-ilfiiii'iiiin fun. I with I'. s Treasurer i. percfttr ni I'irctiiHtiiiiti.. v.a A Due from I'. H, 1 miminT, other thnn A per cent retleinptlou himl.... ejfO 00 Total ...HM,7 ii II AHIl.lTira. Capital .t.x-k paid In I vi.mo in nunim. nitiii ,, iu,nou w t llillvlited imiOlA lew rl- lienwa Mini Uir. Mil! . r.l.h'.A AH MtlimiM httllk IIIHrA out- Mainline HUM) 00 Due tuMtate lluiikaaiul llnnk.Tn 'Jlo K Individual iteiMialu ailb- li-i i in i hei k t ie no :i Demand errtlnratea of il- poall 4I.J KO-Wl.WU M Total iiM.xi on Stair ol Oregon. ( County of I'laiton, i I, n. s. uomnii, eteoner oi me anove naiiien bank, ilo aoleniniy awenr tlmt the .hove auie meiit la true to the heit uf my knowledge and bellel. s. s li(iKlM,t miner. HuliacHhed and awiirn to lielnre me till Uiti day of proeuiber, IMW rnn.in , l Aitnr.n. Notary I'ublle. correct atte.t WM. M. I. ADD, J o. IIANTIIoKN. JOI'N A. DKVUN, Dl rectors ALLEN'S Cut Rate Ticket Office ... THEATRICAL BOOHING A SfCCIALTT.. 1 THIKIl ST., POnTLANO. OR. FOR. TILLAMOOK NEHALEM AND OTHER COAST POINTS STEAMERS R. P. Elmore W. H. Harrison Augusta.... A LLarogd OPEN FOR SPECIAL CHARTER ELMORE, SANBORN & CO. AOBNTI R. 0. A N. CO., AftnU, PortUnd the Best... THE CENTER ON THE Everybody knows that Warrenton values will soon be doubled. It Is distinctly the best property on the market. Fine large level lots, surrounded by many Improvements, at very low prices. Is it not a fine Investment? F.XCVrTOIi'H Nt'TP'l" Niillre Is hereby given Hint the utl derslKtieil have duly iiiallrte.l In tba county cotn-t of the elate of Oregon fur t'lalsiip county, aa executor of ths last will and testament of John Hub. on, deceaiifd, and all persona Inn In claim against the ralale of said dc ceased lilllat present the art me, .Inly verified, to auch executors at the o!Mi-s of Fulton Urothcra. Altys, In the city of Anuria, clataop county, Oregon, within six months from thla date. Aaloria, Iee. ISth, DflrJ. C. W. FULTON, tl C. Fl'LTON, 1- "! ' ' , ! . , Executors. PROPOSAL Foil A nilUn-.E. Notice la hereby given, that scaled Plana. MpeclnValluii. Hi rain iagraiua, and Hid will be received by the County t'ourt, of the Ktate of Oregon, for Clat sop county, until Wi-.lnee.lay. February 3d, IMI7, at o'clock p. m., for the build ing, erection and construction of a lraw bridge acruot Vung Itlver, In Clatsop County, otvgon, ai-conUo to Hiich pliwia, aiMniih atliMia and dlagraina. Said bridge to be located at one of the following polnta, and herein lUnlgnated i UN'atloii .Nun. 1 mid i. Uk all. n No. I - HiJng a point on the north bank of Young' Itlver. at ihe intersection if the eaat liner of the lowtl f Case' Astoria, with aald river. Said point and direction of croaalng being located and described um thn map of aald rlwr on file In the otltia of lb County Clerk. The briilg at thla loca tion to Im au Iron or rlteet Iiraw, with DO foot openlnga. ud U-rmt pile trcatls approarh on ea'h aid thereof. '' Uxathui No. J-Delng a otiit on the north bank of Voung'a Itlver. at the intersection of Seventh street, of the City of Astoria, ectrnded south to aald river. Raid point and dlrectlun of cto) lug helitif lihated and deacrlU'd Upon the inap of aald river On Dl In the of. lice of the County Clark. The bridge at thl livatlon to be an Iron or Steel Iruw wtih 130 foot opetilitga, and M-foot pile treatle approach on ertoli side there- f Each bidder alutll deiolt with his bid ciieh or certlfll check, payable to the order of the County Clerk, to the amount of ten pi r ion I of his bid, which shall be forfeited to the county. In case the a war ! Is made to him and he full.. neglect, or refute for a period of two dayt after uch award I made, to enter into rnntract and file his bond In the ninv.ner required by and to the satla f.utloii of :i ! i . unty Court. The plans, apcclflcatlVn and illa gratua, aebited by the County Court, will be aubjist to the approval of the Hon. Secretary of War of the I'nlted Stutes. The payment for said contract to be mode by warranta on the Special Road Fund of the County, one half up on the completion and acceptance of the contract, and one half one year thereafter. The right la hereby reserv ed to reject any and all bid. Py order of the County Commission er. F. I. lU'NUAR, County cb-rk. IWember 23, MM. RIDS FOR SPILES WANTED. Hid will be received at the office of Elmore. Sanborn Co., In Astoria. Or egon, until January 6, PW, for Ihe fol lowing spiles: 100 plica 10 Inches at butt, S incite at top, 45 foot long. 100 apnea 12 Inche at butt, 6 Inche to 7 Inches top, 411 feet long. 100 spile 14 Inchea at butt, 7 Inche to I) Ini'heii lop, 45 feet long. 200 spile 14 to IK Inohe at butt, 10 to 12 Inche top, 45 feot long. All of aald spile to be of good fir timber, peeled, luared and sharpened Contractor to furnish all chain neces sary for the proper rafting thereof, and alt to be delivered at the station of the American Star Packing Comany, at the mouth of the Chinook River, In the state of Washington, during the month of February, or part In the month of February and part In the month of March, 1S7. The right being reserved to reject any or all bid received. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Healed propoeeJ will be received by the undersigned at the office of the A. and C. R. R. R. In Aatoria, until noon of January 10, 1X97, for' the oontruo tlon of onrtuln trestle work and plat form, at "Hoow Day," In the city of Aatoria. Also, under separate cover, for the construction of the tree tie work on the line of the A. and C. R. R. R between Tongue Point and Knappa. All the above In Clatsop Co., Oregon. Plan and specification can be een at the office of the company In Astoria, after December 25. Approved bond will be required of the successful bidder. The undesigned reserve the right to reject any or all bids. NORTHWEST CONSTRUCTION CO. A TWITTOR. i i m A twlater in twisting , May twlat him a twtat. For In twlrlnx a twist Three twlita mak a twlat: Out If on of th. twlat Untwlat frora th twlat. . Th twlat untwisting " Untwlat th twlat That I. when It' twliUd with any other twin than MARSHALL'S. ' f OF DEVELOPMENT WEST SIDE WANTED, M'i:i A young winuan to do hoiiaeuo. k and musing Apply by mall with refer, iw i a to Mis K A. Miller, Fort Canby. Washington run sht. Three fiunlahcil room, on ground door, aiiltiihle for light houwlierpliig. an, I ccuirully located 414 Kx Iwlig attert Foil HKNT- Newly runilahed room; also fn.nl room milni We for ortlce. Will rent i heati. Apply to It. Zapf, over 'loodiium' Sluw Store ' ' ' ' 1 Two or tliie nn funilahed for hiurkr,pliig 1(5 Tenth street. Foil liKN'T rurnlahrd room with lire, centrally UuiateI 414 F.xclianga atrHt. Foil HKNT -Two newly funilahed rooma; aullable for light housekeeping. Apply at Mr. Porter' furniture atiira. Foil HKNT-Four nsm with board or Isianl without rooms, at Mr. llo. den', th and I uans atrret. Four atreet. riNims to rent. H Kxchange Adolih Johnaon. r(K PAt.R. ALL K I N 1 8 OF FANCY ANI JAP. ANF.fE (looil for Chrlatma and the botldaya, at Wing Im'i, Ml Cummer, clal atrret. FOUND. M't Nl In a tub at the Aatoria Steam laundry, a dtwimirsl. Owner tan have aame by paying for thla no- tlit and proving property. Cedar Shingles SKAHinH Ll'UBKR TAUD. OFFICE m COMMERCIAL ST. CP. KJAERBYE. M.A..M.D. riltSICUVAND hi WCtON tiradualed from Copenhag.n Cnlvr ally. Hclalty. FemaJo Dlaeaaee, No. MO Commercial atreet, Hhanahaa Uulldlug. Hour. 1013 a. m.; 2-4 and T 8 p. m, R. I Boyle & Co. Real Estate LOANS AND INVESTMENTS vl W COM ME R C I A L HT, , AHTOHIA I HON WOKKH Coaroaihjr Si . loolnl J ackaua. Astoria. General Machinists and Boiler Makesr Uad a.4 Marina Eaflaa. Bollat work, Staaa boat an4 Caaaary Work Sfsclalty. Caatlnia ol All DaacrlrHnna Ma4a ta Oria. o stion Noaca. John Fox....Prrk1nt and Ruprlntandank I r Vlo Prsaldaot O. H. Prael rUor.tarr Ftrst National Bank Treasurer "The Louvre" mOKU'S liOKUtOlS ENTERTAINMENT HALL a noon Fine Meal. Oaniea of All Kinds. Two. M.cnlflrent Hara. IVCHTTHIMi riHST-ClASS, Good Order and Everybody's Right THICTLY HNgKVI. ROSS HIGGINb b CO --a Orocers, : and : Butcher AsrarU aad Vppar Asasrla Fib. Taaa and Cogart, TaSI. balkadat. Doaaate as Tropkal Fralu, Vataubi.., hMu Cura Haat, Bacon, Etc, Choice Fresh and Salt Meats. l87 189s Fisfyer --s Brothers, SU ASTORIA Lubricating ' CrlLS A Specialty, Ship Chandolery, Hardware, Iron & Stflel, Coal, Groceries A Provisions Flour A Mill Feed, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Loggers Supplies, 'Fairbank.'s Scales, ' . ' poors' A Windows, Agricultural Implement Wagons A Vehicles.' '