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THE DAILY AST0R1AN, SATl'KDAY MPRN1NU, MAY 1, 18i7.
HOWELL & INVITE Their Friends, Patrons, and the Public Generally, to call on them and inspect their - NEW STORE - 510 & 512 Commercial Street, Astoria Electric Supply Co. Electric Light Flanta Instilled. Gas Engine Supplies. The Willard Storage Battery. HOUSE WIRE1NG insurance inspection guaranteed. Repairing, and a fall line of electrical goods, 430 Commercial Street Fancy Slippers Lilies Walking ChnftC Durafcle School OllUCa Seasonable Goods Putters Rubber Boots, Etc John Hahn & Co. Are 479 CoomercUl St YESTERDAT8 WEATHER. Maximum temperature, 60 deg. Minimum temperature, 47 deg. PredpitaCkn, trace. Total precipitation from September 1, 1. 1894, to date, 82.35 inches. Excess of precipitation from Septem ber i. 18, to date, 18.03 Inches. TODAY'S WEATHER. Occasional rain ; cooler. TO BKADER8. The "Dally Astorlaa" eeatalas twice a nick road log mmttar a Say other paper published In Astoria. It la the only paper that preeente 1U reader with a dally telegraphic report. TO ADVIRTlSKRS.-The "Dally As terlaa" ha more thaa twice ae many read art Many other paper published In Afto rla. It U therefore more than twice ae ealaable a aa advertising medlnm. State of Or run, i County of Clatsop.) We, the undersigned, local manager respectively of the Westers I'nlon and Foetal Telegraph companies, hereby cer tify that the "Dally Astorian" la the only paper published in Astoria which bow re solves, or at any time during oar eoutrul ef said olllce ha received, a telegraphic press report. B. D. JOHSSON, Manager W. I'. T. Co. J. H. CLARK, Manager Postal Tel. Co. AROUND TOWN. SATURDAY. On the blue mountains of our dim Childhood, toward which we all turn and look, stand the mothers, who mark ad out to us from thence our life. "Gypeine" Swope. Beet cream In the city at the Web foot. "Gypeine" the only durable wall Campers are getting seaside season. ready for the Merchants yesterday reported a good day's business. Fresh strawberries Btokee Co.'s today. at Foard & Ekatrom has the only complete atock of Jewelry In the city. , Pure Ice cream and Ice cream soda today at C. B. Smith's. Mr. H. M. Bransford returned from San Francisco yesterday. Steamer day. See Foard & Stokes for fresh frutta and vegetables. Have you any Jewelry that need re pairing? Take it to Ekstrom's. The change in the weath-r yesterday was a pood thing for the grass. The canneries reported that flBh were running much better yesterday and all in the business, as well as the mer chants, were feeling better. Don't judge tea by its price. You can pay more than Schilling's Best costs and get poorer tea. No; judge it by the way dealers give money back on tea as they do on Schilling's Best. A Schilling ft Company Sea V ranciscs 611 WARD -The Live Qrocem. Buy your sweet cream at the IVn bonnlere; it will not fall to whip. Mr. Henry l.aig, the Portland mer. chant, was in the city yvstwMay. rresn fruit and vegetables received every day at he Pacific Grocery Co. New Hlrycle Lrgglos arrived today. Colombia Shoe Co. Testerday's moisture, oil timers say. was what Is known as "blackberry rain." Mera L. B. SeeWy ami S. H. Brown went up to Portlaml last night for a few day's visit. P. J. Meany, the leading merchant tailor. 1JT Tenth 8t The) Mghast price paid for fur skins. BAMBOO FURNITURE sold at cost at the Rising Sun. Must be closed within this month. Some fine Eastern tongues and Sound salmon tips, Holland herrln. for sale by Rosa, Hlgftns & Co, There will be services (n the German language at the Ctangragattonal ohurch tomorrow afternoon at 2:30. iae zuaiei yeeaeraay Drougnt up a large number of passengers for Ross- land. B. C, the new El Dorado. D. K. Da vies and Frank Jaynes, of the Western Union Telegraph Company, San Francisco, are In the city. The first strawberries of the season made their appearance In Astoria yes terday. They are stiil a luxury. The new launch of the Fishermen's Cannery will make its trial trip from the Astoria Iron Works tomorrow. Parties wishing ice cream and bou tonlers for Sunday dinner should place their order at once with C. B. Smith. The first carload of lumber was yes terday taken to Adair's slouch for the bridge. Two mure load will follow. Up-to-date. B and II. "Special" and "Stormer" bicycles. Fully warranted. 145 and $55. Flaher Brothers, agents. The work of tearing out the fixture of the Manzanita still goes on, and next week she will be ready for the ways. If you want a silk waist or a hand some, all ready-made dress skirt, go t the Low Price Store, 491 Bond street. Max Skibbe's new launch will be ready for use In a few days. The As toria Iron Works put in the boiler yes terday. Mrs. Harrison, after a lingering Ill news, died at St. Mary's Hospital Thurs day night The funeral will take place today. A consignment of 1888 hams and ba con Just received at Ross, Hlgglns & Co.'s, and guaranteed to please the mjt fastidious. The ladies of the Order of the Eastern Star have organized a social club and an? preparing for an eitrtalnment In the near future. For choice cut flowers and plants of all kinds, bouquets and funeral designs call on Fred Roeenstock at Smith's Ice cream and caindy store. . Sheriff Hare haw the pair of mules grazing on the court house square which are to be used laU-r on the chem lai engine. The white horses will be sold. No business house In the state has a handsomer line of black dress goods than the low Price Store. They give Ug values at small prices. 491 Bond street. Mr. Doyle, the twine man, of San Francisco, arrived in the city yesterday and made a trip to Brookfield in the af temoon. He reports that fish are run ning betUa- up river. Arrived Mme. Vawhe, the celebrated palmit. Reads past, present and fu ture. Gives accurate advice in all af fairs of life. For a short time only, room 17, Hotel Tlghe. Our sarsaparilla 1 a specific for Im. puriti-s of the blood. It cures rheuma- tlMrn, pimples, liver complaints and foul Htomach. Price large bottles, 85 cents. Charles Rogers, druggist. Trie ne' Bond street between Elev enth and Twelfth streets is nearing completion and Is a fine piece of work. It is the best paved street In the city Unlay, with the exception of Fourteenth. In opening a kit of new bananas ye. terday at Foard & Stokes' store, Fred Burleigh the Cash Grocer. Chow Chow, 1-2 gal.. 25c Catchup, pint bottles, 15c. California Olives, quart 20c. Cutting's Tomatoes 20c. caas 6 lbs. Good Prunes 25c. SHANAHAN BUILDING. Telephone dJ Jiihiutin ran up against a tarantula which he quickly dropped ami put his foot on. He was mt after a close ac quaintance. .uesrs. ivmiiexter ami I.orlmer. rep resenting the Hercules Gas Engine Co.. arrived oat the State yesterday morning They will insp.vt the engines now being placed In Graham's launchee, and will see that they demonstrate the high standard of excellence attained by th,-' engine. Thos. X. Anderson administrate? of th estate of the late John Swenson, yesterday filed with the county court his first semi-annual account, and the court ordere-1 the payment of certain claims. Congregational Church Oomm union en-k?a at 11 a m. Evening topic. "Christ's Lt Words 'I Thirst.' " A'.l other services as usual. A cordial Invi tation to extended to all. E. L. nollln ger. pastor. American Bible Society Repository. Bibles and Testaments of all descrip tions, and In all languages desired. Sold at cost price. Suitable for dis tribution, presents, etc. Repository at Griffin A Reed's. Astoria. In the comity court yesterday the ball of Jas. Ryan In the sum of ."K with W. W. rarkerand C. W. Loughery as sunttes, was approved. Ryan is under arrest for hltUng a man with a beer glass some days ago. W. J. And.-rm. J. D. Sullivan, J. P. Samlell. Im Grande; Newell Harttvrn. W. Hunter and wife, FVrtland; Captain M. Kgleton, Boston; Thos S. lu-als. Jr.. San Francisco, were guests of the I'iir ker House yesterday. Roes. Hlgsins & Co. have taken the agency for the famous "CorvaJ'ls" flour. Three carloads arrived here fr them yesterday and they will irom now on furnish dealers with the same at mill prices In lots to suit. We have been reu.-sted to rei-at iur last Saturday's clearance sale: so we have ) plants nw-s, geraniums a:id other plant.'', at lc ai h. iuid a cillec tiim of '.'Kl pansles to be wld at re duced prices on Saturday only. Smith's candy store. Don't carry a lot of tools. Klde G. and J. tires for your comfort's sake. Then your hands are the only t'xds ever need!. Rambler bicycles are fit ted with G. and J. tires. '97 wheels. ISO; '96, JU0. W. E. Warren, agent, .".17 Commercial street. W. F. Schelbe, the popular cigar man. ufauturer, is now established In his new quarters, 474 Commercial street, where he has a full line of domestic, Key West and Imported cigars and the best brands of smoking tobaccos and smokers' ar ticles. Give him a call. Chief Engineer T. H. Curtis, who for twio months has been laid up with ty pnoid fever, will leave this morning for Southern California, In company with his slHter. The trip will l-e made by eay sunken, the first stop being made at Ashland, w here a rest will be tatten. Captain Rehfleld. of the Dwyer. re ports that work by the government at Scarborough Head is progressing well. Thursday h towed an engine over to the head on a barge, but the w-ather was so rough that It could not 1 safely landed, and he was obliged to bring It back to this side. Mr. and Mrs. Hagerup, Instructors In painting and drawing, have opened their studio In the Main street house. Les sons In marine, landscape, flower and figure painting. Free hand and mercan tile drawing; also sketching from nature. Terms very moderate. Studio open from 9 to 12 and 2 to 5. P. J. McOow-an, Chinook; Henry Lang, Geo. Myers, P. H. Holden, J. K. Young, Gwo. Alllers, Portland; Frank Payne, D. R. Davies, W. Lussier, T. Poindester. and wife, J. Irimer, Harvey Mathews, A. F. Elliott, San Francisco; F. A. We- ander aid wife, South Bend; C. Ktohl, (Anny, vfrv in the city yestenlay. Swedish Lutheran Church S"rvices ait l'l.'M a. m. In SweIlsh. Sunday school at i:ia. rignn wn'icea at 8 p. m. Text, Luke, 24:32. Topic, "Th. Heart Burning WKhin Us." Sunday we-k there will be no services, owing tit the fact (hat thre will be a mission meet ing at Marshfleld. (tr., that Sunday, and th imnlr will be away. In cntemplatton of her removel from this city, in the n'rar future, Mrs. Ios, the old, reliable milliner, will oomm' tvie her cling-out sole this mornng. This Is a rare opportunity to obtain bargiiins in all kinds of first-class millinery, and intending purchase.rs should call early. as nothing -will be nwerved and the tire Htock will be closed out as speedily bti puMsible. M. K. Chur'h -M''riiltiet subjool, "Tlve Question That KvcrylxMy Aska An. werM." Kwnlnir, "Inourablosi 11,1 ed. Cla-w motlig at w a. m. Sun lay school at U1J. Kpwotth lvie iimms at 7 p. m. All evenlint r'i-vlce until furtW notice will be a half hour lab.r tluui UHiitU. A cordial Invitmlon extemKM to aJI our iwkv J. J. Wal SonivM' at the lrntylrlay thuivh toimnw at u hi the morniiiK and i In the exenlng. Sunday chool ( I2;&, Y. I. S. O. K. t 7. At the clxieh- of the morning erviv the iwoittiiinit of ths Url's StlHvr will be cclolrMtcd. Th.O will U a preparatory s'r Uv this (Sa: urdiiyi owning, hi antbipatkin of the sacrament. The laslor eniMMntly da iys all wIk isu to attend tills scrvlitv i:v erybody will W wvloiiMd. PU. no's the chiKe In time of evening service to S o'clock. HiMiry Muicotte. tt.tor. At routM ,v .stoKcH I in uuk tunlit a biilliam ustMillav c:iilwi'il with the t'lu-vwukthenium Club luul a most Joy able exTiilns was spent 111 dancing t a lute loiu'. Hfty couplm w.mv on tlv lti-. The grand iniuoli w iu lel by Mr. riias. Sioih- and M(s Gone Iaw: f'llowe,! by tin- IiiiiiNmh of the cl'.ih. Kulty one-half of the diincci-s woiv imir- ruvl Hple. who e:ijeiv the duJMv much as the yoinvgir lks. tlotnl nu.lc w. furiilshrl niul tle t'hryMiti. themunvK were vo!.l a siici-e. Mr. Sam lo.llock. who M-it )N-isier Jay in the city, said that Com motor S'ormlle ywtenlav nijsli, th. grade .f tne new rullroud tnuk to Logiui't mill and made a fine Jol of It. Track laying will commence to a day or two. He also says that a immNT of ntw cot. tagvM are under coiiHtructt'si. A meet ing of the dwvllers of the Klk creek toll road will te Hld May 2.N, at the office of th Seaside saw mill, for the purpose of nuikitig huw for reiuilring the nVid and bridges. The l.ogitn Klk Creek House Is very m-urly completed, and will be ready for the season. PROF. JACKSON ON BEETS. Southern tt'gvn Making a God Slvow Ing for This Season. Prrf. T. J. Jackson, who was so lng oomvovted with Astoria's public si-hoots, and an enthuHiast upii eduitttkm. a-ho Is now visiting the city frvn southern tregn. saa that he has recaHitly be come ltwenstel in the cultivation of sugar beets In that iirt of the state, where h- thinks the entertrlse will be a sih-cens. "it has l-n demuitruted truit th.' farmers of Iviugluss county can produce twenty-live to thirty t.n of sugar Ixvts h th acre, and ut it 'r tun they are a Hiving crop. Evn as a crop for cattle f"od t!u-r Is more money in Uiem and better results are btaiiixl thjin from turnliw. to that the fanners can aJT..rd t grow them and fee.! trs-m until a sugar beet factory is cMtahllMhtvl In (:iif n. "ur far im its g.-nerally have taken hold i,f the proposition. A o tninHt.-e was aplnte. to tecuiv the sul.si rlp tJOn of ;'"i) ai r.-s f..r exti-nmi-nta! giow. ing of sugar t-t.. and that ncrrttge h;u mov lnvn i ractLally Kuur.in'e d. This will moke a ki-I showiiiK. iuid if a f-w nvn' sui h .isi.i itlnns vr f irnii-l in thu tat.- it uotild not tjiWe long to s,i-ure a factnry. "We tin.! thai in th- rich low land the i..rc.'tituge of sugar In t he lt Is not so gr.-iut as on the hUh lajids, but all produce Uis rhat will pay to mtin-ufai-tur". The agricultural cil.ge at iVirvallitt Is furnishing tlw tests and will analyze the beets. The experiment i-annot fail to In? suii-s.sful." REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. In the recorders' olllce yesterday th follow ing deeds were Hied for record Harry L. !ted to Fred J. Norton, power of attorney to sv-ll ami ex-e-ute dew I to northeast quarter section 9, township 6 north of range 7 west J. W. Hare, sheriff, to G. C. Ful tim. lots S to 12 Inclusive, Mc Creary, I). L. C T. . Trulllng-r atid wife to Trul-llng-r Whartilng Co, certain tide lands and wharflng rights descrlljed by metes and lxunls. 50 Trullliigcl-s (Kldltion 5 00 Ieii Hiv.rt to Emily C. Short, lot 3, bbick 114. M' CIuiVm, and lots 7 and 8, block 4, First n. Klitlon to 0an Grove MeilndaC. MVn-ary to Mary Bar tiildus Frye, mrrth half of D. L. C. Matthew Mi'f'reary and Me Hnda McCr.-ary wlrh certain ex 1 00 ception ..f 1,200 00 Went Shore Mills Co. to V. J. Trulllng'-r, lots 5, 6 and 13, block 2. lot A. blok 3, lots 3, 4, IS and 19, bWx;k r,, and lots 7. 8, and 9, block 7, Trullinger's addition.. Sam to T. S. Trulllnger, attain lands and lots described by 00 mnes aJid tjouruls 5 00 Same to H. . Trulllnger, lots 10 and 11, Mock 9 and 11, block 2, lots 5, 6 and 19, block 4. and lts 12, 13, 20 and 21, block S, Trullln- ger"s addition G 00 T. S. Trulllnger and wife Ut 8. O. Trulllnger, lots 6, 13 and 24, block A, TrullUiger's addition.. Same to W. L. Trulllngw. lots 18, 19 and 1, block A, Trulllnger'e ad dltUm C 00 S 00 STOCK 1 10 LDE RH' M EETI NO. Notice Is hejreby given that the an nual m'-etlng of the stockholder of the Astoria Building an1 Loan Association w 111 be held at the ollbe of the sec retary on Tuesday, May 11, 1897, for the purpiHe of electing directors to serve one year. The election will be by ballot, and will be held from 2 o'clock p. m. until 8 o'clock p. m. CHAS. S. WRIGHT, Pres. Attest: FRANK L. PARKER, Secretary. A SNAP, For sale cheap and on easy terms, four choice building lots In McCIure'i Astoria. For particulars call on Kowell & Ward, S19 Bond street. FlHItliUMAN DUOWNKD. Seveial Katalltlew lteMiito, Yesterday In Hie Ijowrr Hlver. Karly wtoiMny mwtilng John lUn. drlckson, one of the t.luinlla Cannery tNimpany'a tlsliermon, wua drowtwsl on Clatsop Hlt, Tlie boat w tuniml over In a heavy awvll: th Ixwvi-pull. was saved by flilvriiioii wlio wviv near by, but lliMwIrickaoit w.tit down hef ore they oould reach him. Full iir1lculnr have nt yet leon ilveil. The Fort Ste. vena life snvlug crow did all they could to save his llfis but could only reach the spot til time to bring the boat pultor to nlimv. Ilmiilili kson was a Russian Finn, alxiut 3S yeiir old, and bstves no fam ily. It was also tvortd I hat several other Uats wiv aslied In (he same swell, ami yixt unlay aflnrnon tu of Kin liey's luiMts iuid a net wore found cap lil on North Slimv, but the mimUr of the Umt oould not U lonnoil, nor were Its ikvupaiitn known up to a lute hour. Hiv of the other boats said to t tit trouble Is MUPpoMsl to Is-lentf t i tile ('Utllug I'Ui-kllltt Co. MKN WANTKP. liallrond IkmivU wiLited for Imiiiedluie WMrk on tnu k. Apply at rs'tn 4. Fluvel bUvk. a . C It. U. It. LIST YOUR Property With Us. CITY PROPERTY TODAY. We have a I it '.n Mcclure's lotnman I- Ing tli. flr.i'st view in the whole city and convenient to the business portion of the illy. Will avtl ut a Imrgaln. Summit avenue la on Out crest of the hill back from the water front and commands a vlownf Hie Columbia rlvi r, Young's liy ami Pacific otnan. Is most deJtrabli. k station for rs4deiiri, and iHrvsnlent. lOOMiH) r 1-125, part canh. U a great ' bargain. Three lots In block 25, BhlvHey's; voch WxlOO. Bargain at 12,100. Very cany terms. 5x75 corner block 15, Adair', 11.500. StrutU car and aved streets. Corner lot, Xtd ajid Franklin. 7.'iIM, hourk-s, all rented. A bo-rttaln and easy terms. 1 10. block 19. Alderbrok. Great bargain offeretl. WK'ST SIDE IIAKGAINS. . . , , f , A six mom outage, new. on lot 100, Wartviiton. $..''. Easy tenn. or Instnllment plan. I.ts 7 and S. block IC.klndred 1'nrK ' I chi up for cash. lot 21, block C bouse, barn, row New Astorlt, with chii-hetiK. etc. ("m ap .it ICiOO. A BARGAIN -W acres n ar navel. 1100 ,r ai-t.. vsy terms. BEACH PROPERTY 2'h) ncp-s fine grnx:ng land on North N.'cjirnle, All clear. Eacy tenus i House, lot and barn in Holllday j Park 'H X.innnlcum, 1I', cash. A gr- at bargain. j P',0 a.-r. on Elk creek N-ach. U"" f.stt fnmtntfv. lieautlful tract, ult iiblu fur laying out In lots. Cheap and terms to Hull. Ten room h niw on North ll.-arh, all funilftlnsl. CNt ll.rH). Owner, who llv-s In the East, will sell for IS'). lot 9. block 9. Oceun lirorve, Seav side. House, blacksmith shop; well on property; J""t "ke giving it away at 11.000. Sewn room house at Seaalde; nwd nm ImpriA'ements; nicely located and cheap; terms easy. COUNTY LANDS. A FINE FARM of 120 acres) on Up per Xehalem, About one-half of plaw timber land, Imi lance pasture and tilled land; 11,500 on easy terms; Is a bargain. Store building, barn. large orchard, pasture land, tilled soli, comptlsea a tMullful plaae neax Olney. We are prepared to offer It at a bargain. FOR RENT. FOR RENT-10-room house, 115 per month; fj-niom house, 110 per month. 3 rooms n-ar Clatsop Mill, 15 per month. 4 rooms nr Clatsop MUI 110 per month, upstairs. Small 4 room house near 4th and Excliange, 15 per nvmth. FOR SALE. FOR SALE. 14 room lodging house clM.p. Well located. Ixrt in Aldorbrook. The most de slralbe residence portion of Astoria. Cheap and easy terms). If you wish Ho wll your property list it with The Astoria Land &Inv. Co. 355 Commercial St.. Astoria. Or . Printed matter descriptive of Astoria mailed on application. Warrenton Is Columbia Harbor Land Co. CORNER.., BOND and ELEVENTH STS. Mi on application. rOR BALK ! H HAIK--sh milch cow. Apply at Gaston's ford aiahle, .I0 Duaiiv HI WANTKD. '. A XT Kl iMtilng lll irlrl, Call at th ottjiv. UH HE NT, Plami f 'r Kent-Iiiqulri at Grllllii A Uee,l' FOR RKNT Klegant rooms, with or without board; I4T Franklin avenue. FOUND, I'mI'NI' tn Kami Inland. April A, a skiff or duiy, IH foiH long, 3 fist I ncln beam, pointed lead color. Owner can linve sniiin by applying to A Iloaixl. steamer So Foam, Astoria. ritOFKHHIONAl. OAKUM SCHOOL SITEItlNTENDKNT. It 8. l.YMAN. Olllce, lintel Tlnhe. iirner IMh and Frnnklln. Hours, flist WeiliiPSHlay of every iiiotilli, V a, in. I 3 p. m. Kvory Salunlay, a in. to I p. m. II. A. SMITH. rfjifi , KNTIHT. (tfftt? Rooms I and 2. Pythian llulldlng nvei C. H Cooper's store. Dlt O. II. K8TKH, I'llYHIOIAN AND HUHllKON. Ppeelal atinntlon lo dlssasea of women and surgsry. times vr nni!ri store. Astoria Telephons No. U. DR. JAY Tl'TTLE. PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Office, rooms ( and , Pythian bulldg U1W Commercial Bt, Itesldenr same Telephone M. Acting assistant surgeon V. B. Ma- lino hospital service. II. T. CROSBY. ATTORN EY-AT-IJiW. 41 Commercial it rest I. Q. A. HOWl.riY. ATTORNEY AND COUNiKUIR AT LAW. Office on rionj street. Astoria, Or. JOHN T. LIOHTBH. ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Once, upstairs, Astorlaa Uuddlng. i. N. Dolph Richard Ntiaa Chester V. Dolph. DOLPH. NIXON A tH5LPH. ATTOHNEYH AT LAW. Portland, Oregon, ft. S, M and T7. II 1 1 . . 1 1 I , .. .1. I , I ii, mi t.Miiiinia. on ip.mi j- bustn a promptly attends la fslms against the government a spo- I tally. SOCIETY MEETINOB. TEMPLE LODGE NO. I, A. KV and A M -Itesular romtminleatlona held or the first and third Tuesday evening ol each month. ). w. LorssnEtiiiY, w. m E. C. IIOLDKN, Secretary I - SEASIDE SAWMILL. A complete stock of lumber on hand !n the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus tic, celling and all kinds of finish; mold Ing and shingles. Terms rnaaonabU and prices at bedrock. All orders promptly attended t. Oftlc and yard at, mill. H F L. LOGAN. Peaslds, Oregon. Proprietor, Cedar Shingles SEASIDE LUMBER TARD. OFFICE 356 COMMERCIAL PT AMTORIA IKON WOHKH Front St., foot of 4th, Astoria General Macninists and Boiler Makesr Laaa a4 Msr .riEngtasi. Bollsr work, SUaa boat ana Caansry Work Specialty. CastlBf t of All rMscrlpDoas Msa to Or4w ( Shan Nutk. John fox.. ..President and Buperlntsndenl a. u r-ox vice President O. B. Prael Beoretary Ast'rla Savings Bank Treaanjrar ASTORIA POBIiIC LIBRARY RBADINO ROOM FRED TO ALL. Open arary day from I e'eloek te l:M and 1:10 te l:W p. m. Bubscrlptlon rates It ser annura. B.W. COR. ELEVENTH st DDANB iTts. Gambrinus Drllvsrsdto Any Psrtot IN CltY. Bottled Beer. HOCH tt GILLETTE, Affts. IHH e Bond Htreetai. the Best... I THE CENTER OF DEVELOPMENT ON THE WEST SIDE 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? GRAMMS & CO. Groceries, Feed. Provisions, Crockery and Glassware. moi.iciu:ai i oucamii or, 15th A Commercial. C. P. KJAERBYE.M.A..M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SlRCtON. Giailuiite.1 from Contuig'n Unlvs ally, I Merit sea of women a specially. No 60 Cirtniiiei4al strpot, HUaiiali I'll 1 1 ,1 1 II u Hours. 10 itn 13 a m , 3 to 4 aist T lo I p. m. J. li WYATT, Pheas Ne. a Aslsrls, Oregea) 1 Innlwnre, Ship Chimdlery. ( irtK'erlcH, Provlrlonn, I'AINTM nml Oil.. imIsI An.slloa Pals Is SupHHiif Kales, BREMNER & IIOLMES No."Aj"m" Hlacksmltht Bpeiial Attention I'atd to Bloamboal Re 'airing, loreeelioouig, KtO. LOGGING Cn.TP (CORK A SPECIALTY 1ST OLNBV ST., hel. Sd SMil 41k. .SNAP A KODAK. si any mau mlng oul ol our ster uid ou'tl f4 a portrait f a man bi-linitiliisx ersr IUi pirsssul Ibsugkl. suih qiuuiit lo IBs lluiMira a Bat. looBm ars suiiuU Uj ,laan7 mas COMK AND THY TliltM MU0HI3S & CO. l"N I Sol Fisfpcr Brothers Lubricating OILS A SpeJalty Sell ASTORIA, Ship Chandlery, HuniwHri', Iron X Sti't'l, find, Croccritx J'ruviHioiiH, Flour A Mill l'c.1, I'liintH, ( ils V.iriiish, Ir:f;,'f Siiilii8, Knirl'iinLV call's, l)lM.r tv NVimlowH, Ajjrii u It ii nil Iiiiplt int'ii' WnpHIH t Vl'llit ll-rl. Emil Schacht ARCHITECT Rooms J17-J1R Portland 5avlng Rank flldr. Portland, Oregon. uThe Louvre" ASTomvs cnitncots ENTERTAINMENT MALL s ri.oona rine Masle. (lames uf All Hlmla. Two Msgulflreol liars. rvtitTTMNo rmsT-cuss Good Order and Everybody's flight. MTKICT1.Y OIINKIIVKI). Japanese Goods Oriental Ctirlot Noveltlen WING LEE, 543 Commercial St. W. L. IiODH Real estate and Insurapo, 110 KLKVK.TII ST. Office with K. A. Taylor. A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provision, Fruits vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. LoRgers' Supplies. Cor. Tenth and Commercial streets.