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TILE DAILY ASTORIAN, THUHSOAY MORNINU, MAY 6, 1BD7.
HOWELL & INVITE Their Friends, Patrons, and the Public Generally, to call on them and Inspect their - NEW Astoria Electric Supply Co. Electric IJg-ht Plants Installed. Gas Engine Supplies. The Willard Storage Battery. HOUSE WIREINO Insurance Inspection guaranteed. Repairing, and a full line of electrical good. 430 Commercial Street Fancy Slippers Ladies Walking: CUnac Puratle School OllUCa gvftsonable Goods Gutters Rubber Boots, Etc. John Habn & Co. Are Wsrrsstol 479 Commercial St. TESTERD AT' S WEATHER, Maximum temperature, 6) dog. Minimum tetnpsratufie, 4? dec. Total predprUktloo since September 1. 1896, to date. 82. T inches. Exosbs of precipitation from Septem ber 1, 18. to date, 17.47 inches. TODAY'S WEATHER. Probable thunder showers: cooler. TO BEADEB9. Th. "Dally Astoriaa" ostein, twice ai anneh reading matter a amy other paper publUhed la Astoria. It I the only paper that pmenU it reader with a daily telegraphic report. TO ADTKRTIS EBS. The "Dally Ae- arlaa" has more thaa twice a many read are at any other paper published ia Asto ria. It ta therefore more thaa twlee as valuable a ea adTartialng medium. State of Oregoa, i County of Clatsop.) We. the undersigned, local manager respectively of the Western Cnlon and Foetal Telegraph computet, hereby cer tify that the "Dally Astorian" la the oaly paper pabllshed la Astoria which aow re ceives, or at aay tlaae during oor control of said office has received, a telegraphic press report. B. D. JOHSSO.N, Manager W. C. T. Co. J. &. CLARK, 1 Maaafer Postal Tsl. Co. AROUND TOWN. THURSDAY. It to poor philosophy which lets the past either spoil the present or over shadow the future. J See the Comer street. Grocery, 4K Duane Best cream In the city at the Web foot. See the Corner Grocery, treeft. 405 Duane Notice the change In Burleig-n'a ad vertisement today. Pure loe cream and Ice cream soda today at C. B. Smith's. Col. John Adair and wife from Sunnymead yesterday. were o ver J ttuy your sweet cream at the Bon- bonnlere; it will not fall to whip. in .tne police court yesterday Mat Foley forfeited 12 for being drunk. Fresh fruit and vegetables received very day at the Pacific Grocery Co. Now Bicycle Legglns arrived today. Columbia Hhoe Co. Mr. James Elder, of San Francisco, representing Marshall's twine, is in the crty. Two tots In New Astoria, on the wide street, ait a great sacrifice. R. L. Boyle at uo. -Wul'" nave oegun work on the Holbrook slough bridge, and tne Fine pure tea is nerve food. The other kind is nerve-killing to a slight ex tent, to a great extent, or to a very great extent it de pends upon the tea. Some tea is almost so badly col ored as to be poisonous. Not Schillings Best. A Schilling & Company Sos Fraacisco Mi WARD- ? The Live Qrocem, STORE - 510 & 512 Commercial Street, first carload of lumber for flh Adxtr's bridge u (Mlvvral yesterday. KISINO SCN BAMBOO STORK will be closed, this week. Everything sold at cost. P. J. Meany, the leading merchant tailor. 1ST Tenth St The highest price paid for fur skins. Some fine Eastern tongues and Sound salmon tips, Holland herring, for sale by Ross. Higgins & Co. Mr. Charles Grlnneli has returned t the city, having been absent to Attend the funeral of hla father. Miss Nellie ftxlngw has gone to Portland to visit friends and will h absent for a week or two. Miss Blltw and Miss Palsy Biles, who tuiVw been visiting: Mrs. p-rrv Tv,,!ii.. per, have returned to Stride. Up-to-date. B and II. Special" and Stormer" bicycles. Fully warranted. r5 and ii Fisher Brothers, agents. uur world-beater raaor streps. 25c. Look In our window. Roys, now is your chance-knives, 5c. Rogers' drug store. Mr. E. T. Barnes, of San Francisco, one of the stockholders of the Hot.-l Flavel Co.. spent yesterday In Che city. Coin special brands of hams, bacon. lard and canred meats are the best In the market. Ask your grocer for them. Every farmer, mechanic, laborer and business man should read the articles headed 'plain Tariff Truths." In today's Paper. It was reported yesterday that fsh were coming In a little better. Kinney received a ton of salmon from S.tnd Island. Alex Gilbert's new $50 stained glass doors, put In by Architect' Ferguson yes terday, have caused much favorable comment. A consignment of ISM hams and ba con Just received at Ross, HIgglns & Co.'s, and guaranteed to please the most fastidious. 'Parties owning houses are still tak ing the mow off their roofs, and quite a number of men have been given em ployment In this line of work. Albert Seafeldt Is the proud possessor of a dozen fine hunting scenes, done in water colors. The pictures are very good and worth an examination. When going East travel on the North ern Pacific Railway. Quick time and the only line running dining cars. Train leaves Portland daily at 11 o'clock a. m. When you want a real life-like and artistic photo, don't fall to call on Snod grass. The work he Is turning out now Is ahead of anything ever made In As toria before. The two new bowling alleys for the Astoria Football Club arrived yesterday and are mow being placed In position. It is expected that they will be ready for use by Monday. W. Heckard, W. J. Ingalls, Olef Erick- son, Lewis and Clark; Mr. Moore, T. Wootten, E. A. Dougherty, North Shore; Harrtoon Sloop, Knappton, were In town yesterday. Arrived Mm e. Vase he, the? celebrated palmist. Reads past, present and fu ture. Gives accurate advice In all af fairs of life. For a short time only. room 17, Hotel Tlghe. Seiners are not doing much, as the run of fish is too light, but are all ready to go to work when the fWh come. Yes terday Frank Oook made two hauls and only got fifteen salmon. The Oregon Pioneer Society of Clat sop county will hold Ms annual meeting In the chamber of commence rooms on May 11th. It la expected that the tv.'. Ing will be an interesting one. A cordial Invitation is extended to the members and frltmds of the W. R to attend the tea to be given ac the home of Mrs. A. F. Wilson, Twelfth street, Friday afternoon. May 7th. J')hn Flnley, Sranlde; Geo. H. Day, Portland; Walter May, Young's River; F. A. Curtis and wife, San Francisco; 'jeo. McFarland, Youngs River, were guests of the Parker House yesterday Astoria & Columbia River. Work Is being pushed on this road between As- tori;i and Goble, Or., between 400 and and 5o0 men being employed by Honey man & De Hart, the contractors. Rail way Age. In order to have lodge ctJors for the floral ball you should place your orders Burleigh the Cash Grocer CANDY. r-... . w w nur cometttor, who ho a) ..j.-u interior pantiles, with tho tx ooptkm of his eastern gootts. now eom forward and show hla Ignorance. manufacture no wore gotxls than do. Honest competition will do Ruod, Our goods are not exivllist aaiyone. Cvme In and be onnvuvd 35c per lb SHANAHAN BUILDING. Telephone JJ A.YVXXX i we wun .-. . smith. v have only a few pink onxmul,,,, and rose Inula. There are not many pink ttotvirs tn the market. W. J. Ingalis yesterday brought In a Joten strings of large cutnsh, which he caught In the IawIs ami Clark, and ItVtributed thetn among his friends. He said the stoughs were full of them in certain places. 'wi injure your health by eating v. neiip jonn caiuiii made from tern alba and China sugar, when you co.i ge: the flneat of candhs frvsh evT- day made from the best of American sugiur at C. B. Smith's. The Astoria Clt. cumpost-d of muuk men not over fifteen years of ok'. ill play a match gome of asmx'tntUm f Mt tnill n the Smith's Point grounds with a team of younit men fr-wn Young's River next Saturday. It was reported yesterday that the Irving Club contemplated building a bowling alley of the latest d-sl,;n J.isl south of the bulldmg in which the dub rooms ore situated. Bowling Is bey..nl doubt the fad of the hour. American Blbie 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 4 Reed's. Astoria. Roes, Higgins Co. have token the agency for the- famous "Corvallls" flour. Three carloads arrived here fc them yesterday and they will trom now on furnish dealers with the saine at mill prices In lots to suit. Vhlte looking at the workmen tearing up the planking and stringers on tfo.id street yesterday, a gentleman remarked that K was a great wonder that the street decking had no: long ago fuller in and caused much damage. The omce of the Southern Pacific Railway Company will heretfter 1 found at the WeHs-ForRo Express of flee, Curtis Trent-hard, agent, where tickets to all ports of the world i-an be had and all information for travelers obtained. W. F. Scheibe, the popular cigar man. ufaoturer, is now established In his new quarters, 474 Commercial street, wh-re 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. No doubt you consider that you have a high grade neck. If so, you can't afford to risk It on a low grade bicycle. Rambler bicycles have been on the mar. ket eighteen years and are still at the head of the procession. Prices, $0 aod ISO. W. E. Warren, agent, 547 Commer cial street. The contractors are tearing up Bond street at the corner of Eleventh for the purpose of laying the new pavement, and while the work is going on It vlll be difficult to reach some of the stores. Mr. E. R. Hawes Is more fortunate than most of them, as his store has a side entrance. Northern Pacific railroad trains leave Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m. f r Taooma, Spokane, and the East. Cle cormeotion made at Spokane f'ir I Urns land, Nelson, Sandow and British Co lumbia mining camps. For maps and Information call on or address C. W. STONE. Astoria, Or. The shower last night laid the dust cm the streets, much 'to the disgust of the city authorities, who had Just d elded to start their new sprinkler. If nature Is to be a competLUir In the busi ness there Is little use In mortals nlng to any expense for water and appara tus with which to keep their city (;l.-an. A meeting of the baseball players w as held last night for the purpose of form ing a club. Mr. W. T. Beveriige was elected manager and treasurer, Cha Lovett, captain, and J. Law, secretary. The members of the club expect to pliy their first game on Sunday with the Warren Km team at Warrenton. The club will be call's Reveridge's "Nits." Another alarm of fire was turned In yesterday afternoon. The cause was a small blaze In the roof of a house near the old gas works. The d-partmsnt responded promptly, and th driven of the difT-rent teams did wmie fine work. though their services were not needed, the fire having been extinguished rore ineir arrival, .mi uarroige w-o done. W. J. Barry, 8. Schmidt, E. A. Hee.ey, L. B. Seeley, A. G. I,ng, W. . Martin, Portland; E. D. Cooper, The Pallet; L. A, Ixxmls, Mrs. A. G. Stout, Ihvaoo; Raymond Brunsbaugh, J. F. Knanp, James Elder, Victor Stoodecker, E. T. Barnes, Ban Franclsoco; B. F. Locke, Butte, Moot; J. M. Turney. Flav.M; I H, Brown, Jr., Boston; Cl. John Ad;il Sunnyniead, were at the tVvWenl yis terdwy. hen the mw tmwmout on lion street Is ntHhM to Ninth. H Is irvd ed that It nill make (he nit imioiliu driveway and bicycle rd In the e'ly The pawntetvt In the mmxliej't of wrk of eh kliHt ever done, nml Is down In such a nuuar Wml It will stay smooth f,r a Kir lime lhv other i'lnktl wtreets which have been htid In the past Mim, with the -v..Uie exotptln of Fourteenth stre)-t. He w Mr. F. A. Knapp, travlliiir Sj,vtt of him the Sui FtiuidiVM Call, 1h In the city In the Intetvxit of his pojvr. It is the Inteirthtn of Mr. Kimpp to puWIh In the by Call In a short time sn article descittv nve of Aatxl and her t-eonv. The rliK'tHll 1. (. of btmliu-es and inn-ill raotori, win i. dcwHI-nl. Mr Ktiapp Is highly il'iul with Axtonu nnd pre .Hots for the city a brilliant future. He has traveled all over the cwst an) has llKl no Il-i4ler little city, lie will return to San Krnmitav Sal unlay. Peter Johroon yesterday brought K:n ney a boot No, IS over fim the N'.'tih Beeh. where It was atrniKled Ut Krl- lay. and Its captain, John K.vk. ,m I Ills boat-puller drowned. The tMy of l; vk was not recovered, but t!e boat-puller. who. ImMy was caitKltt In the net, was burled Tuesday. Johnivi so) that the llfe-av(ng crew lH-k Miilllng ip h ciyut early Friday morning ! .th men were swinging their arm-', .is If ld. and In a moment nioiv there w.ui but one man tn th.- Uat. lie .it oi' miule r the shore, suceiwfully rMIng two big breakers, but a third euej swiulitl his Ix'ilt. lowing Ills life. No assistance could lv tvn.ler.-d th- men after It was vll they were ill d.i ;aer. The lt was not wn.the.1 a.lr" -.mil! the aflernxn. Yesterday Martin Foard & To. i..m pleted the purchase of the (let-man kirk I'otrimiHW, wlil.-h now lie .n .V rth Betu-h. ami the vessel was turned orr to th.'m by the Ccrmaii owners. It 1 i.w "Captuln" Fistrd. The ptir.-!ia-e prk-e for the ship and sails wit tI,V Tho putvhii.se was made In the rt.o of the opposition t.f iT!md, nnl :ho iron-soctlon has qurte & history tii.i: wuld be Interesting rva.lig If it we r written. Mr, FurJ and isirtueis ured on the deal a Kng tlin.. and fi-r inucJi mam-uvering llmtlly outuit-ed their competitors and secured the . U. TlH-y are now looking up the uwu.-rs of bUlsns, with a Vli' to making a contract for n-lnovlilg this Hie sn.p i.ff the bHi.ih an.i Ihto the water on.v. m ir. llHfl the IN.Ir.ins will tv u.'ili'r the AmcHcan Ma;-. 1'nder section 36p;, 3t;iT, ,;rc... KM. 36.11 and 36jJ of Up. Oregon law. Sheriff Hare yesterday n. .tilU.l Ken ny's and Keating' music nnd datce halls that If they ran last night with out paying the monthly county Its-use of 1100. their pluces would le . .. d arid the prrielors amwiil. Infringe, ni.-tit of this law carries with it a s-n-alty of not less than J.'ki n.- more tluin 11. WO tin.-, and liiiprisrtimtmt for nol'lesa than one nir more than six niontiis. It also provides that the owner of the property wn.-re su.ii da.ioe hall Is a-pt shall le il.s-m.sl th.- k.s--r of su. h dams, hull, and subs-t to tl- li.-ense and th-- fin.- for the Infractl-m of the law. Sheriff Han- says he has tak.-n tleB" st.-iw In onl.-r to invlde revenue for th.- niunty. Many who Issird -f tlie event asked the question w hy it had not bs-n done lung ago. The county court hol the matu-r und.-r dls.-iu.slon ynstenlay. The county court envened li regular session yesterday, all the otrU-r Is lr,g present. An ord.T was entered ai.-jr priatlng H0 and the jt of the Iron for a truss bridge across the north f Tk of the Nehalem. Bid wire submitted for the building of the pr. ;- orl Ig across Heckurd creek on the Chad well road to Stovelslt Landing, ami the matter was held over until tl. court oould make ptTs.ifial examlnatli Ohe premises. In the matter of the e.l tUn of McFarland for a county r nul a. it. McMillan, A. 1). Craig and M leany were appointed. vliwr. In the matter of the petition of Wm. John. for a county mad, the res,rt of the viewers was n-a1 and tlw matter laid over until today for a awtmd r.M ling ome discussion was had on the law pertaining to the H) s-r month license ppjvbled fy statute U Is- pahl by d inca nous.-, but no his lal action whs takn other than flhat by the nlieriff. The Htt-amer Columbia, wlib h arrived In yestt-rrlay and attempted to to Up to Portland, causetl no IIBtle talk on the water front. After i-ossing Tongue Point sJie grounded im the tw.r, where she remained nearly three hours, un'U the tide arwl asslstan from otlier Ikku pulll her off. It was sold by wsne that she was drawing 18 fsst trf water at the time, while others declared she 'nly drew 12 to 14 feet. The query was made where was Portland's '10-f-iot dhannt-l alsut that time, and if the Columbia could not got up the river how could the battlehlp Oregon make It? It will be rememlxrred that wrier M'Mt torturing arid l!fl;.-iirln of Itching, burning, scaly skin anil m alp humors ia in tuuily relieved l.y a warm hath with ( I Tl ;iu HAr, a niriicle 8lieation of Ccticcba ointment), the u'rrat skin cure, anil a full (low) of ( i m i ua itKnoLvesT, greatest of hlissl purinera and huiuor cures, when all else fails. btnltlthraiislvttnlthtvorld. Porrtl Tir A9V Cxww. FALLING HAIR fim pi f F , Btbf Blemlahcfs Curc4 by ''xtn.vut, 4r. SALT RHEUBfl Warrenton any Columbia Harbor Land Co. put CORNER... BOND and ELEVENTH STS. Ma ob application. he- CiUumbla sluek the stage of ,Vat,.r affeetetl by the June fresh.. in the least. o that no asslslatuv ctuM e fhMM Mr from high water to lieli. i ine (iigm t-er the "hoir tut, k "' oar. There were others on ti,e front ywterday who were ls.llve (hut the iVIumhl only tame to anchor f,r n few hours to permit (he imMeturer to fish fur saliikMi . ,. i.'ui iwH rival the ngular tJumbl river HHh.u"nn, who, so far th. season, nave nH had very good luck. HEAL ESTATE TUANSFKItS. In the recorders' otnee yesterday tha ollowlng deeds w filed for record; tchael merry and wife to John Harris. w.( half of n..itheas quarter and iwH th half of south- ost qimrt.H-. wefsm -ti ship 7. north of riuige west,., C. K. lllK-glrm (o Colmu.-l , n,.-.-,., lot S. b!mk H. Astoria nddltfeii to Wurrenliiti j;s mi Js. Arnwtrong to w. j. Arm strong, certain lands described by inetes a n, I Uiuiids In s.s-tlon ::. lowiiahlp b, north of range i.t 4 "0, M. K. U Mtrrliv an.l husls.nd to MerilKWa I'aik tliveatmeiit Co., certain part of KllxaUth I-ottle 1. U V , Soft v.-st tr ilaintv fns-ks nt longltsl chiffon and gold embroidery ! LIST YOUR Prcptrty With Us. CITY PROPERTY T"I. Y We havealot In Met lures command- Ing tls- fin. st view in the whole city and convenient to the hustnem portion of the city. Will sell at a terrain. Summit avnnue I on the crest of the hill Isick from the water front and oimmaml a Mewof tlte Odumbla rlv. r. Young's Isiy and Pat-Hie .sssin. Is miwt le.rnbl Wsiitlon for restd-iice. i and convenient. 100a'!W for ;i:3, pnrt cash. Is a great IsirgnJn Three lota in block i ShlVeley't. each 50x100. Bargain at tZ.M. Very easy terms. TixTS ctsTta-r block 13, Adair's, JI.SoO. Stnsrt car and paved atreets. Corner lot. 33d and Franklin. 7."xl30. 4 houses, all rented. A bargain and easy terns. Ixt 10. Mock 19. Alderbrk. Orsot bargain offered. WEST SIDE BARGAIN'S. A six room cottage, new, on lot Wx 100, Warrenton, .750. Easy terms, or Install nMMtt plan. Lots 7 and 8, block 16. Kindred Park; cheap for cash. Lot 21. block 27. New Astoria, with house, bom, cow, chiohena, ttc. Cheap at .300. A BARGAIN 4)214 acres near Flavet, 1100 per acre, easy terms. BEACH PROPERTY. 200 acres fine grazing land on North Neoornle, $1,500. All clear. Easy terms. House, tt and larn In Hoi I Id ay Park on N'eoaAnioum, 1100, cash. A great bargain. 160 acres on Elk creek beach, 1200 fert frontage. Beauitiful tract, suit able for laying out In lots. Cheap and terms to suit. Ten room house on North Beach, all furnished. Cot $1,500. Owner, who Uvea In the East, will sell for $S00. Lot 9, block ft. Ocean fGrove, Sea side. House, blacksmith shop; well on property; Just like giving It away at $1,000. Seven room house at Seaside; mrd ern Improvements; nicely located and cheap; terms easy. COUNTY LAMPS. A FINE FARM of 120 acres on Up. per Nehalem, About one-half of place timber land, balance pasture amd tQled land; $1,500 on easy terms: Is & bargain. Store building, barn, large orchard, pasture land, tilled soli, comprises beautiful place near Olney. We are prepared to offer it at a bargain. FOR RENT. FOR RENT 10-room house, $15 per month; 6-rootn house, $10 per month. 3 rooms near Clatsop Mill, $5 per month. 4 rooms near Clatsop MU1 $10 per month, upstairs. Small 4 room house near 4th and Exchange, 'r' per month. FOR SALE. FOR BALE. 14 room lodging house cheap. Well located. Lots tn Alderbrook. The most de- nlralbe residence portion of Astoria, Cheap and easy terms. If you wish Ho sell your property I let It with The Astoria Land &Jnv. Co. 355 Commercial St., Astoria, Or . Printed matter descriptive of Astoria mailed on application. Is the Best... THE CENTER ON THE Everybody knows that Warrenton values will soon to 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? Gambrinus -Hj Bottled Beer. MOCM AlI.UI-TTi:.Aut. Illli M lloml Mlrssla, I MKN WANTKB. Itallroad bands wiitet for linin.-illiile wirk on ti n. k. Apply at room I. navel ,,lo, a A A C It. It, ft. I FOIt IIAI.K. FtH ALi; -A J. H. Mun.ly liuprve. friction ilnnii lioUttng .uglne. Site of boiler, ix.". feet; cylinder, TxU lllchea. A ltrst-i-Uifi engine, almost as gxsl a. new. Addnva "A." AsliirUn ottl.-o. nlt HAI.K-Frosh milch cow Applyj at ( '.asb.it' f,ss oial.le. tM I u,ute 8t. I "T""1" - i W ANTE 1 1. WANTKU Munition, by Japanese ck Addivw T K . this iJlei J WOH RENT. j F(.'ll ItKNT- FtitiUshed ps-ius. en! suite or single, by the day or nvuih II ol.-l Tlghe iiieiit. dnsit rsuii!on !n ratiw. Mm U, . lVrt.r, manager. Ct. Eleventh and Franklin. ' liaiRi for Rent-Inquire at Crlrfln Iteisl's. I FOR RENT Elegant rooms, with or without board; (47 Franklin avepus. For NO. Ko'NH.iTt May 4 . In the bliu l j ' ,'liuiiis-l. a aktff alsiut p( fm l.aig. iinlnt , Ktn w(th timit Mii tiim owner can have mirw by apply llllf to ,, ,,,., Nrtn Hhro . annery. ' - 1 '", "t" Ha"'1 I "land. April -, a. "r ,lur'- 18 ro,,t '" s 'nrn"H ,H"ttin' ('''"I'd lead (Ot. Owiifr! nnvn "n"1 '' ai'l'ly'" I" A- K ' ""ard. st.stm.-r Sea Fsvm, Asb.rla. j I'HOKrCflMONAL CAItl'8. HMlTlf. PENT I ST. it. A. Rooms I and !. Pythian Bulidiiig, ivei C. II. Cooper's store. i Il. " n. K8TK8. I'HYHICIA.V AND BT lti EON. Special attention to diseases of woman and surgery. OfTIca over frani'vers stora. Astoria. Telephona No. U. IR. JAY TUTTLE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office, room, t and I, Pythtan bulldg. 63m Commercial Bt, Realdene. aams. Telephone M. Acting assistant turgeen V. B. Ma rine hospital service. H. T. CROSBT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Ml Com martial straaL J. Q. A. BOWLBY. ATTOIINEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Ofllc. on Bond strast, Astoria, Or. JOHN T. LIGHTER. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office, upstairs, Astorian Building. J. N. Dolph. Richard Nliso, Chester V. Dolpn. DOLPH. NIXON DOLPH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Portland, Oregon. 21. 15, J and . Hamilton Building. All legal and col lection bunln aa promptly attended to. Claims against the government a spa slalty. SOCIETY MEETINOfl. TEMPLE LOIXJE NO. 1, A. K. ana A. M. Regular communications held on the first and third Tuesday evening of aacn montn. O. W. LOBNSBERRT, W. M. B. C. HOLOEN, Secretary SEASIDE SAWMILL. A oomplet. stock of lumber on hand In tha rough or dressed. Flooring, rus tic, celling and all kinds of finish; mold ings and shingles. Terms reasonable and prices at bedrock. All orders promptly attended to. Office and yard at mill. II. 7 L. LOGAN, Seaside, Oregon. Proprietor. Cedar Shingles SEASIDE LUMBER YARD, OFFICE 355 COMMERCIAL BT ASTORIA IRON WOHKH Front St., foot of 4th, Astoria, General Macninists and Boiler Makesr Lis so4 Msr Engln.s, Boiler work, Steam boat and Cannary Work a Specialty. Catlings of All D.Kriptions Mads to Order anon Motlca. John rox.... President and Superintendent A. L. Fox Vice President O. B. Praal Secretary Astoria Savings Bonk........ Treasurer r OF DEVELOPMENT WEST SIDE GRAMMS & CO. Groceries, Feed. Provisions, Crockery and Glassware, HOI.DCIIIIAP I'OUCAMM or, 15th i Commercial. C. P. KJAERBYE, M.A..M.D. PHYSICIAN AND Sl'KGlON. Hiaduatsl fnun Copotihagea Unlvso ally. hbo-nar of uoinen a specialty, No Is,) t'.Mitntert-tal strHt, Hhanahaat. building. Hours, 10 ft.. 1J a. m., : to 4 and 7 to I p. m. J. B. WYATT, I'hon. N. A.latls. Orsgao, I lord wore, Ship Chnii(Ucryl (Iroccrlen, r'rovlMloni, PAINTM ntt.1 OILM. hsedal Alt.allaa PalJ sopalylaf Uhlso. BpMNER & HOLMES Toishon. uiacksmithi. Hporlal Attention Paid to Mtoamboat Rs painiia First class Ilurneshootiig. Elo. l j,occiNC CAMP (SORK A SPECIAIiTY .! T.. bet. id and 4ia. i .SNAP A KODAK. at any ti kh Poinliif out ol our star an it you'll get a portrait t a n.aii hrinimiii, over allli ntMu U - ghla. Murh quality lu lb liquor. ' we have tvoffer are rn-uh Is l.lr... any man I AND THY THKM. iiuanns & co. Hot- Lubricating OILS A Specialty, Fislper Brothers, 1 Sell ASTORIA, Ship Chandlory, Hardware, Iron tfc SUjl, Coal, Groceries A Provisions,. Flour A Mill Fcetl, Paints, Oils, VarniflheH, Loggors Supplies, Fairbanks Scales. Doors A Windows, Agricultural Implement' Wagons A Vehicles. Emil Schacht ARCHITECT Kooma 317.318 Portland Savings Rank Bklg. Portland, Oregon. "The Louvre" A3T0HIA S COKGEOIS ENTERTAINMENT HALL 3 r loo it a Fin Mualo. (lames of All Kinds. Two ' Magnificent Hera. CVEKYTnlNG riKST-CLASS Good Order aod Everybody's Rights STRICTLY OHHKKVKII. Japanese Goods Oriental CuHob Novelties WING LEE, 543 Commercial St ASTORIA PUBLIC LIBRARY READING ROOM FRED TO ALU Open every day from I a'oloek ta 1:11 and 1:10 to l:W p. m. Subscription rata $1 per annum. S.W. COR, ELEVENTH UUANH BTaV A. V. ALLLCN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Peed, Provisions, Frulta. Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies, Cor. Tenth and Comma re lal s treats.