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THE 1UILY AST0K1AN, WKDNKSDAY M0ttN.N0, MAY it lfoft.
HOWELL & INVITE Their Friends, Patrons, and the Public Generally, to call on them and inspect their - NEW 510 Astoria Electric Supply Co. Electric Light Plants Installed. Gas Engine Supplies. The W illard Storage Battery. HOUSE WIRE. NO Imurancr Inapectlon roaranteed. Repairing, and a tnll line of electrical good. 430 Commercial Street -HIGH GRADE - Ladies' Gents' i I 5-tvllah Oxford Tic. . TIM latert aim, la Ot- I blood aas Chocolate abaJw '97 5prlnf 5ty ks. Large AMorattt, Bicycle Shoes. 5- John Hahn & Co. Ar Wi 1 479 Commercial St. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Maximum temperature, i deg. Minimum temperature, 46 deg. Precipitation, none. Tout precipitation since September L 1S9S, to date. Si. 31 Inches. Excess of precipitation from Septem ber 1, 1S95. to date, 18.37 inches. TODAY'S WEATHER. Fair weather; warmer. AROUND TOWN. WEDNESDAY. Transmute into good the gold of gain. Bayard Taylor. The county court meets again today. See the Corner Grocery, 433 Duane street. Best cream In the city at the Web- toot See the Corner Grocery, 45 Puane tree. Mr. W. E. Joplln was down fiom Knappa yesterday. Pure ice cream and ice cream soda today at C. B. Smith s. A lot of choice picnic hams at 8c at the Pacillc Grocery Co. The Royal Arch Chapter held its reg ular met-ting la&t night. The Pioneer Society met yesterday and adjourned to June 3th. Born, to the wife of W. S. Kinney, at 10 a. m. yesterday, a son. Alex Gilbert went to his Olney ranch yesterday to do a little farming. Buy your sweet cream at the Bon bonnlere; it will not fall to whip. Pederson, the Webfoot artist, is r.inl: Ing a hit. His latest is a pood one. These are the days of ice crea,n and soda w ater, straw hats and sunshade. Burleigh's new bonnet was the sen sation of Commercial street yesterday. It is rumored that Decoration Iay will be elaborately celebrated In As toria. School Directors Toung and Thomp son yesterday visited a number of t!ie schools. When you are looking for low price? tn the grocery line call on the PaiiHc Grocery Co. New Bicycle Lecglnn arrived today. Columbia Stina Co. Of course we don't expect you to like Schillings Best Oolong if your usual tea is Japan. If you have made the mistake of getting the wrong flavor, go to the grocer, get your money back, and try the one you're u$d to. tiStfni a Conpur u WARD The Llvo Qrocem. STORE - & 512 Commercial Street, P. J. Meany, the leading merchant tailor, 13T Tenth St. The Mgrwwt prtoe paid for fur skins. The steamer Thompson made tho run yesterday in plaee ivf the Itter. which U laid up for repairs. M. P. Callendar, the Knappton mill manager, came down from IMrtland on the Thompson yesterday. Judge J. Q. A. Iwlby returned last night from St. Helena, where he spent the Jay on le,;jl business. Mr. Peter Cars: ens, the carpenter of the O. R. & N. yesterday on a short visit. bo8M fctllp- was do w n I'ntil further notiiv the carrier's win dow will be open from S:30 to 10 a. m. at the postofnc on Sunday. Do not forget the tea to be given at Mrs. E. C. Lewis's Thursday afternoon, by the ladies of Grace church Guild. Coin special brands of hams, bacon, lard and canned meats are the best In the market. Ask your grocer for them. Our headache tablets never fail ' to cure the most severe oases of headache Charles Rogers, Odd Fellows' building. It was reported that Prof. Keilogg's dog went nud yesterday. If true H will be the first case of the kind on the coast. The merchants ail reported a large business yesterday. Many strangers were In the city, act well as farmers an 1 l heir famUlee. Two little girls riding bicycles In front of the Occident lant evening had a collision and both uwk a header. No bonw were broken. When you are looking for fresh ber ries or anything in the way .if fruits or vegetables at th? very lowest price?, call on the Pacific Grocery Co, When going East travel on the North era Pacific Railway. Quick time and the anly line running dining cars. Train leave Portland daily at 11 o'clock a. m. R. N. Carnahan has resigned as treas urer of Alert Hook and Ladder Com pany, and Fred Saiz was elected to ii 1 1 the unexpired petition of his term. Your baby's photo free. Where Snudgram will make one. When? On Tuesday of each week. What age? Be tween three and fifteen months. Try him. W. W. Whipple will leave, cm this morning's boat for a short trip to Port land. and It is rumored that this time that wedding will come off sure enough. When you want a real life-like and artlfitic photo, don't fall to call on Snod grasg. The work be is turning out now Is ahead of anything ever made in As toria before. Mr. A. G. Barker, the Jolly general aire.u of the ChVago & Northwestern railway, is in the ctty, trying to coax the salmon to take a trip to Chicago over hia line. Arrived Mroe. Vasche, the celebrated paimist. Reads past, present and fu ture. Gives accurate advice In all af fairs of life. For a short time only, room 17, Hotel Tighe. Contractor II. B. Borthwick hac de livrwl another barge-load of 00-pound steel rails to the railroal company for Me track purposes, and for rcpairs on the Seashore division. Mr. and Mrs. S. Elmore and daughter, Elsie left on last evening's boat f'r Washington, D. C, to attend the com mencement exercises of the seminary where the Mies SuBie and Flora El- m jre are in attendance. Ross, Hlggins & Co. are still in busl- n-Hs at trie old (stand ana win give in g'xl value for the money as anyone. nirance to their store fnim east side while Ktree repairs are In progress. Andrew Bringdale, Suprenant's fore man, who is an expert caoinet-maKer, sterday put a new top on one of Har- riss bil ard tanies ana one cannoi t'-U It from a new one Just out of the hop, fc-trn Oliver and daughter, Woody Island; E. M. Gamage, South Bend; N. Gllmore, San Francisco, and Cap tain Peterson, of the Harvest Quce.i, were guests of the Parker House yes terday. Don't Injure your health by eating Cheap John candies made from terra alba and Obina, sugar, when you can get Burleigh the. Cash Grocer. Good Butter, 2 lb. roll, 25c Best "y "squares. 35c Flour, per sack, $1.00. C & B, quart bottles, Lucca Oil 65c. German Imported Castile Soap bars 35c. SHANAHAN BUILDING. Telephono -J ......vwwwxv the fittest of candle frvh every day made from the best of American suimr at C. H. Smith s. In putting to seu yesterday th schooner Kale and Anna unavoidably ran over a fishing net. ami it is report ed that a lawyer has already levi retained to libel the vessel when she returns here next year. American Bible Society Rep.sitory. IVbles and Testaments of all descrip tions, and in all languages desired. Sold at coat price. Suitable for dis tribution, presents, etc. Repository at Griffin & Reed's. Astoria The street sprinkler was expected yes terday by the tire department, but th.'y were disapiointed. as were the mer chants, who were comi'Ued to use wa tering pots to lay the dust l:i front of their placets of business. Olecon Itrs. yesterday finished grnd ing down tlteir hilLslde lotx In l'p;cr bn, and In doing the work threw the dirt by hydraulic power on t"i Dr. Raker's kt Just below and thus put all the Kits In tine condition. Rows, Hlggtns A Co. haw taken the agency for the famous "Corvallls" Hour. Three carloads arrived here t them yesterday and they will loom now cn furnish dealers with the same at mill prices in lots to suit. Tne promised bowling match between Madison and Beveridge will doubtless afford much amusement. If the prin cipals do not too long- otand on tei-h-nicalitk-s, as did Corhett and Fits, and It public lnterst die out cf Us own weight. The otTice of the Southern Pacific Railway Company will hereifter lie found at the Wells-Fargo Express of fice. Curtis Trenchar-I, agont, where tickets to all parts of the world can be had and ail Information for travelers obtained. The Fourth of July commltte- has rwt b?-n hear! fnm yet. but It Is understivjd that there will he a cele bration by the Chlnamon. at least. It is said there are ten-year-old childre.i m the city who don't know what the day means. W. F. Schelbe, the popular cigar man. ufacturer. Is now establixhed In his n-w 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. Gangs of men yesterday commenced work on the Manzanita and already all her decks are out and little but the hull Is left of what was once a good ship. Captain Randall Bays that who ever cre the lrcatlon of the new shipyards had a long head on him. Suit was commenced yesterday by G. Wingate, M. J. Badolli-t, Clara Fifcher, Angus Sutherland. C. A. Gear hart, Fannie McVUar, E. P. Parker, Sadie R. and Birdie F. SchluwH against the city, asking for an order restrain ing the ctty from -lllng their projierty for the Grand avenue street assess ment. Mr. Homer Frith, agent of the steamer Homer, wa in town yesterday and said that he proposed to have his steamer here every two weeks, any way, and if business picked up within the next few weeks he would put on another boat. He says his accommo dations are good for both passengers and frolg'ht. S. Scfhmidt, P. Carstens, B. W. Den nis, A. G. Barker, Walter J. Wilson, E. Clark Evans, W. H. Fredericks, Miss Stratton, Mrs. Parker, John Kder, Portland; F. J. Cal-f, Chicagi; J. O, Megler and wife, Urwiklleld (I. S Randeburfh, St. Louis; J. W. Hourrton, Ilwax; and A. J. Porter, Seattle, reg istered at the Occident yew-nlay. P Pimples, blotchy, blackhesrli, rt d, romfh.ofly, mothy fklri, itching, icaly ncalp, dry, thin, and falling balr, and buLy bl'mlhfc pr.-Tuotl by Cuticuba Hoap, Uie nioit effective tkib purify. Ing and bfaulifyiD soap In the world, a well w parvitaod aweetent for toilet, bath, andourtery. icura bKMthrsKluMitttivnrt4. Vrrm fl.wnC Oir., Sola rtogt., Soma. f Ho to BuUTj Urn Sklq.-ftw BLOOD HUMORS cl'ZZW&?o&. Mil The Rambler Is h hit of the Mth century. It has nny Imitator, but no equal. There Is no reason why you shouldn't Join the throng - I buy a Rambler. A wheel diienn't oi much In the end. KMy and convenient term can be made. V. K. Viwn,i, Agent, J4s CoiiinM'ivlal st.t,t. monx throughout the iIty k a most hopeful sign of the tlttM. ItuslneK was go.nl ye,tiMMny, MkIi iuv lx-glnnlig to run more plentifully, the in-lnxul w-rk is bilng vusIhhI. new lioumtt are being built, imtperty Is being improved nd dexrat!. the Oregon Is conUnt. aiKl so is the AHtorla mtlleulutii. At the meeting vteiMay of the As torta Hull ling aul Hn Ahx-UiIi-jv tlie following loard of directors s elected; J. w), A. Row thy. K. I. I'un bur, Thos. IWly. J. K. Hlgglns. W. f Lognn, 11. P. I'rael, I'l imk I'm ton, K. L, l'arkir, t S. Wright. A meeting of the hoail for the pur;Hs- of wgiuililng has been called for Fiidwy evening. Northern Pact lie milioud tinln leave IVttUuul daily at U o'clock in. f r Tacoma, SixkaiH, and the East. CUe ovuieoiiUvi made at S okano f .r Rons land, NelSKii, Samlow iuul RrltUti Co lumbia mining omul's. For maps and Information call cn or address C. W. STo.NE. Astoria. Or. Something new - a wonderful Ice ream freeaer. It fi-es sg difUient kinds of cn-ani a minute. The only n of the kind In Or. gmi. tall and sc.- It wrk today at the U''!f.'ot ( 'inmls- sUmi lluse. Kivvl Uos-vist.n k has tin-fn-iir, iuiI prop. to fn(roIUiv the cr'am to the plc of Astoria t .V p.r roll. A.-k your cinfvt..ncr (or MluuiM I iv Cream." For sale by all unfect loners and gn-rs. Yesterday Mr. M. J, Klnn.-y pres -nl. 1 t I!. l Ikiyle, the rustu-r. tuotMy.i;p hatiilsixne vkws of Astoria and sur rounding country to tv used by that gentleman In his tr'.pjt through the country. tld this Mr. Itoyle lias ordiTisl l'KI more views tn SmHlgriiHs a;nl will put them through the country whete they will do the most g'i. A little more of the S-a;tIe spirit would sooti lubrlinte the rusty wheels of pr re in Astoria until the bn would not know itself. Fishermen were much encouraged tenlay. Salmon commviio'J running better an! the cannetiit received t"n Uitftcad of x'Unds. One tivnn is reicTted o have turned In an SJ-jsund rtsh, anil Klnmy's ! fish wns brought In which weighed C pvunds, while there was a largo numter wiighlng from 40 o 43 pounds each. At New Astoria J'O :lslienno:i reported In dunni the day AMI Ihe low. -St man Ua. ) pmnds. and Ills catch was a single llsh. Manf large llsh were turnsl in. and all were of fim ipjMity. Nearly all th.- cat. he were nuule near the mouth of the rlv. t, where the mi s- tn to have the best, lUck this Seas'ill, Much amus'-m. tit was nff.ird.st a few privileged on s yestenluy nftenxMin by th' efforts of a Portland man to change four live dollar goei ament Ixuik notes, crisp ajid ftesh from the pr., luirl .Ul together In Hie uncut shx-t as Issued to the banks. Warty evernn' thought they were coun terf.it, or ai ndvertll:ig scheme, but fniie Sain nevr put out a h.indstiier note. Finally one g-ntle. man, who was from lUiston, and knew what the nob's were, oik them at a slight premium, Jut for a curiosity, and obtaitu-d a grout ib-nl vt fun out of them during the evening, lie could have made many bets as to their gen uineness. DOINGS AT NEW ASTORIA. There are no Idle m.-n in N toria. As F. M. Warrti has a receiving station and net racks at New Astoria wanace vv . nuo'i no nnisti. d a very neat orttage on Thlnl avenue. An air of stir and irrms.-rlty prevails in New Asloria and all Ls uctlvity Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Turk are beau tifying the grounds about thoir housir. Mtos May A brains, of Alier I in Wash., Is a guest at the New Astern hotel. Superintendent Lcstir Is putting th New Astoria railpmd station In more convi,ii-nt sliap-. Andrew And-rs-n hu finished his new house on l'aillc: avnue and Is improving his lot. The n-w order of (.'nlted Artisans hus Instituted a lodge tn New Astoria, with forty charter inemlsTS. T.. . t .. , . . . rici canson win nave his n-w reS".- dence on Third street ready for occu lotion aft'T th: lishlng B.-ason, Joseph Karavonan and Henri Ren:' Ikka are beautifying their housi and grounds the fever has caught. M. Anderson, of (Iray's River, has built a large house on Fifiirth avenue, and has moved his family over. Cary Sunell has flriLsiwd his new resi dence on Columbia avonue a. id has moved his family fiom Di-ep River, Warner Storms and Andrew Hanson are placing tnir pound nets on the stake In anticipation of a run of fish, .las. C'hrlstleri.-.-ii looks after M. J Kiu.tey s-large receiving station at New Astoria, and is kept busy by W boats. Mrs. Werner Storm has named her riot'd "Tin; New Astoria." The h'.us Is full and g.od che,.r h-am th.. weary traveler. ( oiu SnuKg mak. s New Astoria., his home this season, and appears as ac tivj as i.i the yiar lie won Kmney s gold watch for the high catoh on tile river. John McLaughlin, late of Iowa, .who rcjot.ntly completed a new residence, finding a scarcity of house, has rented a portion of his to Mr. Cnxford and family. Bill McKean Is figuring on a large street contract for M. J. Kinney, arid It will take him all summer to do the work. Warrenton Is the Best... Columbia Harbor Land Co. CORNER... BOND and ELEVENTH STS. Mavon application. Miss Cl.ua K.urd Is si-Midlng the spmig III Mticiamonto. un.l M ess is. l K. an I K. J. Ford are on a short Uu to oiympla. Gust Y I has partially c,.U.iet.s hU new houe. ju u ,Mw , It will not I, niilshed until aft..,. t, tlslung s.-oson ugust lj,m, Knigut , ,. . 17th of April, and l.v ...L .... and Su iduys has iMmpl.Hed n iioim- up.it It U4id has Just moved his family Into it. IVmtnu-tor Martlndale Is putting th . tlnlshlng touches on a neat nidnuv f .r Mra It. on Duseti. which will be n-nt.".! I.efoie the our.er has time lo tack s sign up. Mrs. Fiank Dals.rl.k ! doing h.r rt lo ImlLI ,. ,1W Astoria. lie,- urge hoarding house on I'noiilc avenue is always on lo the stronger, Im I. ell entertained. The Sl-hlkl'KT Pathtlndei, li.t.-l out ns i r'i.i'.ng station, has lroin.t nn. hor ,n ,w Astoria and win duntu uie . -a.ii nsvUe llsh and send ;li. in up to the unttry at Astoria. Tile Point A Inns Uf.. saving crew ''"J 'k tneir stall. si at the cet .... ... end of the Jetty during the lUlilit hours, rvsi.ly to take care of any boat n dltns. Tht-y are ui t.. dale. tr. AKrril Kinney is i-f on the street dally, happy and i out. nt.-l, and ' he Is oul 'Civ maklnir ments. The New Astoria Co. ottlie Is being talnt.-. and perhaps J.e will occupy It soon. Mrs. E. M. Ijilly tuts aguin enlarge ! her store and rinds It still cramped for room. She hus add-sl several new lln. s of stock. Next year she says she will have everything from a pin to a turn t, building departmvht. MUs Tywn. of Minnesota, Is lu-r assistant. J.J.n Laka. of Washington, hiu purchaseil from the h.ltnlr.lMruto. of tin- state of W. R. Smith, the r-l lele r i vt, O'lumbla avenue and has moved Ills famlty into their (i.v h .in. Ml.'s II ma I.uka Is ulivudy unite a le-il; In the village. Th gill net m.-il of New M,:torlaar not dlstiairagoo: ut lli rln k run of fish thus far. but oil the c r.trary feel that thre wli t. a rli harve.: for them this s-ason. They ar.i s'ri. ilv breaker flslsTnwn. It tnkn clever ll- ors and brave mnn to bi-eas, the vavs and SI. this at tlw mouth of the rlv. and It tak.n New Astoria t.i n to ri It. An isirly and continuous fn'lct ni.sins tliitt salmon will hvi r an.iind tlu breakers at the mouth 'f the river nil the season, and knowing this mak'S thte lys happy. Astoria will cer tainly g"t the cream of the llsh this season. MARINE NEWS. i II HIM WATKK. , UlV WATKK. 'a:m. I . h7 h in ft h in It. DATE. J a. M. i I. M. h.in ft Jh.m ft Tuesday..! 1 1 "s'itT's i MJ 3 Weilimrl y I.' o;ii(Ipi u 7 ii Ttiiirsilay i.i Hi n1 I In .is .1 rrl.luv. Ill , II ,-js7 Hnturdsy 1 1 I.' 21 " A' hiinilay .. In nil, tfu ll.'.Tt Monilay. IlT 0 4s p 2iW 4 il In 1 11 4 III I) B .Hid 4 ! 1 A V l i (I I'.' I 7 ii t it 1 4! I) .'. loiin ne o si A ,M I I 3 m I :i THE STAGE OF WATER. t i Bt ? - HTATION. a. i-2 i 3 - I'ortiiiii.lTtir The Imllca, Or l u u ,'l .'tl I IIOi In . . 'loinly rlntr eleiir I inHtlllii, or l ji .4 N.irthportVc nh II V 0 i; WeiiHlehisr Wall H' I I I.cwInUmi, l.iuho : r I ii Welser, iilaho.,.1 V !, 0 ' Ul I M l. i.r isiri clou. I wrni eteiir cihii Wi rlenr HIIII Thi Columbine got out yesterday morning for Tillarivok Ibs k. The Alice Hlanoluird cleared yester day for San Francisco with a general cargo and lumlx-r from Portland and Astoria. The steamer Homer cleured yest.T day with a general cargo ajid lumber and box shook from Astoria for San Franclsc), and will sail this morning, returning again next Wednesday. The I'.rltlhii bark Auldglrth, Captain A. McCounell, arrives) down yesterday and cleared for the; I'nlted Kingdom for orders with a cargo of 42,74,1 bags, or 4,trj nusiteis of .wheat, vulued at J72.000. Tho tug Ri-llef laid up yesterday, blew down boilers, and the crew com ni'iioed tho work of repnlntlng and thoroughly cleaning up ithe vessel. The j;seort was put In s'TVln- until the Re lief Is ready for service again Thurs- lay. The pew twin-screw express steamer Kaiser Wilhelm dr 'Jivse, sister sl.lp of the Frlndrloh der Orossc, of the North fi.Trnan Lloyd line,' was launch ed at Stettin, Germany, on May 1. In the pres.-nce f Kiiiihtot Wlllliun. The KaUo.-r Wilhiirn ibr Gisjyse Is the larg est st'-amer afloat. She Is of 2H.WK) hors. power will nury 20.000 to;, of argo and 1,.VI0 passengers, Is 64:i f et long, and has four funnels. She has t'0 engines, with quadruple cylinders, occupying sv-parate oompartments and working Irulejiendently of each other. She will sail for New York on Septem ber 14. THE CENTER ON THE Everybody knows that Warrenton values will soon b& 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? MEN WANTED. Kallroad linii.U wantetl for liniiu'dlst work on track. Apply at rom 4. l-lavel "lock. A. C. R. It, R. Foil SALE I'ol; SALE - llormi' I'd ic Jul arrived with tine large Itorses, fu'in lle.1 to I -..hi Miunds. All well lir.'keii and for in!.' cheap, W. It. lVpplnttell, IV o. hox M1, Portland. Oregon. FOR Sl.i;--A J. H. Mundy lniprve1 friction drum hoisting engine, Klas of Isillcr, 7xi' f.-et; cylinder. 7x11 Inclnta A tlntl'da) engine, nluiost as g od a now. Addi.a "A." Astoilan olll.a fOH RENT. Fol KENT -Furnished rooms, sm suite or slnglp, by the day or mouth ' Hotel 'I I klie, under entire now inanag. in. .iit (Jii-at reduction In rates. Mis ! U. V, lNrter. uiajiagor. t' r. Elevonih I an.) Franklin. I Piano for Kent - liiipilre at Grlhin A t ! "'ssl's. lA 1ST. U.ST -n CoinmeMal atn-ot, m t.v:i nth an ) 12 th. a boll.-s gold watch and chain Initials K ('. engiavn.1 on; case Ftrnl.T will retvlv. f 10 tewnrl' by n-ttirntiig to 111 Exchange st. ROFEMflliNAU CAltlM II. A. SMITH. -ia DENTIST. Rooms 1 and S. Pythian Building, ovst C. II. Cooper's stors. Dlt O. H. KHTKfl. PIIYBICIAN AND fll'ltr.EON. Special at:ntlim to dlsoase of worct nd iiirgsry. ' ovir Dantlfsft .tore. Aatorta Tnlephon. No. U. I DR. JAY tcitLI:. PHYSICIAN AND 8U 1(0 CON Oftlce, rooms & and . Pythian bulld Mm Commercial Bt, Rraldence ams TeH-phons tt. Acting assistant surgeon V. 8. Ma rine hospital service. H. T. CltOHHT. ATTOIINET-AT-LAW. 44 Commsrctal straot. J. Q. A. IIOWLHT. ATTOUNEY AND COUNBELOH AT LAW. Offlc. on Ilond atrsat, Astoria, Or. JOHN T. LIOIITEH. ATTORNET-AT-LAW, Offlca, upatalrs. Aatortan Duildlng. J. N. Dolph. Richard Nliaa Chaatar V. Dolph. DOLPH, NIXON DOLPH. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Portland. Oregon, 14. B, M and 17, Hamilton Hullillng. All lagaj and ool I action bualn 'as promptly sttandad to. Claims against th govarnment a sps llaity. SOCIETY MEETINOfl. TEMPLE LODOE NO. 7, A. F. and A M. Regular communleatlona hold on the first and third Tuaaday avenlng ot aach month. O. W. LOITNBnEftRT. W. II. E. C. HOLDEN, Bocretary. SEASIDE SAWMILL. A complete stock of lumber on hand In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rua tlc, celling and all kbpda of finish; mold ings and shingles. Terms rsasonabl. and prices at bedrock. All orders promptly attended to. Office and yard at mill. II F L LOOAN, Seaside, Oregon. Proprietor. Cedar Shingles SEASIDE LUMBER YARU. OFFICE 856 COMMERCIAL ST. ASTORIA IKON WORKS Front St., foot of 4th, Astoria, General Macninists and Boiler Makesr Lantf and Mar Englnta. Bolltr work, Suaa feoat and Canntry Work a Spactalty. Caitlng, of All D'acrlpllnna Mada to Ord.r ( Miorl Notlca. John Fox... .President and Riipeiintsndnni A L. Fox Vic Prealdi nl O. B. Prael Socratary Astoria Savings Bank Treasurer Soap Foam Washing Powder I s QUEEN OF KITCHEN AND LAUNDRY Pure White, It Will Not Make the ClothcM Yellow, nor Injure the Finest Lace f OF DEVELOPMENT WEST SIDE GRAMMS & CO. '! Groceries, Feed, i Provisions, Crockery I and Glassware, i MOI.ICtmAI I'OKCAHII or. 15th A CommercUr. Gambrinus IMIMMlta A sy 'rt al th CUV. Bottled Beer. iiocii g (ui.t.ivr ri:. Auim. Illh as lloml Mlrvdla. jC. P. KJAERBYE, M.A.,M.Da j PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Graduated from Copanhagna; CTtdViO 'sity. I lUeses of wonieii spetrfajty. Nn t.Ml Commercial alreot, ShaiiahaSi I butldliig. ! Hours, 10 to i: a in , 2 to 4 and T to ! P- ni. j. b. vvYArr, I'aoa No, a Atiwta. Oraga , I Inrdwnre, ShlpClmiullery, (irtcerleH, IV()vlHlt)IlH, I'AINTH atnrl OII.M. dstclal All.all.a Pala t SarHoaf a.ls .SNAP A KODAK. at any niao comma out ot our atora and you'll art a portrait el A man irltnmlu, oTsr Willi pieaMiit liiounUa. Hiich cinaulty 111 III" mus hav looffrtarsvufugb It,. I'lraaa any uiaa. COMK AND THY TIIKIVT IIUOMES & CO. l7i iHot Fisher Brothers, Lubricating OILS A Specialty ! Sell ASTOHIA Ship Chandlery, Hardware, Iron A Stel, Coal. Groceries A Provieiona. Flour A Mill Feed, Paints, Oils, Varniehe, Ixoggers Supplies, Fairhank's Scales, Doors A Windows, Agricultural Implement Wagons A Vehicles. Emil Schacht ARGHITECT Rooms 317-318 Portland Savings Bank Bldg. Portland, Oregon. "The Louvre" ASTORIA'S COHOEOtS ENTERTAINMENT HALL 8 IXOOKN tins Muslo. (lamsa of All Kinds. Two Magnlllesnt liar a. CVCKYTMING riKST-CLS3 Good Order and Everybody's Rights HTIltCTI.V OHNKItVKI). Japanese Goods Orieritol Curioa Noveltle WING LEE. 543 Commercial St. ASTORIA PUBLIC, LIBRARY READINO ROOM FRBB TO ALL. Open miry day frsra I .'oloek U l:H and t .K to 1:10 p. m. , 1 Bubscrlptlon rata II sr annum. S.W. COR. ELBVENTH DUANE STB. A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruiti . Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Tenth and Commarolal I treats.