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HOWELL & INVITE Their Friends, Patrons, and the Public Generally, to call on them and Inspect their - NEW The HIGH GRADE- Ladies' I .Mvllth Oiterd TW. J Tee latest . Is Of. I blood oa Chocotal o" 97 5pring 5t) lefc Large AMorwcot. uenib 1 Bicycle Shoe. 5- John Halm & Co. An WerrsatH 479 Commercial St. On and after June 1st KNAPPTON S Dry Fir Wood Cat Length in any DELIVERED - - - -$2.50 Uncut on the Dock - $2-00 A cord of wood requiring four horses to deliver, Fiftv Cents Extra. Telephone or Inquire of TRY OUR Q CENT - Black Hosiery - For Boys and Girls ALBERT DUNBAR. TESTER-DAY'S WEATHER. Maximum temperature, 7t Minimum temperature, 02 deg. ' Precipitation, is Inch. YreClltnl,on from !e--.smber I, Vifi, to date, S5.M lnTf Excs of preclplta :m S-'temlr 1, 1836, to date, 16.01 inches'. " i TODAY'S WEATHER. Fair weather; warmer; northerly wlnl AROUND TOWN. TUESPAV, Now Is the high tide of the year, And whatever of life has ebbed away, Comes flooding back wiih u rappling , cheer Int6 every bare inlet, and creek and bay. Mr. Dillon was day. - - Fnm Sir I.aunfal. up cvri S-ra&ide yeHttr- Plano for Reed's. rent Apply at Griffin & Moonlight excursion, children, 15c. Round trip. At Nuhcolta, Sunday, the Long Bench and Nahcotta football elul played a match game, the latter winning by a i your Sc'ni''s ficti i:a tickets and see if you ca;i't win one ol those $ico prizes you know you can use those same tickets in conineting for the $1000 prize. But if you want the $ioc prize you must send in your tickets by June 15th give you more time for the big prize. Rules of contest are published in our large advertisement about the first and middle o: each month. A3 Spa Slore lis Co WARD Tlio L,1ve Groccra, STORE - 510 & 512 Commercial Street, Will receive Chocolates every two weeks from the Walter M. I.owney Co. First installment to-lav. I scorv of : to 1. A Urge crowd -vl'.norse-l . the game. JCr. M. M. Walker visit M Long teach inJuy. Soe Rom. l1" goods for cash. Co. "J offer to sell Fine musle on the moonlight f "ursion Thursday night. Poe Hlv Sjvct.il waists latest style. Sale Ladles' shirt Ludwlg pianos : eleimnt. Allen Co.. 4H Pond street. The Wiley B. A. P. Colby, of PortHi.l. spent yester day with his Astoria friends. Beautiful Harrington plnnos. The ley B. Allen Co.. 471 Bond street. W1- The foundations for the new railroad i switch to Kopp's brewery have been lalj. ' Pianos at your own price on easy terms; one week only. The Wiley B. Allen Co. Rrot run nf nff tn trnra At thA Model Restaurant, 4J Commercial street. JTew Bleyete Lectins arrired tmtay. i Colombia Shoe Co. ! Buy your sweet cream at the Bon- bonniere; It will not fall to whip. For roofting and skylights ?o to the Astoria Roofing and Cornice Co.. :rt Ninth street. M. Foard and Chris. Everam will leave j this morninfj for a short vaiiatlon In the Nehalem. P. J. Meany. the leading merchant tailor, 137 Tenth St The highest price paid for fur skins. Tillamook creamery butter is the be;-t made in Oregon. Received fresh every week. Ask your grocer for it At Xo. and his s a meeting of Columbia Knxlne t?o., 1, Foreman John S.'lnn resinned F. Ii. Ijeinenweber as elected In tead. Among the pas-imers for Portland last night on the Potter were H. Wise, Auditor F. D. Ku?"tner and wife, and It. B. Borthwick. The ballasting of !h Seasnore Division ' of the A. & C. R. R. R. Is about finished and the men have commtneed building the fences along tha line. A. P. Bradbury, the man who knows about crackers, says his factory is again making the best All damage d.irc by the big fire has be.-n repaired. The contractors commence! driving pil.n on Bond street yesterday, at the comer of Eleventh. It v.ill not take re .ny day to complete the worK. Cottagers are arriving at Long and Seaview, and -x numlier of families have already taken up their cummer retii'lence at those, b'.-autlfiil resorts. The iuiiis Cuil.l of jrn' church will have a ' My.-t..ry T-a" at '.lie house of Mrs. W. T. Chof.er, .eiteenth St., on Wedges-lay, June jrh, 'i'rom 2 to 5. Now Is the time for cockroaches to begin to be trfMil.'-some. Our Electric Paste will 3riv them all out of your house, charb Rogers, Odd Fellows' building. When you want a real Ufe-llke and artistic photo, don't fall to call on Snod graiis. The work he Is turning out now 1 ahead of anything ever made in As toria before. Do You V.'ar.t 'tuiek, iis we v. II! I'ritll that time reasotmble ..c... f'o., 471 IJon-i .-tr a Plfino? If so, eorcie moe on about June 15. w.; will not refuse any Tlie Wiby R- Allen Dan yett' still riy.-r.-jti wa in from the Wnlluki nb.y. J. .-aid th it ill-! rwils are rout h In pla's. 'rops are In good htijs made ami with many xperimenis -ire l.ejog i.-ts -ind Il.ix. Albert P.iin.J:n, Fort Stevens; Ii. Ste phens, Stephen Hrennan, Vine Maple: J. II. Turner, .South Iiend; Samuel Have ners, Portlond; A. Levi, San Francisco, were at th- l';,rker II eise yesterday It was reported la.st night that James lleeiian's son, I;u.l, while out on the river fishing, was knocked oveiboar l and drowned. The acciiJent occurred off Hume'ii station. The , detaili were not known. Grand Lecturer F. K. Falkenburg, of the order of the Woodmen of the Worll, held a large audience entranced f r two hours at Fisher's opera house lat night He Is an eloquent speaker, and tnorough- Burleigh the Cash Grocer 85 Cents 50 Cigars. : Cents 1 Hi Real lu-11 Tolaco. W Cents 1 lb Seal North Carolina. (M Cents Quart C. 15. I tu i a Oil. S. Cents Climax Coftcc. SHANAHAN BUILDING. Telephone U -AXVX.fcV ly ludieves In woodcraft. After tho puP tic meeting n Uuwurt wax served tn the lodge robins and 11 dune Uvk plaoo li Fisticf hall. Captain F.. B. Young's bay. Parker spent Sunday hi A bargain tn Wilson strawberries today at C. a. Smith's. C. B. Smith sells pure cream; no orn staroh or gelatine used. risoher plano: durat.lt.. The Wiley n. flln Co.. 4H lioml strtvt, I The moontU'ht excursion will tie th? J popular outintt of this week. HaMman pianos. mat-h. s. The Wiley P. Allen Co.. 171 Bond street. The Portland, at I.orif Beuoh. will open with a bull tomorrow evening. Mr. J. A. Wad lie. thj jolly travelliiK man. of Portlund. l In the city. i The roard A Stokes Co. have con- stantlv in stoek a supply of the finest Ire. whlrh they are prepared, to fumliti consumer.. j D. 8. Cowglll. of Spokane, who has j been visiting In the city, returned home, I last evening. Mr. ami Mrs Douglass will be pleas. d to see all their friends on Thursday even ing at the buoy station. Captain Rehfleld says he will guarantee a safe und pleasant trip to the buoy sta tion on Thursday evening. A large party of bliy.ilsts ro.le down the beach from Flav ! to li"-.rhart Sun day, and returned before a fair wind. 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. Sarah Coffey, ag.-d ,CJ yean, died at Bear crK-k. vest, rday morning, from congestion of the stomach. The fun'Tal will take place at o'clock this morning from the residence. It has been decld 1 by the rnllro.nl company to not build the new ib-;ot at Seaside for the present, as It seems to be Impossible to get sulthient room th.it on which to erect the bu;Uing. Ross, Higglns & Co. are still In bunl-, ness at the old stand and will give as good value for the money as anyone. Entrance to their store from east side while street repairs are in progress. The P'ourth of July General Arrange ment Committee will ruee; tonight .'.nd reoests all sub-commlttw-s to bo on hand with their reports anl any Boeclal fta tureii of the program to be Included In the posters. Doctors Beckman and J. A. Fulton went to Portland last night f atb-nd the annual meeting of the Stat? Medical Society, Doctor Fulton will reid a pn- Tiifi VERf Latest song. With compliments to Ferris Hartmen, cornelian of the Tivoll, at San Fran cisco. That golf and lowing is the thing You'll hear most people say. That's the latest The very latest For exercise It Is the thing. If makes you cheerful and you sing. It's the iuunt The very latest. No more the men can stay out iatr ; Their wives can lowl as well In fact, Kome ladies beat the men. That makes them miy Oh WELL! That's the lal -st The very latent. That money make the rnare go You've often heard Is fore. It's the latest The very latest. But sometimes you are puzzled Which Is the greatest store That keeps th? latest The very latest. If you want clothes that please the eyes There Is but one In town: It Is the store of Herman Wise, Where prices ere way down. This is the latest The very latest. HERMAN WISE, The Reliable Clothier per ivn ll diiotiiilnil if women, liking the griuim! til, U they gel l t much incl- leal attendance iiti-l not i no mil ot no tun, I. IWnliioti aid luiiulv, iis-.'! liln ; gvr and Ca.laln John item's went t laar crock Sunday to No,.;1 1 " ,v ship, miikliiK tnv rim In hour, iliev lining hi hack eight or I n tocit line trout. In the j'olUv conn .!.::. 1. I'nd Long forfeited ..' for !vi a.; -Ii ona an.l I. lilt,- lllll . for ,ih,ii-,.-iI ..iil.i.l fa.il I'.whlo was hi-... I M" for '""I .ii'iit'H aii.l disorderly an.l Mi l.' l. i ..'.:ioii ?. i.'i la-lug drunk. Boss, 1 1 1 k t it h t'o. hove taken tli. agviiov far lh.' famous 'Vori allls ' tiour. Tiuv, oAii xt.u mnv.-.i heiv r r thorn yrwterdity and they w.ll l.vm' now on furnish dealer with the sunt At mill prUs- In lot to suit. At Carlnn' l'anulv l.l.iuor Stoiv, . ,v Tttlftli stnvt. wl'.l ! fouti.l I'o I.U.tki Kraili'H of wiiir;. an. I l.ian.il. itfi'hiiit. j sheiry, 1 lart'l. poll, illKi li. 1. T..k:i. of the t'. l ta'.l- in N. ill" i l.l.liioi-i of nil ciail.s at lowest SaiUi'iro. In i.uk. At the meelliK .f .1 M.n a -i . i i . "r i ;.uu r '..rvlv U 'I'e- fl llli'll. e . f I'... -K -. it r Of ' I'll- the following ol!l.-. r eheni. t'has. M.ith n Jo.h. 1 1 nt .-M n.o ti Jr . re lie; I'tvph. t. .l S Kivords. J W 1 1 1 Li tn-. pum, J. u. tii.s. Saiutvluy eM-iiliirf Ml tur.ill.i ll.iMiie--t of the I'-iri man, il.i lit. r of mt-i.. 1.111.1, st L-uitt 1 . i. h. fU li i i.-.l h. r ..illy V-o - -M I'.i.n Iiu 1 ontini e-1 in "I' "" .i'l er blnhdaj by ittvliijt a ouples were r.nt. to a late hour, nn.l : l-n.lisl the fesilltle Sunday a isuni'vr of m who tier. seining on the winds .- ir -he leity found a net. and wrapPiM In It the kn v ( -i isnvn lUhlnu Uvit. t'n l itt .!! the wre.-k.iue was the pr-;-."v '' ' ,,; the tNherni.-fi who u.r. ni . i Uf I'' -1 Irl iu,i the bn-akers a few days While .fr. K. A. l-'lher mm In lh bowlln alley Sat unlay nltfht none oim stole In Meycle and rode It nn.iy. '1'". wheel was found yen. rliy by .)ino bn; under a house. The hot wer lion. ' etlOUKh to iviuni w hen r.v'Hjvivl Mr. n i no tu red. It o the .iw-ne.f, Vul rim.-r iouii l t,,. tr, Mr. BriKi'ks Trewtt, of purtl.iinl. who has a ranch and s-i:r.:n. r -oi;i;.- on Ilin I'row cr.-ek. fin the N rth Sh..i.-. tit Ills Wife -low i tl'.c nthT ill to :."! the hoUS," for the Se.-l-.otl. she found that the pi Wh-n . .- h id 1 urn I n I ... I all led. Kvciy dish, pi. Uil.llng tin. I be f furniture . stol.-n J. A. Wa.l.ll thlot. .Maurice i:. A. S-e'iy. t wife, Portland: A. I: ol'.y. Me K i nn. .1 mi IV Smith. J I Arthur J II. i in M.i- Ill-lop. -r at..l ton. 17 l. S ymour, San Kr.ui.'tsi Oregon City; Mrs. W. . son. Fort I 'mil. v; A A S F. A. Falkenburg iti-1 lf KlleStS Of th" 'Ci -.. 'It . V I-!. I '..tie. I. Kobl.ie atli ll !. ... -, I 'ell V.T, -re l.-.-.la . A new river servl.'e has b-en Inaugu rated between Astoria and It .lnler, ore con. Including nil Intertu -dlate l.nuMi.gs. The tine steamer "Pilgrim," ("apialn A. L. Brnxee. will make r-nm.1 (rips . I. illy, except Siim'ay, .-ai'nr fnlnt- r at TO.' a. m., reaching Astoria at H:S'. I. unpeg at the Fourteenth street wharf, aid de parting on her r.-turn at l:S). IT-mpt time and the N'st servl-e Is guaranteed for tioth passengers an.l fr.-lght. Northern Pacific railroad trains leat Portland daily at 11 o'clock a tn. f r Tacoma, Spokam.-, and the K.-ist. Cl.-s connection made at 8 oiiarw f..r Boss land, N'els.n, Sandow and British r.i. lumbla mining camps. For mut i and Information call on or addrens C. W. ST Nf-:, Astoria, Or. There Is a w. small boy living on up per Commercial stri"-t, ln)u main r.rs lnesH In life seems i i. ;o t ike e.ire of two large gray gee., wl.leh are as till as himself. The ...... know their little m;ist..-r and ols-y lil.i ..vuiuion l-Whi-n he takes them out 'o graze The boy Is always smiling and aiu iji has a pleasant word for 'he passerby. This, perhaps. Is the secret of his sucee-H wm, the big oirrls. The British born resi l -ui, , Astoria met at the nfllce of ,yf -, finrry last evening .A (in(J ,jt ,,.,,. Irlg Hi" irWo:-.sl cel -oratlon on the oern slon nf ij'ueen Viet .ria's diamond ul II-. Th-i-;.. were about twenty pre-.-ru, an.l it Was il'-cliei to !ic( ,.,t :he pr ip-iMiori hjbmltted by Manag-r ln-k.-, of tie Hotel Flavel, conditioned that the h;' naturiB of a majority of the British-horn residents of the i.lty can he ol.tiln. .1. A eornmlttf-c was app iliv .1 to inter. I. iv thoso Astorlans who firm caw the iht of day on British soil, ani learn how many desire to be present m it,.. i,:in. uuet. The Seashore Railroad t'ompany will run a speelal train to I'lavel on the evening of the e.-l-.bratlon. re'iirn Ing to the city at 2 a. m. Th'- iriiill.ig adjoiirniil until Satiirilay evening nt o'clock at the nllleo of Mr. I'hi-rrv. Special Cash From now on extraordinary TO CASH PURCHASERS The list of articles which come under this head is too long: to publish, but a trial order will show that we mean business . . . Ross, Warrenton Is Columbia Harbor Land Co. CORNLK... BOND and ELEVENTH STS. Ma. on application. I W. F. SCHEIBE, A lull line ol Pipe. T. bsiVo. anj mukts' A'lltlcs. -17-1 Comilicri.lnl f., M'i ItlN .IP Fi.-tll. I'.utiliii; liit.i 'he llivir Now In 'irge N'uiii! . The stead) lti.-r.-ase of t! Mt ek eilltnltl it. d y ..I l-tlllle run of the f.llt 'St. luring t).r i.-rday In an . in. t .-hltu ok nine. hi that one o( lie's plunger" ...ii i ft Astoria in i long It w.i r ported iait ul t!.- Eureka atitl Epl. t.roiight In II t. !i.. while la.il l itulay th--illle li.il lad but three t-llll Out o. this lot '.! tl-b Were A-lk-.l.-l ft It 1 Were f,e:tl. to ,ler IKe 3"'. I-.' ,."i'l l Is i il. h Or. ..f l-"ftiore"s plungers ti.id .) tons; ou of ItiMiih" tie t-.tis, and one of -.h- n.. ois-ratHe cannery's plungers l"oiikiit im ;i t..tM. that Itistttiltloti loiUng lw lmn tlslung for It. I wa-t .il... r. tM.rt- d thst t.t o-op. r i tli.- e.itinery lias sold 'o ir caraet.U -1' i -p. at-. I It in. I tails at 'aV per o3.--i, and t !; -.-r :-.-rit oiniaii o m I l.elII-111. Kinney's h riliull W a- Thursday, the rlie:, kern nguii. w is r. -1 fr'on tti- 'ir. '.il. iu',:nir at th.- -n S.iti.r.lay, Kot Into the and had tn cut away tiirti -If and Ui.it. Y-. "I ! b I 'in n 't t-j . -t-rl.i.' !t . . .ir Ills fortune -.1 tlltS S" IMOII. ll'tid out with new g s.-, ins to ! eri.-s-gr iltl ADVERTISED LETTERS. The following unclaimed letters were ndveitised at the Astoria pontorp.ee on 1 VI ..If. 1'. J. yulrk. T. U I.a.i.-ka, ''has Juiinson, E. I'll. ri n. I'et. r John. Ellis Hub -bins. T. II. Kinney, Emlle Hall, J. It. . For.-lgn. .... . r tMseii, 1 1, A. Persons calling for any of the abova letters will please say "advertised." Jan.- ;, l'7. Adlltlonal postage of one cent for each .-tter advertised s chnrjed, HERMAN' WISE. P. M. MABItlED. At 'ira e ihur.ii thU ciy, Monday iiftet-iiis.n, Jnnfi 7th. by the itev. Wm. Seymour Short, rector. Miss Mary E. '.marls to Mr. Joseph R. llurlie, both of Catlilnnn t, Washington. V.) BEWABD. Will be paid hy the libilerslgn. r. i overy of the body of Isaac. d for th Ilimtr, who was drowned May II, l-'jT. . ALEf'K HOLM AN, I I'lnan.ial Seeretnry Finnish in ot'ierhoisl. j CHIEF OF POLIi'E FIRED. Port hi nil. fir., June ".-The board of lioll.-,. i-oinmlsslnners trslay reinovisl the chief of police, John Myers, and ap pointed In bis stead P. J. Barry, one of llo poll, i, captalnr. It is said Myers was not In harmony with Mayor peiinnyer. Sale - - we will give inducements Higgins & Co. the Best., THE CENTER ON THE Everybody knows that Warrenton values will soon tt doubled. It Is distinctly the best property on the market. Fine large level lois, surrounded by many improvements, at very low prices. Is Ii not a fine investment? RED JVIEffS EXCURSION , Tt . Seaside, -Sunday, -July -4th CIVEN BY CONCOMIiY TRIBE NO. 7 The Ail.. rut Military Hmi.l Mltollllllllt'C. will le in Koand Trip Tickets, . . $1,00 t'lllldli li Ix ltteell lljji-s uf 12 ni ') er, ii.i.r r. hi-: There will ln iilenty t y.nnl hhii( m tlie iroi;niiii. M.iiiii tin. Ixrcr nttil lctiler lt s FINE CIGARS! Corner Grocery 455 DUANE STREET. S.ii k I lutir, i5 i cuts Ii s.tt.irc llutttT, ;5 rents. 5,0 lls I'rtiiifs. ,i oo. 4 i .uii ('urn, .'5 i t-iitv. 4 cans Tniuaiors, 35 cftits. Arlmi klc's ( 'nftcc, I . (tills. Lynn's ('offer, iji; i-tits. RAINIER TO ASTORIA And Kcturn in One Day, Steamer Pilgrim, A. L. BBA.EK, Master. Will leave llnlnler dally, ctept Sundny. I m u;.ju a. in., loucning at iji mi, yny. I gcr. Stella, Oak Point. Eagle Cliff, Knuppu, Clifton, Wi-stport, And other landings, arriving at llth street wharf. Astoria, nt 10 n. Ill, Leave Astoria at 1:30 p. m. calling at way landings on return. Fast tlmo nnd tnttlsfactory service giuiratiteed. GRAMMS & CO. Groceries, Feed, Provisions, Crockery and Glassware, HOLDCIIIUP FOUCAHII or, 15th i Commercial. A. V. AUMCN, DEALEK IN Groceries Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor, Tenth and Commercial streets HOP LEE CO. CLOTHING, Merchant Tailors. I'liderel'illilng tiiftile to or !'. Hulls slid tniimnrs Innile n pnrieei III, Kvery order pimetii ally on tun" i-utMncllon giinraiilee.l. Cheaper limn Any Other I'liice In tlic City. 0."tH IJominrrelnl Hlreet. MKN WANTED. Railroad hands wanted for Immediate work on track. Apply at roim 4, Flavel block. A. & C. H, It. It. Japanese Goods Oriental Curioa Noveltle WING LEE, 543 Commercial St f OF DEVELOPMENT WEST SIDE WANTKD. WANTED A go.hl mil. for velirritt , Iioiih, . ,k Addir ('. Atoilali urtieo, I Ft 'It HA LK. I Felt HAI.K-A J. 8. Mundy InipravM Jfilulluii ilnim hoisting rniilue, Hl f ; boiler. Tx.W feet; cylinder. TU Isobsss, A (lrul-cliiaa engine, alinont as good ts j now. Ailtli iws) "A," Astoiion uttlc. FuH MB NT. I 'oil HE NT. To riM.iiia funilied (a luht lions, in epliiK, no r 1V1 ''oiniiu r.inl -ir-.t Ii: h r in. .nili .tutmli t..iu l and lllli ..Inn lit I'o. Fi'U BENT- Furnished numa. . mile or single, by tha day r nionttv. Ilote) Tlghe, under sntlro new nwuiaxt- imuit ilii-at nsluctum in rates. Mrin G. V. ISuter, iiinnaeer. C.-r. KUvenLH and Franklin. Foil BENT heverwl well furnUhotft roiiius for (eiitletiieii theap at vorrt of Dii.in.i und Si'vnmh girmts No. lt 'Velrl t'OH HI". NT Two upstair" rooms st Ml l.eoiiili ii,et, N. . .ounr llarrisoit aieiiiie Impilm on preml l-'OIl ttKNT-The tr now oeeuple by thn I'allforulit testnurwnt. (71 Cum ito-rciul trfnt J It Mtiill Itif.VU I'ot'Mi otw-Kalf n.t and lines, plrkstl up at buoy Nu. IX ownw can have nm on proving uwnurWUD arwl paying all -(clues aiMi mIvo. Apply at tlmore's . .tiuw.ry. Fut'ND Adrift, nr Toiiguo IMot a I'oluinU.i rlvrr Psblng host, psititeil gray uutolde and yellow Inside. Owner ciut h.ne same by applying 1st John Smith, on linrr Knarf inland, proving property and ls)Ing charges. PltOFEHSION AL, CAKDlL U. A. HMITII flLViM-fi J J f " R.Hims 1 and 3, Pytblua tlulldlos. uvei C. II. t'ooper's store. Dlt O. l. EHTEH. I'll YHK'I AN AND Kt'ltGKON. Hpeclal attention to dlMaaea of womet and surgery, ortlce over Dani'gers store. Astoria. Tulephono No. U. Dlt JAY Tt'TTLl.'. PHYSICIAN AND HCItUEO.V omi, nmnis S and . PyUiUn builds;. MP t'oimnrnial 8t, Iteeldence same. Telephone X. Ac-tin. assistant surgeon If. fl. Ma rine hospital service. 1. U. A. BOWLHT. ATTOIINET AND COl'NBELOR AT LAW. OfTIre on Bond street Astoria, Or. H. T. CrtOHIiT, ATTOIINET-AT-LAW. Ms Commerrlftl street JOHN T. LKHITEIt " " ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW, Ofncs, upstairs, Astnrlsn Buildlnr. C. C. IlIlOWKIt. ATToitNEY AT LAW, (iunil-rsoii Building. Astoria, Oregon, J. N. Dolph. Blcbard Nlsee. Chester V. Dolph. DOLPII, NIXON A DOLPH. ATTOIINEYH AT LAW, Portland, Oregon, it. , M and tt, Hamilton Building. All legal and col lection busln e promptly attended to. Claims agslnst the government a spe ialty. HOCIBTY MEETINOB. TEMPLE LODOH NO. 7, A. F. anel A. M. Hegulor communications held aa the first and third Tuesday evening or each mouth. O. W. LOITNHBKHIIT. W. 1L E. C. HOLDEN, Secretary. I7 i8gj. Lubricating A Specialty. ! Brothers, I Sell ASTORA, l Ship Chandlery, I lard ware, Tron it Stool, Coal. ( irocorieH it Provisions, Flour, t Mill Fentl, Paints, Oils, Varnislioa, Loggers Supplies, Fairbanks Scales, DoorH it Windows, Agricultural Implements Wagons t Vehicle?. OABTOIIIA. Tu fl iBllt lies llfWSK, N