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TUB ''DAILY ASTOitlAN. FIJI DAY MOKNIV,, AKilST . II7.
i A , Am ... -V v 1 V'i -Li '-Si V StlitS to order, from 12.50 op PantS to order, from $3.00 up .FLYINN, the Tailor. When you go to Warrenton Don't foil to vittlt KELLY & PALMBERG'S SAMPLE BOOMS The best of-Wincn, L.lcuor oritl ClgnrH. Burleigh the Cash Grocer. Ho Cents Large box Imported Turkish Castile Ninp TH K KAlt.HO.VIt MAGNATES IsiikM Party Paid a Short tot) i V. i, rl.iy, Visit to , Large box ' 23 Cents Iwpnrtcil Ftvneh Oittlt Soup GREENS Are the style. We have on haml the latest shapes. We bought them to sell. Wo are selling them at ex tremely reasonable prices. Ladies', gents', misses' and children's. Drop in and examine them John Hahn & Co. 479 Commercial St. any friends separated the parties before damage was done. An elegant line of Little r.rnti' Short Jt arrived. Columbia Shoe t o. P. J. Meany, the tailor, 13? Tenth St. paid for fur skins. leading merchnt The highest price Mr. Georg M. Knhn and Miss W holm. of Portland, nra visiting Mrs. F. Kiehnrdson at Sv.isl.lo ar Are New Gloves ..AT... ALBERT DUNBAR . Agency Butterick Pattern! NOBBY Green Mr. Victor K. Finch, of the San Fnn. mo poMotlW. Is In the city llittiK his brother. Dr. A. A. Finch and Mr. Ch.is. Finch. The Salvation Army wltl conduct a. special meeting Saturday night, August 7th. Ice cream and cake -will he served after meeting. FOR KI.ONP-YKF. VIA PYEA A lim ited amount of freight and passengers can find transportation at Foard .4 Stokes Company's. 'JO Cents Chii Hex French Tongue 10 Cents Can lwx lVvilcd Hum 5 Cents l'onuil Large Fancy Prunes As i xclii.siv. ly aim uinccd in yntcr lhl0 . .. . ' . .... - ..-.,.,,.,, lm, 1M,-Iy r . on Hi in I .rlrlc railroad odlcl il. Mr.li.vl ,he oty in it, . . ... .... .. . ... .... in iv, noon. m.y arrlveil en mo M.sum r T. J Poitvr. which ma do , elal run f ,r the ivulon, 1,,U ,K pr, i.. ...i ........... " " "ciock Ul Itte llliNUllK ,u,,l .irrlvtnit at Astoria At M.". ;i. hi Tin tc wni.ri Mas only .n f ;,..,. , Mvollot, torn- ! k'iii In , w York .Irtv ?r. nii.t )... ..H..t..i ...... coin, i Bv,. n rormati.m r.x.inlln the iirownt r f .m or in. Xor'hcrn f.i-lil uxio. or tH-ihcr Mr. Hill h.,1 lTt in t!. pr.snny or noi. Prvflileni Winter's u,v. nor, SHANAHAN BUILDING Telephone J llutsner 1 well known in A:orl.i a. tl.r ilxiKl.r of the IVvst.il Tel, Kr.iih line. Hoth I in'ntlemcn unticipnte a koo.1 year lni. jiics In this territory for their rood. I.sIIm' Tan anil OiIiIuimI (Hfnr.lt, 'J.(M) rul In I.(M. 3.M rut to Wl.SU. I.ir.l. SrhotMT & O. 1 H Uxfonl rut to Si.oo. Colmuhla Shu C.v. COLUMBIA SHOE CO. TODAY'S WEATHER. Fair weather; continued warm, lifrht west to north winds. Ijuiles, you can have your corse r male to orler and In first-class style by calling on Mrs. Whipple, of Portland, tempo rarity at r 15th street A reward of C! Li offervd for the body of Jack Hansen, who was drowned from Walter L. MoJn'a circus barges, 03 Friday night. July a. Ho for Klnndyke. Itles, If you're wld ot. we ran Jut nt yna nn the right track. See oar general chart of Aluks. No. T, Jott received, i riffle A Keeil. Tho resT-ed at sale for the for. bett-Fitrsimmons verlscopv. which exhl. bitjon takes pLice Sunday night, opon tomorrow morning st Griffin & Real's. A new river service has hcen tnatigtr- I rated lvtw,en Axorta ami K.ilnler, tre- on, Includlnsr all Interm.Hllate landlr.ics. The tine stetuuer "Pllfrlnt." raptain A. I I'raico. will make round trips dully, except Sunday, lesvlnu Kalnler at S:3u a. m., tvachlntr Asttvla at IJ:, landing at the Fourteenth str,-ot aharf, and de parting on her return at ) :. l'nmpt time and the nest servl -e Is Ktiaranteed for hoth pnasensers and freight. Chptain On-Rory, of the Vn.inlta. wvnt to Portland. I ist nlfht, t. come down cn the new llsht ship. No. 67. which will ev Pordind .it o'eloek S.ttunlay mornlnif and upon arrival at tho mouth of the river will tv put In the phice of lightship No. U which Is j soon to undergo extensive repairs. Nortlirn Parlrtc mllroad trains lenva' rsll any m. or w ho If nnv. i.'e I inie not hc.ll !!!., I As to rumors current in retard nutter, Mr Winter himself pro. "'I Mr A. lams, wh.t only man w ho k'l ov i l he. Ills iKii.itlon hn the Nvanl of dlivctnrs for rut as yet h. tt-tt h 1 1 Hie, uiK-n t.i the '-"el Imioraiiee prolmhly u the alHM.t It, Kae out no In .'or. Ih- 'lil ste.u tcr of New York, a nythlng tnatlon, Th visitors on id,. ! Kdnnrvl IV Alans, cintinnan of the roi k iint.itto-i eohiml. t.v of the North, rn I'licl lc; Mis Ad. ants. Mis Adams and mild. Miss fhypro, Knii st K, Adams, IMn li, , Winter, St. Paul, president N P. .; , Kelldrlek. !. n. ral HUpt.;J M llannafonl. iuii r.il truth- inanacer. K W. Mclleiiry. chief eiigtiner: tKsnu . F, n.,K -c pr.-i. ilent First National liank. New York. Mrs. laker. Mis linker and nail, tie,. F. Maker Jr.. II A I'al.lati. T II Uir. mi". - iv .lalr. w II. liciiim ll. s tl. Fulton, assistant general micat a. mi:, Portland: A. U Mohl. r. Mrsl leo.nr. si. lent and Keneml ni.wiai.-er of ih. i I N : J P. tl'llrlen oiirnil TOin..' !,,. ten.l. nt; It, i'aiiil.. ll. trittlc nianas. r. 5. W, l.ounslvrry. agent. ,st rt.i. I'lH'ii arrival la tho citv. i sheet step as ma.le at the (V It N l.v k. wh, the' liout prtH'isjdisI .llreetly to i:inieri- s laiinery, n tn re an hour r mor. w is l tit In ex.uniuliiir tho 'n.-thoil r piel.. Uitf the t'oluniMa rivrr ehtn mk. 'o Msh were on hand at the time, hut fortunately in a tew moments a lender arrn.sl ith a lanto lot of ilmui. u,, th,. ,n,. tllUlll.stl.,1 visitors h-. i-.. ,-o .n....i tVlislun.1 tlntlu a. I, ,-,'l.,.,l, . .. 1 ' 1 . wv... . in. I'Tj iiiusttatlon of salino,, ,w". c'mhw. tuiu me r.uii. vioeeiier,, k Warrenton Is the Best Columbia Harbor Land Co. CORNLR... BOND and ELEVENTH STS. on application. 1 THE CENTER QF DEVELOPMENT ON THE WEST SIDE be Everybody knows that Warrenton values wilt soon 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? tletilarlv In nr.on Mr F f Saints ll'awlliig aK'ellt f,.r the I'lileaKO. St Pinl. MtiineHiMlis & uninhn rallwav. n. ii.it. I tho city y.-slerilav, said "The tucnao In hiilnes on th,- cot-' Is riMilly iiulto ivniarkuhle .in, I l,,,lel.- from a rutlrou.l stan.lslnt, which. know. Is an in., ex of nil other husln-.i. I feel JiiBllth,! In .nyltitf that I'lele hii his'ti a mo..! sulssiaiiUiil Mh-reas, in tt it lie. Wo an- Ki'tllnir ears now w In re. this unto l isi; year. e hauled .oim.l i i The prliieli-al lucivan. has come mil In I he ivist fell week- I think much ( I IS lltto tO tho Soil . till lit of the t ir' f jumtlon, and I know Unit loe illv I i ircfcon ureal prosperity ln cme tion our hlir wheal, wool and hop , r..p hat Is re ma Ik a hi,- Is tin fan lhal nith n. eeptloTinlly latK-i- crops. prlee have .. I. Miner. I from to I" mi. I '.' p. r cent A careful t-tiinat ma V the other .1 i ; hy a m in In t!- lniiness h.. ihtt Grand Excursion To Seaside and Return Sunday, August 15, '07 a':i THE VETERAN I-IREHEN'S ASSOCIATION tills year thele In tir.K.in and to tlh ptislueeis ( alono. It will lv, Hill t.e illslrlleil, W.l.sl-liKt.i I" ' ud tin 1, H rs of 11 he . a h.itin. r v.-ar U'p l.ickliiit From nartv .t.-iml .i.o.n in., t,,..- mmwa nmuo Bl fS'OKane for lioe- , Klav.- aml Sli,V(,n in , .if. r land. Nelm. Sandow tmd Brittsh Co. h.,,,n o'o.aln.sl .",.,. v,. , lumbla mining camps. For maps and ,). mmi,K r H. , , ., j and I-ft at i.V, tor Portlaal j Mr. AdaniH, the ch ilmian of the h.,ird, j one of (ly iyoum.-e.st tlnan l-rs if N'.. it York an.l one of the ahl st lieutenants I or J rterpom Morvan. is an iffr.l. r...in and tvisily air.i-i.sl ,. hi. I Information call on or addrexs C. V. STONK. Astoria, Or. Tt F1K HF.I'lliiIM'CKl' HF.KK wheal at :.' cents a )t.M oit.r.d hv tnu. U-ttor Hum Klondike hushel. the prl, rs. that article ; nold In P.irtl.in AROUND TOWN. FRIDAY. four - nJs 1 Books should to one of th:e conduce For wltjom, piety, dtlight or use. DeKliSm. The Rev. Mr. Potwln. of Pendleton, and Rev. Mr. Short, of Astoria, are enjoying a tramp over tho mountains ta Tillr.mook as a part of their s..-mtntr y&caUon. Mr. H. R. Borthwick, of otl-. was In the city yesterday, and has urn-m-d - 13 new lumiicr yard at the foot of Ninth j.tr-t with Mr W. D. E.lwdrls ill charxo 1 as agent. . 1 - J - J 1 ) -1 ' ' i Vheti you wtrt a r?al life-like and ;;stie phito. don't fall to call i n Snol !?. The work he is turning out now' j'.i iheU of anything ever made in As-. I torla before. ' ' 1 The rfgatta. Interest In the regatta Is growing. Best meals 10c, at Casino restaurant. I i Captain C M. Noy, s, Icrdoma, now in Portland, j friend yesic-rday thnt h- health and still t-xi.e-.-'asJ ship for Alaska. of th- l ark reported to a was in gol to charter his j Th Alciutir Theatre Stm-k V. who will pn-sent tho famous siicces.,-. "The ;First Bom," tho clever Phlnesc drimt. i and "1ist for a Day." (h.- thns-.a.-i hilarious ronteIy, at Fish. r's i 'jvri jJlouse, next Thursday, August 1;', in cludts the well-known players. iVo Os. NMirne. Iliwo Toland. J. Harrv It. nrl. mo, Jno Arn-.s'ronv i'.w P.,li..n., : Harry Spear, W IM.u-m o. Jos ' Silver, stone. May Itueklcy. Kittle JMniorr. j.Mrs. (.Ksj. OslKiurne, C,..rtrud..- Tldholl. V- nie Wells and fifteen ethers Th.- C.il n..se dnuna. "The First Porn." ran thr-v i-ons.viitlv months (In San Frunciseo. .The oriifinal eoni;iny will pro.lu....- n.-n. loo-i.icr wuu au the sc.-nery. C.-s. S'im-e. miisiO. prop.-r?U-s and eff .- its-d In tho ;iti Frnm-Ueo produeiiun. j rie-i. rv.,1 s. at s.il.- opens n. xt Tties.l..y morr.Inc at Griffin in ke-d s httl.. to say eoncrtilng Northern Pi. eltle plans, hut was very ol-asi.it In eonv. rsiitlon ahout his trip West and his visit n Astorta. ivho Is still a young itic his long and succwsf-ii a riimi:ul m.in.urer. Is an talk-r an.l n shrewd i it-1 n . -Me s.iid that the party m-n- hi Ily a pleasure rlp. and had 1 a daylight In -s ,-tion or th of th..- North.-rn Pa. 111.-, and !s'.-n w.dl ph-ased wl'h all Si-en. . Prseident Winter, man. n.u--thst m l. ar-vr lcr-aMe f iffiirs e n .Itn. n m ikl-u- ti-lri-they I (ley he... I h.,1 the ruih l Ihe Klondke. and the tit. tint; out of cxiu-tlltlons and hip has eallse.1 a wotldi If tit St., mH .1.- t,,wird 'li. hlifh mark In tmsnos I h v.- J -1 t .timii from San Francis, o. and f'i'i-id tho mtil" isin.lltion of .ifTali. In th it stale. W.. etitliie. r..t on th. ir return Joiini. i rrotn that . hi, letiv.-fi f.eir m l hi-., thotisititd ,'hristtm -rri.l oi-or. r... nh.. i-iim-i ly wai- of l-oi tla.-i.t. it oln ( la.." il l St Paul a ii. I th.- N'orthw -- . u There were (.'.o tieoplo III S ill Fr.ltlelu from th.- Fast, and th. v s" ni in t'i . It v lu.iriy I.'. .'" You rn.iv r.-t .is. siir.-d thai tin- Pa. -1:1. tit.-s nil!ii 'n . - sient Inoif-niiils und t ho'nand-. for id. verttslni;. hut holt could hm.. u.-e...le.; in making known In the Fast the inn.. nl'listi if th.-i- ellmati-, fruits and ot!a-r itr.-at nutnrilv r..s..an Ilk- the .toll.!, which Wll In. Inld hv !I.- re. lurnliK M Iters Soni-tliing of this kind oet-lu to U- liiautriir.r.cil .-very y. ar, m l We should In- nn,- of a larite t. rc-nr We could Is- sure that a larve i-.-r.eir. !! "f sin h Millers Mould .-l'!-.ir -!t.. N-r.- on their !irt irtp, ..r rituru ift.r. wards, to in.ke thetr home on the p,. . Illc -lope k'eusj trip. Ailnll., . i,,, ChllUrrn umkr is )tsrs, 9,1 Tinln l.racs I ln rl Dlltk at u u'cliKk I Coliimhln Marine Hand will nicoinpnny the t.Murslon tin Oucxtlotiahlc.... Chnractrra Allowed Mftntatiit lurvr nml Dvnlvr In W. F. SCHEIBE, FINE CIQARS! A lull lint ul Ihlvt, I, ha.iu, nd .Smukrra' A.llilra. 4T4 CoMimcriliil HI. FISHER'S OPERA HOUSE, D. SOLilQ and Mittisttor COMIM1 AT I.AHT. OMI.Y OMl Pi:wi ()IJMANL'K Thursday, AuRust 2 Tto Mlusl orlulrinl icnhii'i ." pill urk .loiirnnl. mi-: ui:;.ti'. -LSI . IMPK.'VL.Mi NT No one hllsltirs can d.-uht on tho pu ;r-v m nt st, ind t FISH ( -t M M I SS 1 . 1 N K R S . See Ross, Ulgglns & goods for cash. Co.'s offer to sell See Ross, Illgglna & Co. for fresh fruits and vegetables. At the bowling alleys, yesterday, Mr. Boatirth scored O. Mr. John Turpi Days yesterday. was In from John i Groceries at the lowest Pacific Grocery Co. prices at the Klondyke and the synonymous terms. regatta are now Ice cream, wholesale and retail, at Smith's candy factory. Leave your orders for wild blackberries at Ross Hlgglns & Co.'s. In Justice AbercromUe's court, yes terday, in the case of the State vs. Arvld Johnson, charged with larceny of a' fish boat and net, the defendant -vn Isvind 1 over to tne grand jury In the sum of In the For Sale column will tie found the announcement that the Warrenton hotel is for sale. Without dotiM some enterprising Individual will se his oppor tunity In this to establish hiniiMr on the West Side. Mls.s Matilda Erlckson's funeral took place yesterday ufti moon at 2 o'clock. jtrom Undertaker Poiil's pirlors. Tho 1 r mains wera burl- d at Greenwood. Miss J Erlckson was a half-si.t.-r of R. F. Sivn. . son, of the stiamer E.-cort. Mr. L. Smith, of Coos bay, visited his Astoria friends yesterday. At price Misses' and Children's Tail Shoes. Colombia Hhoe Co. 1 Ross, Higglns & ! agency for the 1 flour, j them Dr. W. C. Logan, dentist, has removed his office to the Shanahan building, up stairs. For rootling and skylights go to the Astoria Roofing and Cornice Co., 34 Ninth street When you are looking for fresh fruits and vegetables call on the Pacific Gro cery Co. Thos. J. Myers, representing the cel. ebrnted Chinese- drama, "The Flr-?t Botn," la In the city. Co. have taken the' famous "Corvallln" i Three carloads arrived here f-T yesterday and they will from! now on furnish dealers with the same ' at mill prices In lots to suit. I Visitors In Portlmd report that t.io Impetus to business given by the outfit, ting of the Elder for the Klon.lykc- ter ritory waa something enormous, and that the steamer, on her next trip on the 1 1th will probably carry a still lartr-r crowd. The committee ippotnt- l by the Wash. lnis'ton l-vlslature to Investigate the ii.ci. ins situation on the f'olumbii. consist. ng of the following Kinflem-n. arrived In Astoria a ibiy or two iko: J. A Da. Vis, Kvifstt; S. Warhsirton, Ticom-i: ; W. I.. Runner, Spokane; W. Uorr, .Whatcom: J. W. C, Reavy. Union City; I August High, Vancouver: John I) Y'ernd, 'Walla Walla. ! Tlx; commute; at once pro-.v; led to jllwaco, the gu.t.s of s. Elmore, on the iM. am- r El-Hurd. an-l lwv n t vet re. j turned from that iolnt. Th-y are mak. tng a v-ry thorough InvoHtCgation Into all branches of the fishing InduH'.ry. It jis exp-cted thut they will return from Ilwaco to-lny, when they will l taken Utfn a visit to some of the seining grounds hy Mr. Elm re, it being thw : intention of the A.t..r;a '.-anntrymi-i to furnish the visitors with every npportu. nity for s-udylng all the details of the business. Th- report of the commlt'i- will x; looked tor -with Interest. CARE OF THE EYES C3RAIND OPENIN(il Great American . . Importing Tea Co. NEW TEA STHE, "1 'Ciiintm-ret.il St Have stocked It with the choicest TEAS, COFFEES. SPICES. I1AKIN' POWDERS. FLAVORING EXTRACTS CHOCOLATES. ETC., FTC, m.-eilt.g. -rd i. r. i.r sub.c. w. n- l - it. e.l tri.m th. "inttii u I- r - l U t! i. r . IKIIU. irliii-i li.u I Also Crockery, chlnawnre. at prlww nevr before Glas.-iw ar know n. Handsome anil urn-fill presents given away to every purchaser, consisting of China, Crockiry, Glnswar., Tinware and Novelties. Laird, Hehoher It Co. S.l.oo. 3.S0 and H.OO Hhors: joor choice far 10 ilsys, :1.9k. Columbia SIior Co. On Commercial near Fifteenth street, yesterday, several Italians got Into a disasreement: a few blows were struck. Schillincr's Best Tea o is your money's-worth or your money back. And then, if you should get all or part of that S iooo, wouldn't it be nice? Rules of contest published in larce advertisement about the first and middle of" each month. as; The ladles of li.-rhanla Evangelical I Lutheran church will give a social at jthe Union Pacific cannery opposite fire 'station No. 3, at S o'clk Saturday evening. A large number of fancy ar ticles will be offered for sale. Lverylwdy Is invited to attend. It. R. Watts has sdld his handsome rr-siibnce on, the hill at TTio head of Fourth street to Mr. S. 8. Gordon. Mr. Watts intends to go to Abufka about the 11th of the month, and hia wife will spend the summer In Sai Francisco, afterwards returning to her mother's r idencs In Corvallis. Tho Astor House I" In process of thor ough renovation, and will be taken In charge about August 1 by Mr. Dan Tay- ler, of South Eend, and Mr. G. W, Boo mer, who will conduct It In first-class style, at prices becoming the times. The hotel Is centrally located and convenient alike to residents and tourists. I The greater pi r cent of the eye trou ibles, such as Inflammation, granulation, jetc, are brought on by error- of rc-frac-jtlon, tlue to malfnrmaton of th.- eyi-ball. I This also Is th- cause of 9i per cent of I heaibich..- and nervous troubles and '( j per cent of stomach trouble all of which can be ov.r-om- by glasses prop erly adjust!. Ur. J. A. E.arr. a s''.-ntlhe optician of Portland, laf.- of Minneapolis, Is stopp-ng at the Hotel Tighe, f,,r tWf weeks. If you nrr- afflictd .-...y w.,. Ki,h eyes, or are t,iff. ring from headaches, be sure to him. Exemlntit.,n free. Teas per Ronst.vl CofTee at u.V p'-r jKrnnd. pices at pie, 1, ; lier at ac. pound. s at ph-, pound. 2-V, c, is- and c and rao, : and l-'i ImiKirtlng for and operating lu stores enables us to unders II all others and save yo-.i'all middlemen's prolltH. Why not buy from hrsi hands? 'lei the lst and save money. GREAT AMERICAN TEA IMPORTING COMPANY, "iTl Commercial Street, Astoria !') Branch Stores In Hiicc ssful Operation Handsome presents' free to every purchaser. Special Cash Sale From now on we will give extraordinary inducements Mr. H. A. Kyer, general agent of the Chicago Great Western Railway, with headquarters at 8eattle, visited Astoria yesterday with Mr. George F. Huesnop, agent for the same road at Portland, The Maple Deaf is well-known In tho West, and Mr. Kyer Is one of the most pcpular freight men on the coast. Mr. ! TO CASH PURCHASERS ! " i The list of articles which come under this head is too long: to publish, but a trial order will show that we mean business . . ... . . . ti . -or .1 -ivort.s ll . it:)" III A i I up... r.-p..nd that. Ill and rn. i. f- i tui tion a i.ptatl. will Is- a number or .-tlng i vi tits. 1 1 i tr: and llls'i-ally coming their sili-ieriptloiii are being eoiltri of th- si-it Th..- who f'.rnlh n-'W I and It , "l-l.tloil to th s on shore, th-rv Ulll'Ple . I lut s-iiuri ar-.. rapidly to th.- front ,,-h Not a f.w dollars libit which. In Ihe . yi-s of ttu- glv-rs, are prdlt i from Klon. dke. it Is now rimr.- than protiaMe that tno .Monterry call Is- spnril ,y ih.. govenim. nt for a f.-w days' visit h, r during ngutta we. k, although h.- Is teng held und-r enu rg-m y ord.-ri. It has b...i suggested thut the launching of the Munzatiltu Is- deferred until after th.- Woodmen's eX'-ursion to H-nstd,-, so as to give all an opportunity to wltn'sa that tnosi Inteii sting ev. nt It h lea. sonabiy eerlain that .1,.i Wieslun n will In- In Astoria, and with the other strung, ers who will b.- her.-, It K uior- Una prohulil.. that private hou-s will Imie to l- iih msl to tluir til. rtalnm-nl .Jn far as Inard from, not only the m-mli-is ot lis- varlou- i-ommltt.es. Put -very trt.nes inn n In Pm ri, i,'",rkiug hard for the Slicer-n of tin l.-'iM.i f ,hs Is so, its success I alr.-a.ly .ecur-d POHCrM1 I'"1UK1IM CIllllOMO llV THE FIRST BORN Three lung month in San I r aur: .i" lo the rnpncili o( thn Alcainr '1'lnnlrc. I'reg.-iilc.l by llin original iNiiiipuny i.l TWI3MTY-I'IVIS Pi:OIl. '-"-A. C ..! ls-iiil scenery gurguoiisly iiumtilcl Invislily nu.l jiiiv lurciiiii!j l ostuinisl rliiitoctcrinllc music ami cllci Is A big nml rntiipleto proluction, prcceilisl liy Hydncy (irtltnly'i " LoMt for ti Dny' !)(! rotnmlv. Atf mil tloit Price. - BO cent nml SI.OO Scuts mi tnlu Tuesilny inoruinu nl Orillln .V Kceil's PROI'i iSAl.S F' I'oit il!ui:;, IM'A'I'H .' the iiled proposal- will i. ,,.,.V,i ,y und-rslgn '. at Its olll-- In Asiorl i. until noon of August 2, l-'i,', for con. structlng the founda linns for the I Irawhridg'-H over Pllnd 'dough nad I'lats. kanle river, on the lln. rr th.- Astoria nd Colutnbhi ItD-.-r Ralbnad. Plans imd sp-ei,-itioiis may Ih- h.-. n .it th. ,. torla oftlee, and approved bond, will b- rerpilrrd Of the "llece-srul bidder. The right, to r-Jcct imy and rill l,d,i r.. si rvod by th- ntidersli-iu d NOHTI I W EST CuNHTItrcTloN CO. WATEIt HI'PPLY PIPE Proposals will b- r. e,.Ve, ,, ,h.. of- flie of the undersigned In Astoria fus.. gon, until noon, Aucu-t loth, for fur liddilng and laying iibont 1kiO f-et of slx-ineh wrought Iron pipe to supply wi. I'-f column. K,ecleatlons may be seen and blank forms of proposals will la furnlshisl at ther office. Bonds will be lulnd. Tin- rlglit to reject any or all bids Is reserved NORTHWEST CONSTRUCTION CO. k'l titli-mefi wtillr In Portland, upan '.he Huliji-i-t of strvii pining, and Is Hi inly of ihn opinion that the bio system now lalng U...-I In that city tout 1 bo successfully introduced Into Astoria nml laid on top of tip- present planking, K-r-ntly lellglhenlllK the I If- of the tlltl. her at pri-tK-nt In us.- on thr slre-ts. nnd ninkiiu roudways of unpnrullelc 1 sinisithniss and durability. FISHER'S - OPERA - HOUSE I. K. ISKLlO, lessee und Mil inn; it SUNDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8 RECEIVER'S NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that I have boon appointed receiver by the circuit court of the Htato of Onon, for Clalsop county. In the suit of It, L. Hnbln et nl. v. Howell ft Ward et al., of all property goods, wares and merchandise and chat tels nnd book ncrounts, notes nnd de mand and all tho property of tho late firm of Howell ft Ward: and I am r iiilnd to collect forthwith all debts due said firm. tore, all persons Indebted to snld firm will rail nt once at the plnce of business formerly .occupied by the said lalo firm of Howell A Ward, at No. &I0 Commercial street, Astoria, Oregon, and settle, their said account. Dated this second day of August, 1897. FRANK I. DUNBAR, Receiver mm mi mm i i . mm mm , -Ross, Higgins & Co. WOODMEN'S EXCiTiSION. Mr. M. F. Hanlesty, who returned from Portland yerHerday, reiorts that arrangemenrs have bon practically com. hteil for the excursion of Woodmen to Astoria during Ihe regatta. There will likely he three thousand members In attendance. nd they will not do any harm to the city by the sea. Mr, Hht. desty says that he talked with several .Mortgagee Sale.. We nrn closing out Hlrg Lung it Co.'s entire stock of Dry Goods, Ladles' and Gentlemen' Furnishing Goods, nl pries regardless of cost, In order to mnko room for tho large stock of Chinese and Japnnese Curios, Fine Decorated Chlna wnre, Novllles, Rllk Ilaiidkerchl'-fii, Ladles' Morning Oowrm, Wrappers, Gen tlemen's Smoking Jackets, Ten, Lit. Wo Invito the public to come nnd mako bargains nf the above line of goods heforo Ihe stock I sold out. Store will open Raturday, July .11. ANDREW KAN & CO. I!19 Wonderful Veriscope The Gorbett fitzsimmons Fight REPRODUCED TRUElTO LIFE First The Marvel of the Age and Only Production on ....Pacific Coast . . . . the Hunt sale opens Hnturday morning-, at 0 o'clock, nt Orillln A Heed's. Trices, reserved m-nts. f 1 ; g'tllcry, 150 cents. Oriental Novelties Japanese Goods ..WING LEE.. 1543 Comnie'roiiil Street Next to Madison's Cigar Stand RAINIER TO ASTORIA And Return In One Dnv, Steamer Pilgrim, A. L. B RAZEE, Master. . .. Will leave Rainier dally, except Bunday, at 6:80 a. m touching at La Du, May gers, Stella, Oak Point, Kagl Cliff, Knapixi, enfton, Westport, nnd other landings, arriving at 14th street whnrf, Astoria, at 10 a. m. lisavt Astoria at 1:10 p. m., ealllsg at way landings on return. Fast time and satisfactory Mrvlos guaranteed. i Photographs Can't Lie - V