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THK DAILY ASTOKIAN, SIM) AY .MOKNINH, AHM'Si 2l. I1W7.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Tel phone No. M.
TKKM Of M Kll'lll.
DAILY.
8nl by mall. pr year
Bent by mall. per month
Borvfd by carrhr, per month
I rlloions with reference to th rop.
t ' n of other Amorton.it product In Or
i : n a-nd Frewh per:. It Is hl
t yt Europe Is jivk only tniluni to take
i the supplies wo oiut furnlh, and th.it
t y will advimcv In prUv In sympathy
1 ,;a wihsk. lut that our mint tariff
l I ctsUtlcn. will teach Oermany and
.16.00 ! ' "" 'oo "he futility of thi retaliation pol
. .60 i y Uuy have pursued for thrw y,vnrs
! ti. and tii.u they will lir.ulinilly tv-
I tho liiiKiririK's plaoaM vipon otir
!l:..- stock and our meat products, tfer-
n any. which ha Nvn tho ohlof offender
I
WEEKLY.
fWt bv mail. Par year In Jvn.-e...$i.ft
Pontage fr to iuhcrUer. ; fa" "' regard. Is already making ndvnn-
; i t.nvnrd a, mocv ltli.sr.il policy, having
J o. noliuloj that It nivi! admit American
All commui.lcAtioni Intended for pubU- priuct wi.hont har.-a.lng dicrlml:;s
catlon should bo directed to the .dltor. ( ns (f (Vrnwn lir,, w ,ol gooJ(
Business communications of all kinds
and remittances rau he addressed to ' sM umr-
"Tne Astorlan." ' 'n ,ho '""W"1 condition Mr. Armour
The Astorlan ruarant"i to 1. tub- d:ci(rs the u.imisiak.ibla? evidences of
scrlber. tho larswt circulation of aw ' pr,Ivrl!v for ,,, Amorloan farmer.
newspaper published on the cviumtua
tlver.
Advertising rates can be had on appli
cation to the business niajHiger.
The Weekly Astorl.in. the stcond old. !
tst weekly In th aiate of Oregon, ha. ! s,lH Mr kickm' bout the t.me.
next to the Portland Orsgct.taa. th Olt htw .w yu;
largest weekly circulation In the r.ats. Skirmwh 'round and Krab the dime
John F. Handler Co. are our Portland i E lnf " hn chi.
ipnu, and copies of the Astorlan cam jCiwiki never l-ousht a dres
be hod every morning at their sttvr.d,
124 Third street
THE NEW YORK
BULLS AM) BEARS
rictiicnt Kc!iH.'iut; Mailc Kuilui
Than Bid Deal.
rrssiMisrs i akix; in -mi..
lndos I'to Kclu.t.int to uu.oli' l!.il
There U Trospcct i. Sliiiit tit i j
Cold to lilts Innntiv. j
h f
MARIN I: NI-WS.
VKv-H.i (IV IIIK W Y H IIIKt lil.r.MIIIA
KIVhK MHM
; n-amifaotvm-r and lalwcr.
STOP YEB KIOK1NV
The mntttT ot the permanent orfran
.1.1 of the regatta committee should
not be dropped. PwUiuidl Is with ua. It
is Time to strike while the iron Is hoc
There la trouble brewirajr in Alaska.
The last Issue of the Alaska Miner frtves
some Interesting details concerntruy tbe
shipments of goods by British vels
through the sub-port of entry at Dyea a:
a lo of m:uiy thousands of dollars to
our government. Our revenue collector
In the district do no: jet-m to und.rtind
their bu.infa or how to grapple with a
delicate Mtu;ioa. Ti-. collect.
dutlea cn roo.ls passtrtj throuph I'ntted
States territory should I. enforceit as
well aa such rollion by the British on
goods Imported Into their territory. It is
h"lutely oiliga!ory upon the oflliHuJs
of both governments to see that the situ
ation Is not complicated. There is no pos
sible excuse for feeling on either side,
and the minions of the law must rot be
permitted to engender such feeling. Fair
treatment and ihe Just mnLsuremert of
law to ail Is all that Is required nziS is
what must be secured, cost what it miy.
ttrowlin' Isn't m K.
Fix your pe'iers on succewe.
! Then go In to win it.
Times is ciittn' good agtn
Tr- to help them all you kin.
rn't sit rou.1 with hacartn Hp,
Thnt Is sure to floor you;
j Try to git a bettor gr."p
On :h work lefore you.
! Put some ginger In your words
When you greet a neighbor.
Throw your troubles to he birds,
Git right down to ltbor.
I An- you'll notice ev'ry day
i Things ! comtn' right your way.
S?:op yer kickfci" get a hold
Of the wheel and turn It;
You kin never handle gold
'Less you try to earn It.
c Unish the cobweb from your eyes.
top your Mam d replnln'.
An" you'll aoti-e thnt yer skies
Al'usil le snlnin'.
If you hai.t the nerve to try.
Svnk away omeheres and die.
Barton.
a I il!.e one.
The time h.is come when all business
Interests on the Pacific coaot should uniie
In the funlx ranee of the Nicaragua
eanal J. M. Eddy writes to the Pan
Francisco papers a pithy letter upon
tho subject Congress can orjy be ex-pe-ted
to act In repon-e to the urgent
requests of the people. If there is an aP
Fi. .nt apathy on the part of the public
th r prtsntaUves will agiun ignore
the oft-reiiea-ed iae-ljre. 0f the party T,ia:.
forms. The in the prire of agrlcul
tnral products and the revivi-g inJjs
trries of th cour.iry, tak-n in con-ction
wiih the passage of Ui new revenue bill,
ruoxantee a sufflctvnt surjIus n the
n tonal tnaaury. above th ;ir. m-nu
loi ordlnnry ex.; ej-tures to contru the
-a-iii und-r the provisions it Conirres.
m; n I'-rharn's bill, without rortir. to
the sole of a slmjl- lonl. The caiaj must
" i -ne lime to wac.
wanare in Its behalf. L-i th.
lrw..il . . . ..
""'"lriBl Wljf? of the r-onsf y
.. ....... ' G,';A
uujie. a the aJil of i r:.. r- ire,;
basin, pa-sa the wor.1 on to th- . ... i'15rV
south and by Deomlr .ev-ry comm-r- V&ff'' 'wVw'
eiai body and every right min-M b-.i.. ' C uVV
. ' C-.'A.
ict.1- man win tje working to have h: r
"Ko, I rsi't vors a job. I've as
iuaDT l:aS si'r : I c.u find wort
for.'"'
' .;: c:u in yer way,
' . .... uoal'lu't
- " Je L"p
jtuv'li :.
make iiv
1 '-n-. .'S '
resttntative and his senat'
a canal.
r Instrj'-!.! for
ARMOfP. OX DOLLAR WHEAT.
I.'. w Yt-rk VcrM.
No yj .r do we rejoice over the lo-ey
vra:h-r than some croaker arises and
- i: "Just you wait; you'll pay for It
n September."
Tlmes-Heral'L
More tlutn onllniir significant at
taches to the utterance of Mr. P. D. Ar
mour on the whrat situation at thi. time.
jays claim to any .-p-r-ia i
gifts aji a prophet, but because hi? state- The KM who ott know how to
mwits are hasiA upon accurate know), i 'w!m lokirs; forward fo the season
edrv of acturd eswdltlicis. A.t ad V 1 Wh n ''h"' wl!l,!,lislim!lU w"l 'n
, .... ' ' high favor.
weight is also given to .Mr. Armour's ; -
"v""""" Lf.-ii.u? or rns twer.ty-I:ve y-.ars I
experienon as the heaviest wheat and
proiucc- UsJer In Chicago, and, because
of his personal observations In Europe,
the sonny, of the present demand.
Two points, in Mr. Armour's Interview
which will attract especial attw.loi are
tlai rt-asons he aligns for l !l( v1rg "hat
aby's
Second
whiflt will remain very :.nr the dollar ;
mark nnd his predictions with rrf -n tice
to a chanjred policy on the part of f-r-matty,
France and oither European co n
tries 1th reference to the admission of
our meat products
Bo far as oxnsils are concerned, Mr.
Armour believes thnt the people of the
tTnlted States ore masters of the flt'ia
tion. All Europe Is wheat hungry. AH
the cereal products over there are either
short or are total failures, and there is
no hope for Oie people except through the
rnited States. The Europeans are not
only anxious to get our wheat but they
have the money to pay a good price for
tt. It Is for these reasons that Mr. Ar
mour regards the rise In wheat a legiti
mate one, and It Is on this condition of
the European market that the veteran
operator bases his statement that the
year's crop Is worth n a bushel and that
the farmer ought to get that price for ft
Equally significant are Mr. Armour's
lOl
is the time that tries all the care
cf the mother arid ail the skill cf
maternal management Eaby
comfort comes from fat ; fat
tables have nothing to do but
to sleep and grow.
If your baby ccs not eecm
to prosper, if he Goes not gain
in weight, ycu must get more
fat there. A few drops of
n
vl4 i
ATI
cnmi
each cay will put on plump
ness; fat outsfde, life Inside,
baby and mother both happy.
Your baby can take and rel
ish Scott's Emulsion as much
In summer as in any other
Reason.
For sal by an druggists at pc. and tucm
New York. August :'l Snvml con.--
iviid.!.ve of the Astorlati 1 -The put till;
reliction n the stock market during the :
i'k has not lo-en en iiely unnatural.
It bad been preceded by a lame ah w
covvrlug ah unprviUsitl range of is-j
sues. lHnitor! wvre therefore carrying j
:ui itnunxit of stock far In ex.-ess of j
anything experienced for m.uiy e.trpast i
a cvMiditcan which tended to cxpose
holders to attack. The "bwirs." c.fter a
long (ilisthience. were hu.ig. ling for a
meal, and not a few "bulls" were willing
to take their handsome protl.s; wi ll.'
others who hud already done so were
quite willing to see. if not to help, a re
action. At the same time, there Is a
class of conservative bulls who. while
believing that the market Is dewtined for
a greater rise. y t exteot it to come step
by step a-nl through a course of fre-
juent cautious realixings. Tl elass
fifty Years Aro.
lent r-olk lath While K. n.e chait,
. i.i l.otvrlt w l,. ... , , ,
! .'Hi ci buijr lot hiiet .a ,1
"'vc t (avetn Slut cue t 'u .!.
If I. .i .i i'reldent' ihmvci I wt!
-ei,liiHr.lrpclia en a luci j'lli,
y.. imiv, took Aet rilt. I ttu
lc lii liver, $0 )irt w .
Ayer's Cathartic Pills
worn designed to supply a
nuxlel puwativo to ptoplo who
had so long injureid thfmsilvi'8
with tfriping uitHiioi;u-s. IIoiub
cnrt'fully preptvrod and thoir in
erodiouts adjusted to tho exact
nwosnitiea of tho bowela nnd
liver, their popularity was in
stnutaneous. That this popu
larity has been maintained is
well marked in the medal
awarded these pilla at the
World's Fair 1893.
SO Years of Cures.
j i.MTIli.
Vevl. Ton ll.ile l'
t'tiw Winii. I t li , I . Iul . -
I limre, Mr h Anw ..Ul
' Mancliiil Mieiie, lr i v.Hli.
, Hut uniMi.lt. t-t ll t:W! I'l .. -
v i k i. r,
0. lit iiv to Hr bk IM Imui... ill
, l.ialiilinoH .lur', Hr li I.vr l Al .. '.s
II tl I IHIllt.
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luri ridk. Hi alt . . ;-. t-a 1 ... I
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I'eru, tier all .1i . luwl . '
Moiikt.iriK, Hr lt i:: lia-at i.
Arracuu. Hr ah . Ham
la, and In a survrwlngly short time.
haw wme mtluenw iion Wall street "I'l" Hie will cine itgalti. anal come
-
Li
N -' kz&Si
MP11
to stay.
A co ttlng of suntrt m may tn ly mean
that you are an enthusiastic cyclist In
stead of indicating, as formerly, that
you have l n to 'he 'iL"!iorc on your
VUCUlilX.'.
I
Whoi one note the pvkless way In
wiileh woiiiis run hat ! n through their
niUllnery the mily utualer U that 'her,-
are n: mor- ca-.s of ti i.'i.'turi.t trains !
T
Some mascull".' ! . y iiatH who rl le i
with :h..'r shirt -I .v. p'll.1 tif to the1
elt.ow look as thoiikli t .'! were prepor - i
lug to sh-ih1 a loni; vlay at the waihttib.
CAHTOriTA. !
Titfis-
Km:
baa:
if
Fnm the seashore r-s.rts conic thril
ling talm of thv onsl.tiighr's of ferocious
niosultoii. quite outdoing previous e.
fernent recorils.
li n
I'trf
CASTOR I A
For Infanu and Children.
it
ittr
tF.
opmion. and they are likely to sit an
effective precwlent of taking fair iro:lts,
which will have Its result In chastenng
an over-sanguine temper. Another factor
which tends to encourage these freijiu-.nt
reiiliiiiigs comes from the great breadth'
of the market. With such an enlarged,
assortment of Issues as the list now prv-s-nts,
there are always stocks which
have no: had the average f.se; and. when
prices weaken, those who hive profit
o.-. tluir holdings atv ready to take them
and buy those negl.vted slkires. In brief,
It seems to Ih a rule in st.n k op r Ions
that, when the market Is rt broad one,
prices advane morei by a jg-j.tg moe
nivn! than In a continuous straight line.
Tho weuthw and crop a-ondttlons of
the last two weeks have afforded a mo
tive fr essinvlsts anl timid ojn-rators
taking in sail. Th.- larars have ejtxag. r
a;id ll.t) tenor of these reiioris. and have
made laold ventures on the barest lol
bility hat there may tie a fulfillment of
the grrnt proeiH-s have N--n contribu
ted to the late advance In prices. So long
as It Is not wholly Impossible tluit there
may be some disappointment In the eors
crop and a better rcsuk of the foreign
harvests- than has lie-sa expected. I: may
be prudent to give the bears plenty of
roe. us the ba-st rm-ans of prot c Ins
the Inti-reats of the bulls; Indea d. Il
seems likely that the next upward spurt j yv, f.,.
will bt mainly stimulated by the over
s' lllng of the prophets of crop .!saters
A few days more will s-ttle these tin-
cer.aintles: but there will still remain I Take gool c.r- of th- hair of th h;ad.
those who prefer to postpone until th- iU11 c u-vnt to ,,n ni fa:i 1ff
frost line has been Pl. So that, on I or turn gray apply Hall's H.,ir lb-newer,
the whole. It Is not Improbahl- t at . ,,.! tmi result will be pb-o-t g.
may have to face a brief p rtoal of vac- j
illation, prolubly culir.hintir.g in a short
inter-st larg- enough to give another
good upward turn to prices.
It Is not easy lo fully explain the tem
per of the Iondon market for our se
curities: It Is still sending stocks home,
and It would se- m that the supply h-Id
fcr pi-c'.ila.tive account mimt l! ap-
preaching exhaustion After such a strik
ing dt-morastnuion of the strength of the
home market afl of the certainty of
still higher prices In the fu:ure, It Is not
snppos ible thiLt this realizing :trles from
lai k of confidence In our market S-n'l-ment
seems to have much to do with the
movement. hr.glaJKl ruis, at tnls mo
ment, some ra,th-r tmphatlc grievances
against us. The tariff Is a biit.-r pill, the
more so because It throws a w-t blanket
Uon an active revival In the trade of
tile r.Mted Kingdom. The jiox-potwrtnent
by io;.gr--s,s of action on the currency
fjiii-sti-jn lias no doubt lnti-nsltled the
K.'4;llsh distru.tt of our f I mince at Its
most sensitive and positive point. Secre
tary .Sherman' r-cent blunt n:'-rance,
coming after the famous flevelad Vene
zuela m. SS.Ige, s.-. m tl n.lVe Jee,y
rouw-d tie ire of the Lor.don sp-ciilator
and the Iinglish people, and so seriously
doe the Koglishmfiji apimir to have
tak-tr. the-; nifitters to heart that con
ceivably hn thinks I: prudent to give
Anieric.ui securities the cold srioi'll--r.
Whatever cause rruiv Is; assigned for
the lirltisli negk-'Jt of our securities, the
it.,- h.-,s II Hie or i.o Dvrct-ptlble effect
upon the New York market.
The Ioiclon pres is r-ltict.'bKt to con
cede that th're Is nny n.ar prosji--'.: of
tii shipment of gold to this country. Wc
..r.- toll th.-t; our i-aym-ei's for int'Ie!.
and dlvid-nds. the remittances mad" on
nccotint of cltir.TS tr--ve!r-g abroad, the
payments -o lie m.'ule on .-.count of s
r-nrl: now t omlr.ir horn" tvA t'r the
sugar and wool purchased to untlclpa
lion of the new tarifr, will about offset
Jvunyis-'H i.-nii'iually lare purchases In
The l.'nft s! States. No knowledge, how-
ev-r is shon of the fact thnt th in
debt-ylneKS accruing n these several nc-eour.ts-
In'iudlng the large .-L-Ji'ipatory
importations l.a-s already Inn s- ttled
for, .nd thr-.t our lrnjirtatl'.-is are show
ing a large fal!l-:g off, while our erpor's
are grwitly vxe-dlng the extraordinary
dlm'insions of a year ago. I'r(-s-r;t Indl
cations favor the prtpect of the Impor
tation of gold noting in ts-fore the dose
of the) (resent month and running on
Into sui umusua.1 aggregate.
HKNKT CLKWS.
AN OPEN LETTER
To MOTHERS.
WE AM7: ASSr.KTINaj IN TIIK Cot'KTS Ol'K KHIIIT TO Till?
ItXCl.l'StV i: I'SK OK T' K Wiiim "CAHTOIMA," AM)
"PITCIIER'B CASTORIA," AS oi'K tkaii-; m.Vkk,
7, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Ihjnnnis, Massachusetts,
was tho originator r "PITCHER'S CAST0RIA," ' shim
i t i
mat aas (who ami uws now w7 an every
This is thv original " PITCHER'S CAST0RIA,' uhica has been
used in tho homes of tho Mdhers of America jUr aivr thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and ivr hat it is
the kind you have always haught w7 rr r""J 0,1
and has the signature of CXvACu' wrap
per. No one has authority from mo to ..; my name cx
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. It. Fletcher is
President. i. y
March S, 1S97. Q,twf- &sSU
Do Not Bo Docoivod.
Do not cntlanrr the lifo of your child 1y nrrrptinj
.1 cheap substitute which some ilrujjgist may olicr you
(bocauso ho makes j few more pmnics on it), the in
gredients of which even he docs not know.
"The Kind You Havo Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
choanT Ju.mi ailiil iig tin ycsti-r-day
tit 1 o'clock for Ahmka.
The stammer KUUt up to u. lata, hour
last night had not shown up but was
expected toalny.
Til. :iig Ksrt will prolably go Into
i iinms-lii!t tl'mit the tl-im the M.viinnlt.1
Is launched.
Th.- river Isants yaasinrday were crowd- '
i I Willi l.tltle, aild rxtm tntata will tx !
run out of Aatorl.i toulg!t,
Insist on Having
Tho Kind That Never Failed You,
NO-TO-BAG
CUARANTEED
TODACCO
HABIT
CURE
Oreff l nv mi tviiM sutit. ll'tillrora nioTS lis mwaw ilMtror Itedsilra rut ltam in
fi.rtu. N.-l.e,4C la lltgrMtt ttr'fiiaftl lu th vaar.4 Mnr lu SI IHiultiU In lla An4 II IMVaal
fAlla lo tvaha lite sk tinei'lvnl Uiar tra-aas. vli(fa(aM Ami aiAtrnvtlil. Jttal Irr A U-s. feat will 1
lltilal IA r IV-va-l f ' lo Wtlna-ai lil w n mj for A cuff II lailnMlF gUAfAMleaMl l? drulal t
at hrav ano l.-f onr i--s ie. -..i i iim. neif .. (.itsva luair I Aim jaarnr. arm .all UAiSatlaaS aVUI
ISAAAWAS AAA.. AUIMI aC JiSW SAaTSk
IrMMUitil AilwirUtll'
Bold and (Juaraittcapal by ('has Itogcrs, Orugglsl.
I
! I'rl.-i p!t-r .iy tin-re will lc a largaa i
I rl...: of grain vMi from that port to i
the lolim'ea rh.-r for the loadlrur of
I I Tea! on W ha Ut. i
Weakness of r.lEH
Qalckly, Tharauchly, rnrTir Cord
MANHOOD RESTORED
Dr. frM'm
r fill.
avutitlaf lul . .-
r:uAtntraTdlurulAll Btrvi.UAUlWAarA, AlMh A rak Mrmurv Li,,f
ifiin ruaitr. llc.a.liA. W'Akriuluna. LuM MabIuuJ mi.ii.
nt, KrtvuuAUraA, All Utslua, Ua ut poatrr In Grat-iaMia t)ita. of
either m.nutil Lt utt eieiiu.n, oult.lul n. ri,Talr uw of
toliAiTn, uplum nr llniulAnta. which In4 lo Infltou. ,eJL. ar
) r:,7 c,V"uia,,,rr.rr r .-t ? -
li w cw., UiMilbuiiMgagtuu. rL.ua iui Vwtam u , riUiU. ut.
i. W. CONN. ifMl. AllMlft
rw ih Am 4ftf 11
fllf7 drnf. ttwu hmmw
bf prfcU1 ietcni id
lkotf ittl M.nit fail
uoia U4. 1 li
C
rt urMlf disc mtnottt mm
im totl, Btatl Mil brv
Auliny mf !, r rwiiorttHl b? lhi lflinni Ail
Mb Mirtlmit of tr. olf-l nl (frh-
tttM Wntforntir Kouk, with pinirt)t tu4
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ARCHITECT
BtrALO, N. V.
A oimpleta stiH-k uf lumber ou Unai
In Ihe riub or dressed. Kbxirlnn, ru
tic. celling and all kinds uf finish; mold
l,it and shlnglsa. Terms rsasunabls
. and prlt ra at bedrock. All ordsrs
! promptly attended M. Offles and yari
I at mill II F !- I.niA.
Heaslde, Oreiron. I'mprletor
Wooms JI7-JIH
PorlUnJ 5(ti( lUnk IllJg.
Portland, Oregon.
Warrenton Is the Best...
Columbia Harbor
Land Co.
THE CENTER OF DEVELOPMENT
ON THE WEST SIDE
f
Northern Paiflc railroad trains ln
Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m f r
Tacoma, Spokane, and tl Eat. Cb-iae
conneothan made at Sjikane fur I toss-
land, Nels.n, Sandow and Urttltih Co-' MA Oil application
lumbla mining camps. For maps and
Information call on r addrefw
C. W. STONE.
Astoria, Or.
CORNER...
BOND and
ELEVENTH STS.
Everybody knows that Warrenton values will 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?
BEFORE YOU BUY
Property look at our list and see uihat cue have in the may of bargains
Aistorif.
WeHt
Do not Jtidire persons on inveterate
drunkards because a beer waj?on ojs
before thfclrl door. There are such thlriffs
ns sarsaparllla' ejid ginger ale bottpd,
you know even, by the bre-wers.
No appelate? Then do not try to force
food oown; but two the most scientific
means for re?trlnir ton to the stomach.
How? Why, by taking Ayer's Sarsaparil-
7.-.X1.-0 KKKT ON' THIItTy THIItli ANti
I'r.-niMln: four hnu,j-; payliig i;ood In
'orne; KaHy terrn".
"'x"5 f''KKT ON Ki'itl.KT CAR M.NK.
tjpponlt.. White Swan slnon. l!ar(?nln.
Side
WAItiii;.N"J(iN'.
I.OTH IN mJf'K J9,
1 'heap.
I.OTH III AND a), lil.OCK 1,
Warrenton. Crimp.
Hetich Property
HICAS1DK
TWO I.OTM NKAU M'lirillK'H IIOT;li;
11") each.
W J-.HT
LOT 7, Itl.OC'K
Rnln.
M' i.i;ni;'H. itAii-
OooD il'.SINKHH LOT IN IIKAKT
of Wan-nlon; ll.V). Cheap.
FOt I', LOTS IN Jtl.Of'K if,, M'CM.'ltirS.
Very Oje-ip and eay terms.
A OltKAT UAI'.OAIN
Hustler St Alk.-n'K.
IN lil.OCK !),
II-I'.OOM HOL'SK AND faWj-FOOT LOT
In McClun-'s; &.. Part cnh, balanco
-isy terms
Ml
ixl'i T-'KET NKAlt N1CW RAILH' iAD
dpot at a great bargain.
PROPEHTY IN ALDKRHROOIC, TAY
lor's, Case's, .MoClure' and Bhlveley's.
TWO ;ool LOT8 IN II LOCK 1, RKII'
anon; II 25 each.
'.'OliNER IN IlLOCK 12, WARRENTON;
J.'.V).
I OOOD LOTS IN O'HARA'B ADDI
llon. Exceedingly cheap.
7-ROOM IIOCHE, NEW.IN EAST WAR-n-nlon.
Small cash paymont, balance
t-iiHy terms.
IF YOU DKSJJ.K i;.n-
guiriH in business, r"si.enc
or acrenge jiropcrty, lie ,-uro
a if I sto our list.
North Beach
TEN-KOOM HOUSE, FURNISHED, AT
North Deach; for sals choap. Close to
b -iich and railroad.
Form LondB
117 ACRES GRAZING LAND, NORTH
Niyarnle; 100-acre farm on Upper No
halem; IM acres on Elk Crook beach
nnd 200 acres near Olnoy.
7-ROOM CoTTA'll-:, NEW; I7M PART
wish, eniy paytnenls. Clone lo beach.
TWO IIOI'HES AND TWO LOTS NEA Il
ly opiioHltu M'Oulro's holil. Very
cheap.
LOTS IN OKIMES' OROVE. HER.MORA
Park and Hill's addition. All are bar
gains. LOTS AT SILVER POINT, SEAL ROCK
and Elk Crock .
For Kent
6-ROOM HOUSE, FRANKLIN AVENUB
and Tldrty-thlrd stmet; t por month.
2 FURNISHED ROOMS FOH HOU8E
kiytplng, over Astoria t.nd & Invest
niont Co.'s office,; 12 per month.
A 20-ROOM LOUOINO HOUSE, 8A
loon, dining room and kitchen; 135,
SALOON AND LODGING HOU8IS ON
Astor street.
SEASIDE COTTAGE, 7 ROOMH, K PER
month. Cottage I rooms and ono cot
Oigs I rooms. Apply for terms.
ASTORIA LAND & IHVESTJIIEKT CO., 355 Commercial Street, Astoria, Oregon.

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