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THE DAILY ASTOiUAN, SlMUY MORNING. AlUlST 29, 1M7.
When you go to Warrenton Dott't fnil to it KELLY & PALMBEFG'S SAMPLE ROOMS .THe Isewt of Wilier, IN FIVE DAYS It you think an tS.50 Clock Is worth (3.50 come and ret one, IMPORTED PRESS SUITINGS, hereto- fors scld at 110.50. JU50 and JIT 50, will now go at H.50. ti.X ami 15.50. LACE CVRTAIXS. Portieres. Pictures and Easels at your own pri.-e. EASTERN CLOCK COMPANY, 186 Tenth Street' An Elegant Line ' of the famous Edwin Clapp Fine Shoes FOR MEN A complete assortment of Ladies' Shoes of the very best makes. Durable heavy Boot? and Shoes for laborer. tar (Ml An John Hahn & Co. 479 Commercial St. 18- Fall and Winter -97 DRESS GOODS See what we are showing in the new styles. Our new samples are comim' in everv tlav. ALBERT DUNBAR Agent Butterick Patterns NOBBY Green Shoes COLUMBIA SHOE CO. TODAY'S WEATHER. Fair weather, fresh northerly winds. AROUND TOWN. SUNDAY. We want a religion that makes the happy home. Best meals 10c, at Casino restaurant. A. E. Morris, of Portland, is visiting in the city. Cucumbers, very cheap, at Ross, Hlg gins & Co.'s. Fine cabbage (or kraut at Ross, H!g glna & Ca'a A't the bowHng alleys yesterday C. H. Cooper scored 48. Groceries at the lowest prices at the Pacific Grocery Co. Lemons at great reduction at Ross, Biggins & Co.'s. M. F. Kady of Portland is a guest of the Parker House. At J price Mi.se.' and Children'. Tan Shoe. Colombia Shoe Co. Mr. A. B. Hammond left for Portland last night on a business trip. An elegant line at Little C.eriU' Shoe Just arrived. Colombia Shoe Co. Ask for sample of Chase & Sanborn's famous teas, at Ross, Higgins & Co.'s. 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. A. P. Bradbury, the Portland cracker man, was in the city yesterday as JoTiy Mr. J. E. Furgcsom, and wife yesterday returned from a three Weeks outing at Tillamook. . Invitations are out for the marriage (bis week of Mr. A. A. Cook and Miss Kate McCue. The large train loads of rails and ties passing through tho city every day for the front look very much like business. Suits to order, m" r a frnm A I .Ml UP Pants to order, frnm AJ.UU UP ..FLYNN, the Tailor.. L.ltinorj- uiut CljcorM.. Our Hntlrc Hlock Muni Ho !"oKI PRICE NO OBJECT AI.FVMS from ix.ts up. MIRRORS one- fourth their actual value. LAMPS almost given away. The Amor. can Wringers at their artual cost, etc., oio, Pi:i.IXOl'KNT iTSTOMKRS nun; set- Uo oi or before S ptomVer 1. T!E Astor House!; cle;.n and a ry roofs Rates, ?1 Hti.l l.'J'i a iJ.iy ; )enU. 'J." etn. Pileher & Taylor, Proprietors! .'ml is o::ly another nssuranc that con ruotlon on the rallr ad Is Wkig pushed very rapidly. Ashiiuid peaelks. Ba.-tVtt p?ars, silver pmnos. choice applf. ct?.. etc., nt Kosjs. i Higsins & Co.'s. Xew style hats, latest blocks, at C. H. Cooper's. The d.mo. giv, n by the Y. M. I. List nisht was well attended and all had an enjoyable evening. Miss Alice Munseli, resident optician, office in Shanahan buildlr.s. Hours. t to U and 1 to 4. P. J. Meany, the leading merchant M'.or, 137 Tenth St. The highest price paid for fur skins. New clothln? of the latest and best material at C. H. Cooper's. Ashland peaches cheap and good; also a large supply of other fine fruits at Ross. Higglnj & Co. Bids for the purchase of the lumber in the grand stard will be received at regatta headquarters. Mrs. Grlder, of Clatsop, was brought to the city yesterday and taken to the hospital for treatment. There will be a free concert and dance every eight at the Logan pavilion at Sea side until further notice. Laird, choler A Co. S5.00. 5.so and S.OO Sboen; your choice for 10 d.r. 3.98. Columbia Shoe C. Fancy goods and furnishing goda, reasonable prices, at C. H. Cooper's. A heavy forest fire was raging yes terday afternoon on the hills south of tho old Uppertown brewery. Charles Bralller who was committed to the Insane a.-ylum from this county December 3, I'M, died August 21, 1OT. Special ale of flne fruits today at Ross, Higgtrjs & Co.'s. Ashland peaches, Bartlett pears, silver prunes, choice ap ples, etc., etc. Larilra' Tan and Ot,looil Oxf.iril., ag.oo eat to i.iki, 3.n cut to l.BO, L.ird. Schober C. a-t.oo Oxford, rut to fi.iMt. Columbia Shoe Co. The last Issue of the Alaskan Miner quoting an article from the Astorian says It hopeg that Astoria will succeed Li establishing a steamer line to Alaska. .Tim West, the Chicago barber end master of the tonsorlal art, has his shop opposite Kopp's N. P. B. When yon want a good shave or hair-cut, give him a call. 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 ' ahead of anything ever made in As toria before. The ladies of the Jr. E. church will hold a social and lawn party at the resilience of Mrs. Mary Ross, at the corner of Hth street and Franklin avenue, on Friday evening, Sept. 3rd. Mrs. Andrew Young, John Bunk? and ulfe, Fred Croze), Young's river; Dave Keefe, John Days; W. Watson, Olnev- Theodore Chn.'l ns, Walluska, were in the city yestei'i-iy. I Mayor Taylor has Issued a call for a special meet tig of the council to be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon to con sider the extension of Commercial street and other matters. The Commercial s r-et ex?rion mat ter, which will be taken up and probably disposed of by the city council tomorrow atternoon in s -eclnl session, trtil doubtless prove satisfactory to all concerned la the matter. The transportation companies Manufacturer's Final Sale! Timo i- moii.'y V. mas ;unl -ell o,.,u! at ti... Miw 1 ii.'lf-ali' I'ii-'ii.-- !. ai w'- :.!!. riv. ( inly -i t!- s ni' . !.'. S.i i. i ili.-r I. 'tuiuiH r.'i.il i,iiu'--i'.ii!i! !'..- rriail .i.'.il ai!.i ili'llN ! I! a v a now tijinii i'.i Vim fan '1!V 'ii'i-v.r.-i' W. W. KIMBALL CO. L. V. MOORE, Representative S:hlussel s Old Stand !io all .lilf i ron.-r .irr.ifici .1. u is un-'or- t.H.l. .i:ii! it is N Ii, vul t!-.:i: :ho v.'ry vst nn-li-xl of solMiti tlio prol l. m h.ii As 1 have sol.l my oosifootioit. ry 1h!:--i. ss i:i this , ty. I ,!! K.i: s;.:,.m-h-r 1. Those ha lr. uiis..tiK.I aooou:.! w.th tin- will kln.lly sot.lo im this . k "ul 1 oMic. O. I!. Smith. Tho now Uim N nii: built ! y t'.o Wont SIuro Mills Co. w ill nrob.it.iy I , l.ii.nch. .1 f.-xt Thiirs.l.iy. T!)o now Iiu.iiini; J.vk and rivulway nhro the barKos will di. oh.itvo. aro all but coniMsl. Ono ma:: In tho Palouso o.tui;ry bus ttinud out this soo-ion II.V'.H.i north of j :t.-.it. Ho told Jim Oisoy. tho Milwau- I k-e ravelins pass. npor acont. Una that i was a fo"1 nough Klondike for !ilm. ! J The Columbine yesterday otumid I. ov j Xo. i I: and 3. The weather was to,, , thi.-k to 1) the wwk outsul. -est,.r!uy. but the trip to the south will 1 made Jlot.day mortiinit if the weath.-r Improves. The steamer Or-e.m arrival down from Portland las: nUht a UM o'obx k and cimniriio .1 toaitmi: 1v",ki f-t of 1. mi le r l-inir shlppi-l by the I'latson Mill ; Co She will .,; for S.tn Frin. is. o Mon- lay morning. F. C. Savaite trawling agent for the Omaha road spent ye; onlay with his Astoria fri.-r.ls. He was too busy to tell wheat stori- btr said that th- iimah.i" wan carryir pi,-nty of Oregon fruit to the ast-ra stat.-s. Congregational church Preaehlni; by the pastor, morning theme. "The Only Sin Cleanser." Evening tooio. "The Dlf- f.-rv-nco Iietw..-n tho Sinner and the Christian." All ,.re welcome to worship with us. E. S. Bollinger, pajitor. L. S. Dobk-, Ethel A. Coter. F. C. Sav age, F. C. Hageman, Walter J. Wilson, E F. Davis. Portland; R. A. Kutvc-r. .1. W. MrKlgunn. S.11) Francipco: Ira P. Good, 9t. Ixmis; John D. McGowan. fas cades, are registered at the Occident. Will clew business at Commercial street. A. oria, In a few days. Anyone wishing to purchase counters, shelving, spool c.'uws and other goods, e.ui have them u an Immense bargain, persons owing me. and can. will please call and settle, and all who have not the m.ans neel not worry. Friedman. Commer- clal street. t i The Ocean Wave leaves the Telephone dock for Iiwaco and Flavel at S a. m.. Sunday morning The steamer T-lephone leaves Portland at 7 1. m. Sun.b,y mom- Ing the Znh, for Astoria. Returning leaves Anoxia for Portland at 7 p. m giving the White Collar line thr-e bonis out of Astoria Sunday ,dKht. Mr. J. F. Hamilton, secretary of the T.-nlted State, civil service boarl of ex- amt.TTS, give, notice that the civil ser- vice commission hay ordered an ixamin- ; atlon to be held In Astoria October !d, j commencing at H o'clock In the morn- ! Ing, of applKenls for pcetltlonK In all grades of the customs service. The ex amination Is open to all reputable citizens of the I'nlted States. J. W. Casey the popular traveling pas senger agent of the Milwaukee ra'lroad was In the city yes'erday, having Just returned from the sound. He had no bear stories to tell but sold that everything In Seattle Is "Klondike." Half a dozn river boats are V-lne constructed there which will be shipped to the Yukon In sections. The merchants are making more money than If t.hey were dlgiring nuggets on St.-wart river. A new liver service has been Inaugu rated between Astoria and Rainier, Ore gon, Including all Intermediate landings. The fine steamer "Pilgrim," Caplaln A. L. Brazee. will make round trips dally. except Suncay, Paving Rainier at 5:?j m., reaching Atorla at i' :30, landing at the Fourteenth street wharr, cd de parting on her return at r.Vi. Prompt time and the best service Is guaranteed for both passengers and freight. Contractor Lebcek, who returned .from John Day's yesterday, says that a large number of people. Including Mr. Keefe and Mr. Parker, will oppose the moving of the school house -0 t j. ,.x.r of spelling a thousand dollars. They claim that it will accommodate more people where it now stands than If removed to Our last shipment to Astoria can't -i.i till iniv ai.- n.. . :'. M l- I- i'il): !!ir lliauii nr. !-. w a- i ! i -I ; ; ! ii iu- . . ! ,:io:i ,i- ; : :.. r H..n .11 l .n . .. :.-..-r il I, i. t .n.-r r . ! '.v.ir 1- l k. lv t u :iii. t.y iViii : 1 i!hi w Tlu-to ;' -'.ii-t In :tr ;i' : : -- ,tn.I ,i -t.irs,l. T'- - ::,.-., v in :s :.,. h .i ;. !it1.i. il !o o to A!...k. 'riii:i.'..ty. :ii',. r t .:i .1 . tii. 1 1.- .iith.-r -urn .it I o'ol.H-k i-:.rli i.. oii.iri;.. -? I'M.o i ' t ; i , .in.i . Sou- i. .ris , .-r-' ; to 1 a !y r.ort j:t.,r.i:;: . t. V.-,- K..n.l k.-r i.tk,- ,:.r lo ..li.l :! J. 1 .It h.r i- ...nsi.!.-ral'!' 1 a.-k ln:o X'-!Vi. 'I !:. . .: i" .1. -i th.-ro nl! r K: 1.1 ay .ii- i": kl . ;rt ..utv H II 11- r. t. !i i as .ltt.-..l.-i by t'i , 1 f It... ,- . ttm ;.i ip ll.iy.d a: n !:i.-h Jli - ': tif-t ;.-:z . i:, nia.i t:..- .,-., n,!. .m. er.; lr. lluruott. I1 !.rv. . '.. It l,.. ' K. Voinf. John Vrirti;. '' 'Ail-.:.. !!. I!.,. ! 'inly 'r.it.K'i.'. b'H. -X.'llio Sliermim. llarri. !.,- . . riy p.irt li.-.irts w.-i V- !.!- .!' rtr.ati Mt 'A !! S .. r-.- til.'s,. :-.-s.-n: Kin (i. 1". S. A S .-i tn . -v J l is O-irru'li.-r s. ... T'.,- M -s.-s -u., X .:1 I:-. I. Tali mt. K'.i'.- I'pshur. May Voiirtc. Amy I,. rn.,ii. J.- J.-w-tt. ri.-n l'!iii"r--. I'l.itiK, l.-t-r;n.in!, born. I.a tr.i. I'.en, Tut and Maml- St.n kton. u ;.-e. 1"! -ik'T ti.th. i-lic-i II. il . Frin.-i- ! f ! !.-n A I iri;.- num! r ( ul t!ie r.-it.l.inee of M jii.-s s as-.-mble l I'tiinc-r Kralav . v. nit. it to witn. s the bl.-.tnlni; of a lar.i eaotus la.-.t. The plant is four years old. and pnhn I that evening thro.- l..rg.- li( e bbn-soms which were Kreatly admir-d as It In a rarity for tl-.-se pl.tr,ts to have more than one Koom at a time. Another oaotus. only a , -v"tr ' l,l'"mi ll"'l ''' w n"''' " wa "' the perfume f thes.. :t range plants. Tomorrow th. blooms will ilisapi-ar ami r-w ones will take their place in twnjther year. Mr. l'tiinKr'i ii,M,-r atory Is llll,-,! with m.uiy li-antiful plants. IneliuMng oienn ders, w ax plants. In.-s, etc. ! IHjXT 'iVfl'.I.onK IT. Or You Will rt.gre Jt l!,lt (i,,e, That Will I.- fr Ail Time. and If you nam or ever expeot to own a first class Ins-runient. th- .t,n, money and brain can produce and such , can be h;tl at our manufanurcr special sale without a dollar's profit to ilSiy mMW m:m tto fuLml Mljn(lfly morning at 4i Bond stree, SehlimM-M's old stand. Every one of this numerous shipim-nt of e.K,m, .,n.(W .. ... will be .vdd In Asioria this w.-ek at pric-s which we will not duplicate and which no other manufacturer 'an diipllc-ute and this store shall be v.viint ami for' cm Saturday nbtht, 8.t. ith. T-rms on ; p,.., ,: to ,V) f;uh a,,, u.ll!ince f,0 10 H3 r-r month. Organs J10 to 13 cash 'and Jl to ID er month. Old pianos and organs taken In part payment for new ones. jy W. W. KIM HALL CO., V. MOORE, represemtatlve. NOTICE OF MEETING OF STOCK HOLDERS OF l-.XinX FISHERMAN'S CO-OPERATIVE PACKING CO. Notice hereby given that there will be a meeting of the stockholders of the j T.'nlon Fisherman's Co-Operative Pack-! Ing Company held at the office of ya ' company in AHtorla, Olai'sop county, Oregfn, a half pat s ven o'clock p. m., j on Saturday, the eleventh day of Sep-i tember, 1W, for t;. puriKwi of consider- ,h'' "dvlsalillltyof lnere.-iK-,g the cap. """'k of said corioratlon In the nmount of WMiM or any part, thereof ' 'hat may ru m exsUemn to siild stoek-i holders and of taking such attioi,, In r.-gard to Increasing said capital stock' as to f.ild stockholders may appear ad- ' v sable. CHARLES WILSOX, j Presldn.i of Hai l Company, i Attesj;; KOFU3 JENSH.V, I S-.-ret.iry of said Company. ! COME ONE. COME ALL, COME BOON OR NOT AT ALL. This, is not Intended as a Joke but on ihe other hand may prove a very serious ! matter to anyone who p!'B,.g lt tr llgnt- ! ly. H is Intended to Impress upon every, j one th- grea Importance of acting, ,r0u ly and decisively If they want to save lloo to in the purchase of a plaTio an." who have nny Idea of availing I 'ia ms.-ive. of the in,prec,,b.nt -l oppor-' nuilty of scouring n first class ItislrmniMii from the mitiifiiotitivrn right at ilu-tr wry iUhr fur h-e than ,vil ariide liiMrumcnl omi he bought for n rvmll. Tills I the lii.M shipment which the Kim bull iv- iln lnrn.'l miuitifucfuivis In the world will sell In Astoria nl nmiiiifnwiir- ,T pi lis llllil till" will- Will ctnan Satur day Sept. (Hi. an ynu ni-v you have tin 'ilnti' in liwi'. W V KIMIIAt.l. CO ISy l V. MiltK. ivrvnninMvi. S. hhi-i-i'irt t 'I.I Stand. I I-' A MATH'S IN l;lo JAMIIIKO .. Vili. Au:um :'s v wi'ii'i-il tnm Ul.i .I m. ho in (In ller.il.l thai many tana,!.- b.i.i.U h.-i. aii. .. .I in ,t.i"I.t '...!.. M It.' t.r ail- i. . i nr.. In mi - ""' "';v',lai; ' l i I -. I III :l l'U"ll.l lU'K m AKii. ! ; I'm ml. a. i u..n.i 'i .i i .iM. v. !. . li'..l. A ' i K ' : -i : . . i en ii uir. r . ! :l .M'tni,-. r'l. a.l , I... .1 1:1. .::l;us . N'. i'l I. A lit. U 1 1. ,ii. .,, ; i , .1 i .1. . 1 i.-.l nor h . '-'.I. Il..l. I'l.'ill.' .'.MM. II. .! 'i i n r. n:-i iNiiiXAT in i Ai!.ii-.i .i;y ili,--it. n-in . !,i nic o.il . Ill l.i; . i':,:.-.ih.i T...1 l'!.- ll-tl. I" l';ll 1'U-ri no ion of ilu- twit- ilr.K tl"' I'l.l- li ' i roiii Sail I'iiiii- ! v thi-y .-nl it i.-l.-- j VI III! I ,.. rt.si.l, n; I'ti'tw.? and S.-.-I .-t. cv I M"..C '.tin. '(.. .ul,l am j t1:.- ihl. '..:. o.'iu . ntlon bat !. woal.l to San I'raa- Gold Watch FREE ID Boys, Girls and ...Young Ladies ... a r .. GkFAT AMFR1CAN IMP0RTIG TEA COMPANY'S ...Pure Food Stores... I'.very w ii. li Is a i f. ot tlim-p !. v. -ir eu trainee,! . :i... it. al I'on't ml this op-rtu..t')' to ir.- i " e i.f Hi, . pn-tty w iteb.M fr 1 1 1 1 fid ask aluu It at the 'ir-iit Am. rlea i I ii't-ot rliifc- T.-.i I'onip mv' Purr !i...l -St. -re, ',; i '..inni. r-t il 'r. et, ,i n-in, ' 'r- smi, i Call and wee tne harulsonie w it -be. T. a.s. I'off.ew. Spli-.. ItukliiK I'.nvd. r. i r.xtr.iots -IliKhi-st iUallty. Uw..M l'r.ie. ' 10 ST'HtKS IX OI'KIIATIOX. j CHARLKS KAN cs 3C7 Commere. il Street. CO. We will open up with a lane stork of irlental Fancy Gooda, Deroratcd China- warc, Fancy Silk Goods, Etc. Also man - ufacture a full line of Ladle' and Gents' Underwear at reaaotuible prices. Store w.ll Im opon alout September l- ! CHARLE5 KAN tA WU. - - Reading or Distance Glasses 10 00 Eye Glaiwes for 13.28. or 13.00 Eye Glasor for tl.n. Warranted Gold Plated Frames. Make your friend a beautiful and use. ful nrw,,!nt- Wc guarantee a perfect fie hy ma" ProvMlr"r whn V0" ori,ir th f1" oa (uu,w,'r tn8 following que, tl"n,: ,,ow 01,1 KvKT -lnsesT How long? Male or female? GEO. MAYERLE, Expert Optician, 28 Third street. Ban Franclaoo Opticians' and Photographic Supplies. .Tho PHHt 4. HERCULES : Is open to special charter for excursion parlies or river freighting. Dock at Ross, Hlgglns & Co.'s slip, TH08. DALOITY. Leave orders at 214 Bond street Oriental Novelties Japanese Goods I, uiMr i ec ' . . Wlnll Ltt. . TM Comm'-rcial Street Next to Madison's Cigar Statu! .. . I Astoria Public Library READING ROOM FREE TO ALL Open every day from 3 o'clock to SM and 6:30 to 9:30 p. m. Subscription rates 13 per annum. S. W. Cor. Eleventh and Duane Streets. Ladies Who Valuo Hosiery The Famous Vor Boys - - t '"I An clcqant assortment I fast black HoSc l all prices G. Hew Hats and Necu Neckmear J. V. MAR Groceries, Meat and . . . . . . General Merchandise io.. i'iiA!M(i,i! ai:mji: We meet all prices. Call VV. F. SCHEIBE. full llrif of Pip-., 1. .,,', nj -iih Ut i ' .Vll.l. . 17-1 Coiiiiiu-i'klul HI Paints, Oils, Wallpaper THE INDIANA PAINT SHOP Painting and Onlv .-kii ill 1 1 1 k 1 1 1 1 ii t.. lli- !:ii.il:tri ' I !li'ii'Vl i C I'MT1 ii'lll'l' ,s! .:i.i hiii ln.'ii i: H.r by 1 1 i h"iis C. H. CUTMBIRTM, Proprietor. laiXH S'l ltKliT IMI'ltnVKMKNT NoTiri:. Nallie l hereby trivnii ihnt the Com mon Council prop,,. to Improve t)ond I street from the .1.1.. of Ninth .trret l(, , wrH, ln of Mo,.k, ,7 , the city of Antorlu as tub! out a .1 r- ! '"'1-d hy John MrClure. Huld improv.- ! """" ,Q C"""M ut r"" "M 10 the emabll.bwl gradn imd nlniikiiiir the name to Ita full width and established Krado with ww n;l wnind fir plank a. follows: Hald plaik to I. 4x12 lnohm between Ninth and K.fth lr-U, ami Jxl2 Inches i between Fifth street n, si the went line of Z 11:: Z . In ooonlance with the nlnns and SDeoifl- j ration premrI and di.p Mltnl by th. j C.ty 8urv-yor in the office of tlui Auditor iuk! Police Judge, and In conformity to the ordinance. In relation to the Improve mvit of strew. Said liiiprovemiit Ut txi made nt the expense of (lui property liemiflied thereby us required by the Charter of tho City of Astoria. The lands anil premises upon which special assinwrneut shall lie levied to defray thu cowt of said Improvement, tm l tho district embraced thorcUi and the I 1 lo'is, blot ki and premlm s to lm iisw-mso.1, LOMtlChHtnimii be known as Bond Street Assess- 1 men Dlslrlut No. 2u. S.ild district em bracing said lots, blocks and premises to he assessed for said lmprovetno.it aro dcslgiiii,tcd as follows: Higltuiilng on the wt line of N'lnth street at tho centi-r of block 21, riwinlng tlwnc west through the center of Mm ks 24, 2.1. 22. 21. 211, 19, 18 and 17 to the west Itno of block 17; thence norlh along the I West llfio of bliH ks 17 and IK to the Cen J'ter of block PI, thot.re east through the center of blocks lfi. 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10 und 8 to the wcsti line of Ninth street; thence soulh along the west line of Ninth stri-et to the pliun of lieglmiiilnK, contain ing lots 1, 2, 3, 4, block 24; the north half of block 23; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, block 22; lots 1, 2, 3, 4. block 21; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, block I 2H ; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, block 111; lots 1 2. 3. 4, ,''"'k '"' '"(M 2 1' 4- ''l'M'k 17: r, 7, H, Mo k 11; lot 5, , 7, 8, block 13; lots 5, 6, 7, 8, block 1C; 6, B. 7, 8, block 13; lots 5, 8, 7, 8, block 12; lots t, ft, 7, 8, block II; lots S, ft, 7, . block 10; lots 5, ft, 7, 8, block V nil In the City of Asioria as laid out and recorded by John McClure, Estimates of the expanse of such im provement and plums and specifications of such work or improvement, and of tho locality to bis Improved have been dcpowllod by the City Surveyor with the Auditor and l'ollco Judge, for public ex amination and may be latspeoted at the ofllce of such olllijer. At the next regular meeting of tho Common Council following the Unni pub- lication of this notxe which meeting win j Ik- Ik-IiI on FrfliLiy, Se.pti ml r 3, lfe&7, at i the hour of 7:80 p. m., at the el'y hall, Iron Clad Hosc - jNonc DcUcr of bndics'and Misses H. COOPER The heading House of Astoria I EN S CO and see us and te convinced .MtiMitfttt. Inrcr fitiil tctlci In FINE CIGARS! Paperhanging ik j;ii:iri'iilr'i ' rk in I any objectla that nmy be mad.- to such Improwinnnt will 1h- eoti.ldrrol by th. coun. il, and If at th time of said meat I log it rcmiKiMtrmiiV) ng ii t u h Im- prill etnrlll, Slillle.1 by ivuldellta i.f t rie city ownliiK more than onr-half of the projwirty In .old d.strlct. shall b (lied with tin Auditor and I'oll.- Jielgi.. iieh Improvement .bnll not Im ontervl. If at all except by a vole of two-thlnln of ail nn-mlier. of the Common Council, lly onler of ths Common f'ounell. Atlt: II. K, NFIJtns. Auditor and Police Jl-!. Astoria, Oregon, August M, 1SJ7. RAINIER TO ASTORIA IIAINIER TO A8TOWA -KAINIICR TO A8TOIUA-- And Return In On. Pay -BTICAMER PIIIRIM---STEAMER PILGIUM-- A. L. BRAZEE, Master, Will leave Ra.der dally, except Sunday, at 5:30 a. m., touching at La Du, May. trs, Stella, Oak Point, Eagk cliff, Knappu, Clifton, WVntporl and other landings, arriving at Fourteenth street wharf, Astoria, at 10 a, m. Leave Astoria at 1:30 p. m calling a way landings on return. Fast time and satisfactory service guaranteed I73 (Kb) FisKper . Brothers, Lubricating OILS A Specialty ' Sell 4tvijh Ship Chandler , Hard worn, Iron & Stoel, (Via . finx-cru'-' A, I'rovisioi.i Flours Mill Feed, Paints, Oils, VarniuK.. liOCTH .Stipplios, Fairhank's Scales, , Doors A Windows, Agricultural ImpUimentsi Wap;f)nfi it Vehicles. A. V. ALL,IN, DEALER IN Groceries, Fluur, Feed, Provisions, Frulti Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. TsaUs and Commercial streets,