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THE DAILY ASTOttlAN. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SKITKMBKH 15, 181)7.
pSb' 1 1 IB- A ! 1 : C J jam I When you go to Warrenton Don't fail to vlttlt .The bent of W'lnec. 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 Boots and Shoes for laborers. II A S JODfl aiann & tO.! An 479Com:nerctilSt. 97 ' 18- Fall and Winter DRESS GOODS See what we are showing in thej new styles. Our new samples , are coming in every day. ! ALBERT DUNBAR Agent Butterick Patterns TODAY'S WEATHER. Fair weather: warmer. AROUND TOWN. WEDNESDAY.. Never color blazed On any mortal palette that could fling Such golden glamour over everything Aa flashed from Autumn's prism. Margaret J. Preston. Cucumbers, very cheap, at Ross, Hig gins & Co.'s. Fine cabbage for kraut at Ross, Hig gins A Co.'s. Lemons at great reduction at Ross. Higgins & Co-'a. Groceries at the lowest prices at the Pacific Grocery Co. - Elcycc and repair shop at lfia Ninth 1 street Charges reasonable. I Our prices are the lowest In the city. Call and see u- Pacific Grocery Co. Mr. Bert Bat tee. of San Jose, Cal., Is visiting his uncle, Mr. 8. T. McKean. The creditor's sale of the Osgood stock Is attracting large crowds to the store, i Gus Hildebrand and Tbeo. Oleson have gone to the Nehalcm on an Elk hunt. Umbrellas covered and repaired by a practical workman, at 155 Ninth street. Ask for sample of Chase 4 Sanborn's famous teas, at Ross, Hlgg.ns A Co.'s. For roof.ing and tkylifclits so to t Astoria Roofing and Cornice Co.. 34 Ninth street. Lace curtains laundried by MrsT Ras mussen. Leave orders at Cleveland's bakery. Fresh Ice cream and Ice cream soda it the Parlor candy factory, 483 Commercial street. G. Wingate has returned from his ranch and will remain in the city for the win- 'r- , Fall fish are running very light, but It ' Is expected that there will be an im- provement on. In the county court yesterday, Robert i M. Leonard waa adjudged Insane and ordered committed. Take your best friend to the Parlor for ice cream and Ice cream soda. Prl- vate parlors for ladies. At high noon today Miss Hermes and Mr. Kyerey, of Knappton, will be unlte-i In marrtage by the Rev. W. Seymour Short. Advertising is almost ruined by lies. That is why we say so little else but " your money back if you want it" Ask your grocer for Schil- llUgS Best,' if yOU don't like I it. he pays you back your; money. A Schffllns C Cooipaay Sas Fraaciac 4 Suits to order, from $12.50 Pants to order, from $3.00 up up JLYNN, the Tailor.. KELLY & PALMBERG'S SAMPLE ROOMS Llquorn niid Clsnrn, TiE Astop House " ": m& , Bates, $1 and 1.2. a .lay ; Meals, i et. piCher & Taylor, PfOpnetOrS T HAS. KAN & CO o 367 Commercial St ! Dealer In Chinese and Japanese Curios, Fine Decorated China are, Nik Fancv lio-vls. 'Manufacturers of Indies' and I Children's Underwear Gent's Shirts Made to Order. A. V. ll f FN mm 1 Groceries, Feed, Fruits, $ Vegetables, Crockery, ', Logger's Supplies. i Cor.Tenth and Commercial strt. Ashland peaches cheap and good: also a large supply of other fine fruit, at Ross. HIgglns 4 Co. P. J. Meany. the leading merchant tailor. 1JT Tenth St. The highest price paid for fur skins. Miss Alice Munsell, resident optician, office in Shanahan bui'.dlr.g. Hours, t to 13 and 1 to i Ashland peaches. Bart'ett pears, silver prunes, choice apples, etc., etc. at Ross, Higgins & Co.'s. The Rev. J. J. Walter has returned from Corvallis, where be was In attendance upon the Methodist conference. In the Justice court yesterday John Carlson, an enirlneer. was 1ned 115 for assault on the person of John Gustafsen. For pure country milk and rich cream, of guaranteed cleanliness, patronise the Excelsior dairy. W. J. Ingalls, proprie tor. W. S. Edwards was busy unoladlr? three scow-loads of lumber and loading steamers with outgoing shipments yster day. Go to the Parlor, successors to C. B. Smith, for pure, sweet cream and fresh creamery butter and buttermilk every day. Testerday Mrs. M. J. Badollet filed suit In the circuit court to foreclose the mortgage given by W. O. Howell to H. H. Ingalls. A stock of new styles In fall millinery sacrificed at the Great Sale of Cohen's stick, 4f1 Bond street corner of Eleventh street. ! Captain E. P. Parker has returned from hi." Walluskl ranch. Irvin Kruptka and Mr. H0"kenxmlth killed two elk in the valley. Special sale of fine fruits today gt Rm, Higglj.s it Co.'s. Ashland peaches. Iiar.lett pears, s.lver prunes, choice ap ples, etc., etc. The prosperity of Oregon farmers has alr.,j1,l a ,.l(,se, &1ilors' wages have aivan,.t,i and eV(.n Astorla reaI eFtatt .as taken a turn. ' M1,s M;ie Lj.nam who na Wn v,.7,lns Mjsf, Pe.,ri Hwn w r(,turn t0 ,)r h(,m(, ln g;in j0S(. CaJ on thg Coiuml la this morning. The weather bureau reports that hops have fx en badly damaged by the recent ral:.s, but that rraln wu not so seriously lnure aH W8, fiurKlsrr(j. Last chance to buy dry goods at ! than half price, at the Great Sacrifice Sale of Cohen's stock, 4J1 Bond street, corner of Eleventh street The in ricow bay have established private gymnasiums and athletic fields where they are preparing to enter the " ' t!,c next regatu sports. It. C. late editor of the Evening News. Is making a short visit in Port land, I'Hin his return Thursday ho will lit- associate! with the Budget. It Is expeetrd that the Manzanlta will be ready for duty again on the hist of the month, and rumor has It that her trial trip will be a memorable one. wuHaZnry .. FickeMt. Portland: H. Anderson, Smiths Point; J. D. Eaybs, gaH Iake, registered at ' the Parker House yesterday. C. G. Pslmhurg, the leading contractor of Astoria, Is prepared to do nil kinds o: Jobbing and building work. Dunne Mivct, between Tenth and Eleventh, Owptnln Claude It. Kant horn U rHN). Ing from his Injuries as rapidly as could he exiwctrd. He I still unable to read and will not to able to sit up for another week. Mr. Tom Kecgan ha gone to his home at Uttt. Fulls. WaahTngtjn, whore his father Is very III. From there he ex pects fu iro on a visit to SontUe and the Fast. Do not forget he tea to be given at the residence of Mrs. C. I Houston by the Ladles' Guild of flmot church. Thurs day afternoon, from 3 until &, All are cordially Invited. The Astoria tOr. Astorian Is credited with the largest circulation accorded to any Sunday paiw In the state ouKile of the city of FVriand. lrlMers1 Ink of August IS, iss;. When you want a real ll'e-Mke and artistic photo, don't fall to call n Snod grass. The work he e turning out n j ts ahead of anything ever made In A toria before. Saturdiy the Janitor of the municipal ; court put In extra chairs, dusted the benches and judge's desk for the irn. i that never came off. The court room Is still slicked up. At the bowling alleys yesterday Mrs. Normile scored 44. Mrs. 8tlne and Miss Gilbert each and M. M. Plcken made 56 In the Manhattan game, and H. Wise made U, the high score for the men. Trie young ladies' sewing society of the Swedish Lutheran church will have an auction and social. In the basement of the church, next Saturday. September 1?. at S o'clock p. ro. Everybody Invited. Silk waists, silk dressing gowns, silk wrappers and silk skirts at price to close regardless of value, for the next 10 days. at the Great Sacrifice. Sale of Cohan's stock. 4S1 Bond street, corner of Eleventh street. Chief Stockton believes It will be well to establish hose stations on the hills in the vicinity of residence property, and the matter will probably he placed be fore the city council at the next meet ing. The r.tllroad track will he completed Into Knappu today. The contractors are rushing the work as fast as men and machinery can do It, and It Is prohntde that before ttiov dies trains will be run ning Into Portland. Mr. A. G. Barker, general agent of the Chicago and Northwestern railway. Is visitor In the city. Mr. Barker hns his usual stock of new stories ftr the boys and will soon have fhe first edklon of the book he is to publish copyrighted. C. E. Kilbourne. V. S. A.: J. C. XII bourne. L. Burke. A. G. Barker, R. D. Jones, Joseph Paquet, E. A. Seeley." Port land; M. P. and C. H. CaJlendar, Knapp otn; W. B. Hollingsworth, Chlcigo; II. S. McGowan. Chinook, were guests o the Occident yesterday. Peter Grant made a short visit in the city yesterday. He says a lors are scaree, as men perfer to work on short' when wages are as good as they are now. In consequence sailors wages have gone up from 120 to J2j and will probably go higher. Business along the Portland wa ter front Is very lively now. The British ship Godlvn, which started down the river from Portland Saturday morning, had not arrived up to a late hour last night. After llghts-rlng Z'ti tons she stuck on fhe Willamette bar y, hours, touched every btr !n the river, and at last reports was delayed two hours at Pillar Rock. The mayor yesterday signed the ordi nances for the Improvement of Bond street and the hitching if nors.es left standing In the srtreets. The ordinance for the Issuance of bonds for the im provement of Thirty-third street was vetoed because an error was made ln the amount of the bonds to be Issued. ! I Mrs. S Elmore gave an afternoon tea ' yesterday to a select company of young , people as a farewell entertainment for the , Misses Elmore, who will leave Friday for Washington, D. C, to resume their ' studies In the Mount Vernon seminary ' Gold Watch FREE TO Boys, Girls and ...Young Ladies ....AT.,,, GFEAT AMERICAN IMPORTING TEA COMPANY'S ...Pure Food Stores... Every watch Is a perfect timepiece; 15-year guaranteed case. Rtal gems. Don't muss this opportunity to secure o .: at these pretty watch s fre. Call snd a.fk about It at the Great American Importing Tea Company's Pure Food Store, 571 Commercial street., Asioria, Oregon. Call and see the handsome watches. Teas, Coffees, Spices, Baking Powder, Extracts Highest quality. Lowest PKi.es. 109 STORES IN OPERATION. Warrenton Is Columbia Harbor Land Co. CORNER... BOND and ELEVENTH STS. Man., on application. W. F. SCHEIBE, A full line el I'lrrt. 1-rawe, sail Smfkrrs' AnMo. -17-4 CoHtttteri'lnl HI. The rooms were handsonicy decorated with flowers, and music enlivened thej hour. Contractor Normile lias compk-ied i:e laying or ;M feet of the new drain pipe In the Mi-Clute dniln.we system. The plle la the Kst of Its kind and Is twelve inches In diameter. IVte.m lunulred feel ' of six and eight-Inch pipe will he laid . In the brunch lines. The Inlit is provinu I very satisfactory In every respect and a large amount of water Is already being drawn off the bills. The British steamer Glenlochy, .. "e ceMmited "illen" line of steam xessels now loading lumtw r In ("ortl.ind fcr the Silu rian railroad. Is the largest ship that ever loaded In the I'oliitnhU river fhe Is 4K feet lonit. fet tx'.im and d'aw IT feet when loaded She Is fitted with water ballast tanks carrying v toti. whh'h can all he iinu"'d "HI In seven bours. Trlide exivinslon Tm'-horse power engines drii her through the wnter at the rate of lnv, knots an hour, day In and day out. and it takes to tims of eoal per di.y at an expense of 11"' to f'-ed the tires under lur three t,g l-oilers. The horse power ear. 1-c increas.il to I.i and , Pag, lot I. block H, McClure's; Xs). an extra hotler furnishes power to thej Charles II. Page to William I. Chb-n-five steam winches for loading und dls- I hart, lot 0. blin k Si Shlvrley's: tl.S'O. : charging caigo. Patent revolvliis derricks I'nlted States to Andreas I. Llllrnas, do iiul.k wiirk at the ex hatches. She suiuh halt north hulf srettun Si. Inwn T. carries a crew of liter.. I" of whom j north range v (mtrnt. are fhlnamen. J' of them Uiru stokers, i S,inie to Margaret II. Ilutto'i, i.mt half : Steam and ban.: stc-rpig Ke.ir. telegr iphl - northweat ijuartrr and hits 1 and . sec : wgnals lu tw.eti the br.dge and engine j lion IS. town 7. north range 7; pnrn. rontti. electric 'ighls and h,-lls. water Same lo Katy O. Stuart, southeast ev.ii-orator and fresh watir l.mlis of o quarter s-cton 1. town 7, north ring ton. e.ipui-ity comili'ti the equipment nf ( T; JMilent. this great fr.-U-ht. r ll- r registered tor- j lieorge Hill to John H and A. M. Smith, i nage is and she will carry from TK'i j lots 4 und i ami 4.' and 44. block ?. Hill s ! to ll.i.i) t.ms of fr.-U-ht. i 'n one trip j second addition to rean Grove; HO. i she tarried over tens, and then j J. K. HIgglns to J. A. Hyland, lots 111! (aektit two Inches of being d.iwn to the I water line. Slv is now binding lumber at ; th- rate of I'A'to feet p.-r d y. and th-' mills c.inni't k' i p p ue w ith her. 1 ! i'.K.U. KSTATi: lit a iMINd. I-irgcst Number of Transfers In M my Months. Within the part f uty-.ight huuts un extraordinarily large number of trunsfi rs hav,. I een filed In Iti-nrder W illianis' ollb-e, which would show to the casual tb server that a mvenu-nt has commenced In Astoria real estate. Following Is the lis: of warranty ibuls: D. K. Warn-n, assignee, to Leila Itee.l, lots H and IT, block 27, III J. V.. Illgk-ins to Frank Hour i, Ms 1, to S. block II. fa.s-'s ad MMo.i; .M Grimes' Grove Lim! Com4iny to Fannie I'rigefraren. lot !;, bl. k lo, tlrlmcs dpv; t'i. I). K. Warren, assignee, to'". II. Hlooii, lot !t. block 27, Casey's addition; :"i. Grimes' drove Iuid Compmiy to I,. Jaggar, lot 'J, block 7, Grimes' drove; TV I). K. Warren, asslgnt-e, sninlry lots and bloi ks. Case's addition; fit cents. J. K. Hlggtn:i to I). T. V.inaman, lot 27. block 11. lots II lo 1.1, blo-k .. Case'.) addition; izl.T). John M. Cress, trustee, to X. J. Fa . ing, north h.ilf southeast quarter section 14. and north half southwest quart, r sec tion 1.1, town , north rango 7 west; i'V). S. I!. Howard to Andrew Voiin. certain tract of land described by metes and bounds, section 3. town 7. north rantce H west; J40. M. J. Kinney to If. Itelnikki, lot W. and east half lot 17, blo- k 22, New A.- toria; JZ!7. C. R. Higgins to U. narber. bit IS, block 7, Flavel center; ll'ifl. Sheriff to Astoria I!tililng-l,o.in As sociation, lots 1 and 2, blo-:k 2; l'.S.KriTi. Same to same, P. is 2 to 7, l.loik 20, and east half lot 4. bio k I A. t,l:V. Sam. to Bam-, lots r, an 1 ",, blo k S: 1.1747.42. Sr.mc lo same, north third of Ins r, pnd r,, blot k I liiwi.w. SlierifT u Ii. K. Warren, s.in.nee, lots 20 and 21, 'ock 107; 1170. Same Ij i.irne, south 7) feet of lots 7 ant1 h, bio-: ii2: jrsio. Same to s:me, norllieast quarter s-ctloi 7, town 7, no-tl range f; IMfi.V Same to J. I.'. Illgg'.ns, bio k 33, flney's aiblltlon, and certain lots and bl.i-j'ta In Ca.-c's aiblltlon; JI0,:Jti. First I'resbyterl.in church of Knappa to John W. Waikor, Io'.m 3 in.i 4, "1 lt 2. Knapiia: ,:,. K. M. ';r;mts to Nellie Dayton, certain lots ln Ocean Grove; 13V). J. K HIgglns to Hc-tor Campbell, lots 0 lo !, bi!.ck JO, Casey's addition; 128. State of Oregon to Isaac Bergman, north half southeast quarter section 11, town 7. north range 5; $100. Matthew Ryan to Norrls Staple, t 2, blo' k2. first addition Alderbrook; $23). A. Y Hammond lo J. K, HIgglns, cer taJn fcucrl of land In Hayview addition; H. J. K. HIgglns to Maud S. Pal ton, lots II to2", block t. ''aHt-'s -id lition; pi). Hlrsm Brown to Mary H. leim nweb r. lot 2, l.lock 31 Tpper Astoria; $1M. Mary H. Imenweber to Mary Nan- the Best... THE CENTER ON THE Everybody Knows that Warrenton values will soon be doubled, It Is distinctly the best property on the market. Fine large level lots, surrounded ty many Improvements, at very low prices. Is It not a tine Investment? lnnutiK un ci' urn! Dealvr In FINE CIGARS! thrup. lot S, block 51. I'pper Astoria: fX'.V John W. Welch to iMnlel 11. Welch, undivided half lot 5, bloek 13. Shlveley's. 15. Mary Mulvany to Nicholas AU.n.i.-f. n. lot 14. block 11. New Asioila; l.'-O Hame to same, lot 1! Mock SI; J. K. HIgglns to NIcMas Alt- nhofeii. lols 5 lutd . M.Hk J. Bay View; M. 8. I. Adair to Neln l'tntl, east hair northwest uuurter lols 1 ami i section j 19, and southeast j'rti r seelli'ii is, low north runiie T; liJ1, Aslorlu lliilldltig-t.onn Assocl.ilioit t.i AlU-rt llrlx. lot . bio, k to. XlcClure s, UOim. MiiIh I It. Powell et al. to Ellen lb rd Kg partlllon deed; fl. Edith II. lelano to E. K. t'olwell. .. i' to IT. Iruct J. Cases' su'i-livl il n of block a. Hustler Alkens; II. I. W. Case, trustee, to Ed th H. Delano, lots and M, trad 1 sulxllvlslon of HiH-k S. Hustler Alksns; li'.'. .mie to same, lots T and :' tract :, sutKllvlslon blink 2X riustler & Alko is. IIW. U. Wlngale to A. E. Beard lot ). bio. k ;ti. Ilolladny Park; 1. William I. I'hlen'-nrt to Charbs II Case's Astorls; 114 l. II Welch to J"hn W. Welch mull, ibbd half lot I. block II. fllieiy ; IV I Stuart Jr. to V. Z FerKumin. pus II to II. block !. Ad.ilr'.; V.. E. It. Ilk-gins to J..s. phlne It. Fergu son, lot IS. block !. War,tnttHl; !ll .Matthew I'.yan to II ('. Hilton, i is- hulf of southeast fjiiiirtt-r section ?. town T, north range H: fseo. ilrlmes' Grove Imd rnmpany lo Jn dalnsford. lot 9. Muck 3. drltnci drove; m "My boy came home fr"n n.-b ioi one tiny wlih bis hnn.l latlly liicr i ni and bidding, and suffering great pili." says Mr. K. J. Shall, with Meyer tiros.' I 'rug Co , St, Louis, Mo, "I ilr- d the wound, n-id applletl 'haml erlaln's r. :, tl.ilm freely. All pnln ciasel. and In a remarkably short tlm It healed wl-lieu leaving a scar. For wounds, sprains, w-llliu-s and rheumatism I know of in, metli-li. or prescription equal to It. I con sider It a household neres.j-y." The Ij and Ifl cent slim for sale by F.stes-Conn Drug Co. A K.'.CNDlKi: IIikiK. The Chicago Record's book for gold Kstki-rs Is now ready. A render of this book will know more of Alaska nnl the wonderful Klondike district than he could bam by months of pcrnona! observation and research on the ground. In compar ison wl'h other works on the subject It Is tlm "Welmter's Ili-t.oiuiry of Alaska," fi perfetg and peerless volume, at once the model and de.pnir of rival publish--! s It tells of the richest and most exten slvn gold Melds the world bin ever knowrr-How they were dlsi ovepsl - Fields yet unexplored Tun years' work si ri aily In sight Where Is the mother lode? The fortunes nlreruly made The mil lions lo be taken out next year-How to get there R, R, fare and other exxpenscs from all poHls INfesllcal hlnts-Cllmate-Oftlc.nl maps Government reports All land and water routes Projected rtUl-rniulK- Mining laws Customs. In brief, nil that Is known of this wonderfdl Iwnd or fabulous wealth. It Is the only au thentic, practical book, official and en dorsed. Aliout WiO pages. Handsomely 'oound In art canvas .Tl"', $1.50, Agents are wnnted to han-lle this vnl liable work. It Is a chance of a life time. Experience Is not ne'--ary, as full jistrucUo are sent and the whole pnople are clamoring for the book. P.e t'r!s from ngenls Just started show won Jerful success. Soles run as high na 20 leooks an hour. Big commissions n.wl valuable premiums fire allowed. Credit Is given and freight paid. It Is an oppor tunity to gnln a competence In a short time. The book Is not sold through book stores or newspapers. Complete canvass ing outfit will be mailed for 20 cei.ts, stamps. To place where we have no Jignnt a full copy of the book will lie Sent to customers, prepaid, on receipt of prl:e. Address, exa-tly, Monroe Hook Company, department K, 210, Chlcngo. l,3,,' ' i.ftiri' r-i- ' ' U. ' e Jt !. , -f tt t... t OF DEVELOPMENT WEST SIDE Fisher'. Opera House. I t list- "siimer, Wednesday, Sept. 22 I he Comic Optra Little Duke til thieo i. hi I tmi le. 1 si ih g. For (lie 'elirtll id AIR. J. W. BELCHER ft) iil vlia; k rlli tut i f Posalia Southern Hepburn I'liins I'i'iiiis 'illirtte Hie l.ttl.r I'tikr Mr. Frank K. Hepburn lire, lut, Ai'Vi'Sll'N . Alil'tl ' M.ilr.-ii n tin ( illrrt 4 ke.rtiel '! 1:1 cat tllll tiiutgs si lirlttlU .V lletil I SMts-l HrmrJr kl.lr I k... Is. IM vnlMl- rtrMNMl I Im II l - a Y'K l li slrf ftiisj ( mim tmmm' yit t lu sssiftw .if l"s ' ficj ko(4J Umkm M mm UU U bl.t. siswl f - h l u till ! h-s ami Inmmife Wsm-w I bril, f4 !. t l-sr a ftnf rtst.rw IVIUM tMiin or 1 trit-y fMtWwalitalot'urf H m siiwl rtMrt f mmm rnr. itti ill h. skill U it. mi lll "4M l'4trll h-ia,s,u.tip -a r( uf lit Voir llrjV flim i..t -ls tl tl.m it.v ! iss ih ws(4 r liss ! ' SM lstl tl ''M MiSi. I- m '-) If usf lT'4111. Mil "IVtt ..! i PHitrM: iei 4l0, e4ll I-Mm 4er untrt'' "U -ctsl (UAfHltl,, H t'H t.i ( ! lOt.M V V-mt ' t f Sll 4!' IIHIH Hrwr.llV lit..'' Of i hlt-i. I lMi. r THE TRIUMPH OF LOVE ! Happy and Fruitful Marriage. aVsry MAN whs wtmM Imtxr Ik GRAM) I a u I MS, ins rut Ttcu. Iht (114 SVrvM 4 the New !isaia 4 Masll. l VtsnsaapBH to Marrlsd Lift, ska r Mild siuss 1 1 PM hi. lies sad ald eukies pll fll, shouls wHu fi our rvndsrful lillls bssk. ratlad "CwspM Man. hood ai H'K to An' to any MraMl mi, mm will viall mm ton. Entirely , In plain mled eutsr. ERIE MEDICAL CO., StAH.5J: 1H7J 1897 I.L'UKICATI.NO OILS A SFrXIAl.TY Fisher Brothers ASTORIA... . Shii lhdntllcr Hiinlunrc Inm ami Steel Coal (iroccrlcs anil I'ruvlsluns I'liiiir nntl Mill I'cctl Taints, Oils nml Varnishes L(Mijcrs Supplies I'air hunk's Senles Doors nml Windows A(rlculturnl Implements Wiiqons 11 ml Vehicles. Aniorla IronWorkH Front Street, foot of Fourth, Astoria. GENERAL MACHINISTS AND BOILER MAKERS Land and Marine Eoifinea, Roller Work, Steamboat and Cannery Work a spe. clalty. Castings of all description, made to order on short noiloe, John Fox. .President and Superintendent A. L. Fn Vloe President 0. B. Pral Secretary Astoria Bavlnsrs Bank Treasurer Emil Schacht ARCHITECT Koomi 317-31 Portland Saving. Hank tildg. Portland, Oregon. ..Ttio PriNt Lnuncli,. "HERCUIeES" Is open to special charter for excursion parties or river freighting. Dock at Ross, HIgglns tt Co.'s .Up. THOS. DALOITT. Leave orders at 214 Bond street sssssssssssBsVV1bssW- it- IKE ASTOHIAN WANT COLUMNS WANTKD. VANTH:n-Youn girl HvIm V, b. rviii, t Ink onr uf ohlidrn tnrt do Htfht tioiurwork. Api'ly ui luv MKN WANTICn. Ilallovnd tutud wiutt.t1 tor tnuii4Hllat McK k. A. A C. It. It. H. uitrr. I.nsT-liish seller bitch pup, rive month, old. Please return to Astoria Iron Works and receive reward. U'HT-llniKh of keys, tld with red lib-. Ihv., lava al A'totUui oinoo. run niT. l-'t 1 1 IUN T.-'I'toi-rooni limiaa In fi,,,-,. town, oil street car lino; II ier numth. Inqulrs at this offtco, Folt HKNT-burnished rmins. an suite or single, by th day or inoM'k. Hotel Tithe, under entlr now tnsnag. inent Ureal reduction In raitsj. lira U V, Porter, manager, Cur Klevenlfc and Franklin. Ft It SALK. Foil SAl.l'. -A si . room ooltaga, lot tOg In), wlih water, edc , within tour l'i k of Coniiiirrclal street. In the if-iter of l'ia city. A rare tbanoe Prlos, ll.wo, Addreas C, Asturtan vftlo. Full SAM: Cheap, an IM, ll lady'. Columbia bicycle. In perrsci condition. Apply al the Aaloiian office ------ - - ' t phofkhhional cahdn r. HHWKIt. ATTOHNKT AT LAW d'i-id rti Hu I t'nu Aatoria, '- s u. II. T. CHOIIIIT. ATTOKNICT-AT-LAW 41 Commercial ttiwat Cheater V. iHilph. lib-hard Nlses, IHiLpll a NIXON. ATTOHNCra AT LAW, Portland. Oregon. H. ts. M and 17 Hamilton llulldlng. All legal and eoe larllon bualn as promptly altand-tl in, Claims against the government a par tially. I. Q A. llOWt.nT. ATTOHNKT AND CtifNakiU'H AT LAW. Office on Hood street, Astoria. Or. Dll O. II. EMTKII. I'llTSKiAN AND at'RGteON (MHial attantlnn lo dlnas of tonM nd surgery. Offlce over P-anstgars stora Astoria. Telephone No. U Dll JAV Tl'TTLK. PIIVHICIAN AND St'ltliEON limce. rtx'tna t, and t. I'ythUn bulldf & tivj Ci.iniiierclal Ht. Itealdenre same Teletihon ! Acting assistant surgetin t' S Ma rine hospital service. II A. SMITH. i'entiht. Room. 1 and 1. Pythian llulldlng. 0Vl C. II. Cooper's Store. Dll. H. h. HENDERSON. Offlce. Kinney llulldlng. Astoria. V Office hours. 7 to a. m.; 11 to I and I to T p. m. Special attenton given to the treatment of Dleaauws of the Eye Chronic Dis eases, and Burgery. SOCIETT MKETINQB. TEMPLE IXUMIK NO 1, A. F. a(4 A. M. Regular communications held on the first and third Tuesday evening et each mo. th. O W. LOCNSIIEIIHY. W U. E. C HOLPEN. Secretary A. v5: C. R. R. R. TIME CARD In I ffcct Sept. H, IN!7. Leave Astoria for Flavel at 1:50 a. m., 12 m , p. m , B p. m. and 6:90 p. m. Leave Astoria for Seaside via Flsvel at 9:30 a. m. and 6 p. m. Leave Flavel for Astoria at 8:25 a. m., 10 it. n. in, 1:30 p. m., I:U p. m. and t:30 p. m. Leave Seaside for Astoria vta Flavel at 7:30 a. in. and I p. m. All the Above '1 i nliiH Arc Daily. Reading or Distance! Glasses $6.00 Kye Glaase for $3.25, or $3.00 Eye Olaaaee for $1.71 Warranted Gold Plated Frames. Make your friend a beautiful and use. ful present W. guarantee A perfect fit by mall providing when you order the glasses you answer the following que.. lions; How old Ever used glasses. How long? Male or female? OKO. MAYERLB, Expert Optician, 28 Third street, San Francisco Opticians' and Photographic Supplies. SEASIDE SAWMILL A complete stock of lumber on hand In thu rpugh or dressed. Flooring, rus tic, celling and all klnfle of finish; mold ing! and shingles. Terms reasonable and price, at - bedrock. All orders promptly attended to. Office and yard 4t mill. H T L. LOO AN, Seaside, Oregoa. Proprietor.