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lilfc HAIL. AMVKlAlN, HUii.i. MUKMNU, AlQUST II, 18iS
See Oar Sale Prices on Ladies' Sailor Hats Albert Dunbar TOPAra W BATHER. FhJT, WnttnT. AROUND TOWN. Ad Ay t St aside, August IStb. Hound tr JS tad TO cents. Ti-kia on M)t at Orlffia 4k Reed Go,! ioihing cheap today tt Qry' Itacfctt, stOT. h saM to a reporter; "My lorOA'aJhqBt for Oh next ten d ays W b that th sraaiher m so toMerafcy hot up th country th whole Inland Vm will have to com down her to cool off. W'r) can. thn for th Regatta, then, you known." h Mt 4 du to arrive In Portland on rJundey. Kach of the cwnpanie Iwa remtilly cMwrtruoted si .mm K-t m roadta to met th ecmTgency induced jthnWh clearing th UnAxr ftn lh fenmeOvk.1 prvxunlty df th river and th neoeaaty fur ba ulnar from a kn( dtaranr M rb interior. The steamer Astorian, owned by Cap- to r cwravt, th fact to r-vaMeJ tain Parker, ha been undergoing ex-1 tolit ,IoB j. c. TruWnger. of this dty. traalv mir work mod to now In con-; fcd dMIVMll, iy Xl ij oper dtUon tor ewvWe. On tfctturday or Sun-lUMr at MtUro ,vrr eon- day next. ah will be kueenvd from ! ttu,1vJ ta ctatsop county. U being lo. I di.UftiAOb ii villi frilKD. Continued from page one. di aa iMmmint fur iny return, and return to tin my a later nour ti .nt. 1 nw.i, pinep, huii cvaauh Mr. Kvd, o eiai very anxwu Hat ;h law b uUnvved. "Are wu In famr u( the season being exiendtd, Mr, lkuwmmr' w m, ut.gr haw uo doe tvia on the AhiikI, and wlm In law iitsauauate "" v-- rr wwl ,h w-lluskl. ThS ww ten or . ' " " ,L" ' : ,' ; ,V7,." torougtu to her dock at th foot of EUshch ! ,,v. , ) on th lolunw. it I Hue J'(T'i to WMt eooka. "th ooly" restaurant Auctton aai tonigh: Gf&-' lUcket oture. at I o'clock at Crab at the NaMoqal Caf tonl(ht. "f 6ouo ai taif prtoa today at Oral RJA atore- " For tha hunBry fenr try tb op V J'ow Bo reauraat. fi r.wua cloanef Crunenrtrk crBed t.jt r""1 ffo San Fraooco. t. out iar money by burin (raJ- bMwar at Gray a Racket ttor. llAjot Frank W. eM ot th Tnird ariilery. Wt Steven, to In a city oa hi way to Vancouver barrack". li oe-ArW.il pelToUt. Mim Haud Liiiiman, ha just amvea in AMwrm man tin bo consulted daSy. at Main 8Ue Kkima. Th Brtth hi( Hahenmann, dlr irom Tokuham on the ewat cnaat of Jin. WB1 tnov up th rtver today and Kiid wth wbeat for her return trtp. street prepanttary to tartMtatln; In th ntpttt axetvi. YeMerday (enooally observed a' a piilw no.Aia)-. in aworoanoe ie pewkunatton of Oovwreor Oeer. to nwvor tr returcrtrn Oresvn vluntera. Toe tnks and ail the puUlo office wvr (o L Quhe a nknber of AMor ana took the mominK train At JVrtland to tak irt In the oUrOoo ta bonor of th ivturnlnf vidler. . . A mre-t A'J'irSful Jam- V jlven at the Kanthorn hall kut nWr ty the Paus-JKer of th Ordur of Vihtoftk. th mvwrioa bein; th dejr;ur of Jp uty 8uprrm OnrniT J. R. aiaMea. A fair Kied crowd was presem and th mtaoc ww furnMied by memberw of th order. Lfcrht rrfhvwnti wrr erd durinc the nifht and a moat enjoyable tlm was swt. It aweor that rb fcent repardmc Mr. Slny DeO connection with the ENroli Now, pUMMied in th AtorUn a ti iy ao. im uroVMRd. Mr. DH I ocoupled with bto own particuear tiianw aod Ms ooatrlbuttoni to th! Awrt pre h- been ntlrly trwul- j Kua vrf tvumary. ThU ratetnent la nmdc lQ JutU to Mr. Dl and to cor. rct th rwp-t erroaua5y published. twlv year aca Th iwd wu ued IV nring tranix'rtiiun untA ail the tktnber in trwtt tmmedtou wt"tiy awa vonmmvd. Mr. TruKinavr liwuv m now ow on Oraa river, hut l ljuwt kU Av rhe reason that Ra trecxlon po-r f tneullktent for the tKvy (radea. VERT BUV WORK. RA-rvMlna; OrtWvr Rt"rt Uttl iNitr.-ti-j .Ymonc th Tounv Ma yf Ator. Uu n& are yutr.)' runmiif .r and a nv a tAb.-ry reitu.auon nmtni with iroiavy be arraiifol. llr. n' uon. r.vu.a.'.on ixhiiJ wily tie rU- UiM thtvun a lr-tlatl mandate. A (eullojuut who M iorovm lif iMid aa to m inditoo inotwtry frwn an out. o.fu aouiv, aid: "11 at an unuaual Ovoureno to hav th tKt-t run wUoh bua ctMnwtrrtied tr year Th An to, tti nh hav Gtvr ascended tiv river. Th U well UfnamMrated In ib poor howtng nuvl avtww tend band, where, virtually, notn. Ii baa been i. Th ntute hulJ bwv a tian oonwuhMioner who would th haw vhOuid t io ounitruoted aa to vooXr alt ntvnamry iecal auihortty u tmi to JUeuteuant Rubei W. CWlliw. who tut deta;ed from Vancouver ba.-raca w e-tah a reoruitinc -"' 't allv. to 1h. ovx-on. and rtt m expenenw'.f ucn miuv7 m iliHbnf men woo feel aertovuly noua"h avroved at th It inoumrbeot iwoad on a aaoffhtertn crut. When een t-r an Aocln rtfwewitilv laat "I'v ordy vxrted on man up to tn tim. aHtioura 1 bav now had my offlo hpen twvecal days, t ent hm to Van. couve.- y;rday. He fa" l"" XaKo.ta I. Tanoadol and rtated that h bad beta employed a a nxxorman br Wanted Hfty men for baBaattn As toria CbiumWa River Railroad. WaC r.Tr. board HM. Aw!y to Northwest Cco?;rSion Company. FUvel bulkSnf. Tiragt, t olrrte, by II Kate Laaijmian. Don't fail to lmtw thla oprortunr.r of ieii"r enrer t mart otwt of S ceota. Main 8treet i'.iiil furthef notiw . th ateamer Baiev SeKxert wfll leave Aatorta. Sun- daw at J p. m.. Instead at Sutuplaym. Xo odier chart? ta ached -Ac wrffl be in- I"rwU.wt MvKtnley'a awt valL or until 1J. A man vwtted me two or three day am and exumwxd a deair to ro to The totr Aunti crossed out yesterday xio. but oa InveaticwcK'n I dJeoovered ftr Gtuya hartwr t'h a r k laden bars ltttU h Favvu.y been dtsoharred ! . " ' - inm .uf auw; .vm . th round trtp between the two porta , j 0nev-m how- ibo same daj'. Sh Is equipped 1:h au- fVfT ,nJ ,0 , flltT .no toniutto twnng gear. Th brse, when ; ia(l ttye specttied for my recruit, fu.ty taden. carry about tor of i k taw jKu. but they are handled wtibout th i slsshtest difficulty. The Stampeon returr. A "OR.WETARD STEW." ed latft night, haAin an empty bars tn j tow. ' How the 9".mn Vernacular of a tVir er Ended a IVwr SeatU Man Career. ' txtend th Urn to th requtdt xtnt upon tne tu vevur. It I ev ni undvtaiat wr.. ih at Tr are to tealotaity In ravor of th cns; law, n wt (tv ttntn an i opportunity to mak a douM onslaught th lit tt of September, when th season strain mn. I am satetted that both, ilr. ReeJ and Mr. DvMrdmao are heart Uy In favor of exienJlnf th tlm to tnibT ah. and well work vigorously to that end. harlns; tn vWw. u( coura. a sttnr arart In the aprlrsr. Th at!ln aalmoA la a llvoty f.tw aral wxH (O away Up to lb head waters of th U0 rumbJa or 8nak river. Hut th Alarum ftl ttw salmon that are so badly wanted at Tw LWIw-ar slow tnawr and naturally never reach thou iotn. Klv dwya al-d to Auvutt lAth woul mean thoust.itla of dolkir rr the punMi a Axtortuna. Buy Your.Goqdt 'S . t ' ' ' and Vote for Regatta. Queen. SHAN AH AN A-r th ;reet railway .xmpttiiy. II a a erwotted tVir th full term kt';ed In JTrA Uen't tVxjbU nratd tvlts. tailor mad: best qualsvy sat Utetts, worth H: cow. per suit M W Mn- all we 9.ooh Twssd; noat pat terns: ImlUn etoth llnsd and wn sswed; worUt 1W, per suit M M M-ei's tine aM wool worsted. In new sty rvaywcwi. ttaltsn etath Bnd, wMh at.n piptnc. worth 110 JO, per full .... Vt have a An Una at all wl tailor mails rloihea to I1LM per suit ; w save estimate the 1 u m"'r 00 ult- Fl:wtrac Is an pack frvait suv tljrurea a the reporter j Hoy's I ras' Vasts luR. wool nasal, mere, btnr sailor collar, Irlinmed rttt silk braKlj a wry aa suk; per suit. HI lloy'a all wool Ul.My Hull, wtih lanys ii.or ndlar. roniMrtallun at ctotb anl braid trt n oed, per uH . M Tt Hay's Oouhta lra4 8uH enloew. nary, black and tcin; a ud stra wilt tar a b7i per suit tl.b) IV.y's all am Tweed Suits, sfwhily pat lorns: lined with Hsnsn rith: all airivty sew -d; good value for th money asked; per suit ,.HW I.IIm" CaJIco n'rappsni of Indigo Ww; Id akirta, aaiat lined: gofcl nH IW rood qualltv wNv wtmsnsd: ruU twrgaUl, per gannsai P-r war at os t lfnla w rsppsi a, trtdlh akin; a km bsat quality IV-! Wrapparst suvs rtAitea ruffle; netly trtmnwd. nin II 0; now U.S All our Tto t.l's' Bhlrt Watota. aw beat auallty pr.al. rdu4 to kta tAlttr' Vhtt rVtrdUfO Mklrts lap smna and dep km. aeh list UdW' Maseot Kid Olovs aiw th bssti a kenp than repaired for Ma atexh fr of ohanr. The lAdlea' AM Socaety of the Sorweg. laa E-rairei-al Ltftheran church will bold Its annual aucdoo ax 0Brn'a ba, rppa-town, at I o'clock, Thursday eveo . tng, August IT. Quite a tun o aUmoo came Into the rtwr yesterday morning. The boat fish, tag abreaat of the city all made catches ra :ring from 60 pounds to a half ta. The seins and trap also got tbe r aha.- and some extraordinary catche were uZids ccsr iri H monaor. Most of the elners quit work at noon in accordance wkh the law govern lea; th oiose s - i son. One gemetter la said to nave cases 78 ealmoa In one drift afcrea: at Astoria earry yes-.erJay mornlna;. The Mi ap peared to be mostly On the Orrroo sidr of the rtwr, lb bote ashing on dt Washington side delivering only mod. ate oaorbra. wxi enab to obtain from the dirt-rmt out n.-rtos yeMeiOayi lutita lUvtr I'kt Asn-luton..mo hrrm,-n' ivoiiTutlv riot. io.. Ilml ' Columbia River IHb-knuc Co. H i II I A. H otrt IV-k.ng t'o, 2100 1 P. J. M.Vtortn A C'dnook... JJ'i lllfar K.n-k lv-kir t. li , J. G M.wler t ldo F. M. Warrvn, IVtliUuiet t William Hm ! : Hui-lihet l"a-'kt!ur t 11 . K. M. Wrrvn. riMln UilKn lk. kirtK lU 1 it Aufi-rt llrus lioi Although the shipniest of the 139 wrheat crop has oery Just begun, two cargoes left the rtver for Bumg) this week. The ship Nat una left out Turwiay i.i. . n., .h'.k. .t ww and the 9wnamla Monday. Both wre uuiu wcvwa . " , y - i Walter Smith, who to very popular with the Palace Reeraurant and lu up-r-: rctktfi of the hvixa' dvartumt in that rwsjrt, tts the f lioaing psthe:lc story wi- bs ::i pfc: MM in fie c'y of: SeatTl. j I was la lb dtmtig room service of ' a WAl-ksown cfcup house therv. said J Va.ter, "wDea an emacraJed gencletnan eocered and leonre- statted himsrif at my taWe. 1 tossed bra the btU-of-fare. i TV tVHimbA River Snortare Wi:l be and rsuaxng at it a moment, b mao a Lar-ey tKer.-om by the AU.ka seieteJuo of miik toast. It was th cu-: Increasa. turn among as. wasters then to dosnriate the twAous dishea wlJt scans rsxk-nam ' r faiK-ifJl appeOaUun. wad unthtnk.ng-' We arc jfllinj; tlio Hot Line of .Nforcliaiulien in iho city, nt lri ihoih v than can lo urciiniHtl flst'wIurp.C'all and mo l'f, Shanahan Bros. Tot:tl EPFBtT tVJ THK MARKT. 2 STORES 000030000CCOOOOOOOO STORES 2 takn to sea by Pfcot Staples and were bound for Queesstovn tar orders. At thrto ttm last year wtieat shipment was at a standstill and not more than on or two carwoe lert the river until the latter part of September. Two vessels. ty, I rushed at th cfea'a window, and In a loud and reavrundtna; vuk. ordered a "graveyard stejw." la a Hub It dajwned upon ax tbat th man was k. ly dvtiax wuh ouosumpcajo. I turned T7 ham its, and then fOUowed htm to iu :tmm wher be retired. H neither at nur spoke again. Thatt nLscalevuus phrrase anutdiy preciptOctad hts end. she must b doing a fine bustnesa. teg. Ring's daHy. Main Street Bouse, j 1 The Aslar House Is underrates: ex ten- t Otteans and WJrtd'i Fair, Chicago. Try it. you wia endorse ft Judge's verdict. Sold by tie Foard Stokes Company, Astoria, Or-foe. Th OTnmri.terr t Cbaner'e states that sh will have to stay Friday and flatur- the Kilroony and Brtliwell. are loadrng seva mjmr , A nonnlete he work. Judwlng from ta Portland and one. the DurteMw. to on wllt reataiunuKS wher eh Etvh lan- ie crowds of wnen there every day the dfcvngsisred a. Fsrmeri are more uag to spoken pure and sanpie.- disposed to sen thetr wtma't at the pre- j vaetng price this year than last season. ' FOR THE UBRABT. Miss Eat Tnwe"i th welWtnown j the Wg-h prke paid for wneat two yeare , business and ttfe reading medium has ar. ago having rhe effect of making the A Pteastng and Prufluble EnterjUremmt rived In Astoria and will bold one of ! formers hoM their wheat, wtrkn mode j at the Reatdetk of Mr. and Mrs. her mtereating test circle Frkiay even. ! the '-' season the hangest for yeurt. j Samuel Elmore, The coming season protnkKs to be dlf-; ferent and there are already many car-. Hintorki make nvs wise; poet, witty; oe In the elevators at Portland ready natural pMluauphy, deep; morals, grave; siv-- repairs, the ceilings being newty; shipment. Tte Durtridg la said to iogio and rtooorK, still to cvptend. 5iered and other improvements made, j (, hot ang out fur T.a and d. and, al. Bacon. ken completed tfito win add greatly to , though this is a hlga charter, rhe will The ladles having in hand the diet Iny appearance at this populer hous. -wort-A new not, 260 fathoms, lead line marked "H. K." license number ITt, on buoy and oa one of the corks, abreast ' MoGowan's cannery, Thursday night. Finder return to Elmore's cannery. Re. ward paM. I . The Lade Aid Society of the Norweg ian and panith M. K. rt)urctl, 1'pper Axforta, will have Their annual auction aturvla.y mn'.ng, August 12A In the old srhooi house. Ice cream, coffee and cake wlH be aerved, AM are cordially Invited. The aueam schooner Brunswick came down from Portland yesterday and aJter l-andjorlng a brief spell, moved out to !sea. en route to San Francisco, via Coos Bay and Eureka. She carried a deck load or lumber, and shipped a doxen China , men from this port for the Coos Bay I cannery. probably be engaged wrtthln a short t.m ; "he PuUlo Library, gavve an "At as she to the only vtMsel in the river. j Hume" at the residence of Mr. and Mis. i Bunu4 E.more lust night, whfch proved ASTORIA'S HEALTHFUL BREEZES. cot on.y a dgrCfui social function, j but a pronounced financial euoceso aa Another IXsringuiahed Buainn Man . welL Who Ownes to the Mouth o'. the Columbia to "Rest" Ilimeelf. Toe house w.ih, roses and sweet peas, gallery, tatTully designed Ex-Lkeutewuit Governor C. W. Stone, candy rAAha, with many Idntred at-1 of W"arrt, Pa,, E. D. Wetmore, of the tra.jtioii, leat to the building the Inter- I fame city, George F. Stone, of Seattle ; elrii app:aruice of a miniature expo- j and L. B. See'.ey, of Portland, are vUBtora sitloo. . I In the .y and guerta at the Occident, j in. i x. fvJ, WM onuor o The party ar in Atoria, wttK k view to evening, and to him was entrusted th Investigating the timber resources of , p:ung, and yet knporuuit duty ut w l Clatsop county, and clandestinely, per- pruprtateJy anrnounetag she variou prr j. o. Spencer, haps, to select a site looking to the erec-. gram numbers. As aa introductory to ' la In the city. The rOaang of th Milng arason, ye. tenlay. and th nwderat aruwirg mad hy th packer's flguivs, suUKsnt'ntrs th predk-tts made by th Columbia river packivs during th entire period, that the pack this year would be murti smaller than the pa1t of lM. u limited a th Water wa. Pamkers hajv been notlfylrf their customer w-.at tt would be an ut ter impnsMbtUty to (IS order cumiaete, the only uueifrlua arising si to what th shortage wVi urtlmsjt4y be. EMhnts were at varavnc as to what it might aiarreKUte. but pmBodons wvre ventured at fnen 50 to T$ per cent. Th shortag will range midway between the hgurrs menrsmed. K was repurted in sum of die eoigrira markets that th run on h tlumlaa river had Improved durtg th pam ten days, but th report were Auvsvd and nut founded on fuota. The pa-k of suckrvea on Iug-H Sound is up to the preent time In excess of b. year output and Cher la no question that when th seasun ends there will b a suns us over all prevtoua eat mates. : Advices from Bittlsh 0iumtaa (how a huwe pack there, reports to the con trary nutrwtthwumdlng. The pack In Alaska is enormous, being the largest ever known, and beyond a peradventur of doubt Ui markets for the next 60 days will be glutted with! wtu profuaeely dcora:ei clasw of ft. I while an art jn, twinL a- Ouwer and ln h ltl. , . 1 . U WIV HKIOVBTII (UTfU i at other pomU. ft to reported that the Ilce of raw flh on the CvtumUa rlvt-f fr the fall pack will be 1 centl per pound, , . - , Only Two Weeks More THE BOSTON SHOE COMPANY Nf xt tloor to the Autumn Oflice, will remain in Astoria. Tho balance of that Stock of fine ...BOOTS AND SHOES... Must and will bo soM then regardless of coat, lor we nevrr carr) any Shoes away. They must U sold. Remember we oro manufacturers and can sell Shoes chciijier thnn any retailer can buy them, so you had better come, now and get them. CALIFORNIA FACTORY, Santa Rosa; EASTERN FACTORY, Lynn, Mass Ladies Pfcsch Kid Shoes, Ladles floe hid Shoes, , Carpet Slippers, . Chlldrens School Shoes, . 12.00 worth $4.00 1.25 north 2.50 25 . 50 worth 1.00 Mca's Fine Calf Shoes, Men's rreach Calf Shoes, liable Shoes, . , . , $1.25 Worth $2.50 . 2.00 worth 4.00 . 25 boys' School Shoes .... 75 worth 1 .50 PERSONAL M2NTION. the Clifton canneryman 1 The State of California, Captain Par sons commanding, wfil arrive down this axming en route do San Franciaco. Be i! tween thirty and forty Italfctm, with St transportation to the Golden Gate, will f ! be In waiting. They go to the Sacra ,;; memo rtver to ply their vocation al "i j salmon fishing. tfcnaiae and return, 70 cents for adults; children under 16 years of age, 35 cents. Special trtun will leave AMorte u I a m., Tuesday, August IS, returning at 1:30 p. m. After Saturday ticket will be miU 40 and M cents. The murfber of cars chartered wtH depend upon the advance sale of tickets. W. C. T. U. annual ex. I eurslon. h" :1 Judee Ilughea sat In his office yestes- 1 day and ruminated on matters In general and the weather In particular. Finally Good Coffee EVERYBODY SAYS SO. Try 4 Great AmericanlnipcrtiiijLTeaCo. Big Presents Free. 171 Commercial St., Astoria. tion and operation of a large sawmill In 1 the exerelses, Miss Tnrnchard rendered the irondiate vtclntty of the mcuth of the Columbia. "Do you corttempiate th construe tion of a sawmill 7" the lieutenant gov ernor was asked. The rpone was indirect. "My friend, Mr. Seeley here, and aho Mr. Ham mond, are the two greatest Aatortan enthusiasts I have ever met My frfe-nd, Mr. Wetmore here, is a thoroughly prac- j spanker procftUmed that Mr. and Mine tital timber man. Tou might draw MuKtsui would Interpret that popular your own toncluelone. As for myself, I selection, known to every lover of elo cution aa the "School tut Scandal." Rounds of applause followed Its mt excer.ent rendition. Miss Hobson vrry a popular suio, which dlxplayed a sweet, OKSodibus and flt-xRle voice. Mhaj Mc Ooricell a vocal aeleoaon fiot lowing was Wail received by the appreciative bearers. The Mies Elmore and Lucas sang a tuneful duett, and Mrs. B. Van Duaen a delightful solo. Ra!reMhmenu were then served before the program waa contin ued. After an appropriate interval, the came here because I said I would when I left your city so abruptly before. Moreover, I had a month's vacation and I fait that I could hardly devote It to ! prettily sang the otoeing solo. Airide barter advantage than by making this trip into the heatthfui northwest." "What Is your impression of rhe Wash ington edmlrristiuHonT" "McKWly to ail right and I believe te will succeed himself. Whiie It looks like Bryan for the democratic ticket. It is too early as to the bead of Hie ticket or the leeues to be dlscwwed. As to mon ey being a controverrtal question, ft strikes me that that point was pretty well determined at the last presidential deoUon. It is early yet tto surmise or theorize. A month betfore the democratic convention at Chicago, we all thought the tariff would be the chief point of controversy, bvt a very fww weeks dhonged the entire situation." THE USE OF TRACTIONS. First Introduced by J. C. TruWnicer and Now Becoming Common in Log ging Operations. Borthwick's scow ia moving down the Columbia today with a geared traction locomotive aboard for the &a.'dem Log ging Company on Grays river. The Brlx's Bros. Logging Company on Deep River have a similar engine en route from from the formal program, which was prepared under the dlToot supervision of Mrs. A. L. Fulton, trior was rrvurti of an interesting: nature to amuse th Verge caonpany in attendance. There were fortune stands and guessing taMea, and prutty prizes tor all who could rightly name the characters in a ol ever y cot ceived series of puzzling silhouette. Among the busteet whom the reporter noted in the trtg throng present were Miss Amy Powell and Miss Belle Trui tmger, who presided over the refresh mnt tables; Miss Lucas who rapidly converted the flower booth into an at tractive and proftt&Me Institution and Mrs. Tee. MJasea Elsie Blmore and Mln. nle Lighter managed the confectionery with eyes single to generous emoluments In behalf of the Mbrary fund. ' The entertainment was continued until a late hour, and th total receipts of the evening aggregated the thttixisome sum of K2.70. The soothing and he&L'ng properties of Chamberluln's Cough Remedy, In pleaa. ar.t taste and prompt and permanent ourea, have made It a great favorite with the people everywhere. For sal by Charles Rogers. Dr. Skinner, post surgeon at Fort Stv. ens, spent the day In the city yesterday. John L. Cartoon returned rrom a vlst to his summer cottage at Seaside y eater day. D. R. MV4, a prominent farmer of Ashland, ia In the city accompanied by his wfe. Mrs. James Foard, of Los 'Angeles, and Mine Mason, of Boston, ar guest of Mr. and Mrs. Talkunt Privates Jones and Calvin and Sergeant Beardsb-y, of battery M, Fort Steven, were vlttm In the fllty yesterday. Judge O. W. Allen and O. W. Alien, Jr., together with Mr. and Mr. Harrison AK-n, will leave for Seaside and Cannon Beach on a brief outing trip today. Finnish Brotherhood ANNUAL... EXCURSION To Seaside on August 131h Special Train Ichvcn depot at H:'.W a, in. Returning will leave Keiislde at 5 p. m. Tick .'t including admission to grand Ml at Foard and Stokes hall, tL Children between I and ten, 25 cents. Military Band will furnish music. Tickets can be had from members of the Brotherhood. Remember, only Two Weeks More. f BOSTON SHOE CO., hat lata. Commercial Street, 435. a4aWaaSBMatasxM1l BUSINESS POINTERS. flour tt U at tho Pat Lriftod Snow Market. Beat U-oent meal. Rising Sun restau. rant, IU Cotnmercial street Our lc cream is warranted to b mad of pur cream. The Parlor, nxt to John Hahn's. Biggest and beat meal at Denver Kitch en on Ninth treat. If cent. Whit cook. Try K. Best California win 10 oenta par gal. Ion. Alex OUbert, sol agent (or Aa torta. Telephone tt Cream Pur Ry. Amarioa's Onset whiskey. Th only pur goods, guaxan. teod rich and mellow. John L. Carlaoo, sola agent, Conoert very afternoon and vanlng at the "Fashion," 290 Astor street, given by Kelly and DavU, th two Irish noble men, Bund ft Nylund, proprietor. Kelley' transfer wagon deliver bog wood to any part of th city on short notice. All order left at Kapf fuml tur store, 30 Commercial street, will ra. celvu prompt attention. Telephoa 044. i Bargain la nw and second Wheel, fromi 15 up. Now and flrsbclaa wheels kept (for rent Sol agents for tfce famous Rambler. Repairs and sun dries at lowest rate. Columbia Blo trlcal ft Repair Co., 622 Bond. Th new Creanery restaurant,' Bond street, near th alley between 11th and 12tth streets, serves th best 2t cent meal ever set out In Astoria. Everything I new, neat and e'.ean, and absolute satis, faction I guaranteed n patron. MOUNT ANGEL COLLEGE Conducted by the Kcncdlctlne Father., ....Hlgh-Grade College for Boys and Young Men Healthful and ettnaottv location (40 mile fnen Portia nd oa th Soy t hern Partita Sprlngfleld branch), Oomtet una thorough preparatory, literary, soJetvino, classical, normal, commercial sour. SPBOLAL COUItflBS ni mat'iomaltfti, Surveying, Drawing, Ort florvlc. Frsnoh, Oermn palli Rattan, Shorthand, Typewriting. TWgmphy, Musto, Anademlo Degrees and Teaviber' Stat Certificate and Dlpionw Confenrtd. Send for catalogue. ADDRB3S The President Mount Angel College, Alt. Angel, Oreg- ViWrVWlnAVrYf Delivered at vnnr I - - THE ASTORIAN... Office, Store, or Residence, Only 60 Cents a Month -a Open Day and Night. ? PALACE 1 ' W., W. Vhlpp1e,troprltst0r. Finest Restaurant North of San Francisco ATTENTIVEl SKRVICB..., FIR81NCLA88 CU18INB.. PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES. 538 Commercial St., ABtorlo, Oregon.