tion, Mr. Huntington, about the Coos IN SELF DEFENSE.
he gaitvj Astorian. BLOODSHED ONTHE RIVER.
HitiastOE Tails. bay and Astoria projects?"
"Nothing has been done about the
Coos hay matter. "We shall not decide to
1S0TJZD EVERY MORNING.
HAL.LORAN &; COMPANY.
AriULSO. '0 !!c Wants to Build to
build to any place until we have been
there, and not a soul of us has ever been
to Coos bay. It is not wholly improbable
that a line will eventually be run to
Astoria, but even that has not yet been
decided on. The Astoria people will un-
doubtedly submit some sort of proposi-
tion, which wo shall merely take under
OueMan Killed: Two Otliers
A Deaflly Conflict on tlie HIgli Seas.
ItKTUJtX Oh" TllIZ HEX SlUi: VTTKll.
Thesealiug schooner Bessie Jlutter, 1 ill
advisement, but you can say in the which recently put in for provisions,
Publishers and Proprietors. Portland, April 2D. Early this
Served bv Carrier, per week.. ...
CASsSntFi: WHAT HE ASKS OF ASTORIA.
paper that no decision will be reached
for some time yet. It would not be pos-
sible, of course, to build the road this
year, oven if a decision should be reached
at once, ns too much time is necessary to
morning a shooting scrape occurred
atDanby, a small fishing station about
45 miles from here on the Oregon side
eta, and again sailed, returned last
evening with a wounded member of
the crew who was at once removed to
Sent by Mall, per month........
wi - get tho metal on the ground."' of the Columbia river between union
St Mary's hospital.
Snt byofMail, one to .
year ....... $7 (V
He Has a High Opinion of "What will you do with tho narrow The circumstances arc as follows:
subscribers. gauge lines?" and fishermen in which two
Parasols. White Goods.
"On the East Side wo shall alter the
At 5.30 last Sunday morning, the
The Astokiax Ruaranteeb to Its rulver This City. men were dangerougly shot It is Jiessie Rutter being about 120 miles
tiere lh largest circulatioii ol any u v. - gauge to standard, and come in over the
published on the Columbia river. Oregon and California tracks, acrosa the known that a party of union fisher- off the mouth of the Columbia river,
steel bridge, using the terminal facilities men came last night to Danby from
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER He Maies a Proposition ftiicli Has
on this side. The West Side road will be
thoroughly fixed up. It never has been
in any kind of shape, and needs over-
Astoria and rumors were rife yester-
day that in case the two crowds came
the captain, Henry Olsen, ordered all
hands on deck to make sail. One of
the crew, Wm. Stevens, grew abusive,
Laces. Plaid Sashes.
Many jeople came in from the sur- hauling. We shall run into Portland on together somebody woud get hurt refused to turn out and heaped foul
rounding country yesterday, to see the
circus, nud the .sidewalks were
Been Accepted the P. fc W. V. road. We shall undoubt-
edly build some additional roads here,
but just what tbev will bo we have not
This is doubtless meant forKalama.
The names of the three wounded men
epithets on the captain. Capt Olsen
went aft, and taking a gun such as Ribbons. Trimmings.
thronged. yet decided upon." they use to shoot seals with, laid it
are Jim Wilson, H. Olson, and Jack across the poop and started in to wash
After one o'clock this morning,
officer Kirby arrested Red Allen and
iMi'OJiT.ixr n.iu.noAi xi:ws. "Will these roads be built by yourteli
or the Southern Pacific?"
"Tho two ownerships are really so
Hamman. Ed. Astorian.
A FURTHER ACCOUNT.
his hands. Stevens turned out, ate
his breakfast, and then started aft, Embroideries. and Buttons.
Edward Freeman, who were booked closely allied that it make3 very little Portland, April 29. Capt Shaver, again abusing Oisen. He advanced,
for vagrancy. S, ci 1 to The Astoriin. difference. Mr. Stanford has no part in of the steamer Manzanillo, says re- as he says, to get the gun. Olsen
Poktland, April The principal
29. the purchaso of the Oregonian railway garding ihe trouble on the Columbia, warned bun that if he made any hostile
propert3 Probably he thought that the demonstrations he would" shoot
The annual meeting of the stock- j topic or conversation here y is interests of the Southern Pacific would that all the men below
holders of the Astoria Iron works will Wood's Landing have quit fishing, Stevens advanced threateningly, when
be held at the secretary's office at '
the visit of the Astoria delegation to
C. P. Huntington. His time making
it impossible for him to go to Astoria
bo protected by myself and Messrs. Hub-
bard and Stillman."
"Will yon bridge tho Willamette op-
owing to murderous demonstrations
made bv members of the Columbia
River Fishermen's Protective Union.
Olsen shot, the contents of the gun
striking Stevens in the groin and
pelvis inflicting a horrible wound.
wMiMttifi i SIBI.
Three fishing boats were picked up JU1, mt.0t his other engagements he
"That is one of the things we have not The night before last a party of union Sail was made with all haste for
yet decided on. It is down on our list of men fired fourteen shots; fortunately Astoria. Tho man's condition is des-
?,IVKiVoI)I?tnU' aSiU,0y I requested the conference. The con-we-
matters to attend to, but has not jet perate and it is not considered at all The Leading Dry Goods and Clothing; House of Astoria.
river, been reached." no one was killed.
awaiting owners. ' terence continued all day yesterday Messrs. Hubbard k Stillman, tho Hop- The steamer Telephone brought up probable that he can recover.
and was resumed this moining. kins estate attorneys, leave for tho East tho wounded men this afternoon. One Capt Olsen was arrested by Chief mMuuai9BkaiuaaiM
Arrangements are in progress to Your correspondent is in a position this morning by the Union Pacifio fast was shot through the abdomen; he will Rarry last evening. He feels dread-
have a banquet on the occasion of the mail. Tho rest of tho party, consisting die. The others were shot three times fully, at having such a quarrel forced
authentically that the ne- -
j of Mr. Huntington, his secretary, G. E. through the leg. Roth were removed onto him. The crew say that Stevens
53rd anniversary of Qneen Victoria s
accession to the British throne.
Among the purchasers of real estate
gotiations were concluded at 1 o clock
this afternoon. It is authoritatively
Miles, Vice - President
secretary, 15. S. Worthington,
General Fessenden, leave
to St Vincent's hospital.
The officers of tho steamer passed a
number of boats contiiniug fishermen
was no good, and that he was making
trouble all the time. For Ladies !
staled as the result of the final inter- morning overland for San Francisco.
here recently is D. A. Blodgett, of view with Mr. Huntington that the That, at least, is tho present programme, a few miles below the scene of the Pleasant View is among the most de-
Grand Rapids, Michigan, who lias
about 4S0 acres in township seven
north, range six west. factory.
agreement reached was mutually satis-
Huntington said that he wants to
though Mr. Huntington told bis doctor
last night that he might stay longer.
DAMOX AM) PYTHIAS."
shooting. In one boat were three men
who were either wounded or dead.
The shooting was all done by non-
union men, who were in an old
sirable property offered for sale in thi
vicinity. It is finely situated, and from
its location and surroundings is sure to
rapidly enhance in value.
The "French Frooess! 33
One more native of Russia, whose build to Astoria, and that he certainly stranded boat house, from cover of Try Star Whiltakersugar cured hams
name is Isaac Tolppi, will never be To lit Urprodiu-e- Xext SatnrJay Evening. which they fired upon the fleet of un- and bacon, and pure kettle-rendere- d
HAND-SEWED- , DOUBLE SEAM SHOE. It never rips. It never squeaks. It requires no breaking in. More
flexible than a hand turn.
oxiled to Sileria. for yesterday he cut will do so. He asked that Astoria ionists with Winchester rifles. lard, sold by Thompson & Ross.
hoo from the czar, and took out give him two hundred thousand dol- Those who were present at the Tho greatest excitement prevails in
Ins lirfat japers for American citizen-sbi- lars subsidy, and the railroad to the opera house on Monday evening, and
saw the drama so creditably presented
the vicinity of the shooting and along
the river. More bloodshed is antici-
Best l!cd in town. Rooms per niiht
MORGAN & CO., Astoria, Oregon.
.Seaside: the 200,000 subsidy is to be by the K. of P. Amateur Dramatic pated. The cause of all the trouble 50 ami 'Si cts., per week 81 J x). Now and
clean. I'rivatc entrance.
About l.SOll people attended the paid him when the broad gauge rail- association were impressed with the is that the canneries where the shoot-
circus hist night. If half that mim-Ih- jt road from Astoria is. completed to desire that it should be repeated, on ing was done are all filled aud now
would go to the opera house next connection with the Southern Pa-
Saturday night, some good would be cific.
done with the money rather than have
it carried off by a traveling show. He said that he had a high opinion
account of the merit of the piece, and
in order that a liberal amount of
money may be obtained for the char-
itable purposes for which it was given.
have more fish than they cau handle.
The fishermen are endeavoring to
form a trust and force the cannery
men to pay their price for what they
SEASIDE HEADQUARTERS FOE CL0TIE.--PH1- L. 1 STOKES & CO.,
of Astoria's future; that he is confl
Throe of the Mongolian pheasants j dent Astoria will be a great citv and
An effort has been made to accom-
plish this result, and the following
buy. The union demands S1.2o per
fish, and n men are now fur-
One Acre, with Elegant Cottage
of Eight Rooms,
CToat Xoox to Foard, cfe Stois.es,
the vicinity of Point Adams , . letters show that it will be successful. nishing fish for 3 cents per pound or
light, which had been placed near i S.u, seapon. They speak for themselves: about 75 cents a fish. Rani. Chicken Houses, etc. Property ex-
Olnev at the expense of private iudi- - The Astoria delegation promised to tends from the county road to the Necani-
viduals for the sake of increasing the secure acceptance of his proposition.
linmlxr All imrmnc nenri;illv linn.
K. of P. Dramatic Society. Ladies
and Gentlemen: We, the under-
cum. Two Horse,, Two Cows, SoOO Piano,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS, APRIL 29. Sewing Machine, furniture. Stove, Chick-
ens, etc. One or the Rot Rargains in Clat-
Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Gaps, Boots and Shoes !
Huntington then agreed to put sur- signed, having been informed that your
tors are requested not to molest the rendition of the beautiful play of Ah Filed in The County Recorder's Oflice sop Count j.
birds. veyors in the field, at once, on signing LlltGE STOCK. LOW PRICES.
"Damon and Pythias," although a Yesterday. S3.S00.U0.
the contract. credit to you as amateurs, realized, but
Miss Julia C. Emery, the general He says that the road he will build
secretary or the Woman's auxiliary to will be a better
little for the widows' and orphans' John Chitwood to J. T. WINGATE & STONE PHIL. A. STOKES & CO., - - Water Sheet, Astoria, Or
one, and have
theloiird of missions will addressthe belter connection than Astoria ever
fund, which was the object of your
effort, therefore request that you will
Rarron, trustee, NE
SE 4 and lots 9, 10 and
ladies and children of Grace church at an early date reproduce the play of 11 of seo 28, T 8 N, R 9 W. 0,900
xhi Wednesday afternoon at half past dreamed of.
three, in the church. Every one in-
terested in the subject or missions is hear it on very good authority that the
cordially invited to be present
It is rumored here and I
"Damon and Pythias," feeling assured
that our generous citizens will respond
more liberally for such a worthy object.
Geo. Noland et al to C. O.
England, lots 11 and 12,
blk 5, Skipanon 200
Stockton & Welch, Alderbrook !
Oregonian railway will be converted Signed by over a hundred citizens. Garrett M. Hill to D. A.
Mr. A. Le Roy. the nominee on the into a standard gauge road, and ex- To Messrs. .7. A. Fulton, (J. H. Rlodgett SE X sec 25 T 7
Democratic ticket for superintendent tended to "Winnemucca. This, as you Cooper, A. J. 3fegler,J. F. Ilallor-g- , N,RGW 1,600
or public instruction, was for some well know, also means much for JL C.Thompson and others: T. D. Hill to D. A. Rlodgett
time a resident of this city. Two years Gentlemen-- ; Your kind invitation S K of NE SE if of .,
ago he was a candidate for county Astoria. has been received, and the members KW i,
and NE U of SW
sec 25, T 7 N, R 6 W. .
AND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
school superintendent on the prohibi- The delegation return of tho Dramatic Association feel grate 1,600 Lots 50x100 Within Three Blocks of the River.
tion ticket. He got 1)5 voles. Now he ful to yon for the complimentary men- J. Hedden toD. A. Rlodgett
is again runuing in opposition to the tion of our efforts to please SWif of NW U andW
Republican candidate. The (Jreyonian chuckled through a and still more thankful are we KofSW it sec 25, and City, Snlmrban and Acreage Property For Sale.
column yesterday, as follows: for your suggestion of a reproduction SE sec 2G, T 7 N. R G W. 1,600
The basket picnic at Kindred Park, The Hnntiuaton party are still with us, of the entertainment that a liberal V. Roelling to Jennie L. MAIN ST., AST0HIA, OK., V. 0. Box 511. No curbstone brokers employed here
Stone, lot 3, Necanicum Lot 7, block 3D S300 00 Lot 5, block 29 $400 00
next Saturday, given by the woman's having returned to their quarters at The sum may bo realized for the "Widows
Portland Sunday night from their jaunt and Orphans 1 uud." In accordance Grove 37; Lots, block 30 430 00 Lot 8, block 29
FLYNN, The Tailor,
Relief Corps will be an enjoyable af- up the valley to Corvallis and back.
fair. The Gnu Canby will make two therewith, we take pleasure in inform- T. H. Rell and wife to Lot9, block 30 450 00 I
Lot 9, block 29 400 00
Thn 1fiv via nrtTicntnoil v3ffrilnv in ing you and the general public that on Narcissa W. Kinney, W J4
round trips: she will leave Flavors .conferences with the Astoria delegations, of SW if, SE S of SW Lot7,block29 450 00 Lot 11, block 28 550 00
dock at S :3U a. :.t.. and 1 i. m. He-- j who were struggling with Mr. Huntington Saturday evening, May 3d, we will at
tho opera house reproduce the drama if of SEif sec 25, T G N, KEE"S IN STOCK THE Lot4.block29 Lot 12, block 2S 600 00
lurniug. sue win leave Jiiuurcu pari in an enucavor 10 uavo mm agree 10 uauu 100 00
at 4 and 1 3 p. r Get i vour baskets to Astoria. The original plan was to of "Damon and Pythias," and that the R9 W 1,000
reauy ana lauc ii.. cuiuiren.
i ine ii have Mr. Huntington go down to Astoria, price of admission will be twenty-fiv- e Previously reported this Finest Woolen Goods fir Suitings. All the Latest Styles
but Sundav nieht he decided ho could cents only, or fifty cents for vear 1,212,909
not, and accordingly telegraphed them to reserved seats, and as wo give Hi bujs for Cash :U UisJern Prices. 'He (.itarautees the Ucst Workmanship on a.
Some of the boys yesterday tried that effect, and suggested that if they our time and attention to this Total to date S1,25G,1S4
Cannents Call an.l m?" for yourself. Uarth Ulock, ASTOKI A, OIL
the old trick of putting a rock in a wanted to see him they might como
paicr bag. then carefully placing it on where ho was. The suggestion was acted
the sidewalk, for some unsuspecting upon, and yesterday registered quite a
individual to give it a kick. John number of and held a number at con- -
Stephens saw the bag, and evidently 4Vvnrtci iltinnn 4ln1
benevolent object, we sincerely hope
the public generally will respond lib-
erally, that a sufficient sum may be
realized to relievo tho distresses of
MARINE NEWS AXD XOTES.
The RritLsh bark Glenberoie sailed c. r. thomson
The Law and Abstract Oflice Mis. Derby
JJr. McKrazie irirate
nam kick witu 11 is woouen leg, and forces would separate and gather them
the boys had no laugh coming.
uiii;iiTu iiu- - inch, tor iiu gave il a . cussion would bo had, then the two
selves up for another enconnter. So it
those who have been deprived of their
protectors and providers, and thus
practically exemplify the grand vir-
for Queenstown yesterday.
the Sound ports yesterday.
Onk D001: east of Drmest's imva stoke
A complete set ol Abstract Hooks lor the
The City of Topeka arrived from PiitireCotiiity always kept posted to date.
jk ci il attention given 10 I'nictlce in the Dressmaking.
MILLINER Yl XHetl lEJstevto Brokers,
went on all day, and lasted until a late tue of fraternity so nobly taught by
Damon aud Pythias.
U. ijindonirc, and the txaniinaitouof
The Suomi will be laid up for re- i:in.S u;lc-- . Masonic nuihllng. - Cor. Third and Main. Odd Fellows' Building, - - ASTORIA, OR
The sloping lloor and chairs have hour last night. All tho to secrecy the pairs tho Volya taking her
Iv. of P. Amatenr Association.
beeu removed, and the main lloor nicely conference disclose any details ns to and
were pledged place on the Ilwaco route.
waxed for the, ball ol Company H, refused to
wmen iak-e- , a iiruijuiiiiuu
large make, or thenuiuu .uiuiidHuntington. A
offer of Mr.
ia nuiiuu w Herman Wise,
A. A. Cleveland,
President The government steamer Cascades
received some slight repairs to her bow
numlier of Hags and banners have dcGnito proposition from tho Astoria
been procured, and the boys will peoplo was finally made and turned in to
complete the decoration of the opera the railroad people, and has been by The observance of charity is not alono
house so thai the ball room thera aken .uudor, advisement.
Tho tibove needs little comment
a silent precept but an active dutv, Con-wi-
on Monday and went up the river yes-
The steamer Salem came down yes-
eis:i:sess3:Bsniii3Ei::iia!!9s It's No Use of Talking .1IIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIUIHHIIISIIU
b? unu'sunllv attractive. There yeisation tho fact the Astoria people and in presenting an opportunity for terday morning.liaving been chartered
will i,i,i,ii.:i..,inw...if.,i. seenied aisposeCL to ask a Illore "8ub- -
a devclopsd that Huntington the application of this kindly virtue, by the McMahon circus for the round
trip from Portland here and return at
lonnlUe assembly, the donors deserve such generous ap-
stautial contribntion in tho way of rights preciation as is afforded by substantial a cost of S175.
of way, terminal facilities and additional
A gentleman was in town reentlv, subsidy than they had anticipated. It is endorsement of their charitable efforts,
They Won't Let Me!
ivs tho Mositonnn VhMlf. who hlnl certain that while encouragements have apart from the pleasure afforded by
Xotice to Mariners.
Ilvh ;tiit.v;n.r tbrt wrrwVL- - nf ii.nlbeen held out by Huntington perhaps tho entertainment The theater should
ii....i, .i.;J5. .,...i n. r Astoria people, some weeks and l be filled next Saturday night Notice is hereby given that the
:; "t :r
::.:rir MIX1 l.tll-S- , ... rri. ,..! mouths will elapse before tho project is
definitely deemed uPou PEIISOXAL MEXTIOX.
whistling 'buoy, painted black, with
the letters "Bello Rock" in white, has
HII tlllU LI1C
inspection was made to see what con- gone adrift from its moorings off Belle
dition the rails were in. They were Astoria w.is represented at tho con- Kock, Hosario strait, Wash.
ference bv a citizen's committee consist Rev. G. C. Hall returned from Port-
found to be all right no damage hav- ing of Mavor M. C. Crosbv, G. V. land yc3terday. A second-clas- s nun buoy, painted
ing come from their exposure to the Wingate, Judge J. Q. A. Bowlby, and black, has been placed in lieu of tho
W S. Geary, the piano tuner, is in whistling buoy.
action of the sea. It is probable that Samuel Elmore. The Astoria & Ssoutu the city, and will remain several days. Compass bearings Bird Rock, S. S.
the cargo of rails will 12 utilized in
umiding xMiie 01 tne roaas to ine liar- -
Coast rnilwnv was renrosenled bv Dr.
ir 1 i.:
"lu jviuuey,. r r x?..!
Conn, a committee from tho board of
directors of the road
i. uuuI t. nr .
-- Rill Ash, one of tho clowns with the
McMahon circus, is ono of the oldest
clowns in the country.
w.; .Bene itock--, W. by JN., I.
The buoy i3 moored in nine fathoms what Some of Ttem
I never knew how many friends I hail until I made preparations
to move. They llock in and try and persuade mo out of it. "Well, I m Some of Tkn
at low water. don't think I could like any other town as well anyhow, and I know I
An amusing story is told about a WilliamRedman, the young aeronaut By order of the Lighthouse Board,
Mr. Huntington was very busy all day W. W. BHOADES, Inspector Thir- would not have any wanner friends anywhere.
Salvation woman, who was selling
War Cry in Portland. She went
iuto a saloon on Fourth street to sell a
3'cstcrday, having his constant attention
directed to tho important matters under
consideration, and taking his dinner on
who made the ascension yesterday, is
24 years old, mid commenced when
only 11 years of age. He has made
teenth Lighthouse district. SAT. SAT.
copy to the barkeeper, but the latter tho table in his parlor which had served over 400 ascensions, and always been A good appetite is essential to good
referred her to a prominent lawyer, for a writing desk during the conferences. very successful. health, and loss of appetite indicates
something wrong. Hood's Sarsaparilla "We can't afford to lose you." Keen
who is now a candidate for represent- Ho is a very agreeable and approach-abl- o creates and sharpens the appetite, as- db Cook. "And what would the newspapers and
ative on Uie Republican ticket, who
was playing cards at one of the tables.
gentleman for tho newspaper man
to deal with, manifesting a gentle ss
The Xew Life Savins Station. sists tho digestive organs and regulates
me Kiuneys anu liver, rake Jioous "Stay where von are." --
Sheriff II. A.
SO. IT'S A BO ! Fourth of July contribution committees
say if you go." Dr. O. B. Estes.
The barkeeper told the woman that if wholly at variance with the Captain A. McLean, who will have Sarsaparilla this season. Sold by all 5fi7i.
big I and little you of many railroad men "Friend Herman, you have by hard
she would pray for the man he would in far less exalted positions. charge of the new life saving sta- druggists. ''itelter remain and help us boom the work established what 1 consider the
give her 25 cents. She marched up to Tho reporter questioned him about tho tion, at Fort Stevens, is in the city. town." City Assessor Wright.
To the Ladies. best clothing business in Astoria. Tour
him. knelt down and offered an elo- dispatch which appeared in yesterday's The new station is now being equipped,
Mrs. "Herman, you have built up a fine town is right on the improve, and I
quent prayer to the throne of grace in Oregonian. purporting to give the cause secured the ser-
and large quantities of supplies are vices ofBowman has dress maker from business here: don't Inavo now." Judge --
think Astoria will be of great import-
uis behalf. She then arose and of tho original breach between himself a competent
arriving on every San Francisco the east, and has reopened her dress- Al Cleveland. That is, I'll consider the motion of my friends carried, and try in ance in the near future." Letter from.
watched the game for some time. and Governor Stanford. steamer. Furniture and apparatus, making parlors. She invites her old the future, as in the past, to merit the support of my fellow Theo. Mansfietd.
"Tho article is substantially true," ho "You had better go, and leave us
Finally the lawyer lost his jack. The said. "Stanford did oppose the building including mortar, gun, line, gear and friends and the public generally to call alone." My opponents. "Well, I think you ought not leave us,
woman suddenly remarked, "Hell, of tho Oregon and California connection. surf boat is now on hand. at her establishment on Third street, for then clothing would surely go up.
you've lost your jack, haven't you?'' Capt McLean will have a crew of near Main. All work done with neat- "Better accept the S500 you are oflered
However, I quarrel very little with him. for your Portland lease and stick to As- stay anu Keep ine prices uown
The woman saw she had made a break He is a very clever man in his way, but nine men who will be recruited in this ness and dispatch and at prices within toria, because Astorians will stick to usoorne.
and left. not much of a success in business. He city. the reach of all. yaw? August Daniclson.
has. however, not had very much to do Major Blakeney, the superintendent Uaj'.Lime and Cement at Foard & "The boys won't have it. We will
with the practical operation of tho road." "We need just saeh men as you." make you stay. Hume.
The Oregon board of immigration is of the life saving service on this coast, Stokes. W. W. Wherry.
soon to get out a pamphlet that will "Do you think tho road could have se- is expected hero about the 10th of Yours Anxious to Please,
cured tho favors it has had without tho next month. All seasonable kinds of fruits and
eclipse anything in the advertising political 'pull' which Stauford has kept vegetables by every steamer at Thomp-
line ever attempted before. It is to up?" son & Hoss
be either a forty-eig- or a sixty-fou- r
ht "Yes, I do. 1 am wholly of tho opinion The Street Car Service.
KlealK Cooked to Order.
And a Thousand Others in And a Thousand Others in
page publication, 7x11 inches, printed that politics and business should be kept
on supcrsized and calendered paper separate. Whatever legislation is neces- The present length of the hue of the Private rooms for ladies and families: ihe Same Strain. the Same Strain.
and neatly bound. Good clean-cu- t sary to secure, can bo attained with Astoria Street Kailway company is at Central Restaurant, next to Foard &
type will be used in printing, and the equal facility which ever party is in about three miles, making six miles Stokes'.
power. "When tho president of a great for the round trip, which occupies ono
work will be properly illustrated. corporation like tho Southern Pacific hour. Each horse works five hours in For llcnt.
Portland will get a big send-of- f.
starts out to run for office, the first thing
Among the illustrations will be a cut ho does is to antagonize the forty or fifty
every day, traveling thirty miles. Four nice large rooms. Inquire of
There are twenty-on- horses. Thompson & Ross.
ot the new Portland hotel, the Mar-qua- m
other men who want the same office. e
There are nine men employed by
Grand building as it will appear And when he becomes so engrossed in
when completed, proposed city hall, politics as to impair tho success of his the company, of whom five are regular Delivered FiBC Tabic Wine to any
at GO cents a gallon,
chamber of commerce building, Union management of business undertakings, it drivers, one extra, two stable men and city. line line of pure
depot, new Holton house, Washington is time he should step down and let those ono night watchman. Each driver gartofthe wines A low prices, at A.
take bis place who will devote their makes fifteen trips per day, traveling V. Utzinger's Cosmopolitan saloon.
block, Corbett block and Grace energies to the business. I am a railway
church. It will also contain cuts of man myself, not a politician. I have ninety miles. There are eight cars,
Oregon scenery, notably among which spent a great portion of my life, about two of which are open cars, and five Se You like a Ged Clear?
idll be a view of Mount Hood, with a miriy yeurB, m uuuiuuk uuu uperairag are running all the time. Call at Charley Olsen's, cast of C. II.
bird?s-ey- e view of Portland in the fore- railroads building mostly, for I can get coopers, lie will suit you. a. fine
ground. It is proposed to get up the peoplo to operate them whose familiarity Wciakard's Beer. stock of cigars to select from.
work in such an artistic manner that
it will be an ornament to any library
with details enables them to attend to
that branch more successfully than I
could. I said thirty years in railroading,
but for years before that I was in the
And Free Lunch at the Telephone Sa-
loon, 5 cents. For a s article of coffee buy
"Purity," a blended roast of Java and
Coffee and cake, tan cents, at the Mocha: just received from Boston and
Reliable Clothier and Hatter
metal and hardware business, a kindred Central Restaurant sold only by Thompson & Ross.
A fine unfurnished house for rent, be- line of operations, so that I consider
longing to Mrs. G. W. Ross. For par
ticalars apply to Fitzgerald & Carney
myself quite at home in r&Uroading."
"What will you give out for publica- -
supply of Seeds at Foard & Remember the Austin house at the
Seaside Is open tho year 'round. Occident Hotel BId'g. Astoria, Oregon,