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ASTORIA, OREGON. SUNDAY APKII, 19, 1885. PRICE, FIYE CENTS
and J. A. i'lTl-Til
Fiiyslcians aad 3ui'Kr.
Will dre prompt arvaliuw to
rioin any jmri o tL cit
Office over Alley's Htnrc. comer Cass I'ru
niemoqua streets, Asturiu, Orvtcon.
Telepheuc . 41.
Ofllcc. UooinC, over D. A. JlcIntObh' stoi-.
o. r. Fntat.
ATTOIINKYS AT LAW.
rSR5i2 -V. -!J.t-.
OFrirrt.- C strr:. t tutor o:tu t
Odd Kt-Uoi" Jtandiag.
nlcj -Ol:rtHJlts. ".. C". ;
AHCHITIUT AK1 :U.iKK!NriiXll. -1 .
(IKriOli. : K-H'IM J. KJ:.M VtUk lfl.v!
AY TUTTSiSC. Jt. t.
PHYSICIAN AKi SUIUJK;N
Okficr lloom'i l, 2, ant 2. JU!h 3lu.
Kksiiknr-Oii Cedar Slrew. hack
St. Slur-'a Hospital. J
v v. mens. a. k. shaw
niCKS Si SUA'.V,
Ilooius hi Allen'? Buildlr.. tip sIvJin. -s-i-uer
Cass and Siueioiiu.i stiftt. A-tu..
BANKING AHD IHSURAHGE"
I. W. CASE
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTORIA, - OttEGIWi.
OFKICE HOUlt"? :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 uVJock i. 21.
Bozortli & Jolrns,
Heal Kttftte and Insar.tnr? .
Wewrttc pol'di'sjin tl follitu In;
luiiiun larc insurance tonipanirs :
rnOiNix of iiAUTrov.D.
SCOTTISH U.MOS ASP VTtON'Al. OV
LTOS. OF J.ONIJOV
HOME. OK SEW YORK.
IjONDOX AND LASOASHIKK. or !.nBK-
PHCEXiX. OF BROOKLYN.
cossEcrrcu r. or haktford.
OAKLaSDIIOME, OF OAKLAND, CALA.
And also represent tbn triS.TEB!'. of
and AMMUCAX STEAM BOIL
ER 1SSURAXCE CO
Utl EsUte Bongltt end Sold en Cownilssloa.
W. W. FECIinniSIER,
1L W.COJtHKTl, -KDWAitD
Fire anil Marine Insurance Co.
OF PORTLAND. OREGON.
Capital I'ard Up.
Cash Assets Slxcft'tl.
C. LEINENWEBEil, Asttxt,
3". O H.OSS
main St. ASttoriK, Orfou.
Hare Just Purrbased a Tine, New Ilcaiv?. '
Private Boarding House.
mUE rSDERIGSED 31ESPECTFCL1A
J..announ es tbnt sue is prepared to rur-
ulsb Ladles or Gentlemen with Boanl only. -
or Itb Board and Furnished Rooms at very
reasonable rates. No etra ebarge lom
of Parlor or Bath room, and eerv tftoxt;
wm 00 maue 10 mnKeucr guests ie-i w:o
fortable and at borne.
DlHMcr Served from 2:20 to C:S0 l If. ;
35IRS. E. C, R02.0S1.V.
SE Cor. 3Ialn and Jefferson street-.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
NOTICE IS nEREBY GIYES Til AT THE
copartnership beretofore elstlnc nn-
ier.tae tlnn naino and style of 1 home and
Lnowies is this day dissolved by mutual
Astoria. Oregon, April istn. iss. 4 w
jieri. a. lioitjns. i. OL.Dl i XtL!' -d
i gv r, rc tSs ?r3?? , On March 29 tho PaciOc Mail Bteamcr
SO..lSI & UttliKS. ir3 gp iiC 1 "2l r Oo?o?i arriveI with arms and amrau-
TTONrYS AT iW7- sLi J-l f-J l?3 p-fsl Inition. Preston demanded these rau-
$ 1 13 p&E-IMSSS 2 J nitions, and npon refusal of the de-
OQco lu kic'k lAi-rii. -w-iu' ; .3:j! !j 1. 11 feit3 vwr I mand bv tho Pacific Mail officers he
ilail, Astoria. Oftgm. Lij L r Jcg pU ' I imprisoned them. He sent word to
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n7AMA THE RCRN1XG OF roi.ON. shore at Colou. where many at n1- Bj1 ly IIf!I 0 ff8!-!-.,.
le3 S D E B 1 A . ready clearing away the ruins prior WM ttl W ll 0 H ft J&. tOhPr
tTg vi wi .sCJ4
ianjcrcraaswellas dlstreesicc casplriat. If
l.-'ta.lt tends, by impairing nutrition, una d?-
if iho tone of thD Eysysa, to prepare the raj
-or napu lscnae.
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OnicLIy and cciacitfcb Vnre Dyspeusla 12 Ji
t ijj j.iron". f !cartb:iru 1U IcIhok. IHisticq the
l.tw :11c tppetite. and tills tto irj:r-jbtn iif f.ri
Rev. J. T. KossiTCE, tU bocorrd pittxc of :. f
i"kit Itofomind Charch nutiraorp. SlJUeay
,rinnr3twl Brofm'fl Iron But'T-f r I;;w -j
a-i!nx it luckily. Alncontilorjti 'ill ji.
t lia-if inUr.tndvfr7Stitnctbenic:
CWfi.rf tt&s nbove tnda insric find cr. .'. - V
1 mii'M)fr, Talo no otber. r.I'i'.'
1 :: ,sk::.::cai. eo- iiai.yisioj'. .
Lxxncvf P.tro JJoor-urul tn-i rt: -
! 'r:ug li-tof pnies lor rnjvj inWTj". . -n
1 .-( tc . Rfren away by all dMil-a in j -1 .
, -o":.!.! Jo sny addrses ca receipt cttc. . v
-.EU, IiriTMIL A WOOtUltl),
, Wii r.r ai A !M, P'.r'linJ Ori'Ku.
i rom ihcso sources arbw tbreo-fourtba
nftlio li3tMiSP9 oftbe human race. Those
sj'mplom'i inJloato their existence.
1osa of Apjictile, Itnwcln costive,
McIl Ifcnilarlie, tillitass after eat
iap,r.vrlo)i to ozertionof lxayor
iiritnvlnc: neRlected some iluty,lir
ziitss,riultcrlnatthcIIeart,l)ot !croro tli ej'es, highly eoloroil
I'rluc, COXSTiPATIO.V,anil dcmauU
the uso of'jircinody tlmtactsdlrectlyon
tho Liver. As a Liver niedlclncTETT'.S
11111.3 havo no equal. Their notion on
tlie KMncys and bkln Is also prompt;
removing all Impurities through theao
threo " scavengcra of tlc nicttia,"
produclnv appetite, sound dloeilon,
regular stools, a clear skin and a vlg
oroushody. TVTT'S PL&&S cau3e no
jiause:i or griping: nor interfero with
dally work ana aro a perfect
AHTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
.soldevorrwherc25s. OUieej4AlurraySt.y V.
GnATllAlR on WniSKCRS ehanid In
stantly to a GLossr Black by a slnglo
application of Hits D ve. Sold by Drupr-
asta,orsent by express on receipt of 51
Oftloe, 44 Murrav Streot, New York.
7770 1IA1TUAL 0? ZZZSZL ZZZZBtt ttSS.
they know all about Mustang Lin
imint. Fcj? do. Not to know is
not to have.
Many a Lady
is beautiful, all but her skin ;
and nobody has ever told
her how easy it is to put
beauty on the skin. Beauty
on the skin is Magnolia
Holdeu's Auction Rooms
f Esiablislicd January 1st, 1677.
E. C. KOLDEN,
Ccnl Estate and General Auctioneer
1 and Commission Merchant,
A unction wvle of Sundries everv tatudav.
at 16 i3Q a. ?i . at inv Auction Uonn.
Will nruirfitof AKptinn S11I03 nt Tfi.1 l?.tit.
F ( caK
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i t.z m r.jy w LPsnurj. n Tin rnTTiTTi;ii?iitr fii iii i7u.fc.jzu. liiili
C- hi I 1 1 ' PI 1 1 n 1 TTn iff u .MMnmiiM
!i TOn'S H5IR DYE.
iv 1 Cattie, and Fann.ug Mock v.ltrroer de
l'a:!j Ictcrn,i Frosnptly wade after alu.
iwiifHgucii'nis rrspccwtuiy soucucu,
Notary Public for the State f Oregon.
Coxnmlssloner of Deeds for Washington
Auent for Dail and Weekly Oregtmtan.
'. THE BEST
rt-nntt tin trR ,ottm
STOCK AMD WORKulANSHlP
n "'... ...
Duals 01 every uescnpilull DUIII.
Shop oyer ArwU . Fen-hen's.
ij. rur. r.t:iTnGBN.
Suitable for Bociablcs ana Parties,
Trai 3rortcratc. -
Full Particulars of the Recent Gif .- Fir
I Fe3rtal Sceact Enactcrl.
tpw YnrV n3vfo3 ' bv mail fiom
Panama to the 8th inst. nro receivetl.
story of the burning of Colon, or
AsDinwall. i3 civeu aa follews: A
lawyer named Preston seized the op
rrtunity of the absence of the
feet of Colon with troops for tho pur-
pose ot meenng general owimra.
who had attacked Janamn, to seize
the city ot Colon. He levied forced
InnnH .mil rliPtPil J lrtlTM tnrcp.
i'y - - ..--.- .. ..---,
wnieu causeu an sorts oi appreueu-
?ion amonp merchants and citizens
tnese prisoners would ue reieasou it
tho munitions f war were deliverett
to him, and they would be shot if any
marines were landed. Commander
Kane then took charge ot Colon in
the name of the United States; Pres
ton subsequently had an engagement
outsido the city with troops from
Panama and to? defeated, the Pacific
Mail officers escaping during the
fight. About noon on tho 30th, men
from Panama, numbering some 120,
advanced, upon the town and a heavy
Are ensued. The sceno in the town
j beggars description. Uullets were
J flying in all directions, and the terri
- hed populace, abandoning homes and
ionnues, weruoceiinigriiueiv luium
The town was entirely constructed of
wood and bullets passed through the
houses as if they had been card
board. 1 When defeat became certain to
Preston, the lires commenced. Pres
ton is now, with many others in close
confinement. Directly one fire was
started, a dozen were seen in different
directions. A stroug wind was blow
ing, nnd a paneioaium affair, rob
bery, shooting and misery ensued.
All who could fled on board ship.
tFew saved anything. Thousands
flocked to the new town lately built
by the canal -company on ground they
have formed at the entrance to the
canal, whilst others took refuge in
the few houses which remained stand
ing on the beach. The machine shops
and round houses of the' latter com.
pany were fortuuately saved, bat an
immense quantity ot rolling stock
was destroyed, together with local
merchandise and transit cargo.
United States ruarinos and sailors
are reported to have acted admirably.
Troops from tho English gunboat
Liltvcerc also landed, and assisted
in keeping guard. This guard caught
many plunderers, as did also men of
the lialcna. All caught red handed
were immediately tried nnd on the
following day were shot. Fifty per
sons, among whom it is believed were
several innocent people, were thn3
Uaringthe fight betwecb the troops
which went hcucc and the Preston
people somo twenty or thirty persons
were Killed, wniie many more wero
wounded- All theso were burned
during the fire, and tho charred re
mains of all yet cucumber the streets.
Flames flashed through the houses,
in huudreds of which poAvder, alco
hol, liquors and general merchandise
were stored in immense quantities,
and the freqnent explosions of these
added terror to the scene. The pauic
stricken populace were almost with
out provisions or water for two days.
The Panama railroad company's su
perintendent, Mr. G. A. Burt, and
the director general of the canal com
pany, M. Jutes Diugler, havo done
everything iu their powor to alleviate
misery and distress, and vessels i:f
tho bay, of all nationalities, were free
ly opened to tho refugees.
FiGirrixa at Panama.
While the troops recklessly taken
from hereby General Gonima to fight
in tho streets of Colon were thus
leading to tho destruction of that
town, the streets of Panama were re
sounding with rifle shots. Confer
ences had been held during the day
by commissioners sent hence to dis
cuss matters with General Aizpunt.
He, however, demanded the uncondi
tional surrender of General uonima,
and threatened to attack the city
unless ho surrendered. Aizpunt seut
a notice to this effect to foreign con
suls. Gonima, however, declared ho
would not accept the challenge, tmt
would remain inside the city and
await "results. By daylight, armed
men from Aizpunts band had cap
tured tho steeples .of SantnAna
church, and soon drove in Gonima's
outposts. They then passed from
church to church, and from street
corner to street corner, a heavy and
continuous rifle fire being meanwhile
kept up. Most of the houses in Pan
ama are built of stone, nnd afforded
better protection to non-combatants
than the buildings in Colon did.
Ultimately the barracks in which
General Gonima had shut himself
were surrendered and at 4 o'olock in
tho afternoon he surrendered.
In -all -twelve persons were killed,
and obout au.equal number wounded.
The attacking party were orderly and
sober. They were not soldiers, but
volunteers, who, as they put it, fought
for what they considered principle.
Since that date the city has remained
Sinco tho -destruction of Colon an
arnJistice has been agreed on for
trty da,. and' troops, under orders
1 of llie .perfect, 'apnmieabiagree
e.ntpf botkpaxtieaTare CSip'ressryei
orasr. oome marines are stui uu
ready clearing away the mins prior
Considerable excitement ha3 been
ransetl by the nnuoancement that the
United l ate3 troops are on route to
CJioa, wlio ijTiw in charge -'t A
( Jiinv,-all, is a xnau who is reported to
, have cut the cabin p.t Enena Ycntnrn
n fortnight ajjo. lie did it to preveiu
pro-Jnereaciu'nTr'horoot his dopnrtim
-n. . (1, "fo - lllae. ThrtlI
nlonth3 i.aVL, iaDsed since lollop
havo l)ee:i received from tho capital.
3tuch desultory fiKhtiufr ha? taken
place. It is said that the couservn-
tivos have captured Bneua Ventura,
o-Siin ZhZl othTr-ni,. iA PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE!
Gaitan. in charge o tnc reoju for omsU, so.4 TiuW.ioarer.c. cow
llOnary force. IS Closely beSieglUgpi'aenrn,lJrtjnc!i!tls,Athina,Oronp,VT:oo?. I
Carthagcna. Ho has taken possession inc Couch, QauuriJPn!niaCUej.nJou.?r .
pf some of the principal forts, and 1 : soCaoSTow'nsts aad I
has oeen shelling the town. It is iwutj. Tortus wiowe to ttducc tuir aeaitr to
cfitAd Oof liPll? !nv.- htirnoil tliP r 'ytnPtlV ffH " for Lem Kill TvtL lav) boUlu, 1
greater part of the cit
ty. The greatest
distress prevails among the inhabit
ants, who are said to be starving. -
How long the government troop3 will
hold 'out it is impossible t
American and English
have been of the greatest
to the unfortunate garrison. In fact,
the commander of one of the latter,!
Cantain Curtis, ot tiie Canada, was :
the recipient of a letter from General
Vila, who commands inside the town, I "
in which he protested, in the name 01
human and divino authority, at the
captain's prohibiting tho disembark-
ment of arms on a spot tho grounds of;
wmen iuo comoatnnis nave agrceuj
with General Gaitanshall be consider- Fltt-1 ui wth rer;- (.'ouren
ed a 'neutral zone," and on which j ii;c,' for Uio Coinibrt oF
1000 refugees and non-combatants:
havomaed. confiding in tiibprom-jTransient and Permanent Guests.
ise. An English steamer, the Alme,.
songht to land arms and ammuuition ! . .-... ...
at this muut, when she was nromMIv i uvmotuu and xe,t v.h Mreen.
d off by the British cruiser.,
taming a declaration of war, which ;
received no leply from Captain. Curtis. -
The United States man-of-war .SVif
nandouh, her majesty's steamer - The Fillt'Ht KstahlisllIlltMlt Ol
oz2e and the French fricrate Heine,
JJlancie are in this bay. while at As-)
pinwnll there are tho United States.
steamer Galena and the firitish gun-'
boat Lily. The Wachustlt left here:
on March 30 for a cruise along the;
Central America coast prior to pro-J
ceeding to Mnre island for repairs. '
1 , '
Some autoranh hunters aro
ble bores anil
worry distinguished j
ldurance, to get their
peopi iieyoHu encurance, to get tueirt
signatnra?"Bnt tho-collection of!
thousands and thousands of auto
graphs of persons who lmv been
benetiteit by Brown's Iron Bitters hasj
como of itself, "lndlv and voluutarilv. 1
This wonderful collection is increac
ing every day by additions from all ',
parts of the country.Cures of debil-.
ity, dysuepsia, liver complaint, audj
many ether dUeasei, arc gratof ully i
recorded in the letters to which these
autographs are signed. Everbody
who tries Brown's Iron Bitteis
The San Luis Obpo Tribunt,:
says an olive tree ten years old is
worth $10, and a grove of 100 acres or
12,000, will aggregate n value of $120.
000. MrotfriKmalKlon of Pure Coil Liter
Oil, Avitli IfypophosphitON.
In Pulmonary Affection? and Scrof
ulous Diseases. l)n. Ika M. IjAXO.
New York, says: "I have preicrilicd
Scott's Emulsion an t updit in my Fani
l y and am greatly pka.eil with it.
Have found it very serviceable 111 Scrof
ulous diseases and Pulmonary nfiYe-tiou-."
The abandoned portion or the
Nevada Contrnl llailroad, rnuuing to
Lewis district, Nov., is to bo repaired:
and brought into operation again. j
Tlu-re is a ort of pallid, elialky Com
plexion which tiro novelets call ::
'wcshcd-out complexion." It Is
gtiaslly enough, and 110 mistake.
Washed-out. fadrti, discolored, or parti
colored hair is almost as repulsive and
melancholy. Parker's Hair Unburn
will restore your hair to lis oiiplnnl
color, whatever It was; brown, auburn
or black. Why wear moss on our head,
when 30,1 May easily have ltvol. shin
S!v tilifntriti't liovnfAnn QfTif Anril I
tn tb." An"7nTt?i forrifnnnl nnenn
this term of court, from Yuba county.
JJucIilen's Arnica Salve.
Tut: Brst S.U.V1: In the world for
Cuts, I5ruises,.Sore3,Ulcer3,tjaU Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup
tion, and positively enres Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
equireu. u s jjuaranieeu give
cl satisfaction, or luouoy refunded.
? 'Si cents iK'r to. For :sh b AV.
?mont fe Co.
.1 Hnppy Tlsonglif.
11 was a happy thought that led to I he
production of a concentrated fruit s r
up, so harmless in Us nature that it inay
he given either to the mother or her
babe, relished alike by both, nnd of
such wonderful ctllcaey that all who
take it feel brighter and happier. V.
E. Dement & Co. will furnish anyone
Ishing Syrup of Fies atrial bottle free
of charge, or will sell .".0 cent and one
Shiloh's Catarrh itemedy a
tive cure for Catarrh, DIptheria and
Canker Mouih. Sold
by W. K, I)?menr.
Why will j'ou cough when Shiloh's
Cure will circ Immediate relief. I'rioe
10 cts 50 cts ami $1. Sold by W. E. I b
mcut. Tbat Hacking uoutm can 1ih.su
QuibklycqrMv7by Shiloh's Cure. We
Uiaranteeritr Sold byAV.E. Dement;
T3AD V MARK.
.s d Mfiy a lib '
ri - c c front Opiate, Emriies : rotsons. I
SIjOrceranJ JJjnsTi ta-crj.
ndtlaar-. Sir Ua J, C. S. X.
hVA WAT.LMAN. - Proprietor.
Ir Class iu iMVery IJospeot.
ifoe Telepnons Saloon
the Kind ill Astoria
E-iwftath rtiie.1 uj. for ib.- fonsfoit aud
' amcuWn,'lSmn '"j,, '
Tin llesi ,r Vt'InfK and l.ujiibr-), j
.... . , .
terri-lEveryl!,,n0 New and First-Class.
H. X'JfgrFl-:iSV. Irpr.
II. If. 1M !!:. !rojr.
First Class ii Every Respect. I
rri' (:nrli tit flat IIojikc.
Old Castle, Yspitti, and other
brands of Coke Tin Plates, for
sale in lots to suit purchasers,
now in warehouse at Astoria;
also Liveriwol lino aud coarse
salt. For farther paiticnlars
Coin TraijoiMi Company
Wblcb b:H been -.petlally built for ttio comfort of pavsenjjert will lean-
WHsnu & Fisher's Dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves rorlland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
Ear-Au additional trio will be made ou Sunday of Kacli IVeeH, leaving Portland
nt O. O'clock Sunday Horn lair. Passengers b tbls -route connect-at iKalama
for Souad port. Cl B. SCOTT, PreauJeEt
HEAVY AND SHELF
Faints,. Oils, and Varnish.;
LOGGERS SUPPLSES. .
Salem Plouring Mills,
Portland Boiler Hills,
Capital Flour and
B. B. Franklin,
NKXl !' Till: A-slOlUAN lllMl.IiU.
tsir-Ail work don- iu tt .skillful niauac-r on
short imtlco at riawuablc mtos.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
jKyro.NrtrhKjer. Nk.k I'akkmi Hocsk.
i ASTORIA. - ORKGUN.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
! Boiler Work, Steamboat Work
' and Cannery Work a spe
ornll Deserlptlons made to Order
at Short IVotice.
A. I. "VV'ASS, Presidoiit.
J. (J. nusTLKK.Secrelary,
L W. Case, Treasurer.
ARNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
"he Pioneer Machine Shop
.. . "i
uoner anop ol
All kinds ot
j ENGINE, CANNEEY,
; STEAMBOAT WOES
I Rrcmptly attended to.
A spedaUy made of repairing
, CANNERY DIES,
! FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
on Fast Time!
Ufltoiate aarl CaMM later,
SfeijKaW gy 4s
Royal Brand Flour
Manufactured by the
OREGON MILLING COMPANY
l of Superior Quality, and Is Endowed
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE
Of Superior "Rh!ng Quality.
Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
WYATT & THOMPSON
Sole AxeutM lor Astoria.
PaintiuE and Paper Haiipj,
Paint Shop Iu rear of premlos lora
erly occupied by C. U. Stcfcton, oppo
site the CourLIIouse.
All orders promptly and salLsfutnrJ
J. H. D. GRAY.
waokwAli uud rebill dkUer iu.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay. Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
Jeneiul Storage and Wharfage on reasojv
ablo terms. Foot of Benton street, Astoria,
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum aud drier Pipes.
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
CORNER MAfN AND CIIENAMTJS SI
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
KuieTlIi: OIOI SALOON.
ALKX. CAMI'REI.L. - - rROFRIETOH
ASTORIA LIQUOR STORE,
AUC DANIKLSON, - - Proprietor
Itebtiiltand itefitted ThronEbol
The Rest of
uix r.s. liiquoicsi, axi cigars.
For a Good Cigar, call for one of
Corner We-t9lh and AVater Streets. Astoria.
Magnus C. Crosby
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
TM-re and Oo;e;5x-
Astoria Sail Loft.
Best of Work at Bottom Fignres
The welt-known Sallmaker how oceuplfi
Tli? Astoria Sail !.ort. formerly occupied
by A . M. Johnou.
Boat Sails a Specialty.
ALL WORK WARRANTED
Come aud see me at The Astoria Sail Loft -.
next to l'ytblan Rulldiusr.
Address P. O. Boc 312.
Floats! Floats! Floats!
CANNERYMEN svbo are in need ot
Floats, Copper Handles and Mallets
should send fbeir orders 10
B. W. ISZ.Oi.
Clatskanie. Oregon, who has a qu utily cm
band which will be .sold at reasonable rate.
SECURE THE SHADOW"
Ere the sbbstance fade, and when -ou visit
Portland, make it a part of your business to
caU on W. H. Totvxe, at the San Fran
clsco Gallery. S. W. corner First and
Laiotrlson streets, and have your photograph
taken la the highest style artse, sit." -