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, .DECEMBEH C. 1893
Lots of fun nest June.
"Well, the game is made.
There's a heap of human nature in
Portland painters and artists have
organized an art club.
Lee Levings captured the pig at
the skating rink last evening.
The "Westport mill started up last
v.'eek on an order for 400 M feet of
Beneath the rule of men entirely
great the sack is mightier than the
pick and shovel.
C. F. Reed, of the Union market
on Water street is on deck and solicits
public custom. See adv t.
Griffin & Eeed advertise the finest
and largest variety of juvenile books
and albums at New York prices.
One of the proudest prerogatives of
an American citizen is to kick. But
some people abuse the privilege.
The offering to be taken in Grace
church will be the annual offering for
the domestic missions of the Protes
tant Episcopal church.
The new Episcopal church is being
painted and finished up exterierly:
it is expected that the edifice will be
ready for consecration bv .Tannarv
Thellwaco Wharf company have
carpenters at work capping and
planking the piles recently driven, so
as to build a waiting room and res
taurant. The Pacific Journal says that all
indications at present show that
oysters in the natural bed in all por
tions o Shoalwater bay are yearly
increasing, and thinks that by next
year the product will be larger than
Oapt Geo. Flavel and Sainl El
more havebought the Union Packing
Oo.'s property, paying $13,500 there
for. The purchase includes the 264
feet frontage from high water mark
north to the ship channel with the
It's fun (till it gets tiresome) to
hear a man talk about his "in-floo-enco."
The man that can't influence
his own vote can bring very little
"in-floo-enoe" to bear on others. But
any man ought to be able to it. flu
enoe one vote on election day viz:
From present indications the II
waoo correspondent of the Pacific
Journal believes an early start will
be made in preparing for next sea
son's fishing season along that part
of the bay. He learns that P. J. Mc
Gowan intends putting up a large
pack of salmon at his cannery at
Murray & Co., are in business in
the spacious premises formerly oc
cupied by Stone & Davidson in the
Hume building. They have good
commercial facilities in every respect,
have an enviable business reputation
and in the matter of groceries, can
nery supplies, etc., will carry a full
stock to be furnished at satisfactory
L J. Arvold is in receipt of a letter
from a friend in Eureka, Humbolt
county, California, which gives an
account of a great storm and high
tide in that place the last week in
November. The water rose two feet
above the highest dock, and rafts
had to be built on which to rescue
women and children from the lower
stories of buildings in several streets.
Sometime ago two young men
named Mack and Emory started in
business at Aberdeen and were do
ing welL From that place comes
the sad news that on Thursday last
Mr. Emory while trying to go aboard
the schooner Argonaut at that place,
slipped and fell, being almost instant
ly drowned. Deceased was a single
man, a native of Michigan and well
liked by his acquaintances and busi
At the business meeting of the
Y. M- C. A., the managing committee
recommended the purchase of the
gymnasium, for the use of its mem
bers, and also the leasing of larger
rooms for its use, the present location
being inadequate for the needs of
the association. The building
formerly occupied by M. Olsen &
Co. has been tendered at a low rent
The meeting adjourned till Tuesday
evening next, to tase aennite action.
The Standard says: "A quarry of
most excellent granite has been found
about one mile above Kalama, almost
on the river bank, and the O. R. & N.
Co. has entered into a contraot with
the owners of it for the amount need
ed. It will cost $10,000 to get the
stone delivered, as it will have to be
boated across the Columbia and load
ed on cars, brought through this city
and transferred to the O. R. & N.
Co.'s track on the east side. Two
men went down to Kalama to-day to
begin operations, having been sent
down by the owners, who live in East
Portland. The quarry is ,said to be
inexhaustible and of as good quality
as any that comes from the east or
The Uaitcd Slates Restaurant
Opens to-day at 2 o'clock and it is
without question one of the finest ap
pointed restaurants north of San Fran
cisco. None but the bc.t of cooks and wait
ers employed at the U. S. Restaurant.
Read tho United States Restaurant
dinner bill of fare to-day.
A bunch of safe keys on a triancular
key rinz. Finder please leave at Asto-
BIAS Office. Jt'ETKK UBAXT.
A Splendid Stock
Of new goods to be opened at Carl Ad
ler's. Call and examine.
Middle Aged Wema Wanted
To take care of a child. Apply at this
"Who sells the most Pianos. Organs,
and Musical Instruments? The New
York Novelty Store.
A Fnll Ticket Nominated Last Evening.
Pursuant to call a Demociatic
meeting was held at the court house
last evening and numerously attend
ed. Tho meeting was called to order
by C. H. Page, who read the call. C.
J. Treuchard was elected chairman,
and Wm. Pohl secretary. The con
vention then proceeded to nominate.
The following were neminated: For
mayor, J. C. Trullinger; for council
man 1st ward, li. U. Jvinney; for
councilman 2nd ward, P. E. Ferchon;
chief of police, A. M. Twombly; po
lice judge, C. H. Stockton; treasurer,
J. G. Hustler; attorney, Geo.Noland;
surveyor, N. D. Raymond; assessor,
J. P. Dickinson; harbormaster, Den
When the nomination of auditor
and clerk was reached, the names of
Wm. Pohl and J. E. Ferguson
were placed in nomination. Geo.
Dorris and T. G. Boelling were
appointed tellers. A ballot was
taken with the following result:
Wm. Pohl, 87; J. E. Ferguson, 38;
scattering, two. Wm. Pohl was de
clared the nominee of the convention.
On motion the nomination was made
unanimous. For the position of
street superintendent the names of
Thos. Logan and John McCann were
placed in nomination. When the
ballot was partly taken the latter ob
jected to the manuer of the vote, al
leging that there were men voting
who were not entitled to vote. It
was then suggested by C. H. Page that
the ballot box be placed on the table
in front of the chairman and each
one come forward to vote. This was
done. Tho result of the vote was as
follews: Thos. Logan, 07; John Mc
Cann, 50; blank 1. Thos. Logan was
declared the nominee of tho conven
tion. On motion the nomination was
J. C. Trullinger was loudly called
for. In response he said "he was
proud of this mark of esteem from
the convention; that he accepted the
nomination, and if elected would
work earnestly and faithfully for the
interests of the city. He had beon a
resident of this state for 33 years;
had worked hard, and had through
his life tried to do all good possible
to his fellow men. He had no pledges
to make, would try to treat all square
ly and fairly and would, if mayor, aot
solely with a view to the peace, quiet,
order and advancement or the city.
Hon. C. Leineawebor came for
wnrd in answer to a call and said he
was always ready to lespond. He j
was not a resident of the city but he
felt a great interest in tho welfare of
this municipality and congratulated
the convention on tho nomination
for mayor and warmly endorsed Mr.
Trullinger as an old acquaintance
and an honest man.
A. M. Twombly wa3 the next speak
er, briefly thanking the convention
for the nomination and pledeed him
self if elected to so serve as to give
satisfaction to the citizens of Astoria.
Wm. Pohl said that he felt under
obligations for the nomination and
hoped that tho whole ticket would
be elected next Wednesday.
J. P. Diokinson said that coming as
it did, he felt that the nomination
was a compliment to him which he
fully appreciated and if elected would
endeavor to so discharge the duties
of his position as to merit popular
O. H. Stockton said he had not
gone on the street to seek the nom nem nom
inateon: had worked for the Demo
cratic party and referred to the
manner of his nomination by Mayor
Hume and his confirmation by the
council two years age: had served as
police judge for two years and if
elected would try to so aot in that
capacity as to have it said at the
close that he had done his duty well
C.H.Page said that he felt like
thanking the convention for the nom
ination and that throwing all dissen
sion aside they should all labor for
the success of the nominees next
Thos. Logan thanked the conven
tion for the nomination and was fol
lowed by Geo. Noland who said he
appreciated tho honor of a unani
mous nomination and hoped to get
the unanimous vote of the meeting
as well. He touched briefly upon
the charter amendment fight a year
ago and charged that the effort to
make a property qualification was a
C. J. Treuchard spoke a few wors
for J. G. Hustler and said that
through a lifetime he had known him
to bo an honest man who if elected
would serve thu people honestly and
Dr. Cabaniss was tho last speaker
after which it was decided that the
chair appoint a committee of three
or moro from each ward, and the
Grand Opening ofUuitcd States
Dinner Bill of Fare to-day:
Trkey, Cranberry Sauce: Chicken;
Pig and Apple Sauce: Beef, Mutton,
Venison, Pork, Veal, Heart
Venison, Pot Pie, Beef a la Mode, Mac
aroni and Cheese, Chicken Fricassee
Corned Beef and Corned Pork and Cab
bage, Ham, Leg Mutton and Caper
Sauce, Tongue Spanish.
Mashed Potatoes, String Beans, Green
Apple, Blackberry, Pumpkin.
Apples, Nuts, Celery, Etc.
Tea, Coffee, Claret, Milk, Wine or Beer.
Dinner irom 2 to 8 : cents.
At Carnahan & Co.'s, just received, the
At a reasonable rate; the fine new
building opposite JEirchhoffs bakery.
Apply at this office.
THE LATEST NEWS.
PobtiiAxd, Dec. 5. Captain Na
than Ingersoll, surveyor of the port,
died this afternoon from the effects
of a recent stroke of apoplexy.
Chicago, Dec 5. A violent storm
in this section prostrated the wires
and did considerable damage.
BAD MAN FBOM MONTANA.
Bozemak, Doc 5. Jos. Jando, who
recently put his eleven year old
daughter in a house of ill fame in
this place telling the proprietress to
educate her in tho profession, was
last night taken out by vigilantes
and hanged to a lamp post. He
cried loudly and aroused the atten
tion of the police who cut him down
before life was extinct.
Detroit, Dec. 5. Bishop Burgess
has issued a decree of interdic
tion the parish church of St.
Alberts. It was caused by members
of that church raising a serious dis
turbance in front of the church
almost occasioning bloodshed. This
action disbars the congregation
from the sacrament of baptism
and outlaws the entire congregation.
Such action is very rare, but few in
stances being on record sinoe the
commencement of the Christian era.
helping the pensioners.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 5. The
commissioner of pensions has issued
an order which will expodit pension
matters and bo very benefibial to all
claimants in the pension office.
The Idaho sails to-day.
The pilot schooner came in yester
day. The Zamora and Carnarvon Cas
tle have arrived out.
The Grisedale went to sea yester
day. Tho Walla Walla also crossed
The Alumina is "an old timer,"
and has been hero several times be
fore. The Columbia is due from San
Francisco this merning: the State
Tho A. Ji. Field came iu last Fri
day. She will make another trip to
Tillamook this week.
The British ship MacBiarmid
cleared for Queenstown yesterday
with 89,620 bus. wheat, worth $66,65.
The British bark Viola, 595, Price
master, from Victoria; tho Alumina,
previously reported, and the British
bark Katahdin 1.173, 65 days from
Auckland, arrived in yesterday. The
The British bark Marquis of
Lome, arrive dat San Francisco from
Hong Kong Friday evening, reports
that she picked up Captain Hassmore
and eleven of the crew of the British
ship Albula, on October 25. The Al
bula was wrecked during a typhoon
off the Lew Chew islands, on October
14, on a voyage from Hastings Mills,
Burrard inlet British Columbia, to
Shanghai and lost ten men. She had
previously been reported abandoned
Td Bad Luck.
Pobt Townsend, Dec. -L The
steamer San Pedro, from San Fran
cisco, went ashore near scow bay this
morning, at about 1 o'clock. She
was going at full speed nt the time,
and it was almost high tide when she
grounded. "Where she went ashore
is about a mile inside of the channel
leading to Tacoma, her port of des
tination. The revenue cutter Oliver
Wolcott and tug Tyee have been pull
ing at her all day, but cannot move
her. The ballast has all been pumped
out. She is lying on a sand spif, and
is not in a dangerous position, but
may not come off until the high tide3
that come on in three or four days.
The weather was slightly hazy, but
calm at the time and both the Point
Wilson and Admiralty head lights
Reduced Freight Rates East.
Yesterday now tariff sheets of the
transcontinental association from Pa
cific coast terminals to Missouri river
points and eastern terminals were re
ceived here. They went into effect
on the 1st iust, and show a reduc
tion of about 20 per cent It affeots
only east bound traffic. Beductions
from Portland and Astoria to New
York, Boston, Philadelphia and Bal
timore are as follews: First class,
$6 to $5, second class, $5 to $4; third
class, Si to S3; fourth class, $3 to
S2.50; fifth class S2.50 to $2; sixth
class, S2 to SL75; seventh class, $1.75
to S1.50; eighth class, $1.50 to $1.25.
Rates between Portland and points
between the Missouri river and the
Atlantic coast are reduced in like
proportion. Oregonian, 5.
All members of the independent
club are hereby requested to attend
a special meeting of the club to be
held in their room in O'Brien's build
in? on Sunday evening, December,
6th, at 8 o'clock; a full attendance is
specially requested a3 business of im
portance is to be transacted.
By order of tho president
Wm. Humbkii, Secretary.
Kuclilcu's Arnica Sairo.
The Best Salve i n the world for
Fever Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands.
Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. b or sa le by w
E. DPineut & Co.
Are you made miserable by Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
dppetite. Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vital
izer is a positive cure. For sale by W.
Tor a .Teat Fitting Boat
Or Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, o Che
natnus street next door to I. W. Case.
AH goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality. A full stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom-work.
In his zeal for reform the new com
missioner of the general land office
is involving in hardship a largo in
dustrious and excellent body of
people who have settled on public
lands in this state and "Washington
territory, and who have not yet ob
tained complete title from the
government. In very many instances
the requirements of residence, culti
vation, otc, have.been. complied with
and the patents are delayed in the
delivery because the lands "have not
yet been surveyed. Thus .settlera,
though unquestionably entitle'd to
their holdings, have not all the ad
vantages which, belong to ownership.
They can live on the land, but cannot
sell it; and besides there are many
minor annoyances growing out of
undefined -and uncertain conditions.
rTwo or more persons often claim the
same piece of land, and tnereare
continnal rqvra about boundary lines
and other matters of importance as
detween settlers. It has been. com
mon in past years when settlers" have,
desired, as people always do, to JiaTe
their rights determined and accredit
ed, to pay the cost of surveys, the work
being done under direction of the
surveyor-general and'as government
work, and differing from regular
government surveys only in the cir
cumstances, that they are paid for
by the settlers instead of the govern
ment There is no more chance for
fraud under this practice then under
the regular system, and as a matter
of fact there has never been fraud
under it in this country. .
In accordance with this practice,
certain settlers along the upper
Young's riTer, in Clatsop county,
recently made up a purse and
engaged the surveyor-general of Or
egon to make a contract -to survey
their district The work was done,
but when .done .under government
authority and in accordance with
government rules and reported to
Commissioner Sparks, the contraot
was abrogated and so it goes for
nothing. The Young's river settlers
are out their money and still have
no title, to their lands. Some of
them havo lived continuously on
their setHemtnts for more than fif
teen years waiting for the surveys
always promised bnt never performed,
and it is not surprising that they are
impatient and disheartened, particu
larly since they havejbeon denied the
privilege of doing for themselves
what the government neglects to do,
and are some thousands of dollars,
out of pocket in the attempt. . ';
There are two 'similar cases in
Washington territory, one in the
foothills of the Blue mountains,
where a large settlement engaged .the
surveyor-general todoEe"work and,
paid their money for it, 'and another
in the country north of Vancouver.
In the two instances -the settlers
have paid Sl-,000 of Tnondy gotten iu
the hard ways by which alone money
is acquired in new and remote set
tlements, and to no nurpgse whatever.
The contracts, propelyJinade by Jhe
territorial officer of surveys, have
been abrogated by Commissioner.
Sparks. ii ..--
He is afraid, he. .says, of frauds,
and his argument is very brief "be
cause" Jsome time back) "there were
frauds in similar cases in. Arizona.
And so, because there 'have been
frauds in Arizona, people in Oregon
and Washington, who have acted in
good faith, must suffer. As well
might the commissioner refuse to
issue patents under any or all cir
cumstances in Oregon because there
have been frauds elsewhere.
Mr. Sparks is new to the business
of his office and, unfortunately, seems
to think that the land laws are in
tended, not to facilitate the distri
bution of public lands, but to keep
the people from them.. He seems to
think, also, that all applicants for
the land are wolves. His oaution
(well intended, no doubt) amounts to
obstruction. The worst of it is that
the victims of his. unjust ruling are
poor and deserving people, who can
ill-afford to lose their money .or to
suffer delay in getting possession of
their lands. Oregon ian, 5.
AH over the land are coinff Into' ec
stasy over Dr.s King's iew Dlscoverj
for "Consumption. Their unlooked for
recovery by the timely use of this great
life Saving remedy, causes them to
go nearly wild in its praise. It is guar
anteed to positively cure Savere Coughs.
Colds, Asthma; Hay Fever, Bronchitis,
Hoarseness. Loss of Voice, or any affec
tion of the Throat and Lungs. Trial
bottles free at W. E. Dement & Ca's
Drug Stored Large size S1.00.
The Rev. Geo. H. Thayer, of Bonr
rKjn.lnd., says :uBoth "myself and wife
owe our lives toSmfcon's Consumption
Curb." Snld by W. E. Dement
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath stiured by Shiloh's Catarrh Rem
dy. Pri-e 50 Cente, Masai Injector free
For sale by W1. E. Dement
A goad waiter. Apply to Jrtv. .
Koi Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint
Sou have a printed guarantee on every
ottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never
failH to cure.. Soid by W. E. Dement
All the patent medicmeaadvertlsed
In this paper, together with-the choicest
Eerfumery. and toilet articles, etc-can
a bought at the lowest prices, atJ. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident
WHITE' GOOES f
-SiCPLOYED AT HIK
The Tafiles Supplied with the
Best the Marjcet ' Affords.
In the Sleeping Department.
Clean, Comfortable Beds.
J. G. ROSS, Proprietor, ,
3LUN STREET, .' ASTORIA OREGON.
Jba. A. Gill, editor and proprietor
Pacific 'Journal, is in the oity.. ,
Mr. Jno. A. Devlin and wife are
passengers on. the incoming steamer.
-T. 7. Hamilton has been-appointed
TJnijed States marshal for "Washing
ton territory. "
Sam. ThalL the urbane agent of
the Grismer-Davies combination was
in the city yesterday. He leaves on
the State to-day for San Francisco.
Judge Pete Buney came down yes
terday afternoon from high altitudes,
and was busy yesterday shaking
hands with old friends. He has the
finest health resort in the northwest
at his place at Foley Springs, and its
fame is conatan.tly on the increase. ,
ThB uronerfcv of tTiA Tlwsin Wharf
and Transportation company was sold
uk ouctiu b bsib uu xuunuay, norem
ber 30th, for the -sum of $1,015, -the
amount or .judgment and costs
nsrai'iat it. It was bid in bv TTnorm Xr
Young, t"ot Portland, the judgment
creditors. Itia generally understood
that Geo. T. "Mvers'ia tA nnmtiiM thu
property- for4he.purpQse of building'
a cauuer uu u.-?jrucijiG jovnuiu
The steel-head salmon now coming
to market are very fine. They are as
bright as an 83 cent 'dollar and the
flesh is of good color. The steel-head
has been looked. down upon in this
country because it is not so fat and
rich as the Chinook, but is well liked
east and is finding favor here. Ore
. A KcllalIe Article.
For.enterprlse,"push and a desire lo
get such coods as will cive the trade
satisfaction, J. W. 3onn the Druggist
leads all competition. He sells Dr. Bo
sanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, because
Coughs, Colds, Croup and Primary Con
sumntion. Price 50 cents and Sl.00.
Manufactured only by the California
Fig Syrup Co. San Francisco Cal. is
Natures- Own Truo Laxative. This
Eleasant liquid fruit remedy may be
ad of W. E. Dement & Co, at fifty cents
or one dollar per bottle. It is the most
Eleasant, prompt and effective remedy
nown, to cleanse the system; to acton,
the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels gently
Vet thoroughly; to dispel Headachs,
Colds and Fevers; to cure Constipation,
Indigestion and kindred ills.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron
chitts immediately relieveja.by Shiloh's
Cure. Sold by-W.E. Dement.
A Nasal Injector free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy
Price 50 cents. Sold by W. E. Dement
The Only Perfect Remedy
For habitual constipation, dyspepsia
and kindred ills, Is' the famous liquid
fruit remedy Syrup' of Figs. 11 strength
ens as well as cleanses the system, it is
easily taken and perfectlyharmless.
For sale by W. E. Dement & Ce:
. -Heady For Busiaoss. .
'For a good, steak, "a delicious cup of
toffee or a, nlate" of fine -ovstars- co tn
Frank Fabre's Coffee, Oyster and
Chop House; opposite M.C. Crosby's.
Sniron's Cure will' immediately
relieve Croup, Whooping Cough, and
Bronchitis, Sold by w iE.Denient& Co
J. Joplin has returned, and is again
ready to repair umbrellas 'and tend to
business tit the old stand.
The Latest Novelties
Will, he on exhibition this week at Carl
A Whitehall boat on the 28th of .No
vember, opposite Astoria. Inquiry may
be made of P. Jordan, master steamer
Astoria, Dec. 2, 1885.
A Spleadld Display
At Carl Adler's Crystal Palace the com
A full line of Masks and Masauerade
suits for rent, at the New York Novelty
PartlftS wfMilncr !Tnrnr nlUncr nfnnv
size or length can be supplied by leav
ing oraers wiiuj. a., u. uray.
Preaching In the Swedish language
in the Episcopal chapel, upper Astoria,
on Sunday, at 10 30 and 730, and in
the Encllsn language In the same place,
Thursday evening at 730.
W. Lussier oi San Francisco has en
gaged in the photograph business with
Crow the leading photographer.
A fine display ot Crockery and Glass
ware will shortly be exhibited at Car
nahan & Co.'s, for the holiday trade.
-Shiloh's Catarrh Kemedy a posi
tive cure .'for Catarrh, DIptneria and
Canker Mouth. Sold by w. E. Dement
H. P. GREGORY & CO.,
Xo, 5 Xertk Frost St., PartUBd. r.
Importers and Dealers in
Lathes, Barlnc Xaehiaea,
BtBlNawi, Scroll 8nws.
"Tubber and Leather Bel tiny,
MILL flXDIKOS QEXERAILT
HEAT. QUICK: AMD CHEAP,
The Astorian Job Office.
Fesale by Catting, Cerle & Co., Agents
. roruana, uregon.
BIDS yilLL BE RECEIVED UNTIL
Monday. December "th, at 1 P. ar. at
me office ot the County cierK, lor Duuauijc
abridge across Ohanna" creek. Plans sad
specifications can be seen at tbe office of tke
Connty Clerk. . .
- By order or tbe County Commissioners of
Clatsop county, aAc0UISE, -Attest:
.O.X.Tfe'nchard; County Clerk.
i FULL AND
Having purchased extensively in Eastern and San Franciacc
Markets, lam now prepared to show the Largest and Most Varied
Assortment of DRY GOODS and CLOTHTNG in the State -of
Every Department is Complete!
Being one of the
Largest Bnyers of Dry Goofls i ClotMnff
In The North West,
Buying Direct From The Manufacturers and Importers,
Saving the Extra Profits of Middlemen, We are enabled to
Give Our Customers the Benefit!
We Only Carry
FIRST CLASS GOODS!
And Our Prices are Low.
WHOLESALE COUNTRY ORDERS
Specially Attended to and Filled With Dispatch.
C J. COOPER'S
Wholesale and Retail Stores, Astoria, Oregon.
CITY BOOK STORE
Just Received Direct From New York,
The Finest and Largest Variety of
AIiSUa.CS JUTD JTTSTCXTXXiE SOOZS
Ever Exhibited in Astoria!
TO BE SOLD Al NEW YORK PRICES!
THE OREGON SHORT LINE.
1 1 TO 500 MILES THE SHORTEST ; 12 TO 48 HOURS THE QUICKEST.
CHICAGO, BOSTON. NEW YORK.
And AU Points East.
Rates 8.30 to $10.25 tke Cheapest to
Council Bluffs, Omaha, Kansas City,
AND OTHER POINTS.
Pallium Palace aaa F.mljcraHt Sleeplar Cars IiaKled oh Express
TralmsExelHslvely -without Change.
It you are BOlnK east write for Ratra. Mars, Time Tables, Guides and Full Information.
FREE OF CHAKGE.
WL A. If YES. W. Iu G ABRET80N.
Agent; Astoria. Asst. Agt.. Astoria.
General Asent, No, 1, Washlnaton street, Portland, Oregon.
MacDonald & Mcintosh
Are now Prepared to
Show a Large Assortment
Goods in Every Line!
Which will be Sold at
Lower Figures than at any Other House
IE" THE CITT. '
The Leading Clothing, Hat, and Gents' Furnishing Store
Newr Dress Goods,
New Flannels, Etc., Etc.