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" ASTORIA, OREGON? "
.APRIL S. 16S7
Good "Friday: fall moon; high tides.
The Trebelli-Musin company will
not appear in Astoria, this trip.
In the police court yesterday John
Dee, -whom many supposed dead, waB
fined So for being drunk.
Theo. Bracker is enlarging his place
of business and adding to the general
conveniences of the establishment.
Kev. Geo. C. Hall has rented Capt.
A. D.v7ass' house, and will go to keep
ing house upon the arrival of Mrs. Hall
from the east, who i3 expected here
on the 16th inst.
The members of the Astoria fire
department are called to meet at their
respective engine houses in full uni
form at 1:30 p. m., next Monday, for
inspection and parade.
The bridge across the Willamette
between Portland and East Portland,
i3 about completed. Tt is 1,650 feet in
length. It will.be formally opened
for business to-day or to-morrow.
A stage containing the Stuttz the
atrical company was upset in the Sis
kyou mountains between Ashland
and Yreka last Tuesday night, seri
ously injuring three of the occupants.
And now it is said the interstate
commerce Iqw will keep away a good
many theatrical troupes. If this be
so it will prove a blessing in disguise,
as far as the aforesaid theatrical
troops are concerned.
Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W.,
has offered a reward of 850 for the re
covery of the body of Wm. Wilson, a
member of the lodge, drowned from a
plunger in the stream abreast of Kin
ney's cannery, last Monday.
At three o'clock this afternoon E. 0.
Holden will sell at public auction on
Gray's dock a lot of condemned U.
S. property, consisting of black
smiths' and carpenters' tools, garden
tools, spades, shovels, axes, etc See
adv't. , .
There will be preaching in the Nor
wegian language in the Lutheran
church, upper -Astoria, this evening
at 750. Ttfext Sunday, Rev. H. Eng,
pastor of the Norwegian Evangelical
Lutheran church, preaches his fare
Oapt. JBabbidge of the 8. G. Reed,
gays that whatever honor belongs to
the saving of Martin Matson and his
boat puller,, on the 2nd inst, by right
belongs to Capt. Kindred, who was
on the boat, and had charge at the
time of.-the rescue.
The "timber land fraud" cases were
dismissedby US-distriot judge Al
lyn lasfTuesorayat "Vancouver? 'The
U. S.' grand" Jury that found the in
dictment was partially composed of
women; the supreme court of the
territory recently decided that women
couldn't vote; Jience, it is argued,
they couldn't act as jurors; therefore,
q. e. d., the indictments were quashed.
The guilt or innocence of the accused
plays no part in the proceedings. It
was just a plain quash.
Daring March, says the News, 619
cabin passengers arrived here by
steamer from San Francisco, and. 800
in the steerage. Dating the same
month 332 first clasB passengers and
i,uoi immigrants passea iieron on
the Northern Pacific, and 251 first
class passengers and 1,193 immigrants
passed Huntington on the Oregon
Short line, bound this way. The to
tal arrivals were 4,282, as compared
with 2,100 for February, and 1,986
for January a total of 8.3G3 for the
first three months of the year.
Captain Chas. F. Powell opened
the bids in Portland ast Tuesday, for
delivering 20,000 tons stone at Ya
quina bay, for the jetty, bb follews:
Hoffman & Bates, 812,000; M. S. Hart,
812,600;. Wilcox. 815,000; P. O'Neill,
815,000; Wiberg & Jansen, 810,800.
Bates & Steele, S10.400; Keady &
Fordyce, 823,000; Ingham & Newton,
89,600. The stone is to be delivered
on scows within fifteen miles of New
port, the delivery to begin about May
1. The contractor is prohibited from
employing alien labor on the work.
The contraot was awarded to the
lowest bidder subject to the approval
of the department at Washington.
Desirable Tract For Sale.
One hundred and sixty acres, heavily
wooded with spruce, ten miles from
town, on Lewis and Olarkes. For terms,
etc.. apply at this. office.
Mrs. it. Woodfield having received
her Spring Millinery invites the ladies
to call and see them on -Friday and
Saturday of this week.
For a few days there 'will be on ex
hibition in the Jewlery window of the
Crystal Palace, aJarge consignment of
very fine Jewlery direct from the
manufacturers, everything shown in
the window is new and of very rich
designs, take a look a? you pass.
To do general housework. Apply to
Mrs. C. L. Pap.ker.
Members of the Scandinavian Bene
volent Society are hereby notified that
theiext regular meeting will be held
April 12th, being the 2nd Tuesday In
ther mtmth. .
The finest and nicest steak to be had
in town at Fabre's
Elgin and Waltham watches, clocks
and Silver ware of the latest styles iust
opened at the Crystal Palace, prices
lower than ever.
Eastern oysters fresh every steamer at
The best oysters in
any style at
LATEST TELEGBAPHIO NEWS.
A Blank Shot at a "Yankee" Vessel.
PoitTiAxr., Or., April 7. The po
lice to-day entertain some distrust
of the story told by Smith and his
wife about Mrs. Minor's confession,
but will not relax their vigilance,
however, and try and ferret the mat
ter to the bottom. The story finds
credence with many.
RHODE ISIiAXD DEMOCRATS.
Providence, B. I., April 7. Full
returns from Tuesday's election show
that Davis, Democrat, is elected gov
ernor by 973 majority; Slocum, Dem
ocrat, attorney general by 5,518; Per
ry, Democrat, treasurer, by 2,609.
The woman suffrage amendment was
lost by 15,123.
IK NEW HAMPSHIRE.
Coktoocook, N. H., April 7. An
earthquake here this morning caused
great fright; it lasted a minute and
was accompanied by loud reports like
thunder. Many were rolled out of
KILLED BY IXDIAX3.
Assixaboixe, N. W. T., April 7. ;
Edward Caldwell, a wealthy En
glishman was found murdered near
his home yesterday; his head was
horribly mutilated, indicating the
work of British Indians who have
been raiding lately.
IX UNSATISFACTORY CONDITION.
Lokdon, April 7. Ex-Secretary
Manning is unable to exerciso out
doors owing to the cutting winds.
His condition is not satisfactory to his
San Francisco, April 7. One hun
dred and two head of blooded stQck
belonging to Lloyd Tevis were sold
yesterday for 818,000. -
NEWS FROM ROME.
Kome, April 7. The Pope is about
to issue a letter sauctiouing the- erec
tion of a Catholio university iujJalti
more. The Pope also insists that
Father McGlynu must come to
Harrisburo, Penn.. April 7. The
bill has passed the state senate pro
viding that the death punishment
may be inflicted lay electricity.
DOESN'T GO BACK ON HDAINE.
New York, April 7. The Tribune
doea.not refer to the Blaine-Sherman
matter, but Whitelaw Beid, when
seen, denies that he ever wrote the
A NEW CORPORATION.
San FRANorsco, April 7. The Ore-
egon, Coal and Navigation Cempauy,
has "been incorporated Jiere for the.
purposes of general mercantile coal
and shipping "business in California
and Oregon. The capital stock is
seven million dollars. The Btock is
all actually subscribed.
NOW LET THE EAGLE gOREAM.
St. Johns, April 7. The cruiser
Vigilant to-day sighted an American
vessel inside the three-mile limit and
gave chase. The Yankee refused to
stop. The VigilaM fired a blank
shot. The Yankee, however, soon
gained the line safely.
- NO APPEAL FROM THIS.
Berlin, April 7. A decision is an
nounced that persons who acquired
citizenship in the United States and
lived five years there, have lost their
German citizenship, and therefore
should be expelled "from Germany
until they had regained their citizen
ship. There is no appeal from this.
Los Angeles, April 7. A represen
tative of the Chicago & Saute Fe and
California Railway, says the road will
be completed next December. It will
be forty miles shorter than other lines.
Try Fabre's celebrated pan roast.
If you have a watch or clock that
needs repairing take it to the Crystal
Palace, and get a good job done by
a first class workman.
What Isbetter than a glass of liquor
A cup of delicious coffee at Fabre's.
Ffrr The Most Beautiful
And enduring photographs; charming
tones., the most scientific retouching
and fine polish go to N. S. Shuster, the
pioneer leading photographer. See new
samples at his new gallery on the road
way. Ten cents for a cup of FahroS nice
Fine "FuruiAlied Rooms.
Atthe.Munson Heuse: Newly fur
nished and renevated: terms reasonable.
Mrs. A. E. Stout.
On The Way.
. Eight cases Finest New York Baby
Buggies. "Wait for them.
New York Novelty Stoke.
Telephone IiOIging House.
BestBedsin town. Rooms per night
50 and 25 cts., per week S1.50. New and
clean. Private entrance.
Ogilvie's Popular Reading, No. : at
the Crystal Palace.
A New And Ealarged 8toek of
Choice Brands or Clears.
Imported Key West and domestic. All
tastes can be satisfied and all pockets
.suited as to price. Tansili'sPunch and
Juniors In full supply as usual at
D. L. Beck & Sons.
Large lot of Reading matter just
received at the Crystal Palace.
A TESTIMONIAL OF REGARD.
( Wisuer, Nebraska, Chronicle 2.)
The Congregational churches of
West Point and Wisner are without
a pastor. Last Sunday completed the
second year of Prof. G. C. Hall's
ministerial services here, and as has
been announced he had resigned the
oaBtorate of these churches to accept
a call to Astoria, Oregon.
Several weeks ago a joint commit
tee was chosen from the two societies
to draft resolutions expressive of the
respeefcin which he was held by his
flocks here and of their feelings upon
the dissolution of the relations that
have existed between them and him.
The following are the resolutiens:
Whereas, It has pleased the Great
Shepherd that the beloved pastor of
the Congregational' churches at Wis-J
ner and West Point, JNebrasKa,
should beicalled to a broader field of
labor and usefulness, be it
Resolved, By the members of the
congregations -aforesaid, in joint con
ference assembled, that, with deep
regret, we heard the call, long appre
hended, summoning from us the
the watchful shepherd of our little
flocks, whose brief stay among us
has been a constant inspiration to
higher aims and nobler thoughts,
and for whom even our early indif
ference was turned to deep respect,
our love to tender reverence;
1 mar, m ine ueparcure oi xne rvev.
George C. Hall, we lose a faithful
pastor and a genial friend, whose on
ly enemy was the hydra-headed raon-
i ster whom he so fearlessly fought in
all forms, whose only ambition was to
do the will of Him who sent him; and
be it further ,
Resolved, That we heartily con
gratulate the brethren in Astoria,
upon the accession to their pastorate
of a tireless, earnest worker in the
Master's vineyard; and especially do
we commend to their society, their
love and their tender care one "whose
own works praise her in the gates'
a kind, loving, noble. Christian
TIip "Olympian" and the 'fOrej;ou."
The O. B. & N. steamer Olympian,
now under charter to the Pacific
Coast Steamship company as a sum
mer excursion boat on their Alaska
route, sailed from Astoria on Wednes
day la.Bt for San Francisco, under
command of Capt. Carroll. She had
a summer sea and reeled off about
fourteen miles per hour down to the
latitude of Coos bay, where she ran
into a hurricane which lasted
about fourteen hours. She stood
it pretty well until about 4 p. m. on
Thursday, when a big sea stove in her
bathroom and barber shop, abaft the
starboard wheel. Fortunately the
steamer Oregon was close in sight
and Capt. Carroll set his ensign for a
"What can I do for you?" asked
Capt. Pohlman, as he drew alongside.
"Send me a carpenter, if you
please," was the laconic reply.
The Oregon lowered her boat under
the charge of her first officer, 'with
Jfcwo sailors -and a carpenter. They
pulled tq the disabled ship, now listed
ovler with a big- weight of water on
her after decks, and were about to
climb on board when the boat
was swamped under the Olympian's
guards. All four men were in the
water, but lines and life-buoys were
lowered to them and they were hauled
safely aboard. In three hours the
carpenter had repaired all damages,
and the Olympian stood on her
course, arriving in port four hours
behind the Oregon. But it was a
close call for the four men in the
It is the duty of every person who
has used Bosehee's German Syrup to
let its wonderful qualities be known
to their friends in curing Consump
tion, severe Coughs, Croup, Asthma,
Pneumonia, and in fact all throat
and lung diseases. No person can
use it without immediate relief. Three
doses will relieve any case, and wo
consider it the duty of all Druggists
to recommend it to the poor, dying
consumptive, at least to try one bottle,
as 80,000 dozen bottles wero sold last
year, and no one case where it failed
was reported. Such a "medicine as
the German Syrup cannot bo too
widely known. Ask your druggist
about it. Sample bottles to try sold
at 10 cents'. Begular size, 75 cents.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers,
iu the United States and Canada. .
Shiloh's Vitallzer is what you need
for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Diz
ziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia.
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottler Sold
by W. E. Dement.
What! Do Sou Think
Jeff of the U. S. gives you a meal for
nothing and a glass Ot something to
drink? Not much; but he gives the
best meal and more of it than any other
restaurant in town. 2Ti cents.
Shiloh's Cough and Consumption
Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It
cures consumption.. Sold by W. K. De
California Oat Uny,
Dry Fir 'Wood; in large quantities
and nt lowest prices at J, II. D. Gray's
And Free Lunch at the Telephone Sa
loon, 5 cents.
Syrup oi Figs.
Manufactured only by the California
Fig Syrup Co. San Francisco Cal. is
Natures Own True Laxative. This
pleasant liquid fruit remedy may be
had ot W. E. Dement & Co, at fifty cents
or one dollar per bottle. It is the most
pleasant, prompt and effective remedy
known, to cleansoUie system ; to act on,
the Liver, Kfdnej'S and Bowels gently
'yet thoroughly to dispel Headachs,
Colds and Fevers; to cure Constipation,
Indigestion arid kindred ills.
A luxury and necessity for rich and
poor.who wish to enjoy good health,
and who do not wish to resort to bitter
nauseous liver medicines and cathar
tics, is the concentrated liquid fruit
remedy Sj-rup of Figs. 50c. -and SI
bottles for sale by W. E. Dement & Co.
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's Vitallzer Is
guaranteed to cure you. Sold by W. E.
Dement & Co. - - "
Leon Fabre has resumed his post
in the telegraph office.
Tudge Lorenzo Sawyer is on the
steamer that arrives to-morrow, to
hold TJ. S. circuit court in Portland.
Bev. J. B.N. Bell, editor of the
Boseburg Review, has been appoint
ed clerk of the railroad commission
B. E. Jackson, now a resident of
the Goldendale district, is in the city
to take his family to their new home.
F. H.Poihdexter leaves on Wednes
day next for San Francisco and will
start for Chilcat, Alaska, about May
Pravs for n Decree.
D. D. Oliphaut has sued Augustus-
K. Frank, administrator of the estate
ot Alfred S. -Frank, deceased, Han
nah S. Frank, B. G. Whitehouse,
Frederick S. Frauk and Alfred S.
Frank to recover a piece of laud on
the ocean beach in Pacific county,
W. T. The complaint alleges that
prior to October 5, 1885, D. D. Oli
phant, Alfred S. Frank, Samuel
Mears, W. B. Ayer, W. Ladd, Charles
E. Ladd, G. P. Frank, T. B. Wilcox
and A. L. Maxwell associated, them
selves together for the purpose of
purchasing and dividing among them
selves certain lands in Pacific county,
W. T. They purchased blocks 83 and
81 in Tinker's addition to Long Beach
and all the land lying in front of said
blocks down to high water mark on
the beach. The land was deeded to
A. S. Frank as trustee. Plaintiff
prays for a decree adjudging him to
be the owner of the middle third of
said property as per agreement.
Miss Pearl B. Holden entered her
teens yesterday, it being her twelfth
birthday. It was made the ocoasion
of a joyful juvenile gathering at the
residence of her parents. Among
those present to congratulate the fair
young hostess and participate in the
recreations and dainty refreshments
provided, were the Misses Alva Heil
born, Annie Woodfield, Stella and
Maud Spedden, Frankio Holden, Ag
gie and Daisy Stockton, Winnie
Goodman, Eliza MoKean, Minnie
Hobson, Nellie Sherman, Maggie
Laws, Mamie Clinton Annie Chris
tiansen. Also Thomas Bryco, Fred.
Whitwell, Charlie Hob3on and oth
ers. Miss Pearlie was the recipient
of many elegant birthday presents
and her young friends had a most en
joyable time at her birthday party.
Not a few of the citizens of Astoria
have recently become greatly excited
over the astounding facts, that several
of their friends who had been nro-
nounced by their physicians as jncur
ablo and beyond all hope suffering
with that dreaded monster Consump
tionhave been completely cured by
Dr. Kine's New Discovery for Con
sumption, the only remedy that does
positively cure all throat and lung dls:
eases, Coughs, Colds, Asthma and Bron
chitis. Trial bottles free at W. E. De-
ment& Co.'s Drug-Storcflarge LottlcsSl J
Over on the John Day, just twelve
miles west of here, there are two men
both of whose names are Donald
Macrae. Besides having the same
name, they wero born in the same
year and iu the same country, (Scot
land). They are tho same bight,
same complexion. both bach
elors, and are following the
same bnsiness. live in the
same house, eat at tho same table,
being partners in the sheep business.
They came to America the same time,
worked a long time for the same man,
and are both of the same generous
and honest nature, that, though liv
ing in a rudo cabin in the rook-ribbed
hills, makes "a man a man for a' that."
The Latest and fireate-it Discovery.
DB.J.DE PBATI'S HAMBURG
FIGS, A crystalized fruit cathartic.
A discovery of the- greatest interest
to the Medical Profession. A boon
to every household. A most delicious
laxative or purgative prepared from
fruits and vegetables. So perfectly
harmless that they may be adminis
tered with entire safety to an infant.
So efficacious to adults that a single
dose will prove their value, and so
elegant a preparation that it needs
only to be presented to the public
to become a necessity in every
household throughout the land.
For liver complaints, habitual con
stipation, indigestion, dyspepsia and
piles, they are a specific. To trav
elers by sea and land they will be
found invaluable; they are positive
ly unfailing in their action, and this
is the only medicino ever offered to
the public thnt is acceptable to the
taste, and so pleasant that children
will eat the figs as eagerly as candy.
For sale by every Druggist through
out the world. Price, 25 cants a box.
J. .T. Mack & Co., Prop's, Q and 11
Front street, San Francisco, Cal.
Lowest Cash Iriee.
Coal Oil at ?2-T5 a case, at
I). L. Reck & Soxs.
The leading Photographer. For tho
finest ohotos m all the latest stvlns mul
of supi-rior finish.
Croup, Whooping Gough and RroL
chitis immediately relieved bv Shiloh's
Cure Sold by W.E. Dftnent." .
AtFiank Fabre's for suppers, par
ties, etc. The best cooked to order.
Shiloh's Catarrh Itemedy a posi
tive cure for Catarrh. Diptncria and
Canker Mouth. Sold by W.E. Dement.
That Hacking Cough can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it. Sold by W.E. Dement.
United States Restaurant ia-iho best
and cheapest in Astoria.
Sleepless Nights made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's' Cur tfis
the remedy for you. Sold by "W. E. De
ment & Co.
The care of the complexion has be
come an accomplishment that no lady
of refined tastes can afford to ignore,
and in leading society circles it claims
as much thought as do the fashions.
It is an acknowledged fact that the
variations of eur climate are very se
vere on the complexion, noticeable by
a roughness and dryness of tho skin,
and to counteract this effect it be
comes -necessary to call in the aid of
art. In the selection of this agent
too much care cannot be exercised.
It is well known to the chemist that
many of the so-called "blooms,"
"balms," "creams," etc., contain -lead
and other poisonous substances, the
long-continued" use of which is dan
gerous. Wisdom's Bobertine is guar
anteed under a forfeiture of $1,000,
to be absolutely free from poisonous
substances. If yo.u have not yet tried
it," do so at once, and be one of the
hundreds who pronounce it the most
delightful toilet article ever pro
duced. Wisdom's Bobertine is sold
at fifty cents per bottle. Sold by W.
E. Dement & Co.
How to Avoid Trouble With Baptise.
pany witn uis trnnu at uetroit on
his way homo from Washington' sev- j
eral weeks ago, sinco which time he
has been in steady correspondence
with railroad and customs officials
about it. If ho learns wisdom by ex
perience he will take his other shirt j
and box of collars in a hand valiso j
next time and be his own-porter. It
is in this way that newspaper people i
avoid trouble with baggage men and
customs inspectors. Telegram.
D. Ifovt & Co.. Wholesale and
Retail Druggists of Rome. Ga.. sav
we have been selling Dr. King's New
Discovery, Electric Bitters and Buck
lcn's Arnica Salve for two years. Have
never handled remedies that sell as well,
or give such universal satisfaction.
There have been some wonderful cures
effected by these medicines in this citv.
Several cases of pronounced Consump
tion have been entirely cured by use of
a few bottles of Dr. King's New Discov
ery, taken in connection with Electric
Bitters. We guarantee them alwavs.
Sold by W. E. Dement & Co.
Jacob Kamm is talking of building
another eteamer for tho Vancouver,
Washougal and La Camas trade. It
is said the Lurline will then be taken
off the Vancouver route and be run
to Astoria in conjunction with the
fast steamer Telephone. The Alas
kan will be run on the ABtoria route
and lively times are anticipated dur
ing the coming summer. News, 7,
.. Heart Disease I!!
Bead the hospital reports, read the
mortuary reports, read the medicine
publications, read the daily news
papers, and learn how wide-spread is
heart disease, how difficult of detec
tion it is to most people, how many
and how sudden are deaths it causes.
Then read Dr. Flint's- Treatise on
Heart Disease, and learn whatrll is?
what causes. it,.what diseases it givea
rise to, what its symptoms are, and
and how it may be attacked. If you
find that you have" heart disease,
ask your druggist for a bottle of Db.
Flint's Heart Remedy. The treatise
may be had on application to
J. J. MACK & CO.,
Nos. 9 and 11 Front street, S. F.
r-Siiir.oii's Cure will immediately
relieve Croup, Whooping Cough, and
Bronchitis. Sold by W.E. Demeut & Co
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with tho choicest
periuuiery, and toilet articles, etc can
be bought at the lowest prices, at J. W."
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident
With a magnificent stock "of Goods
For -Men, Young Men and Bojs.
STRAW and PELT HATS.
TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.
Tho most Beautiful Hue or
Neckwarei Suspenders, Etc.
Hoys' Sailor Suits from 2 upward.
The Clothier and Hatter.
New York Movelty Store
G. H. COOPER'S
Our first shipment of Spring- Styles for 1887 in
Gents1, Young Men's, Youths' and Boys'
Are now; in stock. These lines are manufactured more especially
for the city trade and are in different weights, and handsome patterns.
And forgSTYLES, FITS AND WORKMANSHIP they are unequalled.
Our STYLES of STRAW HATS for 1887 are now in, also new
Soft and Stiff Fur Hats.
The leading Dry Goods and Clothing House
PasteThis On Your Looking Glass.
. You will be sure to see it in The Astokian and will remember
it, because it is for your interest to do sg.
No premium Chromos, Gift enterprisest Bean guessers, or any
other clap trap, is resorted to-by D. L. BECK & SONS to sell their
goods. Sgnest Goods, Honest Weights and Small profits is their
motto, the cost of tho clap trap being taken off the price of the goods.
And the people like it better than the chance enterprise, where one
out of hundreds gets the prize, for they all get it in the j3rioe of the
If you want cannery supplies, go to D. Xj. BECIC& SONS.
If vou want Roller flour, Oat, Graham, Rye or Corn Meal, . .
go to JD. Z.BECK & SONS.
If you want Wheat, Shorts, Bran, or Rolled Barley,
go to J). L. BEOK & SONS.
If vou want Cheese, Best fresh Butter and Eggs,
go to J). L. BEOK & SONS.
Tf vou want Breakfast Bacon, Hams, Pig's feet or Lard,
. go to JD. L. BECK & SONS.
If you want Sardines, Anch6vies,Holland or Smoked Herring
Boneless Cod or Codfish" brick, 'Stock fish, etc., go to
B.Z. BEOK & SONS
If vou want'Sugar, Syrup, N. O. Molasses, Palace Drips,
go to B. L. BEOK & SONS
If you want Vermont Maple Sugar, pure Maple Syrup or
Fresh Cal. Honey, go to D. L. BECK & SONS
If you want Sauerkraut, Chow Chow, Piokles or Gherkins,
in bulk or glass, go to B. Z. BECK & SONS
If you want Nuts Seedless or Layer Raisins, Dry Apples or
any other dry or Canned Fruit, go to B. Z. BECK & SONS
In short, if vou want any kind of Staple or Fancy Groceries
go to B. Z. BEGK& SONS
Do vou want the best Coal Oil in the market, or the best Oil
Can ever invented, go to B. Z. BECK & S ONS
Do you want Brooms,Tubs, PailsrWashboards,Clothespins, -
J . go to B.Z. BECK tt SONS
Dn vnn want Hall and Parlor Hanffincr, or Parlor, Chamber
or Kitchen Stand Lamps,-go-to B. Z. BECK & SONS
Do von want Plain Decorated China or Crockery Ware,
White, or Fancy Glass Ware, go to B Z BECK & SONS
Do you want Vases or other Ornamental articles, Silver
plated Knives and Forks, Table or Tea Spoons,
v - . " goto BZ BECK & SONS
Do you want any kind of Cigars or Tobacco, from cheap and
common to the best to be had, go to B Z BECK & SONS
In fact, if you want anything in our line, you .will go home
hap'py and sleep contentedly if you buy of
D. L. BECK & SONS.