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VOL. XXXLV, NO 44.
A STOMA, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1890.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
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HAKBED FOR DOUBLE MURDER.
Tie Sintlern Pacific Reportei Pnr
cfeasing Washington Coal Lands.
SOMl. VOltTLAXli SEWS XOTES.
Beux Fonte, Pa., Feb. 20. Wm.
Hopkins ras hanged hero this morn
ing for the murder of his wife and
mother-in-law. When the drop fell
the first rope liroke and the con
demned mau was again fastened up.
The drop fell successfully the second
time. The crime for which Hopkins
Inid the penalty of his life was one of
the most uufeeling ever chronicled.
Hoptins is twenty-nine years
of age. In 1SS7 he married
Majnric Wigeman. For a year they
lived happily hut Hopkins became
jealous and finally left his wife who
returned to her father's home. On
Sept. 30th, 1SS9, Hopkins went to
Wigemans house and deliberately
shot both the wife and her mother
dead, then running from the house
he stopped in the street and fired
two shots at his own head but only
mcceedod in intiicting slight Hcsli
PonTLAxn, Feb. 20. To-day the
grand jury, in the case of D. W. lial
ston agaiust the P. Sc W. V. railway
oomtiany in which the plaintiff sued
for S11.2TK) for injuries alleged to have
been sustained by him while traveling
in one of the defendant's cars, found a
verdict in the sum of 82,100 for plain
tiff. Portland Cold.
To-dar has been the coldest day
(.'KTe KU Creditor HIh Proper!.
Sax Francisco, Feb. 20. Charles
Montgomery, a well known hotel pro
prietor and business man who was re
cently embarrassed by the fradulent
transactions of one Grant or Glen
cross, a young man whom he had as
sisted in business, has turned over all
his property to his creditors and re
ceived a receipt in full.
A BIc Purchase.
Xew York, Feb. 20. It is currently
reported that heavy negotiations are
pending bctweed C. P. Huntington
and Henry Tillard, whereby the
former becomes the purchaser of
large tracts of coal lands in the new
state of Washington. The details are
are withheld, but it is under
stood that these lauds cost
Huntington and his associates sev
eral millions of dollars independent of
the money they will expend to build
a line of steamers to developo traffic
The N. P. to Control the U. A. O.
New Yokk, Feb. 20, The Times
says that it is announced on practi
cally official authority, that the deal
by which the Northern Pacific expects
to obtain control of the 1$. & O. rail
road, is being personally managed by
Henry Villard, who has full power,
and au abundanco or money.
A Mctim orFonl PU).
Sr. Locis, Feb. 20. Chas. Nail was
arrested yesterday on a warrant sworn
at St. Charles, charging him with the
murder of his wife, Fanny Nail. It is
a case which created a sensation last
week. Nail had his wife's life insured
in several companies aggregating
Siri0,00a He took her to
SL Charles on a visit, and when about
to return she was fatally wounded by
a discharge of his revolver, which he
claimed was iu his overcoat pocket,
and struck against a wheel of the
wagon, as he was getting
in. The case was brought to public
notice by Nail notifying the insurance
companies of the accidental death of
liis wife immediately on his return.
The investigation resulted as above.
The conviction that Mrs. Nail was a
nctun of foul play is growing strong-
A Devoted Enthusiast.
Chicago, Feb. 20. Miss Amy C.
Flower, otherwise known by her
church name as Sister Hose Gertude,
is in the city, on her way to San Fran
cieco, whence she will sail for the
Sandwich Islands where she will devote
the remaining years of her life to the
service of the leper colony at Kala
laoo. Sho is the petite and pretty
daughter of an English Episcopal cler
gyman. She was converted to Cathol
icism and goes out as a member of
the order of St. Dominicus, with the
Pope's blessing and scientific appa
ratus for propagating and observing
the bacillus of leprosy.
The AaericAH Chanpienshlp.
LaFatktte, Ind., Feb. 20. Geo. C.
Beck, of Indianapolis, yesterday won
the American fiejd championship, in
wing shooting, from Fred Erb, who
won the cup from Budd, of Iowa.
Beck got 49 out of 50 birds, missing
the fortv-sixth. Erb's score was forty-five.
A rUrnl KGUeMst.
KixgstoXj Ont, Feb. 20. At a late
boar last night a fire broke out in a
two-story frame dwelling on Daget
street occupied by Jno. Lesion
a&d family. When the 'firemen
catered the house they found
$125 AND $150 PER LOT
ROBB & PARKER, General Ag'ts, Astoria.
four children dead in bed. Mrs. Les
ion after vain efforts to rescue the
children jumped from a second
story window with her babe
in her arms. Her leg was
broken by the fall, but the baby was
uninjured. Mr. Lesion also made he
roic efforts to save the children and
was severelj burned. He will prob
AN OKF.UON HEROINE.
She Gets a Pension In Her Old As?.
Washington, Feb. 19. The com
mittee on pensions the other day
listened to a speech by Representative-
Hermann which sounded more
like romance than serious history.
It was in behalf of the pension of
Christina Edson formerly Geisel.
She was truly the heroine of the early
Oregon Indian wars. The representa
tive described to the committee, how,
on the dreadful night of February 22,
1850, the Geisel family were massacred
on the Pacific coast, near the mouth
of Rogue river, in Oregon; .how the
Indians, led by one who had been em
ployed by the family, entered the well-to-do
household and struck to death
the husband, then, taking captive
the mother with her M-days-old in
fant and little daughter 9 years of age,
they proceeded to butcher the three
little boys who were sleeping in an ad
joining room and how, when each lit
tle fellow was led to the slaughter
piteously begging for life, the agon
ized mother was compelled to witness
the awful deed, and then when all was
done and the house plundered of its
contents, the further sentence was im
posed upon her, that of beholding the
mansion put to the torch and with
the lifeless bodies of husband
and children reduced to ashes
and cinders. Then the midnight
march of the captives to the Indian
village of the Ta-toot-na Indians was
described, and how as one dwelling
after another was reached the inmates
were massacred and their home3 put
to thc'ilamcs. The captivity, the suf
ferings endured, and the ransom
which followed were told, and how by
the precious information obtained
from the ransomed women as to the
plans and preparations of the tribes to
march on Port Orford and surprise the
inhabitants there, timely warning
was conveyed to them and that
town on the coast was bared from
destruction, and how, by the
same information, the volunteers who
were forted up at the mouth of Rogue
river learned of the only safe approach
to the hostile fortification and by fol
lowing it, effected an entrance wliich
resulted in the complete vanquishment
of the Indians there and the conclu
sion of hostilities in that portion of
Oregon. The representative read
from affidavits of the present county
judge of Curry county, who was a
survivor of the terrible conflicts there,
also from the statement of the lieu
tenant who commanded the volunteers
when they were first attacked and re
pulsed with considerable loss of life.
It was shown that this Oregon lady
was now in old age and in reduced
circumstnnces and without any home
of her own, and it was contended that
the services she rendered, if not the
sufferings she lxre, should commend
her to the nation as one most worthy
to receive a grateful pension recogni
tion in these her declining days.
It is sufficient to say that the com
mittee unanimously recommended
the passage of the Hermann bill giv
ing tills pioneer woman of Oregon S25
per month for the balance of her life,
Villurd Gets The Baltimore A Ohii.
St. Paul, Feb. 19. Notwithstand
ing the general denial of the purchase
of a controlling interest in the Balti
more & Ohio by the Northern Pacific,
such a thing is not altogether unlikely.
Every one knows that the ambition of
Henry Villard's life is to secure what
will be practically one line of road
from the Pacific to the Atlantic; in
fact, he is on record as having said
that he hoped to live to see this accom
plished. The Northern Pacific has
now a line from Portland to Chicago,
some 2,500 miles of road, and tin ad
ditional 800 is all that is necessary to
reach the Atlantic seaboaad.
The largest stockholders of the Balt
imore & Ohio stock are the Garretts,
the city of Baltimore and John Hop
kins university. The Garretts will sell
if their price is offered, while the hold
ings of the other two are on the mar
ket. The John Hopkins block of 15,
000 shares is already sold, if the report
is true, to Andrew Carnegie. It may
be possible that Carnegie is acting in
the interest of the Villard party.
Ileavv Losses of Live Stork.
Pendleton, Feb. 19. T. H. Rob
bins received a letter to-day from his
father at Ritzville, stating that 750 out
of his 1,000 sheep have died. Bobbins
lost 1,000 during the winter of 1888.
Cattle are dying in large numbers
in the John Day country. Snow still
covers the ground, and greater losses
are feared. The largest losers are H.
Sloan and R. A. Kelsay.
There is nine inches of snow on the
ground, but no blockades have been
We Tell Yoh Pesitirclj-
That Simmons Liver Regulator will rid
j'ou of dyspepsia, purify your system,
enable you to sleep well, prevent mala
rial diseases and give you a brisk and
vigorous feeling. It acts directlyon the
liver and kidneys, cleansing, purifying,
invigorating and fortifying the system
against disease. It will breakup chills
and ftver and prevent their return yet
entirely free from calomel or quinine.
THE RIVAL CITIES,
Claiming Tie Site For The World's
Fair In J92.
THE I'll ESI J) EST IX riTTSItURG.
Washington, Feb. 20. By special
order to-day was set apart by the
house for the debate on the report of
the committee on the world's fair site.
The galleries were filled with specta
tors. The usual preliminary routine
business was transacted with every
show of impatience. A message from
the president was read relative to Sis
soton and Wahpeton Indian agree
ment. Merril of Kansas presented a
conference report on the senate bill to
increase the pensions of helpless sol
diers. The agreement makes the pro
posed increase to take effect from the
date of the passage of the bill on. the
issue of a surgeon's certificate. Mcr
ril explained that the bill involved the
expenditure of 8400,000 or S4."0t000.
It was adopted.
Chandler of Mass. explained how
the time is to be divided in the world's
fair debate; one hour to each four of
the contending cities. To morrow
the opponents of any bill are to have
one honr and ihe remainder of the
day will be divided between the rep
resentatives or the four cities. Mills,
of Texas demanded half of the time in
behalf of the opponent's bill.
Chandler offercred to give the op
position two hours but Mills did not
think this was a fair division.
Speaker Reed said the question was
First, as to whether the fair should
be held: second, at what point The
chair thought the debate should Ikj so
arranged as to give full informa
tion to the house on the point on which
it desired explanation.
Chandler took the floor and opened
the debate. Chandler proceeded in
an impartial way to explain the pro
visions of the two bills, one intended
for use in case the fair should go to
New York, Chicago or SL Louis, and
provided for an appropriation by
the government of $1,500,000 to
make its own exhibit The other is
drawn for Washington. If held there
the money will be raised by the dis
trict government by the issue" of bonds.
Flower of New York, followed on be
half of New York city. Flower was
followed by Moore of New Hampshire,
Covertj Cummings, Tracy and Quinn
of New York, favor of New York's
Hitt then opened the debate for
Chicago. Hitt was followed by Adsuns,
of HlinoLs, in favor of Chicago.
The bankrupcy bill was completed
by the house committee on judiciary
this morning, and the chairman ax:
thorized to report it favorably to the
house. Cnlbertson, of -Texas received
permission to report as a minority!
measure a bankruptcy lull introduced
After routine business the senate
took up and adopted Chandler's res--1
olution calling on the attorney general
for information as to the assassina
tion in Quiucy, Florida, of the United
States deputy marshal Saunders.
Blair then resumed his speech on the
IV Ji ere In lit I
WAsniNOToN, Feb. 20. -A report
has reached hero to the effect that it
is supposed that Silcott, the abscond
ing cashier of the sergeant-at-arms of
the national honse of representatives,
is somewhere in the state of Washing
ton. Following is his descriptien: Age
51, height 5 feet 7 inches, weight 15)5
pounds, corpulent, with very heavy
stooping shoulders and protruding
stomach, ruddy complexion, short
thick neck, pleasant face, blue eyes,
gray hair, and is bald on the top of
his head. He has a scar extending
from the eyebrow to the
nose, which causes him to squint
or cast in one eye. When he was last
here he had long chin whiskers and a
mustache mixed with gray. He wears
a No. 7 shoe. His feet are pigeon
toed, and very offensive when exposed.
He is an inveterate smoker and oc
casionally drinks, his favorite liquor
being whisky. He uses glasses in
A rroBldentUI VUIt.
PrTTsnono, Pa., Feb. 20. President
Harrison arose early, and after break
fasting at the Duquesue club visited
the points of interest under the
guidance of Andrew Carnegie. An
afternoon reception was held in the
court house, and in the evening Car
negie's free library was dedicated by
A Brace Of Villains.
PHiLADELririA, Feb. 20. Jacob
Schoop and Thomas J. Cole were
hanged together in the Moyamensing
prison this morning. Schoop was
hanged for the murder of Anton
Schilling and. Cole for the murder of
Walter McAllister. Both murders
were cold blooded.
Suicide At Se.
Philadelphia, Feb. 20. Mrs. Ida
Walker, the wife of a well known
English bicyclist and a passenger on
the steamer British Princess wliich
arrived yesterday from Liverpool, com
mitted suicide on the Ilth with, laud
anum. She had suffered much from
seasickness and domestic troubles.
Call Eariy and Take Your
Stern Justice Meted OhI.
Baltimore, Feb. 20. The Navaasa
rioters were sentenced this forenoon.
Geo. S. Key, H. Jones and Ed Smith
were sentenced to be hanged "March
28th. Fourteen men convicted of
manslaughter were sentenced to, terms
in the penitentiary for terms of from
two to ten years. ' .
The World's Fair BUI Slffked.
Albany, N. Y., Feb! 20. Governor
Hill has signed the world's fair bill.
Couldn't Identify III. . j
Chicago, Feb. 20. J. B. -Kelly, the
Cronin suspect, brought here from SL
Louis, was released this morning. No
one was able to identify him as J. B.
Siuionds. the man who bought the
furniture found in the Carlson cot-'
Tbe Director Indicted
New York, Feb. 20. The grand
jury has indicted Bell, Simmons. and
Wallack for grand larceny in taking
$13,000 worth of bonds from the Len
nox Hill bank.
Chicago, Feb. 20. The signal ser
vice office gives the temperature at the
following cities, this afternoon, as fol fel fol
eows: New York,3G;New.Orleans;68;
St. Louis, 18; Cincinnati, 36; Chicago,
18; Winnipeg, 32 below.
THE CHICAGO MARKETS.
CincAGO,Feb. 14. Wheatfirm; Feb
ruary 75;; March 76j;May 78.
Com Firmer; February 28J, Mav.
Oats Steady; May 21). .
Barlev- Nothing doing. Jt
Pork Steadv; February $9.75;
Lard Steadv; February $5.57K:
May 53.90. ,
TaLe Care! There Ii Danger f
In allow hi k inactivity of the kidnejs.to
grow tliroucli neglect. The deadly snoafa
of ''right's disease and uinbetes will wreck
the goodly bark of health If it hallowed fo
drift mdderless upon them The bladder,
too. if inactive, and judicious medication
docs not speedily direct the helm toward
the port of safety, will be whelmed by the
qu'cksaml of disease. In select hip a dl
urenc let your choice fall upon IIotetter's
Stomach Hitters, which stimulate the reaal
organs without irritating and exciting then,
two effects to be apprehend! from iheun
medlcated stimuli largely resorted to. These
have a tendency to react prejudicially. The
Bitters invigorate the kidneys and blad3ac
in common with the nerves and tbe'dtoestive
organs, and so afford lasting aid. It also.
auorus uuai assistance in pirvenitna;-aaa'
cunng intermittent ana remittent, xever.
ISiliousness, constipatlou and rhmmatrsm
it albo subjugates. s p '
Three Colorado Misers Killed, j.
-. Aspek, Cor, Feb. 19. Shortly iiftep,
nudnicht -while --Martin and""Huhi
Brahiard, two brotheisVetojAiMa
intheMollie Gibson mine tncja6M
'ioia-upon wmcu myy were Bumotag
gave way. Both men fell-ioVthe bo
torn oLthesuaft, a distance oM50 fee$
and.weceinstantlrlilecL- About the
satoe gonf ijames Lyons, a jniner
wurjang iu uiu xiomesuiKO-nuae, was
instantly kill&I, his brains being:
knocked out by a piece of rock falling:
100 feet and striking him on the head,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Casioria
Vhen Uabjr ra3 sick, w o gave her Castoria.
iTben the was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
iVlicn she became Miss, she clung; to Caatoria,
Alien she had Children, she gave them Caatorii
WHY WILL YOl i-msli when Slil
luh (Jur wiM izlw tniiiicilt.itt relief.
Pr tv, 10 s wi rK and SI, at 1. C. De-
SLKKPLKSS N'U;ilT,S. ma.ii- miser
able liy dial t nihil rough. Shilnh's
(J:m-i-tin rrui ) for nu. .1. t. De
WILL YOU iJl'FFEIt with I)y-u-bia
and Lhvr Complaint V Slillu!i'.i VI
talizer is guaranteed to cure you. .I. C.
THAT HACKING COUGH can bo
so quickly cured by bhilolfs Cure. We
guarantee it. .J. C. Dement.
fllWO AGENTS-LADIES OR OENTLE
X men to canvas for a uselul household
article. Agents who have had some exper
ience preferred. Good commission. For
further Information address K. K. WADE:
LIDDICOAT & CRIBB.
Carpcu ters and Bitilders.
Ilo't Zc McCurtrIj old stand, have over 300
plates and drawing of all kinds and styles
of dwelling-houses, ranging from $900 to
?l,iO0 Call anfl see them.
Tax Notice. - . .-
THE SGH&OL TA3C IN SCJHTOL Dis
trict No.: 9,for the year 1889, will shortly
become delinquent. All .parties not having
paid their taxes are requested to settle
forthwith. Taxes mav be paid at my oUce.
ClerlrScltool District Norl8.Clatsop Co., Or.
Teachers' Public-Examination; 1st
Quarter, 1890. .
THE TEACHERS1 POBLIOXAMINA
tion for Clatsop county, Orej-on, will he
helcLat tile Cedar street school JidnM ; to
commence at 12 o'clock "M., on the 20th day
of February. A. D, 1890. -Ho one will be ad
mitted -into to class after be examination
questions' are opened, SJranpersmustbripg
recommendations as to their moral'cbarae
tcr, endorsed by two persons known to th
superintendent. C. W. SHIVELY, .
Superintendent Public Instruction.
Astoria, Or., February H, 1830.
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.THE GERMAN ELECTIONS,
Pwile-PaBic Stridently One of Tlie
;-3 . ""'-BMKiftfs Smrises.
RJ7SSIA BVZLDOSVi'G BULGARIA.
-Sofia, Feb. 20. Russia has de
manded that the government of Bul
garia shall pay 3,000,000 arrears of
money due on account of Russia's oc
cupation daring 1878- and 1879. The
I Remand is in part related to the col-
aolidation under one government of
Bulgaria and eastern Roumelia. Rus
sia iias never pressed tbe debt, but
demands the arrears now, apparently
.under a sense of irritation.
THE GKKXAK ELBCTIOXS.
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.TfcrJj-Bfrr TaatUf 111 Treat' EaVtMCj.
.u-4 , rrr: , .
uerlix, r eD. "an. XOB general elec
tion for members of the German reich
stag took place to-day. The aggregate
numbers of the vote polled was phenomenal-
The election officials were
overwhelmed with work and at the
polling places they were unable
to keep up with the crowds of
electors who during the noon
hour hastened to depoaite their
their votes. The majority of factorys
were closed during the day. Many
anti-semitic conservatives voted for
tbe socialist candidates in order to
A great sensation was created here
at one o'clock thk afternoon, by the
sudden receipt of an order from the
emperor for all troops to march to
Oenzberg, forthwith. The orders
were mstntly complied with.
The people were almost panic stricken
until it was announced that the ma
neuver was simply one of the military
surprises inaugurated by the emperor
to test the efficiency of the garrison to
reply to a sudden attack by the ene
my. . Tka "Graaale" Arrlrei.
Qoeenstowx, Feb. 20. The steamer
Uermantc arrived from New York to
day. ' A BlMttrtti pxplaalaa.
. 'Paks. Feb. 30. Fortv-three bodies
have been taken from the Colliery
XKciscien, which exploded Tuesday
nignt: in aaainon to tnese eigne min
ers were badly injured and have been
All the patent medicines advertiseu
In this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles etc can
oe Uouclit at the lowest nrices ntJ. W.
tvrtfiurs aruK.tiore, opposite ucciaeni
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the weak atoBBeefc sad
the -sscglaa; eBarffies. BeJforera fireaa
-aacatal or physical overwork will Sad
greet relief from them. Elegaatly
eager coated, Price, 25 eeate per box.
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ESTABLISHED - - 1870.
Traniactg a General Banking Buiine.
Drafts drawn available In any part of tbe
U. 3. and Europe, and on Bong Kong, China
Ornca Houas : 10 x. n. to s r. jc
Ood Farxows Buitudixo, Ajtorla, Oregon.
Magnus G. Crosby
HAEJWARE, IRON, STEEL;
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
With fty-flve bead of cattle for half the
increase. Call or write to
Vesper. Clatsop Couaty. Or.
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Astoria Real Estate &
This powder nerer vanes, A marvel or
trinity, strength and wnolesoraenesa, More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and can
not be sold In competition with the multi
tude of low test, short weight, alum or phos
phate powders. Sold only in canx. Ho va l
Baking Powder Co. ioe w'all-st.. N. .
Lrwis M. Johnson & Co., Agents, Pott-
In consequence of the demand for those
beautiful lerel lots. Mr. P. C. Warren has
been induced to plat ninety-six lots
Adjoining Warrenton on the .East.
Which will be known and sold as
THE RAILROAD runs through the plat,
which Is only 200 yards from the Warrenton
depot. For further information call at
once on the
ASTORIA REAL ESTATE GO.
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
City Express Transfer Company.
H. D. Thing and C. E. Miller,
Headquarters at Slain Street wharf.
TELEPHONE NO. 43.
Jl General Express and Delivery Business
Your patronage is solicited.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
There Is uo occasion for tho most fastidi
ous of our citizens to send to Portland or
Sau Francisco for
Custom Made Clothes
Ai they can pet Better Fits. Hotter Vork
maiHtup. anil for less Money.
Uy Leaving their Orders with M EaNY.
Now Goods bv Every Steamer.
Call aad Sr lllui hI stlafj Voi.rrlf
P. J. Meany. Merchant Talliir.
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Lots In Tract 3 of the beautiful suburb of
CHELSEA, only five minutes walk from the
steamer landing at Sklpanon and terminus
of A. & H. C. R. K. These lots are 50x100 feet,
on tbe first bench above the tide land, are
clear and level, and good water obtainable
within ten feet of surface. Prices from Seu
to 75 ; f 30 down, balance $10 per month.
Ten Acres, suitable for platting, clear and
level ; on county road and within easy drh e
Front Corner Residence Lot in Block No.
Six Lots In Block 9. ADAIR'S ASTOKIA,
tannine clear through the block, and mak
ing a fine residence site, looxiso. Only one
block from Columbia river and street car
line. Price, 31,050, part cash.
J. H. MANSELL,
Real Estate Broker.
"EIUANK W. REACH. OP TORTLAND,
J? tells us that he has a fine body of tide
land for sale cheap, if sold soon. His address
a , Muitnoraan oiock, romanu, uregon.
H. W. Strickler, M. D.
Purt Drugs, Toilet Articles, Etc
Prescription Clerk speaks Four different
General practice of Medicine attended to
uj ius uucuir.
Second btreet, near Postofflce.
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I i LESS THAN ONE MILE FROM : 1
j j THE O. R. & N. DOCK, j I
j : Prices Low and
KEEN & OOOK, AGENTS.
Beautifully situated on the
iJ T 1 T 1
.outing proposed ruouc rarK and near tne
newly discovered1 coal beds.
Only $:i per Lot for a lew days. Get in now and secure
FRANK SPITTLE, Agent
-i-LMj,j-m i ii i j j.'j-mjm.wmaEa
rwi,l?A(lr,,i-Jl,lJusoftht"lhva('oa"l Slioalwater Bay Kailroad. THE GREAT
EST bU-MMEIt JSESOKT OX THE NOUT11AVEST COAST. Lies at the head
oi the La), at deep water, and only twelve miles from the bar. The coming
County Seat and Commercial "Metropolis of r.tcific county. Xow laid out. Lots
on the market from S30, and upwards.
for particulars and fu!i information, call on or address
B. A. SEABORG,
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TUcv refcived the
ONLY GOLD MEDAL
For FAX THREADS at the
London Fisheries Eshibition 1883.
And have hem awarded IIKJIIElt iMMZES at the various
Than the goods of any other
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Quality Can Always be Depended on.
ExDeriencefl Meriii Use no Oilier.
HENRY DOYLE & CO..
5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street. SAN FRANCISCO.
AGENTS FOR PACIFIC COAST.
WOODBEERY SEINE TWINE, ROPE and NET
TING . Constantly on Hand. SEINES, POUNDS and
TRAPS Furnished to order at Lowest Factory Pricei.
Trust Co., Portland Ag'ts.
Terms Reasonable. j
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