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ASTORTA, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1890.
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CANADIANS WISH TO RETALIATE.
Mister Alraliai Lincoln Has Some
Chance for Life.
xexi ca s n v uti: it i : " o.v r.
Iosion Feb. 27.- Young Abraham
Lincoln, who was thought to be dy
ing last night, has revived. An ab
scess from which he has so lonj been
suffering, was lanced daring the night
and mnch relief was afforded him.
The physicians slate that his vitality
i. wonderful. Inquiry at tiie resi
dence thi afternoon elicited the in
formation that the patient appeared to
be further ralhinc at . o'clock this
afternoon. The doctors announced
that the only chance of Master Lin
coln for life lies in another operation.
It will le of a desperate character, and
will bs performed in a short time.
A Great Xtutcian a Criminal.
Berlin, Feb. 27. Emil Xeumau,
well known to musicians all over the
world by his "History of Music", was
arrested yesterday oil the charge of
murdering his son. aged 21. who was
found hanging to the bed post with all
appearances of suicide. The motive
for the crime is .supposed to be the
nous dicovery of his father's system
atic criminal conduct with many of his
pupils who belong to the lcst families.
A Xramrr of Ketatiation.
Ottawa, Feb. 27. A large number
or vessel men have ictilioueil parlia
ment to pass a law prohibiting tho
employment of any except Uritish
subjects, as masters, mates or en
gineers, on the Canadian inland wa
ters, and thnt foreigners be prohibited
from entering Canada under contract
to perform labor. This is in retali
ation for the United States contract
Harmony or Feel Ins;.
City op Mexico, Feb. 27. The
statements made by several California
newspapers to the effect that the Mex
icau delegates to the Pan-American
congress are endeavoring to create an
impression that tho United States cov
ets a portion of Mexican territory, is
denied in official circles here. It is
asserted that minister Ilomero and
General Media, Mexican delegates in
the congress, both able statesmen, are
animated by a most friendly feeling to
wards the United States aud desire a
continuance of the harmonious rela
tions between the American govern
ments. The Crews Were Saved.
LiVKnrooii, Feb. 27. There has ar
rived the steamer Queensmore from
Baltimore. She has on board the
crews of the steamer Claymore and
the ship Coroamiv, -which collided
find both sunk.
ad International Treat
Paris, Feb. 27. The Steele semi
officially says that a treaty exists be
tween F-ngland aud Italy for con
certed action on the west coast of tho
Spain's Baby Kinc.
Madrid. Feb. 27.It isofiicially
announced that the report that the
king has suffered a relapse is un
founded. Big Chance for Speeui ation.
Boexos Antes, Feb. 27. Premium
on gold has advanced to 134J-4 per
Deatb of Lord Auckland.
London, Feb. 27. Lord Auckland
Actress Proves Unfaithful.
London, Feb. 27. Francis Darby
shire has secured a divorce from his
wire, an actress known as Agnes
Hewitt. The grounds for action are
adultery. The court also awarded
Derbyshire S500 damages.
A Plot to Kill Ferdinand.
Vienna, Feb. 27. It has been dis
covered in the Bulgarian investigation
at Panitzas.of a plan to destroy Prince
Ferdinand, that a Russian general
awaited at Beni Besarabia the result
of the plot, intending immediately up
on the death of Ferdinand to cross the
frontier and assume command in
Licenses to Fithin; VsoI.
Ottawa, Ont., Feb. 27. Advices
from Newfoundland, state that the
legislature of the province will not
consent to the removal of the modus
operandi regarding the issuing of
licenses to American fishing vessels,
on account ot the bitter experience
the province has had in enforcing the
Irnit set of the colony.
London, Feb. 27. A letter from
Stanley was read at the meeting of the
corporation ot tho city of London to
day. Stanley says that he expects to
arrive in London by April 15, when
be -will receive the address which it is
the intention of the corporation to
London, Feb. 23. While the Mor
$125 AND $150 PER LOT
ROBB & PARKER, General Ag'ts, Astoria.
mon bishops engaged in the proselyt
izing campaign in England, were con
ducting a meeting in E:ist London
missiles were throrn at them by mem
bers of the anti-Mormon league. The
bishop? wre confronted with a young
girl who was a convert and recently
returned from Liverpool with two
children ragged and starving. They
had walked the entire distance.
Paris, Feb. 2 J. Le Gaulois pub
lishcT a dispatch from a correspondent
who accompanied the Panama com
mission. He says the experts have de
cided il is impossible to construct the
canal only with locks. Some engin
eers favor a plan of operation!-. ni
bodyiug two locks, which might pos
sibly be completed in four vears at a
cool of 2-.000.000. He also stales
that seven-tenths of the iork remains
to be done, and the canal is beginning
to fill with sand. He tlrinlis the com
mission will more likely advise the
company that from six to eight locks
wilt be j;cce--iarv.
J) oiii Pedro.
Washington, Feb. 2'-5. Djm Pedro,
the late emperor of Brazil, now an
exile in Portugal, it is reported here,
has decided to virile a letter to his
former .subjects resigning the sov
ereignly. This step t lie emperor will
take within a few months, unless cer
tain persons who would look vrilh dis
favor upon such action, hhould influ
ence him against it.
AX A.MPL1: I'.XPLAIXATIOX.
That t:o (rcnllcaun Siioiii.l
The editor or a Pennsylvania paper
called tho Blade some time since, in
writing up a marriage in high life in
the city where it is published, used the
words "marriage obsequies" in refer
ring to the ceremony. Of course the
friends or the newly married pair ob
jected to associating tho happy event
with a word u-iu'lly applied only to
funeral occasions, and one of them
took the editor to task in a communi
cation. "We are a-customed.' write-, lli:
correspondent, "to look for better
English than this from the editor of
our leading county paper. 'Marriage
obsequies' is not good English. Fun
eral obsequies' is of course, proper,
and is used by such authors as .Nathan
iel Hawthorne, Washington Irving,
Bobert Fulton and others, but never
marriage obsequies.' What you
doubtless meant to write was -marriage
lu replying to litis the editor of the
Blade finds himself somewhat at a
loss for words. He believes himself
right, but has not the authorities at
hand to prove it "We never intend,'
he writes, "to admit anything to the
columns of the Mad7 which is not
good English, but we may possibly
have been betrayed into il this time.
We still believe ourselves correct in
the ne of tho phrac, though un
fortunately we cannot prove it .-it
this moment. Wo have in our oilice a
large dictionary, the largest size made,
but owing to an awkward occurrence
it is not available for the particular
question. Wc will explain: One day
last fall wc were writingan cditoralon
a scientific snbject. Wishing to use
the word 'obsidian.' wc took down our
dictionary to learn the exact orthog
raphy. The book w:is lying open on a
chair near its while we transcribed the
word. At this point our fine coon
dog, given to us by the genial Sam
French, happened lo como in. He is
a good dog for coons, but the greatest
fool of a beast to have around when a
man is doing iiteraiy work which wo
ever saw. The dog went over
where our compositor was at
work and. seeing that he was vig
orously masticating something, began
looking up at him aud wagging his
tail furiously. The compositor was
really chewing tobacco which he had
borrowed from us, but the fool dog
judged that it was doughnuts or other
food, and thonght to get some of it
by thus working himself into the af
fections of the compositor. An open
ten-pound can of black news ink stood
by tho stove warming. About the
third wag, the dog slashed tho end of
his tail into the ink. WTe rebuked him
from our scat by our desk, whereupon
the miserable beast assumed a con
ciliatory air and came up to us mak
ing a feeble effort to smooth it over
but in bringing his tail around to one
side to show us that it was not so very
inky, what should he do but drag it
across the open page of our dictionary,
completely obliterating the word
'obsequies' and a dozen others
both above and below it! All efforts
to clean the page have been unavail
ing. Therefore we cannot look the
word up aud report to our valued cor
respondent whether we were right or
wrong. But we still think that we
were right We shall investigate the
matter when Ave go to Harrisburg in
The experience of the Blade editor.
-though somewhat novel, is not alto
gether exceptional, judging from ap
pearances. Probably that coon dog
or some other like domes
tic animal is rampant in many
print shops in the country, and books
of reference have many blots of ob
literation that hinders tho full appre
ciation of tho meaning of words used.
All the p.ilcnt medicines advertiser
iu this paper, together with the choicest
nerfuniciv, and toilet aiticlrsetccan
he bought at the lowest prices at.J. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident
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Call Early and Take Your Choice !
FOR SEAL LEASE POSTPONED.
RemMicaiis Gain a Representative
Dow Pedro in f asHnflon.
xi:r. voitic it vim i:n tiivst.
Tin "RriinlillKuis liirrci.it Their XaiJier.
Washington, Feb. 27.- -In the house
the contested election case of Atkin
son vs. Pendleton was called up and
tho tloor accorded to the contestee,
Pendleton. Cooper of Ohio followed.
The vote was then taken on the minor
ity resolution declaring Pendleton en
titled io the .seat and was defeated. 112
to l."0. It was a strictly party vote.
The question then recurred on the
majority resolution seating Atkinson.
The Democrats refrained from voting,
their object being to have the contest
ant seated by less than a quorum so
that the question of tho right of the
speaker to count a quorum may be
taken before the courts. The vote re
sulted, yeas 1G2, nays 0. A the speak
er counted a quorum, O'Farrell, of
Virginia, raised a point of no quorum,
but the speaker ignored him. The
newly elected member appeared at the
bar of the house and took the oath ot
Tin: p u:Ef.i. eoMMissio.v
l'jrncll .mil) or I'.fin Inno-eat.
New Yoitx, Fob. 27. The World
prints tho full text of the Paniell com
mission's report, the salient features
of which have been published here.
With reference to the Fenian move
ment the report says that the Irish
Bepublican brotherhood had for its
object the separation of Ireland from
England by insurrection, and in antici
pation its funds were largely used for
tho introduction of arms into Ireland.
Paniell states in his evidence that he
always understood that it was the
practice of the brotherhood to assas
The corresponding organization
among tho Irish residents in America
went by the name of the United
Brotherhood, or Clan-na-Gael. The
object of the organization was to aid
the Irish people in the attainment or
the complete ascendancy of Ireland
and tho overthrow of English domin
ion and a separate parliament from
that country. It was to prepare un
ceasingly for armed insurrection and
assist with money, war material and
The report speaks or proposals
made by the Clan-na-Gael to tho
Irish Bepnblic Brotherhood, in which
the rejected members were being left
lo their individual action, and says:
Although the proposal was not form
ally accepted by Paniell or the broth
erhood, il appear to us to have
formed the basis on which American
Irish nationalists afterwards left" sup
port to Paniell and his policy.
Ex.-1'rc.i.ieat CleTelialN I'royert.
Washington, Feb. 27. Tho Ecen
iny .Slur say?, that F. G. Xewlands,
representing the California syndicate
which recently made extensive pur
chases of suburban real estate adjoin
ing the city ou the northwest, has pur
ch:ised from ex-President Cleveland
his country place on Tonally town
road near the city, known a, Oakville.
The price paid for the houso and
about twenty acres of land is SWO,000.
The property was purchased by Cleve
land four years ago, and, with the im
provements since made, cost $30,030.
Tno Kansas Towns at Vi'nr.
Wichita, Kansas, Feb. 27. The
towns ot Ingalls and Cimarron in
Gray county, lite rivals for county
scat, are at war again; fighting over
tho advantages occurring from the
repent voting of bonds for the sugar
mill. Both sides arc ready and an
other battle is looked for son.
Commodore White, Iies.1.
Washington, Feb. 27.- -Commodore
Geo. B. White, chief of the bureau of
3'ards and docks in the navy depart
ment, died this morning of "apoplexy.
IV ndleton's ltoily llroughtOrrr.
New Yoric Feb. 27. The United
Stales steamer Enterprise, from an
European station, arrived this after
noon, bringing the lxdv of Geo. H.
Pendleton, late United" States minis
ter to Berlin.
Water 54 IVct High.
Cincinnati, Feb. 27. At 11a. m. the
river had reached 51 feet and half
an inch, and was still rising with pros
pects of rain. While there will bo
much discomfort and consideeable
loss, there is no apprehension of de- j
vaslation by the Hood like that of
18S3 and 1881 when the water reached '
seven ty-one feet, unless there should bo
phenomenally rainy weather, in the j
next fourdays. The prescntslage drives j
out many families in the low ground j
of Cincinnati, Covington, Newport and :
other points along the river.
Another Man lulled. i
Cincinnati, Feb. 27. Advices from i
Pikeville, Ivy., tell or another murder
among the McCoy-Hatfield adherents. '
The victim was Uncle Joe Johnson,
who was assassinated Sunday night.
Johnson incurred the enmitv of the
Hatfi2lds by disclosing their plan to '
escapo to the mountains.
The Rubber Trnst.
New York, Feb. 27. It is learned
authoritatively this morniug that at
the meeting of the rubber goods man
ufacturers yesterday, at which the rep
resentatives of all tho rubber boot
aud shoe compauys in the United
Stales were present, it was decided to
advance the prices of rubber coats,
shoes and goods 10 per cent. E. S.
Converse is chairman of the commit
tee having in charge the perfection of
a nibbcr trast The raw mbber
quotation is up in 80s.
The Cameron Colliery Firo.
Siiamokin, Pa., Feb. 27. The fire
in the Cameron colliery is burning with
increased intensity. The stope is full
of snioko and gas, making tho work of
fighting fire perilous. The general
superintendent, Williams, and mine
foreman Brcnuan wero prostrated by
the gas aud were taken out uncou
scious. Two men imprisoned in tho
colliery last night escaped through an
old chamber. Twenty-three mules
lie I)fscrvel to Re Hanged.
Lexington, Ky., Feb. 27. Thos.
O'Brien, the murderer ot his wife
Bettse and her unborn babe, was'
hanged at noon to-day. Their mar
riage was clandestine, the girl retain
ing her maiden name, Shea. At tho
tame time O'Brien wa3 engaged to
marry another girl, and was also inti
mate with disreputable women.
Chicago, Feb. 27. New York 4,
New Orleans 70, St. Louis 36, Cincinnati-It.
Chicago 31. Winnipeg 51
A Democrat Inaugurated.
Dcs Moinks, Feb. 27. Governor
Boise was inaugurated to day.
The Ueliring Sea Trouble.
Washington, Feb. 27. The lease of
tho fur seal islands has not been
awarded. There isvisitiug here at the
present time Sir Charles Tupper, the
Canadian minister, with the purpose of
bringing about the settlement of the
Behring sea trouble. His presence
may result in tho postponement of the
To Rridge the Columbia.
Washington, Feb. 27. In the sen
ate to-da the bill to authorize the
Oregon and Washington Bridge Co.
to construct and main a bridge across
the Columbia river between the states
ot Oregon and Washington, and to es
tablish it as part of a road, was taken
A $50,000 Monument to Columbus.
Washington, Feb. 27. Tho joint -
resolution for tho erection of a largoTboard the boat His age was 45 years.
cost $50,000, and tho removal of tho
naval monument at Fort Capital was
Chicago, Feb. 27. At the close,
wheat tinner; Februarv 76c; May
Com Firmer; Febniarv 28;"sc, May
Oats Steady; February 203sC
Barlev Nothing doing.
Poik-Steadv; Februarv S9.72,
Lard Steadv; Februarv $5.75, May
I'm l on tho IlreVcs
If -u It i : o.i:i!tujIi'4 il mil : ill in ii-ihit
liiMlth. lV.i!itn:s':c' mil, iii.p.urCil (lije
ti"iinul usmiiiiI ul.t:i:ir- i!i marks of li
i'Hiii' ('it i'k thirst .hhI nt!iir indications of
lirvui-itnri tli'cny with the xrnml Hal7er
and ntrin:ni t :. 21o.it pit's Siarau'h
II tH-is. IVjj.nuiij: :ti i he fountain head,
tin sti'iim!. tin l.ifers ifintdics its in
irfilikiuy. r i Is rs irns and sots it ijc
onnisl) at work Tin diue the oran is
Puis fii:' i J m ih mitihly s-;Mn;te froinc
the fund lis nutr'tiV 'irineiiilf.s. which the
Iiiioil:is-.i:nII uinjr, is riri(Iud, thus is the
sweiu uourishrii. and hvina nourished
stii-iitttlii'iifil, asd altii-mn.il wastf of its
tissues s;aiH. A:riitc. the nowertorest
well. :i rc-u'ar habit ate atsj re-cstablKlicti,
and tin various (unctions inoe once nrre
in their natural anil healthful groove The
KittiT. mo'i'mer. is a. specific for and prc-
entire or malarial complaints, rheumatism,
biliousness aud kidney troubles.
bLUEPLESS NIGHTS, maile miser
able by that t-rrible cough. Shiloh's
Cine i: thTtn- ly for you. J. C. De-
THAT HACKING COUGH can be
w) quickly cured by Miiloh's Cure. Wc
guarantee it. .1. C. Dement.
Intensely One Tear.
Powell, Neb., Sept, 1833.
I Buffered intensely with neuralgia In the
heed for one year, but tho pain was entirely
cured by a half dozen applications of 8,
Jacobs OIL V. A. BACON.
At Decccisis and Dealees.
THE CHARLES A. VOCELER CO.. BaKhMft. M4.
C. R. F. P. Union Notice.
fSUlK ItKC.rLAU MONTHLY MEETING
x of the Columbia Kiver Pisliernien'd Pro
leclho Union will be held at Liberty Mall.
TMesd.iv, March -Mi, lMV. at 7 -50 o'clock i.
ai. At the meeting lite nomination and
Hi'ctimi of tin secretary will lake place. A
full nticmlnncc is desired, lly order of
Secretary pro ipih.
PORTLAND AND COAST.
Daring Roiery in California-Fatal
Accident in Portlani.
-Fl; MILES X.V 3SJI 7KISTJTE8.
PobtiiAXd, Feb. 27. It is expected
that Wm. C. Roberta, late cashier of
Wm. Dunbar & Co., of this city, will
arrive here to-morrow afternoon. The
whereabouts of the books continues
still to be a mystery, but the owner of
tho valuable volumes thinks
he will soon learn their hid
ing place. As regards the amount
ot money taken, Mr. Dunbar de
clines to speak. Geo. W. Brown, who
is supervising the construction of the
Madison street bridge, had his leg
broken and sustained supposed fatal
injuries to-day by being struck by a
A Lottery Maa LresfSOO.
PoRTiiAND, Feb. 26. Walter Keyes
has forfeited 8500 deposited as bail for
maintaining a lottery scheme.
$50,000 for a Chamber of Commerce.
Portland, Feb. 27. The committee
appointed to secure subscriptions for
the proposed chamber of commerce
building is meeting with good success.
Over 850,000 has already been sub
scribed. Five Miles la 33.5 Minute.
San Francisco, Feb. 27. Tho
Olympic club's five mile handicap was
nin and won last night by F. L.
Cooley in 35.5 minutes, or 32.5 min
utes, allowing for the three-minuto
handicap. A. M. Collins took the sec
San Francisco Market.
San Francisco, Feb 27. Wheat
Quiet and steady; buyer season 1.29j,
buyer 90 1.3676.
Barley Quiet and steadv; buyer
season 75, buyer 90 82c.
San Francisco, Feb. 27. J. H.
Stover, a middle aged man, was found
hanging in Ins stable this mornine.
Ill health and despondency over busi
ness losses were the cause of tho act
He Was Probably Drunk.
San Francisco. Feb. 27. The bodv
of Captain Alfred Phillips, of the ship
AlasHa, vfho lias been missmg since
last Monday, was found this morning
in the bay. It is supposed that while
i drunk ho fell in as he wns rami on
A Daring Robbery.
Merced, CaL, Feb. 27. Last night
the stage running between here and
Mariposa, when within two miles of
town was held up by two unmasked
men. The driver gave up the Wells-
1 argo box as well as the mails. They
secured about 450, and ordered the
driver to move on. lie came to town
with all speed and gave the alarm.
The deputy sheriff and constable
started out and captured two men, but
not tue men they wanted.
London, Feb. 23. A terrible story
of wholesale infanticide was revealed
by firemen who were at work on the
debris after the burning of a house in
Warsaw this morning. Beneath tho
floor of the burned building tho
corpses of fourteen infants were found.
Tho establishment was presided over
by a midwife named Skobhnska
This woman and her sister and two
daughters are now under arrest.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
SVhen Baby xraa sic-, we gTe her Castoria.
SVhen she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
Then she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
?7hen she had Children, she gave them CastorU
Finest Fitted Shop in the City
NONE BUT FIRST-CLASS ARTISTS
Third Street, Opp, Rucker's Restaurant,
A Second-Hand Piano for Sale
AT A BAKGAIN-A SQUARE GRAND
Piano made by Hardmau In good con
dition. Also a fine Kstey Organ, good as
new. Inquire of A. L. Francis, corner of
Fourth and Cass.
Astoria Real Estate &
This powder never vanes, A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomeness, 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
Bhate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal
akiko PowukrCo. IC6 Vall-st..N. Y.
Lewis M. Johjtsox & Co., Agents, Port
In consequence of the demand for those
beautiful level lots. Mr. P. C. Warren has
been induced to plat ninety-six lots
Adjoining Warrcnton on the East,
Which will be known and sold as
East Warrenton I
TUE 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 CO.
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
City Express Transfer Company.
H. D. Thing and C. E. Miller,
Headquarters at Main Street wharf.
TELEPHONE NO. 43.
A General Express and Delivery Rusiuess
Your patronage is solicited.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
There is no occasion for the most fastidi
ous of our citizens to send to Portland or
san rranctsco lor
Custom Made Clothes
.s they can get Better Fits. Better Work
manship, ami for leHMoiiej.
By Leaving their Orders with MEANY.
New Goods bv Every Steamer.
Call And Set dim nn.l Sallsfr VonrNlf.
P. J. Mcany.. Merchant Tailor.
Swv . .hitc,s
Lois In Tract 3 of the beautiful suburb of
CHELSEA, ouly live minutes walk from the
steamer landing at Skipanon and terminus
of A. & H. C RTR. These lots are 50x100 feet.
on tne lirst oencti aDove tne tide tanu, are
clear and level, and good water obtainable
within ten feet of surface. Prices from SCO
to $7o ; ?2) down, Daiance sio per montn.
Ten Acres, suitable for platting, clear and
level ; on county road and within easy drive
Front Comer Residence Lot in Block No,
Six Lots in Block 9, ADAIR'S ASTORIA,
running clear tnrougn tne diock, ana max
intr a fine residence Bite. 100x150. Onlv one
block from Golumbla river and street car
line. Price, Sl.OoO. part cash.
J. H. MA.NSELL,
Real Estate Broker.
School Meeting Notice.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE LE
gal voters of School District H o. l will
be held at the school house in Astoria, Clat
sop county. Oregun. on Monday. March 3d.
1830, at 7 p.m.. for the purpose of electing
one director ro serve tor three years, and
one clerk to serve for one year ; also to levy
taxes to support a school in said district, and
for interest on bonds, and for the redemp
tion of bonds, and for incidental expenses of
said district. By order of the Board of
directors. u. w. fulton. Chairman.
Attest : J. O. HUSTLER, Clerk.
Astoria, Feb. 20, 1890
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LESS THAN ONE MILE FROM
THE O. R. & N. DOCK,
Prices Low and
KEEN & COOK, AGENTS.
Beautifully situated on the
-joining proposed Jf ublic Park and near the
newly discovered coal beds.
Only $35 per Lot for a tew days. Get in now and secure
FRANK SPITTLE, Agent,
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EST SUMMER RESORT ON THE NORTUWEbT COAST. ,Liesatthehead
of the Bay, at deep water, and only twelve miles from the ban The coming
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They received the
ONLY GOLD MEDAL
For FLAX THREADS at the
And have been awarded HIGHER PRIZES at the various
Than tho goods of any other
IN THE WORLD,
Quality Can JLlways be Depended on.
Experienced Fishermen Use no Otter.
HENRY DOYLE & CO..
517 and 5i 9 Market Street, SAN FRANCISCO.
AGENTS FOR PACIFIC COAST.
WOODBEERY SEINE TWINE, ROPE and NET
TING Constantly on Hand. SEINES, FOUNDS and
TRAPS Furnished to order at Lowest Factory Pricet.
Trust Co., Portland Ag'ifeO
banks of the Columbia, ad-
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