xt V " rt'i He gathj Dtfforiiui. ASTOSIA, OKEGON: SUXDAY. -SEPTEMBER 21,1S9 TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. sEFTEMIJBU. HIGH "WATER. I LOW WATEE. First. Second. I Fin. Second. c s 2; 2; o E - B & s 5 a h F a P h 1 JJi, iuj t Jft. in. JS ft. in. J ,8 h. m. U 0 3 .7 CT2T 7 0 7 l U3 7'ja 1 II 15 1 IS 7 Oi 1 7 7 82 05 7 57 15 16 I 49 7 51 2 IS M 7 67 07 bi) 11 17 2 23 7 t 2 4s M S 11 0 03 0 9 Ife 3 Os 7 0 S 16 S S 1 ft 11 47 0 7 HSW Sl3K? 8 3 U3 10 10 35 0 7 20 4 51 5 914 39 8 1 10 US 2.11137 09 :is 5 3l 5 7 7 9 10 33 3 pi - - - - Thi imar-i Mt n-fwm mlitnlwlir iiwl ,i.rn -. designated by a (a. in.), thoM? between noon and tntdtiicht by j (p. m.). 0 h. oom n de notes midHight, o.'i oom. p denotes noon. Tlie licRlu is reckoned from the lccl f average iou-cr low vnvr t a w liicli t he sound ings are Riven on the Oast Sun ev charts. . Mr-s xVUDS. TTT I. HOWARD, M. D. HOMCEOPATIIIST. Graduate or University of Michigan. Offlce over A. V. Allen's store, noi thonst corner Tliird and Cass. Hours from 10 to 12 a. in., 2 to 4 and 7 to 7:33 jv. m. I. R.VYJIOXD, CIVIL SXG1XEKK. County Surveyor of Clatsop County. Office : Koom No. 7, Kinney's Brick, Asto ria, Oregon. t A. OLEVKI-A.'iP, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OS' Flavel's new brick building, comer Second iiad Cass streets : up stairs. sp J. CUKTIS, AttorBcr-at-lair: 'olary Public. Commissioner of Deeds for 'Washington Territory. OQcc in FlavePs new brick building. Cor. Second and Cass streets. J Oil" tl. SMITH. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Once on Cass street, 2 doors back of OJd Fellows Uuildtug, Astoria, Oregon. r q. a. kov'Xjv, ttecnp.v and Couupellor at JLiavr once on Ciieuanius Street, Astoria, Oregon A R. KAKAGA, ATTORNEY AT I.aW. Once over White House Cor., Astoria, Or. T II. MAXSSSSil. RRil. ISTATE BISO-ZCER AXII NOTARY rURLIC. Established 1SS3. Third Mreet. m to W, U. Tclojjruph Of fice, A44rin, i;r. TTT W. PARKER, Heal Estate end Insurance Agent, Conveyancer and Notary Public. 112 Benton Street. opposite the l'ostoflicc. Between Chcnamus &Siuemoiue Sts., Astoria, Oregon. B. r. KAFl'KKTV, HI. I. Grahialc .Teffrrson Medical College, Philadelphia. Office -bsb Tliird Street. D KJi. A. I. AXJ. A. VlllCOl Cass street, between 3rd and ltli. Special attention to Diseases of Women xad Children, by Dr. A, U Fulton. Special attention to Surgery, liv Dr. J. A. Folxoa. OI3w hours from 10 to 12 A. ai and l to 4 r.x. JAY TUTTLE, Hi. D. Physician, Surgeon and Accouclieur. Office, Boom G, py thkm Building. OSce hours : lo to 12 and 2 to 5. Residence, C39 Cedar Street. X K. ZSlIIsIsKR. K, Graduate of Cleveland Homoeopathic Hos pital College, and Posl-lSradimte of New York City Polyclinic School of Medicine and Surgery. First and Main streets, Portland. DKeiac8 or Women a Specialty. D K.O.B. KSTKS. MUSICIAN AND SURUEON. Special attention to Diseases of Women ad Surgerv. iFrieK: Opposite Telegraph Office, up Stairs, Astoria, -regon. TR- i. -v. tci:K., DENTIST. Swims 7 and S, Flavors new Brick Build-tng. W.T. BURNKV. J. IV. DEArEK. U T. ISAKIX Bumpy. Sarin & Draper, A' fUW EIGHTH DELiaODS FLAVORING EXTRACTS HHUUL FRUIT rants Us".! i v the United Stales Government. Endorsed by the heads of the Great Univers sines and Public Food Analysts, as the Strongest, Purest and most Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Dr. rrice's Dellciou Flavonrg Fxt nu-ts. Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Rose, etc., do not contain Poison ous O.ls or Chemicals. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.. New York, Chicago, San Francisco. RAILWAYS AND STEAMERS. TIME OAIiD OF BAY RAILWAY GOMPANY WIZKIS. KAYS. I-enw Astona End 10, ll A. M. ; 2, 3, 4, .1 V. 51. IjS'ave Young Bay 10 :So, 11 :30.. .;2 SO, 3 0, 4 -Si, .1 :30 i. II. srsiuys. Iave Astoria End-9. 10. 11 a. si. : 1. 1 :30, 2, 2 0.3, 3:30, 4,4 :30, 5,5 130. C, C:30. 7,7iJ0 ! si. Leave YonngV Bay 9 :30. 10 -M, 11 -J30. x. x. : 1 :13. 1 :S". 2 :15.2 :11. 3 :l.ri.3 :45,4 :15.4 :I3, 6 :1.1, 5 : 1"., G :15, C :45, 7 :15, 7 :43 r. y. Ti.in: sciti:iifj.i:. Astoria & South Coast Railway. Fate's Golflei Female Pills 1 For Female Irreg ularities; nolhisig likj them m the market. Never foil kMiccessfnlly used 'by promiufiitladii-o moutniy. Guaran teed to relieve mii presscd itientma tlon. nre!Sare! Certain! Dou'l be humbug ged. Save tune ami health and mono; ; ta v no oilier. M-iit i any a -dres-i, :-rci!rt nj , mail in re ceipl ! I pi lee. 2. Address, THE APHR0 MEDICINE COMPANY, Western Branch, Box 27. PORTLAND. OR. 34. rvV?P C 0 met Jjcnvc Lv. Clakop Via Steamer Attoriti Beach. Elect rie S :30 a. ai. 7 rflo .v. Ji. Electric 1 : 15 r. si. 1 : 20 r. at. ) Dally except Mondav. (J) Dally. BEGINNING- tTsiX-y 1st, 1890. Str. VOLGA, B. F.STEVENS, Wlastor. Will leave daily from Wilson .t Fisher's Dock for I LAVACO, - at 7 a. y. and 2 r. si. Reluming will Leave llwaco, at'JA. ai.and4:15r.ji. Slopping at Foil Canity, Fort Stevens nnilTauzy Point on first trip from Uwaco and second trip from Astoria. ttorticy r.l-S.aw. lOregon City, Oiegnu. Twelve years expenence as Register oJ tke U. S. Land Oftlce here, reeommi'iids u In our specialty of MiuiMiraud all oilier bus- Jbcss before tlie Land Oflice or the Courts, i uid involving tlie practice in the General ' L&Bd Office. i C7R in C9Rn A MONTH can f made vv IU ycJJ woikmgforus. Persons preferred who can furnMi a horse and gn e their whole time to the business. Sparc Rtcoients can be prohrubly employed also. ' A few -acancies in towns and cities. B. Y, ' JOHNSON fi: CO., 1009 Main St., Richmond, Virginia. Prom Terminal or Interior Points THE liters Pacific BaiM Is the Lino to Tak To All Points East ard South. It Is The riiiiiiC:irIoulc. It runs Through X'cstiltiilcd Trains Lcry Iay In tlie Year to ST. PAUL and CHICAGO. Ho Change of Cars, Composed of Uiningf Cars unsurpassed. I'u II man IriiiviigJIooiii Sleepers Of Latest Equipment Tourist Sleeping Cars Bes tha cin be constructed and in which a'vommortatlons are both Free and furnished, to holders ofFutor S-cond-class Tickets, and for Elegant Bay Coaches. A Continuous I.iiiic Connecting v.ilh All liities, alfordlng Ilircct and EJniiilerrtiptcd Service. Pullman Sleeper Reservations Can be Secured in dvanec through any Agent of the Road. Through Tickets To and fr.tm all Points in America, Engl.md and Europe c.vt he piuchased at any lickt t Oftuv or tills Company. Kiiil infontialion cone ruing rates, time of train. iii:lt saiul other details funir-hcd on apidi-a'.on to au ngc.t, or A. D. CHARLTON, VvJslant (Jen. ral Passenger Agent. N. 121 Firs: m .cur. Washington, Portland, Oregon. Executors Notice. A LL PKHSON; IIAVINi; CLAIMS jfSi. asainst the estate of Ia)uis Wilson, de teased, and firm of Wilson & Fi.slier, aie requested to present them pr perly verified at the office of .1. Q. A. llowlby, and all persons owing said estate .should make im mediate settlement at the same place. J.Q. A.HOWLBV. Wl LEY B. ALLEN, Executors. Astoria, Sept. 1C. 1893. d-Ct s2TS2 - . r oi..-. -. X&8&&A " ?. .?oo fc. ? o. ?. '5. 'tv.x.v.'y.'v .v 1 &,&'&, Ofe. a i yj . '."ws- - ?. . -jt-j r a r rr- t z-. -s- . - ta i m mX sr- a.n rA w. l "in 9 v"-'s,.-r?,or, - - a yO. o.--a, O'o. -? v ' 'o 'fe c. '7A. &X - k W&AA X V5 C & tiff ' SiSS2S33SSSSS ; &; vV .&ZPfu.ntie ()v HEALTH RESTORER. PiO-P USEI7! IT IS THE IDS AIi KEDICPTE. ft rojecs the Livcrand KUIncj-sanil Stomach, Cures Hradachc. DvspcP;':l crcalcs an Apjs lite, Purifies Uic Impure Blood, and Ioakc3 Tho "Weak Strong. MARINE NEWS AND NOTES. Used e very wIitc 1 abottlo;slxfor$5- I. E. & N. Co. THE STEAMELS "Gen. Cinby' or "Suoini" Leave Astoria daily at 8 a. at. forTanzy rolnt, Fr. Stevens and llwaco, connecting with railroad running north at 10 a. m. and it with boats on Shoalwater Bay, for South Bend, Sunshiue, North Cove and othei points through to Gray's Ilarbor. Two rouna trips made Thursday's giving two hours in Astoria or longer if tides per mit. South bound trains start from Nah cotta and Sealand at 1 :45 1. ai. dally, con necting at llwaco with steamer for Astoria and night boat for Portland. . Sunday Schedule Steamer starts at y a. ai. from Astoria and north-bound cars at 11 a. si. from llwaco. Southbound cars leave Nahcotta at 3 -30 r. si. connecting with steamer at llwaco and night boat for Port land. J.A. LOOM IS, President. It. Y. EGBEUT.Supr. John R. Goultki:, secretary. Portland and Coast S. S. Co. GRAYS HARB0E. STR. ALLIANCE. Sails from Tort laud every Thursday at 7 r. M. ; and from Astoria tlie following morning. Laud ing at Hoquiam, Aberdeen, Cosmopolls and Montesano. SHOALWATER BAY. STR. DOLPHIN. Sails from Portland on 1st and 15th of each month, landing at North Cove, South Bend, Wlllapa and Bay Center. P. IS. STRONG, PresidenL . C. P. UPSHUR, Agent Astoria. The British bark Noddlebum was moved alongside the TJ. P. dock last evening and will commence lightering to-morrow. The Gev. Canby, CapL Thos. Par ker, has been thoroughly overhauled and will resume ber trips toTanzy point, Fort Stevens and llwaco, to morrow morning. The Suomi will be lied up for the winter, Capt. Starr going as male on tbo Canby. Tho three-masted schooner Web foot, Capt. Palmgren, came down the river yesterdav, towed by the steamer Willamette Chief, laden with 346, 5M feet of lumber and a lot of piles, from Weidler's mill, and after a brief anchorage was towed down by the tug Astoria, and sailed out, bound for Eedondo Beach, California. A Novel Advertisement. E. H. Callan and J. H. Patrick leave to-morrow for Spokane Falls with the model of Port Townsend tliat is to be placed on exhibition at tbo North western Industrial Exposition. The model will be set up and ar rangements have been made by which a supply of fresh water will be kept flowing through it, leaving the ships floating at anchor in the bay. Fish will be kept in the water also. "When tho model is finally ready for exhibition photo graphs of it will bo sent to the sub scribers here. The thanks of the citizens of Port Townsend are due to E.H. Callan and J. H. Bell for the tireless energy they have displayed in raising funds for this handsome advertisement They havo labored incessantly when others would have become disheartened and given up in despair, but at- last the necessary amonut of money has been raised and Port Townsend will have the most unique and striking exhibit at the fair. Port Torcnsend Leader, 11. TcuiporarjRcmoTal. rending the construction of a new building at our old stand, which wo will occupy when completed, tho Ore gon JJakery will bo found for the present in the Y. hi. C. A. building, on the corner of Main and Third streets. The oven will not be disturbed. Land is very scarce in Scotland and the poor can scarcely get enough to live on. Yet the gentry" of tho land aro said to havo 190 deer preserves. The Str. Telephone Tho First Step. Perhaps j ou arc run "down, can't eat, can't sleep, can't think, can't do any thing to your satisfaction, and you wonder what alls you. You should heed Hie warning, 3 ou are taking the first step into Nervous Prostration. You need a Nerve Tonic and in Elec tric Hitters you will find thj exact rem edy for restoring your nervous system to its normal, healthy condition. Sur prising results follow tho use of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative. Your appetite returns, good digestion is to-stored, and the Liver and Kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 50c, at J. W.Conn's drug store. Iu Birmingham England, you drop a penny in tho slot for gas. Three pence for 100 feet A Safe Investment. Is one which is guaranteed to bring yon satisfactory results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price. On this saft" plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottlo of Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every case, when used for any afiection of Throat, Lungs or Chest, such as Con sumption, Inflammation of Lungs. Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Congh, Croup, etc., etc It is pleasant and agreeable to Liste, perfectly safe, and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at J. "W. Conn's drugstore. BITS OP INFORMATION. Tho collective length of the London streets would reach over 32,000 miles. Pennsylvania's gain in population during the last decade has been 1,004, 000 and -that of New York 939,000. It is estimated that the number of passeagers carried by all the railroads in the world average 6,500,000 a day. Total pension expenditures since 1861 (thirty-eight years), Sl.052,218,--413. "War expenditure for 1885, 81,630,690,400. "With your name and address, mailed to the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga., is necessary to obtain an interesting treat ise on the blood and the diseases incident to it. Skin Eruption Cured. Oca of say cas&xners, a highly respected tad lnCimtiid citizen, but who Is cow absent from the dtf , haa nsed Swift's Specific with TiHjnt result. Eeaari It cured him of a skin eruption thst be hid been tormented with for thirty yeas, sad had resisted tho curative qualities of many ther medicines. Bobxst Cixoa, Druggist, Falls City, Neb. THE Scow Bay Founflry -CORNER-WEST FIFTH AND WALL STS. ASTOBIA, - - OliEGOX. CASTINGS Of all Descriptions MADE 10 ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE. UUU & PLIFMMBR, Contractors and Bnlers, Estimates Given on Brick, Stone, or Wood Work. Concrete and. Cement Work n. Specialty. OFFICE, - 118 Genevieve St. OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT! James Finlayson, MERCHANT :-: TAILOE, 531 Third Street. (Pioneer OBce.) Informs tho Inhabitants of Astoria and surrounding districts that ho has com menced business at the above address. Where by fair dealing and by giving irood value, he hopes to merit a share of public patronage. Note the address : JAMES FINLAYSON, 534 Third Street, - - Astoria. -TIIR- Avoid tho enthusiast Your virtues may set his heart on fire, but when you would fain warm yourself at the blaze, behold, it is already burning on a strange altar, and you havo lost only a pile of ashes, which you may most profitably uso in polishing up some dull platitude on oternal friendship. All the patent medicines advertised iu this paper, together with the choicest Eerfumery, and toilet articles etc- can o bought at the lowest prices at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hotel, Astoria. In the days of Columbus learned men boldly asserted that if a ship should reach India she would never get back again, because tho rotundity of tho globe would present a kind of mountain, up which it would be im possible to sail, even with the most favorable wind. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria tiSZ When Baby tros sick, tro garo her CostorU. (Then Eho -was a Child, she cried for Castoria, Alien she became Miss, sho dune to Castoria, Vhca she hal Children, sh o cava them Castorli Portland and Astoria. Timo Tablo. S.ch's Asteria: Every evening excapt Tuesday at 7 o'clock f.cavcs Pertlaml: Every morning exccptTucsday at" o'clock H. EKSTR0M, JMactir.ii : Watchmaker, ASTORIA, OK. A flue line of r;old and Silver Watches, Solid Hold and Plated Jewelrv, Clocks, eta, at reasonable prices. Repairing Promptly Done. Nrxt to Morgan & Sherman. DIAMOND PALACE GUSTAY HANSEN, Trop'r. A Large and Well Selected Stock of Fine Diamonfls Jewelry At Extremely Low Prices. All floods Bought at This Establishment Warranted Genuine. Watch auil Clock Repairing A SPECIALTY. Comer Cass and Squeniou.ua Streets ASTORIA TRANSFER CO. AND Livery Stables. conveyances of any kind, on short notice. Transferring Raggage, etc., a specialty. Telephone No, li n. W. SHERMAN & CO. B. F. ALLEN & CO. DEALERS IN Wall Paper and Oil Paintings : PRACTICAL : PAINTERS AND DECORATORS. All Work Guaranteed. Cor. Cass and Jefferson St... Astoria, ftCrf is PJ mW TO ft DATS.i 4V6ur9l ih uJ f Btrtaur.. m3 Mraijtjtij Hr PlnrlnmM 3,13 toll b, J Vf IV I prescribe and fti'lj endorse Big (3 ju th only specific for the cer talncureof tblsdlsease (. . iNaitAiiAM.u.n arnati rdum. N Y Wt .isto sold B'c G l nvor y'ri. and It haf .1 en ma oo.i ni sans iRi-tlon. it. lJYcn & Co., Chicago, 11! I . Snl J by Dnncjstf u Astorls. i-koo WANTED -AN ACTIVE MAN for each action, salary 875 t SlOO, to lo cally ri-iireSHit a successful N. Y. Company incorporated to supply Dry Goods. Cloth ing, Shoes, Jewelry, etc., to consumers at cobt. Also a Lady of tact. Salary 840, to f nrol! members (80,000 now enrolled, 8100,000 paid In.) References exchanged. Empire Co-operative Association (credit well rated) Lock Box 610, N. Y. ctvag&ccwracc IIWrUJsWPsMgMWXaK3BMMOaSAxi Qsl 03 5 IB 5 SiSOigOgOsSossBMSSo oBtc ? ?? PP? P?P??? P???P ??? oopo oooooopopo j p p po poop S a p$ a o 3 pSopppp f p po f JJ J o p o oo . 3 fi it l!iPlil"!!Kii 1111 H5I m K m tf! m : IIS IttHSii 1MP1 ill Wl l3llllrl 111? ?S-S2rgeSo:ig2.!:,!pM .'e ?I ,f"? ffja - 5 ??Sc.3es?2? 2 r ?-5-Xc-?3 SlaBf? fi SIaSSisHo? OS'S 3 b sPiSHiiiH j b u m i if ss i ms sse Bffli s lit SIIIEI&Is5!fl!55I"P. ! 3 $Zt Is lF5 ss S V'r s 1 ! n 'I lift? A I Slog- S2o ftPn0oa -25 s S2 -B ??????????? ???????? f f S?f ?? ????? ???????? ?? ?P??P? ??????????? ooooooooooooo? S"SBl w ill! Ilpt!l!iiili!i!B!!iSHPiri!hlHlSii l?i; 1 1 twiiiiiffiiifeiiii'irf m 8in hi m nt iiaitiii 1 1 seris $? a siiiiiiiiiir ngi ! w n m w iti i a km ifWi f otsh si fififepiiiilnl iiftusr n i i r ga w v-'V-in m m in? nU f M DfitB s; . 2ago? S3SE "89i2i m iL o v 3 ci n i m 2 oRatiH eS-g2S& Sifti no 3 mm ggsSgt w 8Ba7N b fiSB 2 ssoPi wmm !!p?S Tiffs Pi Is cjxjtel: Hria, Fever and Ague, Dumb Chilis, Wind Colic, Bilious Attacks, etc. They produce, rejralar, natural evac uations, never gripe or Interfere tvitli dally business. As a family medicine, they should havo a place in every household. Price, 25 cents per box. Sold Everywhere. Office, 4Az Murray St N. Y, HENRY GLiSSOP Poultry and Fish In Quantities To Suit. 4X FaOTRYXa: ST Southwest cor. Fourth & Ca Carnahan & Co. SUCCESSOES TO T. "W. CASE', raiPOETEES AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEBS IN GENERAL EFtCHAMSE, Corner Ohenaraus and Cass streets. ASTORIA OREGON J PAIR. 1 OREGON STAT - ISO o TMrteenUi Annual Sxhibitton. Under the manacenient of the Oregon State Hoard of Agriculture, will be held on tho State Fair Grounds, near Salem, commencing on Monday, September 15th, 1890. And lasting one week. OVER $15,000.00 CASH TRESnUSIS Offered for agricultural, stork and me chanical exhibits, for works of art and f.mcy work and for trials of speed. Reduced rates Tor fare and freight on all transportation lines to and from ihe l'air. Important improvements have b- v i made upon the ground-? and Increavd facilities arc offered exhibitors. Tie Pavilion Will lie Open Four Nights During tho Week. A splendid R1.1 ot hor es entered in tlie speed department, and line exhii.iiloiis of racing will hi gi en nc i d.iy. Entries f r remiunis t loso Meiid.iy at 7:30 p. m. Inhibitors arc unveil to uri i as many ot their entiles on Saturday before the Fa'r as possible, i.oods, animals and ar ticle for exhibition must be iu their places by 10 Pi in. nn Monday. PIHCES OF admissien: Man's day ticket... . . GOc Woman's day ticker sc Man's season ticket 2 50 Woman's season ticket- 1 00 Send lo the secretarv at Portland. Oregon, for a premium kr. 1). II. I.OONEV. President. J. T. GRECfi, yeeretary SALOONS. AUG. DANIBLSON; Sample Rooms. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Agent for theGUION Meamship Lino and thoTUINGVALLA Steamship Line, direct. Also, agent for Svenska Tribunen" and 'Svenska Amerikanaren." Corner or Water and West Ninth Streets Astoria. Oregon. Standard - Saloon. Southeast Comer Third and Olney Sts. . Astoria, Oregon. Tho Celobratod North Pacific Browory Boer on Draught. Also ihe Finest Kinds of Wines, Li quors and Cigars. Tlie Beat of French Brandies AiVD BRANDT PEACHES. .A. Free Xiuncli H. GRUBE, Propr. ASTORIA. - - - - OUEUON. The Gem Saloon. The Popular Resort for Astoriar.s. or the Finest of Wines and Liquors Go to THE GEM SALOON. ALEX. CAMPBELL. - PROPRIETOR Resort Billiard Parlor, GROSBAUEK &B"ACU, Prop's. L. FEUBKlt'S CELEBRATED Gambrinus Beer I ON DRAUGHT. Gaml-rinus Bottled Beer, J. H. Cutter Whisky. Domestic and Key West Cigars. Constantly on hand. Third Street, Tour doors west of Telegraph Offlce, formerly Telephone Restaurant, ASTORIA. OREGON. GERMANiA BEER HALL Hit (Yh'lmueri WEINBAHD LAGER SEEH, On Draught On Ice, and Drawn from the Wood. Five Cents a Class. Will. ItUCK. l'liipriilor. The Clobe Saloon Under N;v .Managi-ment. Christian VIVJeii, Proprietor. (Ftirnierly Bartender at the "Resort," Bestof Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Corner Mam and First Streets. Hill's Palace Varieties. Opon Evory Night. GEO. HILL, - - Stile Proprietor. NEW PEOPLE WEEKLY. Aim to Please Everybody. The only Free Show in Astoria. "Wines. Liquors and Ci gars. Iri 4'old Ilcer. L0EB & CO.. fines, Liprs anil Cigars. A Largo Stock of First-Class Goods. Tho Trade Supplied at Lowest Market Rates. All orders filled promptly and Accurately. Agents for First Class Foreign and Domestic Brands. Main street Opp. Parker House. UM OFFER! .A. 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