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.OCTOBER 23, 1890
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
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tisers rho larger drculatiou ol any newspa
l r published on the Columbia river.
Yesterday was cloudy aud rather
There was oiie mortgage filed in the
recorder's office yesterday, for S300.
There will be a sociable to-uight at
Y. iL O. A- hall beginning at 8 o'clock.
Everybody is invited.
Bernard MeGnigan renounced alle
giance to Queen Victoria yesterday
and took out first citizenship papers.
A son was born to the wife of. J.
Goldbeck, who resides in TJppertown,
yesterday. Mother and child are both
The Astoria Iron Works were closed
down yesterday for repairs to some of
the machinery. It is expected they
will be started up to-day.
Tlx Astoria National bank rewived
i. irw currency yesterday uiorniug,
t tin M-nuiuii ot over SI 1,000 in notes
of Uh itaoi,iiua!ion of S10 and S2').
A nuuuvr of men engaged in the
logging camp of Ttaml Adair, oil Gray's
river, came over yesterday for the win
tor, the camp having closed down for
the season. The cut was about 2,000,
A number of the school teachers of
this city who visited the Exposition at
Portland last week returned home on
the steamer Thompson yesterday,
much pleased with their trip and ben
efited by the vacation.
The cae ot A. T. Brakkc, charged
witb embezzlement, was again con
tinued in the justice court yesterday
until this evening. Mr. Brakko is
making strenuous efforts to settle the
case with the prosecuting witness.
The regular quarterly meeting of
the Astoria branch of the Woman's
auxiliary to the Board of Missions
will be held in Grace church Thurs
day, October 23, at 230 r. m. All"
ladies interested in missions are in
vited to Imj present.
Gustaf Wilson, the Russian vice
consul, came down from Portland
yesterday morning aud will return to
morrow. He has lately returned from
a trip to Ids far north aud native land,
from "which he has furnished interest
ing letters some of which have been
seen by readers of The Astoeiax.
The report of Chief Stockton, given
in another column, speaks well for the
management of the Astoria fire de
partment under his administration,
and is a good advertisement for the
city. There are few, if nny, cities the
eize of Astoria that can show so small
a percentage of loss by fire, with such
high rates of insurance.
The electric motor line is all right
and will be built," said O. E. Belding,
one of the head officers of the com
pany last evening prior to his depart
ure for Portland. Tho mission of the
gentleman to the city up the river is
to close some more contracts in regard
to building the line. A crew of men
are at work on tho top of Main
street hill making, n cut, and these
will be added to in a few days as it is
tho company's intention to have the
line in operation by April 1st next.
J. BL Miller of Dayton, Wash., is in
thecity adding to his list of fossils and
curios. He has in his collection a
unique carving in black slate, in the
form of a pipe on the stem of which
reclines the form of a man, with his
head resting against the bowl of the
pipe, and over his prostrate body
stands the imitation of some ferocious
beast which has seized the man's
hand, and seems about to devour it
The curio is said to have beenlound
in an Indian grave in Tillamook
county- Some peculiarities oE the
carving makes it seem probable that
it may be tho handiwork of some of
the early whito settlers, hunters or
A wail of anguish has gone up from
the Chinese gamblers and opium
smokers, for it was announced yester
day that all the Chinese pawnbrokers
in the city would discontinue business.
Tho reason given was that the city
council had refused to reduce the li
cense exacted from tho pawnbrokers
$30 per quarter. The pagan money
loaners chum that they .cannot shave
down enough on their lellow-conntry-mca
to warrant the paying of the
license exacted, and in consequence
will go out of business This is. what
the Chincso say. The city officials,
however, do not believe it, and will
keep a sharp lookout on the doings of
Allwrt Fisrhcr, Where Arc You?
There is good news for you. See
Gustavo Hansen, the jeweler.
Auood girl wanted for housework.
Good wages paid for right j)nrtj Ap
ply at this office.
IVetkiHf; Succeeds L.iltc Siicccf.
It is verified by tho fact that nearly
everybody oats at Jeffs .Now re
Two more Lady Walters at Jeffs New
Rooms to Rent
Furnished or unfurnished on Court
street, cast of Sam'l Elmore's.
Mns. C. A. Mat.
XIcasaHt Famished. Room
To rent Enquire of Mrs. C. W. Stone,
corner Cedar and West 8th streets.
XelepkeHe !6cU;iBg House.
Best Beds in town. Rooms per night
M and 25 cts per week $1.50. New and
clean. Private entrance.
For rent, on Main street No. 307
Mrs. 11. Bkkexdes.
For Choice Roll or Tub Butter, call
on Thompson & Ross.
Columbia River charts, No. 1, on sale
at Griffin & Reed's, 25 cents.
Go to Olaen's for Cuban Blossoms, 10c
First-class shaving, 25c, FerdFerreH's.
THE WIT RESTAUSAHT-JEFP'S
FIRES DURING THEMT "YEAR
Astoria Has Been Lncty in Regard
to Disastrous Blazes.
CniEV EXGISEER'S REV OUT.
The report of Chief Engineer
Stockton, of tho fire department,
for the year ended October 1st
shows that this city is either very
lucky or that the department is very
efficient During the year there were
only fifteen alarms. The total loss was
$6,100, not including the stock of
lxxts and shoes of Morgan Bros., in
the Mansell building, which was in
sured for 812,500. The insurance on
the losses exclusive of the Morgan
Bros, risk, was $3,500. Tho list of
February 20 Burning flue, St.
Mary's hospital; no damage.
February 26 Burning fine in house
occupied by Chinese, Second and Ben
ton streets; no damage.
March 10 Bnrning flue in resi
dence of L. Kinney, Third and Wash
ington streets; no damage.
April 20 Defective flue in back
room of water company's office on
Third street; no damage.
April 2L Burning roof, building
belonging to Mrs. Ross on Cas3 street
Loss, $400; no insurance.
May 2. Burning roof caused by
sparks, in building of C. Rohr, Second
street Damage slight
May 2L -Fire in roof Mrs. Grant's
building on Third street Damage
S2.000; fully insured.
.Tllllft 17. Munsr-H 1mi?f1inr Tliir1
street, cause unknown, bnildiug a to
tal loss. Damage, S2,600; insured for
$1,500. Stock of Morgan Bros, a total
loss; fully insured.
July -L Murray's stables on Fifth
street, totally destroyed, with fonr
horses. Loss, $S00; no insurance.
July -L Fire in A Y. Allen's dwell
ing on Main street No damage.
July 13 Burning flue, Second and
Benton. No damage.
July 26. Burning roof on Polk
street. No damage.
Aug. 9. Burning flue, Occident
hotel. No damage.
Aug. 30. Residence P. W. Weeks.
Damage, $200; insured.
Councilman Welch is in Portland
C. L. Parker is in the city with his
Judge J. Q. A Botvlby has returned
G. W. Baxton, of Gray's harbor, is
registered at tho Occident.
Prosecuting Attorney Kanaga has
gone to Portland on business.
Among yesterday's arrivals was Al
fred Dickey, of Jamestown, N. D.
The family of J. Strauss left for
Portland last evening on a visit
Miss Collie Munson was among the
passengers for Portland last evening.
Senator C. W. Fulton retuwied from
a business trip to Portland yesterday
J. G. Megler and wife, of Brookfield,
came down on the steamer Telephone
Colonel Beebo was in tho city yes
terday, and returned to Portland on
last night's steamer.
Robert Brodie camo home from
Portland last Friday, and is lying very
low with typhoid fever.
Miss Belle Cleveland and Miss
Mabel Parker went to Portland last
evening to .spend a couple of days.
A dispatch was received yesterday
stating that Mayor Crosby and wife,
of this city were at York, Pa., where
they would remain several days.
Captain Charles Johnson and Chas.
Lundberg, of the Behring Sea Pack
ing Company, who have been in Alas
ka for several months, returned home
via San Francisco on Tuesday.
E. T. Johnson, the railroad engineer
and contractor for the Seaside branch
of the Astoria & South Coast railroad,
was in the city yesterday jn connection
with his claims against the company.
A Slatnmoth Potato.
Talking about potatoes, Byron Kim
ball brought a potato of theLateRose
variety to Thb Astobxan office yester
day, the like of which has not been
seen in these or other parts. It is only
a sample of the wonderful fertility of
Clatsop county soil This mammoth
tuber, which is so remarkable for its
tuberosity, grew on Henderson & Kim
ball's ranch on Young's river, on the
upland, where the soil is about two
feet deep to the clay. The manner in
"which vegetables grow in this country
is simpjy riotous; uicy cton't seem to
know when to stop. Mr. Kimball says
he don't know what this potato would
have done if it had not been taken out
of the ground. A careful measure
ment showed it to bo Z& inohea in
circumference one way and 30 inches
La Perla Cuhana all' imported.
Flor de Madrid.
La Fainana In Key West Brands.
Reading Room in rear of Cigar Store.
A fifteen ball Peel Table and all the
leading newspapers on file at tho Sun
Finest Barber Shop
In town at Joe Giardlna's. Shaving
15c, 15c, 15c.
Uj With the Times.
.Railroad is coming. Shaving 15c at
15c, 15c, 15c, 15c, at Giardina's.
The Finest Photos
Are now taken by H. S. Shuster. Seo
Rest Barbers in Town
At Joe Giardina's. Shaving 15c.
Ludlow's Ladies' S3.00 Fine Shees:
also flexible hand-turned French Kids,
at P. J. Goodman & Co.'s.
A fine line of Cigars and Cigarettes
can be found at the Columbia Bakery,
590 Third street
Remember the Austin house at tho
Seaside Is open tho year 'round.
Go to the CoUimbia bakery for all
kinds of cakes.
Catlcrjvat 10 Third St.
SCAPED IN THE 7?IGHT;
Two Sailors Take French Leave of Their
Captain Banks, of the British bark
Kate F. Troop, which has been ly
ing at tho mouth of tho river ready to
go to sea for several days,- mourns the
loss oE two of his best sailors, and it i3
probable that ho will have to ship two
more men before starting on his voy
age to the United Kingdom. The
men missing deserted from the vessel
sometime during Tuesday night or
yesterday morning, and in making
their escape stole one of the ship's
boats. The names of the men are not
given, but the circumstances of their
desertion are as follews: During
Tuesday Captain Banks visited the
ship Troop and the bark Norfolk
Island, which were anchored near
by, and in returning to his ship the
boat as is customary, was not hoisted
on board, but was left floating
astern made fast by a line. Yester
day morning the boat was gone and
a muster of the crew showed two able
seamen miEsing. The disappearance
of the boat explained the absence of
the sailors and a search was made.
Tho boat was subsequently found
tied up to a pile at tho jetty, but no
trace of the men could be found.
The Directors Hold a Short Session
A directors meeting of the Astoria &
South Coast Railroad Company was
held yesterday afternoon, Vice-President
Kinney presiding and directors
Fulton, Conn, Case and Van Onsen
being present Following routine
basiuess, the condition of affairs in re
gard to the sale of the bonds of the
company, was discussed at great
length. JNO conclusion other than to
let the deal be carried on by President
Reid, who has the matter in hand, was
Captain Flavel. who was elected
director to fill the vacancy caused by
Judge Page's resignation was not
present, being absent from the city,
and. it is not known whether ho will
accept or not as he has not notified
tho board either wav.
3URINE NEWS AND NOTES.
The steamship Oregon left yester
day for Victoria and Puget sound
Tho steamship Oregon crossed out
for San Francisco yesterday morning,
one day behind time.
The steam schooner Alliance was
tunong yesterday's arrivals. Sho left
up the river in the afternoon.
The steam schooner Augusta, sailed
for Tillamook yesterday afternoon,
carrying freight and passengers.
The steamship Miles arrived down
from Portland yesterday aud will
cross out for Shoalwatcr bay this
The British bark Norfolk Island,
which cleared from here for the United
Kingdom with a cargo of wheat sev
eral days ago, crossed out yesterday.
Among the cargo of the steamship
Oregon, sailing from here yesterday,
were 50 barrels of cranberries, 40,000
feet of lumber, 200 sacks of oysters
and 1,200 bundles of shooks.
The British ship Angerona arrived
down from the inland city yesterday
and will take on tho remainder of her
cargo here. Sho has on board 31,607
bags of flour, equal to 15.S03 bbls the
value of which is $39,261. Tho vessel
is consigned to Galway, Ireland.
The Nob Hill nine, of Portland,
played at Astoria yesterday afternoon,
and won a game from the seaside
dwellers by a score of eleven to three.
The Astoria baseball enthusiasts
turned out in full force, and after the
game was over paid their bets and
sympathized with their home team.
The Astorians needed sympathy to fall
back on, for they were rather weak
when they got through, playing a hard
up-hill game against the Nob Hills.
Oregonian, Oct. 21.
The above sounds very much like
the report of a game played here about
a month ago. But really it isn't kind
of tho Oregonian to be twitting us of
tho defeat of our home team at this
Passengers to Portland.
Tho following is tho list of passen
gers having rooms who went up tho
river last night on tho steamer R. R.
"W. H. Hayden, Mrs, Hibden, Miss
Cullins,"v7. Winter, Oapt, Brown, R.
W. Smith, R. Wilder, E. T. Johnson,
M. P. Callender, E. Hove, Dr. Mul
linix and wife, P. A Stokes and wife,
Mrs. G. G. Shirley, Mrs. F. E. Haber
sham, Mrs. Norberg, Miss Barron, J.
H. Mansell, CoL Beebe.Mra. Wood and
family, E. H. Willis, F. J. Goodenough,
Miss Brumbach, W. B. Floyd and
f amily, Mrs. E. A. Bend, Mrs. T. Smith,
G. W. Easterbrook, Joe Green, H. Ja
cobson, Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. F. E.
Wright, W. J. Shubbe, B. B. Hooper,
H. Crouch, . Uardell, P. W. Weeks
and wife, . Burrowback, L. DuPark,
F. P. Kendall, Chas. Shubbe, Miss
Mabel Parker and Miss Belle Cleve
Mrs. Elizabeth Peabody, the noted
philanthropist of Boston, is now nearly
ninelv vears of acre. Sho is verv feeble
physically, but her mind is still bright
It is believed in England that
Queen Victoria is worth not less than
88,000,000. She has always been
thrifty aud frugal
Boils and Pimples and other affections
arising from Impure blood may appear
at this season when the blood is heated,
llood's Sarsaparilla removes the cause
of these troubles by purifying, vitaliz
ing and enriching the blood, and at the
same time it gives strength to the whole
Fine Table Wine
Delivered at CO cents agallon, to any
part of the city. A line line of pure
California wines at low prices, at; A.
W. Utzlnger's Cosmopolitan saloon.
A Physician's Opinion.
Dr. A. M. Spauxding, of Grand
Rapids, Mi3hn says: ! prescribe Ilib
bard's Rheumatic Syrup in my prac
tice, and unhesitatingly recommend it
It operates upou tho liver, kidneys and
bowels, destroying tho poison in the
blood and tissues. It is a grand Ionic
and appetizer, and for a diseased stom
ach or dyspepsia, has no equal." For
sale by J. w . Conn.
What WorM Astoria Bo With
S1,000 reward in U. b gold coin will
be paid by "Jeff," the World Renowned
Caterer, to any person who can satis
factorily prove ho can get a better meal
or & greater variety of all the Delicacies
of the season to chose from, than he can
at Jeff's for the money.
Second street, opposite Telephone
Two Oil Steamboat Men Get Afoul
of Each Otter.
"GOOD OLD DATS" DISCUSSED.
There was a re-union of two old
steamboat men at the Occident .hotel
yesterday" afternoon, and as a conse
quence stories of steamboating in the
early days of a quarter of a century
ago were in order. The veterans were
Captain G. W. Estabrook and Dan
O'Neil, now purser of the steamer R'
R. Thompson. It was twenty-five
years ago that Captain Estabrook and
Mr. O'Neil were shipmates on the
river running between this city and
Portland, Captain Estabrook being
master and Mr. O'Neil purser of the
old steamer Coluin b ia. Tho former
has for years been living at Hwaco
and the latter for many years has been
running'in and out of this -port, but
strange to say they never met until
'Those were good old days, weren't
they Dan?" said the captain, dapping
O'Neil on the back. -
,4You bet they were," replied the
purser, smiling grimly, "S25 for a trip
to Portland, and then we didn't al
ways get there.
"Why," said Mr. O'Neil, turning to
Captaiu Gray, "I remember the pas
sengers used to come to me and com
plain that the boat was stuck, and I
could only tell that she was going
ahead by looking over the side to see
if there was any wash from the wheels.
Yes, those were great old days."
Captain Estabrook left for a visit to
Portland on Mr. O'Neil's boat last
night, and it is unnecessary to xay
that many anecdotes of those days
gone by were recounted on the trip.
Ilolladay Estate Decisions.
In the county court this morning
Judge Julius C. Morelanu decided the
matters involving Administrator Jas.
Steel's claim against Joseph Holladay
for S10.000, alleged to have been lost
iu his disposal of the Oregon Real Es
tate Company's stock, and also Holla
day's claim for salary as executor of
his dead brother's estate; claim for
clerk hire and attorneys' fees.
He disallowed Mr. Steel's claim of
SiO.OOO because an insufficient shoe
ing had been made that Holladay
willfully mismanaged tho stock iu
question. Ho also disallowed Holla
day's claim for salary as execntor and
an additional one for clerk hire on the
ground that tho claimant assumed the
trust with tho tacit uuderstanding
that ho would execute the duties at
tached thereto gratuitously.
In the instance of attorney fees tho
court allowed Messrs. Richard and E.
B. Williams 250 each, from October
11, 18S7, to May 31, 18S9, to which they
aro fully entitled, considering tho an
noyance they have submitted to. Or
Delay Is Defeat.
Salem, Oct. 21. In the circuit
court to-day, in the matter of W. H.
Biggs, relator, vs. J. P. Faull et al.,
a continuance was had for service.
This virtually knocks the case out of
court for before tho next term the
board will be out of existence, as tho
coming legislature will elect a new
ono if tho law is not changed. This is
the case iu which Biggs, of the gov
ernor's railroad commission sought to
oust the legislative board of commis
sioners out of office. A continuance
was had because tho service papers in
the suit have not had tho length of
time on all tho members ot tho legis
lative commission. Faull is the man
who has not been served. Orego
Work for the Next LesLslatare.
The committee on assessment and
taxation, appointed by the last senate,
is grinding away at the capitol build
ing upon a bill to be reported to tho
next session of tho legislature iu Jan
uary. Very little of a definite charac
ter has yet been done. It is more
than probable that the committee will
favor the repeal of the mortgage tax
law, and it is likely that the clause of
the bill of the last session upon this
point will bo taken as a basis of action.
This bill will, without doubt, be one of
the principal fights of the next ses
sion. Salem Statesman.
In Astonishing Offcr-Soino of the
The San Francisco papers of recent date
contained the followiuK effer:
"As an evidence ol tho ability of Joyi
Vegetable Sarsaparilla to prevent alclc head
aches, wo will give to tho first twelve ro
cponsiblepersons who will apply at our office
a bottle tree If they will affree that after
they have been cured that they will admit
the fact over their signatures."
This offer so startlingly asserted the effi
dency of tho remedy that many accepted,
and tho letters of tho parties, nearly all of
whom responded, aro probably tho most
convincing attestations that any remedy
ever received. The following is a sample o!
I have been subject to bilious headache
and constipation lor several years past; in
ct, have been compelled to t&ko a physio
every other night or elso I would have a
headache and dull, mean feeling. I hava
taken that bottle of Joy's Vegetable Sarsa
parilla, and havo derived great benefit from
It, and intend continuing it. After my own
experience I can heartily advise those trem
bled with biliousness and constipation to try
It. Yours, CHAS. E. ELKINGTON,
126 Locust Avenue, San Francisco.
Runs high at. 1. AV. Conn's drug store
over S3stcm Builder, as evervbody is
using It for Catarrh of the stomach,
Dyspepsia, Constipation and Impure
Blood, and to build up tho sj'stem it cer
tainly possesses wonderful merit when
all speak so well of It.
All tho patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with tho choicest
perfumery, and toilet artlcls etc can
be bought at tho lowest prices at J. W.
Cjohnb drugstore, opposite Occident
Worse Tliau Leprosy
la Catarrll.llnl tTlProTa Vii. nnn m-unt.
ration that docs cure that disease, and
mat is inc uamornia Positive and Jxea-attve-j31ectrlc
Liniment Sold by J. W.
Conn. It alsocurcs neuralgia, rfleuma
tlsm, headache, sprains? "burns and all
pain, fry it and lelr- your neighbor
where to get it " -
- Wcinkarti's Boer.
And Free Lunch at the Telephone Sa
At UolmeSjWO Third street
Cakdy siH'd IKuts
At Holmes, GiO ShfrcLstreet
The latest style: of Gents' Boots and
Shoes at p. J. Goodman & Co.'s.
REAL ESTATE TBAXSFEBS.
Deeds filed or recorded October 22,
1890, as reported for The MbBxixa
Astobtan by the Astoria Abstract
Title and Trust comoam':
Oregon Land Co. to Elbert
Miller, lots 13 to 21 inclu
sive, blk 32. lots 1G to. 21
inclusive, blk 34, Pacific
addition S 500
Samuel Elmore et al. to Ida
A King, lot 2, blk 1, Olney 100
J. V. Pike to W. 0. Casswell
and wife, lot 38, blk 8,
Powers' addition 75
Chas S. Dow to W. C. Cass
well and wife, blk 2, Pros
pect park 75
Deeds filed, 4; total amount. 750
Previously reported this year 1,745,641
Total to date $1,746,391
Locomotives for the Jerusalem & Joppa
Washington, Oct. 21. United
States Consul Gillman at Jerusalem,
reports to the department of state that
the three American locomotives,
made in Philadelphia, and intended
for tho new railway from Jerusalem
to Joppa, have arrived. The consul
says it must interest our citizens to
know that tho first locomotives ever
used in this ancient land were made
in the New "World.
Out of jthe Fire
Tormented icith Salt Rftcttm-
Cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Only those who havo suffered from salt
rheum in its worst form know tho agonies
caused by this disease. Hood's Sarsapa
rilla has had great success in curing salt
rhems, and all affections of the blood.
" I owe the gratitudo to Hood's Sarsapa
rilla that ono would to his rescuer from a
with salt rheum, and had to Ieavo off work
altogether. My face, about tho eyes, would
be swollen and scabbed, my hands and a
part of my body would be raw sores for
weeks at a time, my flesh would seem so
rotted that I could roll pieces from between
my fingers as large as a pea. Ono
phrseian called it type pnQnn
and gave me medicine accord- "
Ingly; but salt rheum cannot be cured in
that way. Finally I bought a bottlo of
Hood's Sarsaparilla. It helped me so much
that I took two more bottles, and was
Entirely Cured LM
with salt rheum since. I also used Hood's
Olive Ointment on tho places affected. It
stops tho burning and itching sensation im
mediately. I will recommend Hood's Sar
saparilla not only for salt rheum, but for
SB Loss of Appetite
all-gone' feeling so often experienced."
A. D. Ronncfs, Jamaica Plain, Mass.
N.B. H you decide to take Hood's Sarsa
parilla, do not bo induced to buy any other.
Sold b druggists. gl;slxforS5. Preparcdby
C L HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
We are prepared to Supply our Tatrons
and others with the best lash Netting. In
Trans or Seines, our Long Experience War
ranis, for 1891. We invite early orders.
GLOUCESTER NET & TWINE CO.
Boston Of flee, 91 Commercial St.
BOOTS AND SHOES
The Largest Stock, Best Quality and
Lowest Prices at the Sign ol
The Golden Shoe.
OKLO r. 1'AKKEK.
CAUL. A. HAKSOK
C. L. PARKER,
New Goods Arriving Every Stcame
Dress - Groods,
The Old Stand - Astoria Orecon.
All Night Lights, per Month, each . $2 00
12 o'clock - " " " 150
10 ' " " " " 1 25
West Shore mills Company.
Contractor and Stone Mason
All kinds of Stone Work done in a neat
Address all Orders or Correspondence
Box 213. Astoria, Or.
Astoria National Bank
IS NOW OPEN FOR
GENERAL BAHKINS BUSINESS
Accounts of Firms and Individuals Solic
ited on Favorable Terms.
Interest paid on Time Deposits. Money
Loaned on Personal and Real Estate security-
. Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought
O. T. Edec, President.
John Hobsen, Vice Pres.
A. B. JEdee, Cashier.
B. K. Warren. I -nireCf0r3
C. S. Wrigbt. j irecior3'
AN ENERGETIC MAN WANTED TO
push our manufactures on this ground.
One of our agents earned $5,200 In 'K. Ad
dress P. O. Box 1371, New York,
: T H
Advance Styles of Fall Dress Goods
AND OTHER HIGH NOVELTIES
Leading Dry Goods and Clothing House
O JP ASTORIA. ""'"''
Saturday, September 27th,
"Ve will open our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Cloaks, Wraps, Jackets,,
SILK : SEALETTES
Our House has a standard rcnutatiou
which never fails to attract general atten
tion during our Cloak Sales.
mcallen & McDonnell,
131 A 1G3 3rd St., Portland, Or.
Leading Dry Goods Store for first class
goods at Eastern prices.
Agents for McCalls Bazaar Glove Fitting
Scow Bay Foiiry
WEST FIFTH AND WALL STS.
Astoeia, - - Oheqox.
Of all Descriptions
MADE 10 ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE.
JACOBS & PLUMM8R,
Contractors ani Balers.
Estimates Given on Brick, Stone, or
Concrete and Ccnicut Worli
1 1 8 Genevieve St.
SUSTAY IIAXSEX, Prop'r.
A Large and Well Selected Stock of Fine
Diaiois i Jewelry
At Extremely Low Prices.
All Goods Bought at This Establishment
Watcli aud Clock Repairing
Corner Cass aud Squemoqua Streets
I. "W. CA$E
California Marine Ins. Co., S. F.
Columbia Fin arrl Marine Ins. Co.,
Home Mutual Insutance Co.,S. F.
Phoenix of London.
Imperial of London.
, John C. Dement.
Successor to W. E. Dement & Co.
Carries Complete Stocks of
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries.
Prescriptions Carefally Cenpeandtd.
Mexican Salve and
Norwegian Pile Core
I S V7XSEB::-
WE ARE SHOWING
in iPfc nsi b
For Desirable Acreage
Or INSIDE PROPERTY. . .
Call ou or Address ' -
Leinenweber & Goodenough,
SECOND ST., Near PostoQlce. - - - ... P. 0.80X637
J. H. MANSELL,.
X 33" T7" 353 Sfr 3? M IES INT T AGENT.
1 ESTABLISHED 1883J
Office 487 Third St., - - Nest to W. U. Telegraph Office
Lots in Case's Astoria Are Now on Sle
AT THE OFFICE OF THE
Astoria Real Estate Co.
PK1CES FROM 8150 TO $250 EACH.
TERMS One-naif Cash ; the Balance in Six and Twelre Months.
BIGGS. HALL & CO.,
Frankfort Real Estate Co,
ntT?TriT7c J Cor. Commercial and
o lous -j piaVei's Brick Block,
Investments Made for Non-Residents, a Specialty.
r n nv of a i Correspondence solicited. Maps, Circulars and all lnfom&tfoa
P.O. BOX 662 - cheerfully furnished.
North Pacific Brewery,
JOHN KOPP, .- - Proprietor.
EXTRA FINE BOHEMIAN LAG-ER BEER.
EXTEA EINE STEAM BEEE.
jsl :x: po n t ei :el . .
r-"ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
1 s ,
SECOND - STREET -'-
(Opp. Telephone Landing.)
Is the Bon Ton Restaurant of tie Totn
(AJTD TUB FINEST ON" THE-jCQiiST.) j V
Dinner Parties, Banquets, a Speciatfy
The Finest Wines and 2sfturt .,
Privato Entrance and. Roorns-
N. B. No connection with his old place do
Main Street. :;.-.- ;
Pearl Sis., Frankfort, Vash,
433 2d St., Astoria.
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