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ISSUED EVERY MOSNING.
P. V. PARKER,
PhMMht and Proprietor.
fermx or Salt&crlpttan
Served by Carrier, per week . 15 cts
ient by Mall, per mouth.. GOcts
vnt b MaH, one j ear $7.00
Fre of pot:C lo subscriber.
Tnn Astokian guarantees to its adver
i-xMhe largcxt oirculatinii of am new spa-
(Additional Local News on 1st Page.)
There is a complete file of the Pio
neer at TnE Astortak office.
Xoiithlv business meeting to-night
or the X. AT.jC. A. at 9 o'clock.
The ZVL E. Alliance will meet at the
rtKlence of C. H. Cooper at 730 this
A ruortRajje for $1,500 was filed for
reconl yesterday, also two releases of
John Kearney, a native of Great
Britain, took out first papers of citi
Mis Smith's painting class will re
name their studies commencing this
morning at 9 o'clock, in No. One's
Herman "Wise has a large number
of fine Christmas presents displayed
in his corner window. Not to men
tion the $100 lot at Chelsea, fine
lounge, music box, etc.
E. Shnman has bought P. O'Hara's
interest in the firm of O'Hara fc In
galls aud the firmof In galls fc Shuman
will continue the butcher and market
business at the old stand.
This afternoon from 2 to 4, Annie
Firmim, the well known actress and
friend of Astoria, will be pleased to
meet any or all of her lady friends in
this citvat the parlor of the Occident
The entertainment to-morrow even
ing at the oiera house by John Jack
and his company, is suro to be largely
attended by all old residents who
remember with gratitude Capt. Jack's
efforts in former days in behalf of our
A stipulation was filed in the cir
cuit court yesterday in the matter of
the estate of G. C. Grimes, deceased,
and the coutesling heirs. It is
agreed that C. E. Bunyon shall take
testimony in Hie contest, and report it
to the circuit court.
Larry Sullivan, was fined $5 in the
police court yesterday for battery.
He was arrested for beating a rancher,
whom he suspected of talring sailors
out into the country and training
them for farmers, instead of letting
them continue on the deep blue sea.
R. Carlson, a laborer, was treated at
Dr. Estcs' office last evening for a bad
sprain of his left aukle. Carlson and
another man were engaged in hand
ling billed hay in Parker's warehouse
at the foot of Main street when Carl
son and two bales of the horse feed
got mixed up with the result stated.
An enthusiastic democrat grottud
out the followiug verse yesterday aud
warbled it on the street to the tunc of
Oh have your heard of Bill McKinley,
Ho lies at the foot of the wnli,
He tried to climb with McGinty,
But like him got a great fall.
Through an inadvertence Dr. Jay
Tattle was mentioned yesterday as
lieutenant colonel of the 1st Regi
ment. Uniform Bank, Knights of
Pythias. The doctor ranks as colonel
and has since 18S4. Prior to that
time he organized the first division of
the Uniform rank of the order in the
Last evening there were four
denizens of the Celestial empire ar
rested. Ah Goou was charged with
assault and battery on another China
man, and deposited $20 bail for his
appsaranco to day. Ah Chung, It.
Lang and Ah Pan were arrested for
operating a lottery and put up S50
ojich for their appearance before
Jutico Ciovelaud this morning.
Complaint has recently been made
of the theft or several small articles
from the rooms of the Young Men's
Christian Association. The stolen
property included silk nmbrellas, rub
ber boots, overshoes, etc. The mat
ter was reported to Chief of Police
Barry and a couple of tho missing
umbrellas were found in the room of
a young man who for several weeks
was a devout attendant at the asso
ciation rooms. No arrest has yet
John Olseu. one of the deck hands
on the steamer Jlendell, took a
header into the river and was badly
bruised, yesterday morning. Ho was
engaged in assisting in loading a
water tank for one of the motor en
gines. The tank was being placed on
a truck when it took a list to star
board, kicked to port, aud Mr. Olsen
was chucked overboard, his shoulder
striking on the guard rail of tho
wharf. He was fished out of
water and put on board the boat.
No further tests of the new fire
steamer were made yesterday. The
engine, in one or two minor par
ticulars, does not meet with the re
auirements of the specifications, but
aeso will, it is understood, be com
plied with. Tho fire committee of the
council and Chief Stockton say that
the steamer is all right and that a
mistake has been made is not be
lieved. In this connection it may bo
stated that a rumor was afloat to the
effect that another steamer ordered
for Gray's Harbor, had been mixed
up and changed places with tho As
toria engine, but that is not correct
Hill or Cleveland?
"Loud and clear, above the din of
last Tuesday's political contest, could
be heard the piercing scream of the
democratic eagle and the bray of tho
lied ockct book with papers and
1 ars has been lost. Tho finder will
confer a great favor on the owner by
leaving tt at this office.
At the liaiar, a nice line of Black
DresGoo4s, riushcs. Satins, Gloves,
Corsets, riostery etc., 1G5 Cass street
At cc. A W0Hi3in to take.charge of
baby. Also a irl for kitchen Good
mns. Apply to Mrs. A. P. Sharpstein,
No. K, Scooud street
Cleslns: Exercises of me Seconi
AM Last Day.
JIKSCUE HALL MULL FILLED
The institute was called to order
yesterday afternoon at 1:30 by Super
A discussion on "Our Moral Respon
sibility" was opened by Miss Powell of
the Court street school.
Rev. G. C. Hall thought teachers
should do the most for pupils when
i uuiuru uuuuonu me iuusi, A-ouuuctis
only character expressed." ''Public
Schools, not a work of lie form but of
Bev. Mr. McCormac said that mor
ality is not enough to teach without
religion. Cited Alexander the Great,
Caesar and others as examples, as men
who were educated in the principles
of morality without religious feelings,
who were the scourges of their times.
! After p. few remarks by others the
discussion was closed.
Miss Margaret Grant of the Cedar
street school then gave a very inter
esting exercise in geography with her
These children, who are only second
reader pupils, showed that they had
been carefully taught, aud displayed
a knowledge of the physical features
of Clatsop county that was worthy of
Prof. Pratt, principal of the Court
street school, then gave a talk on
physiology iu the common school.
He advocated the teaching of phys
iology from charts without text books,
and impressed upon the teachers the
great importance of teaching hygiene,
this Tjeiugof more importance than
Miss Li. U. Parker then read a paper
on history, .followed by a very inter-
esting exercise by her class.
The pupils personated historical
characters,aud the teachers,reprcseut
ing the class, guessed the character.
This was one of the best features of
the institute, and the teachers re
quested that if there be time this ex
ercise be repeated in the evening.
Mr. Brodie made a few remarks on
the evils of intemperance, after which
the superintendent appointed pro
fessor Pratt, Misses Badollet and
uarner -a committee 10 uraic noiu-
lions of thanks to all those who took
part in the exereises of the institute. ,
Garner a committee to draft resolu
Bev. Mr. Grannis, in behalf of dish
ing post, then olFered an American
flag to any district in Clatsop county
not owning one and which will piom
ise to float it
After singing "America,5 the insti
tute was formally adjourned by Super
intendent Shively for the year 189J.
Seldom has there been a larger au
dience assembled in Bescue hall than
was present last evening at the clos
ing literary exercises of the institute.
Supt. Shively presided, and TJtzing-
er s orchestra lurnisneu several cnoice
selections, giving the openiugoverturc
and a stirring piece for tho close.
Bev. G. O. Hall was to have deliv
ered the opening address but was not
Miss Emma MiddlekaufT read a
carefully prepared essay, and was fol
lowed by a quartette, consisting of Mr.
aud Mrs. J. T. Boss, Miss Catherine
i'owen ana csiuney v;anipueii, wuo
sang excellently, Mis3 Georgia Bad
ollet presiding at the piano.
Miss Helen Dickinson gave a read
iug, and after a selection by the or
chestra, Miss L. C. Parker condncted
an exercise in history by her class,
which was a feature of tho evening,
and highly applauded by tho audi
ence. Miss Minnie Shively made her first
appearance in public as a pianist and
rendered a piano solo in fine stjle for
one so young.
Prof. A. L. Clark gave an essay on
"Beading," which was. full of good
thoughts, clothed in splendid lan
guage. Due quartette above named sang
"Come Where the Lillies Bloom" and
then Miss Kate Shively furnished an
amusing number by an excellent read
ing of one of Mrs. Candle's "Curtain
It was intended that Hon. E. B.
McElroy, state superintendent, would
deliver the closiug address, but he had
been obliged to leave on the evening
previous, aud Major E. A. Weed took
his place, giving practical suggestions
to teachers, urging parents to supple
ment the work of the teachers and
I visit the schools often, complimenting
j teachers as being engaged iu a noble
proiession in wnicn mey tuouui unng
to their use tho best powers of mind
and heart, combined with untiring
energy, perseverance and zeal. Bcfer
ences were made to noble men aud
women who have been honored by the
world, and to noble ones in humble
life, whose praises are never sung by
poets or honored by historians, but
are none the less heroic. Tho com
mon schools of America wero alluded
to as the bulwarks of the grandest
nation of the world, aud tho teachers
incited to faithful work which will
surely bring success.
Tho closing number by TJtzinger's
orchestra terminated tho first county
institute in Clatsop county, which has
been eminently successful, largely so
by reason of the earnest labors of Supt.
Shively and the committee of arrange
ments. Take One.
One hundred men's woolen suits,
worth $15 to S17, for one week only
$9.75 each. See Herman Wise.
Every person purchasing
Ten Dollars worth of Goods
from Herman Wise, the Ee
liahle Clothier, in the Occi
dent Hotel buildingj will re
ceive a Ticket free of Charge,
entitling: the holder to a
chance in the Drawing for a
number of Handsome Christ
For rent, on Main street No. 307.
Mrs. 11. Bbkendes.
Independent Slate Writer
Maud Jones, independent slate writer.
can be consulted for a few days at the
rarker House, Koom 12.
Fresh Oysters". Eastern Clams
This morning at .John Rogers' marlsr t,
opposi'e C II. Cooper's, Third street
First-ciass shaving,25c, Ferd Fcrrell's.
Go to Olsen's for Cuhan Blossoms, 10c
THE SOUTH COAST ROAD.
TJicJ:lrst Mortage Bonds to Be Sold at
A notice posted on the bulletin
board in front of the Occident hotel
attracted attention yesterday. It was
headed "trustees sale" and recites
that on Nov. 27th, 1890, at the bank
ing house of L W. Case & Co., 391 first
mortgage bonds of the Astoria &
South Coast Bailroad Company,
valued at 31,000 cash; 1,600 shares of
the paid rip capital stock of the com
pany and 75 lots at Seaside and vicin
ity, will bo'sold at auction to the high
est bidder. The sale will be made
under what is known as the Smith
contract and in payment for the com
pletion of the Seaside divsion of the
It is argued that this sale marks
another milestone in the railroad
progress of Astoria. These bonds
represent to Smith & Company an
excess in value of the road built by
the firm and nnles3 they are bought in
by "Wm. Beid it is thought that he
will be pushed to the wall. If bid in
by Smith fc Co., it will give them
virtual control of the line and they
will probably float the paper and ar
range with the railroad company to
build the main line of the road.
The result of the sale will bo
watched with interest
Yesterday morning's Oregonian
had the following in the way of rail
It is a well-known fact that C. P.
Huntington, has long had under con
sideration the project of building a
line from Winnemucca or Salt Lake
into Oregon, making connections
with the Southern Pacific at Portland.
This project found its way into print
as long ago as the summer of 1889,
when the question was seriously con-
I sidered of turning the Central Pacific
over to the government Had this
been done the line would probably
, b an independent 0e from
Salt Lake City. The identification of
the Central with the Southern by the
lease contract has removed that con
tingency, and the proposition now is
to build from Winnemucca through
Pengra pass, connecting with the
Huntington system. This, it is stated
on reliable authority, is shortly to be
done. The determination is said to
have been reached at a consultation
between Huntington and Bock Island
officials. The relations between Hun-
Unglon and tbe jk jand have
beeu friendl andifc fa ven
vol. , -nv -r,i; i,D aJZ;
to assist Huntington in this project,
thus assuring to itself a tralho
arrangement by which it will come to
the seaboard on oven terms with its
competitor, the "Union and North
western consolidation. This lino,
when completed, will furnish a route
of wonderful shortness from Portland
lo the East, and will bo the means of
opening up and developing the great
wealth of a portion of Oregon, whioh
needs only a railroad to become ono
of the most important sections of tho
Frankfort. Pacific Connly, Wash.
Complete returns have been re
ceived from the city of Frankfort, and
are given in full as follews:
Eor representative in congress,
Wilson 23, Carrol 1G, Abernathy 2.
State senator, Forsythe 31, Yan Name
Kepreseutative, Putney 27,
Whcaldon 19. Clerk, Davis 37.
Auditor, Barney 29, Bell 11. Treas
urer, Barrows 29, Whealdon 13.
Sheriff, Turner 26, Slack ia Assessor,
Van Tuyl 28, "Vancleve 10. Attorney,
Egbert 19, Brumbach 20. Commis
sioner, First district, Graham 27, Mc
Gowan li; Second district, Bourne 21,
O'Connor 3; Third district, Meloy 26,
Martin 12. Superintendent public
instruction, Fancher 29, English 13.
Coroner, Mower 27, Hanselman 12.
Surveyor, James 39. State capital,
North Yakima 6, Olympia 27. Justice,
Smally 30, Scott 1. Constable, L. A.
Borchers 23, Scott 7, Butts 1.
Portland people will feel easier
when they know that they now have
a 20-foot channel to the sea. All the
same the steamship Columbia stuck
in the river yesterday and it took two
steamers to pull her off. But here is
what yesterday's Oregonian says:
"Captain B. Ho't reports that he has
finished all necessary dredging at St.
Helens bar, and that the range lights
there have been set to correspond
with the channel. Captain Smith, pilot
of tho Columbia, was down and ex
amined the channel 5 esterday and ex
pressed histatisfaction with it There
is now a channel of twenty feet at low
water from Portland to the sea, and
at high tido ships drawing twenty
two feet can come up. Tho channel
at Posloffice bar will now be widened
a little and then the river will be all
right for a ear or so."
ISIrs. T. .tlaltuu,
An experienced diessmaker, of Port
land, will takt charge of the dressmak
ing department Jtt Mrs. Derby & Mc
Kenzies, Mondaj, Nov. 13th,
Tin latest stvie nf Gents' Hoots and
nIid3 at P. J. Goodman & Co.'s.
For lame hack, side
Shilolfs Porous Plaster.
or chest, use
Price 25 cents.
Ludlow's Ladies' S3.00 Fine Shoes;
r.lbo flexlhle hand-turned French Kids,
at P. .1. Goodman & Co.'s.
.Main bt bet. lsl.
and 2d. 1, X.
Fruits. Candy, Kuts.
Freh Peanuts every day, I. X. L.
Nothing Succeeds JLike SucccbS.
It is verified by tho fact that nearly
everybody eats at Jeffs .New re
staurant. Fine It cat Upright Emerson
Pin.no for Sale
Apply to Mrs. L. B. Loan, Ko. 189
Cutlery, at OlO Third St.
Go to the Columbia bakery for all
"kinds of cakes.
A fine line of Cigars and Cigarettes
can be found at tho Columbia Bakery,
59G Third street
Furniture Tor Sale.
Bedroom set (ash); bedding, stove
and utensils, dishes etc., a complete
housekeeping outfit that cost over S90,
will sell for $50.
Apply Bed Corner Poultry Market,
Cass and Fourth Streets.
Candy and Ruts
AtHolmrs, G10 Third street
And Free Lunch at the Telephone Sa
loon, 5 cents
A girl for housework and cooking.
Address, J. C. S., Astouiak Office.
Up With tho Times.
Railroad is coming. Shaving 15c at
Tie Difficulty of Defllcatiiig a Faille
A. COJtRESVOyDE2fTS OPZSIOX
Skzpakok, Nov. G, 1890.
I Tvould like to call the attention of
the county court of this county to the
fact of there being: no road supervisor
in hfq district, and one is badly
needed. Mr. West -was appointed, but
being over fifty years of age he did
not have to serve, and "was full of
other business, and so he passed. Mr.
Ober was next appointed, but from
some cause he got no official notice
and so has no authority to act. There
is a great deal of road -work to be done
as a new road has been given to the
county, and accepted by the county,
part of which is in this district There
seems to be a great deal of apathy in
this county concerning roads.
It -will bo but a short time till the
county -will have to pay for right of
way all over the county instead of
having it given as heretofore, "When
settlers along a certain route want a
road, they will adopt the plan of join
ing together and making a private
road and charging the public toll.
Then we will have the chanco to look
at a county with a system of toll roads
all over it "What is going to bring
this state of affairs to pass?
Well, I'll tell you. It is apathy
among a certain class who think that
because six or eight settlers live in a
township all of which is taken tip and
owned by non residents, that those six
or eight settlers will build all the
roads in that township, and let the
county have the benefit of their labor.
Another thing works against the
county road, and that is, it is dis
couraged from tho start by the county
court Not this county court in par
ticular, but every county "court that
has had any existence in the past, in
Suppose the six or eight settlers
who are in earnest about getting
homes conclude to have a road, each
ono along the proposed road signs a
petition for it The kickers along the
route generally are non-residents, and
kick, so they won't be asked to give
anything towards opening it If tho
road prospect is strong, tho kickers
come in for damages for going over
their land. After tho settlers have got
the right of way fixed up so that thcro
is to bo no diihoulty on that score,
they must go to each end of the road
for signers, for the six or eight settlers
living along tho way, and on whom the
bulk of the road work is to come, aro
not enough to lawfully give the right
of way to the county. After they get
sufficient names on their petition they
go to tho county court, and are told
by that honorable body that they
would not begin to think of such a
thiug as to look at their petition un
less they get some lawyer to hand it to
them. When you go to whoever is
recommended (and I would advise you
to go to tho one recommended if you
expect them to take the right of way
you are giving them for nothing), he
will tell you that he can't think of
handing in your petition unless yon
will first give him S50. That is the
first that the settlers know that it re
quires 850 to give the county a right
of way for a road. If their courage on
the road question don't cool by that
time, they scratch round and get to
gether $50 and give it to him, and
give bonds for the amount of the wages
of a gang of surveyors for as long as
they can drag the job out to view, and
survey your line of road and tell you
whether you can make a road there or
If the viewers have been properly
wined and dined you may expect iu
tho course of a month or so to hear
that the honorable county court has
granted you permission to give them
a right of way over your proposed
route, and if you will pitch in and
open your road up good and wide, the
county will condescend to use it;
otherwise it will soon bo abandoned.
Now there has been a road given
the county all the way from Astoria to
the beach, opposite Main street, across
Young's river, the road is partly made
to Walter lngalrs on .Lewis and
Clarke's river, from thence it passes
through a very level country to Clat
sop plains near Clatsop City. It i3
partly made from jljowis and Clark's
river to the plains, and it is part of
tins road tnat nas no supervisor.
There i3 strong talk of abandoning
it as a county road and forming a
joint stock company and making it a
toll road to the beach. A few years
hence, many thousand dollars will not
buy it from a joint stock company.
If any of tho settlors along this
road, or any other for that matter, go
to the county for help, they will be
told that they are obliged to open it
themselves, and the county can't do
anything, they only have tho right to
build the bridges, and they will only
give about half enough for that, if
any. Perhaps county officials are
afraid of kickers, and think that if
they do anything for a road that some
body will kick. Well, let 'em kick; if
they didn't kick they'd be "mo33
backs," and they don't want to be
"moss backs" so they kick at some
thing. If it is the case that tho county
can't build any roads then this county
is not going to have any county roads,
for the settlers aro fast dropping on to
the joint stock plan, and concludo
that it is just as well to keep the re
sult of their labors, as to go to so
much bother to give it to a county
that don't appreciate it
D. F. Stafford.
That tired feeling is entirely ovcrcorn(T
by Hood's Sarsapnlla, which creates an
appetueouses trie aver, cures headache,
and gives renewed strength and vigor to
the wholo body. Be sure to get Hood's
Sarsaprilla, whioh is peculiar to itself.
Sold by all druggist
At Holmes, 040 Third straet
Remember the Austin houso at the
Seaside is open tho year 'round.
Fine Tabic Wiao
Delivered at CO cents a gallon, to any
part of the city. A fine line of pure
California wines at low prices, at A.
W. TJtzinger's Cosmopolitan saloon.
Uest Beds in town. Rooms per night
59 and 25 cts per week SI.50. New and
e'ean. Private entrance.
A fifteen hall Peel Tahlo and all the
leading newspapers on file at the Sun-
All tho patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles etc can
he bought at the lowest prices at J. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Deeds filed or recorded November 6,
1890, as reported for The Mobntxg
Astobian by the Astoria Abstract
Title and Trust cempany:
United States to Charles
Forrest, receiver's receipt
for the NE X of sec 23,
T7N.R6W S 200
Charles Forrest to D A
Blodgett, the NEJf of
sec 23, T 7 N, E6W 1
Astoria Exchange Co. to
Lawrence Shanahan, the
WK of lot 5, blk 57, Mc
John Degier to Alex Gil
bert, und. K of tmd. 4 o
SH of the E. Shortess
B C Kindred and wife to M
JKinneyetal, the E J
of the Kindred claim in T
Deeds filed, 5; total amount $ 30,201
Jtreviously reported tins year l,774,43y
Yesterday's Oregonian stated that
representatives of the Astoria Athletic
club are in tho city endeavoring to
make arrangements with Charles
Gleason and George Gannon, the mid
dle weights, for a ten-round glove
contest, to take place in that city some
time in the near future. Astoria has
a good athletic club in fact there are
but few better on the coast and what
ia more, the members appreciate good
sport. Gleason and Gannon can fur
nish such sport, and for this reason
their services are in demand. The
club has offered a purse of 300, and
there is scarcely any question but what
the match will come ofE Gleason is
willing, and no doubt Gannon is, too.
The contest will he fought with soft
A peculiar coloring to the "Bunko"
Kelly case is given in yesterday's Ore
gonian, which said Sheriff Smith, of
Clatsop county, is expected hero this
morning with two prisoners who are
held as witnesses against ''Bunko"
Kelly. When the sheriff gets them
in this county he will have no juris
diction, and the men can walk away
from him if they wish. It is likely
that they will apply for a writ of
habeas corpus and secure their free
dom. In fins case the sheriff will bo
liable to punishment for taking the
men out of his county and allowing
them to escape.
HE "WAS ASHAMED
To Ak Again, but His Frank X.ettr
Got It for Him.
A lew months ago one of tho unfortunate
Inmates in the San Francisco Almshouse
was Inspired by the sensational statements
in tho newspapers vrith tho belief that Joy's
without money, how to get it was tho ques
tion. Finally ho wroto to tho Edwin W. Joy
Co., appealing to their generosity, and it was
not unheeded, the coveted preparation be
ing sent by tho next parcel delivery. Its
effect is best tolll In a subsequentletter, from
which wo quote the follewing:
"I supposo you know me by this writinr,
and my circumstances and condition. Al
though improving, I ask of your generosity
for another bottlo of your Joy's vegetable
Earsaparlllo. Its laxative action is perfec
tion itself. It has so thoroughly regulated
my system that my catarrh, rheumatism,
constipation, and headaches aro all better.
J feel ashamed, to ask in this way, but what
snail I do? I thought I might not need any
more, but I am now so anxious to keep It up;
but you see how It Is."
It was sent, and ho can get mora if ho needs
For Choico Roll or Tub Butter, call
on Thompson' & Ros.
, Attention Smokers.
La Perla Cubana all imported.
Flor de Madrid.
La Famana in Key West Brands.
Reading Itoom in rear of Cigar Ston
What Would Astoria Bo With
31,000 reward in TJ. S. gold coin will
be paid by "Jeff,n the World Renowned
Caterer, to any person who canjsatis
factorily prove he can get a better meal
or a greater variety of all the Dflicacies
of the season to chose from, than he can
at Jeff's for the money.
Second street, opposite Telephone
Only One in thu United States.
Out of 1357 cough sjrups manufnc
tuml In the United States, but one lias
Dfcn round to be entirely rree fr. in
opiates and that is thu California Posi
tive and egativo Electric Cough Cure,
which is the best on earth for coughs,
colds, croup, etc. Sold by J. W. Conn.
Runs high at.). W. Conn's drug store
over Ss'stem Builder, as everybody is
USintr it fnr Pntnrrh nf tho ctrnnnnh
Dyspepsia, Constipation and Impure
Blood, and to build ud the svstem it cer
tainly possesses wonderful merit when
all speak so well of it.
Worse Than leprosy
Is Catarrh, and there is but one prepa
ration that does cure that disease, and
that lathe California Positive and Neg
ative Electric Liniment. Sold by J. W.
Conn. It also cures neuralgia, rheuma
tism, headache, sprains, hums and all
pain. Try It and tell your neighbor
where to get it.
We are prepared to Supply our Patrons
and others with the best Fish Netting, iu
Traps or Seines, our Long Experience War
rants, for 1831, We invite early orders.
GLOUCESTER NET & TWINE CO.
Bestem Office, 01 Commercial St
GUSTAY HASSEtf, Frop'r.
A Large and Well Selected Stock of Fine
Diamonfls t Jewelry
At Extremely Low Prices.
All 6g4s Seigfct at This EsUblliluaeat
Watch asi deck Repairing
Comer Cass and Squemoqua Streets
LIDDICOAT & CEIBB.
Carpenters and Builders.
Holt & McOurtrie's old stand, h&ve over 200
plates and drawings of all kinds and styles
of dwelllne-honses, ranging from $900 to
112,000. Call and see them.
I NEW! I
"" - "tyff
Table Covers, Lambrequins, Etc
NewBich Styles I
FamousCalifornia Lamb's Wool Blankets,
The Leading Dry Goods and Clothing House.
1. B. POWER
Morgan & Sherman
And Dealers in
Special Attention Given to Filling
A FULL LINE CARRIED
And Supplies furnished at Satis
Purchases delivered in any part of the city
Office and Warehouse
In Hume's New Building on Water Street.
P. O. Box 153. Telephone No, 37.
Saturday, September 27th,
. We w ill open our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Cloaks, Wraps, Jackets,
Our House has a standard reputation
which never falls to attract general, atten
tion during our Cloak Sales.
131. C 103 3rd St., Portland, Or.
Leading Dry Goods 'Storo"fornrst"ciass
goods at Eastern prices.
Agents for McCalls Bazaar Glove Fitting
An Elegant Assortment ot
JL Largo 'Assortment of
WHITE JL2TD R&D.
North Pacific BrewEEj
JOHN KOPP, - - Prticitior.
EXTRA FINE BOHEMIAN LIGEft BIEit
E&-ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTEJm T. "
SECOND - STKffinr
Is IIjg Bon Ton Bestamit if tflTiwr
(IXD THE FINEST OK 78 OOACT.)
Dinner Parties, Banque!t;i Specially
The Finest Wines mnd 2Zfur.
Private Entrance and Rms.
N. B. No comtttiOB Vfltti Ids Hi pl&M a
T-1ZS., XfflW Ci
New fRieh Styles