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DAILY ASTOitlAfl, AS3TOU1A, JFJaIuA.' UOtfNf NO. AUGUST U,
Term of Bulnerlptioa.
.mmA ni l"nrlt.r. ner W0ek... .... 16
unt tin Mull, iter mouth .;.... 6U Ota
K-jt by jiati, ir i'oar ....... .....7.'ju
dent by null, per ye'. W W In adva-ice.
Free postaxe to milKiorioera.
IHa as oriam guarantees to iw advrtim-ia
ttit) lafVel oirouiafciou 01 uj ucnqfai"7' Fwu
in J uu the Columbia itlver.
Portland, Or., Aug. 10. For Oregon
and Washington: Continued falr.warm
Local weather for the twenty-four
hours ending at 6 p. m., yesterday,
furnished by the U. S. Department ol
A'-lculture, weather bureau.
Maximum temperature, 71 degrees.
Minimum temperature, 63 degrees.
Total precipitation from July 1st,
1893, to date, .76 inch.
Deficiency of precipitation from July
1st, 1093, to date, .79 Inch.
The Dally Astorlan Is for Bale, with
Its Telegraphic Franchise, Merjjen
thaler Linotype, and a complete com
posing room and Job ofllce, on terms
which will be satisfactory to prospect
ive purchasers. For further Informa
tion, Inquire of Samuel Elmore.
From the multitude of theories that
spring up around the silver question,
it lfl hard to extraot even a few grains
of common sense reasoning, but what
ever vague opinions Cleveland may
have regarding the matter, ho must be
given all credit for a bold and une
quivocal stand, and an ability to say
what he honestly thinks. A circular
from Wall Street has flooded the
country during the past week, and
many papers In Oregon, glad of the
opportunity to use any brains but
their own on a question that calls for
deep thinking, have printed It in full
without comment. It Is a document
both silly and unwise In the present
crisis. Here Is a paragraph:
"Grant that the repeal of tho silver
bill, If 't could be effected, would pro
duce a crazy deBlre In Europe to buy
our stocks, would not the experienced
bends of British speculators and In
vestors fear that tho naturally good
effects of such a repeal would be neu
tralized or destroyed by uncertainty
over the tariff legislation? In fact,
we can hardly devise a plan to catch
No rational person expects a wild
desire In Europe to buy our stocks.
The fact Is Europe has Invested some
hundreds of millions in our promises
to pay. These Investors paid gold for
our paper, and they do not propose to
be paid In silver coin under the ratio
of 16 to 1, for that would be to lose one
half their cash, placed because they
believed we wore an honest and capa
ble people. We do not want to entrap
foreign capital, though we could use
a good deal of it. We must maintain
the standard of value under which we
have done business or we shall be
Judge Sanborn'- decision In the Uni
ted States CI- i t at St. Paul
sueniB to hav . ' r .wn the propo
sition that no .. imH a right to per
mit a pers;m v: vole who is not a full
clttnen of 11" '-ilted Stales. South
Dakota and t'leon other statcB bestow
the rights of ouffras-o upon aliens who
have merely declare' . their Intention to
Itoeomo citizens, but Judge Sanborn
divlures Unit the practice Is wrong,
niul conli'.iiy to International and con
stitutional law. A foreign born per
son remains a foreign subject untU he
has formally renounced his allegiance
by becoming naturalized under the
Federal law, and tho states, so Judge
Sanborn holds, have no right to de
nationalize a foreign subject until he
lins Inlly complied with the provisions
of the federal statutes relative to
naturalisation. If the decision stands,
It will have a sweeping and salutatory
effect upon the politics of the country,
Astoria, ns much as any place In the
nation, would benefit by tho restriction
of the ballot to a reasoning and re
sponsible class of voters.
The governor of i , a crank
like most people from . state. In
his Chicago speech said:
"I have never favored the Sherman
net. Cut even that Is better than
nothing If It can be carried out. Under
It the mint can turn out $4,000,000 In
silver coin monthly. Iiuitead of that,
only 12,000,000 monthly have been
This Is a rlttxen who docs not at all
know what he Is talking about. For'
two years there has not been a. silver
dollar coined. If $4,500,000 per month
bad been coined. It would have been In
tho vaults ust the same as the pigs c
nllver arc. We do not notice that the
niii-mtrial crank proposes that
there should be two Issues of paper on
rt .i,w.u t "hrthr it be In
bullion or coin. We only calculate one
tenthi of the silver coin we have got.
The mechanical change In the metal
does not circulate It
This morning's telegrams say - that
"there Is a great want of small silver
In Italy." This . condition of things,
though deplorable enough,. Is not pe
culiar to Italy Just now. The halcyon
days when dimes were too insignificant
to handle have passed away for ever,
even from ABtorla. Many of Italla's
wandering sons, appealing on these
western shores for r small cash by
means of monkeys and tin cups, find
themselves aa badly off Just now as
If they were at home.
However hard it may seem to some
cannerymen to be compelled to shut
down when fish are running a little
better than ordinary and when the
pack Is Bhort of expectations. It will be
well to remember that the law Is out
side any such consideration. We are
certain that none of them will act so
unwisely as to make It necessary for
Fish Protector McOulre to stop In and
cause trouble and annoyance, which
he will certainly do should lie discover
any breach of the statutes.
List of Letters Unclaimed at the As
August 8th, 1893.
London & San Fran Bank Long, Harry
Albert, Louis Anderson, A.
TinrnliiLnl. Allen Horns. William
Carlson, Albert Ellison, Lawrence '
Ooslcy, Mrs. Hamilton, W. S.
Hanson, Mrs. Mary Johnson, Carl J.
Martin. Mrs. Ellen Meaeham R. H.
Otook, Hayes Ramage, Tom.
Hanqunettl, Louis Koaborg, James
Stewart, Minnie (2) Sveanson, Mrs.
,-. rW urn. T.lltln Tnwnslev. I. N. (2)
Willis, Miss M. E. White, Mrs. Ida
Astrom, August Hanson, Herman J.
Roche, Thomas Stone, Kitcnaru
JAMES W. MAIUS, v. M.
m w ViivWr.mlnll. the lpailincr under-
tnl.-o linvlnir r,imllln1l nrrnJllTpmcntS
to purchase goods direct from tho fac-
t.,..,,a r.a,.nnllneg nf middle men. llllB
made' a great reduction In the cost of
t 6.00 Coffins reduced to d.tw
8.00 Coflins reduced to 6.00
25.00 Coflins reduced to .... 18.00
86.00 Coflins or easiteta re'd to 25.00
40.00 Collins or caskets re'd to 30.00
60.00 Collins or caskets re'd to 40.00
75.00 Caskets reduced to.... 60.00
125.00 Caskets reduced to 75.00
SPECIAL CASH DISCOUNTS.
Welch Block, 718 Water St., Astoria,
NATURE DEMANDS A TONIC.
Wa nncht never to foreet. even those
nf us nrhn nnsseSH vic-orou8 health, that
we are wearing out that the vital
clock work, so to speaK. must event
ually run down. This, of course, we
cannot prevent, because It is la the
nMinartf nnitrflA nf nature, but we mav
retard the too speedy arrival of decay
by the use of an invigorant wmcn ioKe
rank of every other namely. Hostet
! HtnTrinih TUttnrs. This century
has not witnessed a parallel in success
to this famous medicine, wnicn oi omy
sustains health by promoting vigor.
ht nvumnwl rnn8r.lnfl.tlOn. aVDCD31l,
ni.ma r,nA favor. narvniianess. rheuma
tlsm, and other disordered conditions
of the system fostered ty weaK"os
and an impoverished condition, of the
blood. The feeble, persons convalescing
after exhausting disease, and the aged,
derive infinite benefit from tne use oi
this helpful and efficient tome.
MRS. DR. M. E. McCOT. PHYSI
CIAN AND SURGEON.
I. In this nltv Sha mnllM chronic dlS-
la ... into vnj, ....... ...
eases a specialty. Deafness, catarrh,
asthma, dyspepsia, diseases vt um
throat and lungs, kidney, urinary or
era it a n n a nil nrivitte diseases. Special
attention given to diseases of women,
Consultation rree. cure or no umi6
es. Oillo hours, 9 to 13 a. m. and 1 to
d. m.. Ofllce rooms is ana i, tivivi
United States Land OlTlce.
Oregon City, Oregon.
August 2, 1S93.
M.,n.,r in iiiniiv p-iven that tho plat
of survey of T 4 N, R 7 W.. has this
day been received ut thiH olllc and on
September 12, 1S1I3 at 9 o clocK ft. m., i
mid day. said pint will bo Wed m mis
)lllce and the hind therein will be sub
ject to entry on and after sum uai
J,. A. AIT6a'i'i
rETEU PAQUET, Receiver.
A TREMENDOUS SHAKING UP-
tm la .i.n evnrv svsteni afflicted
with chills and fever, bUlous remittent,
or any other form of malarial disease.
undergoes periodically, inoi "i
... ,t n self It la the
III.MII.1 Ilk I ...HIT .- - -
breeder of an Infinity, of boU'ly il
ments. Stccincs usea in u
tUn and removal prove, in th vast
..i...ii.. .- u,.n nsei.a for every
irther. purpose than to mitigate the dl
sense and stave orr u
e Euro, with tho avemgv treimeiu,
return after a while. The sufferer
iiv chango hl lKati.m to ft healthier
...... ........i.iin. whtf.h Is In
his blood, Is not thus lightly got ,i
and returns nrten tne wimhuu m
terval. Organic affections or un.
res, hea:t troubhN funeral iimhih),
' the system, are the offspring of m
Ha. Cure tho originating cause and
i-ert future physical injury wjth Ho
....... iilif.-.rs eriloKolmis
also la liver complaint, iniu-Uvlty of
tho kidneys, rheumatism "i .lo-f. -
Highest of all in Leavening Power. latest U. S. Gov't Report
YOU SHOULD READ THIS.
This r'! Mlartty of the Union Pacific Is
Dene leu- miricu ny tne superior service it
aciv K to the traveling public In main
taining two dully through trains to
Omaha, St, J'aul, Chicago and points east,
thoiou"M' equipped with all the Intent
appliances for in comfort urul safely of
it patrons U-iluVs shortening the distance
materially with its fast trains. The pres
ent trutii j"j'i. utlo enables passengers to
reach St. I'aul seven hours quicker and
i:iilcn;to twenty-four hours quicker.
Omaha md Kansas City and intermediate
polntr, forty Iiuuih quicker than any line
from the t'aclllc Northwest.
Patronize the Northern Pacific railroad
If you are iroliii? Kast. Low rates of fare,
through tickets, baggage checked to desti
nation. All purchasers of second class
tickets can stop over at Portland. Rates
of fare oainc as from Portland.
It you have friends In Europe whose
pannage you wish to prepay to Astoria,
call in the Northern Pacitlc ofllce.steainer
Telephone dock, and make known your
wauls. lieUuced rates via all the lead
ing steamship lines.
Hundley & Haas. 150 First street, Port
laud, I'ave on sale the Dally Astorlan,
ho that visitors need not miss their
morning paper when they are here.
DOWN GO THE RATES.
The Union Pacific now lead with re
duced rates to Eastern points, and
their through car arrangements, mag
nificently equipped Pullman and tour
ist sleepers, free reclining chnlr .car
and fast time, make It the best lino to
travel. Two trains leave from Port
land daily at 8:15 a, m. and 7:30 p. m.
The rates are now within reach of all,
and everybody should take advantage
of them to visit the World's Fair and
their friends in tho East. Send for
rates and schedules of trains, and do
not purchase tickets until after con
sulting G. W. Lounsberry, Agent, As
toria, Or., W. H. HURLBURT. .
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt. U. P..
TOO OFTENJHE CASE.
A young Bociety lady, nfter a round of
fjayety, becomes suihlenlycouscious of an uu
iisii 1 1 seiwalion. She lia-i frequent attacks of
dizztnt su, her back aches, and slie feeks blot und
generally run down.
Mothers, look well to your daughters!
Daughters, look well to yourselves I
Let the first symptom denoting the ap
proach of disease receive your instant atten
tion. Healthy women are the hope of the
race, and it is well-nigh criminal to neglect
anything which promises relief.
'f hore is Aonefor all suflerers from Nervous
Diseases. Head what follows:
Mw. Jcnnio C. Davis, a fine nrtist and an
accomplished authoress, of Westliehl, Wis.,
had been subject to hcadacho ever siiico she
could remember. So severe were her at
tacks ns to cause at time9 temporary delirium.
All treatment had failed to relieve her, but
lifter using Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine
sho writes : " My record is to me, at least,
satisfactory. No hcadacho, constantly in
creasing nppetite, and a consequent gain in
weight of two and a half pounds in just one
Six weeks later she writes : " Have rend
and eewed immoderately of late, but my
headaches do not return.
Mrs. John R. Miller.of Valparaiso, Ind,
was attacked three years ago with turn of life
in its worst form. It finally went to her
head, and all indications were that it Would
result cither in insanity or softening of the
brain. Her husband thus writes: "It would
bo impossible for me to attempt a description
of her sufferings during nil this time. She
was treated by our very lest local physicians,
with but temporary benelit. Sho has taken
four bottles of Da. Miles' Restorative
Nervine, and is cured. She has gained
twenty pounds in weight. I tell you, she
often blesses you for what you have done for
Recollect that for the ctre of all Ner
vous Diseases there is no remedy which ap
proaches Dr. MilcJ Jlestoratire Nervine. It is
free from dangerous drugs apd opiates. Sold
by all druggists, on a positivo guarantee, or
Dr. Miles Medical Co. Elkhart, Ind.
University Extension fa
good, but Kitchen Exten
sion is better. Wider knowl
edge of better cooking pro
cesses means better health
and comfort for everybody.
Science can never do us
better service than by the
multiplication of the cook
inrr schools which make
healthful means and meth
ods available for even the
most modest home.
The xegetabie substitute
for lard, is science's latest
gift to the kitchens of the
world. Every woman who
has ever cooked a meal,
knows that lard is disagree
able in use and unhealthy
in its effects.
Cottolene is a most satis
factory substitute clean,
delicate and far more eco
nomical. "At your grocers-.
REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTE.
fJ.K. FAIRBANKS. CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
Chicago, new voww. bobtow.
There is Hope
For CYcry one who lias blood trouhle, no mat tr
In what Kliaiie or how long staiidiiif!, irmiiiiil
one of the vital organs have been so fur im
paired as to render a euro imposnible. B. 8. 8
toe to tho root of the disease, anil rcmovea tho
,-iiisi-, by expelling the ):iv)ii from thuLuuy, and
at the same time 1 a tonio to tho whole system.
Huvuver bad your case may be, tbere is bopo
rr - - -gi".! Cure'l n eof a most malignant type
?C?Cf:-T"4 of chronio blood trouble, for which
i:-,-V"-W.i i iiad used various other icmiMie
without effect. JMy weight Increased, and mv
b. altli improved in every way. 1 consider b. a. S.
tho IhwI tonio 1 over used.
"8. A. WbiohT, Midway, fla."
Treatise on blood, skin and contagious blood
pobiou mailed free. S W1FT 6t'Av(:lFIC CO.,
A New Remedy
A tnif Specific a positive and permanent eliTrcjtion
cf all poison from the blood, and a restoration of healthy
vigor to the tissues is offered to sufferers for the fust lime
in a remedy which has been undergoing the most severe
private experiments for the past three years. It has not
yet failed, and it will not fail, as it is a True SpecUlo
lor Syphilitic poison and all blood diseases. Do you be
lieve it 1 Send for full particulars and proof free. Stop
filling your system with mercury and other poisons.
This remedy will cure you in 30 to 00 days without fad.
We Kuuruntee a cure or refund the money.
MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO.,
TO First Street
J J ' i'HYSMJI AN'aN I) Sl'HGKON,
O.'lb-e over store of J. b. W'yatt, Second street
. AlA-lUVrKlt'oK ACCOUNT'S mill
ofkiok : With (li'iienil Messenger l'o 015
A A. CLEVELAND,
ATTOKNliV. AT LAW.
I tlrlt k niiii.tr'ti iihw t.pi.'l hiiil.1 i.i-j. ...triip.
Tli 1 id slid Ueuevicve streets ; iu slum.
Ofllue oil Wrwonil .Street, - Astoria, or.
IOHM H. SMI 'H,
O A I'i'OitNHY AT LAW.
Otlles ill Kiiiney't nev brick building, over
Astoriit National II. ink,
REAL KdTATK ANB INHUKAMCK AtiKNI
OlUce Wi lieiiKin street, A.Hinrm, oregoa.
DR. EILIV JANSON.
PUViilClAN & HUliUKOM. K OM 7.
(Ullceover Osgood's Clot lilug Store, hours. 10 to
W 111, 2 to 5 p, 111, 7 to 8 p 111. atinday, 10 to 11 111.
DR' 1'H'AN A'ND 8UKOKON.
HpoRiul Htii-ntioii to lliseitss ol Women mid
Surgery. OlUce over Dituzijjor' store Astoria.
J UY JlC I aIJIt IW Eji5'& AOCO tICH KUIt.
Ollleo, rooms S, 1 oyer Astoria Nutionalliauk.
hours, lu to 12 & 2 ti5 Kesideuce. 6.W Cedar st.
DR. WALTER I. H WAID.
H0.tliJ5i)l-A'i'HtC l'llVdlClAif & SUB
gon. ultieo, -sjt. i'iiird strciet. Hum's IU to 12
and 2 to4,!Miud;iy 1 to 2. Iteiidouco 108 3d s:reet
LP. MULllNiX, M D.,
. (lives special iiiaiiiient for atarrli,
l liioat l.ungs, Kiduey (ienilo- Urinary organs
'JlUce uiistiUi's.isi'.J iliird Si. Hours,!) 11.111,9 p.m.
RICUAKl) 1IARKY. C. U. 1HOM.
J.JARRY A ISOM,
CIVIL KNUINEiCRS AND riU r VKYOlttt.
KOOMH 5 ANU 6,
OVEU ASTORIA NAJIONAL BANK.
W. T. BUKNKY,
J. W. URAeKK
Barney i Draper. .
Oregon t'ily, Oregon;
Twelve years' experience as register of 111
U. S. I..uid U'I'Ct) here, lecoluiiieuds tix in nui
speuliill) ol Milling and all oilier basiness ue
foro tin) Lund 1 dllce or the Couris, aail invoW
tile uratico 01 Ilia General Land OlUce.
rjROCKtNBROUCH & COWING.
LA V OKPICH, ORUGON CITY, OH.
tl'ial aitentlon glvon to land business. Set
tlers 011 hoiiit'Htoa :s or pre-einptlon claims und
liuilier Ltud pureliasfs shown every Kdvatae
of the law. tor itsit.stauce 111 making tlual
pwol cull 011 in.
.Foard & Stokes
ln-aler tn Nsswiire, OnickiTy, Ship Supplies,
loliai co, Vint ami Kino Wlnskit-s. KI110 Teas
and Colli-ea Spt'cially. The K.nest DKplay of
Frulls in the City. Kie.ih on Kvery Steam-.-r.
Coruer of Third and West KigiitU Streets.
Train leuv. s Seaside :
7 :."o a 111 daily.
H :;lu p. Ill Mouil:iy, Wednesday, Kridity.
4 1.1 p. in. Tuesday, Thursday, S .tur.lay
Leaves Young's ll;iv I'ler :
i) a. ii.d..lly.
3 l. ni. Monthly, Wednesday, nntl Friday,
and AM p. 111. TiiCMlay, I liuraday und
Minilay t 5:3i).
J. Q. a. Itowi.itv, 1. K. U'niti.N.
Hunts lcuvo Aitorla nee-half hour before
trains leave the pier.
COLUMBIA TtUfli CR CO.,
WILLIAM WIL. ON, I'rop.
FEED - AND - SAi.E - STABLE
General Express and HeHvory K11 1.
Jniee lltloluey strvel. .-i'li.il .1 U f West
Nlulll si, Astoria, let. plnuic .No. 41.
Dalgity's Iron Works,
J AS. DAl.UITY. trp'r.
(Stircessor to Aindt & Foreheu.)
Holler Ucpslrliu A d ' aimety Woik. Itopsir
IliR of River t'rnfl a Smrinlly. Msehinc Work
oi nil kinds done. Shop, foot of Lafayrtto St.
0. A STINSON ti CO..
Rhlp mid Cannerr work, Dorsesnoetnif, Wa
ons made and repaired. Go work fniansDtred
On Cass street, opposite lati trn Talk otT.cr
CARHAHAN & CO
Successor! to L W. Cas, Importer and
Wholesale and Retail dealer In
Cor. Second and Cut Street,
Rlpans Tabules act gently
but promptly upon the liver,
stomach and. intestines; cure
habitual constipation, dispel
colds, headaches and fevers.
One tabule taken at the first
symptom of indigestion, billi
ousness, dizziness, distress
after eating, or depression of
soirits, will remove the whole
difliculty in a few minutes.
Ripans Tabules are com
pounded from a prescription
widely endorsed by the high
est medical authorities and are
presented in a form that is be
coming the fashion with phy
sicians and patients every
where. One Box (Six Vials) Scvtnty-five Cfnti.
One Package (Four Boxes) 1 wo Dollirs.
Ripans Tabules may be ob
tained of nearest druggist; or
by mail on receipt of price.
Tfor free sample addreet
RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.
CLATSOP LAND CO.
Iucorporatd with 25,ooo Capital Stock,
rleal Estate and Insurance Brokers, Notnry
Public aud (joiiveyaneere. Special attontlou
paid to rents, payment of taxos, etc, for non
residents. Hole agents lor South Astoria, Proa
no,.ti'.uir llpmliu'k Hark and Owen's Addlttou,
also best Ueaside, business aud Inside property
and choice acreage. 4.4 1 aim si.. Astoria.
PORTLAND AND ASTORIA.
Leaves Astoria Every evening except Satur
day at 7 p. m.
Arilvesat Astoria Every day exctjpt 8unday
at 2 p. 111.
Leavea Portlunil Every aay except Sunday
at 7 a. m. C. V. S'l'ONK, Agent, Astoria.
K. A. SiGKLKY, General Agent, Portland Or.
Merchant Steamship Co.'s
Line, Connecting with
Canadian Paclllo and Groat Northern
Hallway and JIHn steamsnip Line.
Takinu frelnlit and nasseiiKCrs for Vancouver
ana victoria li. t. ami bl'hiiic, iiici.um uim an
I ua..I.... A ..n.l. uitniir 10 1.v,
Kor particulars apply at tlio oflleo Astoria
ADstra.'i i , a i- lk'.
FEttOUON BKO'i., Agents
HUGHES & CO.,
Wbuiesale aud hetall
Importers of Ail Hrandsol foreigu and Domes-
.t i;r...au t (.....-.m. .....1 rlnum
J. H. Cutter W lilsK'es a specialty. Vai lilatt
..... . .. ni ... UTu, nt.A
noirieo Deer, ciuoi. iiranue.'i -.wj ....auv
ri.,.iiu In, Uolntna) PlIi-l.nHHH.
Family Trade Solicitod Ali orders front t!u
City and Country proi"vy filled.
Stiuemoque Street , Astoria. 'mi;
Z. XI. c3 KT. OO. sal
T.puvps Astnrln thiilr ht 7:M a. 111. fur llwnco
calline; at Tansv Point, and coi.neutini; with
rallnw 1 running north at 10 a. 111, and with
boats 11 slionlwater bay for
South Heiirt, Nuniiliiiie, North Cove
And other points U'roiiRh to rajt llnr
bnr. Hi'toriiltu' coiineeis at llwuco with
s earners for Astoria and NtgUt Him tn lor
JOHN Jt. UOULTEK, L. A. LOOM IS,
K. V. KGllKltr. Siipeilntetident.
lnonndescent, nil liinht. . . . $1.50
" 12 o'clock... 1.00
" io u .;. 75
For pnrticnlara inquire of Btiy member
ol the linn or nt tlio oince, loot ot uon
oomlv St. Wkst Siiors Mit.tJ Co.,
-T. O. Trullinger, President.
Aatorla L..dgo No. CO, A. O. V. W.
MEETS KVEUV FRIDAY EVENING AT
8 o'clock In tho Odd Fellows' Hall. So
journing and ylsitliifr brethren eoniiaiiy 111
doandlnavian Benerolent Bociety.
Kini.AR MEETINGS OF Til IS SOCIETY
lb Ht LliHir nxims in I'vtlllan bullillni! at i-lulll
j'ei.K k r m.. on Hie second aud lourlli Tites-
ilayt of each nioniu,
Al'G. DAN1ELSON Secretary
Ooaan Kncamprue'.t No. 13. 1. O. O.F
I3K0DI.AH MEETINGS OK OCEAN EN-
Lk. canipment Mo. 1:1. 1. u . v.. at uie iahiko
In the (V'd Fellow Hnlldlnp, a! sevt-n r. :.,
m thH . nml and fourth Monday of eaili
month. Si.oii-iiIiik brell.'t'D d-i'd.ally ir.Tltwi.
By order .
Astoria Building 4; Loan Aaaoointlon
TnEKEGULAK MEETINGS Ot THIS AJSO
ei:ition a-e bold at r. . on the first
Wednesday of each month. Oflice Oh Geuevleve
REGULAR MEETINGS, FIRST AND
third Tuesday eveulutisof eaeb moutb
by the Council, at any regular meeting must
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present .n". .rr,,
on or before the Friday ereninr prior to the
Tuesday on which the Council holds Its reirulai
meeting. k. osuukn.
Board of Pilot Commissioner.
TriFREGrLAR MEETINGS OF THIS BOARD,
will be held on the nrt Mondsy, of each
month at 10 a.m. at the ofllce of Robb&Par.
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MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
CONNECTING WITH ALL THANSCONTIN
Eloctrio Lightod Cars
ST. PAUL and CHICAGO
OMAHA and CHICAGO.
Tho EXPRESS TRAINS consist of VEST1
BULKD, SLEEPING, DINING AND
And fnrnlsheil with every luxury kuoirn
inmlern railway travel.
For Speed, Comfort and Safety
this Line is Unequaled.
Tickets od sale at all prominent raflw
Kor further Information inquire of any tick
C. .f . EDDY, General Agt.
J. W. CASKY.Trav. I'ass. Agf.
QUICK TIME TO
ALL P'N1S IN CAL1F0RKM,
Via I he Alt. niin.st.i Route of the
Southern Pacific Oonip'y
The ,0 ly ".Eoute Through Cliforni to aj
Pointi East tod 8anth
The SctDle Roufo of I ha toMt, ( oast.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS;
SKCONI-CT.AS 8LEEPIKO CARS
Attaehed to expivsa trains, affording mn rior
amiitiiiiodnlioi.s forset-ott.) clam wmniiri.
hnr rates, tlikftn. sl,,..i; earVsHrfation,
ete.. fall un or addr K. P. IKHJKRS. issi,?.
nu ieiiera. rl,:ht mid Passenger Aue ,i. Prt.
Bon Ton Ton Restaurant in the Town
(And the Finest on the Coast. 1
Dinner Parties, Banquets a Specialty
Tke riiMt WIm tai Lilian.
H. B. PARKER
D KALE tt IS
lime. Brick, Sand, fire Brlok. Fli Clar
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