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TUUC DAXLY ASTOKIA, ASTORIA, FRID A V &IORNING, AUGUST 25 1893.
. . . i of Sabseripllos.
nrvA iw i"!rrlHr. tier week....;;..... 16 CU
Sunt by Hall, per moiilh i ... M cts
lieut by Wall, per Veur ........... 7.0o
Sent by mall, per year, ?2 00 in advance.
Free postaxe 10 subscribers.
I ji la nittiH imarauraos to IU advertisers
Ci- larnest circulation of any newspaper pub-
t,i h 1 uu tuo unuinuia mver.
Portland, August 24. For Oregon
ami Washington, . Continued fair
Local weather for the twenty-four
Hours ending at 6 p. m., yesterday,
furnished by the U. S. Department of
Ai-lculture, weather bureau.
Maximum temperature, 71 degrees.
Minimum temperature, 64 degrees.
Total precipitation from July 1, 1S93,
to date, 1.13 Inches.
Deficiency of precipitation from July
1, 1893, to date, .99 Inch.
WHAT IS HE DOING?
Mr. Remington's ninety days Is fast
drawing to a close. By the way, where
is Mr. Remington? The subsidy com
pany have heard nothing from him,
have received no word whether the
railroad matter is prospering or not,
and do not know that he has done
anything since leaving here but go
Slralght back to his grocery ware
house In Salt Lake and sell tea. It
seems to us that had there been any
cheering news for him to announce he
would certainly have let Astorlans
know It. Not having done so, the mel
ancholy Inference Is that there Is no
good news tt toll. Next spring, maybe,
Astoria wlil not wait for parties from
Rait Lake, or Jerusalem, or New York
to lift her railroad wngon out of the
rut, but putting her own shoulder to
the wheel will da the Job herself. We
have been standing still long enough,
like Mahomet, fr the mountain to
tome to us. We must go to the moun
Senator Hill's position on the lead
ing question of thei day as outlined In
our dispatches this morning, Is one of
singular freedom. He has been com
mitted to but one thing In regard to
the money question, and that Is oppo
sition to tho silver law as it now
He has been the leader of his party
In declaring wtir against the Sherman
law, but tho grounds upon which he
hna (lrtnn It bnva nOt hppn plpnr. He Is
tor both money metals, but how to
combine their use he has not explained.
His condition Is In a remarkable de
cree representative of his party. He Is
In favor of silver, but opposed to the
law that favors it more than any
measure ever enacted, if he Is not In
favor of the silver standard, lie should
say what he would do to maintain for
the peoplo the use of the two metals.
It has been stated In what was be
lieved to be a friendly way, that. Mr,
Hill favored tha French ratio, to 1,
an advance on the estimation of silver
In this country of three per cent., and
one which would widen by that much
tho gap between the niarket and the
coinage ratios of the money metals.
However, the French ratio, which la
said by the Latin nations to be scien
tific, is made more preposterous than
ever by the willingness of the silver
party to compromise on the ratio by
putting tweuty-flvo per cent, more sil
ver, Instead of three per cent, less, In
A Gladslonlan candidate for parlia
ment has been defeated under circum
stances that are ominous of the final
discomfiture of the home rule cause.
Mr. Grenfell of Hereford, elected as a
Gladstonlan, resigned his seat because
be could not sustain his homo rule
policy In Us lntest developments. He
bad made up his mind to support the
establishment of an Irish parliament
In order to get lid of the Irish In the
Imperial parliament, but giving the
Irish a parliament of tiulr own, and
then retalidng eighty members at
Westminster, thus giving them the op
pt rtunlty to coerce further concessions
to Irish independence under penalty of
bl-vklng Welsh, Scotch, and English
measures, was piling the dose go high
that Grenfoll could nn osslmllate It
and so resigned. Ills sent is llllod by an
oiipiment of Gludstone which makes a
dlfferenc) of two In the vote on the
third reading, and In one of the last
straws. The majority of the mun who
was elected (a staunch conservative) Is
small, but Is sufficient 4o show that
there Is no popular uprising In Eng
land for tha Irish home rule policy.
The Indications are that If Mr. Glad
stone gets bin bill through the house
now extremely doubtful - he will lose
on the appeal to the country.
The Salvation Army Is preparing to
fV'ht (he law by holding open-air
prayer meetings in the streets of thin
( i'.y. T'e cuncll mlfiht Instruct lis 1-
gal advisor to prepare a careful report
on this matter. In every municipality
on this coast where a parallel case has
been fought out in the courts the Army
has won, for no municipal law can in
terfere with the national law which
gives to every citizen personal liberty
and his own manner of sacred wor
bhlp. How far this personal liberty ex
tends is another matter, But would'nt
It be as well for the city attorney to
try and save his employers a large
sum in costs by instructing them one
way or the other beforehand.
Congress is already a disappointment
to enthusiasts. There Is one thing cer
tainnothing will be done in a hurry.
The message of tho president has not
persuaded the falsifiers of finance of
the errors of their wayB. The silver
diggers in the treasury have a furiouB
appetite for mining gold coin through
turning out silver pigs, at the smelt.
ing houses. The senate is the sticking
place, and the senate has so much dig.
nlty nrd courtesy and solemnity and
stupidity that it Is slow to do well.
The public spirited action of the Odd
Fellows Loan and Building Associa
tion yesterday in deriding to reduce
the rents of all tenants of its buildings,
Is to be heartily commended and
should Serve as an example for every
owner of premises in this city. These
are dull times, to put It very mildly,
and those landlords who ore attempt
ing to bleed their renters all the more
on that account, ought to be ashamed
of their trickery and meanness. Well
Astoria needs an opera house, and
needs It badly. It Is not well to have it
said of us that, while no other city of
half our population on this coast is
without a theater, we are unable to
rlss beyond the level of the bestial
dance hall style of amusement. Here
Is an Investment that certainly offers
Its attractiveness to the speculator.
That Allcock'B Porous Plasters are
the highest result of medical science
and skill, and in Ingredients and meth
od have never been equalled.
That they are the original and genu
ine porous plasters, upon whoso repu
tation Imitators trade.
That Allcock's Porous Plasters never
fall to perform their remedial work
quickly and effectually.
That this fact is attested by thous
ands of voluntary and unimpeachable
testimonials from grateful patients.
That for rheumatism, weak back,
sciatica, lung trouble, kidney disease,
dyspepsia, malaria, and all. local pains,
they are invaluable.
That when you buy Allcock's Porous
Plasters you absolutely obtain the best
ANOTHER" CUT IN PASSENGER
Five dollars less over the Union Ta
clllo to Missouri river and intermedi
ate points, effective Sunday, August
20th. Rates to all Eastern points corre
spondingly reduced. For full Informa
tion, call at Ticket olllce, Union Pa
G. W. LOUNSBERRY, Agent.
E. W. Kuykendall, the leading under
taker, having completed arrangements
to purchase goods direct from the fac
tories, regardless of middle men, bus
mads a great reduction In the cost of
$ 6.00 Coffins reduced to $ 3.00
8.00 Coffins reduced to...... 6.00
25.00 Coffins reduced to .... 18.00
3(1.00 Coffins or casnets re'd to 25.00
40.00 Collins or caskets re'd to 30.00
60.00 Coffins or caskets re'd to 40.00
75.00 Cuslcets reduced to.... 60.00
125.00 Caskets reduced to .... 75.00
SPECIAL CASH DISCOUNTS.
Welch. Block, 718 Water St., Astoria,
Seventeen 5 teal cang prepared opium,
Bmucrcled. were seized at Astoria, or.,
June 27, 1893. Any person claiming the
above mentioned articles, or any of
them, Is required to appear and file
their claim with the undersigned wun
In twenty days from the date of the
firm publication of this notice, v'z;
August 6th. 1893.
E. A. Taylor, Collector of Customs
for the District of Oregon.
COUNTY ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.
The Board of Equalization will meet
at the office of the coun
ty clerk and publicly examine
I.. DDiaamflnt ralla of Plntflon
county for the purpose of correcting
an errors ox vaiuuuun or unciu'i'""
of lands, lots or other property.
v la thA .iiitv nf nil lierarma to nn.
pear at that time If they wish correc
tions maae, as no corrections or uucr
,Hnna ran le made by anv officer after
ihn adjournment of tha iboard.
Tlie rxwra win meti mi jhuuiuu,
A..m.f vcth tit 10 n'rlni'lt n nv. mul
closa on" Saturday, September 2nd, at
Astoria, August inn,
J. W. GEARHART, 1
xi,iti..a u hnifOiv flven that I have
been appointed administrator of the e.
tate of James 1. Mets, deceased. All
persons Indebted to said estate, ore no
tiiifut m i.nv the same to me. at Astoria.
Oregon, forthwith; and all persons hav
ing claims against said estate, are
hereby notified to present the same to
inn. nt the above ulace. within six
months from the diit hereof.
JAIUl'JS W. JIAIUS.
Administrator of the above estate.
ivite.1 at Astoria. Oregon, this 7th.
day of July. 1S93.
A Kure Cure lor Files.
v . V. I . iia a. a knnvn tSv mnlatiir
Ilk pmplratln. rnuxing inteusa Itching
when warm. This form, as well as Wind,
i,i ...It ... . Twl i-ixllnir vlt'ltl At micA In
l'r. liiwanko' Pile li.-m.Hly, which nets
directly on the parts affected, absorbs
tumors, allays lulling and effects a
Permanent cure. &0e. 1 riitwt.st or mall.
I'treulars frw. Or. Itowinko, J.1 Arch
xtrvet. Philadelphia. Pa. Sold by J. W.
A VIOLENT COMMOTION.
In the stomach and bowels produced
by a violent purgative and its conse
quent drenching action, never are, be
cause it in impossible they should be,
followed oy permanent good -effects,
No specific which weakens and con
vulses the organs for whose relief it is
used can do good. Blue pills, calomel,
podyphyllln, salts and senna, vegetable
or mineral pills, are drastic remedies
generally void of benefit. A reliable
and effective substitute for them is
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which ef
fects a change both natural and thor
ough in the bowels when they ore con
stipaled. A sufficient and regular se
cretion of bile by the liver and sound
digestion are also promoted by its use,
Malaria In all Its forms, rheumatism
and kidney trouble are obviated by
this fine reformer of disordered condt
tions of the system. A wineglassful
three times a day is about the dose.
MRS. DR. M. E. McCOY, PHYSI
CIAN AND SURGEON.
Is In this city. She makes chronic dis
eases a specialty. Deafness, catarrh,
asthma, dyspepsia, diseases of the
throat and lungs, kidney, urinary or
gans and all private diseases. Special
attention given to diseases of women,
Consultation free. Cure or no charg
es. Offio hours, 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to
6 p. m.. Office rooms 18 end 19, Hotel
Patronize the Northern Pacific railroad
If you are going East. Low rales of fare,
through' tickets, baggage checked to desti
nation. All purchasers of second - elusa
tickets can stop over at Portland. Rates
of fare same as from Portland.
if you have friends fo Europe whose
passage you wish to prepay to Astoria,
call at the Northern Pacific offlce.steamer
Telephone dock, and make known your
wants. Reduced rates via all the lead
ing steamship lines.
Handley & Haan, 150 First street, Port
land, have on sale the Dally Astorlan,
o that visitors need not miss their
morning paper when they are here.
America's Great Danger
AN ENGLISH COMMENTARY.
Said an eminent English scientist recently:
"The danger that confronts the great Ameri
can peoplo to-day is not the possible adop
tion of a wrong financial policy for the
nation, or the spread of socialism, or the
increase- of corruption among public men.
All these aro had enough, to he sure, but
they are as nothing compared to the terrible
national disease I had almost said national
crime -of overwork. Tho mad rush for
wealth is set at a killingpacc, and thousands
laii by tho way every year.
You are likely to be one of the victims I
I low do wc know ? Because it is the excep
tion to tind a man or woman of adult age in
perfect health. Nervous Disorders are
spreading with fearful rapidity. ' Among the
symptoms, are Backache, Biliousness, Cold
Hands and Feet, Dizziness, Hot Flashes,
Fluttering Sensation, Fainting, Headache,
Hysteria, Irritability of the Heart, Mclan.
choly, Failing Memory, Palpitation, Rheu
matism, Short Breath, Sleeplessness, .Ner
vous Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility, Fits, etc.
Rev. (.'. A. Carroll, pastor First DaptU't
tlnirch, icllow springs, U writes nslollows:
"I have used Dr.Milcs'RcstorativoKcrvine
for the past six months. I liiul it acts like
a charm on the whole nervous system. I
havo not found itseuti.il in giving immediate
relief. Dr. Allies little IVcrvo and Liver
Tills only need a trial and they will recom
mend themselves to bo tho best pills in the
"For five years T have Buffered from Ner
vous Prostration, I was unable to work or
sleep. The first dose of Dr. Miles' Restora
tive Nervine cave me relief, and one thou
sand dollars would not cover the good it has
done i.ic. JOHN MisUIiJSK, Youngs
town, Ohio. . i
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine is un
equalled in rimiNO Nervous Diseases. It
contains no' opiates or dangerous drugs. Sold
on n positive guarantee hv ail druggists, or
Dr. Miles Medical Co.,. Elkhart, Ind.
to the ways of hat household."
Yes, Solomon is right; that's what
the good housekeeper everywhere
But her ways are not always
eld ways. In fact she has dis
carded many unsatisfactory old
ways. ' For instance, to-day she
the New Shortening, instead of
lard. And this is in itself a rea
son why "she looketh well" in
another sense, for she eats no
lard to cause poor digestion and
a worse complexion.
Cottolene is much better
than lard for all cooking pur
poses, as every one who lias tried
it declares. Have you tried it-?
For sale everywhere.
RCFUSC ALL SUBOTITUTCS.
Ccnuin made only by
N. K. FAIRBANKS CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
CHICAGO, NEW YORK, BOSTON
FOR A DOSE
RESULTS ARE WHAT TELL
V,' jrutrant that eno of there ptlla at dew, will
prHiuo bolter rewttlu iu t!i cr of liradnrhe,
n.ttin threto nve cf 6iiv other mnWe, and do H
without e rt pin ami ufcemi Ihtnr woudrrfol
to ton nukM !-' Ik a rrw N-U'.f. i.'."o. a box
4i u4tUi or uiaiL iioMUko McU. Co fhUa., Ta
For uilo by J. V. Conn, Prugrslst
L DC9 I
Vf.WVviini! Is the licst Wood Medicine, because
jt.'iyVafi itaHlstB natura to throw olf the iui-r-"
i a nJI purities nf tliolilooil.aiid nt the fame
time times up tho entire organism. Tills Is Jut
contrrirv trt tno eli'crtof the various potaah, mer
cury, .iV ,:i;.:ii llla mixtures, which bottle up the
Iid; Ml i.-.i in tho system, thua producing niuib
8lcUi.:.Td uaJ liulleriug. Therefore, for a
you cannot do better than take 8. S. 8.
"As a physician, I have prenerilied and used
fi. 8. S. in niv practice as a tonie, and for blood
trouble.'., ami have been very giicceiwful. I never
iKi-tt a (ciuedy which (rave rnich general satbfao
tinii (iiiv!!f an(l patient.
. " 1j. It. Iincuv, M. D.,Mackey, Ind."
Trr atUo on blood and sltin diseases mailed f reo.
BWUT Sl'iXlFlC CO., Atlanta, ti a.
A New Remedy,
A true Specific a positive and permanent elimination
of all poison from the blood, and a restoration of healthy
vinr to the tissues is offered to niffercrs for the first time
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 Specific
for 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 90 days without fail.
AVe guarantee a cure or refund the money.
MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO.,
10 Flrt Strecit PORTLAND, B
DR. W. T. BAKER.
l'HYSIlil AN AND BURGEON,
(Jlllcc at Occident Hotel, Astoria, Orege.
' I'HYSieiAN'ANi) 6URGEOS,.
O.Hcc over store of J. U. Wyalt, Sccwid atrvct
WM. LAFOBCE , .
AT'ftlKNKV AT LAW.
Ollicc, Rooms 7 and 8, Kinney'd aiuldlog.
. A IJ.i U.1TK It OK ACCO.VN'M and
Okkicr : Willi Uencnil Messenger Co,, 518
I H. MAHISELL..
t) , icttAi, h.bUA l"K liliOKRIi.
Notary Public. Firu and Aeeldent Insurance,
A A. CLEVELAND,
A. ATTfiK NV.V AT T AW
Olllce-K limey's new brick building, corner
Aiiuu tiuu ireueviuvu streets ; up ataini.
HRANK. J. TAYLOR,.
ATTORNEY AND C01M10I. AT LAW
Ofllco ou aocond Street, - , Astoria, Or,
TOHN H. SMI'H,
O ATlOKNUr IT LAW.
Olllce In Kinney's new brick biiildini;, over
Astoria iNitiioiiiti li.iiiK,
RKAL IC3TATE AND IN8UKANCK AGENT
Olllce 1U Healon street, Astoria, Oregon.
DR. A. L, and a. A. FULTON.
buiwry oy ..r. J. A. Fulton.
OiUcu 178 C.whs sliest, llouii 10 to 12 and 1 to 4
DR- EILIV JANSON.
PIliSIOLAN & WJitliKON. It OM 7
lilllceover Osgood's Clot lilrnr Storo, liours, II) to
it in, 2 to 6 p, in, 7 to 8 in. timidity, 11) to 11 in.
DR. O. B, ESTES,
rilYaUUAJN AND 8UKGEON.
Special attention to TJUeases ol Womeu and
Burery. oniee over Diuizlger'a store Astorlu,
TAY TUTTLE M.D.,
O I'HYSIUIAN. nUUGKO. & ACCOUCHEUR.
Olllce, rooms 3, 4 over Astoria National Hank,
liours, 10 to 12 & 2 to6 Residence. G3D Cedar St.
DR. WALTER I. HOWARD.
llOMlE.Jf ATlllC rUKSlOlAN & SUR.
Rrton. Ollied. 451. Tlilrd strdec. Hours 10 to 12
and 2 to 4, Sunday 1 to 2. Residence 408 3d street
r P. MULLINIX. m. n.
Jj. Gives special iieatiueut for Catarrh,
inroai l.untts, iviuuey Genuo-urinary organs
Olllce iip3tair.s,il lliird St. Hoiirs,9 a.m, p.m.
: rilVSlCIAN AND 8URGKON,
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries
357 Second Stroet, Astoria.
W. T. BUKNKY,
J. W. DBAFBB
Burney & Draper.
Oregon City, Oregon,
Twelve vears exuerlence as reirister of th
U. S. IjiihI Olliee here, recommends us in our
specialty ol Mining and all other business be-
iore uio r.anu otuce or l lie courts, and involv
iig the practice ol the General Laud Olllce.
ROCKENBROUCH & COWING.
' LAW OFFICE, OREGON CITY, OIL
Kleclal iittentiou uiven to land business. Set
tiers on homesteads or pre-emption claims and
Umber laud purchases shown every advantage
of the law. For assistance In making uual
(inmi eati uu us.
Astoria Lodge Mo. SO, A. O. V. W.
TWEETS EVERY FRIDAY MEN1NG AT
ill K o clock in the Odd Fillows Hall. Be
uuiutun and vlsilluir brethren eonliKllv li
J. T. ROGERS, Recorder.
Boandtnaviau Benevoleut Society
OKGULAR MKKTINGH OF THIS SOt:ilcT
1 lit their rooms in I'ytlilaii b-.iiMiug ,tl eight
urii.n r .. un me se.ciiuu hii.' nurtii lues
day I of each mouth,
Oouttn fcincttnipuie-.t No. ia, 1. O. O. F
pSOULAR MKFTINCH OK Wr AN EN
XI. campinent. No. 13. 1. O. t). K at lxlge
Iu tha Odd Fellows BulMiu;, tt seveu p. M.,
uu um stOTiuu auu loiiria rionuays ol earu
uiiuiiii, otijuiiriiiUK uinuireu ctiriliauv ir.vlteil
By order '. H.I",
Astoria Building A Loan Association
fllllK RKOULAR MEKTINO.S OK THIS A8SO
X ciationave bold at 8 r. m. ou (he first
Wednesday ot each inoulli. Olllce ou (ieuevleve
strvet, suuui oi i.ueuaiiiiis.
W. L. ROBB.
RKOITI.AR MKETINC8, FIRST AND
thml Tuesday evenings of each mutitb
at K o'clock.
"Persons desiring to have matters acted upon
by the Coiinell, at any regular meetiiiR must
present the same tt the Auditor ami Clerk,
on or Defore the l-'nday eieuiug prior to the
Tuesday on which the Council holds its regulat
neetiug. K. OSBUKN.
Auditor and I'oiice Judge.
Board of Pilot CommUMoners.
TltK REOl'LAR MKETINflSOFtlHS BOARD,
will be held on the tint Monday, ofeaoh
Mionth at 10 a. m. at tho office of Rohb & Par
r. W. U KOUB.Seo
C. P. UPSHUR, -
SHIPPING ami COMMISSION
Astoria, - Oregon.
Ripans 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
d'ifliculty 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
One Dox (Six Vials) Seventy-five Cents.
One Package (Four Boxes) Two Dollars.
Ripans Tabules may be ob
tained of nearest druggist; or
by mail on receipt of price.
For free tample at1dret
RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.
PORTLAND AND ASTORIA.
Leaves Antorlft Every ovenlnp except Sntur-
Arrives at Astoria Every day except Sunday
mx'i p. m. ,
Leaves Portland Every nay except Bunday
Ht 7 a. m. 0. VV. STONK, A((ent, Astoria.
K. A. 8BBI.XY, Ucncral Aecnt, i'ortland Or.
Merchant Steamship Co.'s
Line, Connecting with
Can ad luu l'nolflo and Great Northern
Railway mid China HtoaniHlilp i.lno.
TakliiK frei(jlit and passenL'Prs for anconver
and Victoria 11. 0. and Seattle, facoma and ail
Ij-avluir Atturla ovcrv 10 dftvs.
For particulars apply at tlie ofllco Astoria
FliltOUSON B1U)3., AKClits,
HUGHES & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
Importers of All Brands of Foreign and Domes,
tie Wines. Lluuors and Clears.
J. H. Gutter Whiskies a specialty. Vai Blatz
HOttieu ueer. viuest urauusot uey wesiano
Lluuors for Medicinal Furrows.
Family Trade Solicited All orders froir fh
Otty aua oouutry prorvwy nuea.
tiquemoque Street, - - Astoria, Oregon
THE ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK
Acts as trustee for corporations and Individ
ualB. Deposits solicited
Interest, will be allowed ou savings deposits
On ordinary .savings h-iolts 4 per cent, per
On term savings bookd 6 per cent, per annum.
On certificates of deposit:
For threo months, 4 per cent, per annum.
For six months, & per cent, per annum.
For twelve months, 6 per cent, per annum.
I. W. CASE President
J. Q. A. BOWLBY Vice-President
FRANK PATTON Cashier
W. K. DEMENT -...Secretary
I. W. Case, ' J. Q. A. Bowlby, Gust Holmes,
C. H. Page, Bcni. Younit, A. S. Reed.
F. J. Taylor.
THE PORTLAND SAVINGS BANK
OF PORTLAND, OKBOON.
Paid up capital M fJ6O,0O0
Surplus and profits 60,000
DD1UL' lllTL-nU 1.. ..(,).... t
D. P. THOMPSON, Vice-President
H. C. 8TRATTON, Cashier
The Store of John G. ftfemi
Has been purchased by
Who are gnlug to close out the stock,
lulendlng piircliast-rn will do well to call
and fixamino too n and prices before -pureliaslng
elsewhere. They also have
a good watchmaker to do repairing.
Atlantic Beer Hall,
312 F.rst street, AstorU, Or.
PETE D0UREL, Proprietor.
Wines, - Liquors - and - Cigars.
r oncerl Every Evening.
.TPoard & Stokes
Dealers In Glassware, Crockery, Ship Supplies,
Tobacco, Wines and Fine Whiskies. Fine Teas
and Coffee a Specialty. The Fim st Display of
Knilts in tlie City, Fresh on Kvery Steamer.
Corner 01 iniru ana west tiiiniu streets.
Lime. Rrlck, Sand, Fire Ilriclt, Fire Clay.
VVUicm, xiiiii rr-u,iiu. Iiav, niraw.
Wood Delivered to Order.
Drarin, Teminr ud Kipresj Bnsiotsi,
Q. A. STINSON & CO..
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QUICK TIME TO
ALL P"N;S lit CALIFORNIA.
Via the Ht. Hhusta Route of the
Southern Pacific Tomp'y
Ths JO) ly :Route Through OaUforms ,n t
Points East and South
The Scenic Route or llio Pacific Coast.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
SECOND-CLASS ST.EEP1NW UA"RH
Attached to express trains, arfwdlnir siir-rloi
aceoiiimodations for seeond-Jai passiiKers
For rates, tickets, sleeping car reservnllon
etn., call upon or address R P. ROKKRS, AsHlst
ant (leneral Freight and Pitssene;cr Atsenti I'nriv
MILWAUKEE S ST. PAUL
CONNECTING WITH AM, TRAN'DNtiMf
Eloctrio Iiighted Cars
ST. PAUL and CHICAGO
OMAHA am CHICAGO.
The EXPRESS THA1NS coniitst of VE9T1
BULKU, Hf.KKPlNW, 1.IN1NO AND
HEATED BY STEAM
And furnished with every luxury known
modern railway travel.
For Speed, Comfort and Safely
this Line is unequaled.
Tickets on sale at all
For further information inouire of ar.v lii k
C. J. EDDY. General A?t.
J. W.CASKY.Trav. Pass. Airt.
Bon Ton Ton Restaurant in the Town '
(And the Finest on the Coast)
Dinner Parties, Banquets a Specialty
Tkt Flawt Wises ui Liqsors.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO.,
WIUIAM WILSON, Prop. .
FEED - AND - SALE - STABLE
General Express ami DiivirT Hntinms.
OfOee.lK Olney street Stables foot of West
Juutb st, Astoria. Teh phone Ho. 4k