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Portland, Or., Aug. 26.For Oregon
anil Wuahlngton: Continued fair
weuthnr; cooler with cloudiness In
woHlfin portions; nearly stationary
temperature In eaBtern portlonB.
Locul weather for the twenty-four
hours eii'llng at 6 p. tn., yesterday,
fiirnl' lu ll by the U. S. Department ol
A'leiiJiuro, weather bureau.
Muximum temperature, 82 degrees.
Minimum temperature, 64 degrees.
ivial precipitation tram. July .1st,
18'J3,lo date, 1.13 Inch.
Deficiency of precipitation from Ju
ly 1st, 1893, to dale, 1.07 Inch.
Benator Harris of Tennessee, whogej
remarks our telegiams this morning
notice, Is a nice old gentleman to talk
to Dan Voorhees about being a traltr.
Harris Is a man of largo ability, and
It Is a pity that ha should prove so fa
natical on the silver question. We sup
pose he must have a high and hot old
passion for repudlatlon.He knows
enough to know that free coinage of
silver would reduce the market value
of the metal, because It would make
our mints & facility to grab gold.
France (June has silver she would
send for our gold to the amount of
fiir whole gold supply. Harris, we pre
sume, believes the war debt and pen
sions pf the nation should bo settled
as in the Southern Confederacy. If lie
"abused Benator Voorhees, as reported,
he behaved in a style equally foolish
end malignant. When he declared
Voorhees a traitor because he had ac
cepted for those near him gifts of
patronage, the old Confederate war
horse of Tennessee meant to Intimi
date others. Voorhees has permitted
himself to see that the repeal of the
Hllver purchasing clause would lie In
the Interest of bimetallism. The rec
oids of the Latin Union contain proof
of this. The conduct of Senator Voor
hees is rational and commendable, and
the Inconsistency of it' is not extraor
dinary. Harris is hide-bound.
Mr. Gladstone applied closure to the
home rule bill yesterday. However, it
cannot be said that there has not been
sulllclent debate. The main question
Is ns well understood as It ever will be.
Great Britain knows at last what Mr.
Gladstone's home rule means. It Is,
1 ilmorlly, confidence In the Irish pi;o
pie as loyal British subjects. Neither
tlio Irish nor the Tories arc quite sat
li-lled with it; and, for that matter, the
Kngllsh are generally dissatisfied, save
so far as the llberullsts g(f the w"rk
liitftnen In polities, the socialists, and
thy extremists In favor of anything
that looks to a change, Appearances
tiro that Mr. Gladstone will get his bill
through th0 house; . that it will be
thrown out by the lords, and that when
the act goes to the country in the
bulk, Mr. Gladstone will bo defeated,
und end his surprising parliamentary
career. The Irish complain bitterly of
restrictions In tho bill, and tho English
that home rule means tho Irish will
govern tho empire.
To the Pole-star, or North star, must
be accorded the prize for being the
nvst enduring sitter for a picture yet
discovered by the photographic fra
ternity. This celestlnl celebrity was
photographed Wedncsdoy night by a
Cambridge, Mass., photographer, and
It took Just an hour to get a "natural
expression." No objection to the "sit
ter's" winking was made In fact It Is
probuble that no loss than forty winks
w.re Indulged In before tho process
was complete. That Is where a mere
mortal has the advantage of the North
Star, for the former has to endure the
ordeal but a second or two. Vet one
hour Is.sajd to be a short time for a
celestial sitter, as the subject has first
to be brought near by the aid of a
telescope. The negative was taken on
a glass plate a foot and a quarter in
slxe, and a twenty-four Inch lens was
Used, the largest ever brought to bear
on the heavenly bodies. The feat Is re
garded as an astronomical triumph.
Ber one for American progresslve
Murderer Relter Is already beginning
to find sympathizers. Who superficially
remark that "the poor young fellow
looks very Innocent." Thg Innocent
look they talk of is fur from being a
guarantee of Innocence. . Relter Is a
man who never In conversation with
anyone lifts his eyes. He has a cruel,
repuhdve forehead, and ' a head fi-om
which all the fullness of any iruod
characteristic t missing. He is not
a "tough" chanu-ter in the common ac
etri'Uiue of the term. Certainly nt a
man who would kill his Opponent In a
fair fight, but one who would never
dare tackle an enemy exoetrt. from be
hind. The tiger cat Is a fierce beast
but he springs from the front. The co
yote, that most cowardly animal that
ever walked,' and not the tiger cat, is
the terror of the WQods, though the
one looks murderous and the other
We haven't the honor of knowing the
lunatio that manoeuvres tho fortunes
of the Washington Independent, but
ho ought to be padlocked and run In
to a padded cell for the rest of his un
natural life. He has the most pitiful
case of swell-head we ever met with.
In his editorial columns this week l.e
makes a series of remarks. Here are a
"This paper averages more editorial
matter each Issue than the great dal
lies of tho big cities; and ours Is a
work of love and theirs Is well paid
for. The rule Is to give the soup to t''e
men. of this world who have a consul
ence in their work and the pay to
those who do the least and occupy
prominent positions In the eyes of the
people who worship glare, glitter and
Now then, what do you think of
"We feel It -a compliment to this
paper to note that a gentleman who
haa Just returned from Europe de
clares that these columns have uttered
more good sense and proper argument
op the finance question than even the
great papers of this country. The gen
tleman conversed with ail the leading
financiers of both continents while
away and his remarks are the more
gratifying on this account. We refer
to Mr. Bernard Cohn.who came in last
That settles it.
"All the financial Journals of the
country quote this paper on that sub
ject.. Thanks for the compliment." .
We are the people.
"Mr. President: Regard It not us
Impertinence for a democrat, who
loves his country more than any polit
ical party, to address you a short let
ter." Fancy Grover taking his eur awny
from the sizzle of tho brook and the
rush of the catfish to listen to this ass
and his ravings!
Before tho silver senators proceed
to blackguard everybody opposed to
their vagaries, they- should answer a
1. What Is the cost of the produc
tion of an ounce of pure silver?
2. Whut caused France to stop the
coinage of legal tender sliver at about
the time we commenced it, fifteen years
3. What nation Is there, or has t hero
been, during the last sixteen years,
that lias coined both money metals on
the same terms?
4. What Induced the silver monopo
lists to consent to a departure from
the ratio of 10 to 1, which, up to the
hour of ills abandonment, had been
held by all silver advocates to be sa
If it be true that under tho decision
of the Parisian arbitrators there Is
no protection of seal lire inmi marau
ders under the Hugs of nations not oi.
gaged in the arbitration, there should
be no time lost In addressing to all
friendly powers a circular proposing,
and ao the utmost that amicable re
lations will permit, co-operation In the
protection of the seals. The regulations
binding .upon Great Britain and the
United States should lie extended to
nil nations. ltuasuV we may be sure,
would Join us. With Rupsla, Great Brit
ain, and the United States agreed,
other powers would enter Into a con
vention to refuse tho use of their flags
to privateers putting out to prey on
Tho Rev. a. V". Chambers says of
Seattle, that It, "approaches the near
est to hell of any place I was ever In."
The gentleman has been In the
place he mentions, then, has he? Or
does he mean simply that he never
got any nearer to it than Seattle? The
remark Is capable of elucidation.
That Allcock's Porous Tlasters are
th hlirh,.t rcdiilt of medical science
and skill, and in ingredients and meth
od have never been equalled.
That they aro the original ana genu
ine porous plasters, upon whose repu
tation Imitators trade.
That Allcock's Porous Plasters never
fail to perform their remedial work
quickly and effectually.
That this fact aliesieu oy mous-
nnds of voluntary snd unlmpeaciiaiue
k'stimonluls from grateful patients.
. . . i. i... i.
mat ior rneuiiiaiisiit,
sciatica, lung trouble, kidney, disease,
dyspepsia, miliaria, and all local pains,
they are invaluable.
That when you buy Allcock's Porous
Plasters you absolutely obtain the best
plasters made. .
A hurt Cur lor I'llea.
Tt,.hlitr Pllea i.e know by moisture
iii,a nr-tiilrniiim. rauslnit intense itching
t lien warm. This form, a well as IMnd.
Mltnwtliiif or rolrudliig, yield at once to
nr. liiMumko's l'lla Remedy, which acts
directly on the parts anVcted, absorbs
tumors, allovs Itching and effects a
IM-rmHiient cure. We. Iwumrtst or mall.
I'irculani free. Dr. UosanUo. 2 Arch
olivet, lhlU.Mphl.. la. Hold by J. ,W.
OUR RAPID TRANSITORY EXIST
Is brief enough without our shortening
It by seeking medical aid, when we are
somewhat unwell, from sources wnere
It is on v obtainable at great risk
Even If the old doctrine were true that
violent diseases require violent reme
ules, It does not follow that drastic
purgatives, narcotics, powerful "seda
tives of the nervous system are ac
vlsable In cas? where slight disord
ers manifestly call for the use of mild
er means of recovering, involving no
subsequent danger, but equally effi
cient, llostetter's Stomach Bitters not
only relieves, but ultimately and com
pletely relieves disorders of te stom
nch, liver, bowels, and nerves. It is a
genuino tonic, liealtifully stimulates
the kidneys, Is a thorough alterativo,
and a most effectual preventive of
chills and fever and bilious remittent.
The utmost confidence can be reposed
In the purity and safety of its medi
LAND OFFICE NOTICE.
United Slates Land Office, Oregon
City, Or., August 8th, 1893. Notice is
hereby given that the Township plat
of Burvey of T. 4 N., 6 W has been re
ceived at this office, and on September
39, 1893, at 9 o clock a. m., of said day,
said plat will be filed in this office and
the land therein will be subject to en
try on and after said date.
ROBERT A. MILLER,
il i Register,
United States Land Office.
Oregon City, Oregon.
August 2, 1893.
Notice is hereby given that the plat
of survey of T 4 N, R 7 W has this
day been received at this ofllc and on
September 12, 1893 at 9 o'clock a. m., of
Bald day, said plat will be filed in this
office and the land therein will be sub
ject to" entry on and after said date.
J. T. APPERSON,
PETER PAQUET, Receiver.
We deslro to say to our citizens, that
for years we have been selling Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Dr.
King's New Life 1'llls, Uucklen's Arnica
Salve and Electric Bitters, artd have nev
er handled remedies that sell as well, or
that have fciven such universal satisfac
tion. We do not hesitate to guarantee
them every time, and we stand ready to
refund the purchase price, If satisfactory
results do not follow their use. These
remedies have won their great popular
ity purely on their merits. Sold by Chas.
A CHANCE FOR HARD TIMES.
J. W. Crow Is now prepared to sell
the handsomest grades of Wall Paper
In the city at the lowest ruling prices,
and guarantees good goods. Give him
a call before buying elsewhere., Note
the address 637 Third street.
Don't go to Portland to buy your
tickets for the "Old country" and the
East when you can get them for the
same price at tho Union Pacific office
in this city, and thereby save your lo
cal fare to Portland.
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. Ofilo hours, 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to
5 p. ni.. Office rooms 18 and 19, Hotel
Tatronlzo the Northern Pacific rul'.road
If you are going East. 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 same as from Portland.
If you have friends In Europe whose
passage yon wish to prepay to Astoria,
call at the Northern Pacific otllee.Hteumer
Telephone dock, and niako known your
wants. Reduced rates via nil the lead
ing steamship lines.
Hundley & Hann, iw first street, Port
land, have on sale the Dally Astcrliiu,
so that visitors need not miss their
morning paper when they are here.
What is It?
A substitute for lard?
Upsetting the customs, hab
its, and prejudices of cen
turies? Yes, all this and
more. Cottolene is a new
cooking product it is bet
ter than lard or butter for
cooking, so say such noted
Christine Terhune Herriok,
Emma P. Ewlng,
Mrs. S. T. Borer,
Mrs. F. A. Benson,
Margaret W later,
and many others;' it is
healthier so says every
thoughtful physician; and it
is cheaper as every house
keeper knows when shs
finds that one-half the quan
tity answers every purpose.'
is the purest clarified cot
tonseed oil mixed with pure
beef fat. It is the for cook
ing material ever devised
for frying anything and
everything easily digested
and highly nutritious.
Beware of imitations. Ask your
grocer for the genuine Cottolene.
N. K. FAIRBANK& CO
ST. LOUIS and
CHICAGO, NCW YORK. BOSTON.
.V yr-" .inn (,11ifr.
GRAND MOTH EH'S ADVICE.
In raialnffa ffcmSI dt i1nrhilSrl,my only
pay fvMT Lortu OoHi ft.1 twup wj onion ymn.
It Mjiutt c iiwcitvp to-dv j It wab forty ytmr
Mix J.w vy tr.uuWhilavn. taha lr. Gumi1
tt lort Byrup which UfUrvJtl rf'lvuoU and mor
rr by J. W. Conn, Irjst-
he assisted to
tk'M of the blood.
Nothing does it
bo well, so safely
or so promptly as
itmi n n a a a
LS.-B HAD NO CHARMS.
F"f thrffo years I w.n troulJcd with mahrfal poison,
r.hkh caused my appetite to fail, and I wan greatly re
. "lfn ik"n, and Jiielnitall us charms. 1 inl hut
n.'.l a id piiaih renfili'';, lut tinoefie.r, 1 could ffet
i li f. I then trie) IJirSSil A f.;w bottlttof tint
: l. itiil irnrdkhie PejypufJlmatl a compile
t ; mianrrit cure. tfntrJ.., iwjft nd I now eiuy
i Ualth than cvet. J. A. K1CE, Ottawa, Kan. .
if": nn IHooJ and Skin Diseases rolled free.
J, ?T GPSCPtO CO., ATLANTA, GA,
A New Remedy
A true Specific a positive nnd permanent elimination
of all poison from the blood, and a restoration of healthy
vigor to the tissues is offered to sufferers 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 Hpevllio
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 arid other poisons.
'his remedy will cure you in 30 to go days without fail.
We guuruutee u cure or refund the money
MOFFAT CHEMfCAL CO.,
To Flint Street PORTLAND, )
DR' Wim?UNEANO StIUOEON,
Ollloe at Occident Hotel, Astoria, Oregon.
DR' Wl'l?Y.SuflAN,ANl) BUKGKON.
0"1pp over store of J. B. Wyott, Soeond Btrcct
otllee, Booms 7 mid 8. KlDiiey'i building.
. a U i II "!'!. It OP ACCOUNTS nnd
Okkiob : With General Messenger Co,, 61r
J. Aft?!sfi?rE BROKE It.
Notary Publ c. I''iriuud Accident Insurance,
A A. CLEVELAND, . .
Otllee-Kinney's new briek building, corner
imm iiiu iteuevtevu iiueeu , up aium,
IBANK J. TAYLOR,
Al TORXEY AAU 0liCEL0Ii AT LAW
OllU-e on Second Street,
TOHM H. SMI'M, . ,
J atiuknkv'at law.
Ottlco In Kinney's new brick building, over
Asiona JNauonai u;wk,
JtHAI, ESTATE AND IN8UKAKCB AGENT
Olilce 112 Ileuton street, Astoria, Oregou.
A. L, and J. A. FULTON.
Murgery by , r. J. A.
tU)co UU iJ.iu .strdiil.
Hour 10 to 12 and 1 to 4
DR. EILIV JANSON.
filVSlGlAN & SUlKiHON. It OM 7
oiliceovcr Osgood's Clothing Store, hours, 10 to
1 ui, 2 io 0 it, in, i ui s in. suiiaay, iu 10 11 in
DR. O, B. ESTES,
l'ltV.SIClAN AND SDRGEON.
Special attention to Diseases ot Women and
ssurgery. uitico over uan.iger s more Astoria.
TAY T UTTLE M.D..
) 1'IIYSICIAN, fSCKUUOiN & ACC0UCHKUK.
Olilce, rooms 8. 4 over Astoria NatlonalBank.
.hours, It) to 12 & 'I t5 Residence. C39 Cedar at.
DR. WALTER I. HOWARD.
Kcott. Olliee. 4"il. Tlilrd slrdet. Hours 10 to 12
Jtiul2 to 4, Sunday 1 to 3. itosldeiico -ItlsM street
r P. MULLINIX. M. D..
A J. (iives special iicatiiieut for Catarrh,
niroai Lungs, Kuiiiey (ieuito-Urinary uruans
DillceupslaiiskSllg third Sc. Hour,!) u.m,! p.m.
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON,
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries
:&7 Recond St reel, Astoria.
W. T. IIUUNKV, J. W. DltAl'Kli
Huriwy & Draper.
Uregou City, Oregon,
Twelve wars' exnerlcnce as reirisler of th
Il S. Land Uitice here, recommends ns in our
Heoiiilty ol Alining and all ot her business be-
iire uw i.aiui imtce or the courts, ana invoiv
tu Umi practice ol the (leueral Land Olilce.
IROCKENBROUCH & COWING.
LAW OKF1CK, OREGON CITY, Oil.
Npoeial attention given to land business. Set
tlers on lioiiiesteals or pre-emption clulun and
limber laud purchase!) shown "every advantage
of the law. For assistance in making llual
lrooi call on us.
Astoria L..ilge No. 00, A. O. U. W.
KETit KVERY Flit I) A V iVKXIXrt AT
111 n o Chick In llio (lu 1 rellows Hall. Ao-
Jomniug and visiting hrethron eordinllv iu
vitcd. J.T. KOtiKKS, Ueco'.der.
Uoauatnuvtan Benevolent. Socisty.
CV at their rooms iu rjtlitan bu!l hiiRal eight
u,Ks r uu me aecotiii aimi i.urii, lues
dayi of each oniuth,
AUG. llAMKI.su' Secretary.
Ocean Kncamptue'.t No. 13, 1, o. O. F
IJE;iTLAK MEETINGS OK OCEAN KN-
campment No. 13. 1. O. O. F., at the IxKlge.
In the Odd I'ellows Rulldluv, at seven p. m
on the second and fourth Momlnvs nf eacli
mouth, Sojourning brethren eordUiily li.vlted,
Astoria Bulldiug & Iioau Association
rilHE RKGCI.AU MEETINGS OF THIS ASSih
M. elation are held at 8 r. m. ou the first
Wednesday of each month. Office ou Geuevleve
sirwv, seuiu oi Luenamus.
W. U KOBB,
IJKifllLAR MSKTINCS, FIRST AND
I third Tuesday evenings of each mouth
at 8 o'clock.
-tVrins deshing to have matters act ed upon
by the Council, nl avy rtYir meet'ng must
present the sanm to Hie Auditor and Clerk,
ou or before the Kriday erening prior to the
Tuwday ou which the Council Nl3slt. nurular
meeuug. K. OSBCRN,
Auditor and Police Judge.
BottrsI or Vllot Commlcniuners.
THE REGl'LAR VEETIXGS OK THIS BOARD,
willle held on the first Mon.Uv, otesoh
month at 10 a. to. at the ollire of Kn'bb & Par
er. W. L. KOBB, 8oc
C. P. UPSHUR,
SHHTJNG and 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
difficulty 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) Seventy-five Cents.
One Package (Four Boxes) 1 wo Dollars.
Ripans Tabules may be ob
tained of nearest druggist; or
by mail on receipt of price.
For free sample addreti
RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.
PORTLAND AND ASTORIA.
Leaves Astoria Every evening except Satur
day at 7 p. in.
Arrives at Astoria Every day except Sunday
at 2 p. in.
Leaves Portland Every nay except Sunday
at 7 a. m. C. W. STONE, Agent, Astoria.
K. A. BEir.tY, General Agent, Portland Or.
Merchant Steamship Co.'s
Line, Connecting with
Canadian Pacific nnd Great Northern
Hallway and China Steamship Line.
Taking freight and passengers 'for Vancouver
and victoria 11 c ana Seattle, lacoma aim uu
InMne Attoria everv 10 days.
For particulars apply at the olilce Astoria
Abstract T, si r. vn.
FERGUSON BROS., Agents,
HUGHES & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
Importers of All brands of Foreign and Domes,
tin Wines. Llouora and Clirars.
J. M. Cutter Whiskies a specialty. Vai Blata
Bottled lioer. Finest oranaaoi Key west ana
Manors for Medicinal Purposes.
Family Trade Solicited. All ordors from the
City and Couutry proinrsiy Ailed.
Bquenioque Street, - - - Astoria. OreROu
THE ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK
Acts as trnstee'for corporations and Individ
n ills. Denoslts solicited
Interest will be allowod on savings deposits
Ou ordinary savings bioks 4 per cent per
On term savings books 6 per cent, per annum
uu certincates oi ueposit:
For thrco months, 4 per cent, per annum.
For six months, 6 per cent, per milium.
For twelve months, C per cent, pur annum.
I. W. CASE President
J. Q. A. HOWLHY Vice-President
FRANK PATTON , Cashier
W. E. DKMENT Secretary
I. W. Case, J. Q. A, Bowlby, (lust. Holmes,
0. H.Paee, Henj. Young, A. 8. Reed.
THE PORTLAND SAVINGS BANK
Or PORTLAND, OKKUON.
Paid np capital -200,000
Surplus aud profits CO.000
D. P. THOMPSON, Vlce-Presldont
H. C. 8TRATTON, Casblor
The Store of John G. Niemi
Has been purchased by
Who are going to close out tho stock.
Intending purchastn will do well to call
and examine goo s anil prices before
purclasl'ig elsewhere. They also have
a good watchmaker to do repairing.
Atlantic Beer Hall,
Hi First street, AstorU, Or.
PETE . DOUREL, Proprietor.
Wines, - Liquors - and - Cigars.
r oncert Every Evening.
Foard & Stokes
Dealer In Glassware, Crockery, Ship Supplier,
Tobaeeo. Wines and Fine Whiskies. Flue Teas
and Colfee a Specialty. The Finest Display 0f
Fruits iu the City, Fresh on Hvery Steamer.
Corner of Third aim west Kigutu Streets.
H. B. PARKER
Ume, Brick, Sand. Fire Brick. Fire Clay,
Crnient, Mill feea.uaw. nay. Mtraw
WiknI Delivered to Order.
Drtfing, Tnmiojc ui Exprtsi Businej.
0. A. STUfSON & CO.,
Shin and Cannerr work. IIarbuwiir w...
oi. ..J rjirl. t,o 1 work guaiamerd
Ou i3s strt ei. opposite tne . m Talk oihce
QUICK TIME TO
ALL Pn,MlS IN CALIFORNIA.
Via the Mt. Shasta Route of the
Southern Pacific Comp'y
Th Q ly ;itoul Thiongh Cf.lifornis to a
Pointi East tod South
The Scenic Route or Hie hek Coast
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
NKCOND-CLASS SLKKPING CAltS
Attached to express trains, iitloiding superior
accoininodations for second-class passengers.
For rates, ticket!, sleeping car reservations,
etc., call upon or address K. P. KOHKItS, Assist
ant Heueral Freight and Pansenger Agent, Port
MILWAUKEE I ST. PAUL
CONNECTING WITH AM, TIJANSC0NT1N
Electric Lighted Cars.
ST. PAUL and CHICAGO
OMAHA art) CHICAGO.
The EXPRESS THAI Nil consist of VESTI
BULE!), Sl.EKl'lM., MN1NO AND
I' A It 1.0 K CAIth,
HEATED BY STEAM
And furnished with every luxury known
modern rail way travel.
For Speed, Comfort and Saletj
this Line is Unequaled
Tickets on stilo at nil prominent rail
For further Information inquire of any lick
C. J. EDDY, General Afft.
J. W. CASKV. Trav. Puss. Art.
Bon Ton Ton Restaurant in the Town
(And the Finest on the Coast.)
Dinner Parties, Banquets a Specialt,
Th Finest Wines and Liquors.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO.
WILLIAM WILSON. Prop.
FEED AND SALE - STABLE
General Express and Delivery Haziness.
Office tlBOlney street. Staliles foot of W.st;
Ninth st. Astoria. Teh plume No. 44.
Kopp's- Beer - Halt
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
KENTUCKY - WHISKEY.
Only handed over the lmr. Tho lnnrest
class of N. P. Beer. Half and half,l.,c.
1'ree lunch, "
ERICKSOX & WIKKAL A, Prs.
Cor. Concoinly and lafaj ettc Sts.
North Pacific Brewery
JOHN KOPP, Proprietor.
Bohemian - Lager - lieer
And XX Porter.
All orders promptly attended to.