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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1893)
iitIS DAILY ABTOllJLAN ASTOillA BlKDAV ilOHNltffcr. SEPTEMBER 3, 18i3.
I tinea Dy Carrier, per week
feat by Mall, per month -
1 eui uy JuaU, per Vear
i tui hy titli, per year, $2 00 In advaucc,
Kr-td postage to nubscriucra.
1 ,.U(1U IMIuMlllDUII tn Ita ,ulvt.rtlatr4
t ii 'largest circulation of any uewapaper puh-
t-(M ull tut) uuiuiuuiu IMTOI
ABOUT THE RAILROAD.
The railroad situation In this city
Mill in a deep fog. Our remarks the
other day concerning Mr. Remington
. and his acts did not meet with the ap
proval of several people interested,
iho have asked us since that time to
give Hemlngton a chance to make his
promises good, and to wait anyhow un
til the time of Ms extension expire?
teforj we criticize him further. This
we will do, but those who Imagine that
Mr. Remington's movements with re
gard to a probable Astoria railroad
are simply prlvato business, which the
general public have no right to know
anything about, are laboring under a
delusion. The matter has got beyond
t private circle and should be treated
l.y the press accordingly. We will
wait therefore until the ninety day
limit, not because the subject is one
we should not probe, but ! because It
r.coms reasonable and fair to give Mr.
HJumlngton a chance to make his prom
ises good. Colonel Pat Donnn with his
usual Impetuosity yesterday called a
n.eetlng of the citizens, with the ob
ject of showing them, as nearly as we
tan discover, what fools they made of
themselves a year ago. How this ex
planation can help us out at the pres
ent time does not seem qulto clear,
1ut the, Colonel, though an erratic me
teor, means well and we must not dive
loo deep Into his reasons. He Hew oft
twain to New York last night with a
Mk bundle of cipher cablegrams in his
The genius who pilots the Washing
ton Independent of whom we had oc-
ttslon to speak last week Is again to
the fore with nil flags Hying. We are
Indeed sorry to see that he has not yet
1een placid in a pnddod cell. As muni,
Jie has the attack In the editorial col
umns. Hero it is:
"This paper Is always to the front
v:th the cream of the news and the
best Ideas floating, through the most
active brain of the world. There is no
Htale editorial of tyros and street scav
engers found in these columns. That Is
the reason that all men of Intelligence
cmd brain force read this paper. Its
high Htandurd shall be maintained if
llio times portend distress and bring
ill re calamity. If bread fall, the Intel
lent 'must be fed."
ALONG THE WHARVES.
When the British ship Durbrldge
lift England last year for Australia,
he was In command of Captain IX.
Little, who Is well known here, having
Win here as second mate, mate, ami
captain of a number of BrltlHh ves
nels. After the Darbrldgo discharged
h,?r cargo she loaded a cargo of coal
ut Newcastle, N. 8. V for this port.
While sho was lying there a cablegram
v.is received in this city stating that
Captain Little hud committed suicide
by shooting himself in the cabin. Af
terward news was received that he was
Intoxicated at the time. This was not
believed by his many Mends in this
city, by whom ho was known as a
most abstemious mun. After Captain
Little's death Chief Officer Hiidgoninn
took command of the Durbrldge, which
-in-rived here on December 13th, last.
rhe sailed hence on March 7th, for Llv
f roool, arriving out on July 26th, after
h passage of 141 daj'3. From a private
letter received from Liverpool It la
learned that acting1 on advices re
ceived from New South Wales police
oflU-lnls, tho police of Liverpool have
nrrestcd Captain Urldgeman and the
steward of the Durbrldge and charged
them with tho crime of murdering
Captain Little, Commercial News.
The British ship Dunsyre, Captain
Ounson, 184 days from Hull via South
Hhlelds ISO days, with general mer
chandise, has arrived at San Francisco,
In latltudo 41 south, longitude 60 west,
rhe encountered a fierce hurricane
from the northeast which carried away
the lower main-topsail and mlzzen
ntnynall, leaving the ship under bare
jH)les. A frightfully confused sea car
ried away several of the bulwark stan
chions and did various other damage.
The entire voyagw on the Atlantic side
was tcmptMtuous. On June Sd, the Dun
pyre passed an enormous leoberg in
latitude 55 south, longitude 79 west
Last Monday, Nils Ntlson, a Norwe
gian sailor, died of consumption and
was burled the next day.
The British ship Dumfertlne went In
to the Union Iron Works dry dock at
fcnn Francisco, Wednesday, and will
lx? followed there by tho Argo. The
hlp Anaurus goes Into Hunter's Point
lock today. These vessels have been
lying ut Mtrtlne, for some time and
need cleaning. They were chartered
last week and will load grain as soon
fca they come off the dry dock.
The new outer wharf at Victoria, B.
C, U about completed, and is the must
pubctantlai and commodious wharf on
the Pacific coant, suj-s the West Const
rrrU li tuiSt by Ii:. P .Ruh-
et & Co., at a cost of $300,000, and is
210 feet in width and 1,400 feet long,
having occupied nearly ten years in
building. The face Is of solid masonry,
and 130,000 tons of rock were used In
the north and west dump walls. It con
tains a warehouse 60x600 feet in size,
and will accommodate five or six large
ships besides smaller craft. That Is the
kind of a wharf to build, and the ex
ample set might be followed with profit
by our harbor commissioners. From
the revenues At their command, by
building for all time, it would be a
question of but a few years when San
Francisco would have a series of
wharves that would be of permanent
value instead of rickety, teredo-eaten
structures that need constant renewal.
Even the seawall gets washed away
In places whenever a good winter
fctorm occurs. In the course of a cen
tury or two San Franciscans will be
educated up to the point that what Is
worth doing is worth doing well.
The rjport that the British ship Yeo
man had been spoken off Cape Flattery
was a mistake. A loaded tea ship for
Vancouver was mistaken for the one
Captain George E. Benson has be
come master of the steamer Skagit
Chief, vice Captain O. W. Barlow, the
change having been made on account
of sickness in the latter's family.
The steamer Chehalls will hereafter
burn coal Instead of wood. .
The American Yacht Club squadron
consists of seventy-two vessels. Of
these thirty-four are steam yachts
ranging In size from Geo. Vanderbllt's
big Atlanta 248 feet In length to the
tlnv Madge, owned by Charles Ward,
30 feet In length. Twenty-two sailing
yachts range from the 113-foot schoon
er, Intrepid, to the 10-foot catrlg Zel
Ua, and sixteen naptha launches range
from 40 to 25 feet.
The steamer Clira Brown is having
her boilers repaired In Tacoma.
Tho steamer South Const Is duo here
on Tuesday night from California.
The Mendell will be laid off Monday
,,i thoroughly overhauled.
The Harrison came In from Tilla
Tho Maid of Oregon left out for
Shoalwater Bay at 11 a.,m. yesterday.
The Manzanlta came In from a coast
buoying trip yesterday morning.
FOUND THEM THE BEST.
This is to certify that I have used
Kr.iusc's Headache Capsules periodi
cally for over a year, and have very
much pleasure lr. stating thnt they
have always ni-oveu very uenenctni anu
I'.ave relieved mo in from ten to ilftecn
minutes. I have been a stmerer from
headache for many years, and have
never found anything to do me as
much good as Krause s Headache cap
sides. Your Truly,
231 Poplnr St., Wichita, Kan.
For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria,
Or., solo agent.
E. W. Kuykendall, the leading under
taker, having completed arrangements
to purchase goods direct from the fac
tories, regardless of middle men, has
made a great reduction In the cost of
$ 6.00 Collins reduced to ? 3.00
8.00 Collins reduced to 6.00
25.00 Collins reduced to 18.00
36.00 Conins or casuets 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 CnsMs reduced to.... 60.00
125.00 Caskets reduced to .... 75.00
SPECIAL CASH DISCOUNTS.
Welch Block, 718 Water St., Astoria,
This week's entertainment at Ut
Elnger's popular Cosmopolitan Theater
Is dcoldedly the best ever wltneBBed in
this city, and is nightly drawing Im
mense houses. The comedy, "Trouble
some Pete;" the farce, "Tit for Tat,"
and an unequalled specialty perform
ance: combino to make the program
me that cannot be excelled. Don't miss
the opportunity of a good night's
SCIENTISTS MAY DIFFER.
As to the cause of rheumatism, but
thure Is no difference of opinion among
them, as to tho danger which attends
It, the symptoms by which it mani
fests itself, and tho dllllculty of dis
lodging It In Its chronic stage. Several
mineral and vegetable poisons are pre
scribed for it, but nono of these have
been shown by experience to possess
tho same elllcm-y ns Hostetter's Stom
oeh bitters. This benign specific de
purates tho blood by promoting vigor
ous action of tho kidneys, willed strain
from the blood as it passes through
the rheumatic virus when it exists In
the system. Physicians of eminence
testify to the value of the bitters in
rheumatism, and the professional opin
ions regarding it are borne out and
corroborated by popular evidence. The
litlters remedy chills and fever, liver
Ws authorize our advertised drusrclst
to sll Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Oouuhs, and Colds, upon this
condition. If you are afflicted with n
t'otiKh, Cold, or any Lung, Throat or
ChoHt trouble, and will use this remedy
as directed, rIvIiik it a fair trial, and ex
perience no benefit, you mny return the
nnltli. nnil hnva vnut mmiv rofundtHl.
Ve could not nuike this offer did we
not know Mint Dr. King s New Discovery
could be relied on. It never disappoints.
Trlul bottles free at Chns. Rogers' Drug
Store. Large alia 60 els. aim J1.00
i J These tiny Capsules nro8tti5rIor
to Balsam of Copaiba,
Ctibeba ami Injoctlons. f f
They euro iu 48 houra tho V J
aaniQ diseases without anyincon-
liTenlcnce. SOLD BYALLDRUGCHSTS'
A Sure Cure tor Tile.
Itehlwr riles a.e known by moisture
nkn perspiration, causing Intense Itching
h.-n warm. This form, as well as ltllnd,
hirudin or Protruding, yield nt once to
lr. ltoaanko'a I'll lifcmedy, which acts
directly on the parts affected. absorbs
tumors, allays Itching and effects
iwrmnnent euro. 6oc. Druggist or limit
Circular fit-, Dr. fiosanko, S3 Arch
tiwi, I'hlladtftphla. Pa. Sold by 1. W.
i ... ii
As the tunic came-tcTbe worn tight
and cltse-fittlng, an Important change
occurred in its general cut. It is hard
to get into a tight tunic, unless it be
very clastic, harder yet to struggle
cut of it. To facilitate these processes
it had always been necessary, when
the tunic wus high In the neck, to cut
it open for a little way down the front,
and to fasten together the opening
thus made with buttons. But when tu
nics came to be worn very tight, about
tnc time of the Renaissance, the open
ing v.us extended to the very bottom
of tho tunic. After a while it became
the fashion to leave the tight outer
tunic altogether unbuttoned, except In
cold weather. Thus the garment which
hud bc-cn worn from the very earliest
time-si, and called by a hundred differ
ent, names, such as chiton, tunica,
cotte, without any change of general
character, suffered its first essential
modification, and became the modern
coat. The same garment when it is
Bhort is the jacket, when short and
BlccveleHS, . tho walstccat. From
Clothes, Historically Considered," by
Edward J. Lowell, in September Scrib-
OUR RAPID "TRANSITORY EXIST
Is brief enough without our shortening
It by seeking medical aid, when we are
somewhat unwell, from sources where
It Is only obtainable at great risk.
Even If tho old doctrine were true that
violent diseases require violent reme
uies, It does not follow that drastic
purgatives, narcotics, powerful "seda
tives" of tho nervous system are ad
visable In cos? where slight disord
ers manifestly call for the use of mild
er means of recovering, involving no
subsequent danger, but equally eill
cient. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters not
only relieves, but ultimately and com
pletely relieves disorders of the stom
ach, liver, bowels, and nerves. It is a
genuine tonic, healthfully stimulates
the kidneys, Is a thorough alterative,
and a most effectual preventive of
chills and fever and bilious remittent.
The utmost conHdence can be reposed
in the purity and safety of its medi
Patronize the Northern Pacific railroad
If you ure going East. Low rateB 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 you wish to prepay to Astoria,
call at tho Northern Taclllc ofllce.Bteamer
Telephone dock, and make known your
wants. Reduced rates via all tho lead
ing steamship lines.
Ilandley & ' lia.-u iw " FirstTitrcet, Port
land, have on sale the Dally Astorlan,
so that visitors need not mlBS their
morning paper when they are here.
MRS. DR. M. B. 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. Offlo hours, 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to
6 p. m.. Office rooms 18 and 19, Hotel
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind cholic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five
cents a bottle. Sold by all drug
gists throughout the world.
"The World Moves."
There is nobcttcr illustra
tion of this old saying than
the numerous schools now-a-days
devoted to practical
kitchen processes. These
schools have been alert to
find a reasonable substitute
want has been fully met by
the new vegetable Lard.
When science strikes the
kitchen, it strikes home and
everybody- gets the benefit.
Cottolene is a clean, deli
cate and economical substi
tute for Lard cleaner than
the hog, delicate as the fin
est vegetable oil, economi
cal from its low price and
small quantity required, to
be used. Prove it for your
self by a trial.
At grocers everywhere.
N.K. FAIRBANKS CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
CHICAGO, NEW YORK, BOSTON.
I FOR COUGHS,
A REMEDY FOR CHILDREN.
When ohtld t homa, molliir md me take a K
poonfiil of oniou yrup at niiiht, the noxt moraine
my cough ra (rone. For Croup It had no eouel.
Mv cniUlrOTv mwM upon havlim Dr. Ounnl Onton
Syrup ivhioh l errHdy vrv-pftrrd, more pleaMnl
and lUioul Uato ur aiucU ol tUe ouiotu. Sold at OOo.
For salo by J. W. Conn, DruggioL
Unrklen'i arnica Siilve.
The best salve in the world 'foi cuts,
hrulKes, sores, plcers. salt rheum, fevr
aurvs, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and nil skin eruptions, and positive
ly cures piles, or no iay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded, l'rlce & cents
per box. Kor snle by Chas. Rogers, suc
cessor to JC.lement-
TJse 7.lnfandol wine Intesd of eofTee or
tea. W cents per Imllon. Dont 'onret
i'caoh ami apricot brandy, also French
Cesnsc and wine at Alex. Gilbert's,
JIr. K.J. Rowell, Meilforrt, Man., avs her
mo'liur has Ixtencnreilof SiTofula l.v (ln' iisoof
four bottles of ffJS! aftcr having had
muchotlu r tro M'fe-Ji' 'ient,autl lielng
reduced to ij ", -' to a low cumlitiun
of lie.-.i'-l), m n was thought she could not live.
tfJi!rZ ""'"! 'y little boy of hereditary
'forfM Sci'jful.t, which appeared all .vnr
li i 4 fauo. For a ycarl had rbcti
n nuio oi ma iBrnvnry, wneti nriany I was
A ff.u l,fiMla
no symptoms of
Mil.!. T. I..MATIIKKS,
on Bloo I and Skin DlvrasM mailed free.
SWIl'T St'KCItMC Co.. Atlanta, Ca
A New Remedy
A true Specific a positive and permanent elimination
of nil 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 U a True Spec. flu
tor Syphilitic poison and all blood diseases. Do you be
lieve it ? 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.
We guarantee a cure or refund the money.
MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO.,
'0 Flrat Street . POltTLAND, )
I E. LaFORCE
J . IJISNTIST.
l'lavel Building, opposite- Occident Hotel.
DR' WJIlTsiOUNEA BUBGKON,
Olllco at Occident Hotel, Astoria, Oregon.
DR. W. C. BFLT,
I'll VSIC1 A.N AND SUUGEON,
OITio over store of J, 11. Wyutt, Second street
Rooms 't 4, 5 and U, Odd fellows' building,
M. LAFORCE ,
A'lTOKNKY AT IAW.
Olllt-e, ltooma 7 anil 8, Kinney's building. .
. AO.lU-.lKlt OP ACCOUNT and
l'HO mSIO N A 1, HJOKK K EPK R.
. OKi'iiiR : Willi (ieneral Messenger Co,, 615
I H. MAMSELL.
J. KftAl, KSIAI'H HliOKKI!.
notary J'ulil c. l''ire and Aceideul Insurance,
A A. CLEVELAND,
A.. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Olllce-Kluney's new bn:k building, corner
Third and Uenevleve streets j up stairs. -
tfftANK. J. TAYLOR,
A1T0MEY m I'OIIMIM AT LAW
oflliie on Second Street, - Astoria, Or.
JOHN H. SMI'H,
O ATl'OltNEV AT LAW.
Olllce In Kinney's new bili-k building, over
Astoria National liank,
REAL K3TATE AND INSURANCE AliENT
olUue 112 Ueuton street, A.stona, Oregon.
DR?. A. L. arid J. A. PULTON.
MSKAtiliS UK WOMEN A .-SPECIALTY,
surgery by r. J. A. Fultou.
Olllce 178 Cass street. llour 10 to 12 and 1 to 4
DR. EILIV JANSON.
I'llYSIOlAN & HUlUiKON. il lOM 7.
Ollieeover Osgood's Clotlilng Store, hours, 10 to
li) in, 'i to 5 p, in, 7 to 8 p in. Sunday, 10 lo 11 in.
DR" l,nv'sUAA,NI) HUUUKON.
Special attention to Diseases ol Women and
Surgery. Olllce over Daiiziger'a store Astoria.
J I'll YslOl AN, sUllliKoN 4 ACCOUCHEUR.
Olllce, rooms 3, 1 over Astoria National Hank,
hours, 10 to 12 & il W5 Residence. 6,19 Cedar si.
DR. WALTER I. HOWARD.
llUUiK H'A I'lllO I'HYSIGlAN & SUR
grton, Ollieu, 4 1. rulrd si r jhi. Huura 10 to 12
audi tu.4, Sunday 1 to 2. Residence 468 3d s:reel
r P. MULLINIX, M. D..
Li, (lives special iieaiuient for Caiarrli,
1 lno.il Lungs, Kidney OtMiilo-lirluary urgaus
Olllce tipstairs.ifcil1 i I'uird Si, Hours,!) a.m.u p.m.
rilYSlCIAN AND SURGEON,
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries
3J7 Second Street,- Astoria.
W. T. BUKNKV,
J. W. PHAfKB
Burney & Draper.
Oregon City, Oregon.
Twelve years' experience as register of th
U. S. Itud oillee litre, recommends us lu our
BiM'cinlty of Mining and all oilier business lie
lore the Land olllce or the Courts, and involv
ing ilia practice ol the General Laud Olllce,
jROCKENBROUCH A COWING.
LAW OFr'ICE, OREGON CITY', OR.
Special attention given to land business. Set
tlers on liomestea ls or pre-emption claims and
limber laud purchases siiowu every advantage
of Hie law. b'or assistance in making final
proof call on us.
. Astoria L..ilse No. 110, A. O. V. IV.
TlfKETS EVERY FRIDAY' hVENlSO AT
11 8 o'clock In the Odd K. Hows' Hall. So
journing aud ylsltiug brethren cordlailr in
vited, J.T. ROtiEKS, Recorder.
Oooan Knoampme-.i No. 13, 1. u O. F
KEOULAR MKK1TNGS OK (H'kAN KN
campnieiit No. 13. 1. O. O. K., at the Lodge.
In the Odd Kellows Kullding, at seven P. at.,
on the second and founli Mcndays oi each
month, Sojourning brellireu cordially h.vited.
By order CP.
Astoria Bullaing & Loau Aasooiation
'MHKKKOITI.AH MEETINGS OFTH1S ASSO
L cmnon a- held at h p. m. ou the first
Wednesday of each mlb. OlW r.n.ovleve
street, south ol Cheiminus.
W. L ROBB,
Ki HILAR MKETlNC.a, KIR8T AND
third Tuesday eveulugsof each month
HI 8 n'elocK.
l'ersons deslrtug ! bave matters acted upon
by the Council, at any regular meeting must
present the same to the Auditor and Clerk,
on or befora the Friday evening prior to the
Tuesday ou which the Council holds Its regulai
meeting. K. OSUURN,
Auditor and Police Judire.
Hoard of Pilot Commissioners.
THE REGULAR MEKTINCSOFTHISBOARD,
will be held on the erst Monday, of each
month at 10 a. m. at the office of Ktb & Par
ker. W. U ROBB, Seo
C. P. UPSHUR,
SHIPPING and COMMISSION
Astoria, - Oregon.
cu; l.iiu, and
ti!, ., .uie reinalu
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 Dox (Six Vials) Seventy-five Cents.
One I'ack.igt (l our Boxes) Two Dollars. '
Ripans Tabules may be ob
tained of nearest druggist; or
by mail on receipt of price.
.For f ree sample addret
RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.
Merchant Steamship Cos
' Line, Comieelliifi with
Canadian I'aclllo and Great Northern
Railway and China Hteiunslilp Line.
Taklnpt frelirht and passengers for Vancouver
and Victoria II. 0. and Seattle, fneoma aud all
leaving Attorla every 10 days.
Kor particulars apply at the oillec Astoria
Abstrn :t T, & T. C:
FKRGUSON BUO.S., Aueiits.
PORTLAND AWP ASTORIA.
Leaves Astoria Every evening except Satur
day at 7 p. in.
Arilvesat Astoria Kvcry day except Sunday
at 2 p. m.
Leaves Portland Every nay except Sunday
at 7 a. in. C. V. STONK, Agent, Astoria.
S. A. Seki.iv, General Agent, Portland Or.
HUGHES & CO.,
Wholesale aud Retail
LIQUOR DEA LERS.
Importers of All Brands of rorf Ijjn and Domes
tic Wines, Liquors and cigars.
J. H. Cutter Whiskies a specially. Val Blata
BoltledBeer, Finest brands of Key West aud
Liquors for Medicinal Purposes.
Family Trade Solicited All orders front (be
City aud Couulry proi"Niy filled.
Squemoque Street, - Astoria. Orrjioi.
THE ASTORIA SAVIMS BASK
Acts as trustee for .orporatlons and Individ
mils. Deposits solicited
Interest will be allowed ou savings deposits
On ordinary saving h oks 4 per cent ner
On terra savings books 0 per cent, per anuura.
Ou certilicatcs oi deposit:
For throo uionths, 4 per ccut, per annum.
For six months, 6 per cent, per annum.
For twelve mouths, 6 per ceut. per annum.
I. W. CA8E President
J. Q. A. BOWLBY Vico-President
FRAN KTP ATTON Cashier
W. E. DEMENT Hecretary
I. W. Case, J. Q. A. Bowlby, Gust Holmes,
C.H.Page, Beiij. Young, A. 8. Reed.
F. J. Taylur.
THE PORTLAND SAVINGS BANK
OF PORTLAND, OKEQON.
Paid up capital W000
Surplus and profits 60,000
SRANK DF.KTJM, Presidcul.
D. P. THOMPSON, Vice-President
H. C. 8TRATTON, Cashier
The Store of John G. Niemi
Has been purchased by
Who aro going to close out the Rtock,
intending purchase r will do well to call
' and f.xainlue goo s and iiriees before
purchasing elsewhere. They also have
a good watclinuiKer to do repairing.
Atlantic Beer Hall,
312 First street, AMoria, Or.
PETE D0UREL, Proprietor.
Wines, - Liquors - and - Cigars.
r oncert Every Evening.
.Foard & Stokes
Dealers In Glassware, Crockery. Ship Supplier,
Tobacco. Wines ami Fine Whiskies. Fine Tea
and Coffee a Specialty. The Finest Display of
Frulis iu the City, Fresh on Every Steamer.
Comer of Third and West Eighth Streets.
H. B. PARKER
Ume, Brick, Sand, Fire Brick, Fire Clay,
Cement, Mill Feed, Oats. Hay. f traw
Wood Dellvemt to Order.
D raring, Tuminj; and Sipresi Buintsi.
G. A. STINSON & CO..
Rhlp and Cxnnrv wts. f!crsenoc!;::.
Ons a.iuo Mid rrpaired. l.oxl work ruaranhfd
On t ass street, opposite toe I Talk oihee
OCICK TIME TO
ALL Pn,NlS IN CALIFORNIA,
Via the Mt. Shasta Route of the
Southern Pacific Comp'y
Ta IOi ly tRoutt Through California, to t
Points East and South
The Scenic Route or the Pacific Coast.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
NECONO-CLAS8 8I.KEPINO C.l!
Attached to exprras trains, nfTniding Blip rmt
accoininotlatloiis fur second-class pass-iiKcrs.
For rates, tickets, sleeping car resMrvatltiin
etc., call upon or address K. P. K(Mi K1W, Assist
ant (ieueial Freight tuid Passenger Ancnt.Port
MILWAUKEE & ST PAUL
CONNECTING WITH A Mi TRANS
Electric Lighted Cars
ST. PAUL and CHICAGO
OMAHA and CHICAGO.
The EXPRESS THA1NS consist nf VESTI
BULKU, SLKKIlhu, LINING AND
HEATED BY STEAM
And famished with every luxury known
modern railway travel.
For Speed, Comfort and Salet)
this Line is Unequaled.
Tickets on aale at all prominent rail
For further Information Inquire of anv tick
C. J. EDDY. Gwral A?t.
J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pa.. Apt