The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, October 18, 1893, Image 3

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    THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1893.
THB TIDES TODAY.
High water, 7:35 a. m,, (5 f.t 8 In.), 0:66
p. m., (6 ft. 4 In.); low water, 1:06 a.
m., (1 ft. 1 in.), 1:26 p. m., (4 ft. 4 in.)
ABOUT THE CITY.
The Rev.
in health.
Carlson is improving;
Nature can be a little kind even at
this season of the year.
Several hundred feet of fire hose
v. tu tested on Flavel's dock yesterday.
The regular weekly drawing: of Hill's
lot clubs takes place at 4 o'clock this
afternoon.
The Falls of Clyde was towed up to
Portland yesterday morning by tha
Ocklahama.
The British ship Parthenope went
up to Tortland at 11:30 a m. yesterday
in tow of the Emma Hayward.
Peter Anderson and Chris. Meder will
be tried before Judge Cleveland on Sat
urday for illegal Ashing at Seaside.
The beautiful American ship T. F.
Oaks goes to sea this morning. Her
captain received his sailing orders last
nlsht.
Big strings of torn cod were the or
der of the day yesterday. The deli
cious little Dsh were on the hooks as
soon as they were put under water.
The sails of the T. F. Oakes and the
Poseidon, drying In the bright sun
light yesterday made the humdrum old
docks wear an air of picturesque beau
ty that is a rare occurrence.
Axil Herman Johnson and Josephine
Slmonson of Chinook were married at
tlirf Astor house at Jl o'clock yesterday
morning by Rev. Carlson of the Evan
gelical Lutheran church.
The funeral of Miss Mattle Palmer
took place yesterday, in the presence
of a very large unmber pf friends of
the deceased . young lady. Rev Mr.
Sayre performed the funeral services,
and the body was Interred at Clatsop
cemetery.
W. H. Jansen, a fisherman at Kin
ney's Nehalem cannery, came up yes
terday. He reports fish running slack,
but says that one day last week there
was a phenomenal run, the fish aver
aging 200 to the boat. Alex Sutton
was hlsh boat with 280 fish.
. An $80 lot for $2.
Groceries cheap for cash at Howell
& Ward's.
The Belmont cigar can be bad
Chas. Olsen's.
at
. All groceries sold at bottom
for cash at Howell & Ward's.
prices
Major H. C. Bate, of Nashville, Tenn.,
Inspector of the U. S. weather bureau
came up from Fort Canby yesterday
after Inspecting the station there. .He
left last night on the Telephone "lor
Portland. From that city he will go to
California, Arizona and Texas.
There will be quite a gathering of
the Astoria clans not clams at the
World's Fair in a few days. Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Noland, Hon. C. W. Ful
ton and wife, Mr. -Samuel Elmore and
family, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Trulllnger,
D. J. Ingalls, Walt Ingalls, I. L. Os-
ttood. and several othera will be at
the reunion.
For $2, a lot is delivered every week
to the buyer in Hill's First addition.
Meany Is the leading tailor and pays
the highest cash price lor lur SKins.
For all kinds of Job printing, go to
Del. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorlan build
ing
For Sale Three good lots at Smith's
Point. A bargain. Address A. B., this
office.
The Astorian has received the fol
lowing communication from "Curi
ous": "I see that Mr. Martin Dillon
is sick of the Chinese. He ought to
be. Did he ever know a Chinaman
named "Jap"? He also remarks that
he has paid out hundreds of dollars to
white men. How many hundreds of
dollars has ho forgotten to pay to
white men that have been in his em
ploy?"
Lovers of a good cigar can always
find mild, fresh Belmonts at Chas. Ol
sen's
Hill's First addition is located in the
centre of the city. Lots are nqw selling
In it for $2.
Water colors, crayons, and sepias
crayons, copying and enlarging, a spe
cialty at Crow s gallery, Third street.
Thor Fredrlckson, piano tuner, has
lemoved to 1053 Third street, Adair's
Astoria, near Eagle cannery. Leave
orders at Griffin & Reed's book store.
The Astorian has received the new
"Directory of the M. E. Church," com
piled by the new pastor. Rev. J. W.
Bushong. The little volume Is full of
UFeful information, giving the list of
members of the church, committees of
management, boards of trustees and
stewards, etc. Its conslse form, and
the readable manner in which it pre
sents its facts, make it far more at
tractive than the ordinary work of
its kind.
Fifty dollars will buy a ticket to the
World's Fair and return, via the Un
ion Pacific.
Monday, October 23rd, will be Union
Pacific Day, at the World's Fair.
There is no risk taken by Joining
Hill's lot clubs. Everybody gets the
full value of their money.
Get your hemlock wood for $3.25 perl
cord delivered, at tne Astoria wood
yard. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Rare bargains in Jewelry are being I
offered dally by H. Ekstrom. Any ar
ticle in the store can be had at cost
price.
At the Monoirram you can find fra
grant Belmont, Wedding Bouquet,
Flor de Madrid and all other choice
and favorite brands of cigars.
Anything in the line of gents' furn
Uhlne crnoda. in the newest styles, can
be had from P. A. Stokes & Co. during
the prewnt month, at prices never be
fore equaued.
JEFF'S, Till Only Gestamf.
Officer Stapleton says the Telegram,
reports that the residence of Mat Kar
gala, at 31 Montgomery place, Alblna,
wasi robbed yesterday afternoon. Mr.
Kargala went away from home, negli
gently leaving: the key of the door in
the lock, and thieves entered during
his absence. They secured a Valise con
talning a deed to a lot in Astoria,
time-deposit check for $45 In the Bank
of British Columbia, a lot of divorce
papers and several articles of gentle.
men's clothing. It is not clear to what
use the thieves will be able to put the
deed, time check, , and especially the
divorce papers. Captain Card well has
ordered a thorough Investigation
the matter.
of
Wagner & Co. have a near line of
souvenir spoons. Watch, clock and jew
elry repairing a specialty. Opposite the
Astorlan office. .
Theo.. Bracker keeps a varied and
choice assortment of cigars, tobaccos,
playing cards, cutlery, Btationery, pipes,
amber goods, etc.-
Dry hemlock wood delivered at $3.25
per cord by C. W. Everest, Alderbrook
Leave orders with Ben Coe, care of this
office. Terms cash.
The following itent of news of inter
est to the Astoria police, comes from
San Francisco: Warrants were issued
yesterday for the arrest of Go Ah
King, Hong Ah Now and Lee Din on
charge of murder the complaining wit
ness being Yee Ah Sing, a merchant
(f 705 Jackson street. The murder
with which the men are charged was
committed on the night of July 5, 1886.
A Chinese by the name of Gee Pong
v.as shot dead in the hallway of the
house at 35 Waverly place. Another
celestial named See Leeng told, the
police that he was an eyewitness to
thn murder, and that the murderer was
a highbinder named Lee Din. Lee Din
was a member of the Suey On Tong,
a notorious highbinder organization
He was not apprehended and the au
thorlties believe he has skipped to
Astoria or one
of the northern coast
ports.
Elegant bath tubs, first class shav-
ing and neat and artistic hair cutting
at the Astoria Baths. Glllet & CorDett,
proprietors.
The Coffee House. 622 Third street
best place for chops and steaks: oyS'
.ters by the quart; received dally and
always iresn.
Fred Olsen takes the lead In mana
facturing boots and shoes. All work is
first class and warranted. Repairing a
specialty. Corner Second and Olney
streets.
The wet weather has damaged quite
a lot of wheat in this country, says the
Ashland Tidings. Wheat was being re-
celved at the mill In this city at
lively rate until the late rains com
menced, and there has been quite
falling off since then. About 35,000
bushels have been received at the mill
for storage, and there are a great
many sacks out yet but it is not known
how much more wheat will ie brought
in, though quite a large amount is ex
pected. Some of the wheat brought in
of late Bhows the effects of the wet
weather. We were shown some which
had been of very fine quality, but had
bee stacked and becoming wet, some
of the kernals had sprouted, which
of course, spoils it for flrst:class wheat.
The yield in the county is about an
average, mere naa Deen a weakening
In the wheat market in the last few
days, and forty-eight cents was quoted
as the price Monday. .
Sportsman Intending to purchase
their winter's supply of ammunition
should communlcatei with Foard &
Stokes before purchasing elsewhere.
Those desirous of furnishing houses
can find as good bargains at G. V.
Porter's as at any other store in the
Northwest. Give him a trial and prove
It.
Owners of horses can purchase Camp
bell's Hoof Remedy, and all the Col
umbla Veterinary Remedies at Fred
Saiz' Saddlery establishment.
The finest and most extensive line or
blue and white steel enameled ware
ever displayed in Astoria, has been
received at Foard & stones.-
The Astorian is glad to sea that the
Euirene Guard echoes its statements
and belief In regard to Sheriff Noland
of Lane county and his trouble. That
paper says: Sheriff Noland will meet
the -matter in the courts fearlessly,
The charge '.that Judge Fisk and
County Commissioner Parker are In
collusion to defraud the county will
not be entertained a moment by any
one acquainted with these gentlemen
and we believe it a damnable one and
unwarranted and unjust in the ex
treme. To show to what extremes the
committee go In their charges against
Sheriff Noland, the complaint alleges
that ha has not performed any services
vhatever since Nov. 2, 1892, but what
are of a fraudulent nature, in a nut
shell, the whole cause of complair-l
arises from the fact that Mr. Noland
has compelled the payment of delin
quent taxes and charged for it."
The Valley Record says of the re
cent disturbances in that region:' "The
worst feature of the attack upon the
Chinamen is the fact, pretty well un
derstood, that the hoboes were piloted
and led by certain individuals residing
In our own community, who consider
the Chinese direct business rivals, and
are willing to incite to robbery, and
rossibly contingent arson and murder,
in order to close them out. Profes
sional anti-Chinese agitators and other
fi)Ro)o).T
li-i LnlL
(0M
ine only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia: No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes
persons who combine and force the
Chinese from communities by peaceful
means strike a certain sympathy
among almost all classes of citizens,
but what shall be said of young men
who would lead such a mob of hoboes
to attack the Chinese, for robbery,
and then themselves slink out of the
melee to escape the law. The law is
said to have stumbled over some of
the Ashland toughs, as it was, but
witnesses who remain here are dis
creetly silent, and those of the hobos
who could tell a damaging story were
hustled off out of town with the money
they stole from the Chinese Tn. their
pockets." This has a local applica
tion or rather It might have had, if a
few dynamite drunkards had been al
lowed to have their way.
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choic
est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc.,
can be bought at the lowest prices at
J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Oc
cident Hotel, At.toria.
The most- handsome and highest
grade Wall Paper ever seen in the city.
I will furnish paper gratis to anyone
finding this statement not true. Call
and see for yourselves, at B. F. Allen's
571 Third street.
The many friends of the Rev. R. B.
Dllworth will be pleased to learn that
a larger sphere of usefulness has been
opened for him. The Synod of Oregon
have, by a unanimous vote, elected
him as synodlcal missionary and super
intendent of Sabbath-school work for
this synodlcal district, which includes
all of Oregon, part of Washington, and j
direct that very important item of
direct that every Important Item
of
church work, tho Sabbath school,
position for which he Is well qualified
It seems us if tho Presbyterian church
In Astoria was a stepping stone to high
preferments, In the larger Peld of the
slate, Rev. E. N. Condlt, the first pas
tor of thlB church, la now principal of
the Albany college, the Presbyterian
seat of learning In Oregon. Rev. J. V,
MUligan, while still the pastor of
large Portland church, is not only stat
ed clerk of this Presbytery, but also
of the synod of Oregon, a place of
more importance probably than any
other In thl field of the church
jjon'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 the Union Pacific office
in this city, and thereby save your lo
cal rare to Portland.
Every girl that '-iiys her school
books at the New York Novelty Store
will be presented with a manicure
set. Kvorv boy that gets his school
books nt the New York Novelty Store
will get a nice memorandum book with
mirror attached.
The steamer City of Frankfort leaves
Portland for this city tomorrow night,
and will leave here sharp on time at
9 o'clock on Friday night, as previously
announced, with the football excur
sionists aboard. The following Is the
team that will play Portland, subject
probably, to one or two changes: For
wards, J. C. Carruthers, (left wing) C,
L. Higglns, (left guard), R. Gibson,
(Captain, center), R. C. F. ' Astbury,
(right guard), II. Bell (right wing)
Half backs: F. Spittle (left wing), J
R. Rathom (center), P. Grant (right
wing). Backs: G. Smith- (left wing),
Prof. Wright (right wing). Goal, C,
Addis. Substitutes, J. Grant, Duncan
McLean, Johnson, and R. Carruthers,
The Portland club will play the ma
jorlty of the team they brought to
this city, and will be strengthened by
the addition of three old association
players. Astoria will go on the field
without Tallant, Rldehalgh or Bar
tholomew, three of Its best men, but
tne team is all round a better one
than when It met the metropolitan
players before, and has Improved
great deal in passing play and defence.
hard and exciting, battle may there
fore be expected. Utzinger's fine brass
band will accompany the steamer.
PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. W. L. Holmes, a ' well-known
former resident of this city, Is staying
here for a few days on his way to San
Francisco.
Hon. J. C. and Mrs. Trulllnger left
for the World's Fair last night. They
will be away for some weeks.
Mrs. Thos. Ryrio and Mrs. T. O.
Trulllnger left for a trip to the World's
Fair last night. .They will meet their
sister, Mrs. Frank Tuttle, nee Miss
Annto Pope, in Chicago.
EXTENDED SYMPATHY.
"Do unto others as you would have
others do unto you," is sympathetically
shown in the following lines, the pre
sumption being that sympathy is born,
or akin to pain or sorrow:
"Gentlemen : Please send Krause s
Headache Capsules as follows: Two
boxes to Flora Seay, Havanna, N. Dak.
Two boxes to Lillie Wilcox, Brookland,
N. Dak. I have always been a great
sufferer from headache and your Cap
sules are the only thing that relieves
me." Yours very truly.
FLORA SEAY, -Havana,
N. Dak.
For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria.
Or., Sole Agent. ;
A SURE CUHfc- jj'OR PILES.
Itching Piles a.e known by moisture
like perspiration, causing Intense itching
when warm. This form, as well as Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding, yield at once to
Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, widen acts
directly on the parts affected, absorbs
tumors, allays itching and effects a
permanent cure. 50c. Drogfrist or mall.
Circulars free. Dr. Bosanko, 829 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Fa. Sold by J. W.
Conn.
laking
40 Years the Standard.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT. A house with five
looms furnished for housekeeping.
Inquire at the Real Estate Exchange,
Occident Hotel building. Ueorge Hill.
WANTED.
GIRL WANTED. Young girl to do
light housework. Comfortable and
permanent home for a suitable person.
Address G. A. R., this office.
WANTED Competent teacher for
banjo. State terms per lesson. Address
"Banjo," thia office.
FOR SALE.
CHANCE FOR ALL Men of small
means can buy real estate in Hill's first
addition.
LOTS FOR $2. Call at the Astoria
Real Estate Exchange and get a lot
in Hill's First Addition for $2.
HEMLOCK WOOD. The finest hem
lock wood ever sold in Astoria can be
had from C. W. Everest, Alderbrook.
uniy 3.2& per cord, delivered.
JAPANESE CURIOSITIES Wing
Lee has Just received a full line of
Japanese curiosities and fancy goods.
Will sell at cost. 629 Third street.
MISCELLANEOUS.
HOTEL. Remember McGulre's Ho
tel at Seaside is open the year around.
CALL ON P. BAKER, 478 Third St.,
and have your- clothes dyed and
cleaned.
SEWING MACHINES And general
repairing, lock-fitting, etc. C. A. May,
132 Main street.
GEO. McLEAN, corner Olney and As
tor streets, does a general business in
blacksndthing and repairing.
JOB PRINTING Dell Ferguson, gen
eral Job printer, Astorlan building, up
stairs. First-class work at reasonable
rates.
WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on
Handley & Haas, 150 First street, and
get the Dally Astorlan. Visitors need
not miss their morning paper while
there. '
MUSIC LESSONS. J. W. Thomp
son, organist at the M. E. Church,
gives lessons in muBic, piano and or
gan. Organs tuned and repaired. , Ad
dress 689 Astor street, Astoria.
TO SUBSCRIBERS. Those who do
not receive their papers regularly and
on time should notify this office. If
the papers delivered by carriers are
wet or in bad condition, don't fall to
make complaint at the business office,
YOUR FRIENDS IN EUROPE. If
you have friends in Europe whose pas
sage you wish to prepay to Astoria,
can at tne Nortnern Facinc offlce,
steamer Telephone dock, and make
known your wants. Reduced fare via
all the leading steamship lines.
ARE YOU GOING EAST?-Patron
lao the Northern Pacific railroad if
you are Going East. Low rates of
fare, through tickets, baggage check
ed to destination. All purchasers of
second-class tickets can stop over at
Portland. Rates of fare same as from
Portland.
BEVERAGES.
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Call
at August Danielson s Sample Rooms,
ONLY THE PUREST Wines and
liquors are sold at Alex Campbell's
uem.
UNEXCELLED. The Offlce liquors
ana mixed drinks are unexcelled. Uen
evleve stree between Second and
Third.
A DELICIOUS DRINK. There Is
no place In Astoria where John Kopp's
famous beer is kept in such good con
dition as at Utzinger s popular resort.
WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zln
fandel wine Instead of coffee or tea.
Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget
peach and aprlcct brandy. Also French
Cognac and wine at Alex Gilbert's.
SOCIETY MEETINGS.
PILOT COMMISSIONERls-Tho reg
ular meetings of this board will be held
on ths first Monday of each month at
10 a. m., at the offlce of Robb & Par
ker. W. L. Robb, Sec.
NOTICE The regular meetings of
the Astoria Building and Loan Associa
tion are held at 8 p. m. on the first
Wednesday of each month. Ofllce on
Genevieve street, south of Chenamus.
W. L. ROBB, Secretary.
OCEAN ENCAMPMENT No. 13, 1, O.
O. F. Regular meetings of Ocean En
campment No. 13, in the Odd Fellows'
Building, at 7 p. m,, on the second and
fourth Mondays of each month. So
journing brethren cordially in (ted.
By order . C. I.
COMMON COUNCIL -Regular meet
ings first and third Tuesday evenings
of each month at 8 o'clock in city nan.
Persons desiring to have matters acted
upon by the council at any regular
meeting must present the same to the
auditor and clerk on or before the Fri
day evening prior to the Tuesday on
whioh the council holds its regular
meeting. K. OSBURN,
. Auditor and Police Judge.
They're Comnletrhi tHimiined
tl nt TV Pinre' Plenumf. Pfil-
Lyleto-with a sugar-coating which
'1 U surrounds their concentrated veze-
.blo extracts. You do not get the
tnsta. This means mora than mm-
fort. Tho ofTonxl ve taste of oils, or of bitter
Pills in apt to ujwt digestion. These Pellet
nelr digestion. They're tinv. hence easily
swallowed. They're easy in action, and after
Usinsr thorn Toil feel well imttend of Hilioua
and Const ipatod; your Hick Headache, Dizzi
ness, and Indigestion are gone.
irond nature belongs to an active liver: ir
ritability to a morbid liver. Take Pleasant
Pellets that vou nmv cultivate sand nature.
uappincm, ana neaun.
ihey'n
re the cheapwt pill you can buy, be-
cause, guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
your money is reti
urned.
It's a permanent cure, thai von rat with
Dr. Bale's Catarrh Hernedy. The makers
offer $oU0 reward tor on incurable cane.
Every Requisite (or
FIRST-CLASS FUNERALS
AT
Polil's Undertaking Parlors,
Third Tireet
Rates Reasonable. Kmbslmlnt; a
Specialty.
FOR AFJ S80 LOT !
By becoming a member
a first class lot in Hill's
will be delivered weekly.
cure a lot to build a home,
Dalgity's Iron Works,
J AS. DALGITY, Trop'r.
(Successor to Anjilt & ForclieD.)
Boiler Repairing and Tannery Woik. Repalr
R of River Craft a Kneelalty. Mnchlno Work
of all kinds done. Shop, foot of Lafayette HI.
Washington Meat Market.
Corner Second and Main Streets,
WiioU mlo and Retail
BUTCHERS - AND - PACKERS
Steamboats, ships anil mills supplied
on short notlee. J'amllies supplied
promptly at the lowet.1 rules.
CHRISTENSEN & CO., Proprietors.
Dealer In
Hztimn ssrt.SJsip Chadler.
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish, Hlnaole nil. Cot
ton Chuvhs, Hemp Hull Twine, l-urd OH,
Wrought Iron Hpike-i. tiulvanii.iert Cut N illn
. ARi'k'ul lm u) Implements, SwIiik Ms
ina.hme, I'aluut unil Oils.
Chas. Hoilborn & Son,
Importers aud Pealois in
FITRH1TIIRE, CARPETS,
And Upholstery.
5111, JIB, ollj Third Strcot,Astorla.
t
Is the Best ot Its Class
On the Pacific Coast.
AN UNEXCELLED TABLE
Rates, ?'2 dally and upward",
The Clatsop Market,
"iti Third street, opposite- BuKot ofllce.
Fish, Oysters, Poultry and Produce.
Kre.!
delivery to any paitol
tliu elly.
ATCHISON & SENEY, Props.
STURGEON - HOOKS
to 1 inch points in
all styles.
8-ineh Sturgeon Hook
FN.h, $1.30 ncr doz.
A. 0. SPEX 4 RTH, Cass Ft '
Incandescent, all nitiht.... $1.50
" 12 o'clock... 1.00
" 10 " ... 75 '
For particulars inquire of nny member
oi the lirm or nt tne ollice, loot of Uon
comly 8t. West Shokk Mills Co..
X. U. irullinger, frcBiuent.
J. A. FASTABEfJD
UKNERAL CONTRACTOR.
Pile Driving, House, Bridge and
Wharf Building.
Address, Ilox 1K0, postolllce.
MA;X1M C. UHOMIIY,
DKAI.Ra IN
(AKDWAUE, IKON, STEKL,
IRON P1PIC AND FlTriNUH.
STOVES AND - TINWARE,
House PurnNhltiir (4ooils, Hlieet l-eml,Hlrl
Lead, Sheet Iron Tin and inwr.
ROSS, HIOCINS A CO.'
iJntchers - and - Grocers,
Astoria and Upper Astoria.
Fine Teas and Coff-es, TaMe Delleai-li'
Domestic and Tropical KrulW, Venom
Lles, sugar cured hams, bao n, vie.
CHOICE FRESH & SALT MEATS
THE
OllEOOft : BAKERY
A. A. CLETELAHB, Prop.
Good Bread Cakes and Pastry,
None but the Acst Materials used.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Customs s
Bread delivered in any part of the city
Seaside Saw Mill.
A complete stock of lumber on hand In the
rough or dreed. Kloorlnf. Rustic, Celling,
smlail Uolo! finish; Moi.lriinifs and Hbln
ales; aluo Bracket Work done to order. Terms
reasonable and prices at bed rock. All orders
promptly attended to. Ollice and yard at mill.
U.r.L. LOGAN, 1'iopr.
Heaslde, Oregon.
C. P. UPSrt'JS,
SHIPPING and COMMISSION
Aatorla, . Oregon.
m
Occiden
Hotel
ELECTRIC
LI
of Hill's Lot Clubs you can get
First Addition to Astoria. Lots
Now is the time to pro-
for
JEFFVS RESTAURANT
-18 THB-
Bon Ton Ton Rostanrant in the Town
(And the Finest on tha Coast..
Dinner Parties, Banquets a Speciah.
Th Flint fflae aad Liqsora.
ANll-
Clothing ia Endless Variety
' AT
.VDanzigert, Third Street
HUNTER & MERGENS,
ll'roprk'tcrs nf I ho .
Portland Butchering Co.'s Matt
Corner Second Mid Kenton streets
Comer Third and West Klululi street.
NOE & SCULLY,
Dealers Id
Ste, Meet Iron & Cop pgr fare
Sole agents for Magee Stoves and
Kuuges.
Jobbing of all kinds promptly at
tended to.
431 Second street, Astoria.
BOOTS AKO SHOES
The Lamest Stock, Best (Juallt) and
Lowest Frlees at the Sign ot
The Oolden Shoe.
TXJXXN e3 OO.
THE MODEL
Chop and Oyster House
JOS. TERP, Proprietor.
The best meal in the oily for the money
Knstern ovMent. next door to Odd K. I
lows' building, 1(W Third St., Astoria.
I..-.W- CASE,
INSURANCE AGENT.
REPRESENTING
Cermsn-American, New York Citj, N. T.
fnion Fire anil Marine, of New Zealand.
.National fire and Marine Int. Co., of Hartford.
; Connecticut Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford.
I Homo Mutual Ins. Co., of San Franeiico.
' Plicniv. of LnLii. I Itnrerlat. of Ij'jiLp.
J M pl.t tis. hi fo.
Kopp's - Beer - Hall
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
KENTUCKY WHISKEY,
Only hsnricd over the bur. The largest
plats of N. 1', lleer. Half and half, Ac.
V'roe luiieli,
ERICKSON & WIUKALA, Prs.
Cor. Concomly and Lafaj etto Sts.
North Pa ::f.c Brewery
JOHN KOPP, Proprietor.
IioliMriinn - Lager - I.ocr
And XX Porter.
All 0 ders promptly attended to
MUSIC JiALL
834 l'lrst street, Astoria, Or.
H. CHRISTENSEN, PROP'R.
A. Froo Oonoort
Kvcry hIkM beginning at 8 o'clock,
(lood music. 'I he best of wlaes, li
quors and clears always on bund,
CENTEAL HOTEL
Corner Cass and West Ninth.
On the Fnrooean nlnn I.:iree. Atrr rnnmi
and a tlrst-elms rcturent. Hoard dif-, week
ly or monthly. 1'iivate rooms for Ian lllen
Oysters ami fish in season.
Finest Wines, Lliiioia and Clitars.
EVEStiON A COOK, ' - - Tropi ietors.
AMTOKIA 1KO WORKS,
Concomly street, loot Jackii,
Astoria, Ort go.
General SLiehiakt & Boiler JIal"
land and Marine Engine, Boiler workASirt-
Ximl ft"! ('sMiiittry sMt ft ."'iN-iifc
Cistingi of All Descriptions Midi U Order tt
Short Koties.
JOKN POX -.rwi'lMit "d f!
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