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THE DAILY ASTOMAft, ASTORIA, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1893.
THE TIDES TODAT.
, High water-S min a. m. (7 ft. 6 In.)
J2:02 p. m. (8 ft. 5 in.)
Low water 8:08 a. m. (1 ft. 9 In.) 6:43
P. m. (2 inches.)
ABOUT THE CITY.
Citizens' primaries tomorrow.
How do you like our new dress?
Piigue is getting less amiable every
The weather is rather mixed, to Bay
the least about it.
Steamer Elmore leaves out for Tilla
mook this morning.
Escort No. 2 towed In
T. S. Jewett yesterday.
Tho streets of the city were In total
darkness last night for several hours.
Miss Birdie Wlnton has been appoint
ed a notary public for the state of
The Astorian will bulletin the result
of the great contest In Ohio today as
tioon as the count Is made.
It Is reported that some kind of a
deal has been made between the Union
Pacific and the Louis Olsen managers.
How did that sixty-five mile wind
Btrlke you? Or maybe it didn't strike
you at all. Lucky mortal If you missed
C. W. Holt, Sam Arndt, J. C. Clinton,
Mid Chas. Goddard, are all aspirants
for the position of street superintend
Both the river canneries will shut
down this week. Fish are getting to
be nbout as scarce as twenty dollar
The Oregon left out at 10 o'clock
jesterday morning with 11 passengers
on board from Astoria.
. A rhip and a bark are reported out
side. Both have pilots aboard, John
Grassman being on the former and SI.
Harrlman on the latter. The bark Is
Frank Spittle, acting as attorney for
J. S. Johnson & Co., of San FranclBco,
jesterday attacied the saddlery .and
harness establishment of Fred Salz on
r. debt of J2.200.
Sheriff Smith went up to Portland
l ultvht. He will make arrangements
for borrowing a scaffold from the sher
iff of Multnomah county for the dual
hanging in this city on the first of
The barkentlne Tarn O'Shanter was
towed In on Sunday and went over to
Kr.appton yesterday afternoon. The
barkentlne North Bend was towed out
jesterday morning lumber laden from
Knappton to San Francisco.
A.n S0 lot for 2.
Groceries cheap for cash at Howell
The Belmont cigar can be had at
For $2, a lot is delivered every week
to the buyer In Hill's First addition.
At 5 o'clock on Sunday afternoon the
steamer Signal crossed In and anchored
inside New Astoria. She came up at
7:30 yesterday morning. A large num
ber of Chinamen were on board, sixty
of them being booked to this city.
If the wsather moderates the Col
umbine will leave for Puget Sound to
day, with Captain Farenholt on board.
She goes on a trip of inspection among
llio lighthouses, and for the purpose
of effecting some necessary repairs.
Meany is the leading tailor and pays
the highest cash price for fur skins.
For all kinds of Job printing, go to
Del. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorian build
ing 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 now selling
in it for $2.
Hon. C. W. Fulton and wife and Miss
Rueker are back home irom the
World's Fair. Mr. Fulton was delight
ed with the fair, but It was too im
mense and its beauties too wonderful
to talk about. The party enjoyed the
Mr. Max Shlllodk, who has been
spending a holiday down at Clatsop
Beach with his wife, returned home
to Portland yesterday. He has been
ver;- unwell lately. A newspaper life
seemed to agree with him better than
hi present clerical pct-itlon.
Elk steaks and Mallard ducks at the
Portland Butchering Co.'s markets to
day. yV'Aox colors, crayons,- and sepias
crayons, copying and enlarging, a spe
cialty at Crow's gallery, Third street.
Get your hemlock wood for $3.25 per
cord delivered, at the Astoria Wood
yard. Satisfaction guaranteed.
There is no risk taken by joining
Hill's lot clubs. Everybody gets the
full value of their money.
Collector Page has appointed Mr. J.
F. Hamilton, city attorney, and his
law partner, to be chief deputy In the
custom house. Mr. Frank Parker will
stay In his old position till the end of I
the year, by which time the new ' In- I
cumbent will be sufficiently posted in
the duties of the office to take hold.
Yesterday Professor Wright made the
appointments of high school pupils to
positions on the staff of the "Quill."
the new high school paper. A. A.
Cleveland Jr., la editor. Miss Violet
Bowlby and Andrew Holmes are asso
ciate editors, and Gus. Carruthers busi
ness manager. The "Quill" will make
I!.? firrt appearance In a few days.
Thor Fredriekson, piano tuner, has
lemoved to 1053 Third street, Adair's
Astorlx near Ea?i cannery. Leave
orders at Griffin & Reed's book store.
JEFF'S, The Only Restaurant I
Pilot McVlcker yesterday came into
port with tho bark Embleton, (Captain
Murphy) 1196 tons register, lis days
from Buenos Ayres. She is in ballast.
, . - , anl
uiiu utti iit'o a. crew ui &L men. iter cap
tain reports a very uneventful trip.
Bark Yarana came down the river
at noon yesterday In tow of the Ockla-
hama. She Is fully loaded with wheat
and leaves for sea today.
The finest and most extensive line nf
Diue ana wane steel enameled
ever displayed in Astoria, has w
received at Foard & Stokes.'
Anything- in the line of rants' fnm.1
lshlng goods, In the newest styles, can
be had from P. A. Stokes & Co. during
iiie preBeiii iiiuiun, ai prices never be
Rare bargains In Jewelry are beini,
uuereu uuuy oy a. n,KSirom. Any ar
ticle in the store can, be had at cost
- ! . 1 j i tr t " i . I
v. w. ou..uBe, secretary or tne state
board of equalization, will be In Salem
next week to begin his work in pre-
paring the preliminary tables for the
" 1 . .1.1 .1 i . I
u , c, ,lB miny-aays
session, which commences the first
ruesuay m ijecemoer. The board be-
gan its session laat year on December tlty of wheat at the elevator, the Ya
6th, and came to a final adjournment Ln. .1 .1....
on Thursday, January 5th, of the cur
rent yij'ir. Statesman.
The Coffee House, 522 Third street;
best place for chops and steaks: ovs-
ters by the quart; received dally and
Wagner & Co. have a new line of
souvenir spoons. Watch, clock and jew-
eny repairing a specialty, opposite the
me most handsome and highest
graue wan -aper 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.
Miss Armstrong, the lady missionary
who Is now visiting friends In this city,
went aboard the Iredale vpstci-ctav find
spent a few hours with Captain ' Law-
renoe and his wife, Sh hn, n w
on a sailing vessel before, and tho Ire
dale is tho first she has ever seen.
Naturally she had a very pleasant visit
and wae delighted with her Inspect Ion
of the ship, every part of which was
an absolute novelty to her.
Theo. Bracker keeps a varied and
choice assortment of cigars, tobaccos.
nlavlne card. m.tWv. tntinnprv
amber goods, etc.
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
With the wet weather comes an in
creasing demand for seasonable shoes,
and the best place to get a fine pair
cade to order at Fred Olsen's Olney
The scholars of the Uppc-rkwn public
school evidently don't mean to let the
days 3llp by very far before they are I
able to call a piano their own prop
erty. Previous entertainments have not
brought sufficient money in to make
the way clear for the purchase of an
Instrument that shall be worth having,
and the attempt is now to be made In
real earnest to buy one. On Thursday
night the first of these "piano fund"
auairs win De neiu, in the new Lipper-
town schoolhouset, It is to be a Long
fellow entertainment, and not the least
Interesting part of the program will be
wie reading of cne of Long-fellow's
poems, illustrating tableaux.' Several
young ladies well known In musical
circles have kindly volunteered their
assistance, and the program will In
clude several numbers of both vocal
and instrumental music. No doubt tin
attendance will be large and the fund
Rev. C. F. Clapp, of Portland, and
Rev. D. V. Poling, of Independence,
are conducting a series of gospel meet
ings at' Rescue Hall, beginning every
evening at 7:30 p. m.
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, ALtorla.
Sportsman Intending to purchases
their winter's supply of ammunition
should communicate with Foard &
Stokes before purchasing elsewhere.
Owners of horses can purchase. Camp
bell's Hoof Remedy, and all the Col
umbia veterinary Remedies at rea.
Salz' Saddlery establishment.
S. A. Clark, says the Statesman.
is responsible for the statement that
that hoary old sentinel, Mt. Hoou, nasi
o nln He MivB he
" . - , . '
looKea over towara me oiu. ...uU..t
Wednesday morning about 10:30, and
th Bio-ht to c-reet. him was that of
smoke issuing from, the side of the
mountain. Thinking he might be mis-
taken, or that It was a drltting cioua
or a bank of rising fog that had at-
imniori him Tint no: It was black, sul
phurous smoke. Just such as volcanoes
emit from their craters when they are
active. He could not be deceived. The
atmosphere was clear, and the dark
color of the cloud-mass as it Issued medlcne l8 tound , BrandreUrt
from the side of the mountain and p1IlB Tnl8 fact demonstrates the value
lazily drifted to near the summit and of these pills better than any state
off to the south argued to him that it men t of the proprietors. It will be ob
, j i . rrh served that the dose required to cure,
was neither cloud nor mist The wind, ,s Bmal, Qne or two pl9 takgn every
too, was from the south, but the smoke night for ten or twenty days will cure
from the volcano's smouldering fires dysiepsla, costlveness, rheumatism, liv-
moved off to the south, only
tt hoi rl
caught by the wind and returned a
half hour later within the limits of the
silent vigil of the summit. This is the
third time Mr. Clark has had the pleas-
ure of seeing , Old Hood smoke.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; Ko Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
first time. waB in February, 1SCS, when
the smoke ascended from the crater in
a solid column instead of broken aa in
.v,ia i u . ,.
I this Instance. The second time he wit-
nessed smoke fromi the volcanic fires
was some years later, when the sight
was similar to that presented on
All groceries sold at bottom
for cash at Howell & Ward's.
For Knlo Th. Into at Rmlth'a
U.,; . . o" ...
a Bargain. Address a. is., mis
Don't tro to Portland to'-buy your
I "ckets for the "Old Country" and the
I Ea8t when you can get them for the
- l "c itiuo ui me union x'aciuu oiuce
I m mis city, ana thereby save your 10-
cal rare t0 Portland,
The Portland Telegram publishes an
Item that gives the lie forever to those
dastnrrilv rwrml whn hpRltfltf tn bp-
Heve m truth of the wonderful "25-foot
channel." Here it Is: "The British
ahn Yarana was to have started down
the river yesterday in tow of the. Ock
lahama, but was unexpectedly detained,
The vessel Is loaded with grain for
Eurone. Att ,.uin.r on . n,,.
the stream, where 200 tons more were
placed on board.- It seems that the
water was not very deep just at the
point where the Yarana came to an
chor, and aa the river has been slowly
falling for some days, the vessel was
.... j ... ' u a .
foUIld to be nSr0Und wnen ready to
I oul1 u "own mretuii. one was hiuck iuhi
J when the towing steamer came along
I side yesterday. She wouldn't "budge
a peg," either, when the Ocklahama
took a stiff tug at her. The steamer
Thompson was called Into lequislUon
but both boats could not persuade the
Yarana 'to leave her position, even with
some very strong hawsers. The rains
up the valley have caused the river to
r'Se abUt 8 f0Ofc S'nce ,aSt n'ght' and
lms- together witn tne aia or tne tiae,
It Is thought will enable the steamer
to pull the vessel off Into deeper water,
THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES.
Notwithstanding the inclemency of
the weather a very large vote was poll
ed yesterday at the republican prlma-
I. j , it . , . , .
manifested in the delegates selected to
aii'.-uu me uunveiiuuii on auiuruay. i"
following delegates were declared elect
First Ward No. 1 Engine House: A
S. Reed, Joe Relppa, Frank Green, A.
V. Allen, G. Wlngate, A. R. Knnaga,
John McGuire, P. J. Goodman, Paul
Aho, Will Clinton, A. C. Foster, T. O.
Secnd Ward Foster's cigar store
Delegates, C. E. Foster, Adolph John
son, B. L. Ward, P. A. Stokes,. A. F.
Krager, Jno. Dragovltch, Abraham Sot
ka, August Danlclson, J. II. Johausen
H. J. Wherrlty, P. Kearney, Fred
Third Ward At McGregor's office,
Delegates, Louis Agren, Scot Corne
lius, R. M. Louden, A. L. Clarke, Jno,
Palmer, August Holmes, G. A. Nelson,
o. F. Morton, W. B. Painter, T. Slevert
son, E. Huuke, Max Young,
H. S. Glle came down tho river on
Alfred Gibbons was In from Glenwood
Miss Maggie Fearnslde has gone to
Vancouver, Wash., on a visit.
M. W. Solomon and wife are down
from Portland. They are registered at
Mrs. Chas. H. Evans, of Portland
and Miss Carrie Reed, of Chicago, are
staying at the Occident.
Mr. W. E. Tallant and his mother
are expected home today from their
trip to Chicago and the East.
CARD OF THANKS.
I desire to convey my most hearty
thanks to all those friends and ac
quaintances whose kindness and sym
pathy In my recent affliction was so
A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE.
D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharle, N. Y.,
says that he always keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery In the house and his
amUy ha8 aIway8 foun(1 the best re-
suits to follow its use; that he would
not bo without It If procurable. G. A.
Dykeman. CatBklll. N. Y.. says that Dr,
Klng.s New i,iBC0Very Is undoubtedly
the best cough remedy; that he has
used it in his family for eight years,
andtlms never i.edo dothat
remedy so long t,riea and tested? Trial
bottles free at Chas. Rogers' drug store
Regular size 50c ond $1.00.
aim ..m-uimmi muk.i,
A rne(Jlone that been a household
remedy for over fifty years and used
In that time by more han 150.000,000
i-uiiiiJitiiiii, uiiiijumit;, ill ctiiy ui
sease arising from an impure state of
Brandreth's Pills are purely vegeta
ble, absolutely harmless, and safe to
take at any time.
Sold In every drug and medicine store
either plain or sugar coated.
THE NEW BAKERY,
Corner Olncy and Second.
Largest loaf of home made bread
town for 6 cents.
All kinds of fresh cakes and home
JOHN W. CROW'S
at 637 Third street.
During the next 30 days we will take
orders to furnish material and do dec-
oratlve work and plain paper hanging
on the installment plan. Call and get
terms and prices.
LOST A pocket book containing a
few dollars. Finder will please return
to this otlice and receive the thanks of
the owner, who is a poor girl.
AGENTS WANTED J5 a , day.
Greatest kitchen utensil ever Invented.
Retail 35 cents. 2 to 6 Bold In every
house. Sample, postage paid, 5 cents.
Forshee & McMakln, Cincinnati, O.
CHANCE FOR ALL Men of small
means can buy real estate in Hill's first I
LOTS FOR 2.-Call at the Astoria
Real Estate Exchange and get a lot
In Hill's First Addition for U
JAPANESE CURIOSITIES Wing
Lee has Just received a full line of
Japanese curiosities and fancy goods.
Will sell at cost. 529 Third street.
HOTEL. Remember McGuire's Ho
tel at Seaside is open the year around.
CALL ON P. BAKER, 478 Third St.,
and have your clothes dyed and
- SEWING MACHINES And general
repairing, lock-fitting, etc. C. A. May,
lis Main street.
GEO. McLEAN, corner Olney and As
ter streets, does a general business in
luacksniithing and repairing.
JOB PRINTING Dell Ferguson, gen
eral job printer, Astorian building, up
stairs. First-class work at reasonable
WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on
Handley & Haas, 150 First street, and
get the Daily Astorian. -Visitors need
not miss their morning paper while
MUSIC LESSONS. J. W. Thomp
son, organist at the M. E. Church,
gives lessons in music, piano and or
gan. Organs tuned and repaired. Ad
dress 589 Astor street, Astoria.
TO SUBSCRIBERS. Those who do
not receive their papers regularly and
on time should notify this office. If
tho papers delivered by carriers are
wet or in bad condition, don't fall to
maxe complaint at tne dubiiicss otlice.
YOUR FRIENDS IN EUROPE.-If
you have friends in Europe whose pas
sage you wish to prepay to Astoria,
call at the Northern Pacific office.
steamer Telephone dock, and make
known your wants. Reduced fare vlu
all the leading steamship lines.
ARE YOU GOING EAST? -Patron
ize 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 ns from
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Call
at August uanieison's Sample Rooms.
ONLY THE PUREST Wines and
liquors are sold at Alex Campbell's
A DELICIOUS DRINK. There is
no place In Astoria where John Kopp's
ranious beer is kept in such good con
dition as at Utzlnger'B popular resort.
WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zln-1
fandel wine Instead of coffee or tea.
Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget
peacn and apricct brandy, aibo French
Cognac and wine at Alex Gilbert s.
PILOT COMMISSIONERh-Thc reg
ular meetings of this board will be held
on the first Monday of, each month at
10 a, m., at the office 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. Office 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.
uy order CP.
COMMON COUNCIL -Remilar meet
ings first and third Tuesday evenings
or each month at 8 o clock In city hall.
Persons desiring to have matters acted
upon by the cbuncll 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
which the council holds its regular
me9tlng. K. OSBURN,
- Auditor and Police Judge.
TOITR MONEY 7.ST TtrrTimNKTi
it you roeoive no benefit from Dr. Pierce's
This fair and
offer is held
out to ail
the diseases and de
liar to their sex.
To weakly womanhood no prlza could be
mors secure, nor the benefit mora lasting,
than that to be derived from the purchase
or m Doiue oi uiu iamona rnwription."
in succew in curing ail me functional aa
rangemnnta, painful disorders, and chronic
wealtnenw of women, warrants its makers
In qvnrantmnq It, What this medicine has
done for thousand of dellcata women, it will
do for you. At tba two critical period In
WODuUj'fl lifb, Llh change frwa giiiiiootl to
womanhood, anil, lntsr, the "change of Ufa,"
it's on invaluable tonic and a soothing nerv
ine, which can produce only good results. It
cures caws of nnrrous prostration, insomnia,
cm inability to sleep, ana many nervous disor
ders dua to derangement of the functions,
GREAT SACRIFICE SALE.
Business Must be
Having coueludcd to retlie from buslhrin
SCHOOL HOOKS AND STATIONERY at actual co,t. All oth-r iroous will be sold below cost.
ro roscrvr. 1 he entire stock must bo closed out beforo tho new yosr. Fixtures nd show casts
for sale cheap. This is a bona lido sacrifice closing, side.
NEW YORK NOVELTY STORE
P.H. Cn'llltrv Vnmhuiila ..'111 It ... . ,
hnf. w. ii.r..i.aJi. T I """"","" luuii -
t)or..repurcliatliigeUoln)io. This ulosinir out
H. A. SMITH
Rooms 1 and 2. Pvthlan Bulldlnir.
over j. a. uooper s store.
W. C. LOGAN. D. D. S..
Mansell Block, 573 Third street.
J. E. LaFORCE, D. D. S.
KUvel building, opposite Occident.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 3, i 6. and 6. Odd Fellows
minding, Astoria, Oregon.
W. M. LAFORCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ofllccv Rooms 7 and 8. Kinney's build
SILAS B. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Flavel's brick building.
FRANK J. TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
J. Q. A. BOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Office on Second Street, Astoria, Or.
DR. W. C. BELT,
. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over store of J. B. Wyatt, Sec
ond street near Genevieve.
DR. EL1V JANSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office, Room 7, over Osgood's Cloth
ing utorc, hours, 10 to 12 in., 7 to ii
p. in. Sunday, 10 to 11 a. m.
DR. O. IS. ESTES,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Special attention to diseases of wom
en and surgery.
Office over Danzlger b store, Aatorla.
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN, BURGEON, AND
Office, Rooms 3, 4, over Astoria Na
tional Bank. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to
5. Residence, G3U, Cedar street.
DR. WALTER I .HOWARD,
Office, 454 Third street. Hours, 10 to
12 and 2 to 4, Sunday, 1 to 2. Resi
dence, 4ti8 Thlid bU.ei.
DR. STRICKLE R,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS' SUN
357 Second Street, Astoria.
House moving and street planking.
Screws and blocks for rent. Call on
or address 2037 Pine street.
ADJUSTER OF ACCOUNTS and
Office, with General Messenger Co.,
515 Squemoque street.
J. H. MANSELL,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
Notary Public. Fire and accident In
W. W. PARKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
ANCE AGENT. .
Office, 112 Benton street, Astoria, Or.
Astoria Rational Bank
General Banking Business
Accounts of Firms and Individuals
solicited on favorable terms.
Foreign and Domestic j!.xcnaiige
bought and sold.
Money loaned on personal ecuru.
Interest paid or; time deposits as fol
For 3 months, 4 per cent per annum
For 6 months, 6 per eent per annum
For 12 months, 6 per cent per annum
A HavlritlH Depurtment.
iiavlr.ir been established In connection
with the above, deposits will be re
ceived In sums of one dollar and up-
interest will be allowed ns follows:
On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent
per annum; on term savings books, 6
per cent per annum.
1J. IV. WAnrw-mi, mciihii-ih.
J. E. HIGGIN8, Cashier.
J. C. DEMENT, Vloe-l'rcst.
p. K. WAT!T?EN,
J. C. DAM 10 NT,
C. S. WRIGHT.
H. C. THOMPSON,
Closed Out Sure!
ii nurttuiHKii i i on u" auu price our kiwis
sale Uttrlullv fur cash onlv.
TflE ASTOfllA SAVIKGS SAHK
Acta as trustee for corporations and
individuals. Deposits solicited.
Interest will bo allowed on saving
deposits ns follows:
On ordinary saving?) books, 4 per cent
On term savings books, 6 per cent pe-r
On certificates of deposit:
For three months, 4 per cent per an
s.um. For six months, 6 per cent per annum
For twelve months, S per cent per
I. W. CASE President
J. Q. A. BOWLBY Vice-President
FRANK I'ATTON Oarnler
I. W. Case, J. Q. A. Bowlby, Gust,
Holmes, Benj. Young, a. S.
Reed, F. J. Taylor.
A petition widely circulated among
the business men during the past few
days, reads as follows: "We, the un
dersigned, hereby agree to close our
stores at 7 p. m. every evening except
Saturdays, from November 1st, li93,
to April 1st, 1S94. It Is understood that
this agreement shall not bo in force
during the holiday season." The fol
lowing are the signers: Charles Hell
born & Son, Foard & Stokes. Ross.
Hlgglns & Co., Fisher Bros., Howell &
Wavd, A. V. Allen, A. G. Spexarth,
Gramma & Co., E. R. Hawea, Car-
nahan & Co., Noe & Sculley. P. A.
Stokes, I. L. Osgood, Shanahan Bros.,
C. H. Cooper, M. C. Crosby, John Hahn
S. Sehlasscl, J. B. Wyatt, I. Cohen, S.
Danzlger, H. Wise.
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memorial of the Columbian year, and
touches an American chord In every
home In the lnnd.
Popular prices. Territory worth a
fnrm, going rapidly. Send at once $1.00
for prospectus, and application for ex
elusive ngency to THE J. DEWING
CO., San Francisco, Cal.
HUGHES & GO.
Wholesale unit Wetall
LIQUOR - DEALERS.
Importers of all brandB of foreign and
domestic wines, llqu'ws ar.d clgurs.
J. H. Cutter whiskies a specialty. VpI
1'ilatz bottled beer. Finest brands of
Key West and imported cigars.
Liquors for medicinal purposes.
Family trade solicited. All orders
front the country and city promptly
Hquomoque Street, Astoria, Oregon.
A complete stock of lumber on hand
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, celling, and all kinds of finish;
mouldings and shingles; also bracket
work done to order. Terms reasonable
and prices at bedrock. All ordera
promptly nttendod to. Office and yard
at mill. H. F. L. LOf JAN, Prop'r.
Incandescent, all tiiuht.... $1.C0
12 o'clock... 1.00
" 10 - ... 75
For particulars inquire of any member
of tho (Inn or at the office, foot of Cou
coraly Ht. West Sitobk Mn,u Co.,
T. V. Irullinger, President.
HEAVY AND SHELF
Vn(on4t Vehlclie In HtocU
Farm Machinery, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Loggers'
Supplies, Falrhank's Scales, Doors
Frovilona, Flour, sand Mill Feed.
HUHTER & MERGERS,
aPrYrlitor of tlit
Portland BufchErinz Co.'s Markets
Corner Btid anil IWnton streets.
Comer Third and West fcixliUi sireets.