The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, March 09, 1894, Image 2

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    THE DAILY ASTOUIAN, ASTORIA, FRIDAY MORN1XO, MARCH 9, 1894.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION.
DAILY.
Seived by carrier, pepr week.. 15 cts
bVnt by mall, per month 60 cts
Kent by mall, per year J7.00
WEEKLY.
Sent by nH P year- 2 00 ,n advance.
Postage free to subscribers.
The Astorlan guarantees' to It sult
Herlbers the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
river.
Advertising rates can be obtained on
Implication to tho business manager.
This paper la In possession of all the
telegraph franchises, and is the only
paper on the Columbia river that pub
lishes genuine dispatches.
rtm Dally Astorlan's circulation Is
live times as great as that of the corn-
Lined circulation or. tne otner aany pa
pers of Astoria.
The Weekly Astorlan, the third eld
est weekly In the state of Oregon, has,
fltxt to the Portland Oregoninn, the
largest weekly circulation In the state.
Subscribers to the Astorlan are re
quested to notify this ofllce, without
less of time, immediately they fall to
receive their dally paper, or when thry
do not get it at the usual hour. By do
ing this they will enable the manage
ment to place the blame on the proper
parties and to Insure a speedy remedy.
Handley & Haas are our. Portland
agents and copies of the Astorlan can
te had every morning at their stand
on First street.
TIDE TABLE.
For the Week, Beginning To-dy.
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YESTERDAY'S WEATHER.
Local weather for the twenty-four
hours ending at 5 p. m. yesterday, lur
nlshed by the U. 8. Department of Ag
riculture weather bureau. 1
Maximum temperature, 47 degrees;
minimum temperature, 37 degrees; pre
cipitation, 1.60 inches.
Total precipitation from Tuly 1, 1803,
to date. 78.45 Inches: excess of precipi
tation from July 1, 1893, to date 22.44
Inches.
TODAY'S WEATHER.
Portland, Ore., March 8. For Wash
ington and Oregon: Occasional show
ers; slight temperature changes.
In resigning from the premiership,
Gladstone has the satisfaction of know
ing that his successor, Lord Rosebery,
will be able to work In harmony with
the statesmen who will serve under
him, and the pleasure of the' masses at
the Grand Old Man's refusal to accept a
peerage Is an added source of gratifica
tion. Gladstone was long ago referred
to In a derisive manner as "the peo
ple's William," and he still prefers the
title of commoner. Although he refuses
so steadfastly to accept the honor
which has so frequently been offered
him, he has made over a hundred
peers, ( and In almost every case the
most liberal among them, have become
narrow and Illiberal In the peers' cham
ber, distrusting all popular movements
and prone to strangle progress. Having
climbed to success themselves, they
want to arrest the onward movement
of society. Some of Mr. Gladstone's
most bitter opponents are the backslid
ing whigs who sat with him in former
cabinets. Only one peer In ten pro
fesses to be a liberal, and not more
than a third of these are stanch and
trustworthy. ,.
PrendergasU the murderer of Mayor
Harrison, Is to be hanged on the 23d
Instant, provided his lawyer does not
devise some new project for staving off
the day of retribution. The dastardly
deed for which this rattle-brained Indi
vidual Is to suffer was committed last
October. Six months la a long time for
the courts to occupy In meting out Jus
tice In a case so absolutely clear as that
against Prendergast If there Is any re
straining Influence caused by the Inflic
tion of the death penalty, this Influence
Is strengthened by making punishment
follow the commission of the crime as
promptly as a due regard for Justice
will permit.
The French are a remarkable people.
Having lost lots of money by the Pan
ama canal swindle, they are now laugh
Ing over a play entitled "Journee Parle
mentalre," which Is represented ns a
causUo satire on this monumental nine-jrtut
teenth century fraud. If this Is not
enough to establish the claim that the
French are a remarkable people, addi
tional evidence is found In another bit
of dromatlo gossip which comes from
Paris to the effect that at the debut of
an Indifferent actreM. the audience
manifested their sentiments by whist
ling, cat-calls and throwing cabbage,
fish, dead rabbits and eggs upon the
tae.
That excellent reserve force, the na
val militia. Is becoming more and more
i:;uUr. Two more states. orsia nA
'..'"imevtleut, have recently ptovhlcd fr
nnv.i.nM 0e ,iMi.tf,iMHitlM. Tuunk
i UVe this 8..-rvt-e. and they quickly
efficient. A large proportion '
rn f.n our men-of-war mo fr-i
elgners, and the formation of a force of
young men thoroughly Imbued with the
American splHt, and their Instruction
for duty on board ship. Is one of the
heni moves ever made by our naval au
thorities. In eas of war IIiIh body of
patriotic and wide-awake young men
will be heard from.
, An alleged American orchestra, which
refused to play "God Save the Queen"
In Montreal, Is commended by a contem
porary. It may well be usked, however,
why they ventured into the queen's do
minions If they didn't mean to he po
lite? We should take it very 111 of a
Canadian orchestra that should come
here and refuse to play "The Star Span
gled Banner" or "Hall Columbia." Pa
triotism Is all right, but it must not be
confounded with boorlshness.
A bomb is said to have been found at
the door of a Juror In Paris who found
a verdict according to the facts in the
case of a bomb-thrower. ' Whether the
bomb at the Juror's door was a sardine
box full of sawdust or of dynamite, It
is not stated. But it Is all right, any
way. If the Juries are menaced for do
ing their 'duty, or If a Juror Is murdered
by anarchists, there will be martial
law; and the anarchlal heroes will be
gathered In by the police and shot after
trials lasting half an hour.
Astoria has a box factory. Why can't
she have a ladder works, when she gets
the railroad? Read what the North
western Lumberman has to say: "J. C.
Gardner, of Chicago, has starltd a step
ladder factory at Lumberton, Miss. A
contract has already been made with a
Chicago concern for the entire output
The ladder factory uses up stuff turned
out by the yellow pine mills at that
place that it would otherwise be difll
cult to utilize."
The suggestion by Mr. Boutelle that
Mr. -Willis should be recalled from Ha
wall should be regarded as meant for
the relief of the noble Kentuckian, who
is too importing in his relations with
royalty to allow himself to be present
at a social function of the government
to which he Is accredited. The poor
man should not be permitted longer to
be a sufferer from divided duty.
If It be true that only five hundred in
surgents remain In the harbor of Rio
Janeiro to bully the city and govern
ment, while the rest are away on an
expedition, It would seem there was oc
casion for an adventure by the loyal
forces. If'there are any old steamboats
at hand, they should be converted into
rams and tried at night.
Strange to say, there Is a palaried city
office In Astoria that has never been
filled. It Is the office of city superin
tendent of the public schools, whose
salary would have to be fixed by the
city board. n In all probability, so long
as the schools aro getting along so nice
ly without a superintendent, It Is wise
to let well enough alone.
It Is reported that the latest fad is
that if a girl takes the small bow which
fastens the lining of a man's hat and
wears It Inside her shoe she will have
a proposal from the youth within a
month. The success of the scheme may
be open to question, but It Is proving
very destructive to hats.
REPLACING THE FOREIGNERS.
The American Line Engaging Ameri
cans For Their Ships.
There was considerable adverse com
ment tn the American line when the
steamships New York and Paris were
llrst brought under our Hag. because all
foreigners were not at once discharged
from the employ and American cltlscns
taken on Instead to wholly constitute
the ship's ertw, says the Marine Jour
nal. The company might have made re
ply by a contrast with the American
navy. In which the majority of the men
are not only anything but American
cltli'.cns, but stand no chunoe under ex
isting laws of becoming citUens while
servlnir on a war ship, - which they
would If they served on an American
merchant vessel a certain time after
taking out their naturalization papers.
0,n,HU,y, while declining to
take the public into incir uushk tr-
cifta, made no explanation, nor were
they swerved from their course of ac
tion, which, by recent developments,
shows them to be fully and thoroughly
American. Not only-are they now doing
all the work of docking and overhaul
ing these ships at an American port,
the annual overhauling of such trans
atlantic; liner bolrtg hitherto unknown
on this side the ocean, but we find that
the crews are being changed from their
foreign complexion. Prior to the de
parture of the New York fjr tier over
hauling nt Newport Ke' the
crew of her omrlne deprtmont were
transferivd to another ship to be taken
to r.ujMi pa rM ,hcre-
while a' new crew or American uuu-i
w-r sfclocu-d. to tf.ke. the ship down to
Newport ixcw", v'" -
if satisfactory th''- would be retained
afwrvarJ d '"' preference given to
Americans "f equal ability l.ere;,fier.
This is another net of patriotism fur
ther commending this line to the pat
ronage and l'st wishes of all Ameri
cans. They are resisting all temptations
toward assisting other nations.
Japanese novelties and fancy dry
good-), can be had at half price, at the
time of Wing Lee, next to Olsen'S cigar
store.
"Snow Flake" Flour, claimed to be
superior to all others, yet costing no
more than Inferior brands. Itoss, Hlg
glns & Co., Sole Agents.
On Different Business. Blnks Jim-
son seems to have been playing in hard
luck. lie says he sees nothing ahead
but the poorhouHe.
Minks lie told me he was making
money. hund over fist. Do you buy your
goods of Jlmson?
Illnks No; I called to collect a bill.
New York Weekly.
Special attention is called to our large
stock of staple and fancy groceries,
which we are now selling at largely re
duced prices for cash. Ross, Hlggins &
Co.
Olsen has 29 brands of clear Havana
cigars and he will give you a better ci
gar for 10 cents than you can get for
15 cents at any other place. G27 Third
street.
"Why don't you allow Johnnie to play
with the little boy next door?"
"Well, they are a new family, and
they act In a very peculiar way."
"What have they done?"
"Mercy! ' When they shovelled the
snow off- their walk, they took in sev
eral inches of ours." Chicago Inter
Ocean. Anything In the line of gents' furn
ishing goods, In the newest styles, can
be hud from P. A. Stokes & Co. during
the present month,- at prices never be
fore equalled.
Ladles' writing desks, rocking trnlis,
and dining chairs, suitable for Christ
mas presents, at G. V. Porter's, Second
street. Handsome crayon portraits
with $25 purchases.
Those In quest of beauty In nature
would hardly have thought of going to
Central Park yesterday to find it, yet a
mosti magnificent spectacle was there.
The wooded part of New York's great
play-ground In Its- mantle of Ice looked
like a crystal forest. A heavy shower
of icicles uion one's head from the top
of some gigantic elm spoiled the ro
mance. Tribune, March 2.
SMOKE! SMOKE! SMOKE- SMOKE!
If you want any thing good to smoke.
Key West, Imported, or domestic, you
must go to Chas. Olsen.
Moody Boyntin wants to gridiron
Boston with his elevated one-rail bi
cycle railroad.
CHANGE OF ADDRESS.
Mrs. Christine Nlssen, Teacher of the
Piano and Organ, has removed
to the house of Mr. M. Lar
sen Herrlnn, W. Fifth street, at the
back of Scow Bay Foundry, and oppo
site the Finn church.
CHANGE OF ADDRESS.
Rev. L. Nlssen, Scandinavian, German
and English Lutheran Pastor, has re
moved to the house of Mr. M.
Larson Herrlnn, W. Fifth street, at the
back of Scow Bay Foundry, opposite
the Finn church.
FOR OVER FIFTY TEARS
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens . the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind chollo, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five
cents a bottle. Sold by all drug
gists throughout the world.
HUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve In the world foi cuts,
bruises, soreB, plcers, salt rheum, fever
lores, tetter, chiipped hands, clulhluiiiM,
corns, and an skin eruptions, ana positive
ly cures piles, or no pay required. It
Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by Chas. Rogers, niV
lessor to J. C, Dement.
A SURE CURE FOR PILES.
Itching Plies a.e known by moisture
like perspiration, causing intense Itching
when warm. This form, as well as Hllnd,
Bleeding or Protruding, yield at once to
Dr. Boianko's Pile Remedy, which acts
directly on the parts affected, absorbs
tumors, aiiays itcmng ana enecis
nermanent cure. Me. Druirwlst or mall.
Clrculurs free. Dr. Bosanko, 313) Arch
street, Philadelphia, Fa. Sold by J. V.
Conn.
ATHLETES OF THE PRESENT DAT.
J. E. Sullivan, secretary of the Ama
teur Athletic Union, President of the
Pastime Athletio Club, and Athletic
Editor of The Sporting Times, writes:
"For years I have been actively con
nected with athletic sports. I always
found It to my advantage to use All
cock's Porous Plasters while in train
ing, as they quickly remove soreness
and stiffness; nnd when attacked with
any kind of pains, the result of slight
colds, I always used Allcock'j with
benellclul results. I have noticed thiit
moat athletes of the present day use
nothing i'Iko but Allcock's Plasters.''
LIFE OR DEATH?
It is of vital Importance that it should
be understood by persons whose kid
neys are Inactive, that this condition of
things la fintlly Inductive of a state of
the organs where life hangs In the bil
ance. llrlght.'s disease, diabetes, albu
minuria are all diseases of a very ob
stinate character In their muture stage,
and lnl have a fatal tendency. They
often buttle the most practised medical
skill, and the most approved remedies
of materia medlca. Hut opposed at the
outset that Is to say. when the kidneys
begin to discharge their functions Inac
tively with Hostolter's SttmacH Bit
ters, the dangerous tendency is checked.
Very useful, aluo, Is this household
medicine for those aliments of common
occurrence constipation, biliousness,
dyspepsia and nervousness. It is a safe
guard against malaria and averts
rhron rheumatism.
ENDORSED BY THE PRESS.
Gentlemen : This is to certify that I
have used Krause's Keadacha Chpsules
with satisfactory results. I Wight
box which cost ma nnd ons 8psvle
cHired me of a dreadful sick hduche.
My wife snd myself have both vised
the medicines manufactured by the
Norman I.h'hty Mfc Co., nna we re
commend them to the public as being
Jju?t what they are refx-usented.
icespeeiruuy.
Ed. Gazette. Pleasant Hi'L M-Twenty-five
cents, for wile by Chas.
rinpMT, Astorlt. Or., sole SKents.
I am seventy-sevn years old,
and luve h id my age renewed
at leasttwentyyears by the use
ot Swift's Specific. My loot
- a - . ...i, watt n
Mrs. fcw lira near, and uhvsicians said
t could not be cured. After taking tilfccn emal
utiles S. S.S.lhere "nr.U soreOTmy hmbj,: nd I
ires,0; YEARS 810
et all surfereri know " ,car" .. 1S
tf yourwumtenu,. Fal kansVs CUy-
IS A WONDERFUL
liEMEUY especially for
SWIFT SrClFIC COMPANY,
Atlanta. Ga.
Progress and
CooHery.
"The World Moves."
There is no betterillustra
tiolTofthis old saying than
the numerous schools now
adays devoted to practical
kilxhtn processes. These
schools h ivc been alert to
find a reasonable substitute
for lard, the useofwhichisso
generallyCPndemned. This
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.
REFUSE-AlOpSTITUTES.
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
CHICAGO, NEW VOBrt, BOSTON.
These tiny Capsules aresupcrfoTi
to Balsam of. uopoiba, X
Cubcbs and Injections. (fTiIDY)
They euro In 48 hours tho V J
same diseases without any Incon
venience, SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
THE BEST
BREAD MAN
In this city Is A. A. CLEVELAND, the
baker. He kneads good bread for all
who need Kood bread, and "takes the
cake" for making the choicest confec
tionery. Whenever you are not busy,
and feel Inclined for a loaf, don't forget
to call on CLEVELAND, at the Oregon
Bakery.
STAMPS
Have changed colors very frequently of
late; but our competltoro change colors
every time they see our work.
We make wagons, shoe horses and do
all kinds of general
BLACKSniTHINQ
Perhaps you know this already. Cer
tainly you do, If you have ever em
ployed us.
Q. A. Stlnson & Co.
Fop Your Stomach's Sakel -
You often need a little wine, and
should never be without it In the house.
'But be sure that It Is good; bad wine
might Injure your stomach, and cer
tainly cannot Improve It.
Good liquor dealers have good custom
ers and keep good wine. They can't
afford to sell any other kind.
We claim that ours Is the best store
In Astoria for every brand of wine, from
champagne down to sweet Catawba.
'.HUGHES & CO.
RAKES AND THINGS.
The little warm rays of sunshine drop
ping in a little curlier these mornings,
as the season advances, plakily say,
"Get ready, for folks will soon be want
ing garden things!" So we ARE get
ting ready our hoes, rakes, spades, etc.,
etc., for your coming. Never mind the
prices they'll be as little as anybody's,
almost surely smaller.
J. It. WYATT,
Hardware Dealer.
C. P. UPSHUR,
Shippings Commission
Astoria, Orpcpn.
ASTORIA WOOD YARD
D. & D. Campbell, Proprietors.
Dealers In all kinds of
First Class Fuel.
Fir, Vine Maple, f-pruoe Limbs, Alder,
Hemlock and Ash. Also, best Kiales C'f
Y.'eillnK'ton, Newcastle, Cannel, mi J
Cumberland coal.
Leave ciders ht Canrahan A. Co's
vi l yuid. f. ul vf StHtUe slieL i
Orders promptly fillei, and
SATISFACTION GITARATEEO.
77
i '-ak 'i a li Y.J o l peopw. it ouuos hb
L2fC$fe3, .to genial health. Treat
SO C, JtEcWOvU HU.ll. ll 1 1
4
1095
Meals are needed to give one's family
a year's growth. So much time Is spent
In the dining-room that it ought to be
the brightest, spot In the house. The
handsome Dining Tablps do not cost as
much as a plain kitchen table cost a
few years ago. Conio and see those we
are Belling for tfl.
CHAS. HUILHOKN At HON
A. V. ALLEN,
DEALER IN
Groceries, Flour, FeeJ, Provisions, Fruits,
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Cass and Squemoque Street. Aslorla, Ore.
EVERY REQUISITE FOR
: first Class Funerals :
POfiLt'S Undertaking Parlors,
THIRD STREET.
Rates Reasonable. Embalming a Specialty.
JVIasic Hall -:-
334 First Street, Aslorla, Or,
H. CHR1STENSEN, Prop.
A FREE CONCERT every night beKlnnlnft at 8
o'clock. Good music. The best of wines, liquors
and cigars always on hand.
Noe & Scully,
Dealers In
Stoves, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
Bole Agents for
MAGEE STOVES AND RANGES.
Jobbing a Specialty.
431 Second Street, Astoria, Or.
Washington JVIeat Market.
Corner Second and Main Streets.
Wholesale and Retail
Butchers : and : Packers.
Steamboats, Ships and Mills supplied on
short notice. Families supplied promptly
at the lowest rates;
CHKISTENSGN CO.,
Props,
OCCIDENT HOTEL
THE
Is the Best of Its Class
On the Pacific Coast.
flfl UNEXCELLED TABLE,
Rates, $a dally and upwards.
J. A. FASTABEND,
GENERAL CONTRACTOR.
Pile Driving, flouse, Bridge and
WHARF BUILDER.
Address, box 180. postoffice' ASTORIA. ORE.
ROSS HIGGINS & CO.
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Astoria and Upper Astoria.
Fine Teas and Coffees, Table Delicacies. Domestic
and Tropical Fruits, Vegetables, Sugar
Cured Hams, Bacon, Etc.
Choice - Fresh and Salt Meats.
The
PastMail
lionte.
PUTS YOU in Chicago
Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and ail
Eastern Points
X 24 to 36 Hours jihead
X Of Any Other Line.
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cars, Cin.
Ing Car are run daily via tho
Union Pacific Flyer leaving Port
land at 7:00 p. m.
Astoria to San Francisco.
OCEAN STEAMERS
SAILING DATES.
Columbia, MonJay, March 5.
State, Saturjay, March 10.
Columbia, Thursday, March n,
Sut?. Tuesday. March ao.
Columbia. Sunday. March 15.
Slate. Friday. March 30.
Astoria and Portland Steamers.
Steamer R. It. Thompson leaves As
toria at 6:45 a. m., dally except Sunday,
via VttSt)li)Kton' sl.Je of the river; re
turning, leaves I'ortlaijd et 8 p. m
daily, except Saturday. Jh Tnonjp
son makes landing on both sides of
the river abov Wuterford, on both up
and down trips.
S. IT. H. CLARK,
OLIVER MINK.
K. ELLKKY ANDERSON,
JOHN W. DOANK,
FREDERIC R. COUDERT.
Receivers.
For rates and general Information call
on or address
O. W. I OtTVPFRRY,
Agent, Astoria, Or.
W. II. nt'RLRURT,
Ast. Gen. Pas. Agt, Portland, Or.
)
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
AMERICA'S
Greatest Trans "Continental
Hallway System.
FH01W OCEAN TO OCEAN
-1N-
Palaee Dining floom and Sleeping Cars.
Laxarioas Dining Cars.
Elegant Day Coaehes.
ALSO
Observation Cars, allouilng Unbroken
Vieois of the Wonderful Jlloantain
Country.
$5.00 and $10.00
Saved on all tickets east. Tourist cars
the best on wheels. Equipments of the
very finest throughout.
ALSO
CANADIAN PACIFIC ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
To China and Japan,
Empress of India leaves Vancouver
February -5.
Empress of China leaves Vancouver
March 5.
Empress of India leaves Vancouver
April 2.
AUSTRALIAN STEAMER SERVICE
I.eav?s Feb. 16 and March 1G for
Honolulu and Australian ports.
For ticket rates and Information, call
on or address,
JAS. FINLATSON, Agt,
Astoria, Or.
A. B. Calder, Traveling Pass. Agt.,
Tacoma, Wash.,
Geo. MtL. Brown, Dlst. Pass. Agt,
Vancouver, B. C.
GfllMGO,
pWJHllfc And
ST. PflDli
RAILWAY
Connecting with All Transcontinenta
Lines is the Only Line running
ELECTRIC - LIGHTED - CARS
BETWEEN
St Paid and
Chicago.
AND '
. Omaha and
Chicago.
The Express Trains consists of Vestlbuled, Sleeping,
Dining and Parlor Cars,
HEATED BY STEAM,
AnJ furnished with Every Luxury known In moder
railway travel.
For SPEED, COMFORT and SAFETY
This Line is Unequaled.
Tickets on sale at all prominent railway offices.
For further Information Inquire of any ticket agent,
or
C. J. EDDY, General Agent
J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agt.
PORTLAND, OREGON.
QUICK TIME
-TO-
SRH FRANCISCO
AND
Alili POINTS IH CALIFORNIA
Via the Mt. Shasta Route of tht
Southern Paeifie Co.
The Only fjoute Through Califor
nia to Points East and South.
THE SCENIC ROUTE OF
THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
SECOND-CLASS SLEEPER
Attached to express trains, affording
superior accommodations lor second
class passengers.
For rates, tickets, sleeping car reser
vations, etc., call qn or address E. P.
ROGERS. 'Assistant General Passen
ger and Freight Agent, Portland. Or.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS,
Concomly St., foot of Jackson, Astoria.
General Machinists and Boiler Makers
Land and Marine Engines. Boiler work, Stean
boat and Capnery ork a Speclafty.
Castings of All Descriptions Made tp 0rder 05
Shan hioUce." '
John Pox.Presldent and Superintendent
b Eox ...Vice Preside
B. Prael Secretary
BOOTS and SHOES
The Largest Stock, Best Quality
and Lowest Prices at
Th Siga ot the Gotdea 5fcoe.
JONN HAHN & CO.
s