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THE DAILY AST0R1A.V. ASTORIA. TUESDAY MOItXLVO. NOVEMBER 27, 1894
With ioul so dead that he Isn't willing
to nave a dollar or two on his clothes
and buy them at home? We believe not.
We believe that the only reason we
haven't Ave times more business In
men's suits Is simply because enough
men have not inspected our lines.
Once a looker, always a buyer. We
Stamping, embroldeiy, and all the
latest novelties, cheap at Mrs. Rapple.
yea's. 165 10th street.
The steamer Elmora arrived in last
evening from Tillamook, bringing up
the cannery hand and a large cargo
You can buy the best eating and
cooking apples In the city for the least
money at the grocery store of Howell
& Ward. Try them.
S. E. Utzlnger Is Hi) agent In Astoria
certainly would like you men to look for the celebrated dambrlnus Bottled
'Beer, of Portland. Dr p him a postal
(card and he will call for your older.
at the grand suits we sell as $35.
523 Commercial Street
Ooods to get for the money are what
. We have the hest reasons to attend
to business courteously and strictly.
We only have the Hope brand of whls
key, and are selling more of It every
day. Its goodness and our customary
business methods answer to make It
Wednesday Evening, flov. 28,
At Flsher't Hall.
Mince, pumpkin and cranberry pies,
fruit cake, and home made English
plum pudding at the Oregon Bakery.
Leave orders early and prevent disap
Blank books of every kind and de
sciriptlon, turned out on short notice
by Delllnger & Howe, ithe binders, at
Portland . prices. We guaranteo our
work to be the beet.
Yellow Pumpkins, Hubbard Squash
and Mincemeat; also Cranberries, new
crop nuts, figs, ralsilns, olives, etc., etc.,
and large variety of fancy groceries at
Ross, Hlgglns & Co.'s.
Oenuine "home-made" mince pies,
with Just enough splinters off the chop
ping bowl to give them an excellent
flavor, are appearing on some of the
boarding house tables.
COURT ASTORIA No. 8212 A. 0. F. of A.
1 Come and Enjoy Yourself.
Tickets 1 1. oo. Ladles Free.
Stonier Sarah Dixon will discontinue
her Friday trips. Other days and time
as usual. Reduced irates; round trip,
12.00; single, Jl 25; . upper ' berths, CO
cents; lower berths, 75; meals, 2ccn'ta.
A SERIOUS ACCIDENT.
While Looking for the Kentmere's Lost
Anchor Two Men Are Injured.
Yesterday morning, taking advantage
of the extreme high tide the four
muHted British ship Kentmere, which
went Into a bed of soft mud during the
rale Saturday morning, slipped her
only remaining anchor and sailed out
into deep water where the Relief pick
ed her up and brought her to a point
opposite Flavel's dock. The tug return
later and began a search for the 90
fathoms of chtiin and anchor attach
ed, resulting In soon picking It up,
About 30 fathoms had been hauled onto
the tug when a stop, arranged In the
blfhLs to hold the chain while a new
hold from the windlass was taken, be
ing carried away, allowed the chain to
run ou,t at lightning speed.
Captain Cordlner, of the pilot schoon
er San Jose, was standing near the
flying chain, and had his left leg badly
bruised, while a deck hand named
Thomas, who was dandling directly In
the to glit of the chain, had his left leg
below -the knee badly mangled. The
limb was broken In two places, causing
the bones to protrude from the flesh in
a ghastly manner. As soon as steam
could bring the Relief back to port,
she arrived with the Injured men, who
were ait once conveyed to the hospital.
Thomiaa' Injuries are so serious that
It Is feared the mangled member will
hava to be amputated.
Parties wishing a fine box of bon bon
candles, should go to C. B. Smith's,
where they can always find the largest
assortment of fine candies In the city.
Fresh candles manufactured dally. 483
An Illinois Town
Ten years ago had only one olgar fac
tory employing five hands. It also had
a young men's business association
whose work was to txrom the town.
One of the things the association rec
om mended was for smokers to fmoke
their town's cigurs, talk their town's
cigars, and agree to smoke nono other.
The result is, tnait today tnai town nas nidn't Noe & Scullv tell vou that Old
8.000 population, 1.B00 of whom work In , ...... ,, .
eiZr factories. W. F. Schlebe manu- j Probabilities would soon send people
Seems hard to believe that The Office
could In so short a time build up such
a trade on Hope Whiskey. But Ice
looks solid enough the Inetant before
It breaks. Once use Hope whiskey,
you'll have no other.
fautures the LA ukluis abtuuia,
and If the smokers of this city would
W loyal io uieur xuwi. ..u " wouldn't It be best, knowing December
example set by theae people of Illinois, t
It mlirht nrrive as orofltab e an invest- ; "'. "uw i
looking about their place for stoves?
And If you haven't got yours yet,
A week or so ago, says Fairplay of
November 2d, when the American ship
Southern Cross was due to leave the
new deep-water pier, Red Lion wharf,
Northfleet, a considerable number of
pilots assembled to witness the un
usual occurrence of a ship leaving a
pier-loading berth at low water. But
the vessel's crew, who were expected
from London were not forthcoming, and
It appoaircd as though the ship would
be hung up from this cause Seeing the
captain's difficulty, the pilots one and
all volunteered to man the vessel and
take her down to the Gravesend buoys.
The master at first regarded this as a
Joke, but the pilots turribled aboard,
and got the vessel unmoored, and took
her to the buoys creating much ex
citement and chaff amongst their
friends on the Inward and outward
bound vessels on the river. This case
of a ship being manned by pilots Is
probably a record one.
F( - Fine Turkey3, Geese, and Chlok
ens, illve or dressed, leave your order
wiu itoss, Wiggins Ac Co..
J. J I. Strauss and wife returned yes-
terd'. from a trip to Portland.
Mr. Sam Kozer loft last evening on a
few day's business trip to Hillsboro.
John. A. Devlin and J. W. Cook were
passengers on the Potter for Portland
Mr. Walter Rldehalgh returned from
Tillamook yesterday via the steamer
Mrs. W. H. Rowe and Miss Erne Rowe
of Salt Lake City, arrived In the city
Sunday, on a visit to Mrs. E. J. Smith,
Mrs. Howe's daughter.
Mr. David Morgan left far Portland
laat evening, where he will take the
Southern Pacific for San Francisco. He
will return In about ten days.
Mr. H. Beclcwlth and Mr. Mercer who
have been In Astoria several d'ays look
ing over the afflalrs of the Pacific Ex
press, returned to Portland on the Pot
ter last night.
The If cade.
Veiling yer yard 12o.
Lace from lo a arj to Me.
Silk Garter Web per J'nrd 10;-.
Bindings per roll 2o.
Pearl Buttons from 7c lo 13o a dozen.
Smoked Pearl Buttons 5c to 8c si dozen,
Tal.e Oil Cloth 19 and 2 'Jo a yard.
Boys Pirn (a 19c.
Ladies Uuderwenr (ill prices
Men's Uuderweur all prices.
DeLong's Hook and Ryes l er card 12c
FOR S A LB-
CHANCE OR ALL Men. of small
means can buy real estate In Hill's first
LOTS FOR 12. Call at the Astoria
Real Estate Exchange and get a lot
In Hill's First Addition for 12.
JAPANESE GOODS. Just out JuBt
received Just what you want, at Wing
Lee's, 529 Third street.
WANTED Agents to represent the
old National Life Insurance Co., of
Montpelier, Vt. For further Informa
tion, address O. M. Stolp, General Coast
Manager, 82-S4 Crocker Building, San
Safety Tins ier, dozen 2c.
2 Foot Rules Ho.
Shoe Brushes It'c.
Cake Lif ers 5c.
Scalloped Shelf Puper 30 theets 5c.
30 Feet of Clothes Line 4c.
Eoltle of Hi wing Mr chine Oil 4c.
Nickel Alarm Clocks 91o.
J25.00 to $50 PER WEEK using and
selllnsr Old Reliable Plater. Every fam
ily has rusty, worn knives, forks,
spoons, etc. Quickly plated by dipping
In melted metal. No experience or
hard work. A good situation. Address
W. P. Harrison & Co., Clerk No. 14,
BOARDING AND ROOMS.
Three or four nicely furnished front
rooms for housekeeping, $15; two
rooms partly furnished for housekeep.
ing, S; B18 Bond street.
FOR RENT Five-room, nicely fur
nished house. Enquire Real Estate Ex
FOR RENT Two or three rooms,'
furnished for light housekeeping', cheap.
Apply G. V. Porter's furniture store,
517 Bond street.
Astoria is the largest town in the
United States without a railroad, an
If she is not careful will be the only
Oregon town without a chrysanthemum
ment as the encouragement of a rail
Fonrd & Stokes Co. have secured the I
The Chinese passed throng"! the so
cialistic period nearly 1,000 years ago,
and the "greenback" money period less
agency .of the famous STEWART'S
TWINES, the only GENUINE FLAX
TWINE manufactured In IRELAND.
Their new Btock goods are much su
perior to any other kind.
TURKEYSI TURKEYS! TURKEYS!
Mlnoe moat, cranberries, brown sug
ar, currants, lemon peel, citron, orange
peel, shelled almonds, fresh and boiled
elder; molasses, raisins, oranges, Eng
lish bloaters, smoked herrings, and al.
so ftn assortment of the celebraited
"Beech Nut" brand of hams and ba
con, the fluent In the United States, ut
Foard & Stokes Co.'fl.
Portland, Nov. 2d. For Washington
and oregun, llu'iit rain, nearly station
ary temperature; rales on the coast.
The prize fight at Stella Saturday
nlgM between Wilson, of Fort Canby,
and Morrison, of this city, was won In
tha sixteenth round by the former. It
was a hot battle from the outset, and
thosj who witnessed It pay It was the
bent mill that hus beer, seon on the
river In yeirs.
A good part of the Jewelry store of
R. S. NorrlB will be given over to
watches this week, as -he Intends hav
ing a special pale of this class of goods.
A good reliable watch Is a Joy forever,
and you should select one from this L thoug,M, second handed from the Sea
side poatmtster, and gladly took ad van
j than 400 years later. One Chinese ruler
through the medium of a committee ot
11,000 persons, during the 14th century
digested ell the literature of the day
and reduced, it into 22,794 volumes, to
which a postscript of 10,700 volumes
was added later. Another ruler pro.
diueed 100 volumes on materia medicae,
66 on philosophy, and encyclopedia of
400 volumes and a dictionary containing
Postmlastor Joha-nsen writes the As-
torlan that he "did not report" the
city of Seaside as being In a flourishing
condition, as mentioned In Saturday's
Astorian. In Baying that Settnlde was
flourishing, Mr. Johansen states that
it falsely represents things there. In
Justice to that gentleman It is well to
mention Chat the Astorian got the news,
stock at once.
Local weather for the twonty-four
nmirs ending at 6 p. m. yesterday, fur-
Mnhed Dy the United States Depart'
nient of Agriculture, weather bureau.
Maximum temiteratura, fii degrees.
Minimum temiHM-.iture, 44 degrees.
l'reoliiltatlon. .26 Inch.
Total precipitation from September
1st, to Oate, 25.07 llH'Jus.
Excess of preclpiUtlon from Stptim.
ber lNt, 1SU4, to dute, 6.58 Inches.
A ROUND TOWN.
The Only Restaurant.
Pea Swope about decorating.
See Swope about decorating and Blgn
T!n TmeliM nnd ISlute went out yes
The Elder arrived In from San Fran
A Jacksonville undretaker has adopt
ed the unselfish motto, "Live nd Let
Frank Rogei-s. Harry Phillips, H. D.
Thins, W. E Tallant, Sam'l A. Kozer,
James W. Hare, Angus Gor, M. S. War
ren, Fred S'.ilz. 11, 8. Woreloy, H.irry
HamMi't nnd D. McTavlsh have filed
initios of incorporation for the Secur
ity Lo.n aid Trust Co., with a capital
stock of $12,001. Principal office, Astoria.
The British four-masted elilp Prin
cipality, Km ton's register. 78 days from
Ulo Janeiro, arrived In yewterduy In
bmilart. $he arriwd at the light-ship
Friday nlrM, and was there during
the 'hard Mow on Saturday. Sund.iy
she palled In to Fort Stevens and was
towed from there by the Escort. She
loft up last vvenlng.
Tlio British chip Olmara. arrived In
yewterJUy afternoon from Rio Janeiro,
She la a vessel of 1.553 tons register,
and h is 500 tons of ballast. Blie Is 20
tttys from Honolulu. fVvtnln Brown
fiys that while at Rio Janeiro, during
the l.Ue rebellion, he lust six men by
yXlow fewr. The Olmsna went to
Aiifitmll.t front Brazil, Miid thonca to
this port vl.t Honolulu.
tage of an opportunity to say a good
word for the village by the rollli.g surf.
On second thought It does seem lather
InconnlHtent to hear of a deserted sum
m?r resort being filled with commercial
life at this Beason of the year.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hart, of ripo
stone, Minn., are In the city registered
at the Occident. Mr. Hart is tdltor of
the D.illy Star at Pipestone, and to
gether with 'his wife Is making a tour
of the Pacific Coast states. Ho only
Intended retraining 1n Astoria one day,
but meeting several old Minnesota
friends here, was persuaded to Lay over
another d'ay nd visit the Jetty at the
mouth, of the river. Mr. Hart, during
his travels. Is writing a number of In
t cresting letters descriptive of the conn
try through which he passes, and send
lng them home for publication.
Evgene Chamberlain, chief of the bu
reau of navigation, has made his pub
lie report, which shows that on the 0th
of June, 1894, the documented merchant
marine of the United States comprised
23,i)S6 vesaeU of 4,041,204 gross tons. Th
gery;u;tvicul distribution shows: At
lantlc and Oulf coast, 17,463 vessels
2,712,944 gross tons; Pacific coast, 1,5.
vessels, 4i)6,3.r9 tons; Northern lakes,
4,311 vessels, 1,227,401 tons; Wes'tern
rivers 1,237 vessels, 2S7.325 tons; cod
and mackerel fisheries, 1.606 vessels.
71,573 tons. During the decade wooden
vessels have Increased 50,000 tons each
in New York, California and Michigan.
The total tonnage on the great lakes
has Increased 500,010 during the last do.
cade, or nearly doubled. Iron and steel
stnam tonnage on the Lakes has In
creased from 27,000 tons In 1SC5 to 250,
000 tons In 1S91. The total tonnase of
the Pacific Cotet has Increased 35 per
cent during th decade. The tonna.'.Te
of all destinpitioTis of San Frtaneiseo port
is 30i,220; Cleveland, 234,741; Huron.
(Midi.) 171,629; Detroit, 161,846; St. Lauls,
122,740; Milwaukee, 93,767
M?. Oewsre Wright will feed wheat
to 10,000 sheep nt Olex this winter. He
win ui.ti mem n-tir mnntns the game' as
'.hey do at the feed yards near Chicago,
Mid cm do the same In Gilliam unty
on 15 cent wheat ot one-third of the
oost. When fat he will ship the sheep
to Chk-nsw nd Victoria, B. C, and he
thlnUs If he does net make a good thing
out of then the deilers who fatten their
nlieep on 60 cent wheat Mr Chicago
had hotter go out of the business.
The Swanhlldn and Fiery Ov: ar
rived down from Portland yesterday
i u mp.'iing ot me oonra ot del
Some one hw remarked that "Asto-ls ",B " A"10 ' Department
rla needed more vounir blood and f..uvr 1 Itut n,K'ht ,h m "rst assistant
ohhf was declared vacant, on account
of cirtuln member of the board al-
You won't nnd another stock In th. "f ,thwt Mr ' "' S,,Hk,on ha'
city that will suit you a. well as that T ' q,m,lf'' Swnd Assistant
at the stor, of IL & Norrif. I S,,?tart n tatK.
n lJrwn elated second a.lst-
Bom. to the wife of Mr. Otto Mun- !! r .f ?Ur" "e dlJ
,n. of Chinook Beach. . son. 10 1-J ''l "" " h h .?.f che
, ....-mi, a, hi um u viu con-
pounds, yesrterdtay afternoon, Dr. Estes
The ladles of the W. C. T. U. will be
nt their rooms In Rescue Hall on Wed
nesdwy, the 28th inst., to raccive Thank
giving donations for the poor. All per.
sons who have clothing, food, or money
to donate will please leave them at th
hull and the ladles will distribute them
Where they are most needed. Th
Union hias been helping eeveiul des.
tltute families, and any who know of
worthy poor, will please report to the
Union. The collection at the Thanks.
giving service will also be given Into
their hands to be used for the poor ot
our own city, and we hope to make this
a hlappy Thanksgiving for oil. For I
It not more blessed to give than to re
ceive? ' PRESIDENT.
Last evening about 5 o'clock the 10-year-old
son of Mr. Chris Carln, while
playing on the roadwuy near Fisher's
Hall, accidentally fell to the rocks be
low, a distance of about 12 feet. His
head struck a boulder with terrine
force, fracturing the skull and render
ing the lHlle fellow Insensible. He
was carried to his home a short dls
tan.-e away, and Dr. J. A. Fulton sum-
moned. The Injured boy was made as
comfortable as possible, but at present
the extent of Ms Injuries cannot be as-
Since the German-owned auxiliary
Mrs. Wm. McCuewan Is In rjoelpt of
tlnue to hld the office. At the meet- Mv Uar,e Rlckmers was lorn.
ln a protest was entered against the 0 Frnce tl,e largest sailing vessel
meeting being colled to order at 7 p. ine waa "'" ' 1S90, and reg
m. In.4i.vnt nt f -n t. ........ i ... latcs iiVi tons sroost. Th n,. n.....
..... . - .... . . , V luuni 111,111. .UH ... 1.1 .l Vti
M 1,-,?": "J v , :'B 'rt wJ"norlty,ruwer.Mdm 8h,p ,hat German firm Is now
.Z .1, " ". regarJ to the actions of C. li Foster v,n cimstructcd at Freinerhavtn
that he I. ,nuch Improved during the , relutk4, tJ lhe : , wU be five feet k.ngvr than the France
jpartment nHHmla hi charfie of Foster 1 ,!re l,u Kater bani. and one and
as se.retsu y at the time of their hws, I ,tl?V? I,mr kVP' Hm" '""""nsion-.
in former beliiir accented an. I h i.i.i:. ! V.v -. oe". W
, tor being laid on the tbb, (4.2!X
pM few months.
Vr. irKe's Cream Biking Powder
WorU'f P!r H!j'.iet Award.
REPORT OF DISTRICT NO 3.
The monthly report of Clatsop school
shows 'an enrollment of 28 pupils; 15
boys and 13 girls. Average attendance
a Number or tardy marks, 0. The
allowing pupils have been present ev
ery day: Parker West, George Adams,
nancy Harder, Fred Ober, Carl Ober.
Paul West, Percy Tagg, Stuart Carna-
an, Nettle Adams, Lena ober. Ethel
n a.oniouse, Maggie Roberts, Mary
KoOiids, Anni5 Dawson, Violet West
Llllle Tagg, Albert Johnson, Will Ad-&"13-
A. W. PRESCOTT,
SHILOH'S CURE Is sold on a guar
antee. It cures Incipient consumption.
It is the best Cough dire. Onlv one
cent a dose. 25 cents, 50 et.s., nnd Jl 00
For Sale by J. W. Conn.
SELLING at 25 per cent discount
lots In Hill's First nrMIHnn tr. rnAnn
uruve, oeaaiue. - Astoria Keal Estate Ex
Umbrellas and parasols repaired oi
short notice, as this is the only buslnes
I follow. J. Joplln, 185 Main street.
What Is the use to go and pay 12 1-2
cents for a cignr when you can get the
Robert Mantell at Chas. Olsen's for 10
i.ci.1!,, me Dent Havana cigar In the
uuiu a.i,a tree smoking.
I FURNISHED ROOMS With board,
i or good table board by the day or
week, with home comforts, at reason
able rates. Airs. E. C. Holden, corner
9th and Duane streets.
Preserve Kettles ll)c, 12c, H.J.
"5e Novel 6V.
Decorated Chamber Tails 33o.
Reflector Lamps with burner nud
Travelling Alcohol Lamps 15o.
1'eat feaws 33o.
Coat Hooks 6 for 5o. t
Jb'ne Shovels oc.-.'Jo, 17 !.
Ta Spoons per get 5j.
Iron Slielr Brackots por pnir 4, 0, "1:
Knives awl TorUs per set from 42o to L08
Meat 1'roileis "o.
2 Quart Collee Pot lOo.
" " " 13j.
2 Quart Copper Botfoin Coffeo Pot 15c.
" " ; 19c.
fl. A. SMITH
Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building,
over (J! H. Cooper's store.
W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S.,
Mansell Block, 673 Third stiver.
J. E. LuKORCE, D. D. S.
HAS DENTAL PARLORS.
Plavel building, ..;,. .te Occident
W. M. LA FORCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 6, 6 and 7, Flavel s Brick
SILAS B. SMITH.
ATTCRNK M LAW.
Office in Flavel's bilck building.
Tea Trays 9c, lie, lSc.
14 Qunrt Tin Pail 19o.
Dish Puna lSx
KltA.Kj. 1'aVI.OB. JNO. T. 1.IOIITES.
TAYLOR & LIGHTER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
J. Q. A. BOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Office on Second Stifet, Astoria, Or.
Chair Bents 5o; Cj, 7c.
Pint Cups 2 for 5c.
Waterproof Bibs 4&
Socks per jair, fjc.
Infants Lose, 10c.
Darning cotton par card le.
Featber-stitch braid !);. '
Dress stays 1 lo.
No. 2 lamp wicks, per doz, 4c.
Corsot Claspi 7c.
Handkerchiefs frjm 3o to 5!5o.
DR. EILIV JANSON.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Olsen's drug store. Hours, 10
to 12 a. m.; 2 to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun
days, 10 to 11.
Crnmb Brnsh and Tray 2oo.
Jolly I'lftes 4 nnd 5c.
Large Wash Basins 8c.
2 Quart Bncket and Cover 7c.
Pears Soap (scente.l) i7o.
Castile Sonp 4o. "
Ladies Hose all prices.
LIBERTY P. MULUNIX. M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ollice, 654V4 Third st, Astoria, Ore.
Special attention given to all chronlo
DR. O. B. ESTEsi '
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Special attention to diseases of wom
en and surgery.
OfSce over Danzlgcr1 store, Astoria.
Telephone No. 52.
JAY TUTTLE. M. D.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND
Office, Rooms 6 and 6. Pvthinn
Building. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to
5. Residence, 63, Cedar street
To prevent fits and convulsions dur.
Ing toethliiar. mothers
have on hand St-e-e-dman's Soothina
Shoes and bl
buy our shoes, you will never have
the blues. The fall stock is now ready,
and every bit of the extravagance has
been taken out of the prices. Good
man & Co.
The Astoria. Wood TarH kn i j
a lot of dry oak wood which Is Just the
thing for those wishing a cheerful
i.re in ineir open grates this
vwiiilt. x.eave orders at rv.nii.kon',
t 4:- : .' 1
2 Quart Bud et aud Cover 7o.
3 " " i. ,),
DOCTOR ALFRKD KINNEY,
OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE!
May' be found In his office until 1
o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until 2
P- m.. and from S until 7:30 evenings.
CHOICE LOTS In Hlll'n Soonnil AHHI.
tlon to Ocean Grove, Seaside. Prices In
rem a oi au.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
pun Crap Cream of Tartar Pow,i
Jl 1-2 feet; grosa nnnar aam Ammonu. Atumotiny ether adultery,
'1 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
CALL ON P. BAKER, 478 Third 3'
....I 1. .... . ...
... ig your clothes
WHEN IN PORTJ.AND-Cairn'
Handky & Haas, 159 First street, and
get the Dally Astorian. Vlsltnr.
not miss their niornin tino- ,v...-
. SOCIETY MEETINGS; '
PILOT COMMr3SIONEJ5b-Tha re
ular meetings of this brd Z hlu
ou th? first Monday of each month !
.0 a. ,. at jH1
"Cr- VV. L. Kobb. Sec.
Lnlern Gloi.cs C?,
lhe Astoria R, h,.ii ""' Tmee"PCT of
tion are held at r ""1an Assocla
yedne7dahye1 uenevieve street aoujh of Chenamua
W. L. ROBB. Secretary!
OCEAN ENCAMPMENT Na 13. L o"
O. r . Kegular meetings of OceaS r
ONLY TH3 PUREST Wlnw .n
hauor, are sold at Ale, bell".
W?'E? AND BRANDTPC! T- .
fandel wine InOoT-1"
Fifty cents per gallon Tw. L. fcX
Pach and apricot h-
Cocnao and win. t A Siln