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pnper on the Columbia river that pub
lishes genuine dmpatenes.
The WeeTdy Axtorlan, the third old
est weekly In the itate of Oregon, has.
xt to the Portland OreKonian, the
largest weekly circulation lu the state.
Handler & Trnn.3 are our Portland
stentn B,nd copies of the Astorlun can
te hnd every morning at their eland
on First street.
AMERICA AND ARMENIA.
Commenitlng on President Cleveland
tardlnesa In appolrJBlntr a commissioner
to join with European powers In mat
in? invent I Ration a regarding the report
ed Armenian outrages, the New York
The United Stall ea does not propose
to become the "seventh European pow
or." It has no denlre to meddle with the
Berlin treaily of 1878, nor in any way to
become Involved In tire Old World poV
ilths. Even without the present ex
tnaordJnary caution of th BtOittfmian
who only the other day wia lntrlgueing
Vr the retftortiltlon 1 of tha Haiwulliui
ttum'aifehy and offensively Mustering
agulinMlt Japani, there would be no dan
ger of our Joining the Triple Alliance
cr se-Wng (territorial ag-gituidlzement
In Central Aada. But we take It thult aa
a olvlllzen nation tlie United States
, Is InltoreHlted In alt things that appeal to
oommon humanity. "Man," LoweJl Bald
'.'Is more than comfll tuitions;" more, too,
than trea'tlle and red tape. And when
atrocities are committed wWoh make
the Mood of the world run oold, (t can
not be lanviss for this gvvertrmit to
wake some Inquiry and some express
Blon of Its sentiments regurdlinff them.
6uu.i, Indeed, has hitherto teen our
policy under more tluui one admlnMna
lon. When, In 1840, the Jews of Da-
miasous wet's being sorely persecuted
on aowount of their rellg'lon, the secre
. tory of stalte, Mr. FoinyrJh, promptly
inatrmtted our charge d'affailrs at Con
Mfantlnoplo to Interpose Ms gwjd offlct
in theilr Wialf; not because there wei-e
any Amarloan citizens among1 them, but
'because they were being lll-treultjed and
oppressed, and because uimong their
kindred were to be found aome of the
most worthy and paitrlotilo of our cdtl-
Kens. AgaJn, In 1872, whan almllar perse-
outlons wore Waged against Ithe Jews of
Wallaivla and Moldaivlo, Mr. Fish, scc
.rotary of stuito, Indtrucited Mr. Curtin,
mlnlntor at St, I'tUerwburg, to express
Ito the Russian government the sympa
thy felt here for the oppressed, In or
dur ithiiit that g'overnmenit milghlt be
moved 'Ho dlsoh'a'rge its duty as ft pro.
'tf.-ltlng power, puiuant to the oblN
pitlono of Ithe trcuvty between cortuln
Euruiiuan stuitca." True, an said Mr,
Flub, ithe United StoJtes was nolt a par
ly ito tluat itrenty, and had no wish to
'IMorfiTe In publla affaJra In thut part
of the woi-ld. Hut he grtevanca was so
Krwait as to be tot.moiolitan In charac
ter, wnd to kutertist all countries In lu
There lore Other Blmllar cases in our
clplomaitlo lilntory, and they ore credit
iUble to us a a olvlllzeii nation. To
My thalt the OhnlsUium of Armenia muy
be outraged land butchered nt the will
of their oppressors, and yet this gov
mment mut net speak a word In their
beh iilf, becnuso It Is nut a pjuy to the
Berlin trrtiity of 1S7S, and lias mt ben
lnvll.Hl by any of the sl'mitlory jewels
to liiterfeiv, Is to put us outside the pulo
(f cunniiMi humiinlty. Woul Mr, Clove
l.md or Mr. Oreaham refuse to cave a
(lrv)viiing mim tiiiiply because he "had
not beuu Inlnxlucod?"
Tho Jaiuaii-se are Kitting- uninpular
A ten. mi .Nl.svs elk-patch j
f,..,i.i Ti..n Tjln vI:l Ijmil.m a ,vr "rh
it'n.. No. 6,r7 Conimnrclal street, Astoria,
Chinese hHer nt Wei II jj W4 deolure r., and will cotulnu business ut wild
1.1,. .. ,,,wl..r mum, m,.l ,u.,ii..at f
they will leave t!i..t i.I.ue immediately ' " "--r ald name, and request of
' tli- IMibllo th Kime imtnmaBe ht-retiv
tijion -ho iivi.ir-.ineo of tho Jane, "f..v euj.iyfd by said firm, Ktlarntiv1ii
An fully xolulv, the,t Ci!:liiln'
1,1 Hun;; Oliiinn;, In his secret reiHirt
tn the Kniiviv,r, admlta th:it he cannot
i ih ,!vaiuo of the vbttiMloua
,,.,,,., Rn,I j,,,res ahe wmt of rail-1
more tii.ui tha hwk of troops.
Yt . a feilow cm tvrt.iinly trot away
lt on a iMlli-tvid train than on fmi.
II Wollili'lflll p.
in f.-r t!
nev Kus - IJ
rrt j -fc ii
-aitnt for, Mm.ihii.fr l'Walvin. Try them.
v..,!j , -v, cn.jCf price's Crcnrn Baklfj Por
for lK-r art und faMilon, unA hrf wine
and s'.lk.j. The Fremiti pcwwli are
Isuullordtf and bond-holders. The public
honor In money rnat!t-rs Is not ques
tioned. TheTe 1b no fool parity seeking
to confiscate tha credit of the country
by (V.sipu'Ung 'Hie land titles or the
rilianJarda of value.
Col. Breckinridge's candidacy for the
unite 13 i1aula)ted ito hasten the wip
ing oult of the small mnjortty by which
the De-mocriats still madntialo their slip
pery hold upon Kentucky.
The South may furcidsh a prenlden
tlal cand Malta before miay years pass,
'but from president IndlomUons the Re
publicans are more likely to go there
for one Wian the Dora.icrljits.
M a lste hour Tuestfay night the ex
curHicmists on the Pcltter selected a com
mlitee composed of C. R. Thonifion,
D. K. Warren, P. O'Hara, H. B. Parker,
jnd John. H. Smith, tofmme resolutions
u-hl. h read as follows:
Whercha, lny the generous Hberallty
of the O. R. snd N. Co., the members
of 'the Chkumber of Commerce of Asto.
ria, tha cl'ty council nd the press of
Astoria, have been treai'ed to a delight
ful excursion to Portland on board Ue
'elegtai-lt excuiralon eUUmer T.J.Potiter, In
whlcli ' every comfort and convenience
have been affrnxled them through the
aiewtlon of fta agwnts; th?refore be it
Resolved, ty us, the guests of ald
flttftim'er, In meeting assembled, that we
take ItMs mdthod of attesting our high
appreclaltlon of Ithe hoe;i4tiaillty thus
tfhown us by the company and Us
agartts and represenlUatllves; and we
hereby tender to them our sincere
thiamks for those generous favors; and
be It further
Resolved, thalt a copy of these reaolu
tlons be presented to Receiver McNeill,
and also a copy of he eume be given
to th pr?es for publlcaUon.
Notice Is hereby given to oil whom It
may concern, that the undersigned has
been duly appointed the assignee of 1.
W. C;is.a. and that he has nu.alliled as
such assignee by filing with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Clatsop County, his bond
us required by law. All persons hav
Int? claims against said I. W. Case are
notified to present the same to the
bndcrslgned, duly verified, at the otilce
of the Afltorla National Bank, In the
elty of Astoria, In said county, within
three months from this date.
Puted at Astoria, Oregon, this 11th
day of November, 1804.
V. K. WARREN.
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the great
Blood purifier, gives freshness and
clearness to the completion and cute
Constipation, ?5 r.ts.. SO cts , 11.00.
For Sale by J. W. Conn.
Astoria, Oregon, November 28, 1894.
Notice is hereby given that the un.
dOTwigned, administrator of the estate
,. , T .. T, l,n,n nnnnanH V, nu.1
In the County Court of the State ot I
Oregon for Clatsop County, my final
account as such administrator, and the
same has been by said court set for
hearing Wednesday, January 9th, 1SU5,
at the hour of 10 o clock a. m. at court
house at Astoria, Or. All persons Inter
tuted therein are hereby notified to then
and there appear and show cause If
nriy why the ald account be not nl-
lowed, and the administrator discharge
ed. JAMES. W. HAKE,
SHILOH'S CURE In Bold on a grar
antee. It cures Incipient consumption.
It is the best Cough Cure. Only one
cent a dose. 25 cents, 50 cts., and 11.00.
For Sale by J, W. Conn.
All persons taring cMms euf iinslt the
etn,te tit M. Weat, detHWsed, are re
quested to present 'theiin duly verified,
the underMig-nad exectMom of ithe
labt will amd tesr lmenlt of the deceased,
within six moniths from this date, at
Dwerniber 18, 1894.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve In the world for Cuts.
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum.
'ever Sores, Tetter. Chnnted Ilnnds.
Chilblains, Corns, und All Skin Erup
tions, onil positively cures Piles, or no
IKiy required, It Is guaranteed to give
ivrfoet satisfaction, or money refunded,
t'rice, 25 cents tr Ixix. For sali bv
Chus. Rocers, Odd Fellows' building.
State of Ohio, County of Toledo, Lu
cas county, bs.
Frank L. Cheney makes oath that
he Is the senior partner of the firm of
J. Chv'iiey & Co , doing business In
tho H:y of Toledo, Cininty and Btate
forenaiil, and that the slid firm will
puy the sum of OM'l llUNDHED POL
LAHS for wu h and every case of ca
tarrh that oiiuiot be cured by the use
of Hull's Catarrh Cure.
FliANK. J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed
In my presence, tills 6th day of Dwcm
ber, f-b6 A. W. ULEASON,
(nl.) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internal
ly und 'net directly on the blood and
nnicotis surfaces of the system. Staid
for tehtlmoiitils, five.
F. J. CHENEY ft CO.
Sold by druggists. "5 cents.
Notice Is hereby given that the under.
;,;s c'honis', ilecased, In the iwrtneis
sliu bui'ltn-t. of Tal Wall Lunir Kee I
trti same cuiinesy nervtotore extenat-a
lecenilKr d. 1SH.
LEE Sl't MAN,
Ll'I RKU ENG.
Mrs. T. S. Ilawklue, ChattRnoei.'a,
Tcnn , ssys, "Shllor's Vlt'tllfr 'SAVTD
MV I.1FK.' I consider It the best rem-
edy fur a debilltat- svsi. m I ever
u-ii. I'nr jysiM'm, i.tvtr or M4.-
ney tronhle. It exeell. 1'itve 'i eta.
l'Vr Sale by J. W. Conn.
All the patent nWk-.inca advertlsrd 1
In nils ih',.' t, juiretiiiT witn tn ctiulo- ,
ent i frfutnery, and toilet artlclea, etc., !
in l c li.o'i'ht nt the lowest nil.-ca at i
- w- C"nn' dm more, opposite Oo-!
rn uirti pi-vru'iiin i" i"i'tt nn
'tv9," whn you buy 8t--e-tinMin'
These three C's are in
valuable in life. To make
sure of them all, use
whenever you have a lame
back, sciatica, stiff joints or
any similar pain or ache.
If T Alwr t"'1" "P"" lvilC "AlX
ciKK'ft," you will never be disappointed.
Allcock's Corn Shields,
Allcock's Bunion Shields,
Have do equal as a relief and curt for coma
are a safe, reliable remedy for blliom
headache and similar troubles.
The undersigned, administrator of the 'pons attached foHUnlterest from Janu
estate of Caroline Hansen, deceased, ary 1st, 1895. .
has nied In the county court of the! The successful bidder will be required
State of Oregon, for Clatsop County, to deposit within forty-eight (48) hours
his final account as Buch administrator, after the award of the contract an P
and the said court has set Wednesday, proved certified oheck for flve(a) per cent
January th, 1895, at 10 o'clock a. m. of the par value of the bonds, payable
for hearing thereon, at the courthouse at Astoria, Oreron, to the order of the
in said county and state; all persons Clerk of the Water Commission of the
having any Interest therein are requir-;Clty of Astoria, Oregon as liquidated
damages In case the oioaer snouia tail
cause If any, why the said account be
not allowed and the administrator be
November 19th, 1894.
Notice Is hereby given thalt I have
been duly appointed administrator of
the iestulte of Esther Taylor, deceased,
All persons (having claims against said
orttalte re requested to present tins
ime to me, duly verified, within six
months from the date of this notice',
and all persons indebted to said estate
are requested to pay the amount of
such indebtedness to me.
DflJted at Astoria, Oregon, this 18th
day of December, 1894.
E. A. TAYLOR.
Notice Is hereby given that I have
been duly appointed administrator of
ithe estate of James Taylor, deccaixd.
All persons 'hiving claims against Mid
0t;ute arc requested to present the
Bi'me to me, duly verified, within six
months from the date of this notice;
ind all persons Indebted to said estate
ore requested to pay the amiount cf
such Indebtedness Ito me.
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 18th
day of December, 1894.
K. A. TAYLOR.
CURE FOR HEADACHE.
As a remedy for all kinds of headache
Eledtrio Bitters has proved to be the
very bt. It effeoU a permanent cure,
and the most draaded (sick headaches
yield to Its Influence. We urge all who
iare afillcted to procure a bottle and
give the Bitters a fair trial. In cases
of haiJItiial oonstli nation, Headache,
Fainting Spells, or are Nervous, Sleep
less, Excitable, Melancholy, or troubled
Willi Dizzy Spells, Eledtrio Bitters is
the Medliolne you need. Health and
Strength are guaranteed by Its use.
Large bottles only fifty cents, at Chas.
Rogers' drug store, Odd Fellows' build
ing. "ROCK ME TO SLEEP, MOTHER."
The poem, "Rock Me to Sleep, Moth
er," was written by Elizabeth Akers
Allon, known otherwise as "Florence
Percy." It Is a general favorite, for
Lt is a sweet little touch of home life.
But there lHanWrhor sldie to the picture.
Many a mother rocks her child to sleep
Who oan neither rest nor sleep herself.
She Is always tired, has an everlasting
backache, Is low spirited, weary, ner
vous, and all that. Thanks be, she oan
be mired. Dr, Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription will do the work. There 1b
nothing on earth like lt for the "com-
lialnts" to which the sex are liable.
Onoa used, It Is always In favor.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets are specific for
biliousness, headaches, constipation,
piles and all kindred ailments.
FAGE LIKE A BURN
Bloody Water Oozod Out Constantly,
AO Peace Day or Night. Doctor
Fullod. Cured by Cutlcura.
Hychlld'i disunite, which was the worst kind
Of icuiua, started unoiieuhmii likea ringworm.
xt atreuu ami m-uwu ao ins
(ioor liula I vllow had no peace
niKniortmy. mtn it ataneu
on 1 ho oilmr chwik and chin,
until all wore raw aa pteve
vi mxjiaiouK, iik0 a uurn
here you would rub oil tli
skin, and bloody watr oocod
oik voimumly. Ilia auiler
Ingi wore Uirrible I know, at
iitottftu hswna nut a?x months
old and could not t'll how ha
aullitred. 1 timlhia halula that
he would not lorait b, tlioil ha wtmld rub hit
)r liitlo chwks nu hit ahoulders to relieva
ins intruiMt lit'hiuir, 1 bud as kou a doctor
as waa it I'hilwli'lj dita, but he filled to rolieva
him. I read of the ( i rici'Ki Rkmkoiks, and at
nmht ho ril without ikrouliliiif hi fa.-e, ami
mm that 011 he Improved and aoon wh entirely
curol. i would likeanyuna uitorin from this
t,rr,IM dio to my buy, who la In hi
twelliU ymr now. Ilia complexion la aa dear
, ,,, u , 'n.,i la an uuaolielt..d
,.,iiiuo.i.al, and avorv wmd ta true. I thank
;,m! for my rhtld'a rw-overy, and 1 thauk Uie
uiauutacmreruii rui'i s.
Mm. K. B. GAMBLE.
N. For:v;ecoad St., 1 hiladelnhia.
COTICCEA WORKS WOSDEHS
And hnveeffiH'ti-l the niot wondorfil ennw of
. ..... ...... ,un
jHMiit to a !ih-v etii-,i wdt-o the ueet uuaiciAua
ud all etoer Kmi'dies (ail.
PmM IhrfM -dflnt tVa vorM. IM, Ci-TtrrnA,
IVV.; Hmi-.'iitv; HK't'i.vicHT, 1. JNittbb 1ill'
j8 How lo Cure tkio IHiun biiUImI fr.
Shinnml K't) purl tied nJ haullol
by tvtttVHA at. Atwoiaicif pur.
J Ir i'-'t'M
PROPOSAL FOR J200.000 WATER
BONDS OF ASTORIA, OREGON.
Office of the Water Commission of the
City of Astoria, Oregon.
December th, 1894.
Sealed proposals addressed to the
Cleric of the Water Commission of the
City of Astoria, Oregon, will be re
ceived at this office until January 10th,
lSDj, at Two (2) o'clock p. m., for two
hundred thousand (1200,000) dollars of
the bonds of this city In denominations
of one thousand (1,000) dollars each,
dated January 1st, 185, payable thirty
(30) years after date bearing Interest at
the rate of five (5) per cent per annum
payable on the first days of January
and July of auch year. Principal and
Interest are to be made payable In
U. S. gold coin at New York City, N.
Y. Said bonds are to be paid for and
delivered to the purchaser on the fol
lowing dates, and In te following
April 1st, 1895 $75,000.00
July 1st, 1895 75,000.00
October 1st, 1895 50.000.00
The bidder to rtey the accrued Interest
from January 1st, 1895, to the date of
delivery, In addition to the prices bid.
These bonds are to be Issued under
authority of the act of the Legislative
Assembly of the State of Oregon passed
Feb. lth, 1891. The proceeds are to be
used for the construction of water
works, and will be delivered with cou-
or neglect to take and pay for the
bonds according to the terms of the
Dronosal. advertisement and contract
The Water Commission reserve the
right to reject any or all bids. The Sfal
d envelop con airing proposals should
be addressed to the undersigned, and
marked "Proposals for Purchase of wa
By order of the Water Commission of
the City of Astoria, Oregon.
H. G. VAN DUSEN,
Clerk of the Water Commission.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals addressed to H. G.
VanDusen, clerk, and endorsed "Pro
posals for construction of Astoria water
works," with name of party submitting
bid, will be received by the Water
Commission of the City of Astoria, Or
egon, until two o'clock p. m. of the 10th
day of January, 1895, for the supplying
of labor and materials for the construc
tion of a complete system of water
works Involving the following items:
Diverting works ; a gravity conduit con
slsting of 7 1-2 miles of 18-inch wood
stave pipe; 3 miles of lG-lnch and one
mile of 14-lnoh steel rlvetea pipe; a
6,009,000 gal. reservoir; a masonry lined
tunnel 900 foot In length; and a distrib
uting system requiring 28,000 feet of
new pipe, 36,000 feet of pipe laying, 91
hydrants; gates and all appurtenances
necessary to make a complete system
Plans are on file in the office of the
Water Commission, and specifications
and form for projiosals can be obtained
by application to the clerk.
W. W. PARKER,
H. G. VAN DUSEN,
A. L. Adams and R. C. Gemmsl, Eit
Astoria, Oregon, December 4th, 1894.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned, administrator of the estate
of Antoine Magne, has filed In the
County Court of the State of Oregon,
for Clatsop County, his final account
as such administrator, and the said
Court has set Friday, December 2lst,
1894, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.,
at the County Court rooms, In the
Court House at Astoria, Oregos, as the
time and place for the hearing there
of, and that all persons Interested
therein, are notified to then and there
appear and show cause if any there
be, why the same be not allowed and
the administrator discharged.
Administrator of the estate of An
toine Magne, Deceased.
$10. $ 1 2.1)0.
The best offer of the season.
$10. & $12.50.
6oo Commercial St.
(Cor. W. 9th.)
Snap A Kodak
at anynnn coming out or
our store and you'll get a
ortntlt of a nwn brimming
ner with pleasant thoi'Klii.
Buch quality Id tbn liquors
we nave toonrare,nMi$li lo
PLESE ANY MAM..
Corrje and Try Them.
HUGHES & CO.
BEAUTIFY YOUR HOMES.
Japanese gold and other metal paints
decorates everything. Star Enamel for
wlckerware, vases, furniture, etc. Call
and see samples of work, at
B. F. ALLEN'S,
571 Commercial street
It astonishes the old time makers to
see how the fishermen bave taken to
Marshall's twine the last few years and
of last season over all the otber
boats on the rivet used MARSHALL'S
Because it is thr strongest. Because
it has not been weakened by bleaching.
Because it is sold with a gu:irnutee that
if it does not prove satisfactory it can be
brought back at the end of the season.
Str. R. P.
Leave for Tillamook Every foar Days as tear
as the (neather mill permit.
rbe steamer R. P. Elmore connects with Union Pacific steamers for Portland and
through tickets are issued from Portland to Tillamook Bay points
by the Union Pacific Company. Ship freight
by Union Pacific Steamers.
ELriORE, SANBORN & C,
UNOIN PACIFIC R. R.
The Packers of Choice
!olumbia River Salmon
AJtorla Pk f Co-.-...-.
Astoria.... Booth A. Pk'gCo 1
I Hhwk Diamond
George A Barker
J, Q UeglerJICo.
Iiherraen'i Pk Co.
) Fishermen'. ..
HOW TO SAVE MONEY.
Fny Tour GROCERIES and PROVISIONS
Wo linnle the beat itooda and deliver free to
siiot cash, and poll ecHKia cheaper than any
your name and addrea, and we will mail yon our new price list, which will be ont
aoon. We offer today : Climax tobacco. 40 cent pound.
California granulated tauar in 100 lb I Bet coal oil per cae Si. 8-1
aek $500 Arbiiokle't CorTe per ponnd. ... '22','
Heat branda of floor per barrel.... i 15 I California aymp 5 Ral kes.... l.t'i
Royal rk Powder 5-lb cans 2.00 j Sapolio per doxen bars 85c
Bond ua a liat of wbat yoa need, and we will make yon epecial prices
flARK L. COHN & CO., 146 Front St. Portland.
Tha Followinu ComonniM I
Grman-Amerlcan, New York City. N. Y.
Union Fire and Marine, of New Zealand.
National Fire and Marine Ins Co., of Hartford.
Connecticut Fire Ina. Co.. of Hartford.
Hnne Mutii'l 1ns. f '.. San Francisco.
New York Plate tilass Ins. Co.
Phctr.li, of Uniloa. Iir.prll, of London
Do You Want
A hnrae und burnt; to Bliow real
Do You Want
To bourd a ho-.-ac Uy ttio tuoiitliV
Do You Want-
Any hauling done of any do
Do You Want
Any coal delivered ? If ao coll on
THE USTOSIA TRANSFER CO'S
Livery and Sale Stables. Telephone 12.
Set and Sit
Have different meanings. You can
set a hen, but you cannot sit on one
Chairs are the Proper Things
To sit on. and we have the largest
cheapest and most artistic line ever
brought to this city.
1 Your choice
Should not be made before looking
over our stock.
HEILBORN & SON.
S. H. WILLETT,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
Hot Air, Steam and
Water He ating.
179 Twelfth Btreet, Astoria, Or.
ROSS HIGGINS & CO.
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Astoria and Upper Astoria.
Fine Teas and Coffeef , Table Delicacies, Domestic
and Tropical Fruits, Vegetables, bugar
Cured Hams, Bacon, Etc.
Choice Fresh and Salt - Meals.
Out enstomers, or any
one who bus ever worn
our shoea, and the reply
"There Is none better."
The fit of our coods k
unequuieil. the near
speaks for itself. Die
style is seen at u glance,
the price sells them nt
select from and
JOHN HAHN & CO. ut all prices.
- Age ts, Astoria
CO., Agent, Portlnd.
f Aitoria Pk'gCo. !
Kinney's I M, 1. Kinney.
(John A. le vim..'
A. Booth & Sons .
uutuug ruw... 9lll KrancUco
i..,;..,V Oeorce & Barker Aatoria..
J. O. Megler...-
of ns. and wo will eae von money.
train or boats. We bny and sell for I
older firm in t country. Send na
florth Pacific Bremepy
JOHN KOPP, Prop.
Bohemian Lager Beer
And XX POUTER.
All orders promptly attended to
STILL IN THE LEAD.
Columbia River and Fuget Sound Nav
iry' onxay.' '.''iUiy-i-v; .vt?.
Leaves Astoria for Portland and way
landings at 7 p. m. daily, Sunday ex
cepted. Leaves Portland everv day except Sun
day at 7 a. m.
. W. S 1 UINE,
Telephone No. 1L
E. A. Seeley, Gen'l Agt., Portland.
U. B. Scott, President.
Between Altorla snd Portland
WINTER TIME TABLE.
Steamer otirah Dixon leaves Astoria
Monday morn ins for Portland at 6
o'clock, nnd Tuesday and Thursday
evening at 5 o'clock. Returning leaves
Portland Sundj.y morning at 7:30 and
Monday and Wednesday evening at
Round trip 52.00; single trip, $1.25.
Upper bertha 00 cents; lower berths,
75 cents; meals, 25 cents.
SHAVER TRANSPORTATION CO.
EVlKY requisite TOR
: first Class Fanerals :
A 1 -
POfiLt'S UnJertakir;g Parlors,
Rates Reasonable. Embalming a Specialty
QUICK TIM 15
fiLIi FOIJITS I?l CSLIfOKfllfl
Via the Mt Shasta Route of the
The Only Ifcute Through Califor
nia to Points East and South
THE SCENIC ROUTE OF
THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMN BUFFET SLEEPERS
SEON -CLASS SLEEPRES
Attached to express trains, affording
superior accommodations for second
For ratex, tickets, sleeping car reser
vations, etc., call on or address E. P.
ROGERS, Assistant General Passen
ger and Freight Agent, Portland. Or.
A LOCK v
Is something you want, if
not today, you will want is
ometime. We keep carpen
ter's tools too, and if this
tveather will only pull itself
together you will want plenty
of Hardware of which we
have a plenty only waiting your call.
J. IJ. WYATT,
A. V. ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, FeedjTrovisions, FriKfs,
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Cess mi Siiuemoque Streets. Astoria, Ore.
Tho Original & Genuine
(WO liC KSTK RSHIRK)
Imparta the most dellciooa taste ana lest to
Hot & Cold nrats
Ha re bl ta.
Pg.WAff T OF IM.TAT1QM3.
Uke Kom tut Lei d Perrins.
Sifnatoie on rmj hoale original Ik gamine,
Jobm Daucajia Hona, Hew York.
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