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, ,. , , tin- lnri.'ctt cu-cuiuUun of any
H. '-r rui.ioiien on ttie Culumoia
Al..-riKi.irf rates tan be obtained on
r,il.,!."auuu w U buninei waJiager.
nN iiiiijiT is m pi-esenmon of all the
I, . .-, r.u.a frarichiBtb, and is tlia only
... , on tne Columbia river that pub-
: , a genuine tlilaun3.
The Wet-lily Astorlan, the third oia
ent v.i ikly in the eutte of Oregon, nan,
(i. sv tu Uie Portland OreKOinun, the
tawM nec-Wy circulation In the male.
li.ni'lley & Iiauo are our Portland
niiwiia aid copies of the Aatorlun can
W rtiiJ every morning at their gland
TIU5 HONOLULU TROUBLE.
It la unlikely that the so-called Hon
olululan revolution reported In last
nUUl's dlFpatehes wan a very serious
a flair, so far as any danger or over
throw to tho existing Kovernment li
concerned, but ft goes to prove the
truth of the statements so often made
by newspaper correspondents and oth-
crs who have had opportunity for per
ianal observation, that the government
11 not insecure, maintains Its authority
only by 8 system of constant vigilance,
and the prompt ferreting out and sup-
presslng of numerous plots for a gon
eral uprlnlng among the more Ignorant
natives which continue to be formed
by a class of foreigners still hoping foi
the restoration of the queen.
The matter will doubtless serve as t
pretext for the revival of much unfa,
vora-ble criticism of President Clevi
land's policy of indifference towards
the young republic, and the probability
that she may be driven to seek some
form of alliance wil'h England in order
to obtain that International standing
and community of Interest so essential
to the success and permanence of all
newly organized nations or govern
nienls of whatever form.
TUB DEMOCRATIC PLAINT
"Republicans block the way, but pro-
"puna nothing. They show how bad
."ev-'i-y measure is that Democrats at
tempt to pass, but suggest nothing
"belter." Such Is the babyish com
plaint of some of the journals and of
Incompetents ttt Washington. But it 1b
f ilse, says the New York Tribune. The
Republican" have shown for thirty
years how the treasury can be protect
ed from, danger, how the currency can
be made sound, and how Industry can
be made prosperous. Nothing is neces
sary except to h ave Republican laws
alone. The men who, Insist upon re
pealing or altering thuso laws, to suit
their own Ignorant notions or malignant
prejudices, must themselves face the
responsibility of malting changes, de
structive or otherwise. They do not
know how, to be sure. But why need
Here Is a monetary system that has
slo.nl unshaken through all tho llnan
cl:tt storms of many years, and has
b.'ii growing safer and stronger
every year except as it haM been
modified or threatened by Democratic:,
Silver, or Populist opposition. The men
who propose to change It ought, In
common decency, to be required to sub
mit BomethliHf radically better and at
h iiMt equally safe. Hut lnsteud they In
sist on smashing the system which Re
publicans have framed, and which
jimoy years of experience have Justl
tied, and then whine because Repub
lleans w lil not show them how to do
ilntt thing safely.
Here is a turlft system which has
helped the country to the greatest de
velopment ever known in any land or
ny , Modified a little In the dlrec
(Inn of Democratic, theories In 1SS3, It
v.'i-iied less wholesomely. Modified
iln In 1HSXI, in the direction of more
vU,.:'!iu:i protection, It realized benefits
iiultu unprecedented, "H10 men who
v r'nrn. il It were, with perfect justice.
t-.m.-pviied by the Republicans to take
i hiire r?poniUllity of providing a
. . -l i , .-r jy!item. They tried, and with
t!. .if t.'t!.;.tr peculation and a eor
M'; I.'"", fun-l ii'ude a m w tariff, and
:.-.iv tiny whine N'oatw Iiepiiblicnns
i.- t r- j'!y i he! them d,-ctor it.
, I -t ,it, il. .-;-rs. IVn i a la, or else
--t,i- .v. ok - '.v- ! Th? country
t-M y..u t ii nt you are disgroeefullj
; ,. ,-.!.., M m! must ft out In any
, . . :,f..r 9r.-h .. If yon Intdat upon
- i',!ir.-s until that, time In de-
,f li,'.ir.-l ivh.-lu-s of thei
, . i I ! .iv- II. hri u.b"ic to!
- ; i ';. l-.i, ii tt.iJ n
i .1 e the l-'iitue '
- .'. . " i
; , .,u tu c. IJ further !
, Hid Ut f.i.am !' I
Htion by putting the responsibility
n the n'ople, where It belongs, and
ltuvinjr the party they have chosen to
Ui.-t. m!i:c what measures, If any, shall
tu piiKs.-l at this session. Democrats
v,iio have not sense enough for that
course will naturally continue to curse
the country by legislative attempts as
childish as the passionate endeavor of
the Infant to pluck the moon from the
sky. But the country must stand It,
for It ebcted them.
The Democrats would gain more sym
pathy In their attempts at reforming
currency If they were dlposed to deal
candidly with the matter. They insist
that the depletion of the gold reserve is
due to the redemption of greenbacks
over and over again, and that the cur
rency system Is, therefore, to blame
for the misfortune. This is not true,
as everybody knows who has an intel
ligent understanding of the facts in the
case. The redemption of greenbacks
has been going on ever Blnce January
1, 1879. Throughout this period of Blx
teen years the same condition has ex
Isted that Is now declared to be the
source of a grave financial troulble. The
reserve was maintained until a recent
time that Is to Bay, until the Demo
cratic party obtained full control of
the government and began to manifest
Its Incapacity for the work with which
it was thus Intrusted. So long as Re
publican rule lasted there was no dif
ficulty In that direction. And yet the
"endless chain" that Cleveland speaks
of was In constant operation. Why did
the reserve remain Intact during all
of those years? Because the receipts
were equal to the expenditures, and
accordingly there was no monthly defi
cit to be made good by drawing upon
the reserve. That Is tho whole story.
One of the strongest Indications of
the effectiveness of tho new remedy for
diphtheria Is the appropriation of W.OOO
by the municipality of Paris for the
purchase of antltoxlne to be used In
thd hospitals. Tills expenditure would
not be made In a city so carefully
governed except on sound scientific
Judge Fullerton will decide tho qties.
tlon of the Oregon Pacific sale today,
and from recent advices in this city,
there Is little doubt that Messrs. Bon
ner and Hammond's right to the road
will be confirmed.
American cattle are beln? shut out of
foreign countries undtr the Democratic
tariff law, ibut Eastern papers complalr
that Mexican cattle are filling our mar
kets at prices which make competition
When the Republican! return to powei
they will not complain about Jlllleultler
In'herlted from the other party. They
cleaned up once after James Buchanan
under far more trying clrcumBtunceB,
BHWARI3 Oil" OINTMENTS FOR CA
TARRH THAT CONTAIN MER
CURY. Aa mercury will mirely destroy tlu
senae of smell nd comileltely derunire
the whole sywtem, when entering It
lilt rough the mucous surfUoes, Such in -tides
nfliould nevw bo used except on
presvrlp'.lons from reputable physician.
m the diiinrage 'they will do Is ten fold
to the Rood you can possibly derive from
llieni. Hull's Catarrh Cure, manufac
tured by V. 1. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.,
eonim-li's no mercury, and Is token in
U'l'iially, acting on the blood end mu
jous eui'fai-es of the system. In buying
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you ge;
die genuine. It Is 'taken Internally, and
made In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney
jl Co. TeHtlmoiilUils free.
Suld by druggists, 75 cents per bottle.
VERY MUCH OFF COLOR.
Are people who are troubled with chron
ic liver complaint. Rile In the blood
tinges the cuticle and even tho eye
balls, and nlHO manifests llaelt by un
iisiiiesH lit the riKht Bide mid beneath
the right shoulder 'blade, furred tongue,
naiiHi'ti, Nlclt headache, and an unplenH-
ant breath. It Is UHUiUly aecoiiiunled
hy coHilveneHS and dyspepsia. Fur the
iillineiit ilH.-lf, and ItH various mitiilt'eH
tatlons. Hosteller's Stomach Hitters is
a Hpeedy and complete remedy. Thin
standard medicine also prevents and
cures chills and fever, rheumatism
nervousness, and the infirmities lnet
dent to declining years. It builds up an
enfeebled physlmio and fortifies it
n villus t disease. Appetite and nightly
slumber arc promoted by It, snd It Is
a protector against the effects of a
wetting, of overwork, exposure and un
wholesome food or water.
DON'T TOUACCO SPIT OR SMOKK
YOUR LIFE AWAY.
Is the trufliful, startling title of a book
about No-To-ltc, die ha rink, guaran
tee-1 tolxieeo habit euro Mm biwes up
nloutiiilr.nl nerves, eliminates the nloo.
tln) ixlAxt, tnnlfcs wMk men gJlr
';ivng!.ii. visor end nisnhood. You run
no phy.xiaH, or liii.uicl.il risk, as Mo-io-H.ui
Is sold by l'h-.i. ltogem, dmg.!t,
uieler g!i tninle- to core or uioiie)
refuiubd. IWsik five, Addresa Sterling
Remedy Co., New York or Chioagvx
Send your sddivss to 11. E. Ducklen
Co.. Chicago. d pet a five sample!
if lr. K line's New Life pills. A trial
wl'l convince you of their merits. These
pills are i iiy In action and aro partleu-
liuly erT'i-tle In the cure of contipa-i
lion and sdek hentisehe. hor malaria
and liver troubles they liave been prov-
I Invaluaole. They are guaranteed to
is- perfectly fre .from any deleterious
substance and to t purely vegetable.
Piny do not weaken by their action,
but by giving tone to the stomach nnd
-,-..'! ptitlv invU-orute th sslem.
Ci ii:;ir .-o.e. 25 rents ier tvur. Sold bv
t-MS. Rogers, druirglat, OdJ rellovvs
Or. Price's Cream Daklnj Powder
A rOtJ CwiJ .VialJ VdwiaMr fair, o praixuK
treatment often prevents
the necessity for hospital
treatment. Every vise
housekeeper keeps an
on hand for immediate use
for congestion arising from
taking cold, for lame back,
sore muscles, sprains and all
sorts of pains and aches.
There are ImiiatloM by ih km. Be
ware of them. Cet the genuine Allcock's,
AUcock's Corn Shields,
.licock's Bunion Shields,
Have no equal u relief end cura lot comi
are of groat benefit In oases of torpid
liver, biliousness, and rheumatism.
Notlce Is hereby given to all whom It egoni have determined to Improve the
may concern, that the undersigned has aueyway running through blocks Num
been duly appointed the assignee of I. bere(i two (2), Three (3), Four (4), and
W. case, ana tnac ne nas quaimcu
such assignee by filing with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for ClatHop County, his bond
as reoulrcd bv law. All persons hav
ing claims against said I. W. Case are
notified to present the same to the
undersigned, duly verified, at the office
of the Astoria National Bank, in the
city of Astoria, in said county, within
three months from this date.
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 11th
day of November, 18'J4.
V. K. WARREN,
Notice Is hereby given that I have
been duly appointed administrator of
jhe ewlwite of Bather Taylor, deceased.
All persons having claims against said
asta'te are requested to present Chs
tame to me, duly verified, within six
months from the date of this nutice;
arid all persons Indebted to said ttat
are lviiuewted to pay the amount of
such Indebtedness to me.
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, tills 18th
lay of December, 1894.
E. A. TAYLOR.
Astoria, Oregon, November 28, 1894.
Kittli-e is hereby urlven that the un
dersigned, administrator of the estate'
if James I'. Metz, deceased, have filed
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Clatsop County, my final
iccount as such administrator, and the
mme has been by said court set for
hearing Wednesday, January 9th, 1895,
xt the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. at court
house at Astoriii, Or. All persons Inter-
sted therein are hereby notified to then
and there appear and show cause If
any why the said account be not al
lowed, and Ihe administrator discharg
ed. JAMES. W. HARE,
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. r
Notice Is hereby given that I have
been duly appointed administrator of
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.4 UM M.I-1' I'll UimBU W, LNRKIIb kltO
... . ji v.in.i -nnhin m-.
K ' J ' ' .
nu'ivths from the diute of this nance;
. . I ll ....d.na Innhla frt aa .1 M 9lA '
lis re(iuted to pay tne aimouni or
... i. i i..i. o.i,, i m. I
mu d at Astoria. Oregon, this 18th '
.tn v of l..pe,mber 1804. ;
K. A. TAYLOR.
No'loe is hereby given that 1, as ad
iilnlmtraitor of the estate of John W.
White, devemsed, have filed my final
vci-ou.'vt In the County Court of the
-unite of Oregn, for Clatsop County,
mil tlitit Wwlinesdiiy, the 6th day of
'(bruxry, 1X!H, nut 1 o'clock a, m., 1
'hi- time opiHiin'ted for th hearing of
ihjcotions to, and the tlnal settlement of
FRANK J. TAYLOR.
All persons having cltuhns again tho
"it.iirt of M. West, deomwu. ere re-
imlid to present them duly verified,
to tli uodeiMigned executors or ine
at will iiid tentlmemt of the deceeed,
within wlx months from tliJs date, at
December IS, 1S94.
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins. Chnttnnonpa,
Tenn., says, "Shllnr's Vltallier 'SAVI'D
MY LIFE. I consider It the best rem'
edy for a debilitated system I ever
used." For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kid
ncy trouble, It exeells. Pilve 75 cts.
For Suie by J. w. uonn.
BAD ULCERS Oil LIMBS
rivo yours Kuflbring. Could not Sleep
or AVorlc from Itching
and Burning. Six Doctors could do
No'lln-. Kellcf In the
First Application. Perfect Curo ly
I hnd on boih ipt lotrs, for flvs years, three
Tory l..-d uleurn, two oi one, anil ous ou ths
oUior jual tuliillia lio.iCiilmvutliBanklo.aa large
as a nvs coin intsie whu-a
linn hid so uiiieh night and
lay, that I Dual. I not sleep
for tlin itching unit burning.
1 Imil id got iiji three or four
liniiiisniKlil. 1 iil not know
wlmt to do wiih rnjuelf ns I
eniild not tnrk. t ailed a
iliwior to look at tlu-in, but
In) iliit me no K'XiU, suit tn
all.hnilsix ot ths beat (loo
ter I could but they
eonlil ilo notlOiitf. I aiuti.t
manyilolbrson dinerent kimis of aatvs, to no
g'xuf. no I I ku un all hiiea ot ever getting
cuied. Noi h.ug itiil mo any giKil, untlll tried
Ccnei'K KKaaiuKS. Tim jimt appltnitlon my
lf In aan to feel twiicr, tlw lu-hiiir, nirt nig
and Imrolng stieil. 1 kept on with tlu-ni,
ami niter mini: lor three mouths, 1 was entirely
Cured. 1 ued aeviMi Imxea ot t'CTlCVKA, on
cake of Ccriei'sv Sir, sail thrw botiltw ot
Ci'lioCMA Kkiuu.vknt, and thev sra til txwt
reinodiea for akin li4enni.a 1 ever utwil. 'iiv
yrart I suiterwd, ami ran prove It b people
where I now Hie. If anyone iluiitu tlila, writs
to me, slid 1 will tell thoni -it rt Ilia prwiuint of
tilraauro what t i nccnt Krswirs have done.
I i iniiot apeak Iik hmhW of the t'cTioea
Rkmkkins, and shall rrvomiurmt n,,-m in others
a sure cure. !-:. u. liKNPKK'KSON,
M HildKe hi., lrcatou, N. J,
RESOLVENT CURES BABY
I wl(i to let even-one know what rood the
fi'TH-t K.l ltKMi.yKTli.iilmefornivliulegtrt.
FiMinooe year old till iliree. she was one iiuut
ul one and .-.il. nil oyer her fin, hainls, and
lioily, 'I'rlcHl aeyeral rloelera without rellof. At
I tiear.l of ike t tiithab, ImmihIii aevea
luialee of (he Ci tii i a IvtHnLVKNT, ami she
whs cured, bhe la now pmii veara old tuid a
h'-.il liy child, tht.ika to ill Cithtu KJKauv
uT. KHANK T. IICIITX AP,
HUi Forry Ave., War-l n,s..uih Caiudea,X. J.
Suld ererywWre, Pili-e. CiTu raji, We.; Pruw
-.; ttta-i'i rritT, (1. I'uttcii lHra od t'nia
t'-'uir., tHile 1'mp., liostoo. AI1 About Uy Akla,
t " Y'C r1 rtlV Par'He1 n luua
LA J I O byCuticantsusyiy. AbautalsOy (Maiw,
EIGHT BkVTlt &WtE&f a&Aisa tfd
Notice is hereby given thai the Com
mon Oonneil of the City of Astoria,
propose to establish the grade of Eight
eenth street, in cne wwn inow uu
of Astoria, Oregon, as laid out and re
corded by J. M. Shively, from the north
elfin (if FYanklln avenue to the north
side of Grand avenue alt elevations above
the base of grades for the City or arc
Ir.ft as established toy yrainence ino. ii,
I entitled "An ordinance eataWlshing a
base of grade" for the streets of the
rsttv of Aatorta." as follows, towlt:
Ait the crossing? of Eighteenth trtret
and Fmnklln avenue, 25 feet, and at
I th Intersection of 18th street with the
i nrtrth line of Grand avenue, 4!) leei
Isald crosrtlntT of 18th street and Frank
lin avenue to be level, the grade to be
i nt ven elevialtlon througinoui ine wiaitn
!of the- street at any given point, and
I upon a Wtraight or even slope between
the points aoove owigimcu.
1 And unless a remonstrance signed by
I the owners of three-fourths of the
: property fronting on said portion of
said street be filed with the Auditor
Innrt Police Judge within ten days from
! the final publication of this notice, to-
Iwtt, on wedivesaiay, r eoruary win, ioa,
the Common Council will establish said
By order ot tne common urunui.
Attestl K. 08BURN.
Auditor and Police Judge.
Astoria, Oregon, January th, 189o.
Notice Is hereby given that the Com-
mnn rminell of the Cltv of Astoria. Or-
Flve al ju tnat part of the City ot
Agtorla aid out and recorded toy John
Adalr from tne wegt gide of 38th
, tn t ,lne of 42 Btreet, by
piling said alleyway throughout the
full width thereof, with new and sound
fir piles and planking to the full width
and estatuisnea graae or saiu aueyway.
Said Improvement to be made In ac
cordance with plans and specifications
and ordinances In relation thereto.
The lands and premises upon which
the special assessment shall be levied
to defray the cost and expense of such
Improvement and the district embrac
ing; said lands and premises, 'be and
the same are designated as follows,
Commencing at the northwest corner
of Block 2, and running thence easterly
on the north line of Blocks 2, 3, 4, and
5, to the northeast corner of said Block
5. and running thence southerly to the
southeast corner of said Block 6, and
thence westerly on the the south
line of said Blocks 6, 4, 3, and 2, to the
southwest corner of said Block 2, and
thence northerly to the place of be
ginning; containing all of said Blocks
2, 3, 4, and 6, all In the town (now city)
of Astoria, Oregon, as laid out and
recorded by John Adalr.
Estimates of the expense of such Im
provements and plans and diagrams of
such work or Improvement, and of the
locality to be Improved, have been de
posited by the City Surveyor with the
Auditor and Police judge ror puonc
examination, and majf be inspected at
the office of such officer.
At the next regular meeting of the
Common Council, after ten days from
the final publication of this notice, to
wlt: on Wednesday, February 2th, lSHo,
at the hour of 7.i3J p. m., at the City Hall,
the said Council will consider any ob
jections to such Improvement being
made, and If a remonstrance against
such Improvement, signed by persons
owning more than one-half of the prop
erty In such district herein described
and in whloh the special assessment
Is to be levied shall be filed with the
Auditor and Police Judge before ths
Pounn . no much imnrovement or work
shall be ordered except Dy tne con-
n 1 PminMlmim aant
yni" " ; ,: Jl. Vi
HnU 11 HUUII VK II1UI1D H a PIIU11 UC OIH""
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of all the property tn such district and
filed with the Auditor and Police Judge
bsfore the said time of meeting of the
I rV..ll n .nh lmnrnv.rn.nl
or work shall be ordered In any event,
By order of the Common Council.
.Attest) K. OSBURN,
Auditor and Police Judge.
Astoria, Oregon, January-18, 18io.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the office of the Auditor and Police
Judire of the City of Astoria, until
Tuesday. January 22. 1895, at the hour
of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, for
corduroying a portion of Young's Bay
county road, at a cost not to exceed
$525.00 for a distance not less than
Thirty-five Hundred Feet, at such
places as the Committee on Streets and
Public Ways may designate.
Materials shall consist of new and
sound fir, spruce or hemlock poles,
puncheons, or split timber.
Roadway must be leveled up trans.
versely, stringers placed lengthwise of
the road, firmly bedded.
Covering shall be of regular length
and laid to a line, and when of differ
ent thickness must be laid by notching
over stringers and by adzing, as to
make a comparatively smooth surface
The material used shall be subject to
the approval of the street department,
all work to be done In a good and
workmanlike manner, and completed to
tine satisfaction of the street depart
All material and work must be strict
ly In accordance with specifications on
file In the office of the Auditor and
The right to reject any or all bids
is hereby reserved. Bids must be made
on 'blanks furnished by the city.
By order of the Committee on Streets
and Publio Ways. ,
Attest: K. OSBURN,
Auditor and Police Judge.
Astoria, Oregon, January 18, 1895.
THE INFLUENCES OF CLIMATE ON
It cannot be denied that Influence pf
climate upon health U great, and It u-
In recognition of this fact that physi
cians send Datlents suffering with pul
monary diseases to great distances for
"change of air." But wnen tne surrerer
hapiiens to be too poor to act upon
the advice his lot is hard indeed. Hut
it Is not necessarily hopeless. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
can be had at any medicine store, and
to it thousands whose cases were con
sidered desperate owe their lives.
I'P to a certain point In the progress
of consumption. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery Is a positive remedy,
But delay Is dangerous with consump
tion. In all the conditions that lead to
It, the "Discovery" Is the remedy. With
severe lingering coughs of weak lungs.
nothln acts so oronioltv. Every di
sease that can be reached through the
oiooci yields to th s medicine. The
scrofulous affections of the lunsrs that's
called consumption Is one of them. For
mis. and for every other form of scrof
ula, for all blood-taints and disorders.
and all chronic bronchial, throat and
lung affections, the "Discovery" Is the
only remedy so certain, that, once used.
ii u aiwaji m ravor.
Can anything else be "Just as good"
for you to buyt
Don't you believe It.
BIirLOH'3 CURB Is sold on a var
antee. It cures Incipient consumption.
It Is the best Cough Cure. Onlv ene
cent a do. is cwiis. 50 ct., and U.Oo,
For Sal by J. w Conn.
S'VOrU, ths Sijwiitcr Decorator,
tti D. Street,
A V. ALLEN,
Gfocrrles, flour, r'eed.lProvlslons, Fruits;
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Cut aud Squemoque Streets. Astoria, Ore.
C. J.TRENCHARD, Agent
Wells, Fargo & Co. and
Pacific Express Co. . i
HOME and PtfOEjilX ifJsURHIJCE CO'S.
Custom House Broker
ard Cimmission Merchant
50a Bond Street.
Snap R Kodak
at any (man coming out ot
our itora and you'll get a
portrait of a nnn brimming
over with pleasant thoughts.
Such quality In the liquors
we nave to offer are enough to
PLEASE ANY MAN.,
Con?e and Try Them.
HUGHES & CO.
B. F. ALLEN has removed
his stock of wall paper, paints
and window g!as3 to 365 Com
mercial St., dir ctly opposite
ROSS HIGGINS k CO.
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Astoria and Upper Astoria.
Flna Teas and Coffees, Table Delicacies, Domestic
and Tropical Fruits, Vegetables, Sugar
Cured Hams, bacon, Etc.
Choice Fresh and Salt - Meats.
S. H. WILLETT,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
Hot Air, Steam and
179 Twelfth street, Astoria, Or.
Set and Sit
Have different meanings. You can
set a hen, but you cannot sit en one
Chairs are the Proper Things
To sit on, and we have the largest
cheapest and most artistic line ever
brought to this city.
Should not be made before looking
over our stock.
HEILBORN & SON.
J. B. WYATT,
PAINXS and OILS.
Special Attention Paid to Supplying Ships.
Str. R. P.
(Hill Leave for Tillamook
as the meathei
rhe steamer R. P. Elmore connects with Union Pacific ste.imers for Portland and
through tickets are issued from Portland to Tillamook Bay points
by the Union Pacific Company. Ship freight
by Union Pacific Steamers.
ELHORE, SANBORN & CO,
LNOLN FAC:nC R. R.
I. W. CASE,
The Following Compnnlea
German-American. New York City. N. Y.
Union Fire and Marine, of New Zealand.
National Hre and Marine Ins Co.. ot Hartford.
Connecticut f-lre Ins. Co.. of Hartford.
Home Mutual Ins. Co., San Francisco.
New York Plate Ulass Ins. Co.
Phcenlx, of London, Imperial, of London
ltorth Pacific Breoiery
JOHN KOPP, Prop.
Bohemian Lager Beer
And XX PORTER.
All orders promptly attended to
STILL IN THE LEAD.
Columbia River and Puget Sound Nav
Leaves Astoria for Portland and way
landings at 7 p. m. daily,. Sunday ex
cepted. Leaves Portland every day except Sun
day at 7 a.m. C.W.STONE,
Telephone No. 11.
E. A. Seeley, Gen'l Agt., Portland.
TJ. B. Scott, President.
Between Astoria and Portland
WINTER TIME TABLE.
Steamer Sarah Dixon leaves Astoria
Monday morning for Portland at 6
o'clock, and Tuesday and Thursday
evening at 5 o'clock. Returning leaves
Portland Sunday morning at 7:30 and
Monday and Wednesday evening at
Round trip $2.00; single trip, $1.25.
Upper berths DO cents; lower berths,
75 cents; meals, 25 cents.
SHAVER TRANSPORTATION CO.
EVERY REQUISITE FOR
: first Class funerals :
POfllVS Undertaking Parlors,
Rates Reasonable. Embalming s Specialty
It astoniaheB the old time makers to
aoe how the fishermen have taken to
Marshall's twine the last few years and
of last season over all the other
boats on the rivei used MARSHALL'S
Because it is the stronceft. Because
it hits not been weakened by bleaching.
Because it is sold with a guarantee tbul
if it does not prove satisfactory it enn be
brought back at the end of the seuson.
... . . -
Every foar Days as Jean
- Agents, Astoria
CO.. Ar?ntj, Portls!.
i i m s v i x
rv 1 1 1 asM
itLji yrrrt vv in. ' 1
Is the line to take tu all
It is the DIKING CAR ROUTE
It oflirs Jhe ben service, comj
SPEED ami COMFORT
It Li the poDiibr rente with those wbo
i.li to travel oa
It Is therefore the mute you 'liou'4
take. It runs Uircupb vi-stibuled
trains every day iu the year 10
No Change of Cars,
Elegant PuilmiiQ Skcpfrs,
Superior Tourist Siotpors,
Splendid Free Second-class Sleepers,
Only out gliuu jc of can
PORTLAND to NEW YORK,
To Any Part of tne civilized world.
Pasxengers ticketed via. til bxlr runnier
betweou Ahtorii., halama aud For.'iauu.
Full information conccminir r(.f!i. tlm ot
trail's, routes aad oti '4..''-!!s Iui nlnlied dd
C. W. STONE,
Steamer 'telephone Dutk.
A. O. CHARLTON,
Assistant General Passerir ji;on
bu 1-1 rir.11 .-i..cur. w rtM'lDl'.tuil.
Connecting with All Transcontinental
Lines is the Only Line running
ELECTRIC LIGHTED - CARS
St Paul and
The Express Trains consists of VesrJbuled, Sleeping
Dining and Parlor Cars,
HEATED BY STEAM,
And furnished with Every Luxury known In modci ra
For SPEED, COMFORT and SAFEJ7
This Line is Unequaled.
Tlcaets on sale at all prominent railway offkes.
For further Information Inquire ot any ticket agtai.
CJ. ED DY, General Agent
J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agt.
Ths Original & Genuine
( WOHC K8TKR9HIRK)
Imparts the moat dellclons taste and zest to
Hot Cold Meats
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Take Hone but Lea & Perrmz
Sicnatnre 071 crrrr bottle of original & rnnM.
Jh Duieui Bods, Rew York.
St. Pail aM tap.
0 0 kK.
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