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THE DAILY ASTOIUAN, Till USD AY MOUXINH, OCTOKKK 15. UYM.
Misses', Youth's and
Ladies' and Gents'
Rubbers, Rubber Boots, Etc.
John Hahn & Co.
79 Commercial St.
Maximum temperature, 59 decrees.
Minimum temperature, 4S dgtws.
Total precipitation from September
1st, ISiXi, to date, S.91 Inches.
Deficiency of precipitation from Sep
tember 1st, ISM, to date, J.01 Inches.
For Washington and Oregon, fair
weather, warmer In Oregon and
TO KEAIEK.-Tha "nnlly Aatorlan-
ajontalna twic as nack reading matter as
any other paper pahllahvd la Astoria. It
Is the only paper that presents Its readers
with a daily telegraphic report.
TO ADVERTISERS. -The "Dally A a
ta'rtaa has nor thaa twice as many read
ers as any other paper pahllshed In Asto
ria It Is therefore more than twice as
valaable as an advertising medium
Stale of Oregon. 1
Conaty of Clatstp j
We, the aaderelgaed, local tnaaagers
roepeetlTely or the Wester Vnloa and
Postal Telegraph eonipaalra, hereby cer
Ufy that the "Dally Astorlaa" Is the only
paper pahllshed In Astoria which now re
solves, or at aay time darlag oar coatrol
f said otBces has received, a telegraphic
press report. B.D.JOHNSON,
Manager W. v. T. Co.
J. K. CLARK,
Manager fWal Tel. Co.
Remember the concert Tuesday next.
Don't miss it.
Mr. Morris Wise, of Portland, is a
visitor in the city.
Dr. W. I. Howard. Homoopathlst, S8(
Mr. waiter C. Smith Is spending a
few day In the city.
George Bartley now has the distinc
tion pf being the baby Elk.
Mr. T. if. Lighter, of Portland, was
visiting In the city yesterday.
Gunther's, the only candles in the
city. C. B. Smith, sole agent.
If Snodgrasa doesn't make
photos you don't get the best.
Just take a look at C. B. Smith's
famous Gunther candies. It will do you
The steamer Thompson last evening
carried a number of carloads of salmon
Mr. A. F. Rogers, representing Blake,
McFall Co., Portland, was in the city
Ths Queen, the only heating stoves,
at Fisher Brothers. Price 110. Come
and examine them.
A considerable Improvement in the
receipt of fish at the local canneries
was noted yesterday.
Don't forget the Maginel-Mullin Con
cert Co. next Tuesday. Seats on sale
at Strauss' Saturday.
The Ladies' Guild of Grace Church
will hold their annual sale of fancy ar
ticles December 2, 1896.
C. B. Smith, the confectioner, Just
received another shipment of the fam
ous Gunther's Chicago candies.
Money nowadays goes where It goes
furthest, and that Is why Albert Dun
bar is selling so many Union suits.
Mr. James Ellsworth, who has been
confined to his home for some time, by
illness, is able to be again at work.
The little tots amused themselves yes
terday by gazing at the frog pond in
the Estes-Crain Drug Co.'s window.
photos as well
the only permanent
as the most artistic,
knows bow to make
A special train Saturday night will
carry Astoria Republicans to Warren
ton, where a grand rally is to take
Mr. J. F. Hamilton's Improvement of
bis property on the 11th street hill
makes It a very desirable residence lo
cation. The afternoon tea given by the la
dles of Grace Church yesterday was one
of the most pleasant social function! of
Chaplain Slebold, of Fort Canby, will
address the members of the Woman's
Auxiliary to the Board of Missions In
Grace Church this afternoon at 2:30
Should the fine weather continue very
much longer. Astoria will not know
You know coffee is used
fresh -roasted. Tea ought
to be for the same reason
Ours are the only tea-
firincf works in the United
States; Schillings Best is
always fresh-fired when it
leaves our hands.
A Schilling ft Company
Itself and Observer Orover will be en
I titled to a leather medal.
A musical treat In store for those wh
I attend the Mafflnel-Multln Concert
Company's performance at Klsher'a Op
era House TuesdRy next.
Judge K. J. Taylor, Clyde Fulton, and
W. O. Gosslln left last evening for St
Helens, where several rliiht of a
cases II1 come up In court today.
We guarantee our Headache Tablets
to cure any case of headache In fifteen
minutes. Price SJo; can be sent by mull.
Rogers, Druggist, 4.19 Commercial at
F. J. Schofield Is an expert at flower
and general landscape gardening, and
offers his services for such work at
reasonable rate. Iave won! at Asto-
Just recclveil, at Columbia Shoe Co.
Laird, Schober & Co.'s ladles' and
misses' and children's fine shoes for fall
and winter wear. (Successors Copeland
On the 10th of November an Elks'
siH'lal will be given In Astoria which
promises to outdo anything pre, iously
seen In this city In that line. Invita
tions will be Issued next week.
More boots and shoes will arrive at
Columbia Shoe Co. In the next ten days
than has ever been received by any
store In the city In the same length of
time. (Successors to Copeland and
Rev. J. H. Luml. pastor of the Apos
tolic Lutheran Church, removed his
family to Qulncy, Oregon, where they
will In future reside, though Mr. Luml
will still continue to preach occasionally
at the local church.
Mrs. A. M. Twombly and family leave
on the Areata today for Empire City
where they will spend the winter with
Mr. Twombly. who Is In charge of the
cannery and property of the Southern
Oregon Packing Company.
Judge Gray? who returned from
Portland yesterday, reports that the
Columbia river is still falling, making
it necessary for the large ships to
work up and down the river on the
The county court will hold a session
today for the purpose of considering
county business. Probably tomorrow
the members of the court will visit
Seaside for the purpose of making an
examination of the proposed extension
of the Necannicum road.
The steamer Alarm was the center of
considerable activity yesterday morning
as a dozen boats lay about, the boat
men of which were assiduously gather
ing salmon In their hands and heaving
them Into the hold of the steamer, to
be transported to Cook's cannery at
Mr. Whipple, of ths Palace, and Mr
Jarbrow, of the Eastern Clock Co., yes
terday afternoon made an election bet.
If McKlnley is elected, the latter gen-
tlemun is to haul Mr. Whipple fr;in his
own Aar? ? business in t, bug(rj. wth
a Fl!ice Cafe sign on the rear. If Bry
is elected the conditions are Just th
It was Suggested yesterday that the
attention of the superintendent or
streets be called to the fact that In a
number of places where repairs are
being made, no lights or safeguards art
put out at night to warn passt-rs-by.
Such obstructions to travel should be
properly guarded, or serious accidents
are likely to follow.
A gentleman wart attended the Bryan
meeting at Wtstport Tuesday night
says that ttie speakers were interrupt
ed, and run out of the meeting by the
people, who did not like the arguments
they were presenting. The meeting
was practically broken up by the peo
ple of that district, who apparently were
not In a mood to listen to free silver,
Mr. J. H. Robertson, who, with Mr.
O. F. Morton has been soliciting sub
scriptions for the past two days for the
completion of the wagon road between
Oln-y and Olsie, reports over one hun
dred dollars cash contributed by the
citizens of Astoria which with the ex
tensive work done during the past sum
mer will be sufficient to open the road
between the two points. Mr. Robertson
in behalf of the residents of his dis
trict, feels very grateful for the aid thus
given them by the people of our city.
Articles of Incorporation were filed
yesterday in the county clerk's office
by Sofus Jensen, Anton Bang, Ole D.
Olsen, J. W. Anberg, and Anton Christ,
incorporating the Union Fishermen's
Co-operative Packing Company. The
business of the company will be the
purchasing and otherwise acquiring,
canning, packing, selling, and other
wise disposing of salmon and other food
fish, and the transacting of a general
canning business. The capital stock of
the company is placed at 1200,000, di
vided Into two hundred shares of $100
It was a very large and enthusiastic
meeting that assembled at the M. E.
Church last night In response to the
personal Invitation of the pastor. The
purpose of the meeting as announced
by the pastor was to talk over the best
means for carrying forward the work
of the church for another year. All the
peculiar institutions of Methodism,
such as class, prayer and league meet
ings as well as the Sunday school work
were freely discussed, and a season of
prayer followed each separate discus
sion. The church has never felt more
determined to do earnest work than at
this time, and all present enjoyed the
meeting very much.
There's more clothing destroyed by
poor soap than by actual wear. "Hoe
Cake" contains no free alkali, and will
not Injure the finest lace. Try It and
notice the difference In quality. Ross,
Hlggins & Co.
Use Webfoot Corn Cure. No
cure no pay. For sale at Eh-t8-Conn
POLITICS ON tiHAY'S RIVKIt.
Cray's ltlver. Wash. Oct. 11, ISlM.
Knowing that you have a considera
ble number of subscribers In our county
tWahklnkum) and that our county pn-IH-rs
have been publishing statements
said to come from Cray's ltlver stilting
that there were only two sound money
men on Cray's River, wou... be pleaded
f you would publish the following state
ment from me:
In the precinct In which I live, we will
.mil about forty-eight votes; and since
this statement was made, we have
started a McKlnley Club, and have now
hlrty members, all residents of said
precinct, and all voters with the excep
tion of a few ladies and two young
men, and there are several other vot
ers who wish to Join. I like fair play,
and think we can be Just as honest (or
should be) In politics as we are in our
We had a fine time, last Saturday.
October 10. the Hon. J. O. Scoby, editor
of the Olympian, gave us a fine talk
and some solid truths, and answered
questions from the silver party In such
a way that I should think was convinc
ing, and I believe there were a number
on that side who considered them so.
He dwelt upon the fact that the ltf pub-
can party had been on the right side
of the fence, since the party was first
organized, up to the present time, and
every time a change has been hade, we
have paid for the change by having
e had a very attentive audience,
and at the end of the speaking, three
cheers were given for McKlnlsy ami
they were given with a will, and I think
by the volume of sound soma people
besides me.ubrrs of the McKlnley Club
Joined in that cheering.
My opinion Is that the grand old par
ty, with Win. McKinliy at Its head,
will be on deck, after the third of No
vember, to put us on a business basts
again, at le&st such is my sincere wish.
THE CONCERT CO.
Lovers of !'
w ill be glad to (earn.
that arrangements for the appearance
of the Masinci-Mullin Concert Co. have
completed, nd they will give one
concert only, at Fisher's Opera House
on Tuesday net. October 20th. This
company will nnlsh Its second week In
San Francisco this week, where It has
scored a signal success. Speaking of
the company's performance in Chicago
the Chicago Tribune says: "Miss May
and Katie Mullin caused the same tu-
rore that they produce everywhere In j
the Grand Concert Hall at the World's!
Fair, under the patronage of Lady
Aberdeen, and for two weeks was the
reatest attraction for the many hun
dreds of thousands of music loving peo
pie, and will be remembered years by i
thousands who attended the grand con-
certs day after day to listen to the most '
talented musicians of all the hundreds
of players daily at the great fair." It
should be appreciated by the people of
Astoria, and will leave behind a repu
tation never equalled by any other con
cert company now travelling. Seats on
pale at Straus' Saturday next.
RIKES IN POLITICS.
Chicago, October 14. What is said to
be one of the largest departments at
one of the national political headquar
ters In this city gives Its sole attention
to wheelmen. It Is In charge of James
R. Dun, of Ohio, and he has under
him three stenographers, two clerks,
a page and two mailing clerks.
While bicycle clubs have taken part
In previous campaigns, this Is the first
time an attempt has been made to util
ize them as an organized body. There
are said to be 1,250,000 bicycle riders In
the United States, and the claim Is
made that quite two-thirds of them are
or will be enlisted in campaign work.
They are used aa melsengers, distrib
utors of documents, speakers at cross
road meetings, escorts, etc., and take
part In parades.
Portland, October 14. The parade of
the Knights of Pythias tonight In honor
of Supreme Chancellor Phillip A. Col
grove, was one of the largest and most
Imposing ever witnessed In this city.
There were several floats, symbolic of
the order, and several lodges of uni
form rank which gave the parade a
very attractive appearance.
TO I'l ltE A t'OLII IN ONE WAV,
Take laxative Brorno Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if It
fails to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas.
Great Bargains !
La'lif-s wanting fine I) res
C th moat Nwlthftii tu wH u
V lux im rr ut m mi I urn known,
V lrM-lM CltaM tat tf." C
( THE H. K. FAIRSANK C0..wt
Ijoo'Jh or a stylish "oape or'ciub.
Jacket at wholesale prices
should call at the Low Price
Store. They are closing out.
Don't be talked into purchas
ing before getting prices from
the Low Price Store.
491 Bond St., corner 11th.
la modal wllb I
And right gwxl cook U ah.
mil lirvnil ami rakoasshe tloth make
Twimlil glaililcn your hiNirl la w
tltmghmitN brown -1 ho l-e( III lovn i
Hop pica are lit tor a qxivn t
Ami lr toix as you m.Kiit gnexa, ,
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ths most eeonomlcal ahirtcu- ar ' '
I'blrniu. Moum-nl. Kita Kranrl.t i), v
I'wrtleMU, Ort.ft.iu, ,'.
CONC.KESSMAX I'KAMi S. MACK
(Continued from Klrst Tags.)
are many promises by those who have
seldom kept the promises they made.
Nothing in their past lives or present
surroundlnc clothes tlieiu with iutll-
ties of reliable adviser, and the danger
suKKcetcd by their past career la In
creased by the utter fallacy of the plans
they now propose.
I have often heard two reasons ad
vanced for trying this dangerous ex
periment of free and unlimited coinage
of silver. The first reason Is that we
cannot be worse off than we are nof.
and the second that It Is cully tried,
and If not MHVt'inful can be abandoned.
No greater mistake could be urn.,
than to suppose that we cannot Injure
our present condition. We are not half
as poorly on as we might be. It Is true,
our present sltpatlon is not In all re
spects as we desire, but our prospects
were never better. Our people hate
seen the folly of the course pursued In
previous years, and have fully deter-1
mined to correct It. We have not only
halted on our march In the w rong dlree- j
tlon. but we have wheeled about and
shall certainly march back and rebuild
the fences we have torn down and re
open the diHrs we have unwisely closed.
Idleness as a national policy has been
tested to everybody's satisfaction, and
nobody any longer believes In It. We
have chased the phantom of low prices
so far that we have lost sight of the ;
place w here we earned our wages. Hut :
we shall go back. The opportunities
r.r Ihn In Mr r.ik vh m iirw iron. lull lt I
- ' .... . - - r. - -
no one believe that the American people j
are ued up. or that we cun correct
tli mistake m.uli four years ago by
making another that I worse now.
Cuing to work Ufa in Is not the only
thing to be considered We must have
our pay also, and that must not only
be the most, but the best that any 'ml unlimited coinage f silver Is a
country In the world affords. This i menace to our financial and Industrial
country Is not the place for things , Institutions.
that are cheap, and cheap money Is the I We must hot be misled by phra.-e
worst of all. That we cannot be Worso i hor deluded by false theories. Free sil
off Is a delusion In which no Intelligent v,,r would not mean that silver dollars
person should be snare,!, nut whatever w""e to be freely had without cost or
our condition may be. It Is our duty to j labor.
muke it better Instead of trying eXperl- Wmetjilllsm cannot be secured by In
inents which may make It worse. A Mat'. , dependent action on our part, nor by
not very sick, but getting Worse, hus ; opening our mints to free sliver, until
mor.- cause for alarm than a sicker man 1 International agreement is had It Is the
getting better, ftlul I do not consider
him wise who takes experimental me.il- j
Ine at the critical point of th. disease,
sp-cliilly wh' n li- knows the medicine !
has be. n trl- d n others before and left
them crlppbd. perhaps forever. I
The second reason, that free coinite ,
can be easily tried and If not euccessful !
abandon - 1. Is ns fallacious as the Hist.
It Is much easier to make a mistake !
than to abandon It afterward,
sli k Is easier than getting well.
ing youf word Is easier than convincing
joth t people that you w ill not break It
again, ami there Is the ( difference
between paying 53 tents 'on the dollar
and regaining the confidence of the
lender hen you desire to borrow again, j
The purpose of free coinage Is not
only dishonest, but Impossible. You '
cannot create a value by statute, nor
eomel the other nations of the world
to abide by what you declare to be
wise. Integrity Is beyond the control of
legislatures, and you can no more force
the people of other countries to accept
53 cnts for a dollar that you owe them
than you can force them to pay II" cents
for a dollar that they owe you.
The result of such an attempt would
not be to establlkh an advantage for yuu
In the transaction. It would be simply
to cut off dealings between you and
utterly to destroy all confidence, with
out which no relations of friendship
or respect can be maintained.
HRYAN IN MICHIGAN.
Not Much Enthusiasm Displayed
Rands Will I'lay a Different Tune.
Watersmeet, Mich., October 14. The
weather has been considerate to Wm.
J. Bryan the last two days. Where he
had reason to anticipate cold, disa
greeable traveling, he has encountered
sunshine and warm weather. As usual
he began work early this morning, mak
ing his first speech at Ironwood at 3:45.
The opposition was out In force at
Ishpemlng when the Ilryan party ar
rived there. There was a large crowd to
listen to the candidate, but It was not
enthusiastic. His speech was applaud
ed but little.
There was a big Republican rally on
at which Washington Ourdiner was to
speak. The McKlnley Club of the city
marched to the Democratic gathering.
Mr. liryan had concluded his address
and Timothy Tarsney, who had been
speaking for a few momentH when the
Republican club's band approached.
Mr. Tarsney, who stood Immediately In
front of Mr. liryan, turned to the nom
inee and addressing himself more par
ticularly to him, said:
I am Informed that this band Is at
the head of the: so-called McKlnley
We are very much obliged to
them and the people who sent them
for this kindly Interruption, but Inside
of three weeks that band will be play
ing, If It is still In the same employ
ment, a very different tune."
ROYAL BaKing Powder.
Highest of all In leavening
Strength V. S. Oovsrnmcnt Report
Mans on application.
MIXKItS IN CANTON.
Canton, October ll-Two hundred
miners, merchants and imvhaulfs. of
Cumberland, Md., and vicinity, reach-
I hero shortly before & o'clock this
exenlug. They went direct to the Mc
Klnley home and when the major ap
peared on the porch, greeted him with
shoots and hurrahs.
Major McKlnley addressed them.
UK IS TIIK AKVANCK AOKNT
New York. October H The Kvenlng
Tost has received a London cablegram
saying "Americans were unite the best
iu the market today, and closed at the
top on the unanimity of cable advices at
to the prospect of McKlnley' elec
tion." TIIK MAItKKTS.
Liverpool, October M Wheat -spot,
firm; demand, moderate; No. 2 reil
spring, lis I VI; No. 1 hard Manitoba,
Ss ;'VI; No. 1 California, in id.
Hops- I'acltlc Coast. (3.
Portland. October U Wheat. Walla
Walla, S.'63; Valley, titiM.
McKINLKY STHKKT CAH MKN.
Canton, Octiber 14 -Seven carloads
of the employe of the Cleveland City I
Street liullnmd were here today to pay
their respects to Major McKlnley. They
were all uniformed and were partlcu-
uriy well drilled.
fiol.n M'llilKTS niiiu u,.kivi ivc
f L'w ,.t? .,,.,. . ......
4. r. i i r. i y r Aur.riAAU',,
The Republican party Is not opposed
to the use of silver money, and has
done all It could for It consistent with
The mere declaration that the iK-mii-crats
propose to Inaugurate the free
"l ""' ' --''' io u'uiuiajii
'-he gold standard.
The owner v f to,, silver million would
'Bt h" "ll.or dollar; tne piopl would
ik i n oniy oy tneir iai,or.
"bat would k.tp the new silver dol-
bus at par with, gold. There would bo
n" "bllgsi'vn on lha government to do
" ""' simple irmn is. w e woui.i ooc.ru.
l'n (o "v'r basls-to silver mono-
j We now have more sliver than gold.
Klghty-four per cent of our foreign
j trade Is with gold standard countries.
We have more silver In use than any
I country In the world except China or
Free coinage would defer. If not de-
Fisher's Opera House
L. B. 8ELIO, Manager.
Thursday,Oct.;: 15 th
A Supremoly Brilliant and Important
DAVIS & KEOGH'S
ON IE BOWERY
The Most Famous, Picturesque, Amus
ing anu 1 nruiing ruoriw 01 uun
ous New York Hcenes and Char
acters ever shown on any
stage. Royal Visit of
the Greatest on
"The King; of the Bowery"
Champion Bridge Jumper or the World,
and an Excellent Cast.
The Bljf Show of the Year.
(ircatcr New York Kevealed With I'hoto-
An Object LeBson in Character Studies.
The Only Real Bowery Piny Ever
Presented to the Public.
iniTATORS CANNOT IfllTATE IT.
Hi-served seat sale opens Wednesday
morning at the New York Novelty
A (ilaiiftt nt the map will nhow that llw town of
contains tlio host situuUnl propiTty 1 lio wost riiln of llio
bay. Already hix luuitlivd pi'iiplt' 1 i vo within u r.t"iut't
throw of tht new niilroml tleptit, mul at thi
Spec In I PHcch
now oM roil thoro can bo no hotter investment for
HOUSES OR BUSINESS PROPERTY
Choifc lots ro bring sold tlaily tit Hpeciallv low piices,.
on installments, to suit tho times. In a few weeks (lu re will
he an advance. Now is tlm timo to buy the bout barpiiiiH
tm the lYninbula.
fcut, International bimetallism.
I''re silver would contract our cur
rency and drive &0O,0O0.ooo gold dollars
out of circulation.
The money of a country should nover
be tlio subject of partisan contention.
I In nddltloii to free silver wear asked
j to enter on an era of Irredeemable paper
currency. We are not a nation of
; classes, and appeals to prejudice should
Al .M IN ISTIt ATOICH Ni TICK.
Notice la hereby given that I have
been upiolutcd administrator of the
estate of W. II. Cyan, deceased. All
persons having ('Hints against said es
tate must present the same to me at
Astoria, within six months from the
date hereof. All Jiersons Indebted to
said estate are hereby notified to pay
said Indebtedness to me. forthwith.
F. J. CAKNEY,
Astoria, Or., October S, I SIX.
A gentleman's resort, at corner of
Hond and Twelfth streets. Tim finest
brand of Itipiora and clgura always
on hand. Call and try u.
ANPKKSON A I'KTKItS' IN.
1 1 ii nl wai l'.
Iron tt St'i'l,
Ciroei'i'it' it Provisions,
Flour. t Mill FcimI.
Paints, Oils. Yiirnislu,
I Aiders Siijiplii-s,
l r airl'iiuk s ciUt's,
J IV 'is it Wiii'loAs,
j i Agricultural 1 nu 'lenient-
Wagons it Vehicles.
). A KASTAH1CND,
HOUSE, BRIDGE AND (HHARF BUILDER
Hulls Moving Tools lor Ptnt.
Wall Papar. Arllili' Mauri. li. Palnlt,
Olla, Glaai, ale. Japanata Mattings.
Ruifa and Bamboo (oods
365 Cc mmerclsl Htreet.
A. V. ALLIIN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plate J Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Tsnth and Commercial streets.
C A. HANSON
ROSS HIGGINS & CO
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Aatorla end Uppar Aaurie
Flna Taaa ana CorTaaa, Tabla Dallcac'aa, Doaaatk
and Tropical Fnilta, Vatatablaa, Sugar
Curad Haaia, Bacoa, Etc.
Choice Fresh and Salt Meats.
The Palace Cafe
Is the Place for a
In the shell or cun
Served to Order or Sold at Retail
W. W. WHIPPLE
Clarkson & Mcjrvin
LONG FIR PILING
Astoria Asphalt and Roofing Co.
rand Repairing Kmalty Roofat..
Sutton Sen Stilt I'm' tint lis at
th Kutt'H-t'oiiii I'nijr Moro
10c ami i'n' per imrkairt'.
WANTCP-A good glii, competent
to took and fo do general houneol'k
for a auiull family. Ameiiian preferred.
Apply In person or by letter i J M,
Turney, Klavel, Oregcn. '
WANTKU-Situation to do light
housework, Apply III Franklin a.
$10 to IH per weeh fur men nmt women
for easy home work. No book or
eanvaaalng. No szperlenoe. Ilona fid
offer. No Catch. Send stamp for
work and particulars. K. IIKIIMANN.
!)IS H. Sixth street. Philadelphia. I'a.
Foil ItKNT Thro furnished room
for light houskoeplug. Astoria ijind
and Investment Co., Kb Commercial HI.
FOR ItKNT Three or four rooms,
with hoard. Mrs. K. C. Holden. cornsr
Hth and Dusns streets.
FOR RKNT-Thros furnished room,
with or without board. Apply 1.11 7th
FOR SALlO-lJ-rw.m Lodging llous.
Centrally located; chsap lease; bar
galn. Astoria Land and Inv. Co., JU
JAI'ANKHK HOODS Firework
Just out-Just rcclvdJua! what you.
want -at Wing Lbs's, lit Commercial,
Cedar SIi ingles
HKAHIPK LI' MP Kit TARP.
! okkk'i: jii co.tMi-:iteiAt, ht.
AHTOHIA IKON WOHKH
Coaroaty M ., ruol.it JatkaoB, Atiotia
General Machinists and Boiler Makesr
Lasa an4 Marina Ffl(lnaa. Hollar wuta. Siaaat
boat an4 Caftlury Wjrh a Spatlalty.
CatHsia of All Daacrlpihwa MaJa m Ordar t ,
John tax ...I'rralilont and flupfrlnteridsnt.
A. I- Kos Vlca I'rrsiilrnt
K II. I'rsel Hacnalary
First National Hank Trraauror
R. L. Boyle & Co.
LOANS AND INVESTMENTS
B 1 W
Fine MiinIp. Ilsinea of All KltHta. Two
Good Order and Everybody's Rights.
CEO. NIC0LL, Assistant..
.SHAP A KODAK.
at any mu coming out ol
our stors and you'll get a
portrait of a man brimming
over with plsassnt tliounhu.
Hutth qukiltf III til.) liquors
plnua any man.
COMB AND THY THEM
HUGHES & CO.
KJCL l.a. A RESORT
and nth Sts
AI.RX CAMI'HRI.L, Prop.
216 and 217 Chamber of Commerce
AT IIOO.M I,
N. JENSEN and R. 0. HANSEN.