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THR 1U1LY ASTOlUAN, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVUM HHtt
Misses', Youth's and
Ladies' and Gents'
Rubbers. Rubber Boots, Etc.
John Halm & Co.
79 Commercial St.
Maximum temperature, 64 dore.
Minimum temperature. 45 dcT
Preclpltatlon. .M inch.
Total precipitation from September
1st, 1S96, to date, 9.M Inches.
Deflclencr of precipitation from Sep
tember 1st, 1894, to date, t Inches.
Portland, Or, October 29. For Oregon
and Washlnston. rain: anles on the
TO RtAIIIRit.-T)i Daily Aetorlaa
atalna ta-k a aaati reading natter a
aM other paper publUhed la Astoria. It
la tho oaly paper that preaoaU IU reader
with a dally tolearraphle report.
TO ADVetetTI.KR8.-Tha "Dally A-
tortaa" haa mora thaa twice asaaaay read
re aa aay othor paper pabllaaad la Aeto
rla. It la therefore aaore Uta twlro aa
ealaabla aa aa aoWarUalnf aterilam.
The "Jstorian" hereby of
fers to donate One Hundred
. Dollars to St. Mary's Hos
pital, payable on demand
to Father Dielman, when
ever legal evidence is pro
duced showing that any af
ternoon new spa per publish
ed in Astoria has printed,
within the last ninety days
expiring prior to this offer,
a single "special " or other
kind of "telegraphic press
report," received over the
wires entering either of the
telegraph offices in this ciiy,
from any point outside of
i Astoria, Oct-15, 1S9G.
Young Orator Bryan haa come out of
The land of the cyclone and slch;
His speech to the poor Is the modest
That they go for the scalps of the rich.
But moat people think Its a very good
To have some besides tramps In the
And where all have a show, and the
people are king",
Where's the grounds for a kick? I
really don't understand.
Feather boas at Dunbar's.
Tomorrow night the grand rally.
Tomorrow will be collection day.
Children's school umbrellas. 30c at
All silk baby ribbon one cent per
yard at Dunbar's.
Don't forget to hang out your flags
and bunting- today.
Visa Lettle Lewis
friends in Portland.
is visiting' with
Everybody will decorate today in hon
or or the national nag aay.
Java, coffee, 25c per pound,
Webfoot Commission House.
Gunther's, the only candles in the
city. C. B. Emlth, sole agent
If Bnodgraaa doesn't make
photos you don't get the beat.
The Assembly Club will soon open
its series of dancee for the seasaon.
Smith's selection of choice can
i the finest put up in Astoria.
Just take a look at C. B. Smith's
famous Gunther candles. It will do you
Mrs. G. Zlegler returned yesterday
from an extended visit with friends in
The wife of Mr. C. Christenaen, of
Upper Astoria died suddenly yesterday
morning at 8:45 o'clock.
Dr. Howard's residence is at 525 Com'
merclal street, over the "Spa." Night
calls promptly attended.
Dr. T. L Ball, dentist Teeth ex
tracted without pain. Price reasonable,
No. 562 Commercial street
Republicans will not fall to turn out
Monday night to take part In the final
grand rally of this campaign.
Mr. Homer Fletcher came over from
Ilwaco last evening and will spend Sun
day with friends in this city.
Mackintoshes are selling very rapidly
at the Low Price Store since they made
their big reduction In prices.
Take a ride on the new motor train to
Flavel and see how Warrenton, Flavel
and New Astoria are growing.
Your grocer will sell you
Schillings Best tea, and re
turn your money in full if
you don't like it
He is our agent to this
extent; and we want no
A ScMIHnr k Coapuy
We have lota of butter, creamery
square, dairy rolls, and packed. Come
and get our prices. "Webfoot."
Musttn'a perfect fitting union suits
with seamless shoulders, broad lap, and
full alse over hips, at Dunbar's,
Thanksgiving pumpkins have made
their appearance In the market. Tur
keys will come along a little later.
Don't pay ten and twelve dollars for
air-tight stoves when you can got them
for half the money at S1 Bond street.
Carbons are the only permanent
photos aa well aa the most artistic,
and Snodgraas knows how to make
A small blase In Republican head
quarters yeeterday caused a Utile flurry
for a few minutes. Xo damage was
Captain Lewis, of the Fulwood. re
turned yesterday from Portland, lie
will put to sea as soon as the weather
Commencing today, the Astoria anil
Columbia River Railroad will run two
dally trains each way between the city
Why buy others when you know that
Lowney's are the only chocolates In the
world. Fifteen different varieties at
Plenty of air tight stoves In the mar
ket, but only one with hot air draught
tube. The Queen, at Fisher Brothers.'
Captain W. G. Goodwin. Company G.,
Vancouver, and wife, are at the Occi
dent and will spend several days visit
ing In the city.
Flag day was generally observed
throughout the city yesterday. Busi
ness houses, offices and residences were
decorated with Old Glory.
The campaign song published today,
which was written by Mr. H. T. Crosby,
will be sung by the McKlnley quartet
at the rally Monday night.
LOOK OUT for fraudulent telegraph
ic news In the Astoria afternoon papers.
None of these papers receives one line
of outside news by telegraph.
Mrs. Carrie Ray, medium, gives cir
cles Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday
nights. Admission 10 cents. Readings
daily, M cents. 440 Bond street.
At the present time Astoria is still be
hind In its rain record, according to the
statistics of the United States Agricul
tural Department weather bureau.
We are too busy to attend to ad
vertising, but Monday and Tuesday we
will sell potatoes at 55 cents per sack
at the Webfoot Commission House.
There will be no Epworth League
meeting at the M. E. Church this even
ing In consequence of the union young
people's meeting at the Baptist church.
Republicans will form In solid pha
lanxes tomorrow night, and demon'
strate their determination to stand up
for law and order and national lntag
The handsomest line of JucVets and
capes have Just arrived at the Low
Price store. They will be sold at whole
sale prices. Take advantage of this
The Hon. John A. Leas u re will be
here to address the voters of Clatsop
county on Monday evening, November
2d. A rousing demonstration is prom
ised. Prompt and complete returns from
the election will be posted on the bulle
tin board at the "Louvre," commencing
Tuesday night and continuing until the
The people of Warrenton who are
selling town lots even In hard tlnmes,
have been recognized by the railroad
company by the putting on of a subur
Col. A. H. Stone, writing from Knap-
pa, says that fifteen new names have
been added to the McKlnley club of
that place, which now has fifty-six
F. J. Schofleld Is an expert at flower
and general landscape gardening, and
offers his services for such work at a
reasonable rate. Leave word at Asto
It Is reported that East Astoria and
Alderbrook will soon have railroad fa
cilities in that end of town to corre
spond with the new trains on the west
side of the bay.
Purchasers of dress goods and woolen
underwear met with pleasant surprises
at the big reductions that are going on
at present at the Cohen Low Price
Store, 491 Bond street
It is thought by old time weather men
that the heavy storm of Friday and
early Saturday morning was the long-
delayed equinoctial storm which failed
to put in an appearance at the proper
Weather permitting, tomorrow even
ing will witness a grand gathering of
the clans of Astoria and Clatsop county,
all Imbued with the one idea of main
taining sound money and good govern
ment If you want drugs or druggists' sun
dries, go to Rogers, 459 Commercial
street. He carries a full assortment In
his line and sells at the lowest cash
price. Call and examine goods and
Old residenters predict that the com
ing winter will be a cold one, and as
sert that It will be a good' thing for
this county, because It will kill on
the Insects on fruit trees and Insure a
good crop next season.
It Is a question whether some people
will have occasion to celebrate Thanks
giving this year or not. Those who
have made election bets may not have
enough money left, should they lose.
with which to buy a turkey.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Christ.
Chrlstmson will lake place from the
family residence on 4Mb street, Up.
pertown, tomorrow, Monday afternoon,
at I o'clock. All friends and acquaint
ance are Invited to be present.
Mrs. Jones What delicious coffee!
Mrs. Smith Yes. You can buy the
same at the Web oh, those people
with webs on their feet, at IM Ninth
street They call It Sultan Wend, and
It only costs 15 cents per pound.
Mr. C. 8. Wright yesterday entertain
ed a number of his friends from the
East by taking them to Seaside, where
a pleasant day was enjoyed by all. HI
guests expressed themselves as much
pleased with Astoria and her harbor.
The widow and children of thj late
Ole Wllberg wish to express their grat
itude for the many kind attentions of
sympathising friends, and epeollly
to the orders of United Workmen and
Woodmen of the World, In the hour of
their recent bereavement.
As the election approaches local, state
and national Rryanlte managers aie
becoming more desperate and unm.ru
pulous. One of their commonest garni s
of deception Is the invention and pro
mulgation of false Intelligence respect
ing campaign developments.
Monday night, Novimber Jnd.
the Republicans of Clatsop county will
hold their final grand rally at McKIn
ley Club rooms on Commercial street.
The weather permitting, there will be
a grand parade and outdoor demonstra
tion, w hich It Is expected Is to surpu
anything ever seen In Clatsop county.
Yesterday afternoon In Beverldge's
cigar store. was bet to 1 1 00 that
Oregon will roll up a majorltyfor Me
Klnley. In the same place three bets of
110 each even, were made that Oregon,
Washington and California would go
for McKlnley. 1-argr offers were made
In the same place on the general result
but no takers could be found.
Remember, voters of Astoria, not one
word of genuine election or other tele
graphic news appears in the afternoon
papers of this city. All such news print
ed by them Is either deliberately con
cocted by some one connected with
these papers or cribbed from the As
torlan and the Portland papers and al
tered with the design to hoodwink unob
The Bailey Gatsert made her last trip
of the season last night. She will go
Into the boneyard for general repairs,
and Captain Crang will take a short
vacation. Upon his return Captnln
Crang will take command of the Tele
phone again, and Captain Larklns will
take a much needed rest. When Cap
tain Larklns returns both skippers will
serve on the Telephone during the win
In the Justice's court yesterday the
case of Mike Hansen, charged with
adultery, came up for preliminary hear
Ing. After a long contest between
Clyde Fulton Esq and Deputy District
Attorney Eakln. Judge Abercromble
stated that he would render his decision
Monday. A woman witness in the cose
has been spirited away, and the court
stated he would be pleased to hear her
Notwithstanding the storms, a large
number of people from the country vis
ited the city yesterday. Among the
number were J. E. Mechado. Heckard
Bros., Lewis and Clarke; Jackson A
Thomas. Mr. Wooten. N. H. Webber.
Mrs. Winston. North Shore; George
Holmes. Warrenton; D. I'pton, Crooked
Creek; John Bunke, and John Christen-
sen, Walluskl; David Keefe, John Day;
James Leahy, Olney, and Wm. Ander
son, Deep River.
Yesterday was one of smiles and
tears. The weather changed about as
many times aa a young girl in her
teens changes her mind. During the
day three or four brilliant rainbows
appeared In the sky, and at 3 o'clock In
the afternoon one particularly brilliant
display was made. A complete bow.
Which presented all of the prismatic
colors In the clearest lines, was visible
in the northern sky, while at the same
time the sun was shining and a heavy
downpour of rain was taking place. The
day was an Ideal April day, and caused
many comments on the street.
Mr. James Orr, an old time Minne
sota Democrat, who never voted for
a Republican even for a town omce,
is now out working hard fur McKlnley.
Mr. Joe Horn, who has Just returned
from Minnesota, says he has never
seen a man so Interested In politics aa
Mr. Orr. One of Mr. Orr's main argu
ments is that today there are being
supported by charity in New York City
250,000 Idle men who might support
themselves If the factories were open.
Facts and figures talk louder thai!
words, and Mr. Orr says that many of
his old Democrats friends are taking
the same position as himself. The
fight, he says, Is non-partisan, but is
one for the maintenance of the honor
and Integrity of the nation, the con
tinuance of sound money and the pro
viding of work for the laboring man.
Col. John Adair was In the city yes
terday from Sunnymead, having just
returned from a ten days' campaigning
trip through the county. Everybody
knows that the colonel has been a life
long Democrat, having voted for nine
Democratic presidential nominees, In
sure-salon. Conversing with an Asto-
rian representative last night the colon
el said: "Things are different now,
from what they ever have been In my
experience. The vote for president this
time Is non-partisan, and while I still
mmsldi-r myself a good Democrat, I
shall vote for McKlnley, law, order, and
good government. I considered it my
duty to work amongst my Democratic
friends In this county and I have found
that with scarcely an exception all of
them will vote for McKlnley. I want
all of my friends to know what my posi
tion Is In this campaign, and I have
worked hard with them In the Inter
ests of the right and the stability of the
government. From a careful canvass I
am thoroughly satisfied that sixty-five
per cent of the Democrats of this coun
ty will vote for McKlnley." I
A BRYAN ELECTOR
An Enemy to 'irinimcn. unit In-
worthy of Support.
HOUR'S STARVATION WAl.FS
Printer Who Knows Him Tells Some
Facts About the Way He Has
Oppressed His Employe.
A printer who worked In the state
printing olllce during the legislative
semton of ism, yesterday ald to an
Astorlan representative that the expose
of I Infer, one of the Popocralle elector
of this state, and an alleged friend of
the laboring man, was In accordance
with the facts: "Not only the laboring
men of Oregon, but every cltltett who
ban a normal son- of Justice and hu
manity, will be glad that the exHMiire
of llofer came In time to he fairly
ventilated before election day.
"No member of any union In Oregon
who feels bound by his obligation can
possibly vote for such a man, and no
cltlv'ii who cares anything for the wel
fare of labor, will. Thl fellow, who
had hoped to corral the labor vote un
der false pretenses, haa been demon
strating his 'friendliness' to labor for
a number of years In a way that leave
no room for doubt a to the sincerity of
of his present motive. HI paper, the
Oaptlal Journal, haa long been Infumou
for the wage scale It has maintained.
Of course hi employes are all Incom
petent. Most of them are trained up
In his own office to the Hoferlc concep
tion of the value of their service. If
llofer" tactic were generally adopted,
there wouldn't be a Journeyman em
ployed In any occupation In Oregon.
His method Is to take girls and hoys
Into his otlice to 'learn the trade," get
ting them to work a month or two for
nothing, and, when they have reached
such a degree of proficiency a to de
serve a fair remunerate, giving them
a choice of working for t'i a week, or
leaving hi employ. Thl I hi wag
scale, and none of his compooltors ever
get beyond It. When one of his wretrh
ed slaves quits through sheer Inability
to longer sustain life upon such wane,
he take In a couple more 'appren
tices.' In this way he haa done, and
Is still doing an Incalculable amount of
Injury, nt only to the printers' trade,
but to the Individual themselves by
maintaining an Institution which I reg
ularly turning out a finished product of
Incompetents' to swell the runks of
an already overcrowded art.
"If Hofer Is a friend of labor It would
be Interesting to know who It enemies
The members of the Scandinavian Ite-
nevolent Society are requested to meet
at their hJl In the I'ythlan Building on
Monday, November 2nd, at 12 o'clock,
noon, for the purpose of attending the
funeral of the wife of Uro. Christ
Chrlsteiwon, Iiy order of
Til. OLSKN. President
AL'(5. DANIKLSO.V Sec.
Tune "The Vacant Chair."
We have met and shall elect hltn,
lie will fill that vacant chair,
And w hen Cleveland's term Is ended.
Will McKlnley will be there.
When four years ago we gathered,
To the breeze our flag we flew.
Then our standard was Protection,
Yes, and honest money, too.
Since the vote that seated Cleveland,
We have hod three years of woe.
Then Protection was rejected,
McKlnley now will make It go.
Open mills, not mints are needed,
We are tired of all free trade,
Bryan's boom Is nearly ended.
And McKlnley' Chair Is made.
H. T. Crosby
Mckinley club, attention;
All members of McKlnley Club are
requested to meet at their hall at
o'clock, sharp, on Monday evening,
November 2, to take part In the final
grand rally and torch light parade. This
is your last chance to show your col
ors for sound money, protection and
good government, so turn out and make
this demonstration the grandest of the
J. S. DELLINGER, Pres.
II. J. Wherlty, Sec.
SPECIAL OYBTEBS FOR VOTERS.
The New Style Chop House, No. 120
11th street, will offer special prices
during the next few days, for the bene
fit of voters. Times are hard and prices
have been established accordingly.
Eastern oysters In any style will he
served at 35 cents per dish. Shoalwater
Bay oysters, raw or stewed, 20 cents
per dish. Cocktails, 10 cents. .
JOS. TERP, Proprietor.
Notice Is hereby given that I have
been appointed administrator of the
estate of W. H. Ryan, deceased. All
persons having clilms against said es
tate must present the same to me at
Astoria, within six months from the
date hereof. All persons Indebted to
said estate are hereby notified to pay
said Indebtedness to me, forthwith.
F. J. CARNEY,
Astoria, Or., October 8, 1896.
A gentleman's resort, at corner of
Bond and Twelfth streets. The finest
brands of liquors and cigars always
on hand. Call and try us.
ANDERSON & PETERSON,
Salton Sea Salt for baths at
the Estes-Conn Ing Store
10c and 25c per package.
Mn$ on application.
WORK OS THE
(Continued from First Fag.)
at ihe mouth of the creek and hd of
tide water. It was supposed then, and
la (till believed, that this clearing wa
done for the purpose of Ih erection of
a large saw mill. A large percentage
of the timber In thl valley ha reached
It maturity, and a on a there I a
market for It, should be cut. Pnlbly
nothing will he done here until after
tho completion of the A. A t.'. 11 It It.
Then the timber will be maufactured
for Kat-rn market.
What does the erection of a large
aw mill at thl point signify?
Thl company own a large amount
of railroad material In Mlchliian, aland
When the tlm arrive, engines and
car loaded with railroad material will
be put upon aome track with Western
connection, brought out. the mill ervct-
,1. tracks laid In the wood, a road
built on the west bank of the slough,
connecting with the A. A C. II. It. It.
at crowing of Illlnd Rlough; ealde track
latlon, freight warehouses, etc., will
It means the employment of several
hundred men at the mill and In the
wood. Many of theae men will have
famllle and will became permanent
ettler. The company will have no use
for the land after the timber I rut
iff, and It will probably be sold to the
Coming lower down I Pig Creek.
emptying Into the Columbia at the
end of the Corey grade.
In ascending this creek, not
good timber la found. For the Unit
three or four miles from this ilnt the
timber gradunlly widen out until a
point Is reached from which It extends (gladly send full particulars lo all send
for miles In every direction. On the Ing stamp. IIm M. A. Ktcbblua, Law-hmu-
and nlvr the NehaWm divide 111,. I rem e. Mich.
finest of the timber Is found. It I
claimed that thl NehaU-m timber, for
at least one mile from the summit, ran
be brought this way by logging rnglio
more profitably than It ran be lukrn 1 1
a logging road entering Ihe Nehnlem
from Astoria. In thl district Michi
gan men have purchased land. The es
tlmule In the district Is :iki.0o0.ihiO. It
111 be brought out by railroad, and t
i at Int.) Warren three-fourths of a mile
above Knappa. At some pulnt on the
slouirh near the rallroud a saw mill will
When this will lie done depends upon
contingencies, which cannot be dlseusi
ed In this paper. RESIDENT.
TO Ct'KIC A '!. 11 IN IINC IMV,
Take laxative Promo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas.
'TWILL BE DIFFERENT TUESDAY.
Washington, October 31. "The elec
tion of Bryan la an absolute certainly,"
said Chairman Butler, of the national
Populist committee. In reviewing the
campaign tonight. "Bryan has now
absolutely certain 258 electoral votes
and his popular majority will be larger
than the electoral majority, and It will
he at least two millions, which Is aliout
the size of the Populist vote."
It was reported last night that t.m,oco
was yesterday bet In Portland to 15
that McKlnley would be elected. In
Astoria during tho afternoon one man
bet that he could name twenty-five
states that would go for Bryan, and
then bet 150 more that he could name
ten out of the balance of the stales
that would also go for Bryan. A prom-,
Inent citizen promptly covered the beta.
VOTERS OF CLATSOP COUNTY-
Not one line of telegraphic news Is
printed In any afternoon paper pub
lished In Astoria. The articles In these
papers day after day, purporting to be
received by them from outside sources
by telegraph, are either RANK FOR
GERIES or dispatches stolen from the
columns of the Astorlan and Oregonlan
and garbled with the view to Impose
upon unsuspecting readers.
While no deflnltec arrangement for
Astoria's participation In the celebra
tion of the opening of the Cascade locks
have been made, It Is understood that
the Chamber of Commerce will take
such measures as will Insure this city
being properly represented upon that
ROYAL BaKing Powder.
Highest of all In leavening
Strength U. S. Oovernment Report
There are reasons for believing that
Mrs. Lease will have to worry through
the next four years with a very poor
opinion of the country. Washington
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,
Ulgglns 4 Co.
Until .In n miry 1, 1SU7, im an imluctmiont to purdiiiHorn of
Html Entiid', lota in
and Warrenton Park . . .
will lt Bold tit gnuitly niluiMl pricow.
Thin in tho In'bt situutttl jiiojuirtv tm tlio wont hMo uf the
liny, within ntonV throw of tlm tlfot in Wnmmton,
whVro duo I't'oplo uro now living.
that pruvs will ml
Reiialor Joue and t'linlnuin Pull
forllt any they will put up a hot tight
In thl state. Thai waa what Ihe barn
did when It was struck by lightning.
Speed and stfely ar. the watchwords
of the age. Hue Minute Cough Cur.
acln speedily, safely, and nevi-f falls.
Asthma, broiuhlll, coogha and colds
are cured by It. Charle llogers.
The Increasing lillteniea ofMr. Hry-
ti's reference to national democrat
Indicate that he Is be-Inning to real
ise how many Ihere are of ihrin. !
trolt Kree l're
Mr. U It. 1'atlon. Ibx kford, III.,
write! "From personal iprrlcnee I
can recommend I1 Witt' Harsaparilla,
a cure for Impure blood and general de
bility." Charles llogers.
The best chemical compound for
washing powder 1 "Hoap Koaiu," aa It
will not "yellow Ihe clothr." nor burn
the hands. It' the flue! thing In the
wi.rld for lh bath. One trial will con-i
v I nee you.
Meany Is the leading tailor, and pays
the highest cash prle for fur sklna.
WANTED A good girl for gwneral
housework. Apply at the Astorlan of
fice. WANTKtv-ltuatln. woman.
Hood nurse, with reference Call or
. 1.1 !, K. V 74 Aatnr tiL
I.APIKS-I mak big wages at home,
'and want all to haw tho anine opurtu-
nlty. The work I very pluaaunt and
will easily pay tin weekly ' Thl Is no
deception. I want no money and will
FOR RENT Four room house. Apply
ComnuTi lul stiei-t, Aslorlu m
and Investment Co.
Foil KENT Three of four newly fur
nished room, suitable for hoiiackeep
Ing. Apply to Mrs. (1. V, l'oiter, furni
j FOR RENT--A front room nicely fur
n lulled. Inquire 224 Bond street, city.
Foil HE.NT-Thr.-e or four furnished
rooms, suitable for light house-keeping.
Inquire at Crow's nailery.
roil BENT Three or four rooms,
with board. Mrs. E. C. Ilolden, corner
91 h and Duane streets.
JAPANESE GOODS Fireworks -
Just out Just received Just what you
want at Wing Lee's. 643 Commercial
SEASIDE LUMBER YARD.
OFFICE S55 COMMERCIAL ST,
B.F. AhLiEN &SOjN
Will Pfr, Artlits' Mtriali, Piloll.
Ollt. Glatt. tie. JipntM Mining l.
Rug sntf Banboo Goo4i
365 Ccmmerclat Htreet.
A. V. ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, FJ, Provisions, Fruit
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Piated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Tenth and Commercial a treats.
S. Fufcman, lata of Fretman ft HoIbim,
R. T. fcAHLi. lata of Stockton Cal.
and Boiler Maker
MnuKn7uf fll1 Kinds of IHaohlnery
Iron and Brass Castings
General Blacksmith Work
SPECIALTIES - Welch Patant Whaal, Ship
Smllhttiz and Steamboat Work, Cannary ana
Mill Machinery. Marina an 4 Stationary Boll
era Built lo Order.
Specially equipped for logger' work
1 8th and Franklin. Phone 78
I. A FASTABEND,
HOUSE, BRIDGE flfJD CDHARF BUILDER
Holies Moving Tools for Rent.
ASTORIA IHON WOHK8
Cooconly St., foot of Jackaos. Aatorla.
General Machinists and Boiler Makesr
Land and Marina bnglnea. Boiler work, Steam
boat and Cannery Work Specialty.
Ca.tlnr. of All Detcrlptlone Made to Order on
John fox.... President and Superintendent
A. L. Fox Vic President
O. B. Prael ..Secretary
First National Bank Treasurer
COLUMBIA III WORKS
a fow wooU. Now in your
R. L. Boyle & Co.
LOANS AND INVESTMENTS
Cine Ma.lt, OantM of All HI nil. Twa
Good Order and Everybody's Rights
C A. HANSON
ROSS HIGGINb i CO
Grocers, : and : Butchers.
A alerts end I 'Spa' Aaesrls
rise Taaa asd CoIms. Table Daikatiaa. Deetaeet
aad Tmpl, at Frulto. VafeuMee, Suffer
Cured Haae, Bav. tK.
Chokt Fresh and Salt Meats.
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. i Sell ASTORIA.
Iron it Htcol,
firoporii'ri A I'l-uvlnionH,
Hour Mill Kel,
Paints, Oiln, Yiiniirihtw,,
oorn it WiudowH,
Wagons & Vt'liii'lin.
The Palace Cafe
Is the Place for a
Is the shell or ca
Served to Order or Sold at Retail.
W. W. WHIPPLE
QEn... a RESORT
and nth SU.
ALliX CAMPH0IX, Prop.
.SNAP A KODAK,.
at an mao coining out of
our stors and you'll gut a.
portrait of a man brimming
orsr with pleaunl thoughts.
Hunh quality In tlin liquor,
wa have to oiler are enough to.
plraae any man,
COMB AND THY THBMj
HUGHES & CO.
GEO. NIC0LL, Assistant.
Iopp's Hew Brewery 1
A oomplnts stock of lumber on hand ,
In the roueh or dresaed. Floorlnr, rus
tic, outline;, and all kinds of finish:
mouldlnKS and shingles; also bracket ,
work done to order. Terms reasonable .
and prices at bedrock. All orders .
promptly attended to. Office and yard ,
at mill. ' H. F. L. IOOAN, Prop'r.
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