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IS6CXD EVERY CORNING.
P. W PARKER,
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(Additional Local tlctvs en 1st Page.)
Gns Ilogele -.rants a
scow of forty !
kiHstj cord' of uoot.1 capacity.
AitiUs KituF, a native of Tinland,
Knifw. took ont first citizenship pa
jwbcs yestorda .
A mortgage for $200 was yesterday
filed for record in the office of the
An usilre!ln lias baen found by
lv. "V. S. Short, and the owner can
have it by applying to him.
Fnmk R an proved up before Dep
KiC GonwJy Clerk Dickinson ester
flay ob s WomecHcad location.
The Pythian Liml and Building
AscocitH:i will Iiohl its annual meet
ing tins afternoon at2 o'clock.
There will bo a watch night service
l the Methodist church to-night from
3 to 12 o'clock. A cordial invitation
Seldom ha-? there been a heavier or
thicker fog over the city than that
ici ricurwl the streets last even
iwc mh1 snvlo lhe electric lights look
like tmr away planet-.
The s$ci Iiciji&e will leave for
tike Ijewis and Clarke on New Year's
evcaiac. mi which parties can go to
attend a daoce at "Walter Ingalls, re
tanwg to tliis ciy after the dance.
A solitary drunk appeared before
JMlfe .Tewctt 3 oatcrdny in the police
court awl was lined to Uie extent of
bis woaltf. which was only $1.0, and
departed penniless, but enjoj ing the
btestiags of liberty.
AlxMti noon a et erda'v a slight fire
occMrml ou tlie steamer Suomi, the
skirt of one of the crew that was 'laid '
h Ike bnifer lo dry catching lire,
cauditttr a dcse smoke to arie creat
ine qwrio a little excitement for the
Qa Monday eveninc the steamer
TtieftiKHHc brought down from Ka
huna JKJ.903 pounds of railroad iron.
The rails were marie at Johnstown,
lu and the freight on 11imii from
tfcon t Kalama was S-111-7, which
Canute Hp jHile an expense for trans-
TwomSj -five ineutlers of Company
II. wawk- command of Capt. Wherity,
tMral ont in uniform, with side arms,
inet nui ami marchod to Libert
knM. wkens tbex at'euded the Mikado
ontortnimnit. preHinlsng a fine ap
panameft. They all patronized the
MUftok RMim there, also.
In iihinking over your amusements
finr ihm oonMg das, do not forget the
nnM hy U Scandinavian Benevolent
ScieA at the Columbia caunery ou
Sa4ma evening of this week, for the
oeawni&lee of arrangements are doing
aH in iftteir power to make it a suc
cess, and will be glad to welcome their
BeHiawea aud sailors complain of
Ue rcokle&s shooting which i daily j
laac done on the river front by bojs
roii shooting at the ducks aud
divers. The bullets orten pass in too
okre proximity to the men to be
sseonWe. and the police should look
t for the Ikijs and prevent tho
3ooiia, which is a violation of a city
The engineer department at ash
Ktgtoa hss apjK)inteil a committee to
establish the harbor lines for Port
land, and the members thereof are the
same who were recentlv the commit
tee to establish harbor lines for Asto
ria. The names are Col. George H.
lendoll. Maj. T.1L Handbnry and
OapL T. W. Svmons. Thev will meet
r.t the call of Col. Mcndell."
Thre was a juvenile party last
evening at the residence ot Mrs.
liogaa. given for her son Bay, and
attended by the following misses and
masters: Lena Mason. Jessie Jewett,
.Mefci Davis, Maud Stockton, Nellie
Mason. Jennie Douglass. Clara Simp
fB. Frankie lleldei: Ray Logan,
Andrew Dalgity, Frank Cody, Alfred
Cleveland. Bert Boss and Eddie
bombers ot Company H, O. N. G..
are preparing for the regulation drill
of the company which will be held on
.Taauary 14th in Armory hall. The
best drilled man in the company will
receive .1 gold modal, and by winning
becomes his personal property. Tho
trophy, which is a very handsome one,
is oa exhibition at the diamond palace
of G. Hansen.
Frank Gnun. chief clerk of the Oc
cident hotel, gathered up the after
math of the fire in his room yester
day morning. It comprised a ruined
watch with an oxidized silver case, a
spoiled suit of clothing aud a bad cold.
It has beoa decided that the fire was
the result of spontaneous combustion
among a bunch of matches in Mr.
Gtinn's vest pocket, which was hang
ing on the bed post.
As will be seen by reference to a
new advertisement which appears in
this issue, the county proposes to have
a new court house and jail, and for
that purpose invites bealed offers of a
location. Here is a chance for land
owners who wish to secure the loca
tion of the county building to make
their wants and "wishes known, anv
time prior to January 31, 1S91, when
the proposals will be opened at the
office of the county clerk.
A oonnle of pistol shots alarmed
the neighborhood ot "West Ninth
and Third, streets shortly after 8
o'clock yesterday morning. There was
a hurrying and scurrying of passersby
but no police man. as since the force
has been reduced it takes all the
patrol to gnard the city at night time.
It might have been a murder, but it
wasn't, and investigation disclosed
that a colored man had fractured the
city ordinance by shooting a couple of
Choice Apples ft)c to 73c per bov at
Foakd & Stokes.
TIE INLY RESTAURANT-JEFF'S
BEATEN NEARLY TO DEATH.
A brutal assault was made on a
Chinaman about 10 o'clock Monday
night on the roadway in Upper
town, between the Clatsop mill and
Adolph Johnson's house. Mr. John
son witnessed the assault and went to
j the rescue of the unfortunate pagan,
out as tuo assaulting party were three
iu number, Mr. Johnson was unable
to apprehend any of them. Ho states
that he piped for a police officer sev
eral times, but none came. Mr. John
son, in describing the assault, stated
that two Chinese were proceeding
along the roadway. One was carrying
a basket of provisions, and it
was this unfortunate that ap
peared to incur the wrath 6t
the hoodlnni3, for as soon as they
cnrnQ "P lo the umnese they attacked
them. On of the Celestials manacred
to escape but the one with the basket
was thrown to the ground and rolled
in the mud, one of the assailants fin
ally kicking the Pagan's head into a
jelly. There is no doubt but he
would have killed the poor unfortu
nate had not Johnson put in an
appearance and piped for the police.
The citizens of TJppertown are very
indignant over the occurrence and
others of a similar nature and will
endeavor to have the council appoint
an officer for the TJppertown district.
THE COUNTY COURT.
The Tax Lcy Not Made New Court
House and Jail.
The county court held a short ses
sion yesterday morning, Judge Mc
Guire presiding, and Commissioners
Nurnberg and Carruthers present
The amount of the state tax levy
not having been received, the court
was unable to fix the amount of the
Bids for a site for a court house and
jail were ordered advertised for.
Adjourned until January 3rd, at 11
Card Troni Captain Wood.
AsTonrA, Or., Dec 30, 1S90.
In regard to the article published
in the Uregonian of Sunday and The
Astoriax of to-day, I wish to say, if I
had any complaints to make to the
pilot commissioners, I have sense and
honor enough to make them to the
commissioners themselves in writing,
and if they want any report or infor
mation from me, they will ask me. The
man that said I ever denied the sailing
or seagoing qualities of the San Jose
! tells a he. I took charce of the San
Jose December 13th, and for ten days
I had bad weather. The log shows
whore the boat was all that time, and
I was reported as being up the Sound.
I went on board the ship Viscount on
the 2Jrd square off the mouth of the
river. Give mo at least credit of keep
ing near the bar and handling her in
i a seamanlike manner. I have been a
pilot hero for years, and E defy any
man to say I ever was drunk while on
duty. The ship Viscount is in Port
land, and if I was drunk on board of
her or any other ship while on duty,
it is not only in the power of Captain
Brown to IjiIta mv nnnpra from top
( but it is his sworn duty as a pilot
commissioner to do so, and I ask him
to make a thorough investigation of
this whole matter in jnstice to myself
and my employers. G. "W. Wood,
Important To Xa igatioH.
A special meeting of the Portland
chamber of commerce was held last
evening to consider the proposal of
Frank Upton, of Kobe, Japan, to put
on a line of steamers between Port-
land and China and Japan. Another
subject was the consideration of ways
and means to secure a twenty-five-I
foot channel to the sea, without hav
ing to wait for another river and har
bor bill to be passed.
I Tho fact that the county commis
sioners decided yesterday to adver
tise for bids for a site for a new court
house and jail, was good news to a
j number of citizens, aud when assem
blyman elect J. W. Welch learned of
it he immediately made a formal offer
to the commissioners of a half block
120x380 feet, on 5th and Spruce
streets, free. He stated that he would
put the offer in writing and also do
what he could toward furniphing rock
for the foundation walls free of
Don't Go Shabby
But look out for the Famous Ply
mouth Kock Pants Co.'s Pants, to
order from S3.00 to $8.25. Suits from
S13.25 to $23.00. Overcoats from $10.
25 to $25.00. Every garment guaran
teed. P. J. Meaxt, Agent
Gccsc, Turkeys and Chickens
For Xew Year's dinner at
Thompson & Ross'
Choice Creamery Butter.
Dew Drop Canned Goods, the finest
in the market, fresh pack. AH at
Thompson' & Ros3'
C. It. I P. V. Notice.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Columbia Hiver Fishermen's Protective
Union will be held at their Heading
Kooms, Tuesday, January C, 1891, at
7 30 p.m.
All members in good standing are re
quested to attend.
Ai.nx. Sittton', Secretary.
This Wednesday-evening, at 8 o'clock
at Bavaria Beer Hal I.
Fresh country eggs in any quantity
at 30 cents a dozen, at
Foard & Stokes.
Fruits. Nuts, Popcorn and sweet cider
for the Ilolidays at
V. G. Howell & Co.'s.
The latest style ot Gents' Boots and
Shoes at P. J. Goodman & Co.'s.
Worte Than JLcprosj
Is Catarrh, and there is but one prepa
ration that docs cure that disease, and
that is the California Positive and.Neg
atn e Electric Liniment. Sold by J. W.
Conn. It also cures neuralgia, rheuma
tism, headache, sprains, burns and all
pain. Try it and tell your neighbor
w here to get it.
For lame back, side
Shiloh's Porous Plaster.
Sold by Th. Olsen.
or chest, use
Price 25 cents.
Ludlow's Ladies' S&00 Fine Shoes;
also flexible hand-turned French Kids,
at P. J. Goodman & Co.'s.
TI1AT HACKING COUGH can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it Sold by Th. Olsen.
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and
Bronchitis immediately relieved by
Shiloh's Cure. Sold by Th. Olsen.
TIl FRAXKFORT RAILROAD AGAI.W
CaptalafcGray Makes a Statement to a;
Yesterday The Astorian- had an
article headed "No Kailroad to Prank
fort," copied from the Oregonian of
the day previous. Captain 3. H. D.
Gray was in Portland, and saw the
original article, and yesterday's Orc-gonian-goxe
his version of the matter,
which is copied as follews:
The item In yesterday's paper in
relation to the abandonment of the
project of building a road on the north
bank of the Columbia, and the lapsing
of the option on the bonded land 'op
posite Astoria, referred to Knapplon,
and not to Frankfort Captain J. H.
D. Gray, of Astoria, was in the city
yesterday, and furnished some import
ant information concerning the pro j
jeciea line to De Duiit irom j? rankiort
to a connection with tho Northern
Pacific at a point yet to hp dwided
Frankfort, Wash., is situated directly
north of Tongue Point, and is located
on the west side of Gray's bay. It is
about three miles above the tu?n of
Knappton. The Frankfort people, and
those who are interested in the rail
road movement, own all the property
there, Captain Gray says. The Prank
fort Land Company and Captain J.
H. D. Gray own about 800 acres, in
cluding the present town site; others
own the property in the immediate
vicinity, and are also interested in the
development of that region. 'They
have never bonded anything," said
Captain Gray, "and are at the present 1
time organizing a subsidy, for which J
capitalists have agreed to construct a i
railroad from Frankfort eastward.
From Winlock, on the Northern Paci
fic railroad, to Frankfort is about
thirty-eight and one-half miles on an
There are two feasible routes over
which reconnoissances have been made
one is up the valley of ihoGra-v's
river and down Stillwater to the
Northern Pacific The other is up
Crooked river, through the valley of
the Skamokawa, over a pass in Aber
nethy mountains, and thence down
the Chehalis river to a junction with
the present branch of the Northern
Pacific being constructed from Che
halis to South Bend. One of the-e
lines would not be over thirly-lhv
miles in length, and the other will nut
exceed forty-five miles. Both lines ex- j
tend through magnificent belts of J
timber, as fine as any that can bo.
found on the Pacific coast. All along
the projected routes there are crop
pings ot coal and iron. Captain Gray J
says the presence of iron in many 1
places is so manifest that the survey- I
ors, in running the line, had much J
difficulty with their instruments. The
needle of the compass was so strongly
influenced that efforts to run lines
had to be abandoned.
Gray's Kiver valley is settled back
for nbonfc fiftepn miles. Thn milronil.
it is claimed, can be constructed for'
that distance very cheaply. Those
who are interested in tho develop- J
uii:ux,ul uw., reyiou ure verv gauguinc
UI." k" "J- "" v -"o uiiu-u
will soon be constructed, without
The Oregonian has been disposed
to favor the construction of a line to
Astoria by the Union Pacific rather
than a lino to Frankfort or Knappton.
What has been said in this matter has
been said in the interests ot Astoria,
which is an Oregon city and an estab
lished place of business. The Orv
gonian had supposed Captain Gray
to be an Astoria man.
"Tried and true' is the verdict of peo
ple who take Hood's Sarsapaftlla. The
good effects of this meeicine are soon
lelt In nerve strength restored, that
tired feeling driven off, a good appetite
created, headache and dyspepsia re
lieved, scrotum cured.
A fine line of Cigars and Cigarettes
can be found at the Columbia Bakery,
5DG Third street.
Go to the Columbia bakery for all
kinds of ,;akes.
Hand in your order early to the Ore
gon Bakery and avoid the rush.
Go to Olsen's for Cuban Blossoms, 10c
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
Eerfuinery, and toilet articles etc can
e bought at the lowest prices at J. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident
Choice flams 14 cents per pound at
W. G.IIoweli. to Co.'s.
Fresh Clatsop epgs 40 cents per dozen
TH03IPSOX o; JiOS".
The Store lately occupied by Thrall
bnerman. Apply to
C. S. Guxdeusox.
Tou. can save money by using air.
Gilbert's J5inf3ndel wine Instead of
coffee or tea. It is much healthier and
costs only 60 cents per gallon. It is
three years old. He has also peach and
apricot brandy. Don't forget h s
French Cognac and French Wine.
Remember the Austin house ai
Seaside Is open the year 'round.
Free Delivery of Mail.
Benewyour subscriptions at Griffin
& Reed's lor papers and periodicals for
1891. Brim; name of street and number
of your house, and thus you will insure
prompt delivery of 3our readliiii tnatier.
Closing out at reduced prh e,s. at
McEwan's, 526 Third street.
The 8th series of the Astoria Building
and Loan Association will he opened
January 1st, 1891. All persons wishing
to subscribe for stock will please call
on the secretary on or before that date.
W. L. Ronu, Sec'y.
Main St. bet 1st and 2d. 1, X.
Fruits, Candy, Nut.
Fresh Peanuts every day, I. X.
And Free Lunch at the Telephone :a
loon,5cents. Fine Table Wiue
Delivered at CO cents a gallon, to any
part of the city. A line line of pure
California wines at low prices, at A.
W. Utzinger's Cosmopolitan saloon.
Only One iu tin United States.
Out of 1357 cough syrups manufac
tured in the United States, but one has
been found to be entirely free from
opiates and that is the California Posi
tive and Negative Electric Cough Cure,
which is the best on earth for coughs,
colds, croup, etc. Sold by J. W. Conn.
Charles IligRlns, n colored man. from
England, is now prepared to do all
kinds of housework, beating carpets,
cleaning windows, offices, etc Ad
dress this office.
CliillrBiL CryftrPitcier's Castoria
CtfRISTJIAS AT CHAD WELL. J
Happy and Interd
verv movable uiinsrmaa exercises
were nem at tue unauweii scnooi
E. C. "While, well versed in Christ
mas annals, and familiar with Orien
tal as well as European countries and
customs, reviewed the history of the
occasion. Appropriate recitations aud
dialogues, embracing just enough of
the gently humorous to mako the
evening a marry as well as a happy
one, were rendered by George Knotts,
Willie True, Charlio Aylmore, Alex.
Hart, Lizzie Pohlsou, Florence True,
Will Knotts, Joe Heckard, Georgie
Aylmore, Prank True, J. Heckard and
A choir, composed of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. True, Misse3 Lillie Dow, Katie
Bachelor, Lottie True, Messrs. Prank
Sales, C. Dow aricl T. " Heckafd, fur
nished fitting and much enjo ed vocal
and instrumental music.
The two "trees" were very tastefully
and brilliantly decorated," and well
laden with Santa Claus' bounties.
The exercises closed by all singing
The whole affair seemed to be
highly enjoyed by all present, and
would have done credit to a far more
in Astonishing Offer Some of the
The San Francisco papers of recent date
sontaincd the following effer:
"As an evidence of the ability of Joy's
Veretablo Sarsaparllla to nrevent sick head
aches, wo w ill give to the firat twelve re-
sponslblcpersons who will apply at our office
a bottJo tree if they wlU acrce that after
they have been cured that they will admit
the fact over their signatures.'
This offer so startlingly asserted the cUi
ciency of the remedy that many accepted,
and the letters of the parties, nearly all of
whom responded, arc probably tho most
convincing attestations that any remedy
e or received. Tho following is a sample 0
I have been subject to bilious headaches
and constipation for several ears past; in
ct, have been compelled to tai.e a pbjslc
t cry other nicht or else I would have a
headache and dull, mean fcclintr. I havn
laVcn that bottlo of Joy's Vegetable Sarsa-
nntla, and have derived peat benefit from
it, and intend continuing it. After my own
f xicrienre I can heartily advise those troH
bled with biliousjiu3anu constipation totrr
'f. Vo'ir. CIIAS. II ELK1XGTON.
. 125 Locust A enuc, ban Fraucltco,
I-t IVrlu 1 ubitia all imported.
?Inr tir Mailriti.
L.i ram.iua iu ICt-y i IJiancK
JtfailiiU Kocuu in :i'ar of t Iar Stor
(' i.vi:i.r-s OusiiVs
f 'i.uio F.r --:ii
Kst(.v llprip. , fir.t Hnss COUdiCon
lU -a,i ci:ea). Appiv to
tii. No. ihC:ssini't.
Mr li.U. Lo-
Ijfui'ii hall IVoiT.ibh and all the
nil m pan 1 on lilt- at lhe Sun-
ii, -1 it
rVo.iiiii;; 4tit i1 J.i Nuroifc.
1: -er"!id l. tlie fact il:ti nearly
eeiIio(l c.ls "j. .Ii'ITn New ic
taurant. Fres!i Oj -... I'axtem Ulams
At John TtogorV m-irftcl, oppo-a'e C. 11.
Cooper'-. Third ?treeL
i'ninly aud ?nts
A.t Holmes, W0 Third tm r.
At Holmes, W0 Third street.
Parker & Hanson.
SO cents pctiH"'Ion r.t th cimp s'ore
"n town. W. (1 I low n.t. t 1 0
irecon vlLilJJU''aJJ fH 'a.rn'-.
ill Hftl I
GlVr BY THE
Saturday. January 3rd. 1891,
A Splendid Good Tlmr In this
Fine Ba'I Rooii
Ulunic by Ufzingcr's Orchestra.
Grano March at 8:30 p. m.
INVITATION COMMHTEE. -Adolf
Johnson. C Ecnon. Aug Danlelson
.?. T. CarK n. L. l-:nin.
FLOOR COM MITT! K
(J. Eoftson. .J. 1.. CarKnu. Martin 01s.cn.
llictrr i.ilMictLss -ali'th aluajs attends
1 lie ciai u.uirrs men uy uie xaii(!ina. tan
Ben ".o'ent ;ocirt is a ufil.-lent unarautec
that an enjoj able tlm vwh he had by all
w mi attend.
Admission, Gentleman and La
A large stock of all
New Year Sifts
New York Novelty Store.
REAL ESTATE TRA
Deeds filed or recorded De
1890. as reported for Thb Mb
Astoeiak bv tne .Asiona a.
Title and Trust company r
US to Michael Gornmn, re
ceiver's receipt for WK of
mn rciy .f "MVJL
nvir nf NRU. rtc 1J7. Tf;
' ' -o cv; ' ' i9jyA
YJN,JS7 W l:"-KL
Michael Gorman to JJ iyw
.niuuyeu, talus piuiij
J 0 Dement ancTwife to H
F Bruhn, lots 7 and 8, blk
5, Dement's. . . t . . . . . .
E A Noyes to A W Blinn, lot
10. blk 5, North add -..
C Harahan to J CoZeiiis
1 to 8, blk 4, Bosedatiw.
G W Johnson Bnd wife (aS
ofSEK of NEff
Deeds filed, G: total amounts 3.970
Previously reported this year 1,935,507
Total to date 1,939,477
They Must Have Fell Happy.
Yesterday's Oregonian thus alludes
to some of our wandering citizens who
were found in Pertland: $
P. C. Reed, J. H. D. Gray and J. O."
Hantborn, of Astoria, placed their au
tographs on tho St. Charles register
yesterday. "We'll have a railroad to
Astoria one of these days," exultingly
remarked one of the gentlemen, "and
then Portland will not be in it. Why?
Because the grain of tho inland em
pire will ride to Astoria in side-door
Pellmang: great lumber mills will de
vastaift?foresta along the Colnm-
biaK ship their products to the
markers- across the sea; the flour to
feed our Oriental neighbors will be
made within a gunshot ot tho Pacific
ocean. Astoria will be such a hive of
industry n3 has not before been known
to the Northern Pacific coast" And
the gentleman closed one eye and
went out to view life as it is seen in a
EGZEfclA 17 YEARS
Cured in S AVccks. One of JJic
Greatest Cures Ever Performed.
Ty t!ic Cnlicxira. Remedies.
UUions'iif iiirecmontti-sa rash (which
fie ur.rU. prr.d to be eczema or salt
rlu'tun) iniiltj U appcarauco mi my face.
l'liJki.i'i after hMc!an ;. called. 2fone
or l ''.undid me ati". :oil at all but made
me wciiNC. Tin disease continued unabated :
spread to mv .riwi ai-d leg. till I was laid
up enuruiy, anci irom
continually s-Ittlnc on
the floor on a pillow, my
limbs contracted -o that
I lost all control o! them
.ml was utterly helpless.
3Iy mother would have
to lift ine out and into
bed. I cou'dget around
thehonve on my hands
ana lct. but I cuuld not
net my clothes en at all,
and ban to near a sort
f drrvihi!! to.n. My
hair ha 1 an matted dow n
r fa Imi off. and mr
g -j iv. .. ,1 f,ccand eaiswere
one scab. The disease conlluucd In this
manner until I was sc nteen 3 ears old.
and 01.0 dav In Jain ir , IS79. I lead n ac
count hi the tribune of our Guticura
ItEMr.Dis. Ir decnbed n y cast o exact
ly that 1 thought, as a la-t sesort, to give
them a trial. Wpn I first applied them I
was nil raw and bleeding, from scratching
myelf,lms I went asleep almot imsnediate
h . something I lnd rot dn for 3 ears, the
effect was o soothing. In about t v. o weeks
I caul t stand btniUlitLr.t not walk, I was
owcak; but my sores were nea?ly well.
As 1 ear as I ean ju'ge, the clticuka
liFiiKim-scnrd me in nl ut six to eight
we-ks.a:i! u: tothlsdati'-it c. fr in Janua
ry . 1870, to.Janmry, 1SS7) I have not been sick
mativ uv. or h.ie hadtbe least signs of
the Uise.te reappearing on me.
AV. J. MCDONALD,
3732 Dearborn St.. Chicago, 111., June CO. 'S7
Are the only iufiliblc Skin and Blood
ruririeib. told ever, v.hcro, I'ricoClTicu
KA.ttic great ."-kin Cure. 50c; Cuticura
hOAP. an exauUUe Skin rniiflcr and beau
tlfler. 2Se; Cuticuka Hesoi.vf.nt. the
new b'ood Pariacr, Si. Trepnred by the
roTrnu t'HVi and Cukic:. i oupor
ins end for "How to Cnro Snin ! iscasc?."
Gl pages, CO illustration", and 100 testimonials.
HOW MY SIDE ACHES!
( hing Sides and Hack, Hip, Kld
uev anil Uterine L'hIiis. and rhenm-
S? atiMn relcivcd. in.ouc mln--'il
ute bv the Cuticura. Anti-
PianPlastcr. The fint and only In
sanuuicons p'dn-killiug piaster.
FOB SIXTY DAYS
Account of Hard Times.
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Solid Sold ana Silver Watches,
Clods aifl Jewelry.
A fine stock of Jewelry at the latent pat
erus 1 1 select from. Uepairlnjr Fine Cnro
nometers. Watclus. Clocks and all kinds of
Jewelry made a specialty. All work war
ranted, and on reasonable terms. A large
and comple assortment ot optical goods.
Call and examine oods and prices.
fcliop, 53 -Third Street, nwet to Worsley &
G. W. SMITH,
ASTORIA, ' OREGON.
styles to seject-froro.
and Calling. Cards
ve Hundred Dozen !
A - &
S2 f . B . S
IbADIESVA VI I. II
dUkiajJ MT k
Silk and Linen.
Leading1 House f AstonaTTOr
Hf ?& xv-y4X. ytv
1 ' '' MjM
Watch His Window
The Popular Boot and Shoe Store, 537 Thifd
Opposite the Office ot tho late "Evening Pioneer."
K. DUTARK. "WM- BUAUDT.
Shaving, Haireutting Saloon
I wish to Inform my customers, and. the
public at large, that I have interested. Mr.
Vm. Brandt, as auxiliary In currying on the
thaln. andllalrcuttlnc; business, opposite
the Delmonlco restaurant, on Coucomly
street, next to Tarker Uouse, Astoria.
CaH and see for 1 ourself.
, L. E. DUPAEK.
LOT ON MAIN St.
Wingate & Stone.
v w m
and Brefone Lace.
Holiday : : Goods.
North Pacific Brewery
- JOHN KOPP, - - Proprietor.
BREWER OF , ,
EXTRA FINE BOHEMIAN LAGER 4l&
8-ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
SECOND - STREET
(Opp. Telephone Landing.)
Ts tfifi TSnn Tnn Rfistonrcint nf ttfi f m
l.VM tuk trinx&i: vx ion uuabt.;
Dinner Parties, Banquets, aSptcuttf:
Xlie finest Wines and Xlguori.
Private Entrance and RmK 1
N. B. No connection with his old place oa
Cashmere and Silk
m. a i m "4.
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