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On receipt of the list of bookB discrlbed, accompanied by a remltance In postage stamps tor all ver to the amount of S cents for each book ordered, we will have the books Bent postpaid to the. address of any regular subscriber to The Weekly Asto rlan us above. INFERIOR GOODS. The only safe way for purchasers is to Insist on having the genuine article, and not allow themselves to he awiiv died by having plasters said to be "Just as good, or "containing superior in gredients," Imposed upon them. These are only tricks to sell inferior goods that no more compare with Allcook's Torous Planters than copper does with gold. One trial of Allcuck's Porous Plasters will convince the most skep tical of their merits. The eminent Henry A. Mott, Jr., Ph.D., F. C. S., late Government Chenv 1st. certifies: "My Investigation of Allcock'i Por ous Plaster shows It to contain valua ble and essential Ingredients not found In any other plaster. And I find It su perlor to and more efficient than any other piaster." Ask for Allcook's, and let no solk-lta tlon or explanation Induce you to nc cept a substitute. A Kure Cure lor Pile. Itching Tiles a. known by moisture like perspiration, causing- Intense Itching when warm. This lorm, as well as minu, Heeding or Protruding, yield at once to lr. Hosanko's Pile Hemedy. which acta directly on the parts affected, absorbs tu mora, allays Itching ana enects a ivcrmiinent cur. Wc. DruBKist or mall. Circulars free. Dr. Rosunko, 9 Arch street. Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by J. W. Conn. x REDUCED RATES ON THE UNION PACIFIC. ' Commencing May 1st.' round trip rates to Chlcujro will be reduced to J!i8.60; Omaha, Kansas City and Soux City, S0.; Denver, $70. Tickets good via other lines returning. Kor further information call at ticket office IT. P. dock G. W. LOUNSBEKRY. UlXK Agent. Astoria, Or. I CAPITA The Weather Bureau Iratiiralioii Re salts in Charts of Fraail, PBOPERTT ILLEGALLY SOLD The Secretary of Agrlcnlture Itecom mended to Make Chance In tli Ver unnel of the llureau. Associated Press. Washington, May 24. Assistant At tomey General Colby today made a re port to the secretary of agriculture on the weather bureau Investigation. The evidence showa that the property of the government has been takton from the bureau, or for private use, or 11 legally sold; that official theft and em bezzlement has been discovered and brought to th'i notice of the chief of bureau, but that the offenders, with a single exception, never have been punlshvd, and mny thousands of dol lars worth of public property carried on the rolls Is not to be found in the bureau and Is unaccounted for. In coiv elusion Colby makes this significant suggestion os to the powers of th sec retary In the premises: The act of coiv gress making appropriations for the weathfer bureau for the fiscal year 1893, contains an express provision that the secretary of apiculture Is authorized to make such' changes In the personnel of the weather bureau for limiting or reducing expenses as hA? may deem necessary. PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. L. A. Loomls came down from thu metropolis yesterday. Mr. E. II. Case, of San was In the city yesterday. Francisco, Mr. J. J. Shaw, of Salem, Is In the city, a guest at the Occident. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle and child, of Flor ence, Or., arrived In town yesterday. Mr. F. Warren, the well-known can rmryman, Is a guest at the Occident. Mr. A. L. Elliott, of San Francisco, was among those who arrived In town yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cuthbertson will l.ave this city for California- tomorrow by the ocean steamer. Mrs. Charles Hermann and Mrs. P. V. Laren, of South Bond, are visiting at the itsldence of Mra Wm. Drennon. ALONG THE WHARVES. The schooner Pioneer, lumber liuK-n for Rcdondo, arrived down yesterday morning. Tht steamer Wllluna sailed for the Sound yesterday morning, and will no longer bo kept on the Shoalwater Bay and Portland route. The British bark Sutlrt?rlnndshlre, hence with grain, passed Beachy Head on the 15th Inst. The bark Western Belle took gome heavy spars on board yswterdny at Kinney's dock. One was fifteen tons In weight, being 40 Inches In diameter at the lnrge end, and about 90 feet long, Seven of the spnrs have oli'ady been placed on board, leaving six more to eompK-'ta that portion of the Western Belle's cargo. The steumer Elmore crossed out yes terday morning bound for Tillamook. The Haytlan Republic sailed yVstor day for British and American Sound ports. The death Is announced of Hans An derson, who was probably tlw oldest settler In the Nehalean. He was a res Ident of this county for about thirty years and come to the const mori than a docado prior to his arrival here. He had only proved up on part of his land having taken up a homestead and a piv-emptlon claim. He made a will In which he bequeathed his ranch to two of his children, the oldest of whom, a daughter, being given the land on one sld! of the river, and the youngest child, a boy, falling In for the remain der. There were two. other children, whose shares wer. $10 each. CORA AND MAX LE HOEN. Cora, less than 6 years old, In songs and dances, the peer of anything herVs tofore seen at Cordray's. Little Max a marvel. His songs and dances put to shame many of th best artists on the stage. uregonlan, May 19th. Liberty Hull, Mny 29th. Reserved chairs at the New York Novelty Btore. DO YOU LIKE OYSTERS? Those who wish to have the finest Shoalwater Bay oysters or clams by the quart or pint In Jnrs, can have them delivered nice and fresh by Hom er Fletcher. Orders left at The Asto rlan ottlce will receive prompt and care ful attention from him. A CULTIVATED TASTE Would naturally lead a person possess ing It to prefer the best things obtain able and guard against Imperfections. The Gall ltorden Eagle brand Con densed Milk is unequalled In quality as a trial will prove. Grocers and drug gists keep It. NOTICE! Use Zlnfandel wine Intend of coffee or tea. 50 rents per gallon. Pont forget lVch and nnrtcot hrandv. also Frvnch Cognac and wine at Alex. Gilbert's. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. rosltlve notice la hereby given that on Monday, May 22, 1893. I chall com mence to raiika actual levy upon per gonal and real property on which the taxes are delinquent of any and all taxpayer, the coats for Buch actual levy In some Instances Is double the amount of tax. Any peroon not wishing ueh cosU must pay their delinquent taxes prior to that date positively. And HI IDE after May 2, 1S93, the costs for adver tiNln will be added, this applies to all delinquents. II. A. SMITH. Sheriff. UNCLAIMED LETTERS. List of Letters Unclaimed at the As toria Postofflce. In applying for the letters referred' to herein state when advertised. Advertlves May 23, 1893. Anderson, Peter Appleton, John Davis, Airs. Jennie Dootey, John Erlkson-, Thos. Fisher, Aaron D. Grubirlch, Frank Griffin, Capt. E. D. Herron, James Hess, Miss Lena- ' Holway, Mrs. Jensen, Nels Johnson John J. Johnson Jakob A. Idell, Mrs.-Mlnnte Kline, Blrt, Lehto.MIss Uldrlca Love & Smith Lyons, MraAllte McNeoun, James Munzoll, Geo. Nixon, Grant Narton, William B. Parrott, Capt. W. E. Parrott, Wm. M. Parker, Geo. E. Peterson, Fred. Pernula, Jacob Rostad.Chrlstatn E.Robfcon, W. W. Smith, W. Skern, Mary M. Soute, Mra. S. E. Stons, Emll Wan, John Wiley, J. G. Wartoman, Sam FOREIGN LIST. Camlnltl, Pasgualt Errpusk, Charles Jonson, Jakob Kemppalm?n, Mattl Mlklln, Annethe McKeown, P. Paganetto.MathildeThompson, Slvert A JAMES W. HARE, P. M. CARD OF THANKS. ' I desire to return my heartfelt thanks to the members of Beaver Lodge, No. 35, I. O. O. F., and trios'.? other kind friends who In my recent terrible afflic tion assisted me at the funeral of my husband, P. W. Larson. Respectfully, MRS. MARIA C. LARSON. BUY A HOME AT AUCTION. On Saturday, May 27th, 1893, at 2 p. m., lots 12 and 13, in block 13, in Wil llamsport, at my auction . rooms on Second street. MARTIN OLSEN, Auctioneer. We will forfeit the entire evening's receipts to any one who discovers a battery or any mechanical contrivance whatever connected with Minnie Mar- den's performance at Liberty Hall May 29th. Reserved chairs at the New York Novelty store. Prof. Charles Marden. CHHireuCryrorPitctier'sCasterja Should Bo Arrested. The Popular Demand Who? What should be arrested? All excessive nervousness, dyspepsia, head ache, dizziness, sleeplessness, neuralgia, nervous debility, dullness, contusion of mind, nervous prostration. etc. They should be arrested, or stopped, before they develop Into a condition that can but result fatally. For this purpose no remedy equals Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, the discovery of the renowned specialist, whose remeuieB are tne won rter of the civilized world. Nervine is sold by Chas. Rogers, on a positive guasantee. ask lor nis dook rree. COMPLETE MANHOOD AND HOW TO ATTAIN IT. At last a medlcnl work thnt tolls the cause, describes the effect, points tint remedy. Tills I wtoiitlllcnllv the must valuable, nriWICully tho most boautlfut. medical Ikk tout htm ap peared for yearn; Wi iw.i, every pane libarliig a half tone Illustration lu tints. !i"inc of the subjects treated are Nervous Delilllty, Iiiiikv teney, sterility. Development, Varicocele, 'I'he Huslmnd, Those Iutcmllni; Marrlaw, etc. A'ecri Afiin trho temllit hnnw til Onnul TYhMs, fi 1'ltiin thrlii. the Old Urcrtt of 'I AVic-IHn-citivWt'flo Medicttl Fi'titu'e ta nwJh-tl to Mar rlrtl Life, left, icoiM ntime for ft'tltea anil iviilii future nttfuUn, phnuld write fur this WOSPKKFVr. LlTTf.K HOOK It will tie sent free, under seal, while the edi tlnn lasts. If convenient enclose ten vents to pay postage alonu. Address the publishers, ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. s? GOOD HEWS f i or tiiu miiiicRS ct consumers of , gb & Twit's I S.i rn to nn- Jt F noiiinT tiint hols now putt! rm liver pin e -i if in c.tTriunj;iy hiiiimi hi7 . y ( iviuitiinK till tlio vlrtiitmof the ' larger oui's. iimtiuitrMl purely Ovt'Kcttihlo. iMitttHlrHoi t m-riopUU i :iruNttll InsiumI. The exact tl.e of p TUTT'S TINY LIVER PILLS 3 S7j JAPANESE CURB A new and comploto treatment. conslBtiinr ol suppoidlorics, ointment in capsules, also in box ami pills; a positive cure .for external, In ternal blind or Weeding, Itching, chronic, recent or hereditary idles, and manv other diseases and female weaknesses; It Is always a great benetlt to the general health. The first discovery of a medical cure rendering an oper tion with the knife unnecessary hereafter This remedy has never bom known to fall. l per box, 6 for 5; sent by mail. Why suffer from this terrible diseaso when a written guar antee Is given with i boxes, to refund the money h not cured, Bend stamps for free sample. (Juarantee issued bv Woodward Clark A Co., Wholesale anil Retail Druggists puio Ageiua rortianu, ur. j)ir sale oyj. w. DR. GUN ITS ONION nvnim otnun F0R C0UGHS, COLDS AND CROUP. THE CHILDREN LIKE IT.' When a child, mother gmv onion iTrnp for Couf ha, Oolda and Croup, lu tarn I give It to my lit ueouoa. nore le noming eo eimpie,aaie ana eure. Dr. Ounn. Onion Syrup IM ae harmless and pleas ant to the taate aa honey. Thte Is a mother, honue .remedy, why not try UP sold at 00 osnta. For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggist Curt I tOH.PILES. lu uw over AO erara. tl. yrline Mi.. ttrrfut, JIlKhrat tceti nionlal. At tlruircbts, or ntuilvri on itvept of PILE vntv-oyr, per boa. Wl.ttlN IIIWI CJ8 tl., 1'rons., l-illlmure, MA BOOTS AND SHOES The Largest Stock, Best Quality and . ' Lowest Prices at the Sign of ' The Golden Shoe. JOHN C -A. XX INT MAUXUS CI. CKOSIJY, PKAC.BR IK HAIIDWAUK, IRON, STEEL, ..J?,0? W AND FITTIVOH. STOVES - AND - TINWARE, House Fumlslilnpr Unorts, Sheet Lead,8trlp Lead, tilieet Iron. Tiu and Copper, Safes, Fireproof. T.. celebrated Alpine Safes kept in stock' at the 472, Third St., Keal Estate Ottlce. War ranted an good as the best. Term very easy W. O. CASSKLL, Agent. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO., WILLIAM WILSON, Prop. FEED - AND - SALE - STABLE General Express and Delivery Business. Office 110 Olney street. Stables foot of West Ninth st, Astoria. Telephone No. U. C. P. UPSHUR, SHIPPING and COMMISSION Astoria, - Oregon. Incandescent, all night. . . . $1.50 12 o'clock... 1.00 10 " ... 75 For particulars inquire of any member oi tne nrm or nt the onice, foot of Uor comly St. West Shobb Mills Co., T. O. Trullinger, President. Headquattcrs Department of the Coin ubia, Olllee of Chief Quartermaster, Vancouver har mcks. Wash , May It!, 1J3. 8-aled proposals, in triplicate, will be received at this office or at the olllces of tlio Quartermasters at the fol lowing named posts until 11 o'clock A. M., l'Juth meridian lime, June liilh, 18V3, ann then opened, fur furnishing Fuel, Folate" a"d Bed ding at the everal military stations In the De partment of the Columbia, during the fiscal ear eouinieiioitii; July i, lKy:i, via: Boise Bar racks and Kortshormati, Idaho, Portland, Ore Kon. ali i Korts Canity, Spokane, Townscnd. Walla Wnlitt and Vancouver Depot, Wash. All Information furnished on application here, or, at oiliees ol respective Post Quartermasters. The U.S. reserves the right to reject the whole or any part of any hid received, and bids will be considered for a snmllor amount than the whole. Knvclopes containing proposals should bo marked: "Proposals lor Fuel and Korajie at ," and addresso l to the undersigned or to the respective Quartermasters. A.li. KOBIN HON, Depuiy Quartermaster General, U. 8. A., Chiel Quartermaster. SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for CUitsop county: William Lehnig, plaintiff vs. Emma Corder, Lydio, Jamison, Jennie John son, Sophia Lehnig and Augusta Mc Connel), defendants. To Emma Corder, Lydla Jamison, Jennie Johnson, Sophia Lehnlg, and August McConnell. In the name of the state of Oregon, you are nereDy required, to appear and answer the complaint filed In the above court and cause, on or before, the first day of the term of this court, next iouowing tne expiration or six week' publication of this summons, which will be the nineteenth day of June, 1893, and if you fall to appear or art' swer, for want thereof plaintiff will take judgment against you for the sum of six hundred and nlntv-eicrht dollars, with Interest thereon from the 15th day of August 1891, at the rate of eight per cent, per annum, and for costs and disbursments of this action and will also take an order directing tne sale or certain real property oeionging to you, which has been at tached in this action, and which real property Is situated In the county of Clatsop, state of Oregon, and partic ularly described as the northwest quar ter of the northeast quarter and the east half of the .northwest quarter of section thirty-one, of township seven north, range eight west in Clatsop county, uregon. Service of summons In this action by publication is made pursuant to an order of the Hon. Thomas A. McCrlde, Judge of the above entitled court, dated tne 4tn day or May, 1893. W. T. BURNET, Attorney for Plaintiff. Dated May 4th, 1893. Rather risky tho offer that's mado by the pro prietors oi vr. rSago's Catarrh Remedy. Risky for them. For jou. if you have .Catarrh, it's a certaintv. You're certain to be cured of it, or to be paid $500. That's whnt thev offer, and lu good faith they cure you, or nay you, no niatteV how bad your case, or of now louy sutnuing. But u it bo much of a risk f Tlioy have roedicino thnt cures Catarrh, not for a time, but for nil time. They've watched it for. years, curing tne most liopeless cases. They know that in your caso there's ovcry chance of rupo'ss, almost no chance of failure Wouldn't any one talio such a risk with such a medicine f The ouly question Is are you willing to make ths test, if tho makers are willing to take tho risk f If so, tho rest is easy. Ton pny your drug gist lilty cents and tlio trial Deguu. . Can you ask more The Net Number Especially Gocdi TALES KHOM TownTopics READ BV ALL MEN AND WOMEN. Published flrat day of December, March, June and September. DELICATE. DAINTY, WITTY, INTENSE. Every reputable news stad book stand has It. t jrloe. Mud nnngier. BO CENTS. S3.00 l'hlt VH.lT. Mtstai 'K:K. This brilliant Quartntr reproluc the best storim, akrti-lixs lwirkn-s, jwins, nrilti. cisms, etc., fnm the enrlv nmiibeni ot lliat muc'i tnlki-alKit Nt-w Ww tVariely Jiiinil. Tow Toi'K-s, hu-h in pu)'i.lieart(.-. riib irrit!oa !iri.x, pet vir. The two imiilliuti'MM "Tow Torn" rv1 "Tu.h ru T"wv Tories " tcjuabor, at tl tow rhio-i'riiv f $.Vi0 fr war. sk roor iwvi !-!it Ut tht'iu or AUr3 Vi-WS TOt'lt S, ELECTRIC LIGHTS NOTICE TO POLICY HOLDERS Of the withdrawal from the state of Oregon of the State Investment & In surance Company, of San Francisco, California. Notice Is hereby given to all persons In the State of Oregon holding policies In the State Investment & In surance Company, of San Francisco, California, and to all other persons In terested, that the said comrjanv has reinsured Its business In the State of Uregon, In the Fireman's Fund Insur ance Company, of San Francisco, Cali fornia, and has filed notice thereof with the secretary of state, of said state, and proposes to withdraw Its securi ties on deposit with the treasurer there of, and to cease doing business in said state. Any policy holder In the State of Oregon, or any other person having claims against said Insurance company, are hereby notified to file the same with secretary of tate of the state of Or egon, within six (6) months from the date of the publication of this notice. Thl.vflotice is given pursuant to the provision of an act of the legislative as sembly of the state of Oregon, entitled "An act to amend Sections .3564., 35G8 and 3580, of Chapter L, of the Miscel laneous Laws of Oregon, as Compiled and Annotated by W. Lair Hill." Ap proved February 25, 1889. THE STATE INVESTMENT AND INSURANCE CO., By George L. Brander, President. Attest; Charles M. Blair, Secretary ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. In the matter of the estate of Sarah E. Coffman, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed by the County Court of Clatsop County, Ore gon, administrator of the estate of Sa rah E. Coffman, deceased. Ail persons having claims against said estate will present them to me at ny office In Astoria, Oregon, duly au thenticated within six months from this date. W. W. PARKER. A. R. Kanaga, Attorney for adminis trator. Dated at Astoria, Oregon, April 4th, 1893. ADMINISTRATOR'S frOTICE. To whom It may concern.All persons having claims against the estate of Henry Powell, deceased, are requested to present them to the undersigned ex ecutrix o'f the last will and testa ment of deceased at the office of Judge Bowlby In Astoria, Oregon, within six months from date, Asto-'l, Or., April 12th, 1893. 16-Gt MARTHA POWELL, Executrix. Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat ent business conducted for Moderate Fees. Our Office is Opposite u. 8. Patent Office and we can secure patent in le&s time than those remote from Washington. Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip tion. We advise, if Datentable or not. free of charge. Our tee not due till patent is secured. A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents," with cost of same in the U. S. and foreign countries sent irec. Aaaress, C.A.SNOW&CO. Opp. Patent orricc. UASMiMaTni.. n c. ik - These tiny Capsules are superior to Ualsara of Uopalba, Cubebs and . Injections. llJ)y) They cure In 48 liours tho yy same diseases without any incon venience. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Scientific! American Agency for CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS. otoJ jror mTormation and free Handbook write to MUNN CO 8til Bkoadway, Nhw YokK. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Kverr patent taken out by us la brought before the publio by anoUce given free ol charge lu the Sf (itniitu mmmi lanrest etrenlatlon of any scientific paper In the world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent man should be without It. Weekly, 93.00 a year) 1.60 six months. Address MUNN A CO, Kuhuhhkbh, 31 ilroadway, New Cork City. SHILOH'S COtlSUMPTION CURE. The success of this Great Congh Cure u without parallel In the history of medicine. All druggists are authoritecTto sell it on a pos itive guarantee, a test that no other core can successfully stand That it may becomo known, the Proprietors, at an enormous ex pense, are placing a Sample Bottle Free ir.to every home In the United 8tates and Canada. If you have a Cough, Sore Throat, or Bron chitis, use it, for it will cure you. If your child has the Croup, or Whooping Congh, use it promptly, and relief is sure. It you dread thnt insidious disease Consumption, use it. Ast yonr Druwist for SHILOH'S CUBE, Pricel0cts..Socts. and $1.00. Ifyour Lungs are sore or Back lame, use Shiloh'a Porous Plaster. Price 25 cti. For sale by all Drag gists and Dealer I CURE FITS I When I say cure I do not mean merely to stop them for a time ami then hsTethcmrer'ini strain. I men a radical cure. I have made the disease of KITS, KliLEPSY or FAUJXU SICKNLH a life-lou study. I warrant nir retucclr to cure the went esses. Beranm others have 'foiled i DO reiiaon fornot now receiving a cure. Send at once (bra In-atim snd a Kreo Pottlo cf my liifalliblc remedr. Lire Exnrrsaand PiwW uBce. H C. ROOT, M. C-i 183 Poarl St N. V. mmw i m h-iUMiWhii iiih inn.smiin'a n 1 1 win A JJIUU Running "N THROUGH DAILY i- 4 TRAINS Leav'ng Portland, 8 :45 AM. 7:30 PM. DAYS ro CH ICAGO 7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul, 23 Hours Quicker to Chicago, 40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and Kansas City. Pullman and Tourist Sleepers, Free Reclining Chair Cars, Din ing Cars, ASTORIA TO SAN MAY, 1803. FRANCISCO State Kntiinlsy May fl. (ren;on Wednesdav Mav 10. CiliimlU Sundav May II. tate Thursday Muy 18. Oregon Mondav Muy 22. Columbia Friday 26. Stute Tuesday May 30. ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMERtf MiirnhiL' boat lefives Aslnrl.i d.illv nvnonf. Sunday, at fi a. m.i returning, leaves Portland dally, except Saturdiiv, at IS p. m. Night bout leaves Astoria dally, except Mundav, at, il p. in. : r-tiirnlng leaves Portland dully, except Hiiuday nt,7n. in. Die morning bout froin Poitland m.ik.a laiuliiiKNOii tlio Ureuoii side Tiiestlave. Tbnrs- ilayM.and Saturdays ; mi Wftsliington side Mon days Wednesdays and Fridays, from Asterla the morning limits nukes laudlngi- on Hie Ore gon itle Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and on the Washington side Tuesdays, 'J'luirs dav s and Saturday . l or rales himI general liifmmiitlun call on or. address, W. H. HtTULBURT, (. W. MJUNSBEKKV. &.. (ion fat. Agt. Auent. Portland, Or, Astoria, Or. Is the line to lake to nil points EAST and SOUTH It is t!:e 0IMNG CAB ROUTE. It offeix the best seivlee, comr bluing SPEED am! COMBmr It is the popular route 1 1 b tlloso who. wi-li to travel on; TIIE SAFEST It Is tlieiefore the roule job should take. It runs through: vcstibuled trains every day m Hie year to ST. PAUL USD CHI0A6O No Change of Cars, EkigautiPulIiiiaii Slerprs, Superior Tourist Skpern, Splendid Free Second-class Sleepers, Only one change of ears - Portland to New York Through Tickets To Any Part of tne civilized world. Passengers .ticketed via. all boats nmnin,. between Astoria, K alum a aud For!laud. Full Information concernlne rates, time uf trains, routes and other details furnisliml n application to R. L. NOLF, Agent Astoria. Steamer Telephone Hoclu A. D. CHARLTON, Assistant General Passenger Agent. No. 121 First St.. cor. Washlngtou. Portland, tirfkwii. THE : OREGON : JUKEttY i. A. CLEVELAND, Prop. Bread Cakes and Pfstry, Good. None but the t ost Materials used. Satisfaction Guaranteed Custompi Bread delivered in any part of the city FISHER BROTHERS SHIP CHANDLERS, Heavy and Sh.lf HARBWABE Gir.7 In rwk Wagons and Vehicles, Uf u Tarm Machinery, Paints, )fls, Varnishev Loggers' Supplies. Fait bank's bcalea, Doors and Wim.ows. PROVISIOWS. FLOUR -nd MILL FKED. 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