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ME DAILY ASTOltlAJN, . ABTOlOAi SATURDAY ftlOBflJ-NU, AUGUST 2J, IBM.
irr (if Bubnerlptloi. DAILY, .-.ervcil oy tlarrler, per week . IjJ sent uy Unit, permoutli J cu" Jtru Oy juait, per Vear 5iuu WSEKLYi iut oy mull, per year, W W In advance. f Mo post h .lUbscjrltH. 1 H ' n guarantees to Its adveitlr i. i .fulntum of nuy uewspaper pub- ,r Columbia stiver. -S TODAY'S WEATHER. Portland. Or., Aug. 25.-For Oregon and Wushlngton: Continued, fair weatl-..r: HllgMly warmer; dennc fogs In 1 uK-xl Hound dlHtrlcts, and in the CVluii.l'U river valley In morning. Loi-nl weather for the twenty-four hours ending at 5 p. m., yesterday, fiuni-lnil by the U. S. Department of A -Ionium-, weather bureau. ji!'ii!iii!tit temperature, 72 degrees. Jliniiiiuin temperature, G1 degrees. rl'i l.l precipitation from July 1st, 1SU3, to date, 1.13 Inches. Deficiency of precipitation from July 1st, 1S3, to date, 1.03 Inches. An esteemed crreniondent ' who, from being a Btaunch republican Is, we are uorry to wee, fast fulling lilt) popuibtlc Ideas, writes us: 1. "You want to know what It costs to mill'! nn ounce of silver. Will you toll us how much 1 costs to mine an ounce of gold?" The cost of the production of gold is f.n the average about what the stamp pl.iot-d on the coin says. Of course, there Is a variation, but It Is small, ilold Is not unchangeable, but It Is the most FUble of the precious metals, and un ounce of It goes In all civilized countries the fame in the market as In the mint. Hllver mining has been much more profitable than gold min ing for some years Large percentages of silver are found along with Hiiiall percentages of gold, and silver Is found In lead and copper. There Is reason to believe that It Is produced In Colorado at less than cme-fourth Its valuation under the 16 to 1 ratio, and at less than one-half the present mar ket price. 2. "K currency Is so scarce, why don't tho government . and the bunks put out tho 420,000,000 of silver dollavs that you say are In the United States vaults? The farmers will take them, the laborers will take them, and the cciintrv merchants will take them. If JlOO.OuO.OOO In gold In the United Slates treasury can lluat 3u0,000,000 of green backs, why can't lit float twice that amount of silver?" The silver dollars are nearly all rep resented In silver certificates, and are held for tha purpose of redeeming those certificates. The dollnrs of silver are In this way In circulation. The $100,000,000 of gold floats the green backs, aiid Is used also to hold up the silver dollars that are worth In the market less than 60 cents each. The margin of the sliver dollar between the market and the colnngo valuation Is, under the "parity" policy, "flat" mon ey, and made good, as paper Is, by the credit of the country the limitation of lnhue and the gold leserve, 3. "If France has $700,000,000 In Bil ver and keeps It at ir with gold, why c.i n't the 'United Flutes with twice the population, keep twUv that amount ut par with goM?" We could keep $700,000,000, or even Jl.WO.OuO.tWO, in Hllver nt par with gold, as they keep Hllver In France, If wo did as tho French do that 1m, if we did not buy or coin uny more silver, I'hut which the president has urged n.i.uvi.Auu .-. ,l.t Id ID f,lllltV thfl AVIllll pie of bimetallic Franco. Do It and wo will better our silver money. "Criminal carelesmicss on the part of the unknown person who llred the fhot" Is tho substance of the verdict of the col-oner's jury on the Camp Compson tragedy. Tho Inquest pro. ceedlnga were about as foolish s the fcham battle. There wus n" occasion fo,- either. It was known that poor Hel mut wiu killed In the shiun battle; U . ...III 1. was not Known, ur never win w nnu who fired tho fatal shot. The man who did It Is probably unconscious of It, and of the several hundred who were llring guns that day there was no more criminal carelessness on tho part of one than on tho part of others. It was a foolish piece of business all around, and perhaps the less said about It the sooner mended. The deplorable accident has tiuiht the folly of these oUJerl les sons In war, nnd H is certain there will be no more sham battles for some tlino. to come. Telegram, Th's is silly talk. It is true that some culpability roBts with General OMnpson but the blame Is not because the buttle was held. It Is because it was not conducted scientifically or In the manner tht any military nuui knowing his business would have con ducted it. T'a excellence of the sham buttle, as an object lesson to the young soldier who hat never been un der fire, Is sn indisputable fact, ae-knowlcdgt-d by every idlltary nation on earth. Hut who, In the name of common sense, ever heard f such an iiffalr ad that In which young Nelson v:t murk-red? Hero w have a litm.l to hand conflict, a struggle at close quarters over a gun, and men firing blank cartridge not. fifty feet from their opponents. If Compson had been a soldier Instead of an ftss he would have Issued a list of Instructions, tell ing his officers when the enemy were to be considered beaten, outlining the course of the fight, detours, and coun termarches, and placing a final limit composed of ropes or stakes, beyond which neither army should advance. There would have been all the firing that the spectators wanted, a chance for clever headwork on the part of the respective commanders, and no mur der. ' Clatsop county has had her fill of murderers. We are getting an unenvi able name both for allowing men to kill and then allowing them to go free from the capital penalty. Every body knows that though human life has been taken by blodthlrsty wretches lime and time again In this county, there has never been a hanging. This Uelter, a young German whose full confession we detail today, .makes the latest subject for a sensation and a murder trial. His case, though not as cxciltlng as some, forms as black a deed aa over disgraced our history. His lctlm, a peaceable, honest lad, for he was little more than a lad, had never harmed him by word . or deed, was a stranger to him, and travelled with him for companionship along a lonely road. He was butchered Into a shape less mass for twenty-two dollars. The lynching proposition Is wrong, crimin ally nnd foolishly wrong, but It Is the constant escape of murderers from their Just punishment In the courts that brings It about. If these human fiends were sure of getting their de serts in a legitl way, we would have no lynchlngs. It may be well for the public to know that the sale of The Astoi lun on the 28th of this month is simply a le gal formula that has to be gone through with. A few sheets that are breaking, their necks for the notice they will never get, are attempting to make it appear that on that date this paper Is "doomed." The Astorlan, with Its record of twenty years behind It, and a name known and respected in every town and hamlet In the country, will live and prosper long after these scurrilous whelps have been forgotten. And meanwhile, while dealing with this subject, we want to thank every merchant In this city, for the cordial friendliness and substantial help that have come from them since it became evident that It was necessary. That it Is appreeluited at its proper value we will endeavor to prove by taking as our motto Astoria and Astoria's In terests, first, last, and all the time. However we may disagree with the actions of the Astoria Chamber of Commerce with regard to the monet ary question, and Its messages to the outside world .on that subject, there Is no doubt that expressions of opinion publicly and boldly announced will do our city no harm. It lets outsiders Know first, that there Is nn Astoria, second, that it has a powerful elinmber of commerce, and third, that we are alive to the Issues of the. day jiiHt as much as lire our friends In the East. Then, nga.in, tho proposal to take the lead lit a movement to suitably recou nt iut the action of tho government In naming Its latest battleship after our state, la nn excellent Idea and should he noted on without delay. It Is emi nently proper that a commercial body of tho .only boo port In Oregon should be tho first to make n move In this direction. WOUTH KNOWING. That Alleock's Porous Plasters are the highest result or medical science and skill, and In Ingredients and moth oil have never been equalled. That they are the original and genu ine iMirous plasters, upon whoso repu tation Imitators trade. That Alleock's Porous Plasters never fail to perform their remedial work quickly and effectually. Thm iIHq fnct tn attested bv thous ands of voluntary and unimpeachable testimonials from gratetui patients, That for rheumatism, weak buck, sciatica, lung trouble, kidney disease, dyspepsia, malaria, and all local pains, they nre invaluable. That when you buy Alleock's Porous Plasters you absolutely obtain the liost plasters made. FUNERALS. E. W. Kuvkendall, the leading under taker, having coniptetvd arrangements to purchase goods direct from the fae tnrloH. rvtrurdlesa of middle men. has made a K'"at reduction In the cost of funerals: . . . $ 5.00 Coffins reduced to $ 3.00 8.00 Collins redueVd to 6.00 25.00 Collins reduced to .... 18.00 WITH HEARSE. SC.00 Coffins or casKets re'd to SS.OO 40.00 Collins or caskets re'd to 30.00 60.00 Collins or caskets re'd to 40.00 75.00 Caskvta reduced to.... 0.00 125.00 Caskets reduced to 75.00 RPEPIAL. CASH DISCOUNTS. Welch lilock. "IS Water St., Astoria, . -r.-goii. Don't go to Portland to buy your ticket for the "Oli country ana me East when you can get them for the same prli- at the Union I-aoifio office In this city, anil inoreoy save ur i- OUR RAPID TRANSITORY EXISTENCE. Is brief enough without our shortening It by seeking medical aid, when we are somewhat unwell, from sources where It Is only obtainable at great risk. Even if the old doctrine were true that violent diseases require violent reme dies, It does not follow that, drastic purgatives, narcotics, powerful "seda tives" of the nervous system are ad visable in casj where slights disord ers manifestly call for the use of mild er means of recovering, Involving no subsequent danger, but equally efll cient. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters not only relieves, but ultimately and com pletely relieves disorders of the stom ach, bver, bowels, and nerves. It Is a genuine tonic, healthfully stimulates the kidneys, is a thorough alterative, and a most effectual preventive of chills and fever and bilious remittent. Tho utmost confidence can be reposed In the purity and safety of Its medi cinal ingredients. MRS. DrTIm! E. McCOY, PHYSI CIAN AND SURGEON. Is In this city. She makes chronic dis eases a specialty. Deafness, catarrh, asthma, dyspepsia, diseases of the throat and lungs, kidney, urinary or gans und all private-diseases. Special attention given to diseases of women, ' Consultation free. Cure or no charg es. Ofllo hours, 9 to 12 a, m. and 1 to 5 p. m.. Ofllne rooms 18 and 19, Hotel Tlghe. rnFnt,l7a fhA Mnrthern t-nplfln rallrofid If you are going East. Jjow rates of fare, tnrougn tir-ueiR, uugKuge ciiecueu to ucmi tmllou. All purchasers of second cluss ticket can stop over nt Portland. Rates of fare name aa from Portland. If you have friends in, Europ whose pfiKfiuffe you wish to prepay to Astoria, tall nt the Northern Pucillc olllce.steamer Telephone dock, and make known your wants. Reduced rates via oil the lead ing steamship lines. lrnndley & I lotus i First street, Port land, have on sale the Dally Astorlan, no that visitors need not miss their morning paper when they are here. America's Great Danger AN ENGLISH COMMENTARY. fini J an eminent English scientist recently! "The danger that confronts the great Ameri jun people to-day is not the possible adop tion of a wrong financial policy for the nation, or the spread of socialism, or the iuL-t-jafle of corruption among public men. All these are bail enough, to ie sure, but I liev are as nothing compared to the terrible iMh'jriil disease I had almost said national c:irv of overwork. The mad rush for v - .It is set at a killing pace, and thousands .. by the way every year. on are likely to bo one of the victims I How do wo know ? Because it is the excep tion to find a man or woman of adult ago in perfect health. Nervous Disorders are spreading with fearful rapidity. Among the symptom's, are Jlackaclie, Biliousness, Cold llanda and Feet, Dizzines", Hot Flashes, Fluttering Sensation, Fainting, Uendacho, Hysteria, ImlHbility ot the Heart, Melan choly, Failing Memory, Palpitation, Kheii inatism, Khort Breath, Sleeplessness, Ker voii3 Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility, Fits, etc. Kev. 0. A. Carroll, pastor l'irst JJaptk't Church, lellow borings, ( ).. writes as follows: "I have used Dr.Milca'liet-lorativo Nervine for tho p:st uix months. I find it nets like a charm on tlio whole nervous system. I have not found itHcqtiu! in giving immediate relief. I'r. Miles' litUo Nerve nnd Liver Tills only need a trial mid they will recom mend themselves to bo tLo best pills in the niarkcl." "For fivo years I liavo suffered from Ncr vous Piostration, I was unable to work or sleep. The iirst doso ot Or. Miles' Kestora live Nervine civo mo relief, and one thou sand dollars would not cover f he good it has done Me." JOHN NINCIIIiK, Youngs town, Ohio. Dr. miles Restorative Nervine is un equalled in cuhino Nervous Diseases. It Contains tvi opiates or dangerous drugs. Sold on n positive guarantee bv all druggists, or Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Intl. What is it 9 12- C It la the new shortening- Ttaklng tho place of UtA,&9 or cooking butter, or Jboth. Costs less, goes farther, and Is easily" t,9 gjdlgested by anyone. AT ALL GROCERS. W Refuse All Substitutes. Mid only by ti t r i inn mil 6 aa C. ininonnn 00 MUtt CHICAGO, NtW VORK, -3? SYRUP F0H COUGHS, COLDS AtfD CROUP. GRANDMOTHER'S ADVICE. In ralslni a family ot nhft pii!rtwn. y only rm lor Cuufih, CoUta cv-u''im,i ijnip. It tajutrt p!toctir tt-T it WAiortjr ytr OC.x liow m (trandt'hiKire l tk Tr. Gimn t)i ion Byrtip which tlrv1v prr-itA nd mor Fur by J Conn, Dnijslsl. r' s v i I V f S9 J EJ f . &v I V & y K C3- G03TON. DR. GUN ITS n memm Wl F f HL DCS I IfSryW 13 1,10 o"6' 1,,0O, 5;cllic!n(!- causo Pi'jirwji it assists nature to throw oir thu iiu--a VtjH iUritieof the blood, anil at the same tiriio titles up the entire orirunixui. 'i'hi. Is (litt coiiti-:-r to ttionli'i'ctor the variouu Mjiash, luer .i. v .'.4-ti.:triilit niixtiire.i, which Lottie up Use fi.-i"- -i i s'i i th'j KVte4ii, thus proiluolng tuue-n U.:.-x-.iddufferii)g. Ihertifoi-e, for a BLOOD MEDICINE ynu cannot do better than take 8. 8. 8. " ,Vs a physician, I have prescribed nnd used S. 9. S. In niy practice as a tonic, and lor bicod trui", I-4, and have been very Buccessful. 1 never u i: u leiuedy v.hii:h (!ave such general 6atiitt.c-tl.i-.i l j iuyM!lr and patients. " L. 11. ItlToB v, M. D., Mackey, Ir.d." Ti'-uluoonblnoil and skin di-icases mailed frja. BWIf'f St'ECU'lC CO., Atlanta. G a. SYPHILIS! A New Remedy A true Specific a positive and permanent elimination ofall poison from the blood, and a restoration of healthy vigur to the tissues is ottered to sunerers for the first lime in a remedy which has been undergoing the most severe private experiments for the past three years. It has not yet failed, and it will not fad, as it is a True Specific for Syphilitic poison and all blood diseases. Do you be. lieve it t Send for full particuLirs and proof free. Stop filiing your system with mercury arid other poisons. 'Iliis remedy will cure you in 30 to 00 days without fad. tVo Kiiariiutuo a cure or refund the money. Address MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO., JTo First Stret't 1-OKTLANI), OW BUSINESS CAKDS. DR' WiiTsr:unEa surgeon, Olllce at Occident Hotel, Astoria, Oregon. DR" Wfl?YS?Cl AN'ANI) SUKdKON, O:!li-o over atnre of J. K. Wyatt, Second street nt'iir tieiicvifvo. WM. L4FORCE . AlTi'KNKY AT IAW. (Illii o, itooins 7 and M, Kinney's building. A. CAljairKH'OK ACfXHINT-litiiil l-KKKKSSIONAI. H'JOKKKKPEU. OrKitiK: Willi (li'iiontl MesseiiKer t'o 61: Akitnioiine street .1. Hl KfhtA-IR nitOKMI. Notary i'ubl e. Fire anil Acride.ut Inatiraucc, A A. CLEVELAND, ATTORNEY. AT LAW. Olllee-Kiuiiey's new brick buildliit;, comer Third and Genevieve streets ; up alum. I1 Al Tolt.MiV-A f-LAVl , Astoria. Oregon. J O.A.80WLBY, ATT ORM AM) COtSl'LLOR AT LAW Oilli'oouSeeoiKiblreiit, - Astoria, Or. tohm h. am m, J AliOHNHV AT LW. Olllee 111 Kinney's new brick building, over Astoria Nat;on:il ll.tiik, w W. PARKER, UKAI. ESTATE AND 1NSUKAKCE AGENT ulllee Hi Uentoii street, Astoria, Oregon. DR . A. L, and J A. f ULTON, .Surgery by r. J. A. Kiilton. Oiltoo Ui J.tU si i-jot. Uours 10 to 12 ami 1 to 4 D. EILIV JAN30N. 1-ilVnlOlAiN & HUlMiKO.S. It OM 7 l-iiloeover Osuopd's Clothing Htore, hours, 10 to 1 111, 2 to : p, 111, 7 10 a p 111. aiiuuay, iu to 11 111 D R. O, B. ESrES, Special atteiitiou to DleaneH ot Wonieu uud oui'Kt-ry. uiuee over uauziger s asore Asioiia. TAY TUTTLE M.D., J l'llYSltUAN. .-iUI'.U llD.x ,t A000UUUI5UK, Ollk-e, rooms 3, 4 over Astoria NationalBank. botira, 10 lo 12 & i to5 httsideuce. 039 Cedar St. T o WHTC3 1 uniutsn L) 11U.V1UC.JI'ATI11U l'tlVSlCIAN & SUIt ginm. Oilien, stV4. r.nrd strait. Hours to to 12 and 2 to 4, Sunday 1 to 2 ltesideuuu 4tit 3d street r P. MULLINIX. M D.. XJ. tilves xpeeial utatniiit for Calarrli, throat Line's, Ki.h.ey tienlto-urinary organs Olllee up.stuit's,xs' liiird St. Uours,D a.in,a p.m. jyft. Sl RICKLER, rilYSlCIAN AND 8UUGKON, Dealer in - Drugs and Druggists' Sundries XH tieeoiul Street, Astoria. W. T. HUttNRY, J. V. 11HAI-RR IJurnoy & Drapor Aiioruvysi nt-l.ttw, urcKon Ity, Oregon, fweivi- years' exnerlenee as iviiister of th tl. S. I .and tlinee lu re, rt'eotiiinciids us in oui speetaliy oi .Mining and all other business be- tnre in.', i.aiut uniee. or tue ('nuns, nua invotv i,g the inrt-tiee 01 Hie (leneral Laud tnllee. J)ROCMNBHOUCH Si COWING. LAW IWICK, OKKUON CITY, OK. Sneei.'il iitteiillon aiven to laud btisliu-ss. Set Hers nn lioinesleads or nro-enintloii elainis and limber land imreliases shown every advanliiso 01 tue law. i'or assistance ill liutkliiK utiat iroot enu 011 us. Antorla L..tlee Ko. 50, A. O. IT. V. 1IIKK"M KVKRY KRI I Y I-YKNISO AT XT s. n imhii . 111 un- wti , r.iin iinu. o,r- jiHiiultig and ylsttiiis- brethren cordially tn vi'.ed, J. T. KtKi Kits, Ueeonler. 80- Soandlnavian Benevolent Sooioty .KtHTf,AU MKKTINtIS OKTtflS HOOIKTY l at their re-nns In I'ylhiiiu buildiug at eight rei.K-K i-. .. 011 tue seeuiii ana onrtu lues, lityi of each month, AlRl.DAMKLSON Secretary. Octi&n tincarapme-.t No. 13, 1. 0. 0. F KKt.PLAK MKSTINOS OF OCR AN EN cainpinent No. 1H, I. O. O. V., at the Ixtdge. In the Odd fellows Uulldiug, til seven P. M., on the oecoiid and fourth Mondays of each month, Sojourning brethren cotdtally invited. oy oruer j, r. Astoria Building A Loan Association mHKUKOIH.AU MEKTINO..SOKTIU8ASSO L ciatlon a-e heal at 8 i. m. ou the first Wednesday of eaeh month, tmice on Ceoevleve stntu, soutii ot t neiiamui. W.L. BOBB. . Secretary. Corumon Council. IIEtUILAR MEETINGS, FIKHT AND m. mirtt mesuay erettiugsoi eacn oiontn at tt o'clock. nrl'ersons destrlng to h,Ye ntatteni fted ujyin by the Conned, tt ae reguli-r meetitis; must tin-sent the same to the Auditor and Clerk. on or before the Friday evenltiz rrlor to the itiesoav on wnicn inet ouncu ivimsirs retruiar meeting. K. osltCKN. Auditor and Police Judge. Board ot Pilot Commissioner. THK RKGrLARMFKTIXGSOFTniS BOARD, will bo held on the first Monday, of each month at 10 a. in, at the otliee of Kobb & Par ker. W. U EOBB.beo C. P. UPSHUR, SHIPPING and COMMISSION Astoria, Oregon. Ripans Tabules Ripans Tabules act gently but promptly upon the liver, stomach and intestines; cure ha,bitu;i constipation, dispel colds, headaches and fevers. One tabule taken at the first symptom or indigestion, billi ousness, dizziness, distress after eating, or depression of soirits, will remove the whole d'ifliculty in a few minutes. Ripans Tabules are com pounded from a prescription widely endorsed by the high est medical authorities and are presented in a form that is be coming the fashion with phy sicians and patients every where. One Box (Six Vials) Seventy-five Cent. One Pacloge (Four Boxes) 1 wo Dollars. Ripans Tabules may be ob tained of nearest druggist; or by mail on receipt of price. For fre&tample addm RIPANS CHEMICAL CO. NEW YORK f t.4 MM ! !. PORTLAND AMD ASTORIA. Steamer Telephone. Leaves Astortii Every evenlnp except Batur .1 ., .. .. , T r. ... Arrives at Astoria Every day except Sunday ai t p. in. Leaves Portland Every nay except Sunday ai. f a. m. j. oivetE,, jibi-ii., rtrv.i. E. A. SBKLCY, General Agent, I'ortland Or. Merchant Steamship Co.'s Line, CotmectltiK with Canadian ' I'aclflo nnd Great Northern Hallway and China Steamship Line. Taking freight and nasseiiL-crs for ancouvcr ami victoria li v. anu Seattle, laeoina auu uu Hound Points. Lnavlni Astoria ever? 10 daw. For partiotilar8 apply at tfie olllee Astoria ADstra.tT. tx. u FEUGDSOS BROS., AKCtits, HUGHES & CO., Wholesale and Retail LIOUOR DEALERS. (tnporters ot All Uranus of h'ort-l;;;t aud Domes tie Wines. I.luuors aud Otuorri. J. H. Cutter Whisities a specialty. Vtii Blnt2 bottled Beer. Finest orauctsoi ney west ano uotnesuc t;inrs Liauors for Medicinal Furuoses. Family Trade Solicited All ordira fron. (In- City aud Country proi-t-viy ntieu. Suuemouue Utreet , Astoria, 'renoi THE ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK Acta aa trustee for corporations and Individ uals. Dcnosits aollcitcd Interest will be allowed on savings deposits as tollows; Ou ordinary savings htoka 4 per cent net annum. On term savings books 6 per cent, per annum uu certincates ot iicpostt: For threo inonthi", 4 per cont. per auntim. For six months, & per cent, per annum. For twelve mouths, 6 per ceut. per annum. I. W. CASK President J..Q. A. BOWLBY Vice-l'rosidenl FRANK PATTON Catihier W. E. DKMKYr Secretary directors: f. W. Case, J. Q. A, Bowlhy, (itwt Holmes, v. li , l ane, Bent, ioiiui;, a. n. ucea , li.Tagu, Bcuj. Youtn;, F. J. Taylor. THE PORTLAND SAYiNOS BANK Of r-OBTLAND, OKRflOK. Paid np capital .lfifiO.OOu Surplus aud protits 60,000 fitA NIC DKKUM. President. D. P. T1IOM PSON, Vice-President H. C.8TUA1TON. t'aahfei The Store of John G. Nicmi Has been purchased by Butterfield Eros., Who nre going to close out the stock, Intending nurchostrj will do well to cull and examine goo a and prices before pure'iasli'K elsewhere. They ln have a good WiiteliinaKc r to do rt pairing. Atlantic Beer Hall, 311 First street, AstnrU, Or. PETE DOUREL, Proprietor. The Finest Wines, Liquors - and - Cigars. r onccrt Every Evening. .Foard & Stokes ailOOEIlQ Desvlera tn Glassware, Cnx-ken-, Ship Supidle?, rubarru. Wines and Fine Whiskies. Fine Teas and Ooffe a Specialty. The Finest Display of Fruits tn the City, Fresh on Kvery Steamer. Coi ner of Third and West Eiulitu streets. H. B. PAEKER DEALEK IS Lime, Brick, 8and, Fire Brick. Fire Clay, Cement, Mill Feed, Oats. Hav. straw Wood Delivered to Order. Dnriug, Iiuninf ud Ezpresi Etuiaut. Q. A. STINSON & CO.. BLACKSMITHING Ship and Cannery work, HorsenoettiR, Vav ors caSe inS repi'.red. t'.o J m.frk pri:traatcd On cttss street, opposite toe I im Talk oiilce GUICK TIME TO SAN FRANCISCO ...AND.. ALL Pft,MlS IN CALIFORNIA. Via the Mt. Hb:Litt Route of the Southern Pacific Comply Th 't0 ly '.Route Thioagh Ctli''ornia t Points Kaet and Sontt The Scenic Rout of the Paeilifl 'ast. PULLMAN BUFFET SLFEPERS SECOND-CLASS HLICEI'INU CARS Attached to express trains, afTonlltiir superior accommodations for second-class iiassenners. For rates, tickets, slcepim; car reservntloni etc., cull upon or ndilrt;s E, I'. lt(M, F.liS, Astlft aut (leneral Freight ami Passenger Aitetit. Pint and, Or. The CHICAGO. . MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY. CONNECTINO WIT1I ALL TKANS0ONT1N ENTAIi LINKS, -IS THE- OITL7 LINE RUNMKG Electric Lighted Cars BETWEEN ST. PAUL and CHICAGO AN' OMAHA aril CHICAGO. The EXPRESS Tlt.UJS efiifdst of -VESTIBULE!), SLKEPlhlt, 1'ININU AND PAKI.OU CAltS, HEATED BY STEAM And furnished with every luxury known nioderu railway tiavol. For Speed, Comfort and Salet) this Line is Unequaled Tickets on sale at all prominent rail ollices. For further information inquire of any tt W auent, or C. J. EDDY. General Afft. .1. W. CASKV. Trav. Pass. Affr.. I'OBTLAXI). OKKtiON. JEFF'S RESTAURANT -IS TIIK- Boa Ton Ton Restaurant in the Town" (Aud the Finest on the Const.' Dinner Parties, Banquets a Specialt. Th Finest WlnM and Liquors. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO. WILLIAM WILSON. Prop. FEED - AND - SALE - STABLE General Express and Delivery F.uituess. 3ftlce 116 Olucv street. Stables foot of Went Ninth st, Astoria. Teh phone No. il. Kopp's- Beer - Hall Choice Wines, Li,,ttors and Cigars. KENTUCKY - WHISKEY, Only handed over the fur. The lnnrest pla.. of N. P. lleer. Ua!t aud half.f. tree lunch, ERICKS0N & WIKKA1A, Prs. Cor. Concomly and 1 afajettc Sts, North Pacific Brewery JOHN KOPP, Proprietor. Bohemian - Lager - Beer And XX Porter. . All orders promptly attended to.