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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1893.
THE TIDES TODAY. High water 10:08 a, m. (7 ft. 6 in.) 10:26 p. m. (7 ft. 4 in.) Low water 3:54 a. m. (1 ft. 1 in.) 4:33 p. m. (1 ft 6 In.) ABOUT THE CITY. Nice weather for ducks. James Dalgity is now a citizen, hav ing taken out his final papers before Judge McBrlde yesterday. Sheriff Smith with his family le turned yesterday from an extended trip to California, where they . have spest a most enjoyabla time. Judge McBrlde yesterday decided the case of Sabln vs. Osslma in favor of the plaintiff, giving the defence 30 das in which to lodge a bill of exceptions, The Herald of Trade Is now printed on tinted paper, and its sprightly ap pearance, always bright and neat, Is considerably improved In many other v-eys. There was a mixture of milk and water in Unlontown yesterday when two carts whose owners were en gaged In vending the lacteal fluid came into collision and spilt their contents all over the road. Yesterday morning Thomas Mooers, father of W. A. Mooers the photog rapher and one of the oldest and most respected residents of the county, died at his residence after an illness of sev eral days. The funeral services will be held at the Baptist church at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon by Rev. J. W. Lushong. Deceased was 73 years old. An $S0 lot for $2. Fresh oysters today; 522 Third street. Groceries cheap for cash at Howell & Ward's. The Belmont Chas. Olsen's. cigar can be had at For J2, a lot is delivered every week to the buyer in Hill's First addition. Bob Hoffman, who was for a time thought to have been Wm. Fredericks, the murderer of Brakeman Bruce on the Southern Poxlfio last June, was jtsterday released from the county Jail, having completed the .service of the term of twenty-five days for which he had been committeed for the crime of larceny. Hoffman, it seems, bears little or no resemblance to the murderer of Bruce. Statesman. Meany is the leading tailor and pays the highest cash price for fur skins. For all kinds of Job printing, go to 1 H i. Ferguson, upstairs, Astorlan build ing Lovers of a good cigar can always find mild, fresh Belmonts at Chas. Ol sen's Hill's First addition is located in the centre of the city. Lots are now Belling In It for $2. A letter was received in the city yes terday from Mr. W. R. Cuthbertson, In London, in which he states that he was on the point of starting out at the head of an expedition Into the central north west portion of western Austra lia. He writes that his explorations will cover a considerable period and that the company formed for the pur pose of fitting out the expedition is composed largely of prominent travel lers and merchants. Water colors, crayons, and sepias crayons, copying and enlarging, a spe cialty at Crow's gallery, Third street. Get yourv hemlock wood for $3.25 per cord delivered, at the Astoria Wood Yard. Satisfaction guaranteed. There is no risk taken by Joining Hill's lot clubs. Everybody gets the full value of their money. Dr. Bushonga famous lecture on "Jerusalem," Methodist church Mon day night. Admission: Adults 15 cent children under 12 years 10 cents. The Astorlan Is in receipt of the first issue of "The Laboring World.' another venture on the treacherous waters of Astoria Journalism- It Is small eight page weekly, bearing try neat! typographical appearance and containing a quantity of readable labor news and notes. The proprietor announces that the object of his pub licatlon is first and last the furtherance of the cause of the laborer and the championing of his interests. If the "Laboring World" proves as worthy a thing as Its object, it will live and flourish. iThe Astorlan wishes Its cleanly little contemporary every suc cess. The finest and most extensive line of blue and white steel enameled Ware ever displayed In Astoria, has been received at Foard & Stokes.' At the Monogram you can find fra grant Belmont, Wedding Bouquet, Flor de Madrid and all other choice and favorite brands of cigars. Anything in the line of gents' furn tailing goods, In the newest styles, can be had from P. A. Stokes & Co. during the present month, at prices never be fore equalled. Rare bargains In Jewelry are being offered daily by H. Ekstrom. Any ar ticle In the store can be had at cost price. A Salem man Is In receipt of a letter from his brother, who has just paid a visit to the World's Fair. Speaking of Oregon he says: "In my Judgement the Oregon exhibit excels all others, with Washington a good second. I found there a very genial man by the name of S. B. Cook, also Geo. Watt I certainly never saw nor expected to see such large fruit as Oregon and Washington had there. Why, you folks had an apple that weighed a little over thirty-three ounces and many others nearly as large, and pears five Inches long. A friend who was there with me said the stems looked as if they would not hold the fruit up." Wagner & Co. have a new line of souvenir spoons. Watch, clock and Jew elry repairing a specialty. Opposite the Astorlan office. The most handsome and highest arrade Wall Paper ever seen in the city. I will furnish paper gratis to anyone finding this statement not true. Call nn for yminwlve. at B. F. Allen's 671 Third street. JEFF'S, Tie Oily Restaurant. At a special meeting of the wardens and vestry of St. Paul's parish held on Tuseday evening the resignation of Rev. We Lund rector of the parish was received and accepted to take ef- feet the last of November of the pres- ent year. He has accepted a call at Aurora, Indiana, where he will com- mence his labors with the new year. During his residence is Oregon Mr. sympathetic friends who will unit in their regrets at his departure and wish him abundant success in his new field of labor. He and his estimable wife have endeared themselves' to a large circle of friends and their departure will be regretted by all. No rector will be called to fiill the vacancy In Salem for the present, The-Coffee House, 522 Third street; best place for chops and steaks: oys ters by the quart; received daily and always fresh. Theo. Bracker keeps a varied and choice assortment of cigars, tobaccos, playing cards, cutlery, stationery, pipes, amber goods, etc. Those desirous of furnishing houses can find as good bargains at G. y. t-oriers as at any omer store in ine Northwest. Give him a trial and Drove it. With the wet weather comes an in- creasing demand for seasonable shoes, and the best Dlace to ret a fine nair r.ade to order at Fred Olsen's Olnev street. The annual association of the teachers of Oregon will be held this year in the city of Portland, on Dec. 26th, 27th, 28th. The state college association and the depar tment of superintendence will be held at the same time and co-oper ative with the abovo convention. A cordial invitation from the city super intendent and the teaehars of the Port land public schools has been extended to the state superintendent and to the teachers of the state in general to meet In Portland, which has been accepted teachers in all parts of the state have already signified their intention to at tend. The state superintendent has sent a special Invitation to the com missioner of education at Washington D. C, who It expected to be present. Don't BO to Portland to hnv vnnrl tickets for the "Old Countrv" and the East when you can get them for the same price at the Union Pacific office In iUlo nit.. , cal fare to Portland. All the patent medicines advertised in this paper, together with the choic-. est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc., cident Hotel, Attorio. Sportsman Intending to purchase their winter's supply of ammunition 1 Mr,..H. Owners of horses can purchase Camp- bell's Hoor Remedy, and all the Col- umnia veterinary Remedies at Fred. Saiz' Saddlery establishment. W. E. Newson, the owner of the steamer Iralda, which collided with the lone in the Willamette river October 27, 1S92, libelled the latter for such an amount of damages as the court may deciee in the United States' circuit court this afternoon, says the Oregon- Ian. In reciting the circum:it; the collision, which occorred during a dense fog, tne libellist, Newsom, alleges carelessness, negligence and in- competency on the Dart of the nllot and captain of the lone, and states thU as a result of the collision he was controlled to nav S100 to the widow of Otto Peters, a deckhand on the Iralda, who was killed in the collision. S400 In ronm nnrt that his vessel wa laid up 15 days for repairs, 'it i ens of J15.S3 i-(-r day The collision between th TraMa and Tnntt npplirred n. nh nrt I distance from Llnnton, which is eight miles down the river. The Iralda was coming up when the lone struck her at the forward end of the pilothouse. All o-rnrerlen Kold at bottom rirlr.es for cash at Howell & Ward's. 0. . I For Sale Three good lots" at Smith's Point. A bargain. Address A. B., this omce. . Thor Fredrickson, piano tuner, has mss Third Htreet. Adair's Astoria, near Eagle cannery. Leave orders at Griffin & Reed's book store, Superintendent Baxter, of the Union Pacific, has received the following let ter from Waightman, Pedder & Co., secretaries of the Liverpool Ship-Own-ers' Association: "We dulv received your letter of September 6, in accordance with which nro una flhnilt Kv ttllthnrltV Of Our COIT1 mittee. to issue a circular to the mem- bers o fthis association, copy of which we will send you. The circular will, n.o iritat ho aa t.laf.lptnrV tO VOU. UUr ' a .i.i. .t r.i0oc,, committee regard with great pleasure the reduction which has been made by your company in the towage charges at Portland. The pilotage cnarges, however, still remain very excessive. We are in communication - wun our friends, Messrs. Balfour, Guthrie & Co., on this subject, and we trust that some reduction in the pilotage charges will soon be effected. We need hardly point out to you that Portland is one .u ,t Vnnit-p norts In the of the most expensive pons in tne world, and that the present Pilotage . charges constitute an additional bur- dm bevond those which shipowners . ... . nmi. Th have felt for a considerable time. The pilotage charges cost far more to the ships than is necessary for the main- tenance of the pilots, and a suostan- tlal reduction In them Is called for in the Interests of Portland Itself. Lnrlcrl The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard. these clrcun. stances . our committee trust that your company will lend their co-operation in tho efforts which are r elng made to obtain such a reduction." AlBJ.kft Mlmmv thn ,,, . . t.nnlinilM1 to mr.v nft rwiv There are two or veS8eIf) on thft way down Alafika Ba,mon whfin they arr(ve wfl w,n be ablft . .a ont. n!i . ,. mn. . In Htrnnp n.t full flonirpH far nil klnrla Advlceg navo come t0 hand canfirrnlng telegrams of the destruction by fire of tho U. D. Hume & Co.'s cannery on Rogue river. The cannery had not started up on fall fish. The spring pack was 3.100 cases. On Eel river no fish has been canned. Receipts of Alaska salmon aggregate so far this season as follows: Alaska Packers' Association, 447,240 coses; Pacific Steam Whaling Co., 61,486 cases; Alaska Improvement Co., 50,024 cases; N. P. T. & P. Co., 12, 595 cases; various, 19,376 cases. Total, 580,721 , cases. The receipts In barrels aggregate 19,252. Steamship Mariposa, hence October 20, took out the follow- ing cases of salmon: To Honolulu, 25 gydnty, 7,856; Auckland, 125; Apia, 65 n..j,. ,n. , cft tit.i Dunedin. 18: Christ-Church, 60; Wei llngton, 300; Luttletos, 10; Tonga, 50 Vavan, 20; Haabil, SO; Napier, 80; Total, 8, 91 AMONG THE "CHURCHES, Tomorrow Services by tne various Astoria Pastors. In the new Swedish Lutheran church of Upper Astoria, tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock, there will be divine ser vice. Rev. J. McCormac officiating. All are cordially Invited. The usual service In the German language will be held at the Congrega tional church on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 J. G. Schmld, pastor. Grace Episcopal church, first Sunday In tho monUi; services accordingly, In the morn,ng at " 'c,ock' a"d in tho evening at 7 o'clock Rev. W. S, Short, tho pastor, officiating. There will be services at Bethanla church, on Fifth street Upper Astoria Sunday at 19:45 a. m, and 7:30 p. m I Rev. P. Kheon will nfflplnto Gospel meeting tomorrow night at Rescue Hall conducted by Rev. C. F. nw.. n i.ii Vltvp, Jill IJJUOI. tUlUIUIIJ U1VIICU t0 attend thls service. Service at the Congregational church Sunday morning. Subject, "An Un alterable Purpose." The Sunday school meets at 12 m. and the Christian En- deavor Society at 6:30 p. m. There will be no service at the church Sun- day evening, but the congregation Is invited to attend the Gospel Meeting at . I T,... TT. lva,uuc "y v. Clapp. On Sunday (All Saints Sunday and Reformation Day) theie will be service in the Norwegian Evangelic Lutheran church at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m., by Rev. L. Nissen, pastor. Sunday school today at 10 a. m. First M. E. chunch Services tomor row as follows: 10 a. m., class meeting; 11 a. m., sermon by the pastor, Rev J. W. Bushong D. D subject "Love's Memorial": Sunday school at 12:30 p. m., at 6:30 p. m Young People's Praise Bervice, Prof. Wright, president, At the 7:30 p' m" servlce there wU1 be a 6Peclal musical attraction. Mrs. Crosby of Washington D. C. will sing a sol- Sermon by Dr. Bushong, sub- Ject-"Heil a Mytn or wnat comrort rr the binner ". All are cordially in NOTICE. I n all nrhrY, It n-i a .r flnnnann T Ika usder8lgned G. Biederman have sold all my Interest to my former partner, and all debts and receipts and all busi nyt inte man, to Herman Grimm, C I .. Signed this 3d day of November, 1893. GODFR1I BIEDERMAN. jNq. w. CROW'S WALL PAPER AND DECORATIVE ESTABLISHMENT, 637 Third St. Will by the first of the coming year contain a complete asd varied stock of the best assorted seasonable goods in the market. No back number papers tn hand. Ready mixed and dry paints, artists' materials, painters anr var nish burshes, leads, oils, and glass, dec orative room mouldings, house linings asa ouiiaing papers. "A TALENTED EDITOR." geyeral Qf Krau8eB Headache Capsules while traveling to Chicago to attend the National Democratic Con- VBIIUOH. J. HUieu 11B.O l llttl 111 111 preventing headaches and dizziness, . hp.,lanhe .men Have had very little headache Blnce my return, which is remarkable. Yours, respectfully, JOHN U. SHAFFER, Ed. Renovo (Pa.) Record. For sale' by Chas. Rogers, Astoria, Or., sole agent. A GOOD WORD. Mr. J. J. Keil, Sharpsburg, Pa. Dear Sir: -I am glad to say a good word for Krause's Headache Capsules. After Buffering for over thrae years pn-,,f,nt , f,tfh.h to haffle tiie efforts of some of our best physicians) you suggested this remedy which gave me almost Instant relief. Words Jail ovrQall th T BhnI1irt ilk tn (x - stovy on Krause's Headache Capsules. Gratefully Yours, For ga(5 b Cnas Rogers, Astoria, Or., soie agent. CURE FOR HEADACHE. A" areme(ly for all formB of head ache Llectrlc Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a permanent cure and the most . dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to Its influence. We urge all who are afflicted to pro cure a bottle and give this remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual consli patlon Electric. Hitters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this med icine. Try It once. Large bottles only rfty cents, at Chas. Rogers' drug store LOST. LOST A pocket book containing a few dollars. Finder will please return to this office and receive the thanks of the owner, who is a poor girl. WANTED. AGENTS ' WANTED $5 a , day. Greatest kitchen utensil ever invented. Retail 35 cents. 2 to 6 sold in every house. Sample, postage paid, 5 cents. Forshee & McMakln, Cincinnati, O. FOR SALE. CHANCE FOR ALL Men of small means can buy real estate in Hill's first addition. LOTS FOR 2. Call at the Astoria Real Estate Exchange and get a lot In Hill's First Addition for 1. JAPANESE CURIOSITIES Wing Lee has Just received a full line of Japanese curiosities and fancy goods, Will sell at cost. 629 Third street. MISCELLANEOUS. HOTEL. Remember McGuire's Ho tel at Seaside Is open the year around, CALL ON P. BAKER. 478 Third St., and have your clothes dyed and cleaned. SEWINO MACHINES And general repairing, lock-fitting, etc. C. A. May, 132 Main street. GEO. McLEAN, corner Olney and As tor streets, does a general business in blacksmlthing and repairing. - JOB PRINTING Dell Ferguson, gen eral job printer, Astorlan building, up stairs. First-class work at reasonable rates. WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on Handley & Haas, 150 First street, and get the Dally Astorlan. Visitors need not miss their morning paper while there. MUSIC LESSONS. J. W. Thomp son, organist at the M. E. Church, gives lessons in music, piano and or gan. Organs tuned and repaired. Ad dress 689 Astor street, Astoria, TO SUBSCRIBERS. Those who do not receive their papers regularly and on time should notify this office. If the papers delivered by carriers are wet or in bad condition, don't fall to make complaint at the business omce, YOUR FRIENDS IN EUROPE. If you have friends in Europe whose pas sage you wlBh to prepay to Astoria, call at the Northern Paclflo office, steamer Telephone dock, and make known your wants. Reduced fare via all the leading steamship lines. ARE YOU GOING EAST? -Patron ize the Northern Pacific railroad if you are Going East. Low rates of fare, through tickets, baggage check ed to destination. All purchasers of second-class tickets can stop over at Portland. Rates of fare same as from Portland. BEVERAGES. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Call at August Danlelson's Sample Rooms. ONLY THE PUREST Wines and liquors are sold at Alex Campbell's Gem. A DELICIOUS DRINK. There is no place in Astoria where John Kopp's famous beer is kept In such good con dition as at Utzlnger's popular resort. WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zln- fandel wine Instead of coffee or tea. Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget peach, and apricot brandy. Also French Cognac and wind at Alex Gilbert's. SOCIETY MEETINGS. PILOT COMMI3SIONERS-Thc reg ular meetings of this board will be held on the first Monday of each month at 10 a, m., at the office of Robb & Par ker. W. L. Robb, Sec. NOTICE The regular meetings of the Astoria Building and Loan Associa tion are held at 8 p. m. on the nrst Wednesday of each month. Office on Genevieve street, south of Chenamus. W. L. ROBB, Secretary. OCEAN ENCAMPMENT No. 13, 1. O. . F. Regular meetings of Ocean En campment No. 13, in the Odd Fellows' Building, at 7 p. m on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. So journing brethren cordially lnited. liy order C f. COMMON COUNCIL - Regular meet ings first and third Tuesday evenings of each month at 8 o'clock in city hall. Persons desiring to hav9 matters acted upon by the council at any regular meetingi must present the same to the auditor and clerk on or before the Fri day evening prior to the Tuesday on which the council holds its regular meatlng. K. OSBURN, . Auditor ana l'oiice Judge. TIIEY CAN'T ESCAPE. The liver when active is the watch-due of the svstom the destroyer of perms und impuri ties. Tho truth i : nlncty-iiine out of every hundred disease oceiu witu a iiiL'jrisu liver. A slight cold or chill may amount to something serious. It you correct tho liver you'll cure tho coiu. ur. riorce's rieasant ri- Jets rousathe Irer to vigor ous oclion. Aftsr dinner. If you're bilioti. take one of these tiny, KiigAr-coated renew. 'iai.e thcoi when you linre wind or pain In stomach, giddiness, full- new, loss of nupetiU, or when you Puffer from co-tiruiii-M. iu.iLwlon. sLk or billoua lu-adacliKJ. Tho maLert taka the W.t of llifir bvnVfltlne yon. If they re not satialsctory, your money Is refunded. Can you ask morer C. P. UPSHUR, SHIPPING and COMMISSION Astoria, Oregon. GREAT SACRIFICE SALE. Business f.lust be Having concluded to retlie from business I will dispose of my entire atock at a lacrlfice SCHOOL HOOKS AN 1) STATION KUY at actual cost. All ottn r goods wlil be sold below cost. No roiervi'. llio ontire mock must be closed out before the now year. Fixtures and showcases for rale cheap. This Is a bona fide sacrltlcc elusion sale. K. STOAU P. 8. Country Merchants will find It to their advantage to ra'l on in and price our goods before purchasing elsewheio. This closing out sale is strictly for cash only. Dalgity's Iron Works, JAS. DALttlTY, I'rop'r. (Succoisor to Arndt & Forchon.) Boiler Repairing and Tannery Woik. Repair ing ol Kiver Craft a Specialty. Wachlno Work of all kinds doue. Shop, loot of Lafayette Ht. Washington Meat Market, Corner fiornnd anil Main Btrccts, Whul. i,alo and Retail BUTCH tRS - AND PACKERS Steamboats, ships and mills supplied on short notice. Families supplied i promptly ai lUu lowunt rales. CHRISTENSEN & CO., Proprietors aT. 13. WYATT Dealer In K;rdaie a Ship Chandler); I'lireUM. !irl,::it Varnlib, !lmm'i '" Out-i Ion Clllivii-i, ilemp Hall 1'wnw l-Hril ml, Wioufhr, li'ouBplkuM, Ualviiiiiti-iH'iit Null (3-rooorioB, . riito Agricultural Implemmits, i-wliiK Nn inm IntittM, Palni.H mid Oils. CJias. Heilborn Mon Importers anil Dealuis in FURNITURE, CAISPETS, And Upholstery. 601, G05 Third Htreet, Astoria. i- Is the Best of Its Class On the Pacific Coast. AN UNEXCELLED TABLE KuIl-8, $J dully and upwards. lncnndesocut, nil niirht. . , . f 1.50 12 o'clock... 1.00 " 10 " .... 75 For particular)) inquire of buy mombur ot the firm or nt the omce, foot ol Uou oomly tit. West Hhoks Mills Co.,i I. O. Truilinger, President. J. A. FAGTA3END GEN Kit U, CONTRACTOR. 'iie Driving, Hoye, Bridge ;i r Wharf Building. Address, Box ISO, postofllce. .1IA;XI S C CKOSUY, UKALKU IK II AUD WARE, IRON, STEEL, IRON P1PK AND FITTIN08. STOVES AND TINWARE, House Funilslilnu Uuoild, Hheet l-eud, Strip Lead, BUeet Iron Tin and Copper. ROSS, HICCINS A CO.! butchers - and - Grocers, Astoria and Upper Astoria. Fine Tens and Coffee. Tahle Delicacies, i Domestic mill Tropleul Kmlts, Vegeta ble, sugar cured hams, bacon, etc. CHOICE FRESH & SALT MEATS THE : OllKUOft : J5AKERY A. A.CLKVKLANK, Prop. Good Bread Cakes and Pstry, None but the Best Materials uitod. Satisfaction Guaranteed Custom Bread delivered In any part of the city . Seaside Saw Milli Aromnleto stock of lumber on hand In the roiiKh or dressed. KlonrinK. Eustic, (VlllnK. and ail kinds ol Mulsh: Moulding and Hlilu- ies; alHOjHrackot Worn dime to order, lerni rcasoiiaore ami prices ai nei rocs ah onn rs promptly stteiideil to. Olllce and yard ntmlll. ii. r. iji Liim,ji, riupr. Beasldo, Oregon, - AGENTS WANTED. Gold and sliver can be made, easily by active men and women. Hecure an agency Immediately for "AMEltlCA'B WONDBKIjAinIJH . tne Tautest, sell ing book since Grant's Memoirs. A veritable boom has st in on this book. and success Is knocking at, your very door. 640 beautiful pictures, (over 300 full page pictures) in tints, by a new pro tean: ZUU pages or mining vy inc celebrated writer ana traveler, J. V. Buel, equal to 3,000 paes of an ordi nary book. This beautlxul work is Rouen up as a memorial of the Columbian year, and touches an American chord in every hnmi In the Und. Ponuiar prices. Territory worth a farm, going rapidly. Hend at- once $1.00 for prospectus, and application for ex elusive atrncy to THE J. DEWING Occiden 1M m ELECTS C LIGHT CO., San Francisco, CaL Closed Out Cure ! NEW YORK NOVELTY STORE, JEFF'S RESTAURANT -18 THE Bon Ton Ton Restaurant in the Town (Aud the Finest on the Coast. Dinner Parties, Banquets a Specials. Tht FlMat WIm ud Llqiora. A. G. SPEXARTH, DEALER IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Plated Ware. Fine Repairing a Specialty. . Agent for Winchester Repeating Fire Arms Company, Washburn's Guitars and mandolins. Largest stock of Fishing Tackle and Bamboo Poles. The Trade Supplied. "BARGAINS IN-- Wheeler & Wilson Sealing JVIaehlnes. HUNTER & MERCENS, Proprietors ot Hie Portland Butchering Co,'s Markets Corner flocond and Ht-nton atrretn. Comer Third and West KUIitli streets NOE & SCULLY, Dealer in Stoves, M Iron & Copper Waie Role imm Is for JKgee Stoves aud Ruugus. Jobbing of all kinds promptly at tended to. 481 Second street, Astoria. SOOTS AHD SHOES The Lsripuit Btook, Rest Qualit and Lowest Prices at the Sign or The Golden Shoe. . THE MODEL A. V JOS. TERP, Propiletor. Tho bcttnipsl In the city for the money Ktmlcrii oVKtera. i" cxt door to Odd Ki I Iowh' btilliliiiKt Third Hr., Aalorls. I. W- CASE, IKSURANCE, AGENT. REPRESENTING German-American, New York City, N. T. Union fire ud Marine, of New Zealand, National Fire and Marina Im. Co., of Hartford. Conneeticnt Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford. omt Mutual hi. Co., of San Francisco. Pbcpnii, of London. I Imperial, of londoi. New York Plate date Int. Co. Kopp's - Beer - Hall Choice Wlnor, Lliition and Clgara. KENTUCKY -WHISKEY, Only bunded over tlift bur, Tho largi-at vU'i of N. I. Beer. HaH snd ball, be. ri-n liiiii li. iUICKSON & WUIKA.U, Trs. Cor. Coneomly snd Ufujotte St. North Pa?ij!c Brewery JOHN IKOPP, Proprietoi. lieinian - Laer - Itoer Ar.d.XXI'orter. All mders promptly attended to. MUSIC BALL mi Flrrt street, Attoria, Or. H. CHRISTENSEN, PltOP'R. A. IT'roo Oonoort Every nlttlit l-eglnnlnir at a o'clock. Cnod iiiimle. 'Hit bent of wImch, 1U quor sud clgari alwa) uu hand, CENTRAL HOTEL Corner Can and Went Nlutb. On the Eiiroinn t!n-Iroo. n,. and a Hmt-elHsii ro-uiiruul. iuri rt.u.. r r iui:;!!iy. l'ilv;a i,,,, jor ia ult- OyHU-n and fih in wason. Finest Wines, Liquors aud Cirs. EVEXS0N ft COOK, - . Proprietors. I