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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, WIiDT.SDAY MOIINLVU, FiUiJlUAllY . 14, 1894.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION, v DAILY. ' Served by carrier, pepr week.. 15 ct Hpnt by mail, per month........ 60 cts Sent by mall, per year.. .. $7.60 WEEKLY. Sent by mall per year, $2.00 In advance. Postage tree to Buuaciiuen. The Aatorlan guarantees to Its ul scribere the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. . . Advertising. rates can be obtained on 'application to the Dustnens manager, This paper Is In possession of all the telegraph franchises, and la the only paper on the Columbia river that pub lishes genuine dispatches. The Daily Astorlan's circulation is five times as great as that of the com, blned circulation of the other daily la pers of Astoria. The Weekly Astorlan, the third old- est weekly in the state or uregon, nas, next to the Portland. Oregonlan,. the largest weekly circulation In the state, . Subscribers -to . the Astorlan ra re quested to notify tms omce, wunouu loss cf time, Immediately they fall to receive their dally paper, or when th. do not get lb at the usual hour. By do-) li-g tbl they, will enable the manage-, mont to place the blame on the proper, Hurtles and to Insure a speedy remedy Handley & Haas are pur Portiand agents and copies of the Astorlan can te had every morning ui uwir omnia on First street. . TIDE TABLE. For the Week, Beginning Today. I )I(iB WATKR T LOW WATKll DATS A.M. P.M. f A ,M. PM. I b m I It. II h in I it. h m J ft.ll hnlfc Tue.. 201 Tue. 13 Wed. 14 Thr.. IS, Frl... 16' Sat.. 17 1 258 3 6 58;8 6 6718 4 8 0418 SI 910 10 22 Sun.. 18,1121 10691 718 2 21 7 4208 7 3054 1 10910 9 0258 0 10 371 2205 10 25 6 1 1 $S 4 31 3 42 0 1 1124 6 6 3 17,4 4: 4 42 0 7 ..... ... 4 SB 4 0 6 35 1 4 6 36 1 6 6 21 1 2 YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Local weather for the twenty-four hours ending at 6 p. m. yesterday, fur nished by the U. S. Department of Ag f rlculture weather, bureau. M-uclmum temperature, 50 degrees j minimum temperature, 39 degrees; pre cipitation, .89 Inch. Total precipitation-, from -July. 1, 1893, to date, 65.48 Inches; excess of precipi tation from July 1, 1893, to date, 17.64 inches. TODAY'S WEATHER. . ... . Portland, Ore., Feb. 13. For Western Washington; Fair weather, followed by rain; warmer. For Eastern Washington and Oregon ; Fair weather; slight temperature changes. J One thing must be said for the demo crats who refuse to Bupport the Income. tax scheme: They are not populists masquerading) under an assumed name. Irigs, and there were a few flourishes on j anclal questions-a man whoso ability is ' gy; crrrj I mo American rWt a,iii I .t. , -,iin,ii1v un- 17 docs not need a vote of thanks and an an"wcrable. It seems to me that In this! H . Avt,.vt..t... 1 Uln 1 . t In V.!a .i.nrrlfl find W ' .TOut service with lncronwxi r,o v""c '"" ,""ul "ul .,.""'" tor ten years merely f0P carrying out the orders, of the department. a-n tseventr-w-n vn am rf li iva h iU my are rrnHwwJ t.t tenst twrnyy.-uiby the use in pwun njiecinc. My tout nnd lc to ii,v kiiw w.-i c ore tor tV'O ye-irs. sind pVicians scid his arguments, lilte a wet tllshrag, inn ; tcmik J'1." ' of their own weight. He calls it "a war , ;w un 3i"nne 2 measure." Suppose it was. The "time ,fe ,,, ,jM .to LiinJ) which tried men's souio" gave ua ,)tml lVJnili:iiuirc laws and measures before untried, bun which remain among our mont bene-j flcial institutions. The national bank-; rs Itiff oj'Stem was a war met In its perfected form rvmt nvntom Tt. Is oblected to a -j un t.i- ' ' "class legislation." Is not the tax on whiskey and tobacco also class legisla tion? What tax does not bear heavier on some one class than on others? "Them that has must lose" is a homely The condition not a theory which now confronts the country Is very dif fercnt from that which existed at the time Mr. Cleveland gave utterance to his famous aphorism. '''. , The advocates of the Wilson tariff bill mean to waste as little time aa possible in the senate. . This is made evident by the decision of the finance committee not to give hearings to persons Inter ested In various provisions of the meas ure. The ostensible reason for this de cision, aa set forth in Senator Voorheea1 statement, is that If the door were opened to hearings, four or five months might be consumed. Mr. Voorhees de clares "It Is all an Idle pretense that any right is denied to anybody by the course the committee has determined to take." All this is preliminary to rail roadlng the bill through, If that can be accomplished, before any , further dlvi elons occur on such phases of the all ver question as will soon bo brought up for the senate's action. Transatlantic, steamship : companies have practically settled their warfare and agreed to pool their west-bound tramc. The great falling oft in the im migrant travel has had Its effect on the companies, and the Item of saving ofllce expenses will make a showing; in the balance sheets. Foreigners already . here have warned those at home that there Is little or no work, to be had In the United States, and if the Wilson bill becomes a law European factories will be busy enough to keep all hands at vork. What the companies may lose on steerage passengers they will be like ly to make ur in Increased freight tramc. Democratic enthusiasts in the house Passed a, resolution of thanks to Ad miral Benham for his resolute stand on behalf of American commercial rights. What a. relief It must be to then after the Hawaiian policy of infamy to have something In foreign affairs that they can talk about without blushing; but there is really no, Justification for such a resolution. Admiral Benham obeyed he Instructions 0f the department of tho navy, ust as the commander of the Detroit followed the. orders received from the flagship. The Importance of ac3 an Incident ought not ti be ex aggerated. When the administration at VoKhliigUHi, after unnecessary heslta--m and delay, decided to protect Amer ican commerce, it o. vrk. . b naval fight. The Insurgent adipira! a protest agninst the proceed- Members of the South Dakota Alli ance are now getting m their second crop 0f foily. It eppcar8 thftt when alliance political wave was rolling along mightily, and every farmer was con vinced that all the good men had come to the front and sent tho rascals to the rear, the smooth fellows who were shift ing the scenery and rolling out the staeo thunder contrived to eet tho aii.tr. adage, but one which ought to be true of a lot nr t,. .i . when It comes to paying taxes. "It is a represent;,, 7 . ' ard collect- nnd whlch wHI represented their interest In a great co- evaded by many." Granted; but do we operative scheme. Only a small sum for that reason neglect to tax notes and was to be paid down, that am, aocounte for state and county purposes wniiM ' .. . I If tha nA.nln nt whnm this tX IS ailllCtl . reuunj i ne. snare-taker, n. Hrht ' 1 in a nhPm e-Ker. a right can eyade ,t wny tnen ,l0 in a scheme that was to entitle him to they oDject to the law? If It Is Impo- uy all that he needed at miraculously tent, what harm can It do? It is said low prices, and then In the end he that "a man, Pr'vate business will be would get back three dollars for cverv ,ubJcc,ed to the prylnfr ey8 f BVern; llirilL iUHJiio. m XI . I IU lllUt.II UDIJI'JJIilfe VJ .... inose wno signed the notes will be hnkH! or over the distilleries, except oongea to pay over $160,000 before they the whiskey producers. A little more are released. . publicity and espionage would nave saved investors millions of dollars lost HaiDor-H , 1, . through swindling loan associations, ,. ' , v growing ftnU ,,9 whlch nave gone int0 the weary of the democratic party," Judg- receivers' hands during the past year. mg rrom, the following utterances in a I Grand as have been Its results, and recent issue of that paper; "The neonle reluctant as all men who are Interested are growing- weary of the democratic ,n the Welfm'e ot Ur C0U"try W0Ul(1 b nartv ' lne oemocrauc to see It pushed aside, our tariff, system party. They are out of patience with it notoriously bears more harshly on the cvuse or us inefficiency, its cowardice, poor man than on the rich. The man its lock of principle and consistency, who has a yearly income of $5,000 does its imbecility. It would seem as though "0t Bpend te" tlmeS M mUlh fr thG it tin u-, . .... proiecieu necessaries oi me as me in- it had become so habituated to cringe , isn n. vr fr hi. hi. before a republican majority, to aban- The man who annually expends more don principle and honor, to secure by than $4,000 on his family, Is giving them cunning what it dare, not openly fight whRt t0 Iunety-nlne onc-hundredths of for, that, now In the day when it la in the 1,601,16 f thl8 0Untry would b? w in xne aay wnen it Is In luxurleB. Ant, Blu.h a ono shol,i(i just. Power In both the executive and legls. iy ay the government for the protec- latlye . branches of the government, It tlon It gives his business. still cringes before the threats, and It 11 8eems to me tno Klst of the theory is still afraid of the taunts of its oppo- advanced by many of our ty papers . T Is that because democrats are now up- nents. It dare not execute the commls- ,. lncomo t(UcaUon renubllcans mon given to It. It does not trust in the should oppose it. Would it. not be better majority behind It. It has no confidence t0 tako the bull by the horns; say to the in Its principles, a com,,nv nt ... democrats. We accept your proposi ng a , . . , tlon. We are glad to see that you are lists, whose existence is due to Its own . .v., . , ... , , , uuo w us uwii ony thrty years behind us in Intelll- folly, scares ita statesmen in the south, gece, and are now willing to take the and a noisy band of protected manufao- position we held at that time. We hull turers ; makes them, tremble In the wltn Joy t,!,e buddlnsr sls'iis of an Intel north." - 'uc' nnd hope that thirty years more of good times under the McKlnley tariff tvtilrh U'A tvtlt tiava na o(.rn tta fit. While the country Is waiting for the Lol.j ves us a chance to 'turn the action of the senate on the Wilson bill, rascals out') will bring you to see the It may be well to contemplate tho stir- errors of free trade." roundlngs. The country Is suffering The mensi""e Proposed by the demo-. ,, . ,. . ... cratic majority In congress may be lack- from a revolution. A policy that has , , , , . . r , , nir in detail, but I I'tintcml tlmt tlm for a generation been associated with principle of Income taxation Is right, every manufacturing, commercial, mon- and that we should not oppose It simply etary and industrial enterprise of the on PI-tl!,a' grounds. By accepting it iTnito,! ntto i. , , ... republicans can checkmate the move of tho opposition, and retain In the party ucoiiutiiun umii uiBuuHsion tor we are many wno nilgnt tie driven to the popu tolil thpm hH hon m.,if. 'Ist". through the Idea that we favor the rich at the expense of the poor. It tho people that there is to be tariff and "ill also place us In a position .sue!) ; hut Mo., to- - ..i r,,L'n we Kpt 0lu' innings wo can make revenue reform. We are to settle ..on the tariff prohibitive on many foreign tho question whether Americans tire to importations, and yet have it prolific I source oi revenue. CHAS. F. LESTKU than is done In Europe, iic.v. Ia F. Stii t Taliu. r, Kauj a City. . national FSi--;i ---j I.. A WONDERFUL measure; so, too, If'X ItfME ny-estcia.lv for i. nnr internal i KPJS'to-! ' 0,M 11r"ple-, h bu'lri "P is our internal J,..;.; i lie gtmnx JieaUh. Treat i nbtented 10 n I i,n l.ti.. i-i :::..'. n.t V: p :ino compwv, "li-M.Ga. No Use for Lard That's the happy and healthy condition of thous ands of housekeepers who have been bright enough to try Ootfolene THE NEW SHORTENING. which is a pure, perfect and popular substitute for lard for all cooking purposes. The success of Cotto lene has called out vcrth less imitations with similar color and similar names. Look out for these. "All that glitters is not gold," and all that's yellow is not COTTOLENE. There is but one valuable new shortening, and that is Cottolene. It is healthful, delicate and economical as a single trial will prove. At leading Grocers. Watch the name. AEFUS IL SUBSTITUTES. II. K. FAIRBANK&CO., Sole Manufacturers, ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO, NEW YORK, BOSTON. C. P. UPSHUR, Shippings Commission Astoria, Orecon. A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Fe3d, Provisions, Fruits, Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Cusj and Squeraoquc Streets. Astoria. Ore. fl r-wrrw fiPAl'tciTC VHO : First Class Funerals : AT POflli'S Undertakiog Parlors, THIRD STREET. Rates Reasonable. Embalming a Specialty. flusic "Hall 334 Plrst Street, Astoria, Or, H. CHRISTENSEN. Prop. A FREE CONCERT every night beRlnnlnc t 8 o'clock. Good music. The best of wines, liquors and cigars always on hand. lue.'5 ua7 Put)3u!r;3 arosupcriar to JJiilsam of liopalba, Cul)cbs and Injoctiona. ((fffij) They ct'.ro iu 43 liour3 tlio sara8 d'.3easo3 without otiyhtcon- veuionca COLO Cr AIL pniiCulSTS Noe & Scully, Dealers In Stores, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware. Sole Accents for MAGEE STOVES AND RANGES. Jobbing a Specialty. 431 Second Street, Astoria, Or. Washington Jleat Market. Corner Second and Main Streets. Wholesale and Retail Butchers : and : Packers. Steamboats, Ships and Alills supplied on short notice. .Families suprlied promptly at the lowest rates. CHRISTENSEN & CO., Props. J. B. WYATT, DEALER IN HARDWARE AND SHIP CHANWiEHY, Pure Oils, Brlclit Varnish. Binacle Oil, Cot ton Canvas, Hemp Sail Twine. Lard Oil, Wrought Iron Spikes, Galvanized Cut Nails. GROCERIES, ETC, Agricultural Implements, Sewing Machines, ' Paints and Oils. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. AMERICA'S Greatest Trans Continental Hail way System t FH01K 0CEAH TO OCEAfl IN' Palace Dining ffoom and Sleeping Cars. iaxorioas Dining Cars. Elegant Day Coaches.- ALSO Observation Cars, allowing Unbroken Vieius of the Wonderfal fountain Country. $5.00 and $10.00 Saved on all tickets east. Tourist cars the best on wheels. Equipments of the very finest throughout. AW) CANADIAN PACIFIC ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE To China and Japan, Empress of India leaves Vancouver February S. Empress of China leaves Vancouver March 5. Empress of India leaves Vancouver April 2. AUSTRALIAN STEAMER SERVICE Leaves Feb. 16 and March 1C for 1 Honolulu and Australian ports. For ticket rates and information, call on or address, JAS. FIXLAYSOX. A?t, Astoi!n, Or. A. B. Caldcr, Traveling Pass. Attu Tacoma, Wash., Geo. McL. Brown, Dist. Pass. Agt., Vancouver, B. C. South find Central America do not Interfere with SMOKE! SMOKE! SMOKE- SMOKE! us. and British America would l.Ke the 'V" 'Tmyou MIDWINTER FAIIt TICKETS. freedom of our markets. Each year 'UHt go to Chas. Olsen. ihe modem , improvements make the world smaller In a commercial eipe. If we do not hold our markets for cur- selves, we shall Commencing with the steamship Col jmblo, leaving Astoria have uniformity ol 'nnuury 21th, the Union Pnclttc will I IPll Vilinl tfln llna 4 oM 171 t- wages, and they will be leveled down. vt the raw of M-oS Th ' i.V .ZZ jo limited to 30 days from dnte of sale. O. W. IOTTMtfrtwnnv oi.l.. l ... not up. Aa for natural products, the United States no longer has the monop oly of wheat, cotton, oil and pivpared FOUND THEM THE BEST, TO The FastMai meats. We do not boast or our un touched " resources tho inexhaustible riches of the continent sine the open- let us have a tariff for revenue nt,y-1 This Is to certify that I have used Krauso's Jleadaclto Capsules perioai- i.j wr iner h year, and have very oiuih pleasure Ir Ptatlng that Hu-y ave ahvavs Droved iwv iwnaiint.ii lng of Africa and the advancement of I '"ave relieved mo In from ten to lifteen minutes, i navo Deer, a sufferer from htadache for ninny years, ami have ate In favor of our worklngmen the I never fourd anything to do me as u . eh Kol as Krauso's Headache Cod- laborera In our shops and fields why )U0S vour, timk- p LOUIS HERMAN, 231 Ponlnr f?t.. wiphim 'w..n how taxing the things we do not pro- For talc by Chas. Rogers, Astoria, duce rather than those we do, making 0, BOle BScnt those who consume foreign articles pay NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS, tho expenses of the govmnnjont. md Notice is hereby civ-en. thnt. not levy commercial wars and make tos u'o and payable at the ntllee Na 503 Ji'ffrtison Btr.-ot, on the tlrst cl-iv class discriminations, as If we had of the month, mid If m,i paid within fallen' into the power of foreign tuun- l, V"'Ji,A f,m diUe "lewter r will be shut off from the premises with-1 tries and confessed before the world cur out further notice, and the tine Imposed i incapacity for taking care of ourselves. aX,, by .conmZ governing the use of v,at.;r. Also, where water is now sniii.lied throiiHh ont service (o several hotios Views of a Correspondent on That In- ril,""u'8 or Pnns, mid one or more ()f terestlng Question. "iv S . "v.0J.ra ..f . ... ,v ,lc , lIlp llme The following v.U be found se.f-exp- 7 lanatory: liniHWted on all such delinquents before Editor Astorian: My republicanism Is the water will he turned on atraln. us all wool." I believe In protection so fnnltt W tTc"on or s.11,1 ri0!I, . ... Kf ..,.( .l.ainr will hn wnt I .. . ,. v" HI, " " vv rttipc. Lltv wail.,- out of our country for products which ISA KINO THE GRAVE. POTS YOU in Chicago Omaha, Kansas City, St. i-oiiis and al Eastern Points , 24 to 36 Hoars Ahead Of "flny Other Mne. Pullman and Tourlot Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars. Clr lng Cars are run da ly v: th Union papiflc Fiyer loaving Port, land at 7:00 p. fh- THH INCOME) TAX. Astoria to San Francisco. OCEAN HTEAMEKS SAILING DATES. Columbia, Saturday, Feb. 3. State, Thursday,' l'eij. , Columbia, Tuesday, Feb. 13. State, Sunday, Feb. 18.' Columbia, Friday. Feb. 23. State, Wednesday, Feb. 2S. Astoria and Portland Steamer?. Steamer R. It. Thompson loaves As iorU at 6:45 a. m., daily except Bunday, via Washington side of the river; re turning, leaves Portland at 8 p. m., daily, exeeiit Saturday. The Thomp son makes lnnd)ngs on both sides oi the river abov tt'aterford. on both ui and lrnvn trt, - T . , S. H. II. CI-ARK, OLIVER M INK, K. ELLERY ANDERSON. J.OIIN W. DOANE. K'f'T'KIUC t. pplJDERT. , Receivers. For rates and general Information call on or address G. W. I-OUNSBERRY. Agent, Astoria, Or. W. IT. IIURLRURT. Ast. Gen. l'us, Agt.. Tortland, Or. OGClDEflT HOTEL Is the Best of Its Class On the Pacific Coast. flfl UNEXCELLED TABLE. (ales, $J dally and upwards. J. A. FAST ABEND, GENERAL CONTRACTOR. CHICAGO, JHWAUPE And ST. Pflllli RAILWAY Connecting with All Transcontinenta f.ines is the Only Line running ELECTRIC - LIGHTED - CARS . BETWEEN St Paul and Chicago. rip Omaha and Chicago. The Express Trains consists of Vestlbuled, Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars, Heated ny STEAM, And furnlct.al ..,1th E...... T I i i Pile Driving,. House, Bridge and ! ra,lway rave- .WHARF BU1LDEK. Address, box 180, postofflce" ASTORIA, ORE. ROSS HIGGINS & CO. Grocers; and ; Butchers Aforia and Upper Astorfi). Fine Teas and Coffees, Table Deiifacies. Domestic and Tropical Hruitsi, VeceUbles, bujar Cured Hams, Bacon, htc. Choice - Fresh and Salt Meats. M.C, CROSBY, DpAj.ER t;i H&rdw&re, Irpn, Steel, Iron Pipe and Fittings, Stoves and Tinware. House Furnlshlnc Goods, Sheet aud Strip Lead, Tin and Copper, and Sheet Iron THE GHmOH J5RKEHY. A. A. CLEVELAND, Hrou, GOOD BREAD, CAKES and PASTRY None but the Best Materials used. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED CUSTOMERS. Bread delivered to any part of the city. For SPEED, COMFORT and SAFETY This Line is Unequaled. Tickets on sale at all prominent railway offices. For further Information Inquire ot any ticket agent, C. J. EDDY, General Agent. J- W. CASEY, Tray, pass, Agt, PORTLAND, OREGON. Central - Hotel Cor. jrd and West Ninth Sts. On the European phn, I arire, alrv ronir.t a . lirst-class restaurant, Hoard daily, eem c, nonthlv. Private rooms for families, flutiorc .! rish In season. Finest Wines, Uo,uors anj Cigars. EVENSON & COOK, - Proprietors QUICK TIME SAN FRANCISCO AND Mb fpiNTS IN CflLIFORKlR Via the Mt. Shasta Route of the jSoathern Paeifie Co. are natural to our soil and factorlfa. " j.r" i in oi.l ase mnrmltl.-s nnl wenkn republican pewsporvrs arc taKin5 an hasten to elose the gup ltWn us n. I n-r . . . , ' , . untenable poltlv AT the mcanto (x the grv. Happily solentill.r research ASTDR A WnnH YARD qt,e,Uon. and one whW ranK and XSa ' Ut1,A WUUU 1 flto of tM pay wI npiwt. The of nlWioratlnr the .llment. in ,1V ! n ft ft r..c. arKumenta u forvard are the .tm aa declinm y.-nra, and ot renewing x,,.' ' auaB.!, rrjjJu.iu1-5. Dealers In all kinds or First Class Fuel. I'ir. Vine JJapl. C-i-ince. Umba, Alder, Hemlock and Ash. Also, best via les i f Wellington, Xewtastw, 'caunol. r.nJ North Pacific Bremery JOHN KOPP.Prop. Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTfcB. All orders promptly attended to The Onlg Qut? Through CpWpr: nia to Points Ea t and Soytb. JHE SCENIC ROUTE OP. THE PACIFIC COAST.. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS -AN Portland and Astoria. Iastor 5EC0ND-PLAS? SLEEPERS Attached t . '....'' 2,7 accommodations ' for secontl- V!iS. Ass'Btant General Passeo- rreignt Agent. Portland. Or. advamt-d thirty yMrf Sfiro. liut " 'iV.'t.'!;. V n"n'' - tetter" Stoinai-it ltitter?. a x.tj,,! ..y com- U"U an . . . .t then the puruea i-f "" I nivhonirivo ivimiw i ,v " . . ti nn.i u-a th aiioriiatv orl inuuti,,iij. . IIIP lilll. v ' ...... ..V- Wlt-D.-IUK lil 11.1 f.,l,.rlt . - ..1 .i - if i.i . detnocrata BupporltiiB rrpuinuan i.t, . iwn,i'i!i. Kheumatie and n-Pbncans dererdin, demo. -'1' Zt crati'? ititcjt.. i imve uru ... " ailments or the aged. Theae are ..fre.-i far one Mid arjw'u.ft as!ti"ft IhopHn- allv cimnteraottHl by the Hitters, whlrh 1 Cl,m,Jt'rI;nJ cr.l. of Inm.n.e taxutlou. V n- r.i " J - - - :,7""'" ' """uraUvecf avo 0lfSen Canrahan dpi have iK-en 13 that of K-swell O. H.r. nlUv a.ut,-, ,.;e..r nd the J the New T'rk Tribune's writer on nn-iwiwn oi virr. ! . Co'f nr at y.uj, f.-jl cf Spraoe siicel. IA IRON WORKS, STEAMER TELEPHONE. SxM Le.ivca Astoria every evening cscec- i Sunday nt 7 p. rfi. ' '-' ff , General Machinists arfl M?r Mlfpr? Arrives at Astoria every day except IM,br dny CP" WaKCl ! an'l Marine tnjiines. Boiler worjc, Stesrn ay ve,nt oat ani Cav wi. c....-. c.vcripHcut AUde (p Order o short Kiidro. A. l. pX PresUent ami Superintendent O. a pAX"i Vice Preslden tsecretary Sunday at T a. ni. 7 , UJ " ery Work a SPeci("w- C. XV. STOVR a.. i 01 Ail DoLcrirHcut Alii ta tli - . ---.-, naiuns R A. Recley. preneral ajrent, Portland. F, Orders promptly filled, and SATISFACTION GUARATEEO. a fi. stinson & co.. ',rr- BMCSKSMITHINC iLtJt nSlES f.-.:p tu-.a fanr.ory V.'ct'.. Kgcurio ' tnp. Wasona made and repaired. Good : WW K ..... i. . 1 1 . - . Oa Can etreet. and Lowest Prices at "l"1 Slyn of h. ci ' JONTT HAHN & CO.