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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, SATURDAY JUORNLN'U, MARCH 10, 1894. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. Soived by carrier, pepr week.. 15 cts Vent by mail, per month.. 60 eta tStnt by mall, per year J7.00 WEEKLY. Sent by mall per year, 12.00 In advance. Postage tree to subscribers. The Astorlan guarantees to Its sub scribers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia liver. Advertising' rates can be obtained on explication to the business manager. This paper Is in possession of all the telegraph franchises,! and is the only paper on the Columbia river that pub lishes genuine dispatches. Tr.e Dally Astorlan's circulation is live times as great an ttiat of the com bined circulation of the other dally pa pers of Astoria.- . ... The Weekly Astorlan, the third eld est weekly in the state of Oregon, has. next to the Portland Oregonlan, the largest weekly circulation in the state. Subscribers to-the Astorlan are re quested to notify this office, without toss of time. Immediately they fail to receive their dally paper, or when they lo not get it at the usual hour. By do ing this they will enable the manage ment to place the blame on the proper larUes and to insure a speedy remedy. Handley & Haas are our Portland ti gents and copies of the Astorlan can te had every morning at their Bland tn First street. TIDB TABLE. For the Week, Beginning To-day, HKiB WATER I LOW WAUH A.M. 1M. I A.M. PM. D.ITK I bin I It llhmllt. hm7Uh I ft Bat.. 10 Sun.. 11 Mon. 12 2 3818 4 31218 5 3 01 8 50 4 401 8 6210 9 3810 7 8 54jl 6 9 20 12 2 10 02l2 8 10 4713 4 12 C10 7 2 150 4 3 25,0 0 J 50 10 8110 7 Tuo.. 13 4 35 6 2K 6 555 7 7 2015 41 113510 7 Wed. 14 ...I 0 003 8 1464 4 Thr. Fri. 151 6 3518 0 8 5715 5 16 7 628U 10 08j 0 YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Local weather for the twenty-four hours ending at 5 p. m. yesterday, fur nished by the U. B. Department of Ag riculture weather bureau. . Mamimum temperature, . 46 degrees minimum temperature, 30 degrees; pre clnltaUon. .17 inch. Total precipitation from July 1, 1893, to date, 76.62 Inches; excess of precipita tion from July 1, 1893, to date, 22.40 inches. TODAY'S WEATHER. Portland, Ore., March 9. For West em Washington and Western Oregon Occasional showers ; slight changes in temperature. For Eastern Washington and Eastern Oregon: Fair weather. Joseph Donjan, the crank who sent Vice-President Stevenson a threatening postal card, demanding 125 for expenses, under peril of doom, has been sent to what our amiable ancestors called the ... donjon keep, and there M, Donjan will be kept for some time. He Is the sort of a crank that does best when not re volvlng. It Is fortunate for the peace of the world that the emperor of Russia was engaged In the latest war between the Russians and Turks. The military ca paclty of the latter, It will be remem bered, was displayed In that combat in a very striking manner. They were at lost overwhelmed, but inflicted frightful slaughter upon the Invaders, and the lesson was so impressive that the czar has constantly since the murder of IiIh father Insisted upon peace. The kaiser suld the other day that he and the czar were princes of peace, William has not, however, been an eye-witness of the horrors of war. La Rourgogne, one uf the French lin ers, met a big wave on a recent trip westward, and the usual story Is told. "Suddenly an immense wave towered up out of the sea directly ahead of the steamship, and, without aly warning, crashed down on Uie forward deck," says the. report. "Then It started on a chose of destruction along the duck, and before those on the bridge could prepare for its coming, they were burled beneath It." That is the way to tell it. The gallunt Frenchmen say nothing about a "tidal wave." The tidal waves are kept for the passengers and repot t ers. What was the matter with La Hourgogne Is easily stated. She was kept under headway in bad weather un til, taking a plunge from one watery ridge, she struck another and ran into it tco far. Senor Prudcnte Moraes and Senor Perulra, who were recently elected president and vice president, respective ly, of the nrnzlllan republic, are both civilians, rresident-eleet Moraes being a lawyer by profession, and afc one time resident of the senate. There was no display of military interference what ever, and the slanders of the enemies cf the republlo were refuted, Drasll has. unmistakably, owned ft new era for South American republics, by showing that such a goernmeiit can be estab lished and maintained without mlHUr ism, and that no dictator is necessary. The mistake most of the Ppanlsh-Amer lean republics of Smith America have made has bn la rlevctlut purely mili tary nis-n to the chief place, d they li.ne nii'it'-l purely miliiuiy ftjivi;il;i fru'ton v ptit.Sio fflrs. The military em continent have been unlike our own, J for In the United States the civil idea has predominated over the military, and no successful general who was a professional soldier, and nothing more, has ever been elected president. All were civilian-soldiers. Grant was the only Went pointer who was ever elect ed, and the larger part of his life, after graduation, had been spent outside of the permanent military establishment and In civil pursuits. In Brazil the peo ple seem to be of different temper from the other republics south, and more like our own. They do not take kindly to dictators. The first president, Marshal Da Fonseoa, was a soldier, but martial rule Just then seemed to be needed. As soon as ho attempted to Illegally ex tend his power he was overthrown. Florlano Pelxoto, the present president was. a soldier also; but he was con stitutionally elected, and has made no attempt to usurp power or violate the constitution, although the Imperialists, who care nothing for that Instrument, have charged him with such acts. The election of a civilian administration knocks the last prop of pretense from under . Mello, Da Oama and the im perialist crew. They may as well retire now, for they are in a bad plight. RANDOM SHOTS. t It's never too late to wed. A hungry husband Is hard to coax. A husband's wrath spoils the best broth. One kind thought spoken Is worth two unsaid. It Is not what one knows, but how one tells It that determines one's ability. If Oov. Walte would like to secede all by himself, the country will be Inclined to let him. It all the devils were cast out of some people they would look like walking skeletons. Many men are more careful of the breed of their horses and dogs than of their children. A sensible husband In hand is worth a dozen heroes In dreamland or foreign titles. Boss McKane got one day's stay of sentence; now he gets a stay of six years In prison. He Is there Buch a thing as a man knowing too much? She Not If he tells It all to his wife. After knocking out the governor. Pug Mitchell and lastly the court, Corbelt ought to bo happy, Walter De usual Bteak, sah? Regu lar Customer No; I am tired tonight, Bring me a plate of hush. The avarice of the miser Is the grand Bepulcher of all his other passions us they successively decay. The census man Is going to count Chicago's population again, but New York will never believe him. Riches, remarked Uncle Eben, had wings. But dat aln' no 'scuse fo't' wor shiping ob 'em lalk dey was angels. Every man has his opinions, but In many instances he picked them up where somebody else dropped them. If a woman wants a welcome when she gets home, she should leave her husband with the baby when she goes. Occasional vacations are worth more than silver handles on a coflln that come sooner than nature Intended. Blzzy What silly story was that you were telling that gave those people the giggles? Fizzy Ono of yours. . Aunty So you have had your first meal at your new boarding house? Was It a course dinner? Little Girl Aw fully. It Is frequently the case that men 1 who are unfair and unjust, consider even a recital of the fucts to be the grossest injustice. A man engaged In selling "elixir of life" in Boston was arrested for wlfo beatlng recently. She says "elixir with in an Inch of her life." What would the newspapers do with out such women as Queen Lllluokalanl, Zella Ntcolaus, Mary Ellen Lease and Madeline Pollurd? Spatts I'm very sorry for that boy. Your scolding cut him to the quick. Bloobumper That's Impossible. He has no quick. He Is a messenger boy. She And would you marry me If I had no wealth? He Would I? Just make your money over to mo and see If I wouldn't, poor as it would leave you. 8crlbble has to keep his verses travel ing from one magazine publisher to an other, and yet he will have It that they are real poetry. Maybe they're the poe try, of motion. Tommy What Is the meaning of the word street-cleaner, pop? Tommy's Pop It is practically an obsolete word, my boy, and there appears to be no longer any occasion for its use. Willie Wilt You aw don't seem to have observed that I have grown a mustache. Miss Perte Oh, yes. 1 have. Mr. Wilt. I am more observing than most people, you know. NOTICE OK ADMINISTRATION.. Notice Is hereby given that the un- dernlgned has been this day appointed the administrator of the estate o( A. K. Harrow, deceased, by the county court of Clatsop county, Oregon. All parties having cl.tlnis uuluttt said estate moot pi-esent th same, duly Vetllled, to the undersigned, at the ol!U of Fulton Jlros.. attorneys. In Astoria. CU'sop county, Gievi, tiitbia six iiuntU frtm S. II. AVE JOURNALISM IN 1800. Prof. C. H. Levermore recently deliv ered a most Interesting, lecture In New York on "Journalism During the First Half of the Present Century." The lec turer's remarks were, of cojrse, direct ed particularly to the changes In New York city itself. He told of the condi tion of Journalism in 1800, and recalled the histories of such newspapers as the Commercial Advertiser, Courier and En quirer and Journal of Commerce, and said that In those days Col. Webb, a local newspaper proprietor and editor, labored under the Impression that the sword, pistol and cane were mightier than the pen. Col. Webb; he said, often assaulted people, and then told the stories of the assault In the columns of his own newspaper. He also told of the great rivalry ex isting between the editors of the varl oun papers, and told the story of how one proprietor, to get ahead of bis riv als, had fast-sailing schooners to meet Incoming vessels and get the latest sea and foreign news from them In advance of all the other dailies. Then he told of the Introduction of the pony express. In short, Mr. Levermore drew compari sons of the newspapers of 60 years ago and the great dallies of today. In speak ing of one renowned editor, he said that gentleman had said that newspa pers should be dally reflections of the world, as It really was, and that editors and reporters should be wedded to the profession, as doctors and lawyers are wedded to theirs. Skidds I Buppose It Is all right to call a spade a spade, but Skadds But what? Skidds (with a sad remembrance of having tried to beat a flUBh with two small pair the night before) A man is a blooming chump to call five of them. FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR. To J. W. Conn, Esq. Dear Sir: We, the undersigned, hereby request that you allow your name to be used as a candidate for the otlice or School Dl rector, of School District No. 1, of, the City of Astoria, county of Clatsop, urd State of Oregon, at the election to be held on Monday, the 12th day of March. 1894. P. A. Stokes, A. L. Fulton, D. Campbell, R. N. Carnahun, J. E. Hlggins, Ceo. Noe, W. J. Scully, A. Montgomery, Isaac Bergman, J. T. Hay, F. W. Keen, P. J. Goodman, J. B. Wyatt, B. F. Packard, O. B. Estes, L. Lebeck, C. P. Upshur, John Bryce, Herman Wise, 11. It. Hawes, H. F. Allen, N. Clinton, . F. R. Stokes, A. Hildebrand, Chas. Hellborn, O. F. Hellborn, P. S. Cook, Wm. Pohl, L. K. Sellg, A. A. Cleveland, O. W. Dunbar, John Kopp, John E. Gratke. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world foi cuts, bruises, sores, plcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, cnupped hands, chilblains, corns, and ull skin eruptions, and positive ly cures plies, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents oer box. for sale by Chas. Rogers, av.! 'Hissor to J. C. Dement. A SUXIE CURB FOR PILES. Itching Tiles a.e known by moisture like perttplratlon, causing Intense ltolilng when warm. This form, an well as Blind, PleedlnR or Protruding, yield at once to Pr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acta directly on the parts affected, absorbs tumors, allays itching and effects a permanent cure. GOu. PriiKKlst r mall. Circulars free. Pr. Bosanko, 329 Arch street, Philadelphia. Pa. Suld by J. W. Conn. ATHLETES OK THE PRESENT DAT. ..-..-ff"'4 J. E. Sullivan, secretary of the Ama teur Athletic Union, President of the Pastime Athletla Club, and Athletic Editor of The Sporting Times, writes: "For years I have been actively con nected with athletic sports. I ulvvays found It to my advantage to use All cock's Porous Plasters while In train ing, an they quickly remove soreness and stiffness; and when attacked with any kind of pains, the result of alight colds, I always lined Alleock'a with beneficial results. I have noticed that most athletes of the present day use nothing elHe but Alleock'a Plasters.'' LIKE OR DEATH? It Is of vital Importance that It Ehould be understood by persons whose kid neys are inactive, that this condition of things is tlnilty Inductive of a state of the organs where life bangs in the bal ance, liright's disease, diabetes, albu minuria are all diseases of a very ob stinate character In their mature stage, and lal have a fatal tendency. They often baffle the most practised medical skill, and tho most approved remedies of materia medlcti. Hut opposed nt the outset that Is to say, when the kidneys begin to discharge their functions inac tively with lUistetter's Stomach Bit ters, the dangerous tendency in checked. Very useful, also. Is this household medicine for those aliments of common occurrence constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia and nervousness. It Is a safe guard against malaria nnd averts enroll rheumatism. SHERIFF'S SALE. In the Circuit. Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Clatsop. Rose U. Jackson, Plaintiff, vs. J. J. Kinney, Defendant. By virtue of an execution and order of Balo Issued out of and under the seal of the above-entitled Court, in the above-cntlUed cause, on the 21st day of February, 1MM, and to me directed, upon a decree of foreclosure and Judg ment rendered therein, on the 23rd diy of December, 1S!)3, In favor of the above named platntiir, und against the above named defendant for tfie sum of $3S8.;5, and the costs and disbursements of this action, taxed at $16.80, and notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday, the 3rd day of April, lSs4, at the hour of JO o'clock a. m., of said day, In front of the County Court House door. In the City of ARtorla, In said County and State, I shall proceed to sell all the right, title, claim and Interest of the above-named defendant In and to the following described real estate, to-wlt: Lots numbered ftve CK thirteen (13) and fourteen U), In block numbered one hundred ami sixty-two (IS-'), in the town, now City, of Astoria, as laid out and recorded by John McClur. and ex tended by Cyrus Olney, and situated in Olutwip County, Oregon, or to much thereof as shall be suttk-lent to satisfy the ssld sum of $;S$6.25. and the costs and disbursements taxed at J1S.S0. and ncenilng costs of this suit, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash In hand, In United States gold coin, at l line or sale. 11. A. SMITH. Sitvi iu of Clatsop t 'ounty. urvK"n. Paled Astoria, Ore., March 1st. rfHGifi LIKE 1 i cunvT-a pvnFifM totally tinlike unj ltii ntherlilnotlnieiliuiiie. ItcmeftiseatH:sot " the blooii and skiu by removing the poison, anil at the same time snpiilics Koi1,1khUo tlic wanted parts. Don't to iniposeil on by sulistir .... .. ... u tit Im mst as eood, It aS? IflTKEWOBLD wonderful eureii.or reliovuU so uiucn Buttering. ii jf.. 1.1 A ...na t.n.llv nnfennftfl l.-.St VOSf. wllH't jot my wliolo uyutuni out of order tlineaRcd and i constant sourcs of suffering, no aiMjetltesnd no enjoyment of lUe. two uouies 01 if;rif a armight 1110 rinht out. There la no ISgfgj&kl letter remedy for blood diseases. , Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed frea SWIFT Sl'ECIFIC CO., Atlanta. Ga. appetite, nd health (,'ottolene prtlolene Jottolene JJottolene Cuttolena Cottolene 'Cottolene Cottolene Cottolene Cottolena To assure both the above ends, good, wholesome, palatable food is J demanded. It is next to impossible Vn to present a sufficient variety of appe- ;en tizing bills of fare for our meals with- f'JJJ out a liberal allowance of pastry and , other food in which shortening is required. How to make crisp, ?J healthful; digestible pastry has I puzzled the cooks. A difficulty in all good cooking in the past lias been )"0 lard.. Always lichlc, never uniform, )cn most unwholesome lard has always b" been the bane of the cook and the V obstacle to "good digestion." ) cue CouolcneiCottolenc jCotiulene jCottolene ,Coltoleno Cottolene jCottolene pntolenc Coliolcne Cottolen ;on Coitolcne Coltolene Cottolene Cottolene Cottojena Cottolene Cottolene Cottolene Cottnlen Cntlolcno Cm Cot Col comes now into popular 1 Cot, Cot, favor as the new shorten insr better than even the Cot Cot Cot Cot Cot Cot Cot Cot Cot Cot Cot Col Col Col Col Col . best of lard with none of , lard's objectionable quali ties. And B t conies attended by both APPETITE Al.'D HEALTH." Grocers sell it all about. REFUSE ALL BU03TITUTE3. Cotolene Cottolene Cottolene Cellules Collolei.o Cotolene Cottolene Cottolene Cottolene iLottolcna Made only by cene rene cene ?cnc Pcne N. K. FAIRBANK A CO., ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO, NEW YORK, BOSTON. Theso tiny Capsules arc superior 5 to Ualsaru' of lopalua, Cubebs and Injcctiona (ffjn !Thcy euro in 48 hours tho samo d!3cosc3 without anylncoa 3 YCnJenca SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS THE BEST BREAD MAN In this city Is A. A. CLEVELAND, the baker. He kneads good bread for all who need good bread, and "takes the cake" for making the choicest confec tionery. Whenever you are not busy, and feel Inclined for a loaf, don't forget to call on CLEVELAND, at the Oreson Bakery. STAMPS Have changed colors very frequently of late; but our competitors change colors every time they see our work. AVe make wagons, shoe horses and do all kinds of general BLACKSniTHINQ Perhaps you know this already. Cer tainly you do, If you have ever; em ployed us. (J. A. Stinson & Co. pop Yoap Stomach's Sake! You often need a little wine, and should never be without It in the house. But be sure that it Is good; bad wine might Injure your stomach, and cer tainly cannot improve it. Good liquor dealers have good custom ers and keep good wine. They can't afford to sell any other kind. We claim that ours is the best store In Astoria for every brand of wine, from champagne down to sweet Catawba. HUGHES & GO. RAXES AND THINGS. The little warm raj s of sunshine, drop, pins in a little earlier these mornings, as the season advances, plainly say, "Get ready, for folks will soon be want ing garden things!" So we ARE get tins ready our hoes, rakes, spades, etc., etc., for your coming. Never mind the prices they'll be as little as anybody's, almost surely smaller. J. H. WYATT, Hardware Dealer. C. P. UPSHUR, Shippings Commission Astoria, Qreaon. ASTORIA WOOD YARD D. 4 D. Caapbell, Proprietors. Dealers In all kinds of First Class Fuel. Fli Vine Maple, Spruce Limbs, Alder,! Hemlock and Ash. Al?o, IokI tia lei f Wellington, Newcastle, Cannel, mJ Cuml.erlnml ci.nl. sturw, ui- at yard, foot of Spruce street, j Or'iors prui.pj i..'a. an3 t SATISFACTION CUAKATKEO, ' i cm appetite, . And health on both." i 1095 Meals are needed to give one's family a year's growth. So much time is spent in the dining-room that It ought to be the brightest spot In the house. The handsome Dining Tables do not cost as much as a plain kitchen table cost a few years ago. Come and see those we are selling for $6. CHAS. HEILHOHN & SON A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits, Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Cass and Squemoque Streets. Astoria. Ore. 4 EVKRY REQUISITE TOR : first Class Funerals : -AT- POtfb-'S Undertaking Parlors, THIRD STREET. Rates Reasonable. Embalminc a Specialty. JVIusic Hall -:- 3)4 First Street, Astoria, Or, H. CHR1STENSEN. Prop. A FREE CONCERT every night beglnnlnff at 8 o'clock. Good music. The best of wines, liquors and cigars always on hand. Noe & Scully, Dealers In Stoves, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware. Sole Agents for MAGEE STOVES AND RANGES. Jobbing a Specialty. 431 Second Street, Astoria, Or. Washington JYIeat Market. Corner Second and M.iln Streets. Wholesale and Retail Butchers : and : Packers. Steamboats, Ships and Mills supplied on short notice. Families supplied promptly at the lowest rates. CHRISTJINSEN Ik CO., - Props. 0GCIDEJ1T HOTEL Is the Best of Its Class On the Pacific Coast. THE flfl UNEXCELLED TABLE. Rates, $1 daily and upwards. J. A. PASTABEND, GENERAL CONTRACTOR. Pile Driving, louse, Bridge and WHARF BUILDER. Address, box 180, postoffice' ASTORIA, ORE. ROSS HIGGINS & CO. Grocers, : and : Butchers Astoria and Upper Astoria. Fine Teas and Coffees, Table Delicacies, Domestic and Tropical Fruits, Vegetables, Sugar Cured Hams, Bacon, Ftc. Choice - Fresh and - Salt Meats. The FastMail Jioute. PUTS YOU in Chicago Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and all Eastern Points -. 24 to 36 Honrs Ahead X Of Any Other Line. Pullman and Tourlat Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars, Cln. Ing Cars are run daily v!n tho Union Pacific Flyor leaving Fort land at 7:00 p. m. Astoria to San Francisco. OCEAN STEAMERS SAILING DATES. Columbia, Monday, March ;. State. Saturday, March 10, Cotumtla, Thursday. March 15. State. TuesJay. March an. Columbia, Sunday, March 25. State, Friday. March jo. Astoria and Portland Steamers. Steamer R. R. Thomrson leaves As- .uriaui .ua.in., aany except Sunday, t ;.(, nine ui ine river; re- luimiiB, leaves rorijaud at 8 n m daily, except Saturday. The Tliomrv sou makes landinirs on both sides of the river above Waterford, on both ud and down trlpa. S. II. H. CLARK, OL1VEH MINK. K. KLLKRY ANDERSON. JOH.V W. DO AXE, KREDEKIC K. COUDERT. Keeelvers. For rates and general Information call G. tV. LOrXSEERRT. Ajer.t, Astoria. Or W. H. HL'KLliLRT. ' Ast. Gen. ras. Apt.. Portland. Or. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. AMERICA'S Greatest Trans Continental Railway System, FROJVI OCEAN TO OCEAN Palace Dining Room and Sleeping Cars. Luxurious Dining Cars. Elegant Day Coaches. ALSO Observation Cars, allowing Unbroken Vieuus of the Wonderful JVIountaln Country. $5,00 and $10.00 Saved on all tickets east. Tourist cars the best on wheels. Equipments of the very finest throughout. ALSO CANADIAN PACIFIC ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE To China and Japan. Empress of India lujaves Vancouver February 5. Empress of China leaves Vancouver March 5. Empress of India leaves Vancouver April 2. AUSTRALIAN STEAMER SERVICE Leav2s Feb. 10 and March lft for Honolulu and Australian ports. For ticket rates and Information, call on or address, JAS. FINLATSON. Agt, Astoria, Or. A. B. Calder, Traveling Pass. Agt.. Tucoma, Wash., Geo. JIcL. Brown, Dlst. Pass. Agt., Vancouver, B. C. GtflCAGO, IKIIiWailKEE Mi ST. PAUli RAILWAY Connecting with All Transcontinenta Lines is the Only Line running EliECTIC - IiIGJMTED - CflrS BETWEEN St Paul and Chicago. AND Omaha and Chicago. The Express Trains consists of VestibuleJ, Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars, HEATED 13 Y STEAM, . And furnished with Every Luxury known in moder railway travel. For SPEED, COMFORT and SAFETY This Line is Unequaled. Tickets on sale at ail prominent railway offices. For further Information Inquire of any ticket agent, C. J. EDDY, General Agent. J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agt. - PORTLAND, OREGON. QUICK TIME -TO- SAH FRANCISCO . AND filiL POINTS ty CALIFORNIA Via the Mt. Shasta Route of th Southern Paeifie Co. The Only Route Through Califor nia to Points East and South. THE SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAST PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS AND SECOND-CLASS SLEEPERS Attached to express trains, affording superior accommodations for second class passengers. For rates, tickets, sleeping car reser vations, etc., call on or address E. P. ROGERS, Assistant General Passen ger and Freight Agent, Portland. Or. ASTORIA IRON -WORKS, Conconlj St., foot of Jackson. Astoria. General Machinists and Boilpr Maker? land apd Marine Engines, Boiler work. Steaji? boat and Cannery Work Specialty. Castings of All Descriptions Made to Orjer oa Short h'otlca. John Fox. President and Buporlntendent A. L. Fox vice President O- C Prael Secretary BOOTS and SHOES The Largest Stock, Best Quality and Lowest Prices at The Sign al &lun 5hee. JONN HAHN & CO.