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THE DAILY AST0R1AN. ASTORIA, SflURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1895.
Suits to-measure, $35' 1HE only way to Ot a roan la to first find out jut what kind of a man you have to flt-that'i Just what we do-take your measure exact and cut the suit for you and It must fit. or we'll keep 'em. tailoring exclusively. 'chas. Mcdonald, The Tailor. 523 Commercial Street Few flen Would Ask for a Finer Dinner than those w serve. We're trying In " every way to make them the most en i..m'. in iiwn. All the "arood things" of the season-cooked by our excellent cook In the most delicious style. Perfect crvlce. v If you Invite a friend to the Palace Restaurant the place Is a, sufficient guar antee that be will receive a good meal. The Palaee Restaurant ASTORIA - MATTf?ESS - FflCTOHV, Jt73 Commercial Street. ' Manufacturers of every description of Lounffes, Mattresses, eto. REPAIRING IN ALL. IT8 BRANCHES The Resort On O lerciiil street, is the plaoe where the b'eiineseman and the laboring man go for what ia culled "BEST UN THE COAST," or a nioe cool drink of tbe celebrated GambrinuB beer. Sand wiches of every kind made to order, and an elegant free lunch served every day. You are welcome. Grosbauer & Brach. . m Iron V . -30 Works, . General machinist and Boiler Works. . All kinds of Cannery, Ship, Steamboat and Engine Work of any Description. Castings of all kinds made to order. . Foot of Lafayette St., Astoria, Or. After (Deals 1 Or nt any other time when you wish a good v ci(jar ask for the well known, bome-mado, : ' . hand made, white labor ' cigar . "La Delle Astoria." . Conceded by all smokers to be tbe bent cigar manufactured. W. F. SCHIEBE, . ' . .71 Nintf? Street, .,'..'. Astoria, Oregon. FOARD & STOKES GO. - DEALERS IM Picnic Canned Goods, Tents, Camp Stoves, Cf iv p Cooking Utensils, Baskets, And the latest All-Wool Sleeping Bags At all prices. Just the thing for camp ers, prospectors, etc. Sure to keep warm at nights. Better than blankets. All the paten: meuialnes advertised In this paper, together with the choic est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc., ran be bought at tne lowest prices at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Oc cident Hotel, Alorla, Japanese Bazaar SINO LUNG. Prop. Ladies' and Children's ha's and duck euits. Ladies' and Gentlemen's underwear made to order. Lowest prices in Astoria. 417 Bond Street, next door to Mouler't Fruit Store. ENGRAVER ! r Saals Steel Dies, Wood & Metal. Society Callinn Cards and An nouncements Engraved and Printed. W. G. SMITH, W Morr'non St., I'ortland Or. MAKE Attractive. Start by being the tiVvmcj most beautilul csrattire in itv nUilfci If vou bare beanty preserve It. If not, yon cam improve your looks immeusei v. v nere meres a mil mere s way. A good way is the use of my articles, especially Lola Jloirtez Greene 75o per pot. Brings beauty to the face by feed ing through tbe akin pore, (rivet life to faded faces. Sold by Mm I K. BLOUNT, 457 Dnane St. As toria, Oregon. MrsJNettis Har- irisou. America I "U2a (iau-KV (beauty doctor, 0 an J 42 Geary St., Kan Francisco, Cal. JUST Our Pall Stock OF- jjf. Saxony, $ Spanisf? AND German Yarns. I filbert . Danbar 1 SB The Most Perfect Pitting ft jg Corsets Are the JP. N. JajW-i'PlW $1 ft r?T J ! tWV3E JR YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. ' Local weather for the twoney-four hours endlrg at S p. m. yesterday, furnished by the United States department of agri culture weather bureau: Maximum temperature, 77 degrees. Minimum temperature, SI degrees. Precipitation, none. Total precipitation from September 1st, 1894, to date, 70.06 Inches. Excess of precipitation from September 1st, 1894, to date, 4.67 Inches BUSINESS LOCALS. Try Smith's Ice cream. Gat your milk of Reltli & Wilson. Fresh candles every morning at Smith's. Sweet cream at Smith's 20 cents pint. Fresh candles every hour at the Bon bonniere. Tennis shoes at Copland & Thorsen's new shoe store. Bottle of Cambrlnus beer and sandwich, 15 cents, at Jos. Terp'a. ( Misses and Children's tan Oxfords at Oopelnnd & Thorsen's. Curling toons, 6 cents each, at the Este8-Craln Drug Store. Best Ice cream and ice cream soda in the city at the Bonbonnlere. Tan button shoes for Mlses and Chil drsa at Copland & Thomson's. THE SAME PLACE-118 12th street Is the place to buy fresh fish every day. Meany is the leading tailor and pays the hlghvat iaah price for fur skins. The Astoriian will hereafter be found on eaJe at McGwire's Hotel at Seaside. Our milk la guaranteed strictly pure and fresh from the cow dally. Re-itU & Wilson. GRAEFH & PLANK No. 628 Commer cial street, will repair your clothes for little money. Try them. WORLD'S FAIR SALOON-Keeps the finest lino of liquors and cigars In tha city. Call and sample them. If your watch don't run, call at 574 Commercial street, across from Shana han Bro.' and have It repaired. DON'T FORGET That at Nos. 214 and 216 Tenth street is the place to have your horse shod and repair work done. Smith's ice cream Is unequalled . Ice cream soda a specialty. Private par lors for ladles. Commercial street. A nice line of fresh fish and a fine stock of spring chickens and other poultry at Pat Lawler's, -674 Commercial street. PLEASE STOP, As you pass by Mat. Stroll's second-hand store, on Commer cial street, and learn prices on his stock If ydu want a delightful shave or a fashionable hair cut, go to the Palace Barber Shop, J. B. Hutohlns, propr.etor 1 WAH SING & CO.-Merchant tailors, 620 Commercial street, cheaper than you can buy ready made. New stock com plete; Are yuu going to the seashore? If so, you shou'.d call at the Etites-Cratn Drug Store and buy one of tins new style Bathing Caps. Water melons! Water melons! Water melons! A carload received yesterday will 1e sold cheap today at Pat Lawler's, 574 Commercial. Trade faith Fourd & Stokes Co., deal ers la Groceries, Hardware, Croekery, provisions, flour, fruits and vegetables They wiil surely -please you. Perfect cleanliness and modern con venience are the adjuncts of all well' regulated foatih rooms. You will find them ait the Palace. J. B. Hutiftins, ro prletor. Hunger ia a very disagreeable aensa tlon. There is a place in this town where you can satisfy 'its demands wiuh the cieanvat and best 2o cent meal you ever ate. Thrat place la Joe Terp's. If you are going to Ilwaoo Sunday on the North Pacific, you will have to buy your ticket Saturday to get the benefit of the 50 cent round trip rate.' Steamer leaves O. R. and N. dock at I a. m. No butter milk was ever brought to Astoria 'than is fumlrthed for five oents a quart by Keith A Wilson, and de livered In a clean and tlghlrly closed glass bottle at your door every morn ing. x What brings people back to the Asto ria WooJ Yard after they have sounded ths possibilities everywhere elaeT May be it's One thing, and May be It's another. But the fact remains back they come. And of course ha Astoria Wood Yard Is jroud of It. business men of Astoria visiting Port land have for year been acoustomed to take their mid-day lunch at the "Gem." The ' Ccm" Js now located at 73 Third street, next door tx the Alns .worth Bank. Jq. E. Penny. ABOUND TOWN. Tickets for the regatta ball are out. Who was It that said th? streets look clean? Workmen are busy lathing the Interior of the Fisher theater. We won't do a thing but dance at the Regatta. Ball. A band of 28 pieces! "oh, my! The Telephone did not leave for the bridge until 5 o'clock yesterday after noon. . j W. L. Enqulst, of JPillar Rock, and S. A. Cobbles, ot Nehalem, Are registered at t'he Aster. Judge Abercrombl had another easy day In the Jusilce court yesterday, not a case being heard. James Christie took th place of Officer Thompson last night. The latter was ab sent from the city. J. W. Calyer and wtTe"and Mrs. Capt. Core, of the transfer boat Kalama, are In the city etopplr.g at the Parksr. Some one remarked yesterday that Cap tain Eben Parker was purchasing dry goods. It must have been a Joke. Judge J. Q. A. Bowlby and Attorney C. R. Thomson arrived1 from Portland on tin? Gatzert yesterday morning. At the special meeting of the W. C. T. U. last Monday, an adjournment until Thursday, August 29th, was taken. Whipple's Palac? Cafe is being e.-Jarg-ed and when completed will be one ot the handsomest eating houses in the state. MarriedIni this city, Tuesday evening, August 13, 1395, by Rev. J. McCormac, Mr. Frank Qstonan an(j jjiss Mary Ti hililia. Rob rt Carruthers Is reported to have lost 100 cords cf wood by fire Tuesday night. The wood was plied up near the pipe line. A man whoso name could not be learn ed had his hand badly cut In the machin ery while Working at the Clatsop Mills yestwday. The boy In the easUrn part of town Is full of scows, many of them having came from the fishing grounds during the past few days. A large numbr of people left last evening on the steamers Uwyer and Queen to attend the ball at Ilwaco. The Finnish band aeoompjnied the parly. Albert Ross, who ha3 ben employed durli. the season, as engineer of the steamer Eilii'h, is in town again, the steamer having been laid up for the win ter. Mr. F. J. McHenry, state deputy head consul of the Woodmen of the World, for Oregon and Washington, Is In the city and will organize a lodge of this grand order in Astoria next Saturday. The fine appearance of No, S's n. w team as they were upon the street yesterday and the favorable mention the nags re ceived by bystandvrs was enough to makj the numbers of the company feel prjud. Sever il Astorlans who arrived from Portland yesterday say that the smoke which h is hung over thi3 city for the past few days is as nothing compared to the smoky appearance of the metropolis. Bids for the building of the new Tallant residence wen opened in the olllce of Architect Ferguson yesterday. The con tract was not let and the matter was tak en under consideration for s.veral days jet. The 'b!g dipper and uhe North Star were moat plainly vlsihi.- last night, vni the clear state of the atmosphere, per haps Induced by Astoria's clean streets, was most agr&uble after the rmjk-j ot the lust few days. Astoria horses are not scared very eas ily. During the working o'f the fire en gine -on one of the prlnclpil tnoioiiith farea yesti.rday but one horse was no ticed to appear frightened, and that an imal belonged to Upper Astoria. The little son ot J. P. Ryan1, of Wallus kl, had the misfortune yesterday to break his arm by falling from a wagon. He was brought to town by his father yes terday afternoon ami taken to the olllce of Dr. J. A. Fultonv who attended him. Architect Ferguson was busy for sev eral hours yesterday afternon flphting u. larye brush lire that for a time thrat eptd the destruction of his barn and fences. It was hard work for a while but he succeeded 1:J warding oft the danger. Through tho courtesy of Foreman F. P. Lv'inouweber, of No. J'fl, the engine was lak.'n out yesterday afternoon and sever al of the stree.s thoroughly dampened. It not or.Oy luyed the dust, but was a great help to thcie sweeping the streets. .Mr. Hammond has developed as a bik. rider and might have been seen yes terday evening, contrary to his mentor's advice, coasting down the hills. Il Is to be hoped that toe will be very careful of himself, at least until after th? raiLoad Is bultt. - Mr. "J. Fol'toui ha opened up on Bond street, near the Casino, oj photograph gal It ry and a boot and shoe store. It makes a funny combination, but the proprietor Is doing well and intends coon to enlarge hu establishment. Mr. Fortoa Is from Walla Walla. The gold medals for the rejatcv races were r.celved yesterday by Jeweler Sey mour and are on exhibition at his place of business. Thi y are beauties and will be awarded the winners of the single pcull, swimming lOf yard dash, and boys' races. The Attorlan has on sale at Its business office 2000 copies of the Issue of January first containing. ths complete article by the celebrated engineer, A. A Schenck, on the advantages ot the, harbor of Asto ria as a port cf shipment of the grain of the Inland empire. Jofin Star hs.1 betv appointed ppftfal police officer for Unlontownv The dis trict has for a long time been without An Immense Assortment of NEW CLOTHING! Styles Way Up HERMAN WISE, The Reliable Clothier and Hatter. proper police protection and the selection of Mr. Stark, which Is a good one, will be gratifying news to re3l;l-:nts of that portion of town. Mr. Stark began' his duties Tuesday evening. A number of complaints have been made recently from subscribers living in the residence portion of the city, that the Astorlain has been missing from Its ac customed place for several weeks. Mr. J. A. Ramnels, the route agent, offers a re word of ten dollars for Information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of anyone stealing the paper. The fishing business in the saloons Is good. Crowds are nightly congregating In the various resorts and the money earned In fishing, is being gathered in by other kinds of fishermen. With the mijslc of Mendellsohn Wedding March Is Join ed the clinking of chips and beer glasses, and it would seem that foolish man never learns a lesson from experk-ice. A man under the influence of liquor fell asleep last evening on the sidewalk on Exchange street, near LIddlcoat & Crlbb's canpenter shop. He was 'lying near t'he edge of the walk and in some manner rolled off and into the waiter, which was quite high at the time. Aside from a drenching the bath did him good, and he walked away thoMUgtily sobered. During the past few days work on the now reservoir has been stopped and Con tractor Behm's force of men compelled to fight forest fires along th? pipe- line, which threatened to burn, the bridges. The grubbing r.d clearing of the pipe line Is completed to the head works. Th? work of ditching and laying the wooden pipe Is being pushed forward rapidly. Steady progress Is being made on th tunnel. Repairs to t'he crustier v 111 be completed today and work of concreting the reservoir will be Mumed. A somewhat singular circumstance hap pened to Captain Haliock yesterday. About noon a drunken m'.an. was creating a disturbance in front of the Crosby hardware store, when the officer placed Mm under arrest. The man grabbed the captain's watch chain, giving It a severe Jerk and tearing th? watch ring from oft the watch. After locking his prisoner up, Mr. Haliock went to Seymur's Jew elry store for the purpose of having a i.ew ring put on the watch. The Jeweler picked up a ring that was laying cn 'his table and with the remark, "I wonder It It will fit?" snapped It on the watch. II surprised the captain wonderfully at tha time, but wh;n Mr. Seymour told him that he had Just found the watch ring In front of Crosby's, the officer easily un derstood why It happened to be such a good fit. The Daily 4torian positively guaran tees to adiertisert a larger City circulation than all other papers published in Astoria combined. THE TIME NOW LIMITED, Take the opportunity while you have the chance. Dr. Leweaburg, the eye spe cialist, leaves Astoria on Saturday even ing. If you have not consulted hlra yet about your eyes, you should do so at cnee. No charge for examination. Tite people of Astoria are warned that Dr. Lewenburg has no one going about selling glasses for him; his business be ing done only at the TIghe Hotel, Will you be atta, Astoria's Regatta? If so, you should getta, A Suit and Hatta, From HERMAN WISE, The Reliable Clothier and Hatter. . T0AOHHU3' EXAMINATION. The regular quarterly examination of applicants for certificates to teach In the public schools of Clatsop County, Oregon, will be held beginning at 1 o'eCock p. m. Wednesday, August 14, 1895, at McClure'a (Court Street) school house, AstorKi, Oregon, and continuing three days. Examination for state diploma will be held Saturday, August 17, beginning at t a. m. H. S. LYMAN, School Supt., Clatsop Co., Oregon. NOTICE. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Odd Fellows' Land and Building Association wjll be held at Odd Fellows' Hall on Thursday, August VI, at I o'clock p. hi. By order of the President. A. J. MEGLER. Secretary. FCRNISHED ROOMS WITH BOARD. A well-furnished sul'e of roans, with use of parlor, and, if desired, g"od tabls board, at reasonable rates. 403 Du ant atrt eoroar ef Ninth. JUST RECEIVED! FROM BOISE. Prominent Idaho Men Visit Astoria. Few In Western Oregoni realize the ex tent and amount of business in Idaho. Yesterday two representative business men of Eoise paid a visit to Astoria, Thvy were Calvin Cobb, proprietor of Uie Idaho Statesman', and J. W. Cum mlnss, proprietor of the aleccrie light works. Mr. Cobb states that the farmers oi Boise Valley, which Is a very texte.-elve ok;, and the Snake Rivar Valley, ore running more to orchards than to grain. All of the land Is Irrigated, but the finest crops In t'he Interior are raised there. Irrigation facilities are increasing each year and the country is rapidly growing. Mr. Cunningbaim, who is ex-United States assayer and now proprietor of the electric light works ,of Boise, says that quartz mining for gold is on the Increase and that placer miners are? earning good wages. The increase in gold dust has been nearly 50 "per cent this year. Last year $1,200,000 of gold bullion was pur chased in Boise It having a governmont assay office. v Stock raising in the valley is carried on very prosperously. The population of iBoise is now 6,000 and it has good schools, churches, hospitals, and public buildings. One unique feature is a system of hot artesian water. Nat ural hot water Is used for hea'ing pri vate houses and lni t'he bath rooms. Messrs Cobb and Cunningham returned to Portland last night, having fpent sev eral days at the beaches, and will go from Portland oiv a trip ov?r the Oregoni Pacific road. They are of the opinion that Boise will be t'he eastern terminus of Mr. Hammond's Oregon Central road, and want to sec what It looks like. The Daily Astorian positively guaran tees to advertisers a larger City and Countu circulation than all other papers published in Astoria combined, HOTEL ARRIVALS. ASTOR HOUSE. G Eelschman, Ch- nook. " A Relschman, Mt. Angel. i J Desdemo'ia., Knap ton. F Paarsoa, City. W H .Maple, Ptiar.d W S Hyde, Portland W S Clark, Ptland J E Paytm, Red lands, Cal. Mr9 K A Mason, Cape Horn. " Fred Blaisdeil, City Pu t Ragan, Portland I M Terwilllg?r, Ptlu G Hlskethler and wt Portland. Mrs E G Smith, Ptld VV L Enqulst and wt Pillar Rock. L A Cobles, Nehlm Dan Nickles, City. Amadou, Port,nd Henry Tohl Nehalmi A H Grlswold, Cirl- ton, Wash. j Thos McQlashen, Klaskanlne. J Jensen, City. C Byrne, City. Chas Fredrickson, Bridal Vale. Wm Clark, City. W H Franklin, Sher idan. A Desdemoiia Kra.p ton. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Office of J. E. Ferguson, Architect, No. 1S1 EUventlh Street, Astoria, Or. Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 2 o'clock p. m. on Wednes day, the Ht'h day of August, 1S95, for fur nishing the materials and lubor for the completion and delivery of a frame dwel ling for Mr. E. W. Tallant, to be situated on Lot No. 11, of Block No. 16, In Shive ly's Astoria, Oregon. The plans, specifications and alt neces sary information can be obtained at tthls office. . The right is res-:rved to reject any and ail bids, and to waive any defects. J. E. FERGUSON, Architect. The Worlds Fair Tests showed no hazing powder so pure or grout in leav caing power as ths Hoy at. PIANO TUNING. For piano tuning, please leave orders at Griffin & Reed's book store. Commer cial street, or address Th. Frederikson, Piano Tuner, 2071 Bond street. Telephone No. 24. Will you be atta, Astoria's Regatta t If so you uhould gotta, A Suit and Hatta, From HERMAN WISE, The Reliable Clothier and Hatter. ACREAGE FOR SALE CHEAP. Ten acres In Summit Addition to Asto ria for. sale at an extremely raw figure, In view of all our railroad prospects. Will make terms to suit purchaser. Address R. UddeJl, Astoria, Oregon. THE KIMBALL WINS AGAIN. That elesrant JX0 uprirtt grand rose wood. Kimbail -with hand-carved panels, which everyone has. admired s much. wis sold today, and two morn moderate priced Kimballs have been sold since l .st reports. The great popularity cf the Kimball in Astoria Is unabated. They are known and appreciated by our musl cians. Hence their unprecedented sale. The llailu Astorian positively guaran tees to adierdsers a latger City, County and State circulation than all other papers published in Astoria combined. FOR SALE-GREAT BARGAIN AT GEARHART PARK. Two of this very best lots to be sold at auction for cash to the highest bidder, Friday, Augusi itj, between aU and 11 o'clock a. m., at Georhart Park. Lots 12 and 21, Block 10, near the "Cut- birth Cottage," lots valued at $250.00 each. If you cannot be present, send bids to R. N. Wright, Gearhart Park. A TWISTER. A twister in twisting May twist him a twist, For In twisting a twist Three twists make a twist; But if one of the twists Untwists from the twist, The twist untwisting Untiwists the twist. That 19, when it's twisted with any other twine than MARSHALL'S. NOTICE. I will give the parties t'hat today took a pocketbook containing money from my photograph gallery twenty-four 'hours from date of this notice to i-etun the same. They are known to me, and can avoid trouble by ta'kir.ej this hint. J. 11. 3RATT. August 14, 1S05. MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY. Buy a piano from a manufacturer who warrants his own instruments and not from one who won't warrant his own goods, but depends on a locil agent to warrar.it them for "him. Every Kimball piano is backed by the Kimball Com pany's five years' written guaranty. JOIN THE WOODMEN. Join the Woodmen of t'iie Worid. Char ter fee, each person, S3.00, which abso lutely includes al lexpenses. Oranize Saturday night next,. August 17. This order never had over thirteen arrers ments in on? year. Match that record. TAKEN. Boat No. 88 from the Cutting Packing Co.'s net rack wh irf marly Wedies.U morning. If found please notify Cut ting Packing Co. and receive reward. CUTTING PACKING CO. GRAND BALL AND CONCERT. Th event of the season will be the grand concert and ball at Fisher's Hall, August 20, under the auspices of the Forresters of 'this city. Parson's orches tra of twelve pieces will furnish the music. Tickets, $1. PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. E. G. Smith, ot Portland, Is a guest of t'he Astor. Mrsi Harry G. Smith arrived home from California yesterday. . Mrs. and Mips Woodburrv, of Portland, are stopping at the Occident. Mrs. J. T. Ross returned yesterday from a very pleasant stay at Gearhart. John W;ch and wife, of Portland, are visiting In Astoria, guests of the Occi dent. Arthur Whitnty, of Fort- Stevons, ana A. G. Brlggs, of Ilwaco, were in town yesterday. Mrs. J. D. Murray, and her sister, Miss Dalton, of Ilwaco, spent the day In Asto ria yesterday. Mr. A. Catlln Is spending several days In town. He is accompanied by his wife and two children. Mrs' S. T. McKean, Miss, McKean, Miss Polly McKean, Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, ano H. T. Flndlay, return from their out ing at Cannon Beach tonight. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. Most Perfect Made. 40 Years the Standard. Prices Way Down Clatsop Bead? TIME CARD OP- THE Seashore Jfailmay Company In Effect July iq, 1895. Itol8 leave Astoria one half hour before trains leave' b idse. TRAINS LEAVE BR1DGF. . Time. Connections. a. m .. NUlit boats fioin fort- I lai.il ot from tatoria. Day boat from i'ortl nd J:3U a m... t3 11 t:45 p. in 4 p. ui. gaturday 7 p. m. Saturday ii:l ') ie m. Sunday uot 110m a t iria. woaii -from Fort and and A stoi in. Stoaincr I'oticr from Port- lnuu and Astoiia. oats irom AMotia. TRAINS LEAVE 8EASHE I : ir e. m .1 a. in 11:15 p. 111 I 16 p. in p. ill. Saturday. :43 p. m. Sa urday. j p. in. .-uuoay Day boats for Portland, iioat for ABt r a. lMd'ii boats fur 1'oitland. Ui at f r Astuiia. Do its for Ast ri 1 and Port land. turner Po ter f r lwaco. il atB for Aftoria and i'ert land. Daily except Monday. fLuily except cuturd iy an I Suut'ay. lor 'reia'iit and passenger r tea aply to U. r LrsiCK, eup't., ruxshore Ituiln ay 1 o , boaslil , ere. WANTED. WANTED Immediately, a girl ta da second girl's work In private family. In quire at this olllce. WANTED A girl to do general house work in small family at N. W. corner of (it'll and Harrison streets. WANTED T3 exchange House and lot in Portland for Astoria property, or acre age near Astoria. Address M, ' this of fice. WANTED Agenio to represent the aid National Life Insurance Co., of .vlontpelier, Vt. For further lnfonua- . ilon, address G. M. Stolp, General Coast Manager, 82-84 Crocker Building, San e'rancisco, Cal. WANTED Man or lady to collect, do some office work, and manage agents. You will deal through your leading mer chants. Something new and very popu lar. We pay all expenses. Position per manent. Send four references and ten cents for full particulars. John Finney Mgr., P. O. Box 484, St. Louis, Mo. $75,000 PER WEEK using and selling Dynamos for plating watches, Jewelry, and table ware. Plates gold, silver, nickel, etc., same as new goods. Dif ferent sizes for agents, families and shops. Easy operated; no experience; big profits. W. P. Harrison & Co., Clerk No. 14, Columbus, Ohio. FOR SALE. FOR SALE 600 yards of earth exca vated from tunnel, to be dellve-.sd on premises. Pac.flc Paving Co. JAPANESE GOODS Just out Just re ceivedJust what you want, at Wing Lee's, 643 Commercial street. A good buy at Long Beach. Nine room house. Furnished complete for summer travel. For description and terms In quire at Real Estate Exchange, Occident Building. FOUND. FOUND A silver watch, which the owner can have by calling at this offlc9 snd proving property. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished rooms; good lo cation fronting river. Capt. P. E. Fer ohen, 330 l?Jh street. TO RENT House of 4 rooms and bath, room, and modern conveniences. Just built. Apply J. E. Ferguson. FOR RENT A nicely furnished mod ern house. For particulars inquire of Mrs. Smith, corner of Wh and Irving avenue, or A. R. Cyrus, 487 Commercial street. LOST. LOST A snail ailver pin with the Ini tials "A. H. S." Finder will please leave at this office and be rewarded. - LOST Thursday night, about 10 o'clock 129 fathoms of net Corks branded F. M. Warren. Please return to Warren's sta tion. KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the great Blood nurifier. alvea tresnnes and clearness to the complexion and cuiee Constipation. ?5 cts, 50 cts . $1.00. For Sale by J. w. conn.