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THE DAILY ASTOKIAN, TUESDAY MORXIXO, OCTOKKR 13, HUMt.
Misses', Youth's and Children's , QCHOOL UHOES- Ladies' and Gents' Autumn Footwear Rubbers, Rubber Boots, Etc. Oar John Hahn & Co 4 79 Commercial St. Are YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Maximum temperature, S degrees. Minimum temperature, 49 degree. Precipitation, none. Total precipitation from September 1st, 1S9S, to date, J. 91 Inches. Deficiency of precipitation from Sep tember 1st, b, to date, 2.C Inches. TODAY'S WEATHER. For Oregon weather. and Washington, fair TO READKHS.-Th Ttallj Aatorlan' oatalne twice at much raanlnc matt r a aar other paper pahlUhed Ib Aelorla. It la the Italy paper that preeeola IU readers with a daily telegraphic report. TO ADVERTISERS. -The "Dally Aa- taHaa" haa saore thaa twice aa away read ra aa aay other paper pahlUhed la Aato- rla. It la therefore mora thaa twlca aa valuable aa aa adTertlelna; medium AROUND TOWN. Be Swope about It. First voters tomorrow night Swope paints anything eee him about It Bee Swope about campaign cartoons and caricatures. Judge Gray went to Portland on last renins' steamer. Dr. W. I. Howard, Hompathlst, 68$ Commercial street Sea Swope about campaign banner work charge reasonable. Gunther'a, the only candles In the city. C. B. Smith, sole agent If Snodgrass doesn't make photos you don't get the best your Architect J. E. Ferguson and wife re turned yesterday from a trip to Port land. Just take a look at C. B. Smith's famous Gurither candles. It will do you good. Mr. J. Donahue, a resident of Pillar Rock, It was reported last evening, died yesterday. The Queen, the only heating stoves. at Fisher Brothers. Price $10. Come and examine them. The Hon. S. H. Piles will address the Toung Men's McKlnley and Hobart Club Wednesday night C. B. Smith, the confectioner, Just received another shipment of the fam ous Gunther's Chicago candles. Carbons are the only permanent photos as well as the most artistic. and Snodgrass knows bow to make them. J. P. Meahail, Elliott's Landing, A. Wndberg, North Shore, and John Grant, of Bear Creek, were In from the coun try yesterday. Free silver has not yet come, but bun bar's fall stock of ladies' and children's tnderwear has, and they are all right Go and see them. The Ladies' Guild of Grace Church will give a Tea at the home of Mrs. Mitchell on 14th street Wednesday, tober J 4 th, front i to 5 p. m. We guarantee our HedEche Tablets to cWe. any case of headache In fifteen minutes. Price 25c; can be sent by mall. Rogers, Druggist, 459 Commercial st V. J.Schoneld Is an exr-'Vrl at flower and general landscape- kardenlng, and offers his services for such work at a reasonable rats. Leave word at Asto- rian office. ' Just received, at Columbia Shoe Co., Laird, Schober & Co.'s ladies' and misses' and children's fine shoes for fall and winter wear. (Successors Copeland & Thorsen.) If you want to hear a good thing at tend the meeting of the Young Men's McKinley and Hobart Club tomorrow evening, and listen to the speech of the Hon. S. H. Piles. Heavy fog banks hung over the river yesterday morning so thickly that steamers could scarcely be seen from the office of Government Observer Kel- llher, at Fort Canby. Shanahan's new store building will be one of the handsomest In the city. It Is rapidly nearlng completion, and the large store rooms will be ready for the goods In a short time. The new hose wagon of Engine Co, No. 1 was finished yesterday and will be ready for service In a day or two. Engine Co. No. 3's wagon will be ready for use In about twenty days. The Hon. T. J. Cleeton, district attor uey, who left for St. Helens last even Ing, will deliver a number of campaign speeches In Washington and Clackamas counties between now and election time. More boots and shoes will arrive at Columbia Shoe Co. In the next ten dayB than has ever been received by any store In the city In the same length of time. (Successors to Copeland and Thorsen.) The Hon. 8. H. Piles, one of the lead lng political speakers of the state of "Washington, will appear In Astoria to morrow night, and make a speech upon the Issues of the campaign before the Young Men's McKlnley and Hohart Club. l The raolflc Commission Co have In stock 2S0 boxes fancy apples, consist' ing of RelMlowers, fall Plpplna, 8lts. Newtown Pippins, Rhode Island Green ings, Northern Spy, and various other varieties at low prices. It Is said that Mr. Charles Hlggln and Mr. Frank Shields, of the Astoria National Bank, are about to let a con tract for the building of a cottage on the beach near Silver Folnt Cliffs, where their families will spend the com ing summer. At the McKlnley Club rooms tonight the regular weekly meeting of the Toung Men's McKlnley and Hobart Club will be held. It Is desired that there be a full attendance, and the offi cers of the club appeal to the members to one and all be present. Mr. Prackett the advance agent of the Maclnel-Mullln Concert Co., who was In the city yesterday, succeeded In getting the subscriptions list opened with a Urge number of names. The company is one of the very best on the oad, and will appear In the city short ly. A political speaker said yesterday that it was not much of a trick to Im portune congress to make o3 cents worth of silver worth one dollar In gold. To stamp the name of the government on this piece of money did not give It value beyond its coinage or circulating value. Yes, we are still at It. White sugar, twenty pounds for one dollar; good flour seventy-five cents sack. Just received our fall line of dried prunes, apricots, peaches, apples, dates, white and black figs. Our feet may be "webbed." but we move quickly at the Webfoot Com mission House. It was reported yesterday that the silver miner In taking his 53 cents' worth of silver to the mints and getting It stamped into one dollar, had a great advantage over the farmer who, when he took his wheat to the mill, had to pay one-third of it for the grinding of the balance Into flour. The sermoo delivered Sunday even ing at the Methodist church by the Rev. J. J. Walter, was one of the most eloquent addresses ever heard from an Astoria pulpit. The speaker appealed to the sympathies of his audience, and defended himself and brother ministers of the city from the charge made that the Thursday prayer meeting was a McKlnley Club meeting. At the meeting of the Press Associa tion held in Denver of the Western ed itorial federation some two weeks ago, an effort was made to secure the next meeting for Astoria, but New Orleans captured the prize. In 1S9S. however, Astoria can secure the convention. It will be a big thing for this city to have eight hundred editors la Its midst from all portions of the Western states. Mr. J. D. Higginbotham was In yes terday from Tillamook, with a drove of sixty head of cattle which he sold to Messrs. Preston and Warren, of War- renton. Mr. Higginbotham says they need a railroad In their part of the country very much, and that It would be a God send to God's Valley If Mr Hammond would extend his line to the lower Nehalem. He says they are stay ing by McKinley In his district. Frank Stokes and Martin Foard re turned yesterday from Seattle, whtfe they si;nl a w?ek pr two looking after their interests in that territory. They reported that three Japanese steamers were very busy in Seattle l.4ui &nd unloading freight Mr. Foard was of the opinion that before many years the same steamers will be loading in As toria. Politics, he said, were very warm, but from what he could learn McKlnley was all right In Washinr on. )A. Well posted fmlitUlin said jester' day ttiat the frfrSent was one of the best rnniVicied campaigns he evtr s.Wi ttu'. that In his opinion the county com mittee should pay more attention to the outlying country precincts than has been heretofore exhibited. The people in the country want to know what is what, andj while the larger proportion of them are supporters of McKinley, yet they will be glad to have good speakers in their midst who can clearly expound the situation to the doubters. Yesterday was the thirteenth birth day of Hattie I'tzinger. In the evening the young lady entertained a number of her friends and schoolmates, the fol low ing being amongst the guests: Kin ney Crosby, Lois Carnahan, Jennie and Mary Nowlen, Rita Marlon, Clare Ma rlon, Maud Stone, Eva Goodman, Al vlna Klrchoff, Bessie Reed, May Utzln ger, Nellie L'tzinger, and Grover, Otto and Willie L'tzinger, who were the only gentlemen present. The entertainment of the evening was a peanut hunt in which Maud Stone won the first prize, and Clare Marion the second, or booby prize. The little folks had a good time and were ready for another "thirteen" party. What nearly resulted In a fatal acci dent occurred Sunday afternoon. About 2 o'clock a light wagon containing a man and an elderly lady who had driv en In from the Walluskl, turned Into 14th street and started down for the city. Within a few moments, however, the horse became frightened at the barking of some dogs, and was soon be yond the control of the driver. The vehicle came down the street at a very fast pace and at the corner of Frank lin, In attempting to make the turn, the wagon swung to one side and horse, vehicle and people were thrown against the fence of Mr. Mitchell's place. Just before making the turn one of the hind wheels of the buggy broke to pieces, which still further frightened the horse. Seeing what was coming, with wonder ful presence of mind, the gentleman caught the lady about the waist and Jumped, thus saving her life. As It was, however, one of her ankles was severely injured. The man escaped unharmed. The wagon was a total wreck, but the home, strange to say, after becoming detached from the vehicle, ran dow the street to the river, and was caught and returned uninjured. The lady was Mrs. Espey, and the gentleman Mr. An drew .Indies. Immediately after the accident Captain Matthews took the In J u red lady Into his house until help arrived. ATTENTION, Young Men'i McKlnley and Hobart Club. Every member of the club Is request' ed to meet at McKlnley Hall on this Tuesday evening, October Uth. at T;S0 p. ni. Let every member come. JOHAN VOl'NCl, Pres. A. II. Palglty. Sec. IN THE ClKCriT COCKT. The Last Pay Full of liusinesa and 1m portant Case Disposed of. The circuit court yesterday transact ed a large amount of business and dls- p.wcd of a large number of casea. When the hour for adjournment came the Judge announced that court was adjourned until November J. The fol lowing Is the docket for the day: James W. Welch vs. the O. It. and N Company, the amount of the bond for use and occupation of the premises, was fixed at KM. The State vs. J. H. D. Gray, the de fendant entered a plea of guilty and made a statement to the court of the circumstances connected with the case. and the court took the matter under ad vlsement. L. Lelfur et al vs. Chas. Olvla, the motion for a new trial was overruled, and Judgment entered for the plaintiff on the verdict of the Jury. The defend ant was allowed sixty days' time on which to prepare a bill of exceptions. In this case the verdict by the Jury was for the amount offered by Mr. Olvls In settlement of the account. C. A. Peterson vs. E. Thompson, upon the defendant remitting JS2 of the ver dict, the motion for a new trial was overruled, and Judgment entered for plaintiff on the verdict. Chas. Anderson vs. Astoria Packing Co. and M. J. Kinney. The motion for a new trial was overruled, and Judg ment rendered for plaintiff. Julius Jacobs vs. R. L. Jeffery et al. the demurrer of plaintiff was overruled. All Jurors were excused until notified by the clerk to attend court. The State vs. J. J. Kenney. In the Judgment of the court the defendant was sentenced to one year's Imprison ment In the state penitentiary as a just penalty for the crime committed. The State vs. J. J. Kenney, No. 2, suit dismissed on motion of the district attorney. In the matter of the assignment of E. R. Hawes, It was ordered that the receiver pa a dividend of twenty per cent. The State vs. J. T. Merrefleld, the de murrer was sustained. A. Levy et al vs. A. R. Kanaga, the suit was dismissed. The State vs. J. L. Moore, suit dis missed. The State vs. Ed. Hlglcy, suit dis missed. . The State vs. Hank Pennel. the ap peal was dismissed and the case re ferred back to the Justice of the peace to enforce the Judgment. John Hansen, a native of Norway, was admitted to citizenship. ADVERTISED LETTERS. The following unclaimed letters were advertised at the Astoria postofflce on October 12, 1S96: Ball. V. Z. Hergman Mrs Anna Carson. John M. Davis. W. E. Beldlng-, C E. Carlson, Chas. DeVoe. Chas. W. Gumbert, George. JuslIIa, John LaCompt, W. Lambert, B. Fuchs. Mrs.J.A. (2) Hutchlns, Mrs. J H. Koukkula, John H.I Larson, T. Lf;Vere, Mrs.C.A.t") Maecb', -c, Mrs LenaSanborn, 0. N. Shirley, George 0. Strolm, Frank J. Tucker Miss Ro9e(2)Watters Mrs.D.A(2) Whittler, Mrs Rosa Foreign. Anderson AndrewL Thronson Frederlk Packages. Hallem, Arthur. Persons calling for any of the above letters will please say "advertised." Additional postage of one cent for each letter advertised Is charged. HERMAN WISE, P. M. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice la herV-by given that I have been appointed administrator of the estate of W. H. Ryan, deceased. All persons having clilms against said es tate must present the same to me at Astoria, within six months from the date hereof. All persons Indebted to said estate are hereby notified to pay said Indebtedness to me, forthwith. F. J. CARNEY. Astoria, Or., October 8, 1896. OUR CORNER. A gentleman's resort, at corner of Bond and Twelfth streets. The finest brands of liquors and cigars always on hand. Call and try us. ANDERSON & PETERSON ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Hon. S. H. Piles, of Seattle, one of the foremost stump-speakers of Washington, will deliver an address In this city on the 14th Inst. Use Webfoot Corn Cure. No cure no pay. For sale at Es tes-Conn Drugr Store. Great Bargains ! Ladies wanting fine Dresh Goods or a stylish Cape or Jacket at wholesale prices should call at the Low Price Store. They arc closing out. Don't be talked into purchas ing before getting prices from the Low rnce btore. !. COHEN, 491 Bond St., corner 11th. Scott's Emulsion stands for wasting, de creased vitality, im poverished blood. The combination of Cod liver Oil with the Hy pophosphites of lime and soda as prepared in it, is exactly what is needed for the above conditions. Jl'lKiE tiUAY'S DKFKNSK. Ill the circuit court yesterday Judge J. 11. D. Gray, when called beforo that tribunal In ilcfense of the suit agulnst him (or carrying conccutcd weapons, pleaded guilty to tile charge and made a nuuily statement to the court of his excuse for so doing. Judge Gray suid that he considered himself to be a peace otttcer; that shortly beforo the act for which he was Indicted he had received number of threatening letters, that he thought his life was In danger, and that several of his friends had warned him to be on his guard, and had offered to protect htm. In view of these facts he took the precaution to arm himself and said that al the time ho drew the revolver the prosecuting witness against him was accompanied by live other men, and that the man shook his linger in tils face. The sheriff and his deputies were absent from the city, and admitting that he had vlolulcd the law cvhuically, Judge Gray said he thought he did what was right in making an ef fort to protect the city In such case. The court stated that the question at issue was whether a magistrate had au thority to make an arrest In the ab sence of a constable or other ullicer. The case was taken under advisement by the court. THE TREASURY REPORT FOR SEP- TLMHEK. The following Is a statement of the public debt and of the cash In the treasury at the close of business Sep- tember 30th, received from Secretary Carlisle; Interest bearing debt, JMT.36I.26(); del't on which interest has ceased since ma turity, $l,(Ul,!M.2a; debt bearing no In- erest. 1372.471.635 64; certificates on treasury notes offset by an etiial amount of cash In the treasury, l-4,- 4.3l'3.0O; aggregate of debt. ll.7Sr.,9S2,- OOS.SK). Compared w ith the statement is- ued August 31st, the figures show an ncreajw of certificates) on. I treusury notes amounting to I-S67,3i0.oi, and a d- crease of the aggregate debt of $3S5.- 910.50. The cash In the treasury at the dute mentioned was: Gold, fltr.'.TTl, 311.21; silver, 510,6i;:,,MI 07; paper, 1158,. 455.373.3$; bonds, minor coin, fractional currency, etc., JIM, 1.243.77; njiirrcgate, tS4H.:'4.77:,.44. The cash balance In the treasury August 31st waj J243.34'!.4'i0 53. and on September 3th. t.4 1.151,455.111, showing a decrease of Jl'.l'.'l, 940.4S. TO l HIS A ( 111. I) IN ONK IMV, Take laxative liromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If It fails to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas, Rogers, Druggist. RIGHT. Colonel II. F. Clayton, 6f Indlanola, la., the president of the Farmers' Na tional Congress of the t'nlted States, which has perhaps exercised a more potent Influence In securing legislation favorable to the agricultural Interests of the country than any other farmers' organization, says: "We have had a four years' dose of Democratic dis aster and desolation, and the experl ence should be enough to preclude any repetition of the Xrtmenl during the next retuury. What the people want for the next four years Is the McKln- leylsm of lS-lSW, with a gixid market for everything, everybody employed at high wages, with spindles running by day and the heavens lighted up by night from the chimneys and furnaces of factories, when the poor man will be able to feed and clothe his family. and when capital will find employ ment." Coon Rapids, la.. Enterprise. De Witt's Witch Hazel 8alve Is an an tiseptic, soothing and healing applica tion for burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, etc., and cures piles like magic. It Instantly stops pain. Charles Rogers. BUYERS AND SELLERS. The following deeds were filed for record In the office of Recorder Wil liams yesterday: C. R. Hlgglns to Lawrence Greene Lots 1, 2, 15 and 18, Block 13, Astoria Addition to Warrenton I Same to Rolit Campbell, Lots 9 and 10, Block 10, same addi tion Same to F. G. Barbeau, Lots 3, 4, 13 and 14, in Block 13, same ad dition Same to J. H. Hampton, Lots 11 and 12, Block 10, same addition Wm. G. Gerrlsh to Robert Nixon Lot 1, Block 2fi, and Lots 18 and 19, Block 2H, Now Astoria 900 ROYAL Baaing Powder. Highest of al! In leavening Strength U. 6. Government Report Watson and the gentleman who has bought a gold brick ought to get to gether and make It unanimous. Chi cago Journal. There's more clothing destroyed by poor soap than by actual wear. "Hoe Cake" contains no free alkali, and will not Injure the finest lace. Try It and notice the difference In quality. Ross, Hlgglns & Co. WARRENTON Columbia Harbor Land Co. CORNER... BOND and ELEVENTH STS. Mans on application. GOLD Nl'OOETS FltOM MoKINl.KY'S LETTER OF ACCRITANCK, Tho Hepulillcnn party Is not opposed to tho uso of silver money, and has lone all It could for It consistent with safety. The mere declaration that the lvmo- crata propose to Inaugurate the flee and unlimited coinage of silver Is a menace to our llnauclal and Industrial Institutions. We must not be misled by phrase nor deluded by false theories. Free sil ver would not mean that sliver dollars were to be freely had without coat or labor. ' Klmetalllsm cannot be secured by In- lependent action on our part, nor by penlng our mints to free silver, until International agreement Is had It I Uie luty of the fulled states to maintain the gold standard. The owner of the silver bullion would get the silver dollar; the people would get It only by their labor. What would keep the new sliver dol lurs at par with gold? There would bo no obligation on the government to do It; the simple truth Is, we would be driv en to a silver tiasla to silver mono metalllsm. We now have more sliver than gold. Eighty-four per cent of our foreign trade Is with gold standard countries. We have more sliver In use than any country In the world except China or India. Free coinage would defer. If not de feat, international bimetallism. Free silver would contract our cur rency and drive 600.0uu.000 gold dollars out of circulation. The money of a country should never be the suhjwt of partisan contention. In addition to free silver we are asked to enter on an era of Irredeemable paper currency. We are not a nation of classes, and appeals to prejudice should be rebuked. NOTICE TO KHIl'I'ERS. Shippers are hereby notified that lo cal freight to points on the Seashore road will be received at the Telephone dock only. All freight must be deliv ered one hour before train time. No freight will be received after 4:30 p. m. C. F. LESTER, 8upt. If Mr. Mill doesn't know exactly where he stands, he might get rid Of the microbes of uncertainty bv botllnir his thou,hls.Chlcn,,'o Dispatch. OABTOniA. If Mr. Bryan will only study these hurrlcanu reports, h will see how dan Kepm tin, much wind may be, Chloa go Post. Salton Sea Salt for baths at the Lutes-Conn Iijuir More IOii and 25c per package. fisher's Opera House L K. 8ELIO, Manager. ThursdayjDct. 15th A Supremely Brilliant and Important Event DAVIS & KEOGH'S RCENIC SPECTACLE ON BOWERY The Most Famous, Picturesque, Amus ing ana 1 tinning ronrayai or uuri oub New York Scenes and Char acters ever shown on any stage. Royal Visit of the Qreataot on Earth. "The King of the Bowery" Steve Brodie Champion Bridge Jumper of the World, ana an excellent uasi. The BIk Show of the Year, Greater New York Kcvealcd With I'hoto nrnpbic Rxactaess. An Object Lesson In Character Btudles. INSTRUCTIVE AMUSING EXTEKTAIXIYG The Only Real Bowery Play Ever Presented to the Public MUTATORS CANNOT IfllTATB IT. Reserved seat sale opens Wednesday morning at the New York Novelty Store. itaiU ,r. II Hi- A glance at the mnp will hIiow tlmt the town of WARRENTON cont iins the host Hituattul property on the wct ritht of tho hiy. Already mx hundred people live within a HtoneV throw of the new railroad depot, and at the Hpeclol PHcch now oUt-red there can he no hotttT invoHttneut for ' HOUSES OR BUSINESS PROPERTY Choice lots are being sold daily at vpeciallv low piiec, en installments, to Hit i t the times. ' In a few weekrt there will he an advance. Now is the time to hoy the bargains on the Peninsula. TELL IT OUT. Don't sit down and wait for trad. 'Taint the way, Oct a hustle, make her show, l'ush your business moke her go, Oon't sit down und wait for trad. 'Taint the way, 'Taint the way, If you've got something to sell, Tell It about. Let your neighbors see you're "fly," (let up "bargains," don't aay die, If you've anything to sell. Tell It out, Tell It out. Folks don't know you If you don't Advertise, Keep thing niovln' every day, Talk about It; that's the way. Folks won't know you If you don't Advertise, Advertise. FIRE ALARM ROXEfl. llox i-Trulilnger's Mill. Ilox Astor and Seventh street. llox T Ninth and Puane. Hox t Commercial and Fifteenth. Ilox Clatsop Mill. Ilox U-Car Stables. Itox l-McOrgor's Mill. Meany I the leading tailor, and pays the highest rash price for fur skins. 195 Fisfyer Brothers, Lubricating OILS A Specialty, 1 Sell ASTORIA Ship Chamlelfrv. Hardware, 1 ron A St-t'l, Coal. (Jroccric fc Provision!, Flour & Mill Ft..!, Paints, Oils, Vaniishcri, Loggers Supplies, Fairbank's Scales. Doors tfc Windows, Agricultural Implement Wagons & Veh if It's. . A KASTAHICNI), UENi-KAL CONTKACTOH. HOUSE, BRIDGE AND OQHARF BUILDER HIIUSK MOV KM. HoIim Moving TooU lor litnt. ASTORIA OREGON B.F.ALihEN&SON Wall Pifwr. Ariliu' MaitrUI,, PtlgM, Oils. GUm, tc. JapaMM Matting,, Ruft and Banboo Gooda 365 Cc mmerclal Htreet. A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies, Cor. Tsnth and Commercial streets. C. A. HANSON Cash Grocer 879 COMMERCIAL STKEET ROSS HIGGINb & CO Grocers, : and : Butchers Aatorls and Uppor Aatorla Flat Taai and Cof Mf. Tabla DallcacUi, Doaaatk and Tropical Frulti, Vataublaa, Suf a Ciirad Ha, Bacoa, Etc. Choice Fresh and Salt Meats. The Palace Cafe Is the Place for a Good Meal... Eastern Oysters in the shell or enn Served to Order or Sold at Retail W. W. WHIPPLE THE PALACE Clarkson & Marvin LONG FIR PILING Promptly Furnished Astoria Asphalt and Roofing Co. All Work Roof Painting and Rapalrlnn LMky Hooa. WANTED. $10 tu f IS per week fur men tint) women for easy hum work. No books or canvassing. No rxi-rlorida, llnna flit ufTer. No Catch. Hotul stamp for work ami tiartleular JO. HICltMANM, 111 H. Hlxth strtt. I'lilla.UH.lila, fa. rOR KB NT, KOH ItKNT-Threa (uruUhnt roiu for Unlit liouHkiH'iilntr Astoria I.aml nl liivrtmiitt Co., IM l'inniiiilal Bt. rlt ItKNT"('iieaii!lvn ro.TnTcMiN ta. wlllt lath ami nnHlnrn Imprvv. monls. A..ly at tho Astorlau ufflro. FOH ItKNT-Three orfour"rtwn with board. Mrs. K. C. IloUlon. corner Ulh ami lnmno streets. . ron HKNT Throe furnished room with or without board, Ai!y 11 7th. street. ron ALU ron HAl.K-IJ-nxmi Ux1a;in Ilous. Centrally loratml; cha loaao; bar. lain. Astoria I-iid and In v. Co., iii Commercial street. JAI'AN'KHK UOOUII Klroworka Just out Just rocolved Just what yo w ant -at Wing lWa. Ml Commercial (treat. Cedar Shingles 8KAB1PE Ll'MIIKU YAHD. OHTICK ItA COMMERCIAL ST. AHTOHIA IKON WOKKH Ceeyoai, M., tool i Jaa. Aatofla General Machinists and Boiler Maketr l an J and Mailiw hiijln... Hollo, wwt, Steaat fcoal and t.aimafy Work a Spatially. Ca.naia All IWHriiiMi Madt la 0d oa Sbuti Nun, a. John foi....lroaMont and Huporlnlandentt A. U ros Vice llvaldenl O. II. Treat Herreiar first National Hank Treasurer R. L. Boyle & Co. Estate LOANS AND INVESTMENTS COMMERCIAL HT. "Tlie Louvre AST0HIVS t.OKi. tillS ENTERTAINMENT MALL I n.OOHH Pine Mtialo, Oamoa nf All Klnila. Tan Metnlflcenl Mara. rvrimiiisr. rmsT-cim Good Order and Everybody's Rights STIU'ITLY OIINKHVKII. Emil Schacht ARCHITECT GEO. NIC0LL, Assistant.. omen: Kopp's Mew Brewery .SNAP A KODAK. sl auy man ooiiiIik out ul our store and you'll at a partial! of a man brimmtn. over with pleasant thouiiliU. Huoh quality lu the liquors we save to offer ere eiiouxh to elraaeaar ma a. COMB AND TRY THEM' 'HUGHES & CO. THE npw VJUi la. . A RESORT FOR Corner Commercial and nth SU GENTLEMEN ALEX CAMPBELL, Prop. Oo to Elmore, Banftorn's office and n machine. Take alona; soma of the twines "as goaxi as Marshall's," In your pookat,' and test them. Then see how much more Marshall's will stand. It's money In your pocket and fleh In your net to find out their new anl) handsome twine tesllnir Room Company 216 anl 217 Chamber of Commerce Portland, Oregon MCA VK OHIKKH AT IIIIDN I, JXAVBb IIUILD'a Guaranteed N. JEN5EN a4 R O. HANSEN.