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THE DAILY AST0U1AN, TUESDAY MORNlNd, NOYEMHKU . lftim.
Misses', Youth's and Children's QCHOOL UHOES Ladles' and Gents' Autumn Footwear Rubbers, Rubber Boots, Etc. John Hatin Co. Are Wsrraated 79 Commercial St YESTERDAY'S 'WEATHER. Maximum temperature, 61 degree. Minimum temperature, 46 degree. Precipitation, .S3 Inch. Total precipitation from September 1st. 1894, to date. 10.3 Inches. , Deficiency of precipitation from Sep tember 1st IS tn date, .57 Inch. AROUND TOWN. Vote, early today. Feather boas at Dunbar's. Children's school umbrellas, Wc at Dunbar's. 4 Shanahan Bros, have moved across the street. See Shanahan Bros. new store and new prices. All silk baby ribbon on cent per yard at Dunbar's. Mr. Andrew DaJsity returned from California Sunday. Mr. John Bunke, WallusU, was In the city yesterday. Merchants yesterday reported collec tion as fairly good. Every patriotic cltlsen will do his du ty today at the poll. Lary Mclntyre. of North Shore, was la the city yesterday. The heavy storms of Sunday and yes- Voters, Read This. The following section of the ballot to be used today shows how the names of the four Republican electors have been printed in connection with the four Bryan candidates. It will be observed that the end of each line of the eight names shows the word " Republican." Voters ruuf t remember that but four the first four of these men are Republicans. The other four are BRYAN ELECTORS. Just mark a cross between the. number and first letter of the FIRST FOUR NAMES on the ticket, as erinwn in ihe PYnmnla below, out the way, and the only way, to vote 12 X CAPLES, JOHN F. of Portland, Multnomah County Republican 13 X GEER, T. T. of Macleay, Marion County Republican ilX SMITH, E. L. of Hood River, Wasco County Republican 15X YORLN, S. M. of Eugene, Lane County Republican 16 BUTLER, N. L. of Monmouth, Polk County Peoples, Democratic, Silver Republican 17 HOFER, E. of Salem, Marlon County Peoples, Democratic, Silver Republican 18 SPAUGH, W. II. of Harrisburg, Linn County ...... Peopl-s, Democratic, Silver Republican 19 W ATKINS, HARRY of McMinville, Yamhill County . . Peoples, Democratic, Silver Republican terday prevented ship from entering or leaving the harbor. Americans expect Americans to stand up for the right today. No rent to pay, We can afford to sell cheap. Bhtwahaa Bros, Moved! Moved! Opposite our old stand. Shanahan Bros. Be sure that your Australian ballot are properly marked today. R. L. Jeffery and family have return ed from their Seaside outing. Java coffee, 25c per pound, at the Webfoot Commission House. Gunther's, the only candles in the city. C. B. Smith, sole agent. If Snodgrass doesn't make your photos you don't get the best. C. B. Smith's selection of choice can dles are the finest put up In Astoria. Just take a look at C. B. Smith's famous Gunther candles. It will do you 'good. Mr. McGowan's new wharf at Chi nook will be completed in about four days. Captain Parker yesterday said that business was very good considering the times. , Voters today should be careful to mark their ballot for the first four names only. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Smith returned yesterday afternoon on the Telephone from Portland. Some plans are under way to serve hot coffee, sandwiches and other eata- The good-will that goes with' good tea is part of the profit that is why some grocers are glad to sell you Schillings Best. But there is more profit, take1 it all in all, in Schil- lings Best it for you, for the grocer, and for us. A Schillini :hilline A Corapaayj Sab Francisco 9M bits at place where returns will be re ceived tonight. Dr. Howard's residence Is at K5 Com mercial street, over the "Spa." Night calls promptly attended. Notwithstanding the gales, showers and sunshine of yesterday, the barome ter was fining last night. Dr. T. U Ball, dentist. Teeth ex tracted without pain. Price reasonable. No. 562 Commercial street. Mackintoshes are selling wry rapidly at the low Price Store since they made their big reduction In price. We have lota of butter, creamery squares, dairy rolls, and packed. Come and get our prices. "Webfoot." Mustln's perfect fitting union suits with seamless shoulders, broad lap, and full slse over hips, at Dunbar's. Don't pay ten and twelve dollars for alr-ttght stove when you can get them for half the money at 431 Bond street. The Hon. John L. Leasure was highly complimented last evening for his sound, logical and entertaining speech. Carbons are the only permanent photo a well as the most artistic. and Snodgrass knows how to make them. Why buy others when you know that Lowney's are the only chocolates In the world. Fifteen different varieties at "The Spa." Plenty of air tight toves In the mar ket, but only one with hot air draught tube. The Queen, at Fisher Brothers.' Price, 110.00. You can secure hot coffee, sand wlches and other toothsome things at either of the political headquarters to morrow night. Judge Taylor delivered a campaign address at Mellvtlle last night A large crowd turned out and much enthusiasm was exhibited. LOOK OUT for fraudulent telegraph ic news In the Astoria afternoon papers. None of these papers receive one line of outside new by telegraph. Mayor Taylor reports that the rally at Seaside Saturday night was a most en- no other mark on the ballot, but told for McKinley, sound money, protection and prosperity to-day. thuslastic one. and that almost to a man the voter of that precinct are for free silver and sound money. We are too busy to attend to ad vertising, but Monday and Tuesday we will sell potatoes at 53 cents per sack it the Webfoot Commission House. The handsomest line of jackets and capes have just arrived at the Low Price store. They will be sold at whole sale prices. Take advantage of this offer. Prompt and complete returns from the election will be posted on the bulle tin board at the "Louvre," commencing Tuesday night and continuing until the finish. ' F. 3. Schofleld Is an expert at flower and general landscape gardening, and offers his service for such work at a reasonable rate. Leave word at Asto rlan office. tnrrliiuuni of dress srooda and woolen nniW .- met with Dleasant surprise at the big reductions that are going on at present at the Cohen Low Price Store, 49l Bond street Early Sunday morning the 8th street water main burst, flooding several houses Irt the neighborhood and doing some damage to lawns.- The break was mended early yesterday morning. A Chicago dispatch to the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, says the ambassador ship to France, has been sold subject to the election of Bryan, for 170,000,000 to W. A. Clark, a Montana Mine owner. Frank Thlbault, Sunshine, Wash.; W. P. Bonney, Tacoma; H. L. Shocker, San Francisco; John L. Leasure and fam ily, Portland; Geo. McBride, Warren ton, registered at the Occident yester day. If you want drugs or druggists' sun dries, go to Rogers, 459 Commercial street. He carries a full assortment In hin line and sells at the lowest cash price. Call and examine goods and prices. Mr. H. H. Stokes, of Berkeley, Cal., is visiting In the city, and may possibly decide to remain here In business. Speaking of politics, he said he though that Calfornla would go for McKlnley and sound motley. Don't fail to mark your ballots today With an X between the numbers and the names of the first four candidates on the top of the ticket. These are the four Republican electors and represent MoKlnley and sound money. Mr. Jones What delicious coffee! Mrs. Smith Ye. You can buy the same at the Web oh, those people with ba on their feet, at 1S3 Ninth street. They call It Sultan Blend, and It only costs 25 cents per pound. During the storm of Friday, 800.000 feet of logs were washed down the Ne- cannlcum creek to Logan's Seaside saw mill. The bents of the bridge at the Holladay place were carried away, but beyond that no damage was done. Swope's latest production, an oil painting In colors of McKlnley and Ho- hart, now on exhibit km In firlttln A Heed's window, ha attracted more than ordinary attention. The young artist Is making an enviable reputa tion. Astorlans should not forget that the Cascade lock and c.uial will be opened to the public on the 5th Inst., and that formal celebration of the opening which will take place at a later date, should be participated In by every cltlsen In yils county. Commencing the second Monday of January. 1897, and continuing four weeks, special course of Instruction for horticulturists and dairymen will be given at the state agricultural college, Corvallls. A complete program will be furnished on application to Director H. B. Miller. In the police court yesterday John McDonald pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness was fined 15. As Mc Donald had been In Jail two days. awaiting trial, on motion of Deputy City Attorney George F. Welch, the fine was remitted. John Doe, who was drunk again, forfeited ball In the sura of $5. The amount of money In Chicago alone that In the case of the election of McKlnley, will go Into buildings, and that will be diverted or Idle If Bryan I elected, has been the subject of care ful Investigation, and the estimate Is 112.000.000. These are now the Idle mil lion that Bryan has the bras to talk about Remember, voter of Astoria, not on word of genuine election or other tele graphic new appear In the afternoon paper of this city. All such news print- it up anil liana it in. 1 his is ed by them is either deliberately con cocted by some one connected with these papers, or cribbed1 from the As- torian and the Portland papers and a(r tered with the design to holwtnk unob servant people. Mr. M. McKnlght, of Tennessee, who is visiting in the city, says that politic In that state are red hot. He has re cently travelled all over the itat and as of the opinion that notwithstanding all of the talk made, Tennessee will go for McKlnley. He says that while In the state he heard nothing but McKln ley talk. Several farmer ' yesterday congre gated at Foard & Stokes' (tore and when asked about politics, said that they were more Interested in having A watering trough established within the city limits and a central market laid out where they could do business and handle their products than In the elec tion or the settlement of the free slver question. As to the "Idle millions" in this coun try, Mr. Alexander Brown, a prominent banker of Baltimore, ays: "I know of at least $16,000,000 that will go Into various enterprises, provided the cause of gold triumphs at the November elec tion. Of this abount 1,000,000 will be expended In the state of Maryland, In cluding about (4,000,000 in the city of Baltimore. About 12,300,000 of this sum will be used In building electric roads, $1,200,000 In steam railroad construc tion, and $400,000 In the development of ' Children should grow In Krelght and strength ; ' eat heartily and have plump Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil. with Hypo phosphites fills out th.e sunken cheeks and gives color to the lips. Itfurnishes material for the growth of bone, and food for the brain and nerves. It lays a strong foundation for future growth and develop ment , 90c. aad S1.ao at alt drugtrlsts. ITI1 t It 111 HAVE TO SAY Careful Estimate Matte tif the Elec tion, all Otitis Given llryan, M0KIM.EY FAR IS THE LEAD Poll HO Votes In the Electoral College Oregon In Line Landslide Predict ed by Those Posted. The following Interesting statistics, compiled by Price. McCormlck A Co., of New York, the well known bankers, will tve read by every on and the firm name I a voucher for the correctness and conservatism of the figure tabulat ed: Dear Sir: On the 9th day of October we addressed a letter to all the banks and banker In the I'ntted States, en closing a postal card addressed to us. and upon It reverse side reading as follows: "Name City County Slate Date...,, Our estimate of Bryan's or McKlnley' real esUte and the erection of house." If Bryan happen elected all these en terprise will be postponed Indefinitely. It may be for yean and It may be for ever. In the justice' court yesterdy Judge Abercrwmbl rendered a decision In th case of Mike Hansen, charged with adultery. The case wa dlamlssed. Thl decision wa rather a surprise, a th soli-Ulna- away of a wltnes and the fact that' Hansen had made arrange ments to leave In a hurry, pointed to hi guilt John Heatola, with who wife Hansen wa charged with being criminally Intimate, ha a wrecked home. The county court turned out twenty- three cltlsen yeterday. They were; Joapeh Anet. George .ycane, August KynsL Karl Slgfriedwn. Isaac Peter son. I. W. Peteron. Erik M. Gutav- son. August Markoro, Ed. J. Murphy, Huso L. J. Oesau. Chart Allchorn, Charles E. Carlson. John Lido, A. W. Olseu. Jonl Flakalo, Ftanch Glordon, Olof Ohlson, Henry Huckesk. Edward Juklch. J. T. Johnson, Peter Linqulst. Helnrlch Teller, Theodor Smith. The chairman of the Nebraska state central committee yesterday made pub lic the following, his first official predic tion of the result of the election: "Ne braska Is unquestionably Republican, and will, on November be found among the states recording their votes on the side of honest money and constitu tional government. A must conserva tive poll of the state. Just completed, shows a clear ltepubtlran majority for both state and national tickets of not less than IS.000." A letter received yesterday by a prominent banker of this city from a well known Chicago banker, says: "While In private conversation In a train in Ohio yesterday, with Mr. Burke Cockrnn, whin I aked him what he thouvht of the outcome of the present campaign, he smiled and answered: 'This Is going to be the greatest land slide In favor of McKinley which ever occurred In the history of the country. All figures and estimates ore only guess work, and will be a great surprise to all when the correct figures are known. Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky are positively sure for Mc Klnley. Good work Is being done throughout the Middle Western states, and they are going for McKlnley fn great shape,' - Sunday Mr. W. H. Goode, president; Mr. W. A. Burkholder, general supeer intendent, and Mr. W. H. Hall, expert, cf the Portland General Electric Com pany, spent the day with Mr. L. B. Sesley, F. C. Barney, and J. M. Turney, at the Flavel hotel. Steam was made and the entire electric plant put In op eration. As dusk came on the hotol was brilllajitly Illuminated from top to bottom. The entire party took the Tele phone for Portland at 7 o'clock In the evening. .Conversing with an Astorian reporter, Mr. Goode said: "I wan com pletely surprised at the magnificent lay out at the hotel. The new hotel Is a marvel of luxury aid modern conven ience, and would be an honor to any city. I predict for it the greatest suc cess. I also had an opportunity to examine the work being done by the railroad company, and oan only account for the massiveness of its construction upon the theory that It Is being built to stay, and for the purpose of hand ling a tremendous traffic. Such heavy rails and piling are not to be found any where else on the Pacific Coast. Asto ria is certainly making rapid strides towards a prosperous future." TO CUBE A CVLit IN ONE DAY, Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If It falls to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas. Roger, Druggist. NOTICE. This Is to' notify all persons that the firm of Wah King & Co., doing business as merchant tailors, at No. 626 Commer ce! street, In the City of Astoria, Ore gon, is, and ever since the 22nd day of August, 1896, has been composed of only two persons, to-wit: Chan Sing and Chan Luen, and If any person should claim to be a member of the said firm, such person Is an Imposter. WAH SING & CO. OVR 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. There's more clothing destroyed by poor soap than by actual wear. "Hoe Cake" contain no free alkali, and will not Injure the finest lace. Try It and notice the difference In quality. Ross, Hlggln Co. RPBCIAL, OFFER Columbia Harbor Land Co. CORNER... BOND and ELEVENTH STS. Ms on application. plurality In (hi stalo I" Our estimate of Bryan's or McKlnley' plurality In thl county Is Our estimate of Bryan's or McKlnley' plurality In this city Is From To bo signed by party or corporation making estimate Cross out nam of llryan r McKlnley as rase msy be." To thl Inquiry we had'recelved up i p. m. on the !4th of October 113 re plies, which we have had collated and oompllcd by Messrs. Barrow. Wade A Guthrie, chartered accountant of thl city. We enclose with thl copy of said compilation. Their certificate Is thereto annexed. W take It thl ha been th most comprehensive preliminary Inquiry a to the probable result of the election that ha been made. nd a such, w send It to you confidentially before ret leasing It to th press. Th state In which It Indicate a majority for Mc Klnley are a follow: Connecticut Delaware Illinois Iowa Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota New ltanpshlr New Jnrsey New York Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Dakota Vermont Wet Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming We submit the result without crit icism or comment. Your very truly. PRICK, MrCOUMlCK A CO. McKINLPV'l BRYAN XTATK. mn Alabama.. II M,w Arkuliuta ti K.U.-S I'lillfonil j jg 7,1V! in Hi..' ruliirailu 4 I ,! si. Ml ronum-ticnl :ti .: lvt,'W(re t a 1.4. Klorlila.'. 1 .V ! I".-1 li.'.iritla ... I ..... . HI M.l'l Miilii) 1 a l!i UlllinU :ti 77,."t. a,;.i Indian. .. 11 IK." .' a. Iowa. I' .IM ,i IA K,hi Kuiinu Ill II- l.'.lli. SU l-j.O.' Kiiiiin-kv i.v Tl Im.CIi i .11. ' Liiiiinliiua a .. i Wtt Maine NM Miirvlnnit s ti Ix.KJI J I0,(M M:i.-liu..t ... I.. Ml.illl I ;.i,u Mii liimui II 1:1. it .'li U In.''''.' .Mimin..itii ! I.'l jii.'.W 4 lf.i MisH.. '.i I 4:, P tsiw Mi.iiri ... it s i:o li. .: Mi.litatiu . .. .1 l'i ll.Xi NYlimaku K,'i 7 i!7 IMwi Nevailu, . .1 .1 4.XU Sew llniiihlri .... 4 il IMn." .... New Jeraey l it HI..VI N.'W York . l.Mi .'nm ft IT.ao North Carolina II I ll.T.ii It' Jv Nortli Imkuia i t: s,vi 4 i(,r.v iihlii ill li 7l.ll: t Oregon 4 '.II 4.114" 3 4.IMI l'i'liimvlvniilil SI U' ill, Mi' It node Island 4 g 17,m4 Honth Canillna 34 4.H.'i4i M.11HI1 lmkuu 4 .Mi f,M: II SJPJ Tennessee. I.' V II (W ! ',. Texas - la 4 &!,') M "V,.'4 I'lull ,: ... ... ,f" Vermont 4 II .T7,; Virginia -' ' '."' ' tf'-3"4 WuMiliigton I .' l.Njti p. s,'j7J Went Vlntllils II IMI7.- A OW U l.o.in.lll Vi 117 tntil 1 IT,'JU Wyoming. . . 3 12 l4 . , . . . Mew York, October 24, lsj. We hereby certify that th above compilation ha been made by us from a total number ot 3,162 postal cards signed by banks and bankers through out th United Htates, and addressed to Mi-ssrs. Price, McCormlrk & Co., and lecelved by them since October 10. UAHllOW, WADK, GUTHRIE A CO.v Chartered Accountant. The electoral votes of the sttUrs men tioned In the ahove letter assured for McKlnley foot up 2410. The total num ber of electoral votes Is 447; necessary to a choice, 224. In 1888 the Popular vote for Cleveland was 5.5.18,533; for Harrison, 6.240,21(1; three other candidates received a large number of votes. Harrison's electoral vote was 233, Cleveland's 168. In 1892, Cleveland's popular vote wa 6,0f6,918; Harrison's 5,176,108. Cleveland' electoral vote was 277, Harrison' 145; Weaver, Populist, received a large popular vote and 22 electoral votes. ROYAL BaKing Powder. Highest ot all In leavening Strength V. a. Oovrnmnt Rtport ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that I have been appointed administrator of the estate of W. H. Ryan, deceased. All persons having claims 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, 18D. BPKCIAL OYSTERS FOR VOTERS, The New Style Chop House, No. 120 1.1th street, will offer special prices 'luring the next few days, for the bene fit of voters. Times are hard and prices have been established accordingly. Eastern oysters in any style will be served at 35 cents per dish. Hlioalwater Hay oysters, raw or stewed, 20 cents per dish. Cocktails, 10 cents. . JOS. TERP, Proprietor. Salfon Sea Salt for baths at the Estes-Conn Drug Store 10c and 25c per package. . Until Jmumry 1, 1S1I7, s im indiiamumt to urflutwM ol lU'iil KnUto, Iota in WARRENTON and Warrenton Park . . . will lo noll ivt greatly mlueml prfoot. Tins i the l;t eitunttHl property on tho wot . of the liny, within Htono'n throw of tho iloyot in Wi.rroi.toi., whVro 000 pfoplo ry now living. ..DOlVT FORGET... tlmt prices will mlvunci in a fow woolen. Now in your opportunity. Andrei will try again for th north pole In a balloon. Here Is a UHKstln f.ir the orator nd the presidency. All he nee li Is the balloon, lie ha got I" gas, Chicago Chronicle. Many political speakers, clergymen. singers, and other who u th Vole excessively, rely upon upon On Mlnut Cough Cur to prevent huklnes and laryngltl. II valu a a preventive I only equalled by H power to afford In stantaneous relief. Charles Roger. . H.-natr Hill will on Inks rank with "The iJtdy or the Tiger" as a first, clas aiid Impenetrable mystery. HI. Paul Pioneer Pre. The best chemical compound for washing powder I "Snap Foam." a It will not "yellow th clothe." nor burn the hands. It' th finest thing In th world for th bath. On trial will con vino you. Th pries or sliver I still going down, which la mor than ran be ld of llry an' silver argument Goshen (Ind.) Time. 8pd and sfty ar th watchwords of th ag. On Mlnut Cough Curt act speedily, safely, and never fall. Asthma, bronchitis, cough and cold are cured by It Charle Roger. It I a condition and not a theory that confront th llryanlt when thy turn their face toward th wheat mar ket. Mt. Louis Glob-Democrat Mr. Ik R. Pat to a, Rockford. writ-. "From personal experleno I can recommend D Witt' Kara part lla, a cur for Impure blood and gonaral de bility." Charles Roger. Hand I not making apevche much. but blandly gathering corn and pump kin and taking advantage of th. lis In wheat. riostiin Tranacrlpt. OABTOnXA. The m.hh ratio machine In Indiana I rapidly reaching the condition of old Junk.-Jmlsvlllv Times. D Witt' Witch Hnl Halve Is an an tlaeptlc soothing and healing applica tion for burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, etc. and cure piles 1110a msclc. It Instantly stops pain. Charles linger. WANTED. WANTED A good girl for general housework. Apply at tho Astorian of fice. WANTEDKltuatlon, by a woman. Good nurse, with references. Call or address, K. W 74 Astor street FOR JMCNT. FOR RENT Three of f ou r ne wl y tL r - nlahed rooms, suitable for housekeep ing. Apply to Mrs. G. V. Tortor, furni ture star. FOR RENT a front room nicely fur nlshed. Inquire 224 Bond street, city. FOR RENT Three or four furnished rooms, sultabl for light hoUso-keeplng. Inquire at Crow' Gallery. FOR RENT Three or four room. with board, Mr. E. C. Holden, corner 9th and Duane streets. FOR BALE. JAPANESE GOODS Firework - Just out Just received Just what you want at Wing Lee's, (43 Commercial street. Cedar Shingles SEASIDE LUMBER YARD, OFFICE J65 COMMERCIAL BT. J. A FAST ABEND, OENERAL CONTRACTOR, HOUSE, BRIDGE AND tCHARF BUILDER HOUSK MOVER. - Hoaa Mavlng Tl far Rent. ASTORIA OHEQON S. FrmmaN, UM of Fritmis ft Holntl. R. T. EAKLS, UM of Stockton Ol. --FOUNDRYriEN Blacksmiths, Machinists and Boiler Makers """Ms,'!? 1" Kinds of Machinery Iron and Brass Cantlngs Oeneral Blacksmith Work SPECIALTIES - Welch Patunt WhMl, Ship Smithing and Strambolt Work, Cannery and Mill Machinery. Marina and Stationary Boll en Built to Order. Specially equipped for lofrffera' work i Correipondence solicited ' i8th and Franklin. Phone 78 A8TOHIA IRON WORKS Coacomly St.. foot of Jacksos, Aatorla. General Machinists and Boiler Makesr Land and Marina Engines, Boiler work. Steam boat and Cannery Work a Specialty. Calling! of All Descriptions Mad to Order os 0 Short Notice. John Fox... .President and Superintendent A. L. Fox , Vlo President O. B. Prsei Bacratar) First National Bank, Treasure aft R. L. Boyle & Co. Real Estate LOANS AND INVESTMENTS COMMI2UCIAL. HT. "The Louvre" ASTOKU S (iOltUEOl'a ENTERTAINMENT MALL FLOOR ft Ml. 0f All klttd. Maawtae! Bat, mmniMi rmsr-cuss Good Order and Everybody's Rights THflTLV OlUKNVKW. ROSS HIGGINS & CO Qrocers, : and : Butchers AaUrla s4 Vy AM Teae d Cafe. Teele Derkaclee. tWetesB. 4 Tiefkel ttIH. Veteueles, Csee Heae, Is m, (t. Chok. Frtth and Salt Meat. 187s lAui Brothers, Sell ASTORIA Lubrkatln OILS A Specialty. Ship Chatululery, Hardware, Iron & StH,1, Coal, fJrooerie & Provim'tina, Flour Mill Few., Paints, Oils, Vitniinlu, LofrgiTH Supplies, Fiiirbttiik'u Sciilt'H, I)iMrH & WimlowH, Agrirultural Implement Vfngons & Vehicles. The Palace Cafe Is the Place for a Good Meal... Eastern Oysters.. Il the shell or csfl Served to Order or Sold at Rett II W. W. WHIPPLE THE PALACE .SNAP A KODAK. at any man ooralnf out o( our aur and you'll KM portnlt ot a man brlniBito over with pleasant UioiiKbt. Huoh quality In th liquors w hsTStooffsriresnouKht please so usa. COMff AND THY THEM HUGHES & CO. Emil Schacht AHCfttTECT GEO. NIC0LL. Assistant. OFFICE: Kopp's flew Brewery B.F.AllLlEtf&SOf. Wall Paper, Artiste' Materials, Paints, Oils, Glass, etc, Japanese Mettlii(S, Rugs and Bamboo Goods 365 Commercial Htreet. A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruit Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware, Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Toth and Commercial streets. SEASIDE SAWfalkli. A complete stock of lumber on hand In th rough or drsned. Flooring, rus tic, ceiling, snd all kinds of finish; mouldings snd shingles; also bracket work don to order. Terms ressonabl. and price at bedrock. All orders prompt!? attended to, Office snd yard) t mill. II. F. U LOGAN, Prop'r. eaild Oregon. ,