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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, Tl'ESDAY MORNING, NOVEMHEU 21, 18.
Misses, Youth's and Children's S IIOOL HOES Ladies' and Gents' Autumn Footwear Rubbers, Rubber Boots, Etc. Oar Osaa John Ilatin & Co WimitH 79 Commercial St. SIGNAL SERVICE REPORT. YESTERDAYS WEATHER. MARN etaoln aubeGof,-orty,debri;rea Maximum temperature, 45 degrees. Minimum emperature, S4 degree. Precipitation, .17 Inch. Total precipitation from September 1st, IS!, to date, !3. Inches. Excess of precipitation from Septem ber 1st, I4!, to date, S.7 Inches, TOCArS WEATHER. Portland. November . For Or? iron. rain. For Washington, rain or snow. TO KKADKRa.-Th "Dally Astorlsa' oatalM twice a Beer reading ullwr aa aay ether papr pabllahed la Aeterla. It . ! the aaly pa pr that, areseatt IU reader with a dally taleejTaitale tapart. TO ADTstRTIS-Ra, -The "Dally As- tertaa" ha mar thaa tarlee aa aaaay read' era a aay ether paper pabllehed la Aito rla. It la therefore aora thaa twice a rateable a aa adTrtIlng saediaaa. lata af Ora-oa. ( Coaaty af Clataep.i ' We, the aaderalsaed. laaal maaagara raapaetlraly af the TTeetera raloa aad raatal Telegraph eeaepaatea. heresy eer- tlrjr that tka "Dally Astertaa" U tka aaly papar pabllshed la Astoria wklek io re- eelves. ar at aay time daring ear eoatrol af aald lOm kaa taeelved. a telegraphic press repert. a.D. JOUXSON, Manager C T. Co. J. K. CLABK, If aaager Paatal Tal. Ca. AROUND TOWN. Greet cloak ssje at Shanahan Bros.' Piano for rent Grlffln & Read, City Book Etora. Ladies, don't look at Foard Stokea ad on first page. Money to Loan Aitorla Abstract, Title and Trust Co. - r .- . Councilman W. F. McGregor la visit ing on Gray's harbor. Leave your orders for Thanksgiving turkey at Foard ft Stokes.' Mr. Louis Numbers has recovered from an attack of measles. another's, the only candles In the city. C. B. Smith, solo agent Freeh herbs and Italian chestnuts for turkey dressing, at Foard ft Ctokes Co. Just take a loolc at C. B. Smith's famous Gunther candles. It will do you food. Don't forget to buy your frozen East ern oysters from the Pacific Commis sion Co. Born To the wife of C. E. Bain. Sat urday night November 21, 1S9S, a daughter. M. S. Jensen and J. Ackerstadt made final proof on their homestead claims yesterday. Novelties for stylish house dresses, 10 cents yard. Just received by lie All en ft McDonnell. Mr. George Whltaker. of Portland, was In the city yesterday, a guest at the Occident. Fancy Eastern apples, new crop rai sins, nuts, figs, mince meat etc Rosa, Higgins ft Co. If you want any Eastern oysters, leave your orders today at the Pacific Commission Co. For best cooking wines and brandies sweet and boiled cider, call at Foard ft Stokes Co.'s. THREE SIZES OF QUEEN HEAT ers now In stock and for sale only by Fisher Brothers. Pure apple elder Is very scarce. The Pacific Commission Co. have only a few gallons left Mackintoshes, perfect fitting winter wrappers. Jackets, wraps. Wholesale prices. Low Price Store. Dr. Howard's residence Is at 526 Com mercial street, over the "Spa." Night calls promptly attended. Dr. T. L. Ball, dentist. Teeth ex tracted without pain. Price reasonable. No. 562 Commercial street The Pacific Commission Co are offer ing bargains In syrup, molasses and honey. Call and get prices. The new Estes-Conn drug store at the corner of Exchange and 32nd street, is almost ready for occupancy. Don't pay ten and twelve dollars for air-tight stoves when you can get them for half the money at 431 Bond street. Queer t-rr. ; f-.r 1 n. I3uy a J -.-:. -i ;; :t Schil ling's Bj. I of ) ;;;: r grocer. If you don't it, tell him so, ar.J have your money .rain. It costs him nothing; we pay him. Not queer at all. It pays; for the tea surprises you more than the terms. A Scliillirr ft Company Sen rrancjace 411 In the polio court yesterday R. Linn, charged with having committed an In decent act, was found guilty and lined The Chamber of Commerce met last evening, but adjourned, owing to the absence of Judge Bowlby and othei members. "Rather Fopullstlc weather. sug- touted the Cheerful Idiot to a friend yesterday. "Huh?" "Somewhat fro ty," "Ohr Alt members of the Ladles' Guild arc requested to meet at the Hotel Tlhe Wednesday at 2 o'clock. Business of Importance, At the Bonbonnler Salted almonds. fresh on Thanksgiving morning, doltv erod to and part of the city. Give your orders early. The Glenmorag la still on the sand, but a steady strain Is kept on her ashore and It Is expected she will b floated In few days. Messrs. C. B. Haraden, J .W. Conn J. W. Welch, J no. Grlffln. and Pat Law ler were passenegrs for Portland on th Lurllne Sunday night. LOOK OUT for fraudulent telegraph' Ic news In the Astoria afternoon papers. None of these papers receives on line of outside news by telegraph. The Republicans will hold primaries tomorrow to select delegates to the con vention which nominates candidates for the council. The latter body meets on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Van Dusen went to Portland Sunday night, where Mr. Van Dusen was summoned to attend the Parelll waterworks case In the United States court. The New York World says that Sen' a tor Mitchell will be appointed secre tary of the Interior. The Eastern pa pera will insist upon having Oregon In Mr. McKlnley's cabinet. Don't forget that the Low Price Store has the only perfect fitting wrappers. the handsomest line of jackets and capes, and Is selling them t wbolssale prices. 491 Bond street The costumer engaged for the Red Men's masquerade ball on Thanksgiv ing eve has arrived In the city and may be consulted at Herman Wise's old stand on Bond street The contested election case between Messrs Herren and Elliott will be tried at Chehalls on December 2. The ques tion involved Is one affecting the regu larity of Mr. Elliott's nomination. The Western Union's gang of ten men kho were called to Portland Saturday to repair damages done to the wires dur ing the recent storm, returned to work on the Eeaslde extension this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ttmson selebrated the first anniversary of their wedding last evening. About fifty friends were entertained. Numerous congratulatory telegrams were received by the young couple. Mr. I. McDonnell, of the firm of Me Allen & McDonnell, is down from Port land for a few days. Mr. P. H. Mc Donnell, who has been In charge of the local establishment leaves for Port' land In a few days to select a line of holiday goods. The steamer Wenona brought several horses over from Deep river yesterday and while she was loading one, more frisky than the rest took It upon him self to Jump into the icy Columbia. Af ter a good deal of trouble the horse was made to swim aschore. The Cortnne Opera Company will open the Columbia Opera House on the evening of December 10. There are thir ty-six members In the troupe, which has met with great success In Califor nia. Corlnne played here last season and drew a large crowd. Mr. D. McPherson, who is engaged in the engineering department of the Astoria and Columbia lver Railroad, re turned from Rainier yesterday morning. The severe weather of the past few weeks has seriously Interfered with work on the construction of the line. Captain Steele, of the Hawksdale, has his wife and children with him on this voyage, and one of the pretty sights of the streets Sunday afternoon was the three little girls in blue sailor suits ac companied by one of the sailor lads, who was aa proud of his charge as a peacock on a sunshiny day. "Good morning, Mrs. Jones; where are you going so early?" "I am going to the 'Pat Market" to buy my Thanks giving turkey." "Why do you go there, Mrs. Jones? Don't you know Pat is Irish?" "That's all right, but It is the only place in town I can buy a good,! corn-fed turkey, brought all the way from the East especially for Thanks giving." Judge Gray returned Saturday from the Walluski, whither he had gone to examine the bridge Just east of Krosel's farm. He found that It was in a di lapidated condition, being almost Im passable. The structure has been in use for the past eight or ten years. A ,new bridge, sixty-six feet long and roiirteen feet wide, will be built imme diately. The road will be closed to traffic probably Wednesday afternoon and part of Thursday. A movement is on foot among some prominent timber men in Cathlamet to recover the logs which have drifted on Clatsop beach since the last freshet and bring them by the railroad to As toria to be manufactured here or raftr-d up the river. This Is an undertaking which would not have been possible before the railroad was completed Into Astoria. The men who are Interested In It are thoroughly in earnest and It will undoubtedly be carried to an suc cessful conclusion. e Three persons Hied certificates of can didacy for councilman with Auditor and Police Judge Nelson yesterday. They are Albert Selfeldt, Third Ward; Thomas Dealy, Second Ward, and Isaac Bergman, First Ward. All are Inde pendent candidates and are nominated by petition. Today Is the last day on which Independent candidate can file certificates of candidacy, but party nominees ar given five days longer, or until Saturday. Mr. Bergman has rep- resented the First Ward for the past eight years; Mr. Dvatey has held numer ous public offices, and Mr. Slofoldt was on the police fore for a long time. The election promises to be rather Interest Ing. The Staters of the Holy Names of Mary and Jesus will hold a fair at the convent on Franklin avenue on Decern ber lfl, 11 and 12. Many beautiful and useful articles will be offered for sale. It Is customary to hold fair for the aid of new Institutions, the articles of fered for sale being the handiwork of the good sisters all over the country, This will be a rare opportunity for As- torians to secure some very beautiful needlework, a number of the article having been sent to the sisters from different branches of the order In the Eastern and Southern states. Many new designs In sofa pillows will 'h on exhibition; embroidered satin, damask and silk and roseleaf and lavnder cushions from the sunny South: also many beautiful pieces of hand-palnt.'d china and embroidered linen. Elegant Christmas presents can be procured at the fair. There were three cases In the Justice's court yesterday. Charles Toung, John Doe and Richard Roe were arrested on complaint of Clinton ft Stons, accused of larceny. Complainant alleges that, during the recent storm, a boom belong ing to the firm broke loose and that some of the logs were picked up by th defendants, who used them for fire wood. The case was set for hearing Wednesday. Mr. Busman, who Is al ways In trouble, figured In two casea It appears that Susman made a bar gain with a man named Teter Wage for three steers, but that, before the mon ey, was paid. Wage changed his mind and took the "catties," as Susman said, from the latter' slaughter house. Yes terday morning Susman went to Wage's house to see about th affair and wound up by assaulting him. Wage had him arrested for assault and bat tery and Susman was fined $20. Then Susman swore to a complaint charging Wage with larceny. It sem that when they made the deal Wag was to use somt of Susman ' bay to feed his stock, and that the latter consid ered that part payment and, therefore, that Wajre was guilty of larceny In taking the cattle. Susman was th only witness and, while undergoing cross- examination by Attorney G. C. Fulton, the Utter suggested that Susman had himself been guilty of larceny, or that. at least. It had been so published. Sus man did not deny the charge; In fact he admitted It; but he said. he had never been caught and was therefore Innocent until proved guilty. Susman lost this case, also, and was taxed wun tne costs. CLASH OF COLORS. James Dunne and James Brown De- mollsh Eash Others' Countenances. It may sound strange, but If black and white are mixed a true red will be produced. If you don't believe It- read! Saturday night, some time after old Sol had climbed down the golden west, James Dunne started out to have a time. Well, he had It. From what ran be learned James became soaked that is, saturated with vile compounds. While in this condition he strolled Into Commercial street saloon and became Involved In an altercation with an Indi vidual known aa "The Jack of Clubs." Dunne was ejected from the booxe con servatory, but he was looking for more bother. He found It. One would never suppose It from his name, but James Brown Is an Ethiopian black as the ace of spades. Now, It transpires that Mr. James Dunne ran up against Mr. James Brown. Dunne suggested that he could, with compara tive ease, wipe the face of the earth with Brown, all of which the latter re sented. The result was a conflict of colors. The fight took place on the cor ner of Bond and 12th streets. Round 1 Brown adopted ru.hlng tac tics, forcing his opponent Into the mid dle of the street. The negro swung with his right, landing about six Inches to the right of Dunne's left ear. Dunne came back and landed his mit on Brown's head. Then thpy mixed mat ters up considerably, and at the end of the round the negro had the best of It. Round 2 Dunne came up smiling, but Brown rushed him, landing heavily with his left and right. Dunne sparred for an opening and, thinking he saw one In the negro's head, punched at It. Brown, anticipating Dunne's move, opened his mouth and almost swallow ed his opponent's fist. Then the ebony Individual forced matters and had Dunne breathing at the nose and mouth when the gong sounded. Rond 3 Brown saw that he had his man going and got his ear caught In his mouth trying to smile. Dunne took advantage of the negro's predica ment and started In to do him. But Brown, preferring disfiguration to anni hilation, bit off his ear and went at it. Dunne didn't get In a blow. At the end of the round It was conceded that Dunne was undone. Round 4 Dunne displayed wonderful recuperative powers and sailed Into the negro like a madman. He drove his right and left Into Brown's face and the latter retreated to the other side fasquerade Costumes Those who anticipate attending the Red Men's masquerade ball on Thanksgiving eve can procure ele gant costumes by placing orders with Miss Florence McMullen, Room 7, Mansell Bldg. Prices rea sonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Fine Turkeys Geese and Chickens For Thanksgiving Leve Your Orders Early With Ross, Higgins & Co. of the street. Dunne 'followed and swung again, knocking Krown down and Into the gutter. Then he Jumped on top of him and began beating him unmercifully. Brown was In a pretty bad fix. Hound the corner never dreaming of colored light, stood Officer Kinnott, Brown was taking his medicine silently and the officer was not aware of the des perate battle In progress only a block away. Some one told him, and, running to the scon, he found the fourth round still going on. In some way Dunne had pinioned Brown's hands and with his light was raining blows on his fallen adversary. Mr. Slnnott quelled the dis turbance and took both men to Jail Brown was all shot to pieces. So was Dunne. Wheq the officer searched Brown he found two raiors on him. Why he didn't use one of them la mystery. In the police court yesterday both men appeared before Judge Nelson. As they had been In Jail two days he let them down easy, fining them 15 each This will keep them In Jail two days longer, and thus Justice will be satis fled. THEIR NOVEL EXPERIENCE. Two Young Women Prepare Speeches and Sermons to Order. From the St Louis Republic. Two enterprising young women from a Missouri town have launched a novel business enterprise In this city. They are bright young women who have had a varied business and pro fesnlonal experience. Rnd they propose to bring to bear upon their late ven ture the wisdom resulting from the experience. One of them is a graduate of the Missouri normal school and has occupied the post of principal In a village school. She has served as the ln-ul agent of an Insurance company and Incidentally has done some inert- torionus work In the line of short stories for standard mngaxlnes. The other wus graduated from St. Theresa's convent in Kansas City, and has acted na amanuensis for a man of literary and political note and managed a monthly Journal devoted to reform movements. The first young lady Is editor and the latter business manager of the new concern. The ladles have sent out circulars In which they offer to "prepare essays, sermons and speeches." They offer to "revise and copy manuscripts," and to "exchange advertisements ami manu scripts." They "solicit correspondence with newspapers, periodicals and mag azines," and state that "advertisements are contracted for with reform and college papers." "Our business will be done chiefly with college and reform papers." said the business manager to a Sunday He- public man. "We Intend to make a specialty of the preparation of gradua tion essays and orations. A great many students would rather pay for them thun take the trouble to prepare them." 'And what about sermons?" was asked. "We have prepared some and expect to get up others," said the business manager, "but, of course, all our .bus iness Is strictly confidential." The ladles live In cosy bachelor maid apartments In the West End, and th re is no end of nineteenth century atmos- phe.-e about their charming quarters. They are proud of being new women, and the business manager referred with something that strongly resembled pride to her one time assocltlon with the Kaweah settlement a socialist oni ony once located In Tulare county, Cal ifornia, and now defunct, but which numbered among Its members Edward Bellamy and B. O. Flower. A HALLELUJAH CONCERT. There Ib a treat In store for every one that will go to the Salvation Army on Thursday night and listen to the different musical selections rendered by different members on different Instru ment'. Don't miss It. Coffee and cake will be served after meeting. Admis sion free to all. TO ft KE A COI.D IN ONE DAT Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If It falls to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Druggist. As a cabinet maker McKinley has sense enough to attend to his own Job and he Is doing It. . Salton Sea Salt for baths at the Estes-Conn Imip Store 10c and 23c per package. Prosperity and good wages are surely coming, but all the same, don't spend your money until you get It. The U. S. Oov t Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. It Is pretty safe to prophesy winter. a wet Coffee 6c, Woodcock's, (74 Com'l St. McKinley and Columbia Harbor Land Co. CORNER... BOND and ELEVENTH STS. Mans on application. UEIVULICAN 1MUMAHY TION. K1.KC- Notice Is hereby given that a Prlmaty Election will be held In th City of Astoria, on Wednesday. Novemler SMh, IS!, to elect 45 delegates to th ltyHil llcan city convention to be hld on Friday. November 2Tth, ISM, at the city Hall, at 3 o'clock p. m. for th pur pose of nominating on councilman from each want for the coming election. Polling place. 1st VardKeue En gine house (15 delegates). Judges A. It. Cyrus, H. . Ferguson, Martin Johnson. Polling place, !d Ward-Welch Bros.' otllce (1.1 delegates). Judges Jas. W. Welch, August Nelson, Martin Foard. Polling place, 3d ward OITlc. of W, F. McGregor (1( delegates). Judges W. F. McGregor, O. F. Morton, John Euberg. Polls will be opened from 1 p. m. till i p. m. By order of the City Central Com mittee. CHAS. II. STOCKTON. Secretary. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that I havs been appointed administrator of th estat of W. H. Ryan, deceased. All persons having cUhni against said es tate must present th. same to me at Astoria, within six months from th dat. hereof. All persona Indebted to said estat ar hereby notified to pay said Indebtedness to me, forthwith. . F. J. CARNEY. Astoria, Or., October S, 1S9& FIRE ALARM BOXES. Box S-Trulllnger's Mill. Box t Astor and Seventh street Box 7 Ninth and Duane. Box 8 Commercial and Fifteenth. Box -CIatsop Mill. Box 12 Car Stables. Box 14 McGregor's Mill. OUR CORNER. A gentleman's resort, at corner of Hond and Twelfth streets. The finest brands of liquors and cigars always on hand. Call and try us. ANDERSON A PETERSON, In some parts of the East Ihers la snow a foot deep and still It Is not win ter time yet. OABTOIUA. n ru tin BfUl Use Welifoot Corn Cure. No cure no pay. tor sale at Es tes-Conn Drnjr Sfore. BREMNER & HOLMES Telephone No. Blacksmiths Special Attention Paid to Steamboat Re S Hiring, orsenhoeing. Eta. LOGGING CAfRP (DORK A SPECIALTY 107 OI.NKY ST., bet. 3d and 4th. Fisher's Opera House L. E. 8ELIO, Manager. The tirnitoHt .Trent Kvor Known in Astoria. Thursday and Friday November 26 and 27 Special Saturday Afternoon Matinee. GRAU :OPERA: COMPANY Presenting the following Repertoire: Thursday "PAUL JONES" Friday "TAR AND TARTAR" Saturday Matinee BEGGAR STUDENT" Powerful Chorus. GRAU'S OWN ORCHESTRA Seats, 50c and $1 nm Bheet finnnn at the New York Nov. elty Store Wednesday morning, Novem ber 26, at 9 o'clock. F. B. Morgan PASSENOER AOENT 0. R. & N. Company Columbia Rlvsr Routs 254 Washington St. Portland, Or. Cor. Third Good Times! IVoplo who have Won lumnling uwiiy tlioir money iiro now buying Warrenton and Warrenton Park Remember that prices on the, lots, side of the bay, within a stone's throw people, are now living, will be advanced MASQUERADE BALL jE: Concomly Tribe, No. 7 Imp. Order of Red Men will give a bull TlmnkHgiving ovo. It will bo a niiixqueriKlc ball, a largo bull, uikI brilliantly colored bull, fed. Following Are First prise Best dressed lady, an ele gant toilet set. Second prii Best sustained lady character, Japan tea set. First prise Host dressed gentleman, meerschaum pip. Hecond prise Pest sustained gentle man character, silk umbrella. Astoria and Columbia River Railroad TIME CARD. Trains leave Seaside for Astoria at 7:30 a m. and 1 p. m. dally. Trains leave Astoria for Klavel at I a. m. and 4 p. m. dally. Trains leave Astoria for Seaside at 10:30 a m. and 4 p.m. dally. Trains leave Flavol for Astoria at MO a. m. and 1:68 p. m. dally. IS73 iSgf Fisfjer Brothers, Lubricating OILS A Specialty. ' Sell ASTORIA Ship Chandelory, Hardware, I run it Steel, Coal, ( IroeerieH & ProvifliotiH, Flour it Mill Feed, Paints, Oils, Varnishen, Loggers Supplies, Fairhank'a Scales, Doors it Windows, Agricultural Implement Wagons it Vehicles. The Succcessor ...To the Oregon Trading Co. Has made such deep cuts in the prices of goods that they don't need to make auction now to raise money. The people have found it out from the harguins they are getting at private sale. We are not yet out of the woods. We must raise $4,000 hy the 10th of December, and to continue tho rush ho that the amount can eas ily be raised we will sell from 30 to 50 per cent he low actual value until the amount is raised. ..6oo Commercial Street.. "The Louvre" aSTORU'S gorgeous ENTERTAINMENT HALL 8 FI.OOKS Fine Manic flames af All Kinds. Two Macnllleeiit llsrs. EVERYTHING rillST-CUSS Good Order and Everybody's Rights BTKCITLV OHNKKVKI. The Palace Cafe Is the Place for a Good Meal... Eastern Oysters la the shell or con Served to Order or Sold at Retail W. W. WHIPPLE THE PALACE Now Is Your Opportunity .LOTS .At Special Prices which sr. Ill best situated on th was. of th Warrenton depot, and wher WO- January 1, !M7. the Prizes: Th prises ar now on exhibition ta the Rstrs-Oonn show window. Tickets, II, Ladles n niasqu. (res, Bpeelators, M cents. A costumer from Portland la now her and ran ! seen at Herman Wlss's old stand on Bond streat. WANTtlX WANTED A competent lrl for n eral housework. Apply at No. 104 Astor street, from I to 6 p. m. FOR HINT, Four room to rent. HI F.ichajiia street. Adolph Johnson. FOR BENT-Seven room house, No., !0 Commercial street, corner Btxth treat. Apply to T. I. Dunbar, Court, hous. FOU RENT- A front room nlvely fur nished. Imiulre J:4 Iiond street, city. FVU RF.NT Three or four furnished; moms, suitable for ltnht housekeeping.. Imiulre at Crow's Oalb-ry. FOH ItF.NT-Thra or four rooms, with board. Mrs. E. C. Ilolden, cornsr 9th and Punne streets. FOH BALK. ALL KINlS OK FANCY AND JAP ANrHU (looils for Christmas and th i holidays, at Wing Ix-c's, 643 Commer lelnl street. . . Cedar Shingles BKAfllDR 1,1'MHKlt YAnr, OFFICE 35fi COMMERCIAL BIT NORTH PACIFIC Steamship Company's STEAMER UHT, Will be dispatched from Portland, Or egon on or about November t, '.H'Jt, on the route from that point to the Co qullle Itlvir, tourhlnc at all Interme dial points aa Inducements offer, anil will remain permanently on that route making rexulur trips. For rates or other Information apply at ofltoes of the company, Worcester Illork, Portland. Oregon, or 121.123 Da vis street, Han Francisco. NEIL GILMOIU3. Agent, Main Street Dock. Aitorla. .SNAP A KODAK. at any man oomliw out ol our stort and you'll set portrait of a man lirlinnihm over with pleasant thotixlit. Much qiikilty In the liquor we hire to offer are siiiiukIi to plesa any man. COMB AND THY THEM HUGHES & CO. S. FWFMAN, lata of Frnman A llolmaf. B. T. bAKLi, lata ol Stockton Cat. FOUNDRYHEN Blacksmiths, Machinists and Boiler Maker M,nu'CiX" fll1 Kinds ol Iflaohinery Iron and Brass Casting Uoneral Blacksmith Work SPECIALTIES -W.lch Ptnt Wh.l. Ship Smithing and Steamboat Work. Cannery ana Mill Machinery. Marina and Stationary Boil ers Built to OrJ.r. Specially xiulpprd for locgera' work CorreaponJenca lulkltcd 1 8th end Franklin. Phone 78 A.8TORIA IRON WORKS . Concomly St., foot of Jackson, Aitorla. General Machinists and Boiler Makesr Land and Marina Engines, Boiler work, Staaa boat and Canntry Work a Specialty, Ceittafe of All Daacrlptlona Made to Order oa Short Notice. John Foi.... President and Superintendent A. L. Fox Vloe President O. B. Prael Seoretary . First National Bank, Treasurer - COLUMBIA IRON WORKS