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THE DAILY ASTOtflAN, SUNDAY MORNING, KOVfiMhKH 21, 1897.
t Try Our ... Honey Molasses THE Kisses ...spa Ladies' Shoes Cork Soles Win! Winter Shoe Crack Proof f Box cir. Seal Shoes tn Button and Lace. Our good, ar. -wiarrantcd. 479 John Commercial Pa Street HaHn & 10. Leave Orders it1i ROSS, HIGGItiS & CO. -For TURKEYS, GEESE, CHICKENS Aid Everjtbiog Accessory to a Good Thanksgiving Dinner Japanese am Chinese Curios.. Manufacturer of Ladies .and Children's Underwear Silk Fancy Goods Fine Decorated Chinawarc Special Attention given tOHll order for any style of Ladles' Wrap and Underwear, guar anteed perfect lit. CHAS. KAN & CO. 367 Commercial St- NOTHING BETTER FOR SCHOOL WEAR ftUISTERtB COLUMBIA SHOE CCOIPANT TODAY'S WEATHER. Rain or snow, fresh southerly wind changing to north or east, with moderate gales. AROUND TOWN. SUNDAY. Do not offer to God the great things you dream of, but the little things you can do. Try Schilling's Best tea sad baking powder. E. G. Dime, Spokane; H. D. Ferguson, Portland; Captain Matt Eggleston, Maple, dale, are at the Parker bouse. A flurry of enow whitened the hills yesterday morning and a heavy frost occurred last night, making quite a re spectable wintery appearance In the city, NOTICE: The public should renr-m. ber that there Is but one original, air tlghth. Queen heater In the market, and that Fisher Bros, are th exeluslv. As toria agents. Largest and most complete assortment of air-tight heaters In tine city. All the kinds advertised In this paper may be seen and compared at our store, then your .election will be satisfactory to you. Foard & Stokes Co. A surprise party was given Miss Ada Jordan last evening. Those present were Ella Hare, Maud Harris, Lizzie Sehimp ferman, Lena Smith, Hazel Stockton, Fay Andrews, Martha Duffy. Nina Jor dan, Harold Jordan. Miss Hansen fa vored them with music while they were enjoying their luncheon. 1 Delicious! Schilling's Best tea to o with biscuits made with Schillings Best baking powder. No harm in jam though; but the jam has got to be awfully good to go with such biscuits and tea. -A 6itilii & Company .. -Z - -' San r nncixo 2?X J51ILi aa'""ufil 1& Li UNUtRMSOWN PCRS OHM. MVtMtNT HUMAN IQQO PILL .1 . ttun ACTS GAPTIVATINS THE fhTELLiGEE Gf EVERY Cin. E. A. DeYo Is agent for Soda Mint Hum. To wear diamonds chew Soda Mint. Mrs. J. O. Megler, of Brookfiold. Is In the city. The telephone line to Vort Canby was down ytrdu.y. LADIES' CASHMERE GLOVES, CENTS, AT DUNBAR'S. Bicycle and repair shop at IS Ninth street. Charges reasonable. Born On November . to the wife of Alex Penttlla, daughter. Ask for sample of Chase Sanborn's famous teas, at Ross, Hlgg.ns & Co. s. Our prices ar tb. lowest In th. dty. Call and se. us. Pacific Grocery Co. New novelty silk and dress goods at the great special sale of 'Mf Allen & Mc Donnell. At the Dubllc bowling alleys yesterday M. F. Hordes ty was high man with a score of 67. P. J. Meanr. the leading merchant tailor. 137 Tenth St. The highest price paid for fur skins. At the IA. Ft C alleys yesterday H. Wise soorwl 61, being almost as hish a score as Cooper's of Friday, which was 67. Miss Nettle Tuttle's visit to her old homo Is appreciated by her many friends. It Is understood that she will remain a month end will be the guest of Mrs. F. A. Fisher during that time. The tug Relief towed the Dacca down to the mouth of the river yesterday, but while the bar was smooth, the wind was wrong and jnoibfr gale was blowing outside, so she was towed buck to Ft. Stevens. A great many useful and beautiful articles suitable for Xmas ptvsents wlK be for sale Tuesday evening. November 2S, at the Prebyterlan church. Remm they also have home-made cakes, Jel'.l-s and candy. Another lot of Quewis were taken from Fisher's yesterday. Many were In from the country, notwithstanding the stormy weather, purcha.sing Thanksgivng sup plies, and all tin merchants reported a heavy day's business. Capt. Geo. W. Pope, Lloyd's surveyor, said last night that the Flintshire would be ready for sea this morning. She suc ceeded in taking an nearly WO tons of wheat, or full T.pacity. and Is loaded down to her free board. HARPER Whiskey on your sideboard proves your taste Is ecrreet. It proves also that you are doing your dirty to your guest and to yourselfkeeping the finest whiskey obtainable. Sold by Foard & Stokes Co., Astoria, Oregon. Try an oyster stew, for 23 c nts, at the Parlor, next door to H-ahn's shoe store. Fresh oysttrs always on hand; In any style, or deliver 'd by the pint or quart, at 25 and CO Dents, re spectively, In any part of the city. All ask is an order and we will deliver your oysters on Thanksgiving morning. Oysters 2D cents a pint. Fresh Baltimore oysters, California nhrlmp and lobsters at moderate prices. Place your order at once. Eatock Oyster Parlors It was learned yesterday that the n: gineer of the steamer O. K. had gotten hlrrself into difficulty by changing his license papers without going through In formality of applying to the department. The penalty is t.V fine, or forfeiture or both. On the r-turn of the family of C. S. Wright from dinner at the Oocldrvt ho tel on Friday evening, it was found that some miscreant had entered th hous during their absence, hut after ransack ing a number of drawers left without trikl.-.g any plundtr of much value so far as could be ascertained. R. M. Oiston "mi: In from the N'-ha-lem y-st('Ply arid assisted mall carrier Jack Corcoran to bring In the firt mall since the s'jorm. Part of the trip ha1 to be made on foot, as the road w.ih too rough for a horse. Men are at work, however, repairing the rond from both ends and another force from OIney will soon go to go work. Shoemakers are now frequently cille.l UKn to fasten two little strips of rublier acrow the sole of baWes' shoes at the bill of the foot. This is don to obviate the constant tendency to slip back that attends the babies' Initial efforts at learning to walk. Every one who has r.otW-d a baby taking lis flrt erratic steps from chair to chair, slipping back until the soles are worn as smooth as glars. ami has felt his own ankles ache with sympathy at the strain, will count this idea worthy general adoption. i MSHER'S OPERA HOUSE.... X..V. HKI.It Iah' and Manager WV.F.K COM MKNt'lNll Monday, Nov. 22 THK WHEAT Mc Ewen Th.. lut.tllvmmitHm bv telephone. Feature of sit fwuuivs-'ll.vpiiotle balloon SMVtlSlOll. line lh hvmiollciil testa. A beautiful mental plsy, lu'm Inn Hie power of mliut ovvr matter. Nolle the mental and morel development bv hypnotism. The limit murder trial, coil i'slliu oi lodge, lurv. Iiiwyers. detectives, re porters, ele. Mirnltftc, amusing. Iiulruollw. lioek birnklmc test myMltlcs the scientists, limit ImiwI will uiiikc vim roar. Investigate; nuMllati-; think and laugh n never before. Admlwilou-Reserved seat. and SOc; gl ler.v, J.V. Seat sale opens Hatunlny morning at t.rlffln A lieou . Want a $100 bike? Chew Soda Mint. For your stomach' sake chew Soda Mint. I Hot Scotch mid liot Tom and J.'iry nt the Ohio. Groceries at the lowest prices at th. Pacific Grocery Co. LADIES' SILK MITTENS. CENTS TO HW AT DUNBAR'8. LAMBS WOOL SLIPPER SOLES, CENTS, AT DUNBAR'8. Special sal of canes anil Jackets this wevk at McAlbxi t MuMine!l. For real life-like and artistic photos, call on Snodgrass, th. fotografsr. Umbrellas covered and repaired by a practical workman, at 1S5 Ninth street. CHILDREN'S WOOLEN MITTENS. 15 CENTS PER PAIR. AT DUNBAR'S. Hugh Glenn, of The Dulles, and one of the railroad contractors. Is In the olty. Mr. Frank Giuwi will leave tomorrow for Son Francisco on a short pleasure trip. You cm always find the best cream-ry butter and sweet, fresh cream at th. Parlor. Grandma Tyron Is very 111 at the rsl. dene of her daughter, Mrs. A. A. Here, luid. N'elsov Bisseberg. who was burn-M out of his home a few day's ago, has moved into No. !4 Third street. All dress goods will Iw s.4d this week nt lesss truin manufacturer' price t McAIIen & McDonnell. Dry fir slab wood for sale. Ast.irla Land 4 Investment Co., Commercial and Eighth streets. TeJelphone 99. Several Assembly partly have ten nr rang.1 for a. little later hi the sison. which promises to tie a gay one. New crop dried fruits, new crop raisins, figs and assorted nuts all extxra fine quality, at Ross, Higglns & Co. The rush this cold weather for the Cole air-ticht heaters at Hawks' old it.ind keeps Jim Ijiws and the boys very busy. TVm I.lnville yesrerday bought a flock of fin geese which he Isi training fur packing over Chilkoot PnsB In the spring. A very pleasant young folks party was given last evening by Mine Maggie, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Higglns. Rrge S. Dtllman. of 8tut Francisco. consulting engineer of oontractors Hon- eym-in, I Hart & Glenn, Is In the city. C. G. Palmberg, the leading contractor and builder. Is prepared to do all kinds of Jobbing and building work; 471 Duane street Lieut. Sturdnvant finisher! his examina tion at one o'clock Friday, and the papers, 50 sheets, were sent to Wash 'ngton. Plum pudding, cranberries, sweet cider and a large line of other seasonable stap'.e and fancy groceries ait Ross, Hig glns & Co. A wow load of lumber of 100,000 feet arrived yest'-nlay from the Goble mills. Sixty thousand feet is for the. railroad company. Thn last report from the cape lasi night was that another gale was blowing the velocity of the wind being 48 mb-s per hour. George S. Dillmcm, San Francisco; H. f;i.-rin, The Dalles; Jam-S Hislop, Port land; F. G. Nb holle, bark Dacca, are at tho Occident. The attention of th- ladles of Astoria Is Invited to the display advertisement of the old reliable house of C. If. Cooper In twlay's Astorian. The Itulles" bazar In aid of the F.pls copal church, on the evening of Decem ber 2, will V- held In the sior- formerly occupied by J. L. Osgood. B. B. Pague, observer of the weather bureaui Isis Issued his fourth bi-- nnla.l rejort, which is a large, comprehensive and carefully edited document. As a rule, after a heavy .blow, there are a numlier of vessels to arrive In port, but yesterday only two nut In an appear ance the State and the Vld'tte. Cyrus Noble Old P.ourbon Whiskey ls the only American whiskey of Interna tional repnttatlon. It Is bo-tHed only after It has been six years in casks. Its flavors are developed by perfect storage In heated warehouses, and this Is whart make It delicious In cocktails.' ' The Woman'. chire will Ih ikshsVJ In ilw Ulmu-y room hwlii,v, mtor 1. 11m usual nilis will govern artMtHi liu-el on oxmmlsln. Fvr fur- th.c mfirnttlii njtly at (he library. Th lightship No. :, which Iwt her big anchor and Itil fathoms of oablo In the nwnl gale, the iun having smuM1"' at tho hnw pipe, was coiilcd up t the bunkers yostenliiy, rttlllil with suiltt ami water, at! If tb wealhvr permits will Ih towed Nick to her station nt sea at o'clock this 4tiortiitg. Herman llcimke, K. Ilnslrvnt. F. lllalsdell. Young's llxrr; D.ivld Kcefe, )M Hkdfiw, lIVtiT Nuffi'l, IVuigH pvsj; Win Athlers.wv J'li JuuttU.l. lvi River; C. VMw.m, A. AylrmMV, W. J. lyer. t-wts iuM Clarke; II. J nklns. Si-ariwiM head; Howell l-wls. John Day; James llrown, Ku.ii,i; Miss Hall. Ktu)iptv were visitors In (he city yeslsTlay. lit lt of !tw ithi-tllent weiither, qulto a number of is(d gatheivd nt the Rescue temik r.inco hall lust evciitint. A slvurt inwr,im ivnslstlng of sings, rec itations and Uutrumctt(til mulo wss wil render!. Theivt will JKt be any nxvtltig next Salunlny, as the Salvation Army expect on of their liMdlttit lunts and will sine a loiH-h mi lhat nlgld Mrs. C W. Shlv.iy. Mrs. Il.iswortli nnJ ltrcy Adams wcro tippxlnlnl ivn tie ngram fr I"siiiIt II. Officers h the scrVe who ha known Oaplaln Tuttle. of the cutter Bear, r years. h-ny that Tuttlo huII Ii- any posslbl reluctaiHf to uihlertiike the r'. Ilef expedition to the Anile wnui. No mor etllietit oftlir l tn the jorxi.e luul he h i tl IntlnKitc ktko bole of tlm region to N visited. Ills siiixilott by tho V virtmeit shows wh.it the of. tidal think of htm. and as to tlw in. tlmation that he la a frequetiter of bar rooms there Ls no truth In it whatever. Tl'' Wltard OU V.'s entertalnltig amiKomitiit comimny kist night clonal otto of the most suco'ssfiil weeks .it Fisher's oi'r.v Ihiis In the history of ttn-atrtail performance Hi this city. Orowd.sl houses with the nightly sign of standing room only attested the popular ity of the "funny little man." The children and their mothers, uncles, cou. Ins and aunts made themselves sick with laughter at the matinee yest-rday, while tho evening performance drew as l.irg" a crowd as ever. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. Pursu..nt to a call of the ch ilrmati .Dr. J. A. Kulton. the republlcin citv con vention nu t at the olty ball at I p. m yesterday. Os motion W. I R.iM, s-tis ebvte.l chairman without opposition, and Harry D. Gray whs unanimously i-hoS'-n se:--retary. On motion a orninnitteo on rrcdentlaN was apxlntl. I'onslsting of D. McLean. Frank I Parker and Jam Ke.irnry A rrv.ss of ten minutes was t ikti to allow the committee on rreilcnti.il to rnxrt. The committee tep.irb-1 favor, ably on the il.dnr.ites with the exception of three proxies. On motion the rersirt was aibipte.1 The chair then ap)lnt.'l a committi1. of tbr on or.lcr of busl. Tii'SS. iswis4stliur of II. 11. Fcrgumn, A C. Cillan and I.ud1g Iirs.-n. On motion the following commit ti on platform was apiioinled by the chairman' Dr. A. I.. Fulton. W. T. S.iiofl.1,1 and A. Brlx. Th- committee mi onlor of biielne refiort.l as follow: That a committee of three, one from mch war!. 1e np. pointed by the ibdegates from each ward to select tjh-i name of a coun.ilm.in to place before tho convention at its next meeting to be held next Frl.lav. J. W. Welch thought We.lnes.hiy would be late enough, but It was finally deidi! b meet on fiturl..y at 10 a. m. CATARRH OF THE STOMACH. A Pleasant. Simple, but Safe and Ef f'tiual C'ire for It. Catarrh of the stomach has long been considered tho next thing to Incurable. Tho usual symptoms urn a full or bloat ing sensitlon after eating, accompanied som-ilmes with sour or watery risings, a formation of gases, causing pressure on the heart anl lungs and difficult breath ing: headiu-hes, fickle appetite, nervous ness and a general plnyeii out, languid feeling. There Is often a foul taste. In the mouth, coated tongue, and If the Interior of the str.ia'h could tie seen It would show a slimy. Inflamed condition. The cure f or this common and obstinate trouble I found In a treatment which causes the food to be, readily, thoroughly digested before it has time to ferment and Irritate the delicate mucous surfaces of the stomach. To secure a prompt and healthy digestion is the one necessary thing to do and when normal digestion Is securtd the catarrhal condition will have disappeared. Accopllng to Dr. Hnrianson the safest and best treatment Is to use after each meal ,i tablet, corr.posed of diastase, asep. tic, pepsin, a little nnx. Golden Seal and fruit ai I. Tnese tablets can now be found at all drug stor'-s under the name of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and not be ing a patent medlcno can be used with perfect safety and assurance that healthy appetite and thoroi.gh digestion will fol low their regular use after meals. Mr. N. J. Bo-iher. of 2710 Dearborn street, Chicago, 111., writes: "Catnrrh Is n loc.-il condition resulting from a n'g I'.ted cold In the head, wr hereby the lin ing membrane of the nose V-comes In -flamed and the poisonous discharge there, from passing backward Into the throat reaches the stomach, thus producing ca tarrh of the stomach. Medical author ities prescribed for me for three years for catarrh of stomach without cure, but today I am the happiest of men nf'rr using only one box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. I cannot find appropriate words to express my good fwllng. I have found flesh, appetite ar1 sound rct from th'1r use. , Stuart's Dyspffpsla, Tablets Is the safest preparation as well s the simplest nnd most convenient remedy fcr nny form of Indigestion, nrfirrh of stomach, bilious ness. onr stomach, heartburn nr.fl bloat ing after meaJs. flnd for Mtrle hook, moiled free, on stomach troubles, bv addressing Stuart Co., Marshall, Mich. The tablets can be founa alt all drug sfores. fr1 M The Study First Our (iixiils nrc of a superior iunlllv nml our prices the lowest to tic coiupnretl una jiul(cil. v'c wont to tic stuillcd. The more more business we do. Our motto hns always been: "I'alr prices and hind courtesy to whether thev liuv or not." The LeaJIng Dry Goods and Clothlnf House of Astoria IMH ILVNtSK 1.111111. The K.xirlMic of Motile May be lup-lii-tttixl IUrt In Astoria. Sikng f Hi action of the city i-uu. M In ordering a publk- landing ibs k ut the foot of Fourtetsith street, tSuitain Philllw, of the IN-rry. said sterdny that It s a tif li tlw right dlrc-tbsi. "Now you nets! one ul tlw loser or west end of the ity to aivomml.itx the shltw iiikhcnd N-low. a:! one in the center of the city water ront wouWI alo b." a great convMib nee to ahl mill tie t public. Mayor Taylor was on .o.ird ! tlm other day and wlwn we w. irt .uttvore ! ho tiad siik ilirllciiUy In landlt g mid ' re.illic.1 whtit the sailor isis to go through ! with every Hire he hns to go ashore." J "What do you think. Captain, of the t pro.spects of our Uing abt- to Hcviirc raiii.-n lights at the entnuii e to the pc-t ' for the guidance of es'en .'.niiliig In. I and tho u'fiilmm of such lights In j navigation?" ! "I linio alreiuly said that It Is on of the newt lnirt.int Improi'-motits necb-d hen-. Stoitiii ri and govi-rtiininit ves.-H ' are liable to urrlie off the river nt nnv lime of night and imui com., right In If 1 thiTe are nwu- lights. M.uiy tunes life ' and pro-rty ib-poinl iiMri a ship U-.'Mg able to m.ik." Mirt ' "As to vour jir-iMtM-t. .if seeming range lights. I cusiot that there ! shoulil ! miu h dlflli ultv hImiiu the mat. tr. I rem.-iiils r one lime when I went. Into Mobile hi i r-l the s uiu- troiitile i-xlsti'd there. The main sh clwinrtel ' passiss U-tuc-n to wuid banks and fur. thT up Is nil Island or rttlm r sand bar which Is flooded at high Water. on the head of this island was a lighthouse and the channel was maxk-sl with nrdl. nary buoys. To makn u reasonably safe rntnunco to t'it luuisir thy nidi.l Great Cloak lilies' Wack Cheviot Coat, $4 00 "niilne silk seal plu-h Children's short Coats, ws har. a value, sal. price Capes, good length, fuU sweop, 18.00 gooj assortment at prices from . valuo, siJo inic. $4.69 Si Up Ladles' black or navy blue Beaver Ladles' black Boaver Caps, Children.' long Coals, mado of Coat, welt seams, 18.00 value, sale trimmed In fur, 27 inches long, 1(0 mixed good, regular prlc. $5.00, prlc. Inch swesp, worth 10.00, sal. prloe lrk $4.95 $3.49 $2.95 Ladle' fine Kersey Coat, In block LodleV Mock Beaver double Chtldrons' long Coat, of fancy ool- only, the best $8.00 Coat ever sold, Capo, 30 Incho. lot.g, 1H Inch swoop, orod Boticlo doth, regular prlc sate price 5.00 value, sal. price W.H. "J" Prtc $5.00 $3.49 $5.00 Iill. s' bliu:k or navy blue. Chin- Ladles' hkurk Bolide ololh Coat, Ladles' black figured Mohair .ep. B chlUa Coat, braided, regular price trimmed with silk, braid on scams, arat. skirt, full width velvotoen H 111.50, so.lo prico regular prloe $18.00, wile price bound, wile prlc. $7.75 $9.95 $1.50 Ladles' fine ton Covet ololh coat, Ladle- mixed color Mton Coats, Lndles black Alpaca imparat. skirt fly front regular price $12.75, wile the best Coat for tho money ever of- taffeta lined, volvetesn bound, cheap price ' fored 'c0' flJ Prlc8 $8.75. $6.95 $2.50 -J J 1 SHANAHAN The of Economy is the Step TOU'AKI) solving the yrcnt MnncySnvlni proMcm. Your Interest dcmontls It ami C. H. COOI'I'.K'S vuv for It. C. IT. COOPER... i sonta Mulling Imiovs nml nusRe llgho In making in y niMMt to the goicrtmienl. I r4ici-..M(.sl tlm (.ut!) OJi.l llu dangisrs to navigation, ami suggested the proper pku-o for estiilillshtiig tlm lights and ( buow, Beforti a great leuntli of time i tl itunges Mi buoys wvrn made ami the' rtwign light ostalillsheil. which pniirdj to Iwi of a-re.it lionfit to tlm shipping of I ihut harlwr. j "I Ui.) a som hut similar expert n. e , at IViuwoolm Fla.. and I am iuitt.rle.1 I that tlxi gmenim. nt btn-s In make nil of Its ImrUu-s as safe and ull.le as possible." VIDKTTrrS FX PEUI F.NCF Two Galea In One Itoiiml Trip to Hall j Frrimis'0. "This last storm ns not quite so se vere at sea, I think, as tlw one I had a month ago on my last voyage from here to Kan Fmncln-o." said Captain Acker, m.ui, of the Uirk Vl.V tte. yot. rdir, wtille ashore, buying a flue Suiwlay din' ner for bis tmnl worked crew. My niinnomrti-r roistered tl- for. of tlio wind a month ngo nt US mile. .l.out , as much as r.ny ship ui stand -md on this Inst trip Iho register wus 7: mtt. During tlu. first st. rm the comb of a big ; wine took a large ph-e of our rail off, as clear as though cut with n color's knlfe. nn. I smiish.-.! tho coiniwtiloii way. : Tlie cnnM,nlcrs ar still nt work on the repair. Wn scudded along for hours nn d.r Iwti S..1U nt the rate of 11 knots Hut tho weather coming u; was i r'.iltdv Isul rnough. Wo nrrlvct off (tie mnuth of Ihe Columbia aliout 5 o'clock Thurs. dav nflcrnoon. Just nt dark. I could not tlml Ihe lightship, but sighted a light which nfterwanlsi provd. ns I thought ni llin Unie, . ,tm- I 'Hi-eii.ie-in. " lay lo for the nucht, aisl ynstenliiy tnarn- Only Store That Sells Cheap ST0KI. uavcsi the All we want Is we arc studied the ull our customers turs lug. not liog abln to find n, Irs, ils. t. riulii"! bi sail III and glm coy cnt a vi. Tt' Imui was llsi.U- awoeas. fully. ml nnH th lugs, imr Fori 8tsrwns ns.-.ig down (hs bay In ssarcn of a slili ti(-tial to l ihi Iho bosuh. It tiitu!rl ttuil our pnal(l Iarml t Viokotil man at Fort ntovena and h. tobvmphnl up that wo were hi danger, wcrs not ofily hail lo sail ros. ' ' "-mnt of Urn wind, "I " afraid tlwt tho Ixitltla. which M hr a few days ago for Ban Fran. ; cls.vt, Iwul a roucti 1 1 mo of It In tlm sals, ! as alui Is no nil vmairl. Tho Oakland tut not yet iliimml up, and alio was M ityn out from Kan Ivdro, bouiwl for t Portland, whim I Wt 'FYiisvi, nigrtt day. since. Tte Vldcitn will leave up for Portland tiskiy Captain Ackernwin Is aavompan. , Irsl by bis wlfiv WHEAT. I On June SO wheat sold at Kro. ( ha. allies sold at II M'V DlrTeren -s. t)a, or 119'S on 10 mo buahels. 1110 woul l have "'' 'I'1 amuunl by our aystrm of Joint Inv. slmrnt accounla sines June J Why n,, I'V this system and Imrraas your Income? Amotinta of and upward. rrcrlvrd. f'"" Infori.allon Is of such a char4clsr d from such iMinrce ss to make It sn- tlrely reliable. Writs for particulars. J, J Know Hon a (V, aralti l-rnkera, Cnllfornlii street, San Francisco, BOt.'IETT MEETINOU. Tr.MI'I.K LOIX1E NO. T, A, V. tM A. M -Regular communications held s trd Tuesday .vsnlnf O. W. IXtlNflrtKltRT. w. u. V. C. HOI.DKN. Hecrstarr Sale BROS.