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Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, January 9;-1881.
GENERAL EASTERN EWS.
BT MA It A'1 TKtKGKAI'H.
Indian Asenls Krappolulcd.
Vahinv.ton, Jhii.7 The presi
dent 1ms nominated hs Indian
agents .1. H. Wilbur for the Yaki
ma agency and H. H. Milroy for
the Nesqually agency Washington
The Indiana Uraillnrk
T man atoms, .Ian. ?. The
senatorial deadlock coHtiiiues. A
democrat this morning offered a
compromise in the shape of a reso
lution declaring the election of S.
H. liice, democrat, principal secre
tary, and Monroe and Sears, re
publicans, assistant secretary and
doorkeeper; lost by a tie vote, the
republicans and Poindextcr op
Tlir rw cerclnrv
Wamiinc.to.v, Jan. 7. Nothing
of public importance transpired at
the cabinet meeting to-day. The
new secretary of the navy, Gen.
GoiV, was in attendance. This
morning he assumed charge of the
department, signed business which
has accumulated during the past
few days, and afterwards received
the heads of bureaus.
GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS.
KV MAIL AXI TICtKOItAl'H.
Los m itli All om noarci.
Loxhon, .Ian. 7. lesteraay a
large steamer was seen to go on
Goodwin sands and afterwards
sink with all hands.
Loxiox, Jan. 7. The bark John
Zittlosen has been sunk in collision.
Six of her crew are missing.
Tur Brr Ilitdwrwrd.
Pa i:is, Jan. 7. A correspondent
writes from Rotterdam that Pro
fessor Hortings' address to the
English people on behalf of the
Boers has already been signed by
all the leading men of Holland.
The eminent astronomer Buys Jiol
lot will act as treasurer to receive
contributions in aid of the move
ment. The Dutch press vindicate
the rising in Transvaal as a legiti
mate assertion of independence.
PACIFIC COAST NEW.
BY Mll. ASI TKI.KOKAI'M
.siilroTnunrlled. Uncle' .liiiiiiiy Noini
nnteil. San Fkancisco, dan. '. A
Carson city dispatch says that the
democrats held a caucus last nirht
ami nominated J. G. Fair for Uni
ted Status senator. There seems
to be some dispute as to the num
ber present at the caucus, it be
itifr claimed by the anti-Fair in
terest that there was no quorum.
It has been supposed that Adolph
Sutro would make a fiht against
Fair, but it is now stated that he
For a coti"h or cold there is no reme
dy equal to Amnion's Cuuh Syrup.
The price ot" subscription to Tiik
Wkekly Astokian has been redweed
to 2 per annum when paid in advance.
If not paid in advance the old price of
S: will be charged.
Circuit Court Blanks, County
Court JJlauks, Justice Court Wanks,
Shipping Blanks, Miscellaneous Blanks,
Deeds. Mortgages, etc., for Sale at Tiik
'-"bonie say that it is no use for them
to advertise, that they have been in the
place in business all their lives, and
everybody Knows them. Such people
seem to forget to take in consideration
that our country is increasing in popu
lation nearly 40 per cent every ten years,
and no matter how old the place may be,
there are constant changes taking place:
some move to other parts, and strangers
fill their places, in this age of the
world, unless the name of a business
firm is kept constantly before the public,
some new firm may start up, and. by
liberal advertising, in a very short time
take the place of the older ones, and the
latter rust out, as it were, and be forgot
ten. No man ever lost money by judi
The most beneficial discovery of the
century to man is Amnion's Cough
Syrup. A wealthy gentleman, who
claims that it entirely cured him of in
cipient consumption, offered $5,000 for
the formula and the right to manufac
ture and sell to the world, which was re
fused. The Remedy stands upon its
own merits. A 15-cent sample bottle
willj convince the most skeptical of its
virtues. Try it It may save your life.
All respectable druggists keep it, at If
cts., r0 cts., Si.
WOItllS AUDIT TVOttD.v
Ah ! Ue terriWe tMtciies of mm. !
Are we half aware itf their otittktY infers?
Do w rv ttwibk- our heads at all
Want' the Je may strike nr the hint may
The talent chirp t"1 'IHUe Wnl.'
Ttial sptey . . " iu4 of heanl"
We Jerk xwm i- our ") rww.
Ad Mwwlw4vV gfatv. of cowrie, ruesuww.h.
Waal fames hae beet bte4e4 and
What pestilent sink have Wren stirred
B a nd in lyttolurs sm-ii.
'ity wily aa mh mtl.
A eer, a shrug, a wMqer hw ...
The aw pMied shaft fnaa aa aala4ted
StKd In the mtwanl. the fori, the knave ;
They jaertre I he aad of the jrrvat or 1m ve.
Vaht fc iwchler of wis 1 iri4e
ThImtu the pitiless l a4de :
The lips aw earl a h a carte- Malle.
Rat lac Heart drips 1hhI drips IhwI Ihe
while. , ,
Ah an? what hearts have heea hrleH.
What rivers Womt Ih-cm Mirrert
"i: ail a Miter word.
A kitodly wl aad a lender tone
1m omiv i;rt is i Heir vinae KHtmit :
Thev caw lilt f wan the dust the abject head.
Tbej can tra a f to a friend instead ;
lite dean close nanvu ay iv.um nm mm
u ill flhiK m( ilteir knock its nortals wide.
And thflialp that Mights and these., that
Will inrtt ia the faititaiii f eliildlike tears.
i What tee-MHd sr'fs lia i Imiii hrakoa.
What rivets rf ime hae lavit stirred
1U a wd In kiadaesssjMikett.
"H iatl asentk'WiHd.
Ha.state, Jan. 1M.
Kor the !! OW Year, let the ad hells nag,
Kr he ever was kind to me.
Ami Ifenrtlie new may hat jmve aatme
Ih hts riotoMs tiHrj-.
I wohM dmc the throae r thesotiit Mewn
Ami ie him the trilwte ilia
To aa oM.lnml frieml wlio has iaot hiseml
P.Ht wot to tJie nder new.
1 whl wateh aad wall hy the ch'. locked
Wlikh himls the future within
Ia'I me marti m dead, nnr let it he said,
I welcomed tle new j ear in.
For I Ue the rule irf the olden vhol.
Aad I love the h-goae tiiue:
Tlien uliv siimild 1 ehaiisre fora nihrtranjje.
who might ekHat this lire ol mine.
-Bill Dad a. theSeribe.
Now is the time to plant bulbs
but do not plant them on your
Capital spoit bringing down
the house, Sacramento.
Sr itlittvilint- vitt toll wli-it mlc
.1 Tl-.-I .! ".:i l. 1 I
me KiLcin'ii uruiu uiuii lie iihs uuon . ;s
upon the roof.
Some women are like shotguns.
They would attract no attention il
it were not for their bangs.
A bare colli n without a flower,
and a funeral without :i eulogy,
are preferable to a life without
love and sympathy.
When a mans
3iiiu is ijui-
side bv side
. , , , ,
with the monkevs,
uicuiei aim auuiigci
points of resemblance than of iiif- j "d Stockton, our well known artists. UPncnii assortment of groceries, Hq
ference. 9al ",d.??c ,l,m as, e. hns . , ors. tobneco, cigars, fruits and vege-
A man not west w:, nfTor . !
- . . -
plate of maccaroni soup, but de-,
ciineii it, aeciarinr mat mev.
luuiuii t un yju iuv I'uvvi iiiiju-
stoms on him
brief in our reaiar
we are ,
1 i .
-.. ii ,i , . iwihk ono -tiiMi ntiiv, iii iiiiHiiiiiiua
the allejo navy yaruf A column ' jt ' '
is not needed when ivo lines can ' "
tell the storv. Front humheds of reported cases
rpi ii 1 1 .i where patients have increased in'
I hey were walking by the sea-. ht .tm fiv(j to f d, wMe
side, and he Mghed iituUhc sislicd :.:., Fellow's Cmimiiml Si run of
.iiiu sui: iia j uia siuu, mm ne uv
her Hie, and they were beside'
themselves beside biinx at the
seaside, where she sighed and he
Diininr thf lif-tKfl.ivs. PArt'nn
vouiiiy man oi roisom was t
desirous of waiting on the young.
ladies from the countrv. When '
rallied on his partiality, he gave
as a reason that the prettiest girls
he ever saw came from the country.
And now the Folsom belles look'
, , . i
crosseyed at that voung man and
accuse him of a want of taste and
- o ,
A well known gentleman of
KVwlct.., ,oo ..ll.;.,. l.tr. r.. ..:
roisom was milking Ins laontc,
cow, a lew mornings since, and
just as lie had niuslied, she kicked
him and the milk-nail over. Of
course he was covered with milk,
and when he entered the house,
his wife exclaimed: Why! how
did you get that milk all overyou?
lie replied, 1 've been milking a
mule, and she scatters.
The Astokian talks of a Christ
mas mince pic as being harmless
to him. He may have a cast iron
digestion. ,Ye ate one oh going
to bed and that night whipped our I
,,r?rV. ftvl .. 1.1!.. J mmhV. l.m I
wile, stole a blind mans
robbed a henroost, told the truth
and gave a dime in charity. All
done under the influence of the
sover go shopping without con
sulting the advertising columns of Tiik
AsTonr.vx. They will tell you where
tlie best bargains are to be had, and just
what merchants are alive and doing
-Blanks, Promissory notes, bonds
for deed, quit claim deeds, mortgages
and warranty uccus, at tins onice.
In HHiKfthiitg w have written .says
the ctlitor of the Farmer, "we have an
indistinct rtllectkii uf liaving made
rcferencu t a general (lisfMMttiou
among hoys in their tuuns, as well as
boys of matitrer years, to uuligltteit
ami blwas the wrid with their pro
found knowledge of the horse and his
hwiory. Our raniks and newspajier
arc full of this kind of literature, and
it varies in style from the production
of the child at school, commencing
with: The horse has four legs and a
tail; up to the eloquent tribute of the
scholar when he quotes from Jeb: That
his neck is clothed with thunder and
the glory of his nostrils is terrible.
He smefleth the battle afar off, the
thunder of the cataiii& and the
shouting. Between these two ex
tremes of the child at his first school
comKition. and the professional
literature, we have every uradeof pre
tention, and each profeseitig to have
tiiastureu the whole Mihiect. As we
approach the cke of this nineteenth
ceniuiy, we oe-ni to iook ior some- t-wlt; Mr. A..F. Markey. the celebratnl
thing hotter in this department of! Irish delineater: Mr. Fred Cere, in
knowledge from those win. assume telditkhiMns: Mr. Dean and Mr. Morke
instruct" And it is to be found in
KeudnDs Treatise on the horse, sont
.- . i -. i ., i
b mail to any person for twenty-five
cents, postage paid. Apply to The
Astokian office, or address D. C. Ire
land, Astoria, Oregon.
Syphon Study Iaiup.
Hon. I. W, Case, of Astoria, in
placing the new Syphon study lamp
on the market, would call the atten
tintion of the trade to spine of its
merits. Its illuminating qualities are
nur ontmlleil lie anv stiidvlnmninnse
not equailta uy any stuuy tamp m use.
It ives a steady, brilliant light; is I
free from unpleasant odur;doesuot dnp ;
either when burning or not burning;'
easily lighted and trimmed, and is
without exception, the niost o.nvoni-j
ent lamp to fill ever made. Directions ,
accompauving each lamp, oall upon .
Mr. Case and bur one. He sells them '
at remarkable low rates.
31ulIetH, ;nfTaiul Copper Ilanttlcsi.
style by Henry Gallon, Astoria, j
n. If you will give him your
orders now he can be doing the work .
in dull fun os, making it advantageous .
to all parties.
The Conlrnl li!ol. -near the steam
'ship dock is now open for the recep-
tion of guests, where tlie well known i
I Kitomr. Mr. Anton Fieloh will alwavs
- - ...
hi touiul roartv t wait on insJiwitron.s.
" . . . -. . ; .
Jle has had the above named house .
.'I. .. . .. , -..
uiuioiiKiy 'Miu .t .'tMl m ..
V" 'KUOn ""
iitK m nuuie lias just receiveii a
j large shipment ot JUrbvrtr Bros, htil-
1v.oh He fH-.-M which iiui5seiiinif.it
t J3an Francisco prices. Also CvttvH
. . , r -,;
iiypoilios)ttiites, ni uount reinii
its poworful action on the orjj
j Fol. the ,t neW. ; Astoria,
j cdi for the (i4nmbt Itrewertf Bt-r.
! acknowlodsod to lw sniKirior to all
If you want a good big oyster
stew in style, call around to Tom
Smiths, next door to P. 11. Fox, Main J
! ?trect Astoria, Oregon. Open at all j
Since the Chinese started to brew
"rliPiin Snn FrnnPiRM luxir" flion ii
cnP &ftn Francisco teer mere is
httle ur no "V"1? fo' tufc .artl.c!e
any more. Call for the Columbia
i' , lui , ;r ,.,... cri,,1...i,;
brewerj -beer, it you want something
! tne absence of Mr. Carl
Adler from the city, Mr. Chas. Moffett
will have the entire management of
his business, and he v ill commence at
' "ce by reducing prices of everything
S statable to dnlbtnies. Everybody
can be assiirediif being treated well,
and furthermore will find out by care
ful examination of gods and prices
that Adlers store is the place to do
yur buying. You can always find
what you ask for in large variety.
lard at Warren and
Cannery men would gam much by
leaving us their orders for incidental
printing now, to be done leisurely dur
ing the winter months saving time
and money, and avoiding the risks of
a spring rush of work.
AdleHjelling school books very
P. Wilhelm, Boss saloon, opposite
the Clarendon hotel, Portland, Oregon.
When you want a dish of nice
Eastern Oysters done up a la mode, or
a good steak, or a fragrant cup of
j coffee, call at r rank r abres on the
j roadway, and he will accommodate
you. vpen at au nours.
AROUND THE CITY.
A full assortment of counter and
nrfatrs scales can be fotuwl at 51. C
Crosby's, at bottow liriees.
- I. .1. Coodmaii. on Slain street, has
Inst received tlie latest ami most fat.h
tollable, style of et ami latlies boots,
For a firt-CHVs oyster stew, fry,
pan-roast or fancy rwst. o to Roscoe's,
on 3Iain strwt, oijoite N. Loeb's.
Families siijiplieil by the hundred or tlie
aek, ojK'iied or in tin- sliell.
Mr. J. Stewart. stone and marble
cutter of Astoria will guarantee satis
I net ion to all orderim; work of him. ami
w ill do a iH'tter jol for less money than
ail outside workman. His worlc in tlie
cemetery liereslamhl la'sitflicieiit recoin
meiHlatioii. ISefore vcmi let your ecn
traets for work of this kind it would be
well to call tiiwui Mr. btewart.
11ii.i. VAtturriKs. Ceo. Hill, pn
prietor. Fred Cere, manager. The com
pany at present ooiisistsof tin.' follow injr
talehted"arlists. Cemedians: Mr. Chas.
Xiekersou. one of the oldest minstrel
-- "Z iTWSt
"" "'?.' Jl- ,VS".V"" ' i,'""1 ''V1:1'
aim iHirnoiici .ii. iiain" uaiiies, pian
ist aim h Hat sojinute: Mr. Cwi. Lam
iH'rt. leader of bras- band: Mr.' Richard
Iruee. snare drummer and oealit.
This exetiinj: the eer Kipiilar first art
with Mr. Xiekersou and hi tandvorine,
Mr. Ilallet and his bono. Mr. Cere in
terlocutor. The firt jmrt to conclude
with -All the World a Stage, and Men
and Women merely Actois." Entire
change of programme this evening. A
new olio of sicciulties. consisting of
son-'s and dances. Irish, dutch and uesro
ecceiitricitii's. and the Christina plaj !
entitled. "Work for AII."bj Nickerson,
Marke ami lien. Also a nptrro sketch.
Ae IH'inon ot tne U ixnts. uy liailCl,
Nu.j.t.w,n aIll, (;i.n. Ala0 Mr. Charles
Ii:irni. Iu an appropriate yuitar miIo.
Mr. Kielianl Bruce in a snare drum solo,
A Merry (MiristimiN and a Happy New
Vw to all. The performance to open 1
,UXF 3S& ami
IK.W mxbtv nn the grand stand under;
-The iK'iuon of the WwkIs. by Hallct,
the leadership of Ir. (Jcorge Inubert
t fi'-'a) i. m. The entertainment will
jbeginatTajp. m. Entntnecon Benton
i street. Private Ikixo oh Chciinmns.
wedding presents at
i the City Book store.
J. W. Gearhart Iulss
apple3, and a general r
some A No. 1
Mr. Win. L'eb is agent at Asto
fifi for the Gennanin Life Insurance
j company of New York. This is one
j of the soundest companies doing busi
ness in the United Suites. Its total
assets, alj equal to cnah, amount to
t..i... t t . . :.....! ...
oonii jioyeiTS lias iiisi ixcuieu ut
,i... -..i i i.. .. : : c
iiic veiunii Jiiiirici ;i mr'u muii;cui
..i -i oe....,K. i..,wi .....i f..-c,in
V'flll Will IWCHIWW IMI1IIU, CtllVA 0.W
at retu,ce,i rates, rie also keeps a
?! quality, which he offers
at small profit for casli
A Merciful Man is Men-ifnl to his KeaM,
OXLY AS CENTS,
..-. .., .
650.000 ALREADY SOLD
A treatise on the
And his Diseases. 1
B,L KE DALL, JLJJ.
i Full of Valuable and Practical In
formation, and ( emniums: no
ixii:xl OK IISKASKS.
i Which frives tin- symotoiiis. cause awl the
J Kest Treatment of each ; a taWe j:iiii? all
the principal ilni;s iied for the Horse, with
" onilliary UOse.CIlecis.aiui HIIIKUHe wiien
H ,,,,. H- taWl. wU11 all eiiprnvli of the
Ji;,1tiSe1i!l. VlfX'iil! r".."r!!r
mr tolling the age of the Horse, u.eiiprav-
bip. siiowing tin' imiHirtant jkhiiIs m the
,Mnictureof j,,,,,, u,lltnithlJ ,MI,.
lionsaxsimicdbysiek horses uiditrerentdLs-
leases. A ahinhle coliectkni f receipts,
many o. whhli Mmld ct a horse-ovuier
J"1 '" ,n' ,,,;1 1.
FARMER SHOULD OWN
THIS BOOK. !
Thousand who have .seen It commend it.
and many good horsemen have extolled it iu
the higiiest terms. een stating that they
nrefqr it to book which cost oO to 10 W.
Do not throw away your money iu the pur
chase of costly hooks on the Horse, which
are o full of Latin phrases and technical
terms as to be unintelligible to the acnte
BUY KENDALL'S TRExVTlSE,
A book of 109 pages, iu paper covers, gliing
you more practical information than it con
tained In .some large volume at far higher
cost. Having examined this hook thonnighlv
we are .satisfied no
Would hesitate a moment alxuit investing 25
cents In its purchase, if lie did hut know tlie
value of Its contents, Kccogui7Jngthe de
Mulbihty of having Midi practical informa
tion as our fanning friends daily need hi
their business, provided at reasonable cost
Instead of being obliged to pay the enormous
profits demanded lij the Publishers of most
Agricultural Books, we have secured
Several Hundred Copies
Of this valuable little Treatise on the Horse,
single copies of which we shall be pleased to
mail to any reader of this paper, postage pre
paid by us. on receipt of
lleinittaiices may be made In currency, sli
ver or stamps. Send all orders to
I. C lRELAXD.
vCr' Jtm 'JS JEJ
BANKING AD INSURANCE.
BANKING AND INSURANCE.
- - - OHEGOM.
FEOM b O'CLOCK A. M. UIXTIL 4
O'CLOCK P. -M.
il Insurance Co.,
.1. F. IlOl'OItTON
ClIAs. K. STOISV
f'KO. 1 STOIiV
...... . Secret a ry
.Agent for O's-wm
up in U. S. gold
5 .TOO IHJO W
I. IV. CASK, Agent,
ClH'H&nuts street. Astoria. Oregon.
LIVERPOOL AND L0Tr0' AND
N'0?.TH EKITISH IZW MERCAN
TILE OF LONDON' AND
OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES,
ttepresoutins a capital of SO7.000.OO0.
A. VAX DUSEX. Agent.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
C. S. WKIUHT
MEGLEK & WRIOUT. Proprietors.
rilHK I'HOI'KIKTOKS AKE IlAPl'Y TO
JL aiiuouiieetliat the above hotel Ikls been
repainted ami refiiniislieil, adding greatly to
the comfort ot itsiiestsanilisnuwtlie best
Itiitel north of San Francisco.
Pioneer Restaurant Hotel.
MAIN STKEET. - - - ASTOKIA
JIrM. S. X. Arrlsoni. Iroirietoc
IlIIETKAVELIXC. Vl'KLIC WILL KIND
. the Pioneer first cla in all respecLs.and
a slmre of their imtronage is respectfully
Z3fl'nan and lodging by the day or week.
MAIN STKEET, - - ASTOKIA..
JOSEPH MATTHEWS. PKOPK.
mills isafikstcTass kestafkaxt
.L kept irti the Hiineaii plan. Fresh oys
ters in every stle .Main street, lietween
I'iienamiis and Sqneiiiocihe.
- - OREGON
PORTLAND. - -
ZIE8ER & KN0WLES, Proprietors.
Free ciweh to and from tlie house.
osThk l)n. Astokian is on file at the
OarciidiHi Hotel reading room.
HOTEL ZUR RHEINFFALZ,
1IKNKY HOTI1E, - - MANAGE!:.
2eTihiI street. K't ween Main and Salmon.
Ihtani aM IMlsiiig. iht week s.-, io
I lUmnl and (.origin::, ikt day .... .... 1 to
ItoarillHltlHIlll HHIglllgl (KT HCCK i W
Meals , cents ; LHlng 2. to :t cents.
Kcincmuer Heiirx Kotlie when you go to
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
rWtit Q.ilnmi ffi
MAIN STKKIiT. ASTOKIA.
TIIK rNDKKSICXED IS PLEASED TO
aniimiiHe to the
Ladies' and Gentlemen of this City
That he is now prepared to funtlsli for them.
in nrst class siyie, ana eerj :iyie,
OYSTEKS. HOT COFFEE. TE.V, ETC.
Ladies' and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
Please give me a call.
KOSCOE DIXOX, Proprietor
The New York Oyster Saloon
Will serve to tlieir customers from this
ate a follows :
TEA, COFFEE, CHOCOLATE.
EaMern Oysters Always on Hand.
And will be kept a a first class Oyster Sa
loon, in first class style.
DANIEL GKANT, JIanager.
X1IIA', 3IItr. FEED AS HAY.
Cash paid for country produce. Small
profits on casn sail's. Astoria, Oregon, cor
ner of Main and Souemocqlio streeLs.
AVAlt IS JECIiARKl WITHOUT
And no terms of ieace until every man In
Astoria lias a new suit of clothes
MAWK HY JII-1AXY.
Look at the prices :
Pants to order from - - SS 00
Pants, Cenuine French Cussimere - 12 50
Suits from - -- -- -2500
Tlie finest line of samples on the coast to
select from. P. J.-XIEANY.
Merchant Tailor, Parker House. Astoria,
T31. I. ISAKKIt. 31. 1).
()KFicKNet door to Caat. Hers rasF
deia;e. fuss Street.
Ofkick Houns FruiN s a. m. to tl A. JC
jmhI froia 2 i: m. to -t v. M.
1? P. JIIGMt.S.
ASTOKIA, --- - OKEGON,
Koihhs hi Allen Imiltliiwr up stairs, corner
of C;iaiMl "it'iiidciilie streets.
T A. 3IcIXTOSII.
Oeckieiit Hotel Iluildiag.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON".
.i. w. noiiK. c. w. vwiox
IlOIili it FITJ.TJIV.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ASTOKIA, --- - OREGON
Ofttee in I). K. Warren's building, up stairs
opposite tlie Occident Hotel.
I Q. A. BOWLBY.
AT10IINEY AT LAW.
Clienaiiiiis Street. - ASTOMA. OREGON
TK 31- I. .IKXXIXS.
THVSICIAN AND SUKGEOX.
GnuhiHte Universitv of Vindnia. 1SG3.
I'hjsieian to i:hj- View hospital, Baltimore
onice in tlie Aktokian lmilding. lately oc
cupied hy the Wtstern Union Telegraph,
Comer Cass and Jefferson Streets,
Agent Wells, Fargo & Co.
II. KAIX & CO..
Doors, WimloAVM, ISlindM, Traa
so ins. Iiiiinter. Etc.
iso-Biiis of materials and estimates raads
Steam ytAW near Weston hotel. Cor. Gen
evive and Astor streets.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Sjfoon
ASTOKIA - OKEGOX.
Hot. Colli, Mooter,
Mram and Sulpliur
EfSpecial attention given to ladies' and
liildren's hair cutting.
Private Entrance for I-adies.
TAY TITTLE, 31. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEON.
Okfick Over the White House Store.
Kksuikm'K Xet door to Mrs. Munson'S
boating liniisc, Chenamns street, Astoria,
Tlie undersigned Ls prepared to furnish
a large number of spiles ami Spars at his
place on short notice, at reasonable rates.
Apply to C.G.CAPLES,
1 G. KAlllFOWL & SON,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS g
Portland and Astoria, Oregon.
Kefor by crmi.-sion to Koser.OIeycrs JtCo,.
Alien Si Levris.Coroittit.Macleay,
BOOT AXU .SHOE
Ciikxamis Stukkt. oiMsite AiIUt's Boole
store. - AsrouiA. Okkoon.
f5s Perfect fits guaranteed All work
warranted. Cie me a trial. Ad orders
promptlv fili id.
J. H. D. GRAY,
Wholesale and retail dealer in.
ALL KIXJJS OF FEED,
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc
General storage and Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot of Kenton .street. Astoria,
ASTOKIA. - - - OKEGON.
AVih contract for work in his line and fur
nish the glass. Small jobs done to order.
Cass street, next door to the corner of Jeffer
son street. Astoria, Oregon.
T C. ORCHARD.
C. K. .IACKIN.S. J. A. MOXTUOMKET;
STOVE AND TIN STDRE
Sole Agents for tlie
Magee Standard Ranges, Etc
ASTOKIA, - OKEGOX.
jmSMcKEAN & Co., '
Embroideries, Laces, White Goods,
Ruchings, Quilled Ribbon, Etc.
Saxony, Yarn, Wool, Zephyrs, Etc.,
Ot which they now have the most complete
assortment In the city. Also just
received a nice lot of
Slipper Patterns, Soft Pillows. tr-
To all or which they invite the atteution oC
the ladles of Astoria and vicinity.
Corner of Cass and Jefferson streets. As "