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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1881)
Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, January 13, 1881.
So. 10. "
m MAIL AN TKI.lt JH A I'M.
Poirn.A.vi), Jan. 12. A severe
wind prostrated the telegraph
-wires south of Grave creek, Dowsr
las county yesterday, la conse
quence our usual telep-raph report
failed to come lust night.
The Event of the Season.
Arrive.! at I.aM.
PACIFIC COAST XKWJ.
UV M VII. am tkm:kik
.-successor lo It in: Knllnrd Ippolnled
Oi.ympia. Jmi 11. Gov. Newfell
to-day commissioned Hon. El wood
Evans prosecuting nrturitcy to fill
the vacancy made by the death
of Hon. Irving ISallard.
. Circular No. 1.
The following circular has been is
sued by the Oregon Railway and Navi
gation eoui-wiiy, oflice of genenii
freight and passenger agent, date of
Portland, Oregon, .Ian. lo, 1S81:
Circular No. 1. On and after date
all communications relative to the
transportation of freight and 'Misscii
gers should be addressed to the under
signed. All existing rates of fare and
freight are hereby confirmed and will
remain in force until otherwise or
dered. Claims for overcharge and loss
or dauiaje to freight, together with
reports pertaining thereto, will in
future be sent to this office.
John- Muik, ("cneral Fi eight and Pas
A Small IIuc to Knit.
ah oht. Oik-Im. " j 'jhnt j,, ,f dry fir wotMi IH)H-1
Atokia, Jan. 10. Th public j be found t Grays wood yard. Send
installation of the ofiicer of Beaver hi yr orders early so that yoi will
lodge, No. 3o, i.o.o.r., in this city 'gat whims f the wwod you have been
last Thursday evening will be re- waiting fj
metnbered a.- one of tlie most im-,
pressive and at the same time the j
most etijovable entertainments ever! Foster has juat received an electric
riven here, The service, of the i cigar lighter. Call in and soe it.
order were conducted by Hon. I.
W. Cae, M. W. tjraml master, as
sisted by E. C. llolden acting
grand warden, A. J. MegW acting
trmml if-(YMdiiii' sofTt'larv. A. M.
lVombly acting grand permanent '
secretary, J. II. J). Gray acting
grand treasurer, and Dr. Jay Tat
tle acting: gram I marshal. The
officers installed were: St. Clair
IJ.Miner, X. G.; W. II. Barker. V.
G.; T. S. Jiwett, recording secre
tary: Lotus llson, permanent i Vurtnt0r. ,-,, u-n fi...i ,...
secretary; John Ilahn, treasurer.:-.. to their advantage to call oil the
The entire ceremony wis perform-j undersigned lajfore selling their wool,
hides and furs, as he 13 now prcmreci
to either lmy or sell on commission
anything in the above line that may
le oil'ered,' jwtying the highest cash
price. Freights and charges advance.
Apply at this ottice. Alse:
accommodations foi ne cow.
China, wax, and iudietrttctible ware,
at the City Iok Store, at the lowest
x&sible prices. Call and secure one
for the; inn, be sold.
'Wool. Hide, anil For-.
AROUND THE CITY.
A full assortment of counter and
grocers scale, van be found at 31. C.
Crosby. at bottom price-.
P. .1. ( ioodman. on Main street, has
just reeei vel tin latest and most fali
tottahk style of gent and ladies book.,
For a firt-cla oyster stew, fry,
pit-rmtor fanc roast, sio to Koscoes,
on Main street, opposite X. Loch's.
Families supplied by tlie hit ml nil or the
sack. ojKnel or in the shell.
Mr..f. Stewart, stone and marble
cnttcr of A-Horia will guarantee satis
faction to all ordering work of him. and
will do a better jot for Ies money than
any outside workman. Hi work in the
cemetery liere lould W-iuIieientrecoin
uicitdation. Before on let jour con
tracts for work of tin- kind it 'would la
well to eall upon Mr. fetewart.
HANKING AND INSURANCE.
AST0I1IA, ... OREGON.
FROM S OX'LOCK A. M. UNTIL 4
O'CLOCK P. M.
Hk Mutual Insurance Co.,
PHYSICIAN AND Sl'KGHON. -
Graduate UimerMty of Virginia. 1S6S.
'hysieian t Iay Vk-w hrttai, Ciiltimora
Ofh( k- Iii Page & AlleaS lwHlln:
Okhh k Next ktr to Cajit. ICoeets resf
lfia-e, fas. Street.
Gvru k Hoi ic FrotM-s a. m. t It A.3t
atHi fnmi 2 i. m. to 4 i. M.
ItiNHits in AlIenN building ap stairs, corner
of Cass ami Siiemoviilie trtts.
ed witlmut the use of rituals and
were more than ordinarily im
pressive. The hall was beautiful
decorated with evergreens, flairs,
emblems of the order and mottoes,
tlie graceful work of Mrs. 1. V.
(."nse, Mrs. S. C. Benner, Miss
Nettie Wilson, Miss Springer, Miss
Fannie Taylor, Mia. E. R. Hawes.
and Mrs. J. F. Ferchen. Excellent
vocal music was furnished by a
choir consisting of Miss Esther Hol-
Syphpn ?tuty Lamp.
Hon. I. W. Case, of Astoria, in
placing the new Syphon stndv lamp
j on the market, would call the atten-
tuitioit of the trade to some of its
merits. Its ilhuniuatiii' qualities are
den and Katie Flavei, Mrs. Y. H. J not equalled by any study lamp m use.
Barker, Mrs. W. W. Parker, and j It tves a steady, briliiant light; is
T. F. Oakks. Vice Pic-i-
Report reaches us that the Ore
gouian Railway company, limited,
Wm. Reid manager, has purchnsud
the railways of the Oregon and Cali
fornia company, from Portland to
i Roseburg, and Corvallis. Thus the
triangular fight begins to close.
On Christmas day Mibs Laura
Hoxter, of Forest Grove, was pre
sented with a $2000 interest m her
fathers mercantile business at that
place, the gift rendered her junior
member in the firm of W. D. Hoxter
fc Daughter. Miss Hoxter is a grad
uate of Pacific University of the class
of 1877. After completing the clas
sical course there, she went to Port
land and took a course in commercial
college, suice which time she has been
her fathor's confidential clerk and
book keoper. The knowledge thus
acquired in the business, amply fits
her for the new partnership, and the
firm is, so far as we know, the only
one of like status in Oregon Her
success shows that with careful and
thorough training, a young woman
may succeed in financial life as well as
a young man.
All ladies intending to attend the
necktie jmrty at Liberty hall Friday
ecening, are requested by the oon.
lmttec U bring neck-tie.
The priee ot snlserijtioH to Tin:
Wkkkia" Astouiax Ims been reduced
to-?i per annum when paid in advance.
If not paid in advance the old price of
S.t will be charged.
Circuit Court Blank... Comity
Court Blanks. Justice Court Blank-.
Shipping Blanks, 3IisccIlaicoti! Blank.,
Deeds, Mortgages, etc., for Sale at Tin.
Upsets; V II Kjirlrop anil K. S
Merrill. Miss Nellie Flavei presi
ded at the orjran. The hall was
densely packed with an intelligent
and attractive audience, who were
deeply interested in the exercises.
Installation services over, the re
mainder of the evening was spent
in dancing, more than lo0 couples
free from unpleasant odor -does not drip
either when burning or not burning:
In something written we have an
indistinct recollection of having made
reference to a general disposition
among boys in their teens, as well as
boys of umturer years, to enlighten
and bless the world with their pro
found knowledge of the horse and his
history. Our books and newspapers
are full of this kind of literature, and
it varies in style from the production
of the child at school, commencing
with: The horse lias 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 smelleth the battle afar off, the
thunder of the captains and the ;
.1. K. IIot:iiTON
(.: KO. I. STOKV
.............. Presid eat
.A;e!it for ("on
Caitilal paid up in V. S. gold
coin S 300 000 1)0
1 W. CASH. Agent,
Clteimniiis street, Astoria. Oregon.
LIVERPOOL AND LOOON AND
V027H BRITISH 1ZW dERCAN
TILE OF LONDON AND
OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART
COMMERCIAL OF CxVLlFORNlA
Between these two ex-lE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
T A. luTrlVrOSII.
Occident lIotl IktUding,
ASTORIA - - - OREGON",
I Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Clieiiainiis Street. - ASTOKIA. OREGON
trenies of the child at his first school I
composition, and the professional
literature, we have every grade of pre
tention, and each professing to have
mastered the whole subject. As we
Keprcscntin? a capital of i7.00u,0O0.
A. VAN DUSEN. Agent.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
Ceo. Hill, pioprietor. Fred Gere, iimu-j
ager. To-night. fir.t appearance of Miss J
Matlie Morion, balladist, late of Sau j
Francisco. A new firt part with Nick-1
ersonand Markey as the funny mokes, j
Gere, interlocutor. A new plaj entitled j The Control hotel,
-The Victim- l;vNickern, Markey j sll) duck is 1OW
tiid Gere. A brilliant olio of ireius. Mr.
Nicker-son in his etheopian eccentrici
ties. MissMurwin in ballads, Mr.Markey
easily lighted and trimmed, and is J approach the close of this nineteenth
without exception, the most coiiveni-i century, we begin to look for some
ent lamp to fill ever made. Directions . thing better in this department of
accompanying each lamp. Call upon , knowledge from those who assume to
Mr. Case and buv one. He sells them ! instruct ' Audit is to be found in
at remarkable low rates. ! Kendalls Treatise on the horse, sent J
.-: -. zrzzz-z ' by mail to any person for twenty-five
Mallet. liutT anil Copper llmulle. t cents, postage paid. Apply to The
! Astorian office, or address D. C. Ire-
Caimerymens work will be done in land, Astoria. Oregon.
good style by Henry Gallon, Astoria, j -
Oregon. If you will give him your Handsome wedding presents at
orders now he can be doing the work tllu fjitv B.iok store,
in dull time-, making it advantageous' -
to all im-ties. ' ' " "cnrhart has some A No. 1
: . jz 'apphss, :uid a general assortment of
i' dried fruits.
Mr. Wm. Loeb is agent at Asto-
1 ria for the Germania Life Insurance
near the steam-
pen for the recep-
m Irishisms. Mr. (Sere the bad Dutch-j be found ready to wait on his patrons.
man. .mines Aioncc in unuaiis, mt.ijcj.ii
lof guests, where the well known company of New ork. rii:s is one
i ....... Tv.i-.i. ,ii i.-...'ot the soundest companies doing bust
Found ready to wait on his patrons. . ncss -n the United States. Its total
H 1.-e 1.-.1 .!, ,1....... ,.,.,....A 1.E. : .isseis, an ei 11.11 10 uhh, nuiuiuit iu
in -(ngs, Mr. Ostrander in his violin . .. .,i,i.. lfif.'i i. Ai..a.. p;l- SS,.r52,877 11.
! n.7.1 Mr iMpimni i!r... wiiit hie ' thoroughly refitted by Messrs. like '
drum solo ami not to he forgotten Vr. ! and Stockton, our well known artists. J A nice lot of eastern ovsters at
... - . r. r" . ... . . .... .- .. .-.
Uall and see nun. :uj lie lias tlie nnest . Koscoes, arnvetl yestenlay by steamer
brands of liquors and cigars to be had! Columbia. Call around. You will find
in the city. ' them first class.
MEtiLEK & WRIGUT. Proprietors.
nmiE PKOPKIKTOKS ARE HAPPY TO
JL announce tlmt the above hotel has been
repainted and refurnished, adding greatly to
the comfort of itsgucstsanil is now the beat
Iwtel north of San FrancLsco.
A VAN DUSEN.
Cheuaiiitts Street, near Occident Hotel;
Agent AVells, Fargo & Co.
II. BAIIV it CO..
DoorM. "WindoiVM. Jtlinds.
MoniM. Ijumber, Etc.
i5B"llilN of niater'als and estimates made
steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Gen
Pioneer Restaurant Hotel.
MAIN' STKIIET. - -31
rs. S. X. Arrlsoni.
THETKAVELIXG PUBLIC WILL FIX!)
tlK Pioneer first class in all resiects.and
a share of their patronage b respectfully
Jlourd and lodging by the day or week.
Chas. Barnes iu his excellent guitar
solo. New orchestral electios and
new music on the grand stand under
the leadership of Mr. George Lambert
at (.' i. m. The entertaitinieut will
begin at 7W i. m. Entrance on Benton
stieet. Private boxes 011 Chenumus.
A wonderful discovery, Kendall's
Spavin Cure. Read Advertisement.
Salmon A" ft Twine
All ve who want hav of the best
kind. No. 1, find it at Grays wharf.
Geo. W. H nine has just received aj
large shipment ot IiirlHtr 1W. .-. . Mm-uui Man is Meniful to his iea.'
ii.oh net itritte which he is selling at, oxiY ." Cl'XTS.
?hii rraucvco prices. Alsi Ckioh
ti yo ever iieanl a buwtit
:'ist advertising ilid n pa
'-.dvei'tisemonts are the q'i'"t
s-olt .-wi who never iutrmle, but win
iu- lail t4 make themselves know a
aid are seen and reiiieiiiltered depit
the will of the reader wla couhl no
foiget tiiem if he would.
-Who wants tx know about the
great Stftt where the o-ports ecjual in
value .ifcSTS per liead of tlie entin p.uhi
tior. -end $1 00 to D. C. In'bind for TllK
AJoRiAK, the only Oiegou paper, pub (
IuIm-U wholly in me mierei 01 un-cou
tmwiml jfcHitta r, in quantities 650.000 ALREADY SOLD ! !
A l rcit tst on ti e
T),'.cr.a Altt ( u.til ttiuitt. tn
vivwiuo v, tlb & llt.. .' 1
order, by Mrs. Denny Curran, Cass lt MUU
street, near the Congregational church, Atlu,r u -jiin, aj 'ikmi.s ,.,..
in Mr. TlMHiias Usui's house, Astoria. , AiVeT te se,,tn5 sctitMl IHM'Ks CI
Frank Falnsr has removed in-i t. , i-of.. r .
to Dr. Kineev's bniidi. on Water Fr VSPl rt the SRS,H at
street. ()..tkrMl to the ateamer l U :UTe" 'W '
dock from down town, before break-! Fw the bew Beer in Astoria,
Iat, it will now lie handy to drop iu aill for the Caimfbiu vrrw 7fer, .
and get a cup of coffee. . ackiHwledged to lie superha to all
If ym want a good big oy.ster'
stew in style, call around to Tom
Smiths, next door to l H. Fox, Main
- -When vor only and lehvel son
cHiiee home scarred up as the result
of a juvenile fight, apply Kindnll's
Spavin Cure and the pain will cease
and the intellect will be greatly
strengthened ami m all probability he
will soon be in the White house.
Read the advertisement.
Magnus C. Crosby has a first-class
workman, and is prepared to do all
kinds of jobbing iu tin, sheet iron and
copper, plumbing and steam fitting.
Full satisfaction guaranteed or money
The reading room of the Astoria
Young Mens Christian Association is
now kept warm and lighted evenings
and the latest newspapers and periodi
cals on file, free to everyone who wish
to come and read.
MAIN STKEET. - - ASTOKIA..
.IOSEPH MATTHEWS. PKOPK.
mills 1RAFIKSTCLASS KESTAUKAXT
JL kept 011 the European plan. Froli oys
ters in eery MIe Main street, between
Chcmunus and Sqiteiiicrulie.
c. w. kovus.
I'OI&TLANJJ. - -
- - OKEGOX
COOT AXI SHOE
Ciiexami's Stkkkt. opposite Adler's Book
.store, - Astoria, Oregon.
S3" Perfect fits guaranteed. All worlr
warranted. Give me a trial. All orders.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTOKIA - OKEGOX.
Hot, Cold, shovirr,
Sleani and Sulphur
JSSpecial attention given to ladies' and
hildren's hair cutting.
Prhate Entrance for Indies.
TAY TL'TTLE. 31.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Okfick Out the White I liaise Store.
Kkmdkxck Xet diKir to Mrs. Munsoa'ar
boarding hoiLse. Clienanius street, Astoria,
And hi Ilist.e-es. h
deeds at Tub As-
rTo discriminate between wliat
is news and what is advertising in an
item is often a difficult task for a puls
lisher. Newspapers, to be on the safe
side, must charge when the item brings
mouevto others. Such is but justice,
and in compliance with the laws of hus
snsss, and without this discrimination a
newspaper will fail, financially.
tfA, wealthy Pittsburg merchant
Is reported as having said: "1 always
feel happy when 1 am advertising, for
then 1 know, that waking or sleeping. I
have a strong,though silent orator work
ing for ine;onewho never tires, nevei
sleeps, never makes mistakes and whe
is certain to enter the households froii
which, if at all, my trade must come."
.2-&Wc desire it to be distineti
uiiuvTatood that those who send us ad
vertisements f 10111 abroad, must send
Uk- cash with the advertisements.if they
would have them appear. We have
numbers of advertisements sent us from
strangers saving, Please insert and
send bill." This we cannot do ; the cash
mnt accompany the copy and the order
to in ax office.
During the absence of Mr. Carl
Adler from th eitv. Mr. CIim. AToffett
will have the entire management of hooks at Adlers,
street Astoria. Oregon. Open at all . $J fcJ 'DULL, M.I).
- -- ' Full of Valuable ami Practical In-
-Since the Ckineae started to brew . ftirilialiln. anl containing a
"che.-tp Sau r rancisco beer there is ..,....,-
little or 110 demand for that article ,M,,A h '--.
any more. Call for the Columbia ' jyiJ$ P lJ' ywitaa-; raiiM-mh! the
. J . .- . - I!ist rreatiiM'iit of each . a taWe giving all
brewery beor, if you want something the principal tlni-Mil lor the Horse, with
(Md. the onlmary !. effects, ami antidote when
- - - a pi-Mtu : a taWe with an ciignuiii. of tlie
Fresh leaf lard at Warren and ' J''V: u,:t1h u hffirniit aws with ruks
v ' for telling the aeof the IIih-jc: (Geiigna-
Jaton s. . I ittS showing the iiiiNrtaiit imhiUs in the
,..,r ,.,, ,,.WM, i,MnV it Tut.- stniclun of the hnise. also illH-strating xsi-
(.et jour legal blanks at liif. thiis :Lsiiinel bvskk iiorM- in diff.-reiit dN
AsTORIAX office. A full line of over leases. A aluaMr fOllelhHi of rrrelpts.
two hundred Styles. 1 nmuy o which wmild co-t a Imrse-owiH-r
- - j three to live dollars eacli
-1'. WilhelimBoss saloon ,, opposite! EVERY FARMER SHOULD OWN
the Clarendon hotel, Portland, Oregon. . THI5 RfinVf
Choice California hams and bacon Thousands who haxeHi-nit eiHitmeiid It.
.it 12 cmts nor noniid. at Geo. V ' -nd inanj giHMl horviHea ha e exPHIed it in
ZIEBER & KN0WLES, Proprietors.
Free coach to anil from the house.
esrTiiK lu. storia. Lson file at the
ClareiidiMi Hotel reading mom.
HO TE LZ UR R H EIWPPALZ ,
OKI'TSCII KS (.'ASTHAl'N.
HKNK KOTHE, - - MANAGER.
ic Fnit street. Ik'Iwccii Main ami SuHihhi.
Ibmnl and I-odeiog. ht week .rf W
lSird and IjHltnu:. per da .. . .. 1 w
IhKtul I witlHMit tedintr) per week 1 00
Meals r eeiits ; LiHtgtiu; '., to . cents.
KeiiM-NilH-r Heiirv Kothe when wm go to
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
MAIX STKEET. ASTOKIA.
THE iXDHKSICXKti IS PI.E.VSE1" TO
:uiiHHtiHe to the
Ladies' and Gentlemen of this City
That he is now prewired to fnniLsh for them,
in Hn chi style, and e eo' st j Ie,
OYSTEKS, HOT COFFEE, TEA. ETC.
Ladies" and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
Ph-sise give nie a dL
KOSCOK D1XOX, Proprietor
J G. FAlltFOWL & SON,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS kJJ&
Portland and Astoria, Oregon.
Refer by pcrml?ion to R05jers.Meyer3.kC0,,
Allen i Loww.Coroitt&Macleay,
J. H. D. GRAY,
Wholesale and retail dealer In.
ALL KIXJJS OF FEED,
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
General storma and Wharfage on renson
.ote terms. Ftmt or Kentim street. A.storiar
astokia. - - - okegox.
Will contract for work in lib line ami fur
nish the giavs. Small jo!h dime to order.
Cass street, next door to the corner of Jeffer
son street, Astoria. Oregon.
i the hisnest terms, even statmtr that they
Iif jer it ii ukis wiiivti ciisi c uv n oi'j w.
Save money by buyingyour school
Do tint inrow ami) your money m the pur
cliae ot costly bonks on the Horse, which
are so full of Izttin phrases and tcchniral
tennsas to be uumtelligilde to the average
BUY KENr ALL'S TREATISE,
his business, and he will cwmmeuce at j When vou want a dish of nice
once by reducing prices of everything Eastern Ovsters done ui a la mode, or
suitable to dull times. Everybody a r00d steak or a fraTant cud of ! A O0O,c ot ,w WZP. paper coyer, giving
citi 1p inrr1 .f Wm.r rwnTd waII 5r 11 I t? 1 .'1 p., J you more practlail mfoniiatioii than It eon-
can be assured ot being treated well, coffee, call at Frank Fabres on the! mined in some large volumes at far higher
aud furthermore will nnd out by care-j roadwav, and he will accommodate J l"ut. Having examined this book thoroughly
ful examination of goods and prices you. Open at all hours. J we are satisfied no
that Adlers store is the place to do
your buying. You can alwaj's find
what you ask for in large variety.
Gray's wood yard is now fitted up
on the wharf foot of Benton street,
and prepared to deliver wood to any
part of the city sawed to any length,
and full measure.
John Rogers has just received at
the Central market a large invoice of
coal oil, assorteds brand, and for sale
at reduced rates. He also keeps a
genoral assortment of groceries, liq
uors, tobacco, cigars, fruits and vege
tables of best quality, which he offers
at small profit for cash.
Mr. John Rogers, of the Central j
Market, has made arrangements to j Would hesitate a moment about investing as
keep all the linest fresh fish, etc, in I cents in Us purchase, if he did but know the
thmr n-uin value of its contents. Kecngiiiaiig the de-
- 2. 1 sirauuuj 01 navmg such praciieai inionua-
iNatioual brewery KeXiNcan
Rr.Hi mi Tcri.r closer cml- ! Agricultural Books, we have secured
and hot water apparatus, furnished! Several Hundred Copies
hotels and private residences, at lowest i Of this valuable little TreatiM- on the Horse.
,, -,i elirtest initio be IVTvniiw ' single copies or which we shall be pleased to
rates aim siiortest notice, oy aiagnus ,lulfUoa;n rea,ierof this paper, postage pre-
C. Crosby, at the little tin shop "round paid bv us, on receipt of
the corner j J25 OSHSTTS.
Tlie new improved Franconia ! JilI"a "?n V! ,ni1,eJ",c"rrencv'',,
The New York Oyster Saloon
Will serve to their customers from this
ate as follows :
TEA, COFFEE, CHOCOLATE.
Ran tern Oysters A I way h on Hand,
And will Ik kept as a first class Oyster Sa
loon, in first class style.
DANIEL GRANT. Manager.
X" I mm ;is uiir i.vtiiiiu 1111-uu.s n.m mru 111
r rancisco their businiv, proidcd at reasonable cost
t be beat. ; instead of bcingoiiuged to jmv the ein)rmuiLS
nruiiisui'jii umru iiy me 1 uinisiicrs u iihpi
range, kept by 31agnus C. Crosby,
stands at the top of the market
I. C. IKELAXD.
id. 5u. cTJinsrisr.
Xlir.3IirX FEED AI HAY.
Casli paid for coimtry proiluce. Small
profits on ca-.li sxdes. Astoria, Oregon, cor
ner of M:Un and Squcmocuhe stneLs.
1VAK IS DIICLAKED WITHOUT
And no terms of peace until every man in
Astoria has a new suit o clothes
MA OK IY JIKAA'Y.
IK)k at the prices :
Iants to onler from - - 5S CO
Pants, Geiiuine French Cassliuere - 12 CO
Suits from - - - - - - 25 CO
The finst line ot samples on the coast to
select from. P. J. MEAXY,
Merchant Tailor. Parker House. Astoria,
C. K. .lACKIXs .1. a. 3IONT003IKUV.
STOVE AND TIN STORE
Sole Agents for the
Magee Standard Ranges. Etc.
ASTOKIA, - OKEGOX.
First Class Saloon.
.1. ,T. KILEY. - - rKOPKIETORV
On the Roadway, opposite the Oregon Rail"
way and Navigation Go's wliurf.
New Bagatelle Table,
(The Chinese must go.)
Tlie choicest brands of foreign and domestic
VI.ES. IiiqUOKS AXD CIGARS.
WBet Chicazo Beer.-So.
J. T. B0RCHERS,
CONC03LLY STKEET. ASTOKIA.
Manufacturer and Packer of
CAVIAR, SMOKED SALMON.
Cash paid for fresh
BLACK STURGEON SPAWN.
Smoked Sturgeon, and "rooked Salmon put
up In tins to ship to any part of the world.
Abo. trout halt f salmon eggs) put up in cans
and warranted to keep anv length of time.
Depot at Kogers Central Market, comer of
Cais aud Cheuamus streets, Astoria.
PRTNTED AND BOUND TO ANY SIZE,
L and ruled to any order, at
The Astosus oSce.