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TUESDAY MAY 31, lSbl
ISSUED EVBRY MOEKIHG.
II. V. Ireland, Hdltor and Vni
AsUtricvH JiniUUitij, (?. Slrtcl
Terms of Subscription :
served by Csrner. per week 2S Cents
Soot by mail. ftjr)flj5ths.........-..........5 W
?onthvMan.tBe v-r. a i
Proo of Pastw-e toab3cnbers.
- Advertifowonta inserted by taoj-eur at j
the rate of cl So ier square itw mwtfa.
1'raHwent sdvort'iWHt:. by the dy or week.
Ifty cenU ior square for oaeh insertion.
the cclih Aotonan
1 a imtntnioUi .sheet, nearix double
the -sixe of lheDftiix. Hi-. ju4 the pa
jerforthe fireside. iNHiiainhii: in sddi
timiioaU the cut i cist wx. choice inin-ot-linwj.afrncMM'Mal
matter, maikt re
hi te. ite. It is Im-nished Jo MHtjk sih
si"fui. aJ J (H) mm xear in advance.
I3TA limited iittuin.r ot ma!' adwi-
tieHieid- iM rtwi 1 i-4xljte!iel sates, i
I Mi' JUu. toin w4l in, r.; ' j iHM-tod sale of the OrtfMM railway.
rw t! m4rwii'4i' tttie? fn iff rtty ftt '
mar Thk AsmKiAN ub .'Jnm. miM . ctdoitMl man uaMHtl Junes
. Whhkia W-M'-WJl-jfonmvVOIJ1.(ovMM,v Crant t iIm
)' uut1t$ttml -jrpvttc. Ai4tfie MiW'c ,,,. ...
emtim-.1r fitl. IsMPf rrt, r t cxflee ankKMi, iliwl at St.
i -u-ttmttitM n-m Mnrys h'jitl n HatHrda.
-So uttmebh ihe mm.
Tlie iM4ac Jihr iwikil fn Pta-1
'OoBoct'!' daj lu-9iini'ii Vtl J
"ys ik't iH'oitii.
The .steamer KoUx i in j
utotmmnd of Cajt. W. Vsyt. i
--Tlie Btvtihaw tmd thi Yk'tmia j
Cf)B U aea yKeiilay, IIaMn jhII.
J J J
Mesers. C. fjUHJiiwelHf and A.
JtMitit itutHl .Sunday frn IVi-
land by at earner OreRon.
Tlie A i go was towed i by lite
iBfehaM). ?JcYiekar pilot. She was
.seventy days from Valparaiso.
'Hie Ethel was towed in by the
Mnry Taylor, Capl. Wass pilot. She
wtife one bundled and ninety day from
The Oiegon vest ei day took away
eighty-seven cabin and fifty-six steer
age passengers. She took 1000 uucs
of salmon from Astoria.
Mr. Power expects to take hi,
horse and buggj and go over to Clat
sop plains to-morrow for a visit of a
few days. A ride on the beach of old
ocean will be of immense good to him.
The Columbia arrived at one
o'clock yesterday afternoon. IJcr
cabin passenger Hat numbered 144
persons, of whom sixty-four were
ladies. The steerage list was about
oqually as large.
Dr. Severn, the attending physi
cian, reports that Mr. John B&doliet
was able to walk across the room at
his residence yostcrday. He is very
feeble; however, he is better than he
was a few days since, when lie was
The Trustee will be the first to
sail of a flcot of four vessels loading
at South Bend mills on the 2Gth.
She will be followed b' the Argonaut,
Annie Goe and Rebecca, all for San
Francisco, lumder laden. The Enter
prise was due there last Friday morii
ina. f Humors wore flying around, cur
rent everywhere in the city, yesterday
morning that Mr. John Badollet was
dead. The rumor perhaps originated
from surprise, in consequence of all
the flags of the city having been placed
at half mast m honor of the Nations
dead, it being Decoration day.
Mr. J. C. Trullinger has estab
lished a first class logging camp near
Wcstport, and is preparing to start
his Astoria saw mill by the first ddy
of September. He will put fifteen
hundred thousand feet, porhaps two
million feet of first-class logs, into his
boom this summer and fall.
If there is a man in this region
who thinks he can stand anything,
and will just go io the oil works be
low town, he can take the belt if he
don't throw up his last mealthat is,
of course, considering that he has
eaten anything within three days of
the date of the lest. He 'd throw up
a land grant, if he was a German rail
Capt. Everson, of the -United
States steamer Shubrick, is our au
thority for the statement that when
the strange visitor to these waters
(the whale) was opened, there was
found a ladies diamond ring together
with a set of bracelets. It is certain
ly a strange fish, laying ail jokes aside.
Whether the jewels wefe found in the
whale3 belly or not, Everson refuses to
The first officer of the British
ship Eller Bank, John K. Foster, a
native of England, was found dead in j evening, informing her of the dangcr
his bed on board on Saturday aftor- j fs illnos3 of hor mother, and she mi
noon. At the request and expense of ! mediately began preparations for hor
the captain of the ship, an inquest ! doparture and was on board the stenm
xvas held by Coroner B. B. Franklin, er by two p.m.. next dax'. As every-
at which the following jurors were
swern: F. B. Hicks, foreman ;Chas.
S. Wright, J. Strauss, J. D. Higgins,
F. A. Graves and Win. Tarrant. The
verdict of the jury, aftor taking all
the evidence, xvas to the effect that
deceased died from hemorrhage from
rupture of a vessel internal.
j p mwif 'ffp9w
I Fishing Boats at Sea.
! A note from Cant. J. Y. Muiisou,
J chif keecr at Hiiti Ads nig light,
I rends 8 follows.
Point A dam.. Ma 50th.
i Eiiitei: Aiekia:
Sex'eral fisliitig boats outside the bar
. this morning. One boat emu ashore
I mori li"ht house ri"ht side up, but
r.ii..) : ji l. .:;-.. t i
ni.. - i .......:.. n i. ji. i
uiiwi uumute im-uu-u me urwhun. .
i At..., .7 fll. r-.U.t l.;,A -.11 '
i uviij Mtx;. iui. 1K3V4 ynuvnu utiiiij j an
I safe. J. V. Mrxsox.
p.ie Ethe wju discharge her in
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WHrd rg at Aatona.
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at Page A: Aliens
Look at the straw borrio you can
get at lifedci for ten cunts.
The Alumni of St. llelews hall,
Portland, will ltold its annual irtooting
The Oregon on lier nut ward voy
age on tta iS-tli fiotu this port catrietl
4,500 caws of altMm hik! alwnit 500
ias ,f wheat.
"Mi. Y. Iteid iHcd frM N'ew
! rfc fr Stsitlntttt on 2u(Hi4av. The
-The find oUicer if the Klleitatik,
Mr. John It. later. hm hinted fnmi
Oiwee ekMidt Smtday afleriKMn,
l!w. A. T. Porki otiietattn.
The ti-aier Stale. wt her lost
vinitje fuiw ihi jot. chitmhI fiotn
Antorta C.Ui. ea i4 sahmui, .1.::10
l:vHfe, and 4tX) tins f whoai.
DibMiil hmi Dmvvimm renei-sillv 4i
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jser.i ihrougiMrtil the i niteit Swt
j ytkAvwhty. In Ast4'm the nng of
the city were diaidaycd at half mast.
CajH. Mori-ia returned fiH lower
CnHfornia by steamer y(c4dN3. He
reMri having had a jam up firat ciais
tistte. The family have gone to New
Tlie South Bend null ia miming
(n full time turning out about forty
thousand feet daily, mostly spruce, as
the demand is good for that claw? of
lumber in San Francisco.
Little Birdie Huuiistou, whose
doath occmrcd on the 1-llh at llwaco,
was the pet of the village. The
j stricken mient.s have the sympathies
of many friettd in their lereavenieiit.
A disgraceful row oeciired on Cass
street, at Cases' step, jutt at church
time on SuikIk-, iu which one of the
actors know n as Gassy Chailey got an
eye gouged. The other fellow, un
Capt. J. II. D. Gray has been
subpenaed as a witness, and is forced
away from hit business to attend
court in Portland. Tihs affairs here
will be in the hands of Mr. McKoan
during hie absence.
Some of the Celestial passengers
on board the Bessr are getting restive
and want to come ashore. That is
peifoctly natural, even to a Chinaman;
but Dr. Tuitlc has the nerve to saj
"no!" positively; till it becomes abso
lutely certain to be safe.
Mr. Gilbertson, of the firm of
Mackenzie A. Gilbertson, had embark
ed and was about U) depart by the
Oregon for San Francisco, but the
Ethel hove in sight, laden with a large
amount of tin plates for the firm, and
his trip to the bay city was deferred.
The Standard says that last xveek
deputy United Stales Marshal Taylor,
of Josephine county, arrested Martin
Mackey and his son on the charge of
sending threatening letters through
the mails. They will be brought to
Portland to answer for the charge
before Judge Dandy." We should be
very well pleased to see a doputy
United States marshal put in an ap
pearance at Astoria in the very same
Capt. U. B. Scott new propol
ler Fleetwood, on Saturday made the
run from her dock in Poitland up to
Row island, and to the mouth of the
Willamet and back now n in less than
an hour aud Ihiee-quarteis. She will
be put upon the route between Port
land and the Cascades, connecting
with the Gold Dust for The Dalles.
She is elegantly fitted up for passen
gers and light froight, and will run
liftoon miles an hour. U. 1). Scott
will lie commander, G. Cox purser
and Henrv Drake engineer.
There xvill be a great many re
grets expressed xvhou friond3 of Mise
L. L. Allen learn of her sudden de
parture from Astoria by the steamer
Oregon. She had just dismissed her
school on Friday for the summer va
cation, aud was intending to visit
Portland this xvook, not expecting
that she should return east until fall at
least, when a dispatch xras received
from her father in Vermont, Saturday
body supposed the steamer would
leave w ithout delay at Astoria, and it
boing Sunday, Miss Allen xvas unable
to bid but few friends good bye. She
lias the best "wishes of a Jegion ot
friends however, on her sad and lone
some journey, and all hope for her
safe and speedy Teturn here.
Description of the "Whale.
The whale caught in Bakers bay, j
kavImiVah th lwnrli t fho nil
works below the city, has been the
topic of comment for the last few
days. To settle the question we sent
our reporter to the tpot and here is
! his repert: The fish is twenty-eight j
f, . f. .- p ., . A ,.f
mu '""B ""'" "V " "" l" u"" "l
tail, ten feet iu circiitnference around
the body, has two fins just back of
gills, two on liack, and two logs about
six feet from tail about four foot Ion".
TPli . tflt 1 3 nKtnf fftiiw TriAf tiMflA
i iicii ici iv it-s mil uujjatij. itviu
, . . ,, - A1
are four layers of skin ovei the sills,
each nicely overlapnins. Ihe othor.
In our opinion this Ls a rare fish and
from our knowledge and rending must
pronounce it n genuine whtilerns
olcphantus. This fish is found mostly
near the South-sen inlands and how
this one -should !me found its n) iu
Uiosu w.iters is a mystery and probab
lv ill remain unscdved.
Krporl Ilarlt Ktlic-I
Left I.ivei)XKl Xovember Jt. l-u:
paw-enl Tu-sker on theid. v. lien we had
a Mieee.-kn of sales from J.SK to.SY.
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. the wind eered to NV. moderate. I
December 14 it asain barked nuind to j
the southward, and eoiitiuued to blow j
(tioiig at timesi fromKlo W SV j
tmtil the J 1th of January, hit. l." des-K)!
,min ne: UiJong.27degu.-j min w.t: we j
then sot the L trades moderate.
rjdes:min V. Hence to cape Horn,
weather moderate, winch we jweil !
Maieh Ni. From then until the -lHh '
we had er hi weather ml. .
deg t mill mmiIIi. long. T' deg -.i) mill
west bonce to tin eiiuitoi. April :!.Nl.
which we crowd in 11G deg "J7 mill
west. Cot Hie noillieast trades April
2Sth. lat. I'des ' mm iioith. stioug NK
to X .N E. Lost the trade-. May Pth. lal.
L-H k-g " mill nerth: hence to the bar
strong eastern wind- as taras-JSdeg
north. Prom then tooiir arrial on" the
bar. weather er unsettled. Max 27th,
Dm-of the Turner station robbers
turned up a fow days since in Wash
ington county. At Scholls ferry he
sold his rex'olvur for six dollars to Bill
Shuck who lives down on the Tuala
tin, then he broke iuto Bill's house
and stole the rex'olvcr'he had sold to .
him, 20 in coin, an overcoat and a
.shotgun. "OHiccrs hax-c been upon
his track' for about three weeks.
The new and elegant Shoalwater
bay steamer South Bend, Capt. John
Brown, makes regular trips to the
head of the bay on Tuesdays and Fri
days. She is a staunch little craft
and makes good speed, and under the
nianagomont of Capt. John Brown
will be decidedly popular xvith the
To the sltK-hholdera'of the Pythian
Land and Building Associatien:
You an herebv notlied to meet at the
Castle hall of Astor lodge o. 0, K of 1
Astothi,Oiegou. onxhc cx'iniingol Wed
nesday, June 1, lfv"1, immediately after
theeloseof tlic lodge, for the purpose of j
electing ilirtHJlorffor snld asoeiiitiuii
and tor such ojAier bufiness as may
come before the Sleeting
Signed. Jav Tl'tti.i:,
By order of the Incorporators.
Astoria, Oregon. Mav 30, 1881.
Itrieh! Itrirk! Itrirli!
I have ou hand a large amount of
bnok for sale at from 5 to $8 per
thousand. Call and examine near
Free lunch, beer and xxhiskey to-
mokisoxv at the Great Eastern saloon.
Constantly oihmfd. and iu quantities
to Mtit. Liverool factory tilled. Bay
coarse, and haft grtiiud. at
J G r.o. W. 1 1 v xi e.
Prof. A. L. Francis has secured
the agency of some of the leading
pianos and organs, among xvhich are
the Stoinway, Decker, Weber and
Knabe pianos and Mason .bjHn.iulin,
Palace, Woods and Estey. organs,
Paeanini violins. 3Iartitt cuftars. Ro
man strings and a large and well
selected stock of sheetinusia furnished
to ordor. All kinds of inuslil instru
ments tuned and repaired in; first class
manner. He will visit Ast&ria on or
about June 1, 1S81.1 Any orders left
at the Occident luptel xvill rcceix'e
A fine lot of French candies justl
received at Adler's.
Ice cpwun at Roscoes oj'Rtor and
refreshment saloon on Main street.
1. Wilholni. Boss saloon, onnosite
the Clarendon hot-el, Portland, Oregon,
. tvHcstcu to mil aiMitakean iiiciunr aim
Mvxr.w.v. c.. T?...:r.scefortlH'msoles. 1'irrKK Kills,
ax. Wagners San Francisco KKUlvr nn.r Hall. Vjiii sired. w..n.i.
National bnewoiT beer can t be beat. (Oregon.
i May 27, IRSL
Prices for cannery and fishermen's i
supplies have been .slaughtered at M.
A splendid large front room to let
suitable for an office, opposito the bell
tower. Apply to A. Campbell.
Everybody cats candy, conse
quently xve adxise you to get the best.
Go to the Astoria Candy Factor', op
posito the bell tower, where all our
goods are made in plain view of every
body, and of none bnt the purest and
Go to M. C. Crosby's and get
your lunch buckets, xvater kegs, bail
ers, buoys and boat stox'es.
Mr. John Rogers, of the Central
Market, has made arrangements to
keep all the finest fresh fish, etc., m
Almost everT dax' we hear parties
complain of our giving them too much
ior incir money, uui, xve ircac an aiiKC,
sell them pure goods and compel them
to take down xveight. We do our oxvn
work, make fresh candies ex'cry day,
turn our money over as often, sell
cheap, give good xveight and feel
happy all this at the Astoria Candy
Factory, opposite the boll tower.
Fresh vaccine virus from Bullock
and Crenshaxv, Philadelphia. Only
used by Dr. Miller, sr., for vaccina
tion. Call and see him if you want
to be vaccinated. Opposite 0. R, and
N. Co's wharf.
OflirCM to Kent.
Single or iu suites of two, in The i
Astokian buildm". lJnccs reasonable.
FurniMiiMl Uooni to .Let
At Mrs. Mcnson's lodjnnt; house.
.lMHt Itercivcd at Carl Atllcr.
A new invoice of those Celebrated" OBANDLMH Y
Cabinet Grand Pianos. Also, a newt
invoice of Zstv Organs.
He will sellrj
pianos and organs at manufacturers
prices for cash, or on the inttalhnent
Xotlce to Fishermen.
Don't heave your small fish, sturgeon
or stutgeon eggs awa', but take them
to J. T. Borchers, at the Dew Drop
Inn, he will biy all of you and pay
you well in cash for them, and in this
way you can make your free lieer and
Attention to Ilerr Urinlcei".
The celebrated San Francisco Na
tional Beer, -Max Wagner agent,
ia away ahead. The men who ap
preciate and an- w-H pleased to furnish
it for their eiftometx are Jlr. BciSoh
and Air. Louis Jlah.t m Asttiria. and
Air. W. V. Wanl and V. B. Hayden
iu Iluaco. "And don't take the
C"r.e shoe away trom their d...r.
On tin. niht of Moudav. Mav 1:1.
allu hnjf .w,t wv V, ,.. v
,, . .r ' . . . .
J'"0"1 V"1"" ? wnl between
woody iaud and Bnwnsp.rl. lie
was Ureed :u a brown owl. light
.t - rt imt.nlH.ii4 KiMiPrmon -..nl
others me requested to haik out forj
the body, and when found report toj
the Srandinnx ian cannerv. !
Ceo. Hill, proprietor and manaxcr,
Fred Cere, singe manager. A. Ostrander.
leader of orchestra. Ceo. Lambert. loader
of brass baud. Two new arts entitled
! -The IJisr.V and "Our Inside and Out
side Sonants." ew first p.m. and a
brilliant olio of .jatiallies. Mr. ('has.
Niekerson will manipulate the Ihuics.
Mr. Jno. Cook the tamboriuo. while Mr.
Fred Ceie wilt interrogate. Mis Lou
Cook in beautiful ballad. also Mr..l:iuies
Morris iu oeal senis. The Big t hae
come and "one. The Big.'iare here tostax
I Vcv iirciis(ntl siliwtioiish our elhtiiiil
orchestra, and nex mie-ic "b our excel
lent brass hand on the snuiil stand at
precisely 7 v. xi. Curtain rises at ex
actly s i. xi. Entrance on IJcnton street :
1 entrance to prix'ate Imim-s. m Chcuamus
Look out for a big lot of San
Francisco National brexx'ery beer to
arrive by steamship Oregon, at Max
-Dr. J. Welch w ill w in Astoria
May2ith, to practice his profession
for a few xveek-5. He will haxe rooms
at the Occident.
Sure preventix'e for small ios,
iu boxes suitable to ,nf in the jMick
ut. Every jHiraon c.1 rjrtld have one.
Price 2." cents, at yon n s drug store.
Capt. J II. D. Gray is now pre-
hi red to supply the best qualities of
fir, hemlock, vine maple, spruce limbs,
r , t .'. ,, .... '
ftM,t rf l'ntm street.
For the Genuine J. II. Cutter
old Bourbon, and lite best of wines,
liquors, and San Francisco beer call
at the Gem opposite the bell tower,
and see Campbell.
? Jlax anil, a til
isifiMi ihi 1 ridiix.
fathom. TlH! pro
Ih hal iiihhi
is b ail ins at
V .niv- 'Mrt.nn. ...
Max 21, 11. -
bt.i: WL M.
"JVTirr LOST. lui ratlimas of to mesh new
1 net, inarkett diainoad K-r. on corks. K.
T. on lead-.. Ihiox No. 27 ; part of the corks
new and part ild . lo; on lite nmniiiM; of
thedmt iHst. The finder will iK'siiltablx re
wanteit hy n'tuniiiiKtoilH
As)ina.3Iax -X. Issi.
T OST. In the neielilNixlHNMl of IVhiU Kills,
jli .uoniiax niKiu.. uayssi
of all new l" HK"h nzt, cotj
C'. The tlialer will l'i
A tmn.i...! k: i.
onivineiufonHatiiiif toor Iwixlnjc the net
at the .seaiMUiavrurJ'-aMHtf O
hiw ToiKnie ixiint. j f
S A.YIM.NAA I V.N I'Al'KIM
Mjx 21th. 1kL
I" OST. -itelweeii Maillis Hhit aad .las.
J Wtllinms caiiiicrx, alKHit 2i)fatlHiiieuf
netxxelMHilof the nihlillci a uel.also the
lead line , no cork Him. et, r. inesh deep,
ltartMHirs t-Hx . leads one iyeli and a iiiarter
lHitc. I-ot on hiw water Thcm;i innriilHg.
The Mudcr wilt 1k saltahtv ivwardiil on lea
ing infonnatHHi at tlh Vest Coat Tacking
eeinjianx. .1. OSTKOXI.
Ma 'Si. tasl.
i ril HAYi: M)Y PiaCKD THLs CIKST
? class xess'i ihi the terth ftr salmon
loailiiiKto lJxenod. l'orpartleid.irsn'ganl-
inKnttcsof freight and insurance, apph to
Saloon for Sale.
In coNsr.ijri:xci: or i:f.mo ali'i:om
Astoria to eastern Oregon. 1 lieiehx offer
i or sale mx saloon, enure m.k-k. iiintiiHn
i 'ds ami IksIiHuk at -st pnee. ihijers are
Notice to Outside Fishermen
JIUSHINC. WITH NETS P.I'.LOXC.IXnTO
. theiiiselxes.aud dcimig lnscll their sal
mon, will find it to their interest to consult
As he desires lo pnrctia-e fresh salmon
53?Fish xx HI he taken on tKianl tlieli,aiii
erOuick.stcn.tUX'xxhcrc on the rixer and the
.same price xxilt he allowed as though the uh
xxere uenvereuat tlie cannery in Knappion
Street improvement Notice.
etici: isiii:ni:i:Y ni yen that the
LX Common Council of tliecitvof Astoria.
propose to order the iinprnxenicnt or that
portion of Pine street in John M. Sluxelxs
addition to tliecitvof Astoria from the cast
ide of East-Fifth street to xxest side of lii.t
Slxth street, ly grading tlieinc to the full
xxldth or iaid street, and unless a remon
strance signed hy tlie oxviiersof two-thirds
of the propcrtv fronting on said ortionor
said .street lie Med with the Auditor and
Cleric of said eitx xxtthiu ten dax s from the
final publication of this notice, tlie Common
Council x HI order the sanl iniproxeraeutsto
he made. Bx order of the Common Council.
K. 11. CAKDWELb.
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria. May 25, 1SSI. I0td
Street Improvement Notice.
NOTICE IS HEKEKY GIVEN" THAT the
Common Conned of the city of Astoria
propose-to order the Improvement of that
IKirtlon of East-Fifth street in John M.
hhlxclx addition to theeltx of Astoria from
the north side of Hemlock .street to tlie south
s.de of Pine street, bx gradlm; t he same to the
full x idth of said street and unless a remon
strance signed bx the owners of two-thirds
of the property fronthi-; on .said iwrtion of
said street lie filed xxith the Auditor and
Clerk of said city within ten dax from the
final publication of tills notice, tlie Common
Council will order thesaidimproxcmcnLsto
lc made. Bx- onler of tlie Common Council.
R. H CAKMYELL,
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, May S5, 1831. lotd
niwi tj litre
mbkciiard & upsnuR
PAINTS OILS, ETC.
AttirNPY OK TIIK
Imperial Mills Flour and Feed.
Chsnaraus Street. Kear Olney-j
e. I.KiNKNW HSKK. llllt.XM I'.ltOWX.
I'sTXKl IsJIKI. ImTV.
Leincmvober & Co.,
TAKNERS -AND CURRIERS,
M..iuif.it tarei -.and In.Hirlcrsol
V I.I. MM I (IF
A KB FINDINGS
VIs:K I 'eaters in
OIL AND TALLOW.
MAxn-wrri i:i:ns ok
BOOTS and SHOES
tdI!h;hest e:ivli ih-hv imid tor Hides and
CciHT.il atorliHeat of laWe stmlr constantly
on Hand, such as
CnuiKMl Fruits and Jelly,
Bacon. Ham3. Shoulders, Lard,
HiiUS. IsriTKU. CHEESE.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
riSEI. Iori.TItY ASD C3AME
III tlM stiMMI
C'tttAZSS ASI TOKACCO.
x:esi r wirus asi mquojs.
All cheap foi CASH. CooiU sold on com
taissioii. opwisite I. W.Case'" store.
I). K. H XRKK5.
T. W. Eato.-.
Astoria Market !
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEt ,
ASTOKIA. - - OKEtiOX.
V.WStltKX A r.ATO.V. Proprietor.
(S&hm- WarttH JMcGuirf
Whfdwale ami Retail Dealors in
Fresh and Cured Meats
A full Hue of
FAMILY CKOCEKIE. CLOUi:. FEEll
HAY. CANNED FKLMT. VF.OK-
& 1 tatter, Kk. Cheese, etc. constantly
C-.J- abii.s 5iipiIied st the Inwrt rates.
MRS. S. T. MeKEAN,
ll klllds f
LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC.,
Corner of :.-. and .IcffepxMi streets, AstorLi.
i laillpltigiiiMie to Older
CLEANIN& and REPAIRING-
NEAT. CHEAP VNt t IC1C. VA
Chctiaiiiiis Hi., next Nk (tolas Ikirtier Shop.
T WI.MI TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF
X the citl7eiLs of Astoria and vhinity tlint I
have opened a
Nir the O. K. &. N. Co dock. My stock is
new aad fresh and anx ihh xxlsning any
thins in my Hih niaj-dejK-nd on netting the
I haxe secured the scrxiees of Mr. A. F.
Johns, a careful and competent DrusgLtt of
fmirteen xears ciNriinee.xxlio will attend
to tlie lrescriptioii Department.
AKo a sidendid assiirtment of
Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
Gombsy Toilet Sets,
And ex'orytuhK; usually kept in a first class
Dms isiore. ami tney xin ue sout at tne
VEKY LOWEST PRICKS.
Bv strict attention and fair dealing I solicit
a share of the pifblic patronage.
Respectfully, J. W. CONN.
P. S. Physicians prescriptions compound
ed day or night.
ABOVE THE DIN AND TIDE OF BATTLE: AMIDST MISSILES FROM
FLYING SHOT AND SHELL, STILL COMES THE CRY AND
GRAND RUSH. TO THE I X L STORE,
"Where Ls dteplaxcd one of the largest and most complete stocks of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
EVER SEEN IN THIS MARKET,
And to I)e Sold at the lowest Marginable Profits.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS,
With Satins, Gimps, Cords and Buttons to Match.
S-auOQIEJS, TIDES, DELTTOZBIXINrG-S.
IN ENDLESS VARIETIES.
XXaSIERlT, CORSETS AND QOCOVJSS.
AT PRICES WIIICII WILL ASTONISH YOU.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE OF
S3P3riaa.s Styles n. Stjra-ror ZOTsts.
IN FACT HERE YOU VILL FIND EVERYTHING IN THE LINE
THAT CONSTITUTES A FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS ESTABLISH
MENT. I SHALL SUSTAIN MY ONE PRICE SYSTEM AND
Don't Propose to be Undersold,
CALL AND SEE ME. MME. DEMOREST AGENCY.
C. B. COOPER,
I X I. Store, corner Main and Couconily Streets. Astoria, Oregon
The Boss Coffee and Tea Pot
TWO DOORS EAST OF OCCIDENT, - - ASTORIA. OREGON,
CHAS. HE1LBORN, .
FTJRNITTJRE S? BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
"WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete in every branch.
M. MEYER - Proprietor.
HAVING EVEKY FACILITY FOK HE MANUFACTURE OF A FlnST CLASS AK
tide, I am note propared to farnia the public with the fin eat Quality, for cash.
AT .Htt CEXTS PER AIiLON
W HOIiES A TS3.
CSFamilies and keepers of publio houses promptly and rosularly supplied.
II. MEYER. Proprietor ASTORIA. OREOON.
Wilson & Fisher arnbt & eerchen,
DCAT.CKS IX l ASTORIA. - OREGON.
HARDWARE,lTlle 0nl5 lachine Shop
LUP.RICATING OILS, COAL OIL,,
PAINTS AND OILS. j
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared j
Rubber Packing. '
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED, ,
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED. !
ConierClienanins and Ilnmilton Streets axu
B. JB. FRANKLIN,
Corner Cass and S(piemMli Mreet,
ASTOKIA. ... - OREGON
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
JlF.vrnv Stkkct. Nk.xi: P.xiiKri: Hoi sk.
VSTOKIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
A. D. "WAS3. President.
J. G. Hustler, Secretary.
I. "W. Case, Treasurer.
Jonx Fox, Superintendent
THE VAN ! !
MAY TJE II I) OF
SOLE AO EXT.
Also, Agent tor the celebrated
a mm 4 fc-rii
AT. 91 50 PER DOZEN.
And the best
J- 0 JP
A kmls of
Tromptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
MACHINE SHOP, NEAtt KINNEY'S AS
JrtiM Street, - - Aatoria Oregon
BERGMAN C BERRY
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN.
tion of the public to the fact that the
above Market will always ba supplied with a
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS 1
Which will be sold at loweat rate, wholesale
and retail. Special attention riven to suppb
" THE DEW DROP INN !
Oil, fishermen, all hear the good news !
A fine saloon is started with best of
Liquors, Wines and Beer,
AND FINE FKEE LCNCH UNGUARDED.
The Grandest Caviar aad Cheese,
IN SANDWICH THICK AND THIN
And xxill you spend a pleasant hour, drop in
at the DEW DROP INN on Concomly street.
J. T. BORCHERS.
J. "VS7. OOISTN",
Wholesale agent for the
RED CROWN FLOUR
Made by the new piotess.
Tlie best Flour in the market. Ex"ery sack
guaranteed ; if not good as represented you
can return It. Merchants xvill find it to their
advantage to sell this Flour.
BRAN, SHORTS AND CHOP FEED
Also for sale.
Persons xx ishing Flour or Feed xxill find me
at my new Drug 3tore, at O. K. & N. Co's
dock, Astoria. J. "W. CONN.