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out additional er;ew. Addrcuse may be
etumuedaofle.ia daliol. iMJi'couler at
the emuitina room.
Tlie Orient is ready for sea.
Read Hansen Bros, new ad. to
day. --The .North P.ond went to sea
The Lizzie Bell was taken to sen
yesterday by the Rienhaui.
The Kate and Anna, Lizzie Bell,
and Agnes Oswald, are ready for sea.
The Agnes Oswald came down on
Sunday in tow of the Chief, Strang
The steamer Oregon proceeded to
Portland this morning at half-past
The Oregon discharged one hund
red and fifty tons of her inn aid
cargo at Astoria.
Wish: That evorybocty in As
toria could have listened to the ser
mon of Rev. A. T. Perkins. Sunday
Silas li. Smith, county assessor,
is having a neat lesidence built at
SLipauon. Hanson Bros, nie the
Miss L. L. Allen returned by the
Oregon. She received the news of the
death of her mother when she reached
Capt. Rackman came up in
charge of the steamer Oregon, Capt.
Pohl man remaining in San Francisco
on the sick list.
The steamer John Nation was
Hunk at her moorings in the slough
across Youngs bay Sunday. Hung
up by the tide.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Gray expect
to be in attendance at the meeting of
pioneers at McMinnvillc on Wednes
day of next week.
Alerts elected twelve now mem
bers Saturday night. This puts that
company now nearly up to the maxi
mum of membership.
Frieuas of Mrs. Shively will bo
pleased to learn that she is improving.
Hemorrhage has been stopped, and
she is steadily gaining strength, but
is still confined to her room.
Past Master Workmen W. D.
Hare, and Mr. C. J. Trenchard, have
been elected to ropresont Sea Side
lodge, a. o. v. w'., in Grand-lndgc, to
convene in Salem July loth.j
The addition of a cornet to the
instrumental part of Grace church
choir, by Mr. Macintosh, is a valua
ble aid to the rendering of ihe beauti
ful and impressive service and song of
Yesterday Messrs. A. Booth, S.
Booth, C. Leinenweber, and C. T.
Thomes made an excursion to Hungry
Harbor, on board the Katata, for the
purpose of paying Capt. West a fra
ternal visit, and inspecting his new
cannery, which is one of the most
perfectly appointed factories on the
coast They were delighted with the
visit, and their report of it has whetted
our appetite for a similar excursion.
The filling machines, crimpers, etc.,
and the engines that drive them, are
all made on the place, and are very
great improvements over any others
- Private dispatches were received
Sunday morning bearing the sad an
nouncement lo friends of Mr. John
Fox that his beloved wife was dead.
The mournful news struck very near
to many hearts, so dear to some and
so greatly esteemed by all was the
deceased. Mr. Fox received a dis
patch Friday which conveyed the in
telligence that Mrs. Fox was sinking,
and he left work, business, everything;
and hastened to her bedside, arriving
Saturday evening, only a little time
before her death. What grief, what
bereavement; what great synipatlry
due lo our brother and fellow citizen,
bereft as he is of one of the greatest
blessings of God, a loving wife, a true
and tender hearted mother. The
two beautiful children orphaned, the
father and husband broken in spirit,
calls for our -deepest sympathies.
Fourth of July.
The citizens couunittoc oh (he anni
versary celebration, July 4th, met in
the oditoml rooms of The Astokiav
yesterday. Present: D. C. Ireland,
chairman; Carl Adier, A. J. Mcgler,
n u r w- ii. :.. . i
t. . ' n , j Dos Plaunts under the snoltor of an
On. motion Mr. Cooper wmr chowjn Mmbrelllu When found both were sit
Secrotaiy of the committee, t ting upright m the buggy, Mrs. Wei-
After conwderaWe deiiWatiott, the j wan'a dross had taken fire and burned
committee decided upon th follow-in werI-v ofr- ,nrks ere discovored.
progmmme in part, that time Ik-: T,3 Wj,s tl,e fatl,er aml inot,,er of
1. A regatta for lowing boats, aail j our fel,ow townsman, Mr. X. V
boats and steamers. I ", proprietor of the Chicago house,
2. A proce&bioti of military, firemoti
and civic societies.
Rail and other clubs i
4 An oration and readin" of the
i. .iii omuou, anu ienuia ii imci
deelai-atioii of mdeH:ditoe. j
. a gtv.ve limner, tree ir an.
G. Fire ork, including an illumi
nated balloon aiHMUMou; to wind up
with a grand Astoria lire department
torch light procession.
The commiUee desire the c.vpera-
lion of all ciihsens, and after carefully i
considering the subject, aw.ed the i
following sub-oiNNiititUMs: !
To procure Chaplain, Orator andj
Reader: Cant. Geo. lavei. D. 3Ir-t
Capt. (I. Reed, Vol. .las.
Tavlor, C. Leinenwober
On Invitatiens: Hon. I. W. Ch&c,
Col. R. R. Siiedden, Rev. A. T. Par
kins, Cajt. . W. Berry, A. (J. Spe.x
arth. On Finance: C. S. Wright, Peter
lluney, C. J. Tronchard, W. B.
Adair. F. J. Taylor.
On Program. J. U.D. Gray, John
Hahn, J. F. Feichcn, B. Van Onsen,
R. 11. Cardwell.
On Grounds. W. W. I'urker, -L O.
Bozorth, John Williaimwn, C. P.
On Refreshments- John Hohgou,
M. C. Crofiby, Maj. C. H. Page, T. S.
Jewclt, 2Lp. Kant.
Om Ainu'semenU and game: C.
W. Fulton, S. T. McKoan, Jos.
Thomas, L. A. Noye. K P. Hicks.
On Music: C. Brown, D. A. Mc-j
Intosh, A. Jv Anderson, r. i). vn
ton, W. B. Headinglon.
On JVoceawen: Dr. W. D. Baker,
F. C. Norrifc, A. V. Allen, M. D.
Jennings, Capt. Irv. Stevens.
On Decoration. -F. W. Newell, T.
W. Eaton, W. E. Dement. J. W.
Conn, D. 11. Welch.
On Regatta: Goo. Taylor, Jr., C.
T. Thome, S. Elmore, John W.
Hume, B. Young.
On Fire werks: Win. Chawee, J . W.
Gearhart, J. G. Hustler, Dr. Jay
Tnttle, E. D. Curtis.
The committee bog that each gen
tleman named will act: but will leave
to each sub-committee attihonty ioj
fill its own vacancies.
It is deeircd that the various sub
committees meet the general com
mittee at the common council chamlcr
this (Tuowlay) evening at outfit o'clock, (
that all mv enter u:kii the work to.
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gemot in iarti:oitKtiR ariMHi, aito iw
as prompt as lossthlc.
On motion the committee adjournal.
--If yon have gt any Itooka to IhihI
ii ve vour ordcis to Carl Adler.
- The barkontine Astoria arrived at
San Franeiici on Wodnoaday, on Uor
first trip from the ahip yard at Cooi
M. C. Crcwby has reco4Vd aevun
tons of ii-on direct fnm Pit(hur via
cape Horn, which ai rived by thu
bark Rival last week. Such enlcr
prisc ought to 1k appiecialrd.
Tlie (JiTgons ias4cngr list num
ber fulh two hundred and fifty per
sons in the cabin. Among ihem wo
note Dr. and Mrs. D. S. Raker, Maj.
and Mrs. Kress, Win. Raid and wife.
Alfred Rosander, charged before
Justice Fox with grand laivcny in
stealing a watch from John Petorson,
was bound over iu the Mini of $2(K) to
appear before the grand jury.
The We&l Coast Packing company
claim the cake. One of the salmon
returned to that cannery yesterday
weighed eighty and one-half pounds.
It was caught by Alfred Anderson, of
UU.U- -U. -V.
Dean Rianchards pile driver cap
sized Sumbiy evening while moored to
the dock at the oil woiks, aud was
righted yesterday by Clinton A: Gills
pile driver, and the Rip Van Winkle
towed both to Astoria.
Sen Side lodge No. 12, .o.r.v.,
olectod the following officers Saturday
evening, for the ensuing term-
L. Haitwig (',. F.
C. Ihown Hecorder.
I. W. Case Receiver.
S. T. XcKcan F.
J. M.Olsen U.
A. W.Bern I.W.
.1. Q. A. Rowlby O.W.
Geo. itlcLi'im Trustee.
The Ocklahama loft Astoria Sat
urday with 100 Chinese for work on
the railroads beyond the Cascades.
She took them direct to the Cascades,
where they were transferred Sunday
morning to a stoainer for The Dalles,
and were yesterday at the camps ready
for work in the Palotisc rogion. This
is certainly the quickost trip that has
been made from the soaboard to the
great regions of our inland ompiro di
rect. The tile pipe chimney on the
building corner of Cass and Chonamus
was not lakcu down a day too soon.
One of the pieces was cracked longi
tudinally its entire length, and trans
vorsely in several placos, one section
had been Oiled with a piece of stove
pipe, and to make up for pjiacc was
stuffed around with cloths. When
people are so careless as that it
is a wonder more tires do not occur,
aud appeals to the council for more
extended authority on the pnrc of the
chief of the fire department.
Kendall's Spavin Cure is highly
recommended bv ProL Williams, the
wonderful horse trainer. Rend their
A Chicago dispatch of the 4th, pub
lished in the pi ess reports of that date,
contains the follewing:
Yesterday afternoon a thunderbolt
Ied Henry Veinian, his wifcand a
herac: thev were driving home near
who is bowed in grief at the tragedy, j
But the singular part of the matter is
m the met that, as naar as il ouu be j
calculated, alnMit tin- same hour Mr. I
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eiutan here in Astoua, while walk-1
;., u..r tb.. ih.i wiflu.iif . nv n. I
parent cause, fell up'iii the side walk
and broke two of his ribs. He i-i con
fined to his room, xnd the news of
the Midden deith of his father and
Mtother, tgother with pain from his
fo iMi n very deH"essing efl'ect tqwrn
hiln, HS well as his family.
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The New Version. !
Tlie old stylo used to be that when
a gentleman overtook an unprotected
lady acquaintance in a rain storm and
extending his umbrella over her, he
simply asked the pleasure of protect
ing and escorting her. The new ver
sion runs this wa'. Marriod or
single, it dont make any difference.
He sa3s: "May 1 have the pleasure
of acting as your raiu-boatt." She
says: "Certainly my rein-dear!" and
taking his arm they walk ofl" together.
This is from the authorized edition
rei.in: ( orirr i:ri:x ,.i. -
Allen Auderswii, drunk, lined $12 TU;
MMit to jail for one day.
August Lin dull, drunk, deposit of
S5 00 forfeited.
James Brown, drunk, fined SJ 00;
.las. McDonough, lighting, lined
S5 00; &ont to jail for two da's.
John Dh, fighting, doponit of So 001
John Connors, drunk, fined $T 0(1;
sent to jail for two days.
George Swansou, indecent act, lined
25 00; sent to jail for twolve days.
Frank Scow, disorderly, fined
25 00; Hid.
James Schue, disordeily, fined
ir 00; jMiul.
James Roland, drunk, fined 2 00;
sent to jail for one day.
Donald Poach, diunk, deposit of
$5 00 forfoiteil.
Frank Smith, drunk, deposit of
." 00 forfeited.
Win. Doland, indccoiit act, fined
' Ul' .f5"1- J"" Jor "Ri' .
A. J'oteison, drunk, deport ot I
i 00 lorloitou. i
, , r, ill -i r!
John Cameron, drunk, deposit of
S. UU lorloited.
Indian Jack, drunk, deposit
$." 00 forfeite.1.
T. C. Crowlcv, diunk, deposit of
$5 00 forfoitetl.
John Dee, disorderly, deiKl of
STi 00 foi foiled.
D. L. Pike runs tint bo bat on
Tillamook bay, and is reported to be
xu accemuKKUitiu: geutloman as well
aa a safe and cHicicnt master f his
- Tlie Albany journal notux the re
turn of Mr. O. P. Thompkini to
Harrisburg qnite restoicd in health
after his visit t Astoiia. Ho speaks
iu uuloinstic terms ti the kiudues&
7 . , . , i meio iaKe eareoi oaov anui. nrnsiK
sliown him ly the good people off, iw,n had to eat all the candv ou
The Walla-walla Statesman thinks
there i a "peculiar fisiturc" aliout
the Oregon Raiha3' aud Navigation
comiMiny'a deiHd plnlforms. The jmis-
sencr platftrms are on a level with
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the ground, within easy step oi the
air steps while the freight platform is
on a hight with the freight cars. It
also describes a cattle guard new to it:
"consistins of tii-ansular pieces of
timlMJP sfet up edgc ways acr0S3 the
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tracK ai an even mgut. witu me rails
or about fur inches high' and ssge-
Iv remarks that- "It is said that
mock win 1101 sicp oersucn a guani.
Kcitt Frank, don't, ".rive x'l.nrseif
.i.i ?n ..ii.. t. 1 it
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away" in such manner any more.
An L'nrivalleil Hair DrcsMiiir.
Producing s rich and clwiiih appear-
anec as if nature alone had impartial t.
Rurnctt's Cocoame is the hot and
cluyipest hair diosmg-kills dandruff,
alla irritatiiHi. and i-romotes a v igor-1
ous and healthv growth of the hair.!
No other coinpoiiud luoduces these re-
'i'i. c.,..n5i.r5tv..r ir.,ntv (i....-.;..., I
extracts consists iu their perfect
racis consists 11 iiieir pericct puruy
I great strength. They are warrant-
free from the ivoisonous oils and
Is which cuter into the coinjMiMtion
nany of tlie factitious fruit ilavors
now in the market
In nine csuscs out of cver ten. the
coughs, colds and catarrh proceed from
HinUiri'Mnnte in the stomach and bowels.
Pf indei iS im ruriH i i? a certain
.M.nl iuniiir is a icriain
The propnetorss of Kendall" Spavin
Cure challenge the a hole world to pro
duce its equal as a cure for rheumatism
or any other deep scaled pain. It stands
Ice cieam atRoscocs oj-stcr ami re
freshment saloon on Alain street.
Max. Wagner's San Francisco Na
tional brewery beer can't be beat.
P. Wilhelm, Ross saloon. opjKisite
the Clarendon hotel, Portland, Oiegon.
Look out for a big lot of San Fran
cisco National brewery beer to arrive
by steamer Oregon, at Max Wagner's
P. J. Goodman, on Chcnamus street,
has jjust received the latest and most
fashionable style of gents and ladies
loots. shoes, etc.
Mr. .John Rogers of the Central Mar
ket, has made arrangements to keep all
the finest fresh fish, etc in their season.
The bast Cat tor's Cape Ann oil
clothing, rubber boots, etc., sold at San
Francisco wholesale prices at the San
Francisco clothing store.
Dr. Welch has nnived in tlie citv
for the practice of Dentistry. Ills rooms
are No. 10. Occident hotel. He will re
main Iu Astoria, about ten days.
r tirnlslKsl ItOOllJvt to I.pt
At Mrs. Miui-ons lodging house,
(inieen to Item.
Sinjk or in suites of t
o, in Tin: A
tokian building. I'ricfts ica-oimblr
Free lunch, lner ami whiskey to
Mointow at the Croat Eastern saloon.
.Max W..m z:.
('on-4antly on hand, and in quantities
Ui mt. LiveriKKd factor filleil. Bay
eoar-e, ami half ground. at
GkiIV. 1Ioii:. j
II rick! Krlek! Uriel
ihaeon hiHlalarK'atMMiiit of brick
. l fro! i;i n lor IImwshihI.
Call ami exaimiHMiear A-tiria eeme-
ter. .loii Wm.i.i wi-ov.
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TJie Vntr;t! Hotel
On- of the tim-. eleamt ami lest
l:cjt ImKcK in Astoria, situated iM-ar the
reamer lauding, with lirt cla&. air
mkoms. jh.m1 hoard ami en rejionable
rate. Bar ami billiard riwnn--. T1m
bet of wines and liiior.. and an excel
lent ;la-s of San l'miici-co beer.
Axtei: Biki.oii. I'roonetor.
Attention to IJeer IrinKei".
The celebrated San Pranci-wo Na
tional Beer, Max Wagner ae.ent.i-. aw a
ahead. The men who appreeiale ami
are well pleased to furnish it lor their
customers are Mr. Ileiloli and .Mr. l.oiu
Malot In A-tona. and Mr. . . ard
ami hwm iinurii in 4. ami
dot take Bm wr-
s!hm a wax from
A Fair Proposition.
From this dale tin Atoiia photograph
galk'rj will conduct lHisiuos ii the
following plwi. We will lake negaJhes
f an laily ami everylMnlj that will
favor s with a call, we will print a
proof of the same free of charge, no one
licing under an obligation to order
from Mich negatives unless the desire
to ilo s.
We will take the Astoria eiigim' com
pank's and all lodges and societies, any
lime lhc will a.ssemblc for the piirMi-e.
and present each halge or MK-ietj with
oik' picture of Mich group, either taken
all togellier or in separate pictures ami
We will take ivws of residences and
Intildings, lKte!s.cauueriiM'. mills, hc
on the. same terms, i: We will take
the negatives free or charge.
We do this in order that our work
shall stand on its merits, as we are pre
Itiircdlodo good work. No one need
wail until the gotoSau Francisco.
foi.i.owin". i:i: eti: rnins:
r, r nTll length lMHiihiits...s; 00 r.o
cabinets... ! oo no
cauls 'X" 7m
Bunt pictures and boudoirs. 7 to ." 00
Vijfnetli's cMbiuets .-, (o :: Oil
cards :: no ' oo
Tins. W. Bkooks & Co.
J. II. 1). day is now selling Wheat,
Bran and Feed of all kind at reduced
rates, and has also a line lot of Ash and
Vim Maple od on band for sale.
Ho to Frank Falierson the ndwa,i
tlc Fashionable Ice Crejim resort of As-.
loria. Cream a la lose, auila and cit
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oySjors j.ooked in anj style to enler:
Mite best in me markel. Miinoreoirii.
ami don t you foruel il
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lla line made arraiiKCiiM'iits in New ,
Y..rfc .i st. rnm..iC-.. f..r il... mir-l
elnioc id all m xoiwls. m facilities for '
iHi.viu an sin-it as to eunide me lo
undersell all idhers. 5 defy couiiicti
thm. . Danziger. .Nin r raueiscoi-lidh
ing store, Astoria.
1 Sherman V: Co. lHgs lcac hi
mdify the public of sitria that the
hae sold out their entire meat and
vegetable markel to :. Claer A. Co.. and
would recoinmend their successors to
tlieir customers iu Astoria. F..Miermnn
A:Co. ill a all delitsuml colled all
accounts to date.
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I -.. (.laser V (;i- suceeirs o 1.IK. 1h1,m.iii dr.Ksu.df..rtl lloncwltli
! Sherman A; Co.
Mieruinn V to., naxillg imuikiu ine
irtexi hiiii eseinuie uiiiihri in r. riiei-
kel of V. Mier-!
man v to., would rcstecUU!l ask i
continuance ofihe nlmuac lH-stowed
mm ilc fiKmcr ropnclors.
--"Mamma." said a livi- car-old. I ho
rthcr tlaj. "I wish .fm wouldn't leae
I bought at the Asina Camh ractorx to
I'etei Wilhelm has otaldished a
first clasj, sstloou in C. II. Page's Imihl-
iiiS, on SUcutoihc .street, near the Im'II
tiblValf. .tttil lft 411IUIIIlflafl ff...r. rill
i;cL A Co. his ayents. The IhM nf
nei.Uhuig in the line of wines, upiors,
! Iiecr. cigars, etc.. will bo kept on hand.
Mr. Iirooks of the Astoria jfallerx
has just ict n riled from Portland ami hasj
jR'rfectcd arrangements that will enable
him to piixlncc the most suicrior fin-
lshed ulMHographs. .Mr. nrooics nas em
ployed the services of an artist of uianj
caVs ejMTience iu vme or the IkM
lallerie-s in .tn Francisco, and with
jh'W instrument and aeccs.Mirn'S, new
iealsanil stock and an imprmed
slier, he will now siiw his custom -
Jors those superior 0 lace photographs at
v t s .' . ..-i.--. .--v ,......,.s-.- --
line ioiiowiii" unce: i?i7e. ihiiii u e.
ollowmg prices: M7C. iioudnirs.
i.mMli (Itrnri i; imitpriloeiir Call -
1 f,j j,,.!, fiyf4 f; oOperdeeu: Cal -
inoU. foil leio'tli fe'uri's. si (M. Card.
s fTill leio'th figures si ivc C-ird
length ligunvs.s. .41.
. ... .
1 "IOFND.-A jileee of well wlthoiil an ,
h Jl?lf"L " '!
f,' this advertisement .mi edhnk at thenui-'
mr of .l.o.iiANriKHtX Co. t
,1uik i. itSI. :
"VJirr LOST Mtrht of.lM of jla.iM-twtvn
-- Searlwro hill ami Sand Mand.iwifath-;
ms id net. half ohL half new : ih-h ilreehas.
MMiMllla lines, -n iiUhleep. lriirlHiiirs '.ii. I
.,.,. i, 1... lftarU'i Xu. ai. The
"i-" ":.r. ....-: v . .. .
1 aler will lie sidt.SK Jvwanh-d li ai.j.Kin :
' jo ItAMitinrr LAWSON. ;
j V F At Astima Fishery. :
I Astoria, .iuiyi. i-?i.
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T OST.- A little lek'H FimiiI Kills. Mnmla
night, Mav rotliAlMiHt -JO fathom of net.
lmlfiMw. half old. Mi
mcsiies. ami a piece
"f Jh, w, " "jtl
All lean lines new.
c,M'k lines old. liferrfH-k is marked J. O.
;,,y I'1T?,,n,M! 'V Hrl :,V, V,c
j. t ,.m.y ,yA J,miUl , ai id will Im - smtH -
WrowanIed. f .M.SIM.IAN
Astoria, May .'.I, IMi.
BKITISII IIAKQUK ETJinL.-7NCITIIi:i:
the master i)f ttie iindeislpicd eon-
splices of the abo c puuned esM.j will be
roiKinsllde for :iii drifts contracted by the
crew of said esA! w hue at AMoriH.
MACIII:X'JF. & OII.llKirTaOX.
Astoria, Oregon, Mifr roth, PsSl..
Piles for Sale.
Mr. A. H. McMillan is prepared lo furnish
r? ti ti. n?t
rir Or ncnilUuri rlicS
IX ANY AMOl'XT TO OUDI'.i:. AND ON
Ichvp unlets, ai I lie si tire nf Tn'iiclinril X.
Or address, ,
Ohie . Oregon.
M. D. KANT
5 " -S!Ss
Pianos and Organs
Of alt makes etHiNtaatU im IimihI. AImi a
full stock of
VIOLINS. GUITARS. BANJOS, AC-
LOKUKUMJ. LU UKKTl AS.
Ab a larjri i.icn. of tlie bost of
VIOLIN AND (JUlTAIt STRINGS,
AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
V- Hi'llV eirtliu s Jm lH-lotH:iii to x
I'iN ( I.Ks MiiMiMin
I'lanosand On-.mss.old i :i the iiionthl in
st.tllhH'iit itl.m or f"T rent.
CARL ADLER'SOOK STORE.
' Tli larjret siitck of
Blank Books and Stationery
M IhmiI !Uiks. lUMes, Poetical
Wrks. AIImihis aiHl
Ife'sid a full and compete
4lMk of ecrjt ins usually
Kept in a well rexulatcd IioK.
l4i im-ws dcMt and a-eney for
eor paper aitd periodical pul'IMtctl
CARL ADLER'S VARIETY STORE
I5al Camares. a conmlcte
aMllltient. Arelierv. etc.
New pKuls ! eer steamer. The public
ire mulct U exaimiie m stock and prices.
CIIFN AMI Ssr. ASTOKI . OREfiOX.
astori v At.rNf or
HOWE & CO.,
ISooIi Ilimler.s :ntI IMniili Rook
nianu fact ure rs.
The od HiiMiers in 1Ih state that ran do
first-class wirk. such as IMks with (Silt
Edges. Full Tntke. F.iwl Coer. and Full
Citt Mdes. We liac three rst-etess work
tuen fmsH I he Kat Did iHioks relwund.
CAKt. ADbER. Agent
A Mercuui Man is Men tful to his I$eat.
O.M.Y -."J CKMH
650.0G0 ALREADY SOLD ! !
treatiM in tlie
AiHl Jits l)lM'.lN4". Il
Full or Vulualile nod I'raetieal In
formation, and Containing mi
ixdkx ov iini:asi:s.
WIhi Ii Ktvcs i In- sihHoihs. cans' aiul the
Rest Treatment if ea4h : a laWe K"K all
:i iKttM.n : a IjMc Willi an en-riviinr of the
lltitM'S nviii -ii diHcreut aues. wit n tines
itr iciuiufiiie wi'W i lie iiitrse ueiH;ni
iU showing I In- iuiNrtaitt iwhiiIs m the
striM'tHreuf the Ihk. aLo illuMralmK (Misl
iHHisassiuiHtl h vt k lmrs4-s in ditferent ih
cases. V .dn.,lde eidlei linn of receipts,
utaii.v wlmh would c-rxt imr-ic-ov. hit
tlinv to the dollars each
EVERY FARMER SHOULD OWN
Thousands w Ih liaeseii it commend it
and main good horsemen hae extolled it in
Uh IikiicsI terms. een lalm that the.v
prefer Ti to lMMd.s whU-U ci.1 s., oil to $to U).
Pit not (SiniH awa MHir iiKrtiex in the imr
ilt:is of ioll tHkXs i mi ll- iliirsi. which
i are S4 full if l-Uiu plirtses aint lechnieal
lentisMs to In-uninleilu.ilic to the aerKe
1JUY KENDALL'S TREATISE,
; a lMkif Ioj mi-s. im imjht cm er. i in
joHiwre pnw ileal iufoimalMW ihau is cou-
tamed Ihshmi btrse ti4uiM4-s at far higher
cit. IIaiiMt examined I his lnHk tlHirot;luy
yVonld hesitate a ininiient aluml imestincst
1 ivmin.iuirpiia. it ii.. .iui ! ii.,m ti,a
Ualue of its cenicids Kre.-iiumtrtlie de-
MnuHlit oi iiaing siieii pnHtical la
I thin as our farMing fneiids daib u
. ' . .r, aaav v
mihihiio m iiains surn iiraiiicai uuuniuv
I thm as our r:irinii friends 1I.11K need iu
1 their lMt-iiH-rs. pn.hled al re enable eot
1 their lminess. pnihlcd alreisimah
demanded l. the PiiMisiiers
ultiiral IWndvs. we hae M-enred
Several Hundred Copies
M ' aliiat liith; ItratiseoH the How.
single eoim'sorwIiKh we shall K- phrased to
,"!" " nsMkrof Hits paper. i-wape pn-
mW b " ,m n'lVlll ,,r
3S g 1 fr:TriT,fg&
" "-' -"- -"- m
UemittaiH-esiHav lH'in.ideui etirreiH'.sil-
iTor-t:oHs. sn-iid allonlersto
i e iKKi.AVn
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' mill IXST1TCTIOX. CNDKK cai:i:
. X tlie .Sisters of Oiant. Is now ready
1 nu. reception of jmtients.
Pmatc rooms for the accommodation of
t V11 ulii Miiifjit It. .Yf1iwii. rilif ovirv
,m'Uent is Tree to and luu the privilege of
cminuigaiiv im.sieian the prefer.
I'nited States, 3Iariue
SeaiHeiiwlHi lj HisHtal Dues, are enti
tled to Free care and atleudance at this Hos
pital diirim; sickness. I,eniiit, mast be ob
tained for Ontted Mates Marmcs at the Cns-
i totu House.
' SisTKirs or Ciiauitv.
l-irrK HAVE XOY I'LACKO THIS FIRST
CHissessci on tlie iiertli for salmon
! loading In Uwrpool. ForiwrtteiilarsreKard-
loailliiKlo uicrpooi. 1 orKinieniarsrejranj
iuxnitesof freight ami IiiMiraiH-e. appli to
KQIHih.ltS, .Mr. hi; &: lu,
1 r; AfA rot'xns iu:s of aii kinds
1 XOJJJ clean .uid dry 4at the Umbrella
1 shop. Main street, by .1. JOI'LIX.
D t? SJj1 " il 3
CO ateliex. ( h ks and .lewelrj ,
IJ.Q IWket and Tatde eiitlery.
in ma .uiee XoliiHts and Tojs
v' sh IV: me rranie and dire-min.
U' Jti iS5 Mm
f I THE
OLOTH, OXOTHINAf D JFUMlSHDTG G0ODS.
LEADS THE VA3ST ! !
ABOVE THE DIN AND TIDE OF BATTLE: AMIDST MISSILES FROM
FLYING SHOT AND SHELL, STILL COMES THE CRY AND
GKAND RUSH TO THE I X L STORE,
Where is dfeplaed one of the largest and most complete stocks of
EVER SEEN IN THIS MARKET,
And to Lo Sold at tlie lowest Margiimhle Profits.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS,
With Satins, Gimps, Cords and Buttons to Match.
s-.oc:es, ties, :ettodh:x2S"q-js
IX ENDLESS VARIETIES.
BCOSIESECSr, CORSETS AND QLOVES,
AT PRICES WHICH WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Jl'ST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE OF
S3P3i33.g: iS-fry-ios inn Sty-Erro- STJats.
IN FACT HERE YOU WILL FIND EVERYTHING IN THE LINE
THAT CONSTITUTES A FIRST CLAPS 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. H. COOPER,
I X I. Store, corner Main and Coiicoinly Streets. Astoria, Oregon
The Boss Coffee and Tea Pot
is, r, ixAinrss.
TWO DOORS EAST OF OCCIDENT,
FIIRNJaTTRE 55 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 cery branch.
M. MEYER Proprietor.
HAVINH KVKItY FACILITV FOR HK MANUFACTUHK OF A FlltSTCLAb? AH
lielu. I am now prepared to furnia tbo public with the finoitiiallty. forcajh.
.'10 t'KXTS I'KIt .'.IiM
HSr amities and keepers of puldic 1iou3h
M. MF.YEU. Proprietor
Wilson & Fisher jMRS. S. T.McKEAN,
IlKALKIN IN ( OKALKIt IX
sij9l3Ex-vt.s.3S.1 DRESS TRIMMINGS,
LUHRICATINC. OII-S, COAL OIL, i .vilkmikor
FAINTS AND OILS.
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared j WOOLS, ZEPHYRSf
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED,
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED.
Which v. ill be exchanged for country pro
duce or sold al lowest prices.
Corner Cheiiamiis and Hamilton Street
tT. "TC.- CZOJST 1ST,
Wholesale agent for the
RED CROWN FLOUR
Made b the new pioces.
Tlie bot Flour iu the market. Eoi- Mick
guaninteed : If not good as represented jou
e:in n'tuni it. Men'hauts will lind it to their
advantage to sell this Flour.
IIR AN, SHORTS AND CHOP FEED
Also for sale.
Persons wKlung Flour or Feed will Hud me
at my new Drug Store, at O. It. & X. Co's
dock. Astoria. .1. V. COXX
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Bkxtox Stkkkt. Xk.i: Faukki: IIocsk.
ASTORIA. - ORHfiOX.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
Boiler Work. Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
A. D. Y.ss. President.
.1. C. IIustlkr. Secretarj".
I. "V. Case, Treasurer.
Joiix Fox, Superintendent.
LARGEST, FINEST, A'ND CHEAPEST SELECTION OF ,
MAY P.K HAD OF
AWo. Agent tor tile uelebratrd
at $i no ii:ic no7,i;.
promptly and roxulurly supiiliod.
LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC.,
Corner of Cass and Jefferson streets, Astoria.
Sl,Mam ping done to order.
C. K. J U'KLNS. J. A. MOXTOOSIKRV.
STOVE AND JIN STORE
Sole Agents for the
Magee Standard Ranges, Etc.
ASTORIA, - OREGOX.
I WISH TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF
the eitiensnf Astoria and vicinity that I
h:i e opened a
Xear the O. R. & X. CoS dock. My stock Is
new and fresh and any one wishing any
thing in my line may depend on getting the
PUREST AND BEST.
I have secured the services of Mr. A.F.
Johns, a careful and competent Drucglst of
fourteen ears experience, who will attend
to the Prescription Department.
Also a splendid assortment of
Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
Gombs, Toilet Sets,
Ami everything usually kept In a first class
Drug Store, and they w ill be sold at the
YERY LOWEST PRICES.
By strict attention and fair dealing I solicit
a share of the public patronage.
Respectfully. J. W. COXX.
P.S. Phjsicians prescriptions compound
ed day or night.