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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1881)
g&c w$l3 JtetaXaxu I Lcttcrs I?!'e People.
"Words of Thanks.
SATURDAY JUNE , 1SS1
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
I. C Ireland, Ktiitor anil Proprietor
Aatanan liuildinq, Cans Siret.
Terms of Subscription :
servod by Carrier, por week .......'J5 Conti
Sent by mail, four months ..SS 00
Sent by mail, one year............-........... A 0
Froe of Postage to Subscribore.
&4T Advertisements inserted by tbe year at
the rate of SI 50 iter square por month.
Transient advortiiins:, by tho day or woek,
fifty cents per sjuaro for each insertion.
The Week") Atoriaii
Js a mammoth sheet, nearly double
the size of. the Daily. It is jut the lin
ger for the fneVide,c'onlaininjj in audi
tion to all the current news, choice mis
cellany, agricultural matter, market re
ports, etc. Jt is iurnished to single sub
scribers at 2 00 per year in advance.
JTA limited manner of small adver
tisements inserted at established rates.
The Daily astokian xrill he t-rnt by
mail alio cent a month, frccof itagc Head
er who contemplate absence from the city can
have Thk Astokiax follow ihem. Daily
or Wkkkly edition to anu jmnl-nfflee with
out additional expense. Addrsatc may be
enanged a often a dexircd. Lea re order at
the counting room.
Tiie Miiainu i::ui. Cant, and Mr3. P.Johnson and Mrs.
M IsHawaka, June 1 8th. The ! Lizzie Johnson, wife of deceased, desire
people of Xehnlem valley think, in us to express their heartfelt thnnk-
reffird to the Klaskanie road and " l "J-."""?, '" " b";
men of Astoria, old time friends and
the right man at the bellows now., n.i.i vJL.,L r,.l L.;n.w -.,! ,".
Mr. Gray is the veryman that w j pathy in tlfe iate sorron-s incident to
want. He has done a splendid j the sickness, death and burial of Mr
work, and we heliovo that lie will Benj. iTohifson It is a great consolft
continue to do the same, if the j tion to ;l family, stricken as has boen
people will give him a fair chancel e "" of .nr fri?nds fr and
w i ii ji - Mrsl Johnson, in Such afflictions as
Je hope that the county, or Uie thijlf to feel he flf 8VInpatliy
citizens of Astoria, will take liim j strong as they havc fot ,lpon this
up at his offer and give him 250 occasion. A h.vinj; son, an affection-
to comnlote the road to the Val- ate husband and brother, bids
luska. Mr. Gray is deeply inter-; the
ested in the road, as. well as any of tl
us. and will do what he says he ' re
will. AW are rcatlv in need of a ! PJji
, . . ". -.- , . son
roan irom Astoria to Klsskanic, so j the
that we can drive stock to that j s,an flourish. That the earliost buds
market. Vc hope that the County- I of spriiij unfold their blossoms there;
court will not hesitate in giving! ami. that natures oJioircstcrs, the
T,. n -... K ,,. in ...ln 1 but I cliemrii)" wild birfls of his native
. . .1 ...I rtnii...- ...i.:..t. i..ri..o.i o, ...it ..
snoke about in hisi yK" . 'jp - t .
CURUt men sweeiost uiuiimies over
t rtr tt n .1 . ,
iU1 " " W,V J ulaL ""- "naSul Utiwn. frll -is in Hip frotmrv nf
world' adieu. .Many were
crowing hearts tiiat con-
to uav their last sad re-
l the dav of the burial of that
and all resoond to the wish that !
flowers that surround his bod
Furnished Itooms to Let
At Mrs. Munons lodsins hou-e.
Ofiiro to Kent.
Single or in suites of two. in Tiik A;
tokiax building. Prices reasonable.
Free lunch. leer and whiskey to
jior.itow at the Great Eastern saloon.
coarse, and hnl
Geo. . IIl'MKS.
change that he
letter in Thk
Heilborn did not punctuate his
new sign. Ect. stands for eta, and
Citizens of Knappa have employ
ed counsel, and will contest the road
Dr. Aug. C. Kinneys trip has
been of very great value to him in the
matter of health improved.
Heilborns moving was completed
yesterday. The work was done in a
highly satisfactory manner by Jewett
& Kimballs teams.
his lowly repnng place. Death is tho
common we of all. and is too frc
ouent X incident to iustifv more
Max Vjgher will tfav agrand j thau(he briefest mention, but in this
oiioniug Ulav at the tfroal Eadenu coi, wiiere similar sorrows imve so
i ii -J d .:. l: I often visited the same home, in the
salooa, on Ufe occasiari oy imug lust. . , c - , , nix
0.wuu, ju wv T M f I brief space of eight venrs, all hearts
new Mr for the liijf title, which is j turn in SyinpRthy, and wc offer those
the longest bar ijLrOi'egMi twenty-J feeble words of consolation in connec-
six feet. I tin w'1 the thanks of the bereaved
- -. " j ones, to all who offered tliem coinfort-
IIoldei of choice wheat are al:-! ;M xt.intions
ing L Ah for it in San Francisco, and
Mr. J. O. JJozorth has been ap
pointed United States commissioner
at Astoria, of the United States
District-court for Oregon.
The cargo of the Clan Grant is
valued at S11G,1S2,- -874,400 of which
is from Astoria, in salmon; and
841,732 in flour from the interior.
The Columbia arrived from New
York yesterday, towed in by the Sol.
Thomas, Malcolm master. The Em
pire is outside with pilot Howes on
The Columbia comes to the Ore
gon Railway and Navigation company
and is laden with railroad iron, etc.
The Ocklahama takes her to Portland,
We acknowledge call from Mr.
J. Merdith Davies, general agent of
the Chicago and Northwestern rail
way. He is r-i a flying business trip
On Thursday one man returned
to the West Coast cannery with,
among his lot, three salmon that
weighed 182 pounds, an average of
over Gl pounds each.
Chief Barry has dropped jon to the
schemes of sundry thieves who have
been prospecting this river for nets,
etc. He needs the support of every
honest, law abiding citizen.
The twenty-first annual fair of
the Oregon state agricultural society
commences June 29th, and closes July
Gtli. The board of managers will use
every effort to make' the occasion one
ofjnteresfc, and profit to all.
Miss Emma and Mr. Tuvy Arri
goni are among the passengers on the
Hay ward this inorning for Portland.
They will make an extensive visit
among friends there and pass the
glorious Fourth with old acquain
tances. Yesterday morning between one
and two o'clock tho slaughter house of
Bergman & Berry, situated near
Tongue-point, caught fire, burning
the roof of the shed of the boiler
house, and damaging the building to
the amount of over S300. It took the
united efforts of six or seven fisher
men to subdue the flames.
the market is linn at those figures.
This years yield of wheat in the Wil
lamet valley promisos to be the larg
est on record and other jwrtions of
the state give equally favorable re
ports. Reports from California are
also encouraging and indications now
point to a larger yield than was ex
pected a month ago.
It might have been predicted that
Talmage of Brooklyn would attack
the revised new testament, not so
much, doiihtl?, because he was not
selected a a iwiwr, a to the oppor
tunity the new version give to raise
an uproar. He triumphantly wants
to know why the rcriaere chaiwje a
mountain into ike mountain, a ship
into the ship, aud a good fight into
the good fight as if it wore not
reason enough that the original means
the, not a. He takes up passages
well known to be spurious, and aftor
pronouncing ihnni to be the word of
God, shriek: Hold on to your Bible!
The old Bible is good enough for me!
Yet Talmage may after all be of ser
vice, lie may disgust other leas
prompt demagogues, who had ex
pected to make capital out of the busi
ness, by talking of the good old new
teatamcnl on my toilet table, in my
family room, in my pulpit.
The damage done by fire in the
grain fields of California on the
22d, is variously estimated at from
30,000 to $-10,000. The losers
being renters, lose about all they
are worm. Atiouier large lire
started near Dry town on the 23d,
which spread rapidly. At one
time the town was in great dan
ger, but the fire was finally subdued.
A Fair Proposition.
From thi dale the Aoria photograph
gallery will conduct business on the
following plan. We will take negatives
of any lady and everybody that will
favor in with a call, we will print a
proof of the same free of charge, no one
being under an obligation to order
from such negatives unlc they doire
to do -o.
Wc will take the Astoria engine com
panies and all lodge and societies, any
time they will assemble for the purjase,
and present each lodge or .society with
one picture of such group, either taken
all together or in .separate pictures and
We will take views of residences and
buildings, hotels canneries, mills, etc.,
on the same terms, iz: We will lake
the negatnes free of charge.
Wc do tins in order, that our work
shall stand on its merits, as we are prc-
arcdtodo good work. No one need
wait until lhe go to San Francisco.
KOM.ewixr: aki: en: rfticits:
fi or full length loudoirs...x; 00
cabinets... t 00
4 - cards TM
Uwsl pictures and boudoirs. 7 (
Vignettes cabinets ."i 00
cards :: 00
Uriel:! Uriel:! Uriel:!
1 have on hand a large amount of brick
forleat from .?.- 10 sS per thousand.
Call and examine, near Astoria cenie-
lei. .lOUN VlI.!.IAMOX.
rslicrman Urns. Kjirex.
Will receive orders at llie store or 1.
W. Case for upper Astoria or any other
jwrt of the city. Leave your orders on
the slate ami "they will be promptly at
Xu. 1 Ice Cream.
It makes all the difference in the
world where you get ice cream as to
quality. AH who have tried it. overy
body. pronounces Frank Fabers the best
in quality. No. 1 Ice Cream, ami equally
as much lo the dish in quantity.
The Central Hotel.
One of the finest, cleanest and bet
kept hotels in AMoria, situated near the
steamer lauding, with first elass, airy
rooms good board and very reasonable
rates. Bar and billiard rooms. The
lest of wines and liquors, and an excel
lent glass of San Francisco beer.
Axtoix l.iEi.on, Proprietor.
Attention to Iteer Irinl:er.i.
The celebrated San Francisco Na
tional Beer. Max Wagner agent, is away
ahead. The men who appreciate and
are well pleased to furnish it for their
customers are Mr. Beiloh and Mr. Louis
Malot in Astoria, and Mr. W. W. Ward
and W. B. Haydeu in Hwaco. -And
ilont take the liorse shoe away from
AVilllnmsporl X'ro'icrl, .
('real bargains are now offered in the
eitj of WilliauispoH for an persons
wishiiu; lo locate from one lot lo the
acres. It is well adapted for gardens.
uairv ranches or pleasant hemes: wen
elevated, .situated one mile south of
Astoria 011 Youngs ha. with a good
graded road to the place. For further
information call at my residence near
the cemetery. .John Wii.i.iamsox.
Letter From 31 r. Davidson.
Citizens, of AMoria
The undersigned respect fally desires
to inform the citizens of Astoria and
vicinity that 1 have been for a number
of vears engaged in lhe manufacture of
all kinds of American clocks and time
pieces, and that 1 hae decyled to make
Astoria my future home and having a
thorough practical knowledge of the
business. I am prepared to repair all
kinds of American clocks and time
pieces, with mechanical skill that can
not fail to give satisfaction. 1 loping by
honesty and industry .to merit the con
fidence ami share the patronage of the
good citizens of the Queen city and its
vicinity, J am respectfully our humble
servant, Fkaxk Fri.i.r.it.
Booms over Walla-walla restaurant.
The Count Cinchon was the Spanish
Viceroy in Peru in licto. The Countess,
his wife, was prostrated by an intermit
tent fever, from which she was freed by
tho ue of the native remedy, the Peru-
ian bark, or. as it was called in the
language of the country, "Quinquina.
("fateful for her recovery, on her return
to Kiirope in WH, she introduced the
remedy in Simin. where it was known
under various names, until Liumeus
called it Ciuclmua. in honor of the lady
who had brought lheiu that wh'ch was
more precious than the gold of Iholncas.
To this day. after a lapse of two hun
dred and fifty j ears, science has given
us nothing to take its place It effectu
ally cures a morbid appetite for stimu
lants, by restoring the natural tone of
the stomach. II attacks excoshc love
of liquor as it does a fever, and destroys
lxth alike. Tlie powerful tonic virtue
of the Cinchona is preserved in the
Peruvian Bitters, which are as effective
against malarial fever lo-da as they
were in the dajs of lhe old Spanish
ents of these bitters lo be absolutely
pure, and of lhe best known quality.
A trial will satisfy you that this is the
best bitter 111 the world. I lie prooi 01
the pudding is in the eating,' ami we
willingly abide this test. For sale by
all druggists, grocers and liquor dealers.
Pianos and Organs
Of all makes constantly on hand. AL a
full stock of
VIOLINS. GUITARS. BANJOS, AC-
Alo a large stock of the best of
VIOLIN AND GriTATJ STRINGS,
ANO MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
As well as cu'nthimi cle belonging to a
Tirst Cl:is 3Iiimc Store.
I'iaiiosand Organs sold on the Monthly in
stallment plan or for rent.
CARL ADLER'S BOOK STORE.
s . The largest stock of
Blank Books and Stationeru
FTl ilf ,.v.rv itijrintimi
rfttwrrr ...v.... ..v'...i.v...
Hilht School llooks. KiMcs. Poetical
S KU Works. AU)iiinsand
Urn; ("old Pens",
yjUlUt Resides a full and complete
BSr?j st'-'k of everytuing usually
" kept in a welt regulated Boole
Store. AUo news demit and agency for
every pa'araml cnolieal imMtslied.
CARL ADLER'S VARIETY STORE
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
rH-Ket ami larue cunerv.
Yankee Notions and Toys.
Picture Frames and Chromos.
vvtgjg2 iKioy carnages, a complete
r, to. "ittsortment. Archery, etc.
New goods li eer steamer. The public
are hmtcd to examine m stock and prices.
CIIKN AMI'S ST.. - ASTOUIA. OREGON.
& Co.'s stock
a new and
your sewing ma-
ine A. Van Dusen
have just received
lot, which thev are
Xotice to Fishermen.
Astoria, May -X l.si,
It is with pleasure that I call the at
tention of your readers lo the fact that I
have established a branch photograph
gallery in Astoria, opposite the Court
house I earnestly invite every citizen
of your town and vicinitj to visit it and
exa'niiue the disiilay of jiieturcs, firmly
bolieing that the verdict of each one
will le that niv work i.s not onlvof the
best but that the prices are reasonable.
All the finishing will be done at my
home gallery in Portland and mailed
direct to the customer. The operator in
charge is an accomplished artist and
has an abundance of patience with chil
dren and nervous people. I am pre
pared to do all kinds of iewing, color
ing, copying, and enlarging to any size.
In all departments, I will see that my
customers go away .satisfied, ami re
specllully solicit their patronage. Very
Irulj, ".I. (J. I) vviiisox. Photographer.
Corner Firt ami Yamhill streets, P01 1
Peter Wilhelm has established a
first elass saloon in (". II. Page's build
ing, on Snueinoqho street, near the bell
tower, and has appointed Messrs. Win.
Bock & Co. his agents. The best of
ecr thing in the line of wine. liquors.
iH'cr. cigars, etc, will be kept on hand.
Before purchaiii goods of anybody
can ami inspect niy siock. 1011 arc
welcome. I will glndlyshow my goods,
no matter w hclher you buy or not. New
goods by every steamer. S. Dax.ujkk.
Ice cream at Rocoes oy.slcr and re
freshment saloon on Main street.
:roi:iA At:KNr of
HOWE &, CO.,
Roolt iti'utcr.s mid Xtlnnlc Boole
The oidy nimlers in the Mate that can do
llrst-eiass work, such as I looks with (Jilt
Kilges. Full Turkey. Panel Coers. and Full
Gill Shies. Wc have three llrst-class work
men from the hast. Old books rebound.
HOTELS AND KESTAURAUTS.
a.j.xkci.ki:. r.s. wniioitT
MEULER & WKKIHT. Proprietors.
milK PKOPttlKTOKS ARE HAPPY TO
JL announce 1 liat the u1ni hotel lias been
repainted and reniniKliiil, adding greatly to
the comrort of Itsgncsls ami is now the best
hotel north of San Francisco.
THE 1 1 L STOEE
LEADS THE VA1ST ! !
ABOVE THE DIN AND TIDE OF BATTLE: AMIDST MISSILES FROM
FLTLNG SHOT AND SHELL, STILL COMES THE CBY AND
GRAND RUSH TO THE I X L STORE,
Where is displayed one of the largest and most complete stocks of
EVER SEEN IN THIS MARKET,
And to lie Sold at tlie lowest Marginable Profits.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS, .
With Satins, Gimps, Cords and Buttons to Match.
IN ENDLESS VARIETIES.
5OSXI3EOr CORSETS AND QLOVE3f
AT PRICES WniCII WILL ASTONISH YOU.
.1UST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE OF
Sj-pri-ELgr Stylos 23. Strirarw HCata
IN FACT HERE YOU WILL 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
a m cooper,
t I X L Store, corner Alain and Concomly Streets. Astoria, Oregon
The Boss Coffee and Tea Pot
1 . w'TJ t
JtAY 1!E HAD OF
:. W. KNOWIJtS. AU ZIKI'.KK.
PORTLAND. - - - - OREGON
ZIEBER JL KN0WLES, Proprietors.
Free coach to and from the house.
eaTm: Daily A.stouian is on Hie at the
Clareiiilou Hotel reading room.
Pioneer Restaurant Hotel.
From one lo 1.000 uuds of ldnek
utvii from sturgeon wanted. Cash
jwidat .!. T. IUutciiKKs Dew Droji Inn.
Mr. Wm. Burnell, fonnerly of
the United States engineers office,
Portland, is now in the commission
business with Mr. John M. Leavens,
under the firm name of Wm. Burnell
& Co. They aro young men and have
the pluck, tact and sense to build up
a good trade in flour, grain, etc.
Two silver bearing ledges have
been discovered on Lewis and Clarke,
in this county, and filed upon. They
are named Keystone and Poorman
ledges. We '11 bet the price of Tiik
Astouiax a 3rear that any man who
will neglect other work to develop
these ledges will become a poor man.
The body of J. Denyer who was
pulling boat for Cockcroft and was
lost with him, was picked up Thurday
and brought to Astoria yesterda3' for
burial. He was found bj'Mr. Andrew
Johnson, fishing for Badollet & Co,
and was brought to the city in one of
Cooks boats. His uncle at Turners
station was notified by telegraph.
The British bark Doon, from
Brisbane on April 2d, for Astoria and
Portland, was thrown on her beam
ends on April 5th, latitude 22 south,
longitude 1G0 east, by a heavy sea
which struck her, and the masts had
to be cut away before she righted.
Jury masts were rigged, and she put
back, and arrivejljflfcfjisbane on
April 14th. TT
The .v'cw Testament nuthoriwd
edition revised, for lent-five eent-sal
Charles Stevens and Sons Cit Iook
Why suffer Mieli unspeakable tor
tures.' I'lieuuiatisui lins Ikhmi eon
quered. Kendalls Spavin Cure is the
victor. Head the dverttseinenl.
Fresh omulies made dnily t lhe As
toria Candy Faelory next door to
Stevens fr Sons book store opposite the
A splendid assortment of fre.sh
French eandies will be opened to-dav at
Any amount of new kkIs now
opening at Adlers. He 1ms brought
some very tasty artiele-s this lnt. Go and
see for yourself. Those birthdnv cards
just opened at Adlers book store are
P. Wilhelm, Doss saloon, opposite
the Clarendon hotel, Portland, Oregon.
P. ,T. Goodman, on Chcnanius street,
has just received the latest and most
fashionable style of gents and ladies
boots, shoes, etc.
J. II. I). Gray is now selling Wheal.
jji.iii iuiu j ltii in mi Kiims ai rcuiu'cu
rates, and has also a line lot of Ash Hint
Vine 3Iaple Wood on hand for sale.
IlHmg made arrangements in Xew
York and San Franci-eo for the pur
chase of all my goods, my facilities for
buying arc such as to enable me lo
undersell all others. I defy competi
tion. S. Danziger. San Francisco cloth
ing store, Astoria.
-Mamma. aid a five-year-old, the
other day, "J wish you wouldn't leave
nie to take care of baby again. lie was
so bad 1 had to eat all the. candy you
bought at the Astoria Candy Factory to
B. JB. FRANKLIN,
.MAIN STKKKT. - -.11
rs. S. X. Arrloni,
AIo. Asent lor the celebrated
3S. XL HA WES,
TWO DOOKS EAST OF OCCIDENT, - - ASTOBIA, OREGON.
FURNITURE SS BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpels, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN TOLKt
Complete in every branch.
M. MEYER Proprietor.
UK MANUFACTURE OF A FIKST CLASS Alt
tbe public with tbe finest iuality. for easb.
W. M. ORDERS & CO.
Will oimii tho'r
On Went '.Sixth Street.
ON THE 4TH OF JULY NEXT.
Ice Cream, Strawberries ana" Cream,
Ami all thetlvlieucietor tin mmmhi.
mtlKTUAYKLIXO Pl'llLIf WILL FIND
JL lhe rloiifiT Hrst rluvs in all respects. ami
:i .sliarc of their pjilronafje Is reiicct fully
Sr-lUjanl ami Io!inliy theilay or week.
Fair Wind Coffee Saloon
WATKK STKKirr, ASTOKIA.
Next door to Dr. Kiiise,-.
C'ofTei. Tea nml ('hoeo'ntc. with
UnUe. 10 C'entM.
C'hoi t'ookeU to Onler.
Fine Wines. Liquor anil C'isars
Of the best Iiramls.
IlaiiiKJiLM oK'iieil lhe alune estahlbh
tneiit we ttinliaily inileonr friends ami the
public generally to give us a trial,
io-tf , FOAKD & KVAXSON.
C'onier t.i.:iml iueni(Kjhe Nln'elN.
ASTOWA. - - - Oi:i"OX
Swings.. Target Shooting and Dan
i cing Day and Night.
A I ho Ten I'iiiN tin a Xew Scale.
' A Uooil RanU In Atteiulaitce.
' Piles for Sale.
Mr. A. II. McMillan is pn'pared to fumlNli
I Fir or Hemlock Piles
IX A XV
XMOl'XT TO OKDEi:. AXD OX
best Carter's Cnjie Ann oil
rubber boots, etc olil at Sun
Franelsco wbolesnle tiriei at IlieSnn
1 ranci-iCO elotliiufj store.
Mrs. S. T. McKean will .soon be in
receipt of a full assortment of Fourth of
July ribbons. .She lias now a fine stock
of laces, dressing jackets, white skirts,
ami alUdiuls of ladies underwear. Give
her a call.
Charles ("ratlcc has always on hand
Xo.l XXX Premium Ale and first rc
miuni Lager Ueer from the Albnny
brewery, Nm Franeisco, at his saloon
on the Roadway.
S. Danziger, isnn Francisco clothing
slore, lias the largest and best selceted
.stock of clothing in the oily. Also, gents
furnishing goods, boots and shoes,
trunks and valises, hals and caps.
Never go shopping without eon
suiting the advertising columns of Tint
AstoniAN. They will tell yon where
the best bargains are to be had, and just
what merchants are alive -and doing
C. l.Kl.VUNWHIJt'i:. JIIKAM I5KOW.V.
Leiiieiiweber & Co.,
TiBBlBS ID CUSRIERS,
MaiiHfai'liirers and Imjoriers ol
A I.l KINDS OF
XjTTS A t3?DBCJ!J.
Wholesale Dealers in
OIL AND TALLOW.
BOOTS and SHOES
Leave orders at the More of Trcnelianl &
Or address. A. IS. SIcJl 1 1 J N.
HAVING EVEKY FACILITY FOlt
tide, I am now prepared to furn
at .ho :ents 1'EK ;ai.i.o
3FamiIie3 and keepers of public houae-i promptly and rosrularly supplied.
M. MEYER, Proprietor ASTORIA. OREGON.
AT $150 PKtt TMZK;.
Wilson & Fisher lams. S. T.McKEAN,
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
.MAIN STREET. ASTORIA.
fllHE CNDERSKSNEl) IS 1'LE.VSED TO
.L nniiutmcc to the
Ladies' and Gentlemen of this City
lliat lie is now pn'iwred to furnish for them,
in first c!:lv style, and every style,
OYSTEi:. HOT COFFEE. TEA, CTC.
Ladies and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
Please give me a call.
KOSCOi: DIXON. Troprietor
LUBRICATING OILS, COAL OIL,
PAINTS AND OILS. j
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED,
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED.
Which will be exchanged for couutry pro
duce or sold at lowest prices.
Comer Chenainus and llamilton Streets
All kinds of
II AniTCQ lllinCDWCAD CTO
UHUIUU UllUL.IIIII.Mllj IU.,
Corner of Cass and Jefferson streets, Astoria.
JS"Stamping done to order.
J. A. MOXTOOUKBY.
SEA VIEW HOUSE,
1 K (Cf rOUNHS RAC.S'OF all kinds
JLOvvA clean and dry, at the Umbrella
shop. Main street, by
Tlie undeiIcnel i- prepared to ftintlsh
a larce numlier or Spile- and Spars at liU
place 011 .short not ice. at reasonable rale.
Apply to CCCAPLES,
J. L. STOUT, - - PROPRIETOR-
North Pacific Reach, W.T..
Will be Open for Visitors July 4, 18SJ.
It is one mile nearer Ihvaco than hist season
Wholesale agent for the
RED CROWN FLOUR
Made by the new pioces.
Tlie best Flour in the market. Every sack
guaranteed ; if not good as represented you
can return it. Merchants will find it to their
advantage to sell this Flour.
BRAN, SHORTS AND CHOP PEED
Also for sale.
Tersons hiring Flour or Feed will find me
at my new Drug Store, at O. 1L & N. Co's
dock. Astoria. .1. .V. CONN.
STOVE AND TIN STORE
Sole Agents for the
Magee Standard Ranges, Etc.
ASTORIA, - OREGON.
FOUND. June ir.thtit the t!reat Repub
lic co fathom 3s tuMi net. corks branded
F. D buoy marked A.I1W Owner can re
cover same at - i
SCANDINAVIAN PKCL CO.
1 X OST. Sunday evening. June 12, abreast
JU or Polur Eince. u tatuoin m mesii scu
with lead line. Pa killnew, balance 'JO
meshes old and CO new J finder will lie suit
ably rewanieti nv reiMittnig 10
SCANDINAVIAN PKO. CO.
LOST. FOURTEEN ROOM STICKS and
Chains were Iot on the "Walhiska last
Tuesday night. June ytlLlSSl. Tlie finder
will ie .suitably rewarded, and iiald for lib
trouble by reportiiiff'thellilcts to Tiik A
touia.v Office. FRANK JOHNSON.
June IS, 1SSL ' J
First Street Bridge Saloon.
DEALER IN FINE WINES. LIQUORS,
ItKKK, Cioaks, and best brands of
10G South First street, Poktuanii, OitEGO.v.
-Rest San Francisiii Ph1 Table on the
Have You a Horse? If so,
YOU MUST NOT FAIL TO CET Kkx
nAi.i.ri Tit kati.sk ox tiik Horse, it
is worth ten times its cost to every one hav
ing a horse or a team. Its eosi Is but 25
cents and will be sent imstnald on receipt
of price, and the money will le refunded to
any who do not think it worth Its price.
Address: THE ASTORIAN OFFICE.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
IlKNTOX STISKKT, NKAII PAIIKKII HOUSE,
ASTORIA. - OREfiON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
LAND IMARINE ENGINES
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
A. D. WA33, President.
J. (i. II usti.kb, Secretary.
I. "W. Case, Trpasurer.
John Fox, Superintendent.
I "WISH TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF
the citizens of Astoria and vicinity that I
have opened a
Near the 0. 1. & N. Co's dock. My stock is
new and fresh and any oue wishing any
thins hi my line may depend on getting tho
PUREST AND BEST.
I have secured the services of Mr. A. F.
Johns, a careful and competent Druggist of
fourteen years experience, who will attend
to the lrescriptlon Department.
Also a splendid assortment of
Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
Combs, Toilet Sets,
And everythini; asualty kept in a first class
Dnifj Store, and they will be sold at the
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Ry strict attentiou and fair dealing 1 solicit
a share or the public patronage.
Respectfully, J. W. CONN.
p. S. Physicians prescriptions copoaad
ed day or night.
uBIIlgiiest cash price -paid forj Hides and
M. D. KMT,
Merchant Tailor and Gloihier.
THE LARGEST. FINEST, AND CHEAPEST SELECTION OF
CLOTH, CLOTHING AND FUKSHSHING $Q