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SUNDAY JUNE 20, 1SS1
ISSUED EVERY MORNING,
. O. Irclauri, r.ililor :iml Proprietor
Astortan Building, Cass Street.
Terms of Subscription :
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Transient advertising by the day or week,
fifty cents ior saunrofor ouch insertion.
Tin WcrKly Asloiinu
Is a mammoth sheet, nearly double
the size of the Dai I v. UK iiit the pa
per for the fireside, containing In addi
tion to all the cuncnt news choice mi&-
cenauy, agricultural matter, market ic
ports, etc. It is furnished to single sui
seribcrs at S2 00 pervcar in advance.
2S?"A limited nitmoer of small adver
tisements inserted at established rates.
Thk Daily astouiax irt cnl ly
mail nf 73 cents a month, freest jxwfoyr. "i
era who cont emt date alucncc from She cltn can
hare Tub Astouiax ftilbtu than, Daii.v
or Wkkki.v tuhtionx fo ? il-ofhcc with
out additional crpmxc. Addrsc may lc
cnaitycd ax mftrn ax dcxirfrt. Isnvc nrdcrx at
the counting room.
Tit for Tat-
Fnrnl.slictl Koonir. to Iat
People passim? the oil factory just I The San Francisco luerchnuis make I Ai Mr. Muiihoii's lmlsina Imuim.
below town imagine they smell some- a practice of keeping a record of busi-'
thing. Going down in the Canity
last Friday an otlicor from fort Canby
called an Oystervillian out of the
Pilot-house, and said he: Captain, do
you smell anj'thing? Tha Oyster
villian stood in the door Ute .picture of
innocence and unconcern, and stolidly
maintained that he did not. Then
Maj. Thrqck. was called. With a
strawberry Hush on his adamantine
cheek the latter gentleman rose from
his chair and aaid: "Ye, I smell
something, and have studied some
thhing for the past three smuniers, i other, as a means
every time I hat pawed thk spot. 1 ) small way. Every
lies house in the interior who pay
bills promptly, as well as those who
are slow, and never intend to pay if
possible, which is correct enough, but
interior merchants and business men
should also keep a record of some of
the drummers sent out by certain
firms, and hold such firms responsible
for the acts of their drummers. Some
times a drummer will take orders, and
the goods received are not as repre
sented; and in some cases extra charg
es are made, under one pretext or an-
ol gouging in a
Ofiioc. to Item.
Single or in smite of two. in Thk As
touiax building. Prices reasonable.
: CARL ADLER'S
Kiee lunch, beer and whiskey to
jhourow at the Great Eastern saloon.
Constantly on hand, and in quantities
to suit. Liverpool factory filled. Hay
eoarae. and half ground. at
Cuo. V. IIC.ME-s.
So cometh the rain.
Steamer day, to-morrow.
The Columbia anived down on
Capt. Rotter went north by
Shubrick on Friday.
The new steamer built recently
at Rainier has been launched.
Hon. F. J. Taylor returned from
a business trip to Portland on Friday.
The Clan fJrant crossed out to
sea yesterday, Mary Taylor towuig,
The people of Ilwaco will cele
brate on the Fourth by hav;,ig a pic
nic and fire works.
Fun on the Bristol is said to be
the best thing ever reproduced at
New Market theater.
never could detoimine the exact ua-1 be treated just the same as the tirm
lure of the smell, but it is a very itself-, he being their representative,
decided one, nevertheless. Decidedly and auy trick or advantage taken by
decided, awl can be nmelled sometimes such dtttimnur. should be charged
clear across the bay. Ii is somuthmgl again t the firm as a house to bo
dead, ami 1 think 1 detect in the j xvonled in the way of honorable deal
aroma the defunct rcmaims of about jug. We Jiave had some experience
one thousand cats, an army of dogs. ,in this matter, says the Yreka Jour
several bank clerks, ami a host of J nnl, as well as a number of our busi
gentlemen of leiauro, all in one j,raijJ ness men, and as most drummers are
miitmi (Hit. 'unknown men, there is no way to
Spring Salmon Hooked. checkmate trickery on their jmrt, ax-
An oceonaTiKHleiit at oeI to IwW the house responsible,
OUfton, writing yesterday, says. Vou ! and change to some other house, dia-
drummers to humbug customers. A
goml many business drummers are
about as unprincipled and unreliable
Itrick! Uriel;! Itrick!
I have on haml a Inny amount of brick
for I at from .." ti s ht thoiwaud.
("all and examine, near Astoria couie-
Uf. .lollN Wlt.l.IAMMtV.
Nhrriuan IJrns. Kxjire-
Will rceehe onler- at the store of I.
W. Caw fir npier Astoria or any other
IHirt of tltecit. I.caw jour orders an
ihc-lnle ami "they will he proMptlx at
So. X let C'renui.
Pianos and Organs
Of all makes constantly on hand. Also a
full stock of
VIOLINS. GUITARS, BANJOS, AC-
Alo a larxe stock of the Itest of
VIOLIN AND OU1TATJ STRINGS,
AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
An well a f ir llihis 'Im lu'loitKin to a
1'iM ( Ia- Milmc Storr
as the old steamboat runners, or hack
drivers, and often laugh in their
sleeve, as the saying is, ovor their suc
cess in making dupes of the rustic j
country morchants and dealers.
Judging fromnhe lfigh re
of C. IS. Ihsliow thisntlay if
: .. n..J. :.. 2. ....,.. ,
Bishop Mollis has ai rived and
will remain at his upper town vi'la
during the season.
The comet nas seen from many
western States, and also from Europe,
The schooner Emily Stephens ar
rived yesterday from a four months
sealing voyage north.
Bishop Moiris will otliciate at
Grace church to-day, morning and
evening. Mr. Perkins is mi Poilland.
The steamer Clara Parker towed
a raft of logs from Vaughns camp, on
Deep river to McrriH Meade and Mc
Gregors mill, at upper Astoria.
Dr. J. D. Holman of Ilwaco, was
in the city yesterday. lie is on his
way to Portland. He informs us that
"V the work of bu'ld'ng the chapel prom
Mr. Clough informs us that all
hands on the steamer Canby saw the
comet Wednesday morning about two
o'clock. The Canby was towing a
raft that night.
Presbyterian church Preaching
at 11 a. m. by the pastor; Sundaj'
school at noon; regular sunday school
review and conceit at 7:J0 v. v. All
Mr. Will D. Ogden has lately
been to Portland on business, and
while there met Mr. F. J. Taylor, of
Astoria, from whom we are pleased to
hear of Wills success in the Yackima
county. He carries on business in
Everybody at Astoria 5aw the
comet Friday evening about nine
o'clock. It brightened with the dark
ness and finally disappeared in the
northeast, at day light. The duration
of dark hours here at this season are
from about 9:15 r. i. till 2:45 A. M.
Mr. H. Praal, w're and six sons,
arrived by the last steamer, from
Mankato, Minnesota, lie is a
brother-in-law of our esteemed fellow
citizen Chas. Heilborn, and intends to
make this countiy his home. We bid
him welcome, and wish him good success.
The military road botween foit
Canby and Ilwaco is now completed
for carriage drives. This has been
the work of many years, and none are
more deserving of credit for its suc
cess than Lieut. Sam R. Jones, who
lias taken a lively and active interest
in the work for seven years past.
The ship Columbia from 2evr
York to Astoria and Portland left
Xew York January 20th. Crossed
the equator February 20th long. 29
west, cape Horn March 27th. Crossed
the equator Ma3' 18th. May 22d
sighted the British bark Codillira
from San Francisco to Cork, eighteen
day out, all well.
Capt. L. W. Poole shot himself
while sitting in the Occident ofiice
yesterday. He has been suffering
from rheumatism, and was compelled
U give up his job of work iu conse
quence, at Tanzy-point, and brooding
over his illness brought on a fit of
despondency, during which he sought
to end his misery. He way taken to
St. Marys hospital. He has been ill
for about eight years.
aw awaie Hint calelnii" miiiw aa1iiimicaru",S "wonny men or jumii-
-r -i n-
wiin nook and me has been con
sidered an imp)saibility, except m
salt water. Fall salmon are known to
take the hook, and have been caught
by trolling. Recently oo- Chuminen,
while fishing for sucker and chubs,
have caught some genuine spring sal
mon. Yesterda3' they caught a beauty,
weighing say two or throe pounds, and
to-day another was taken in the same
way. They are sum", hut 'simon
pure" spring salmon. Wonder if they
are the production of the Clackamas
hntchciy? Had a splendid view of
our celestial stranger laat night.
Fourth of July Meeting.
All committees s'-e roqueted to
meet to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock
at the council chamlier, to close up
the pre'iminaiy work. This will be
the last meeting previous to the day,
and the absence of any member of
any one of the committees wi'I be re-1
garded as suflicient evidence that such
person does not intend to aid the
celebration, and steps will be taken to
complete the airaugements without
further regard for their wishes in the
matter. There is no use for any
further delays. Let the work be
completed at once, and be done with
Services of the Mothudist church
in the Baptist church to-day at the
usual Jiours by the pastor.
Mr. F. D. Wiu ton will deliver the
Oration, and Col. Sjiedden will read
the Declaration of Independence, on
the Fourth of July, at Astoria.
The comet was seen by the Canbj
officers on Wednesday morning -2-1
hours ahead of the Spokane repot t.
If there ia any prise the oHicers of
the Canity claim it.
- Messrs. F. C. No:ria ami J. A.
Gillespie not thinking of a comel,
saw something nl 2:IK) a. v. Tuesday,
which in the light of reoeui events
they bel'eve now was the comet.
They were en route to the at earner
Astoria for Tillamook rock.
Carl Adler has secured Hags or
the liberty car representing each state
in the t'liion. There must lie a
libei ty car in the procession by all
means, and there :s no time to lose,
as the l;ttle irls must have time to
Our siu ltniutars sav thov keen
up uitli the t:,ne.s m Astoria, and
when the new sign for Ueilboin was
put upon his building, it was done ac
cording to the latest revision. That's
a fact. People must koep up with the
times. Stockton does, ami so must
Jay Gould was asked by a Chics
go repot ter whether the naiow-gauge
mania in the w est could be stopped.
No, replied Mr. Gould, 3ou can 't
stop anything iu this countiy. The
countiy ;s too big. 1 made up mind
long a'jo not to attempt to stem any
tides, but to be fashionable and drift
along wan tnc crowd, keoivig as near
to the shore as possible.
It makes all tin difference iu the
world where ou get ire cnnim a to
(Hnlit. All Ih har tried II. everj
Uod. pronounce Fratik Falter llu bct
in tiialit y. No. 1 lee Cream, ami iiinll
a- miH-h'to HhmUnIi iu Uanlil.
Tin Vnlral ftnlrl.
Urn or 111. finest, vliiim! ami IM
kejrt mtcl- in Atori:i..-ituatiil near the
4oamer hunting, with first clas air
roiHx.good board ami er reauiabh
rate. IJar ami billiard room-. The
IkM of wines and liquor-, and an ecel
Icnt gla-sofSan Krnnei-eo beer.
Axtoin BiKl.oil, Proprietor.
Attention to Ilcer Prinker-.
itumuiic. I asf orniaf papers spcaK ot
Dishoit as beiite witltiut on cwiual in
the American 'stage ia this particular
chracter. WhIow ildott will ap
lenr promptly on the tage at Liltert'
hall on the djite mentioned ii the ad
vertisement. Another ship, the Roporlor,
cleared from New York for this jwirt
and Pottlanu on the 24th.
A Canadian astronomer says that
as the moon will bo at her inferior
conjunction on the 25th, and as tho
planets will be but a few degrees out
of conjunction, he would advise sea
men to get their vessels into safe har
bor till that date is passed. Terrific
galas accompanied by hail, will blow
from the southeast all along the At
lantic coast, and brilliant showers of
meteors will occur, especially within
the tropics. Tides will be unusually
high in the West Indies and hurri
canes will prevail on tho east side of
the Rockv mountains. The month of
July will be excessively hot, owing to
healed atmosphere roturuing from
- Colfa letter says that upon the
verdict of acquittal in the murder
case of Nannie Thomas, the courl
room fairly resounded with chcors.
The crowd then pressed forward and
congratulated Nannie, who was much
overcome ty im extreme pi assure on
her nervous system. The mint jki
tholic incident, however, was the
scene from Romeo and Juliel enacted
by lawyer Sullivan. The venerable
old gentleman, with the eye of an old
conuoisseur, inshed up to Nannie,
threw his arms aiouud her neck, ad
miiiisieied several well applied kisses,
and then wept for joy. This had a
good effect no doubt, but the ltovs
wouldn't have it that way: iu fact,
they, iu the common parlance of the
daj', tumbled to the racket. Still,
wiry interpose with the judges little
To Clly rat rons.
Mr. L. 15. Selig, who now has full
charge of Tin: Daily Astokian routes
iu this city and upper Astoria, will
collect to-morrow for the past weok.
The free list is suspended. Each sub
scriber is expected will pay for the
pater. Very respectfully,
s D. t Ii:i:i. vxn, Publisher.
To tin Citizens of Astoria and
The celebrated .Nin Francisco Na
tional Ueer. Max Wagner agent. is away
ahead. The men who appreciate and
are well pleased to furnish Jt for their
eiLsjomers are Mr. IJeiloh and Mr. Louis
Malot in Astoria, and Mr. W. W. Ward
and W. It. llaydeu in Ilwaco. -And
lout lake the liorsc shm away from
Williaiusport I'ropertj .
(rent iar2aiii.s are now offered in the
eit of WUIiauisport for :m peruis
wilting to locate from one lot to lie
acres. It is well adapted for garden-!,
dairj ranches oi ileasjnt homes; well
elevated, .situated one mile south of
Astoria on Youmis ba. with a uood
graded road to the place. Kr nuilier
information call at in, residence ni'ar
theivnielerx. . John" Williamson.
Letter From 3Ir. !nIlso:i.
Astoria. May "JC, issi.
It is with pleasure that 1 call the at
tention of your readers to the fact that I
have established a branch photograph
gallerx iu Astoria, opjtosite the (.'ourt
noiiser I earnestly invite eery citizen
of otir town and iciulty to visit it ami
0Na"mine the display of juclure, firmly
believing that the vcnliet of each one
will be that mv work is not only of the
ltest but that the price are reasonable.
All the fiuLshing will be done at my
home gallery in Portland and mailed
direct to the customer. The operator in
charcc is an accomplished arti.sl and
has an abundance of patience with chil
dren ami nervous people, l am pre
pared to do all kinds of viewing, color
ing, copying, and enlarging to any mo.
Iu all department. I will eetfiatiuy
customers go awav satisfied, and re
siteetlullv solieiMheir patronage. Verv
trulv, J.(5. Da vutsox. Photographer.
Corner First and Yamhill sjrecls, Port
I'Miiirsand Ori.aH'.soM on tlie inontl:l in
sLillineiit Lin or fur rei.t.
CARL ADLER'sTbOOK STORE.
Tlie lan;ist stock of
Bianh Boohs and Stationery
fife, cry description.
School lUMiks. lliHfs. Poetical
Works. AUhiiiis and
Ilesi.les a full and complete
stock of evcrjtMns usually
krit Iu a well rruulated Dto)c
More. AIo news lejMt ami agency for
eer paper awl iH-rioMical ihiMIsIil-iI.
CARL ADLER'S VARIETY STORE
Watclus. Clocks anil Jewelry,
5Sl.l,,l,W .11111 A.tiFXl' V!lllli,
fr Ki Yankee Notions ami Toy.s,
p 'Ivi li-liiri Kmiiiosntiil Plimmnv
Vw-fifel.liv Carrlases. a complete
U ga';tortineut. Archerv. etc.
New khIs In ftr steaitHT. The public
are united lo e:oinin my stock ami prices.
ciien wirs st.. - astoki v.okecox.
astokia v;i:ncy of
HOWE &, CO.,
IScoli Itiiuiers and ltlunli Boole
The onH lmulcts in the Mate lhat can do
fits! -cIkss" work. sik'Ii :c Hooks with (tilt
Edges. 1'hII Tnrkev. Panel Cover, ami Full
full Miles, we nave mree nrsi-ciass worK
iihmi fnmi the IJist. Old books rebound.
CAVA. ADLEIt. Agent.
THE 1 1 L STORE
LEADS THE VAN ! !
ABOVE THE D1K AND TIDE OF BATTLE: AMIDST MISSILES PEOM
FLYING SHOT AND SHELL, STILL COMTS THE CKY AD
GRAND RUSH TO THE I X L STORE,
Where is displayed one of the largest and most complete stocks of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
EVER SEEN IN THIS MARKET,
And to lit- Sold at the lowest Mnrginuble Profits.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS,
With Satins, Gimps Cords and Buttons to Match.
SACQTJES, TIES .&S0 XXCSEIW S,
IX ENDLESS VARIETIES.
HCOSXEIJRir, CORSETS AND QLOVES,
AT TRICES AVIIICIT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE OF
S27i33L: Styles in Strrft-w 3Sra,ts.
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
C. H. COOPER,
I X I' Store, comer Main ami Concomly Streets. Astoria, Oregon
"c ; ,-': u1
The Boss Coffee and Tea Pot
may r.i: HA I OF
Wilhelut lias eslablisiieil a
saloon iu ('.II. I'ajje's- liuild-
iiij, nil Snuciiioqlie street, near tlieie!I
lower. ami lias ap-riuutcil .lasrs. Win.
Hock it lo. liis aeiit. The le.st nf
merylhtiiK i the Hue nf wines Hiimrs.
lMei.eiais, ehv,ill be kepi nu luiliil.
-IJefnre purcliaiujJK'MMlnr auj ImmI
tsII ami inspect my sliK'k. V.ui :u"e
weleniue. I will Jl:ull show iu ;in)I:.
noiuattei w hetiieryou buy nr not. New
mmU h eer. strainer. S. l)u.i:i:.
A tplemlii! assortment nf liesli
Kreiieli iiuulies will lH'opcncl In ilav al
IIOTET; AND RESTAURANTS.
A. .1. 31 KOI.KK. C. S. WIU OUT
MHOLUi: & WKU5HT. Proprietors.
rsiiiK I'lcoruurroKs akk iLvrry to
JL aiiuouuee that tlualne liulellias been
repainted ami reftiruislitMl.ailiHng greatly to
tlu eiimfntt of itsj;iistsail is now the beM
hotel north of San Francisco.
O. W. KNOW'IJ-i. A I. ZI KlIEK.
PORTLAND. - - - . OREOOS
ZIEBER it KN0WLES, Proprietors.
l'n-t- eiKifli in ami fmtn I he house.
ixrTiih l)u AsrrtiniAN ist.n file at the
riaremlou lintel nnlinj; room.
Pioneer Restaurant Hotel.
MAIN sn:F.i:r. - -lie.
S. X. Arrisoni.
.SOLE AC. EXT.
Alsi. Aveiit for the celebrated
XS, R. HAWKS,
TWO DOORS EAST OF OCCIDENT, - - ASTORIA, OREGON.
FURNITURE S BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN TOLES
Complete in eery branch.
M. MEYER ........ Proprietor.
X K V A nVKUTISKU KXTS.
W. M. ORDERS & CO.
Will o-n'ii their
n Vet-Sivth Street.
ON THE 4TH OF JULY NEXT.
Ice Cieaw, Strawberries and Cream,
AihI all IV ilelieaeies of the mmmm ,
Swings. Target Shooting and Dan
cing Day and Night.
Also Ten lins on
A -ooil IJniid iu
a Xv Seal
Piles for Sale.
fWi,,aiuet" refers to Thk Asto
uiax as "a sickly sheet tlirovxn out at
Astoria, near the mouth of the Co
lumbia." Wc notice however that
our remarks had the desired effect, in
toning Wi-lamct down to deconcy.
His letter of .Tune lltli to the Mer
chant, was got up apnarantly for
dress parade, with musical attractions.
We hope he didn't think we would
jump stiff logged at what he said about
us. We shall keep right along on our
course, look'ng back occasionally at
Willauict; but ;f he behaves we prom
ise to return his sardonic smiles pleas
antly, and trge him to consume some
more of his valuable time profitably I
as an able newspaper correspondent.
Willamot thinks he is a gazelle, while
we 're only a broken legod cayuse,
with one foot done up in a gum boot,
and hobling on crutches at that.
Spare us from being compelled to
show him the horrible reahty of the
situation he is placed hi. We care
not to do this, to amaze ovcry snoozer
that prances this waj with his tongue
hawrinc out so that he steps on it
every waltz he make. Life is too
The undersigned rcsiieetfuHv desire
to inform the citizens of Astoria and I . .. . . , , . , . ,
ieinitv that I hae been for a number Mr- A Me.Miilaii h prenare.1 l furnish
of ear engaged in the manufacture of i
all kinds of American clocks and time j
piece, and that I hae decided to make i
Astoria my future home, and having a j iV AXY .MorST io ounKir. AND ox
urwiiiun lUTietieni Kiniwictie oi me j
luisincss. f am prepared to repair all I
kinds of American clockh and time-'
pieces, with lneelianieal .skill that can
not fail to give atifactioii. Hoping ly
honesty and industry to merit the con
fidence and share the patronage of the
good citizens of the Queen city and it.s
vieirily. I am icq met fully your humble
servant, Kn.vxK Fui.t.kk.
Itoonis over Walla-walla restaunuit.
Fir or Hemlock Piles
IjChvc onlers al the store f Trenehaiil 1
Or a.IilresN A. It. MeM I I.1.A X.
miiKTi:Ai:i.it: rrr.i.ir wii.i. find
JL the 1'nHieer lirst elass in all respects. and
a shan nf I heir patronage is respectfully
rl4arl ainl lxl:iiixb theil. or week.
hv Wind Coilee Saloon
watfi: sncnirr. astiokia.
Next ilihirlo Dr. Kiiistts.
C'ofTee. Tea ami i'lioeolnti. vlth
Cake. ! tVnts.
'Iioi i'oukeU to Order.
Kim Wilier. Iliimr and Cigars
HaiiiK just o'MMied the ab)e estahlish
ineut we cordially iiuiteotir frieiuN and the
public "t-nerallx to :ie ils a trial.
TW-ti FOAKP & KVAXSOX.
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
MAIN" STKEKT, ASTOKIA.
fBlIlE rXllKKSICXF.lt IS FI.KASEU TO
JL announce lo the
Ladies' and Gentlemen of this City
That he H now prepared to furniMi for them.
in nrst class st u. and every sl le.
oYsrr.us. nor coffee, tea, etc.
Ladies and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
l'hae i e ihc a call.
HAVIM5 KVKRV FACIL1T1 FOU
tiele. I am now prepared to furnia
AT .HO rHTM lKIt GALLON
HE MANUFACTURE OF A FIRST CLASS AH.
the public with tho finest qualitr. for oaah.
$t st pi:r DOZEft.
EsST-Fauiiliea and keepers of public houea promptly and rogulttrly supplied.
M. MEYER. Proprietor ASTOKIA. OREGON.
Wilson & Fistter MKS. S. T.McKEAN,
LURKICATING OILS, COAL OIT,
PAINTS AND OILS.
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED,
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED.
"Iticli will he exchanged for country pro
duce ur sold at lowest prices.
Corner Clieuainus and Hamilton Streets
All kinds or
LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC.,
Corner of Cass and Jefferson streets, Astorix
J3?""Stainpiugdone to order.
C. K. .1 fKINS.
.1. A. JIOXTOOMFKr.
Xoticc to FitOicrxnru.
From oik to 1.000 pouiulh of black
simwn from sturgeon wanted. Ciudi
nil at .J. T. Rokciikks Dew Drop Inn.
The peculiar merits of Fellows
liypopltosphites are: F:rst. Unique
harmony of ingredients suitable to the
requ'-ements of diseased blood. Sec
ond. Slightly alkaline reaction, ren
dering it acceptable to almost evet
stomach. Third. Its agre ible flavor
and convenient form
1 K nnn FOUNDS KACS'OFallkuul-s
XOAJJJ clean and dr. at the Umbrella
t shop. Main street, by J. JOI'MX.
Tlip uiiilptsknieil K nreoaredlo funitsD
a larw iuiihIht of Spiles and Spats at hi
lhteeoiiMiort imhpc.at reasonable mtc5.
Apply to C. 5. C.vri.ES.
IjtOl'XI). One mile Xorlh uc ShoaHvatPr
. lieht. on the 12th dav of .lune I found
one gill net ten fathoms long 45 iiklsIi deep,
leads marked V. K. 1 The owner can hae
the same nf me by iiaviiiR saluige. Fost
olllce address North Cbe. Pacific county,
d-0l WILLIAM HAKKEOAX.
as a syrup.
Fourth. Its harmlessness under pro- T iCiVfr-.T'Vi."r1?y ,!!ii:!,u -'""V'.-'V :
, . l ' J-J in the bund channel opposite Joseph
Having made arrangements iu New
York and San Francisco for the pur
chase of all my goods, my facilities for
buying are such as to enable me to
undersell all others. I defy competi
tion. S. Danziger, San Francisco cloth
ing store, Astoria.
S. Dnnziger. San Francisco clothing
store, has the largest and best selected
stock of clothing iu the city. Also, gents
furnishing goods, boots and shops,
trunks and valises, hats and caps.
P. Wilhelm, Boss saloon, opposite
the Clarendon hotel, Portland, Oregon.
Humes cannery ISO fathoms of -iuuifsli net
Harbours 40-lt-IO-l twine, corks A. P. &
Co. Finder will be Miitahlv rewarded by
leaving the .same or information where it
may be found at the cannen of
A. IlOOTllS (..
,Tunc?th iRsi. Upper Astoria.
.1. L. STOUT. - - PKOPKIETOK
Xortu Pacific Koach. W. T..
Will be Open for Visitors July 4. 755.
It is one mileearer Ilwaco than last .season
First Street Bridge Saloon.
DKALEK IX FIXE WIXES. UQITOKS,
Bkki:, Ck:aks, and best brands of
UXJ South First street, PoirTLAND, Okegox.
C-KestSan Francisco Piwl Table on the
Wholesale agent for the
RED CROWN FLOUR
Made by the new pioces.
The best Flour in the market. Eery sack
guaranteed; if not good as represented ou
can return it. Merchants will find it to their
advantage to .H thLs Flour.
BRAN. SHORTS AND CHOP FEED
Also for sale.
Persons wishing Flour or Feed will find me
at my new Drug Store, at O. It. &. N. Co's
dock. Astoria. .1. W. COXX
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
IlEXTOX StKKKT. XKAIt PAKKKi: IlOl'SK,
STOVE AND TIN STORE
Sole Agents for the
Magee Standard Ranges, Etc.
ASTOKIA, - OKEGOX.
Have You a Horse? If so,
YOU MUSTXOT FAIL TO GET Kkx
ni.t.s Thk-Vtisk ox thk Hoksk. It
is worth ten times Its cost to even, one luiv
ing a horbe or a team. Its cost is but 25
cents and will be sent postpaid on receipt
of price, and the money will bo refunded to
auy who do not think it worth its price.
Address: THE ASTOKIAX OFFICE.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
LAND MARINE ENGINES
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
A. D. Wass, President.
.1. G. IIustlkr, Secretary.
I. W. Case, Treasurer,
doitx Fox, Superintendent.
I WISH TO CALL THK ATTENTION OF
the citizens of Astoria and vicinity that I
hae opened a
Near the O. K. & N. Co's dock. My stock is
new and fresh and any one wishing any
thing in my line nuy depend on getting the
PUREST AND BEST.
I lune secured the services of Mr. A.F.
Johus, a careful and competent Drusglst of
fourteen j ears experience, who will attend
to the lreicriptiou Department.
Also a splendid assortment of
Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
Combs, Toilet Sets,
And everything usually kept in a first class
Drug Store, and they will he sold at the
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
By strict attention and fair dealing I solicit
a share or the public patronage.
Respectfully, J. W. CONN.
P. S. Physicians prescriptions compound
ed day or night.
M. D. KANT,
jEVIerchant Tailor and Clothier.
THE LARGEST, FINEST, AND CHEAPEST SELECTION OF
CLOTH, CLOTHING AKD FURNISHING GOODS.