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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1881)
Hic JiaxTB 2ste.Im,
.JULY :. 18S1
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
I. . Ireland, I'ditor aud Proprietor
AxUtrian Building, Cass Sired.
Terms of Subscription ;
-lorvotl by Carrier, per woek 2.1 Cents
ont by mail, four months...... .........sR 00
ont by mail, one yonr... ........... 9 00
Free of Po-iaco to 5ubcribers.
A dvertiseinents inserted by tho yenr t
tho rate of $1 ."cj per square per month.
rrnnsient advertising, by the day or week,
fifty centiiersiuaro for each insertion.
Thr Weekly Aotri:tu
Is a niainmnlli sheet, ncarl. double,
tin size of Hie Daily. It is jtiil the pa
per for the u,residc,Youtainin' in addi
tion to all the curt ent ev-. choiee nii.-
cell.iny. agricultural matter, market re
ports, ete. It is inruKlied to single Mih-
sennets at u (K) per j ear in advanee.
:-?A limited numoer of small adver
tisenient-s inserted at established rate
Tiik Duly asiokian mil Ur ettt bi
mtulat TTi cent a inonth.jnr.of xfayr. Head
er iel cimlsmiAatf nhcmf from the city can
hni'f Tiik Astokian folloic ilicm. Daily
or Wkkki.v edttlim U nnu jtuhl-ufflee ivHh
nut additional exjtenae. Addre(& may Jc
ztvmyrd a ufUn -a. ntn-lreA. Jjcarc order at
tttr rnuntinu room.
Notice to Fisheriucu and Othcr.s on
the Columbia Itiver.
My oungesl son, four years old, blue
eies light hair and eomj)le.ioii. fell
from the wharf at Clifton on haluiday
eening, .Inly !Hh. WSJ. A liberal re
uaid w ill be paid for the recovery of his
hod. A"ixn;vi Conic.
ciifton.()icgon..Iulj in, Isi.
The Rival arrived last evening,
J'renhain towing, Latham pilot.
Contractors should read notices
of the contracts for new buildings in
-Hanson Hros. took another con
tract yesterday for a large two story
The rain day before yesterday, ex
tended to Portland, sprinkling the
Dr. Tuttlc is in Portland, but
Mr. 0. P. Tompkins informs us will
be down on Monday.
The Taunton arrived down from
Portland last evening, K. N. Cooke
toning, Ferchen pilot.
Mr. l.allard, of Albany, one of
the merchant millers of the slate, is
on a business trip to Astoria.
- -We understand that Miss Ann
Trullmgor, of this city, has taken tho
school in the Wallicut district.
-Mr. Frank Clauss, repiesenting
Walters Bros., liquor merchants of
San Francisco, is at the Occident.
- -A farmer in Cowlitz has just died
of hay fever. Should his relic be
called u grass widow? is now the topic.
The machinery of the Mary Tay
lor will be placed in a new boat built
by Mr. Hatch, for the coaslingHrade.
-Mr. Arthur Wilson, vice-consul of
Sweeden and Norway, is in the city,
stopping at the Occident hotel for a
Mr. O. P. Tompkins of Harris
burg, returned to Astoria 3'esterday,
and proposes to stay with us until his
Mr. A. M. Johnson has left one
of his union web hammocks at this
ofljee as a sample. Call and see it.
Prices 2, S3, $4 50.
The mourning of cats in the vicin
ity of Tub Astokiax office reminds us
of the wail of Brigham Youngs family
over a grave in Utah.
The American bark Carrie Wins
low, 944 tons register, 142 days from
Philadelphia, at rived yesterday. Co
lumbia towing, Malcolm pilot.
Capt. R. H. Lamson, cleric of the
United States Circuit-court, has gone
to Clatsop with his family. He will
leave his family there for the season.
The steamer Magnet was sold
yesterday to Messrs. Heckard fc Gib
son on Lewis and Clarke. She will
run there once a week, and attend to
Master Oscar Wilson lost a linger
nail yesterday by coming in contact
with a barrel jam. It was taken ofl"
as effectually as if it had been dissect
ed by a surgeon. Dr. F. Crang
dressed the wound.
Captain Richard Hoyt, of the
Astoria steamer, Emma Hay ward, has
been laid up for some timo with sick
ness. His place is being filled by
Capt. E. J. Moody, who has long been
mate on tho steamer.
If Mr. Davidsons artist does a
well elsewhere in taking views as'ln
did at Astoria ftnfi fprtCanby lie
should certainly o endorsed! The
views taken her re true to nature in
every respect. J pre endorse them.
Hanson Brothers new double
house, corner of Cass and Astor
streets, will be inclosed within thirty
days. Tt will be forty by fifty, two
stories, with a gravel roof, and all
finished in first class style", to cost
The Presbyterian Sunday school
will hold their annual basket picnic
to-day. 'Children, parents and friends
are requested to be at the church at
9 a, M. Wagons will be in waiting lo
onvey them to the grounds. In case
of ram it will be postponed.
Caddie R. the Favorite.
In the great run yesterday of li
miles at East Portland, Patsy Dnfly
won; Morritt second; Caddie R. third.
A dispatch to The Astorias mfonns
us that Caddie R. lead, and was the
favorite in pools up to the last half.
Time, 2:44. There was about $4,000
in the pool box on this race.
The Last Case.
The last case of goods in Pells con
signment will be opened to-day, and
to-morrow a clean sweep will be made
of everything. The extensive sale of
this consignment is quite wonderful,
and shows that moneyirulates freely
in Astoria. The gouDs pus far have
been sold almost wMoll at retail and
auction, but very newt having been
wholesaled. As tomorrow is the last
day, without doubj, more interest will
be taken to-day and to-morrow than
any proceeding days. !
The list of heavy lax jMiyers in
San Francisco shows that Mr. Charles
Crocker pays taxes on 19, 187,000. He
got his start in Indiana, where, when
a boy, we used to ride horse for him
to plow corn on Sumptions prairie.
Personal journalism is rampant in
Douglas county, and the public is re
galed with details of the private life
of the editors and others. It is not
relished b3' subscribers wlio have paid
their money expecting to get news
papers in return for it.
Wonderful things arc to be done
at Ackernmn's dollar store. A great
number of valuable articles, worth as
much as $130, will be sold for tho
amazing low price of 1. The public
wonder how in the world this can be
done. The whole proposition is ex
plained. The Uritish ship Prince Amadeo
arrived at (vueen.stown on the UGth,
from San Francisco. She lost her
rudder-Jicad on the jmssage. Capt.
Liuskill informs us that he will dis
charge his chargo at Havre, load for
Australia and China, and linek by way
The .steamer Los Angeles will
sail on the 1st of August. for Alaska
via Port Toivnsend and Victoria. Per-
i sons desiring to send freight north,
II or who intend to go to Alaska should
apply to Col. John McCraken, agent
for the Pacific Coast Steamship com
pany, at Portland.
Weather at The Dalles decidedly
hot, the thermometer ranging from
101 to 105 at different places in the
shade. The river breezes have not
been blowing, so that no relief is had.
The town presents a dull appearance
except as regard railroad doings, and
the presence of excursionists.
'The name of the Alute Chief, who
was landed at San Francisco by the
steamer Dora l:ut week from Oun
alaska, was incorrectly spelled in the
dispatches. His name is Alutiau
Chief Iluf l.ourdotopsky. He occu
pied a .state-room near the stem of the
steamer and towed his name behind.
On the river every available scow
and barge is used to convey material
to different camps and to The Dalles,
while the steamboats aie all busy.
Over three thousand Chinamen are
employed along the lines. Below tho
Cascades the road is cleared to Sandy,
and work commenced on the tunnel.
A littlo girl from the Xasellc
visited Astoria with her papa aud
mama. Among other things she re
ported to her big brother on arriving
home was that she saw Master Willie
Warren and others riding big spinning
wheels ou our streets. Well, they do
spin; that s a fact: but we call 'em
The article which wc publish to
day upon the progressive spirit of
Xew York city, has a local significance
to those who can see it. The dray
men and the lightermen at Portland
will realize the full force of the lesson
it teaches. Col. Cooke Talcott is one
of the prime instigators of the connect
ing and construction company.
Wc were very greatly pleased to
receive a call from the venerable
Judge Roberts, of Cathlamct, a few
evenings since. .ludgc Roberts is one
of the few remaining relics of the
once wealthy and influential Hudsons
bay fur company. Over half a cen-
tury ago Judge Roberts landed at As
toria. Wo should be pleased to have
him call often.
The tables at the ladies fair this
evening will be attended as follews:
No. 1, Mrs. Rodgers and Mrs. Marion;
2d, Mrs. Sovey and Miss Shay; 3d,
Mrs. Fulton, Mrs. Worselj and Mrs.
Dr. Kinney. The refreshment table,
.'Mrs. Keegan and Mrs. Goodman.
Lottery table, candy stand, ice cream,
etc. Notice will bo given from time
to time as the fair progresses.
H. C. Tanner, late of Carke
county, Washington territory, has
come to Clatsop county to stay. He
has had an experience of years in
California, where he has met with suc
cessive reverses uti the farm from fires,
drouths, winds and water, and finally
decides with us that Clatsop county is
the garden spot of the coast. His last
crop cost him $5,500 to put it in, but
before harvest it was all swept away
in eight hours by a wind storm, which
cleaned the standing btalks of nearly
ever head of tho growing and ripen
ing grain. We welcome Mr. Tanner
to this favored region.
Y. M. C. -A..
The Young M4ns Christian Asso
ciation will meetthisFriday evening
at eight o'clock, consider the report
of the committe' on excursion.
C. C. RnowF.n, .Secretary.
The Canby towed a raft of COO.OOO
feet of logs to Knappton from Knapps
Buckeye camp yesterday. There is
lumber enough in that raft to load
A. " . ; , . xl
Citizens returning home late at j
night are in danger of highway rob-
bery on the roadway to upper town. I
The dark corner in the neighborhood!
ofMcTJees appear to be a favorite haunt
for them. On Tuesday nisjlit a "entle-
doyed in one of the canneries 1
at upper town was returning home;
heavily freighted with tomatoes tor a;
lady friend. When abreast of McGees
' aime from behind the house
' whistled. This signal called forth
another man from the elbow of the
building. The lirst cried, "stop hint," i
and the second made a rush for the
poor belated pedestrian, who was con
siderably agitated at this interesting
moment. Recovering his presence of
mind he hurled his load of tomatoes
at the approaching villain, and rushed
post him in the confusion of the mo
ment and succeeded in reaching his
landlady home safely. The wonder
ful effects of vegetable diet was a
favorite topic of conversation, in that
A band ring witl- raised !lnu .m!iH,Jlu- A" wh have tri.-d it, pvitj-
the outside. E. A. IfiVngraved on the in
side. The linden w iJLpleasc leave it at
Tlir AsToi:iAVfhY(aml reeeive to
The ladies of Astoria will hold a fair
at Liberty hall, in aid of St. Marys hos
pital, beginning on Fiida evening next
ami continuim; dailj. Sunday e.vepted.
until Saturday, August . I8si. eery
afternoon and evening.
On after this date an additional 10
cents per cord will be charged on all
order for sawed wood not accompanied
b the cash. at (Iravs wood ard. Julv
-The .steamer l.urliiic. for A.storia
and Sea-Side landing, connects at A.s
toria with steamer Gen. Canby for II
waco Saturday, July :!0th, at 7 50 a.m.
Returning, she leaves Astoria August
1st. at t'rjm a. u., for Portland.
is still do-1
Davidsons Branch (laller.
intr a "ood business. He inform
that but a few w'eks mori
are. left of i
Fmaln In As- j
i will be per-
the time allotted for it to
fnrin. Dnriiiff tllat time
feetlj willing, f fact ramer pleased, to J
iiiuuu a uocn uiee i.ioii-l iinoio;i,ijiiia
Tor every per in in tlnf city and sur
rounding contry, wljti has not yet
favored him xvith'n sitting.
Ma. Wagner's San Francisco Na
tional brewery beer can't be beat.
P. WBhclm, Boss saloon, opjwisiiu
the Clarendon hotel. Portland. Oregon.
The finest quality of harness oil is
kept at the harness shop, for sale b S.
Icecream at I Joscoes oyster and re
freshment saloon in Occident hotel
-Zephvrs in ail Colors and Shades at '
viv nnnfc mi nuiw... nt ii.. i'-.nr.iriiin i
"un. iint-nnipo nnriior I
-"!-' - -
-Mr. .lohn Itojjers of the Central Mar
ket, has made arrangements to keep all ,
the finest fresh fish, etc., in their season.
i. ,c i. ,.,., ....i
aekof honie made
ia C andy hactory.
eandics. at the Astoria
net door to the City Hook store,
posile the bell tower.
P.. I. Goodman, on Chenamus street, i
has just receiviil the latest and mostj
f:isliioii:ihh stvle of wills and Indies
loots shoes efc
J. I I.J).
I) ftriv ' now sidl'ii" Who.,!
.-' l,VV tV i i i. r.l i ii
I heed of all kinds at reduced
raus aim mis iiimi a nne uu oi -vnh aim
Vine Maple Wood on hand for sale.
The New Testament authorized
edition revised, for twenty-five cepts at
Charles Stevens and Sons Oil Hook
Charles Oratke has always on hand
No. 1 XXX Premium Ale and first pre
mium Lager I Jeer from the Albany
brewery. San Francisco, at his saloon
on the l.oadway.
Charles Stevens & Sou are. in re
ceipt of a fine stock of mouldings and
are now prepared to make picture
frames- to order, fall and inspect their
For the genuine .1. II. Tuttcr old ast Ti. tsst. at -: o'clock v.m.
Uourhon. and the best of wines, liquors Hy onlcr of THE INCORIOR.VTORs'.
and San Franeiseo heer, call at the Hem, S - - ,'-. i-, - .
ojiKsitc the heii tower, ami see Camp-. Stockholders Meeting.
h('"- ' A MEETlNfS OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
-Capt..!. II. 1). Crav is now prepared --;' V,e TO?" i"x Mu ,d,,lB vf '"
in sin. i.l v iiir lut ..ir-lttiic nf fir hf.ni- eiatlon Is called for ednevlay evcnlnp.Au
osuppl the iiesl qu..litiesot nr, hem- i , ., t ,,lPllan of Ator LiKlse Not ft. K.
lock, vine maple, spruce limits, etc. j;f ,...', 8 o'clock, for the punnrsc or inemis
Leave orders at the wood yard, foot of ! ins the mpital stock to aw shares.
Uentnu street, ' P. onlcr nr the I"oanl of Directors.
,. tT-," I . , ' En.D.CrirTIS.Secrctnrj.
1-or a lirst-elass oj'ster stew, frv, l
pan-roast or fancy roast, jo to l!oscoe. c..nmnh cim
Clieiminus street. Occident hotel block. J SquemOCqna Street.
r iiiHiiiessiiHiuu iiy uie iiuniireu ur ine
ssiek. open or in the shell.
o ,. " 0 ., . , ., .
store, has the lamest aud best selected
slock ill clothin-'in thccit. Also, "cuts
iiiiiiisiiiu ;inus. imuis iiiiti muh-i,
trunks and alisCs, hats and caps
neriulut. Cocoaunt IV
i (MiPwiinr i,.i,.iuiw that part of .Squeinocqha sfnu-t
i? iriiilH rSninut J from the wist side of I'av, street to the
nlilV'ntSSlw1 l',ul of sai(l aJH-qlia street is
.1 HM "L uuvil
opposite the bell tower.
Ice. Uutter Scotch, and
UiIiiKs at the Ast.iria Camh Faclr,IV.4!"-""L'VliV
basin- your scwin- ma-! 1"J within Ave days fro
1 examine A. Van Diisen I "f this wCi'- v: -"-Thcv
have just received ! omVJl tf0Iunc,-wlH
chines, call and
& Co. s stock
anew and elegant lot, which they arc
oflering at bottom prices.
IJefore purchasing goods Of nnybodx
call and insoect niv stK5k. You are
u'nipnnw 1 will "hultvhow mv nnil I
no matter whether votibny or not. Xew ' Ihrani Drown
goods by every st earner. S. I)AX7.ini:t:. JJwi yiael-SZZL
Peter Wilhelm has established aj " Z
first class saloon in C. II. luge's build- j " I""IZir
ing, on Squemocihe street, near the bell Kobort Ca-TuuTrn7.
tower, and has appointed Messrs. Win. John Hobsou . ..
Bock & Co. his agents. The best ofjTniMccsonL.l.Kliumy
everj thing in the line of wines, liquors, 7. " Z
beer, cigars, etc-, will be kept on hand.
Having made arrangements in Xew
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. Danzigur, San Francisco cloth
ing store, Astoria.
The proprietors of Kendalls Spavin
Cure linvu hundreds of letters on lile
speaking in the highest terms of the
benefits derived from its use, when you
find one case whereat ha failed to give
relief there are hundreds wkere it lias
proven n success. Bead their advertisement
PnrnlHltcil Itaein to T,et
At Mrs. Munson's lodging house.
Offl re to Kent.
Single or in suites of two. in Tiik As
tokian building. Prices reasonable.
CoarKi Liverpool Snlr
For sale by the ton, at .San Franeiseo
prices at arren and Katoits Astoria
('un.slaiitly on hand, and in ouantitius
- sm. Liverpool factorv filled. Riv
coarse, and half ground.at
Notice to Fishermen.
KWM uW ,,, J3rp(lUnds of ,,.u.k
spawn from sturgeon wauted daily. Ca.sh
11'1 :u J. TJIeKrin: Devv1)ro,
Sherman Itros. Kxpre
Will receive orders at the store or I.
W. Ca.se for upper Atoria or an other
nan of thecitv. Leave oiir orders on
the slate and they will be prompt h at-i
Itriek! Jtrirk! Uriel; I
1 have on hand a large amount of brick
for .sale at from is." to 8S per thousand.
Call and evamine. near Astoria eeme
ler. .loii.v Williamson.
Mr. M. A. Kiddle, of Kuappa. author-'
izes in to adertise .sro reward for the!
ri'Pnvnrv of flu luult iif V. V Itnli
.""".- " """"". ..".""I
who wjis urowneu with .ir. Lewis wnen
ii-iou; nr.u mi- oar on i no iuiii. .ur.
Finley was a large, heavy set person,
black hair and mu-tacbe. dressed in
black riot lies, with a blue overshirt and
Xo. I Ire Cream.
j It makes all the difference in the
1 wiirtil v!int-i vnn trnt ii. rri'itit ri lo
lwv.l. ..n........,.C I.'...1. 1.... . l... I.,w,
Ill quality. No. 1 Ice Cream, and equally
as mich to thcdish in mutiititx.
innii, iuiiiiiiii..o l i,iiii i iiun.i nil uivi i
The Central Hotel.
One of the lincst, cleanot and best;
kej.t hotels in Astoria. situated i.enrthe
stumer landing with first class, airy
hkiius, good board and vt reasonable j
rates. Bar and billiard rooms. The i
be.st of wines and liquors, and an excel-
lenlftilass of San Francisco lavr.
Atoi.v hiei.ou. I'ropnelor.
ItoHcoeH A'e' l'lnee.
Kiiscoc. the iHipular caterer, invites
all his old imtrons. and as many new
ones as may le pleased to make him a
visit, to call at his new Ice Cream Sa
loon, on Chenamus street. Occident
lintel block, which he has jtist fitted up
in lirt elass stylc.
I If l!iei:irtv or mirtiiw who .tnl tlu
Watch and I'ocket-Book from Mr. O.
So vev's saloon, on Main street. Saturd.iv
morning July Kith, will return the same.
nI0y will be paid Sin reward, and no
AVatchmnker and Jeweler.
A. E. Uutierficld, of the firm of But-'
terficid Bros., rortland, is now located j
with Carl Adler, and Is doing work in
first class stj 1c at Portland prices. Xow
is your chance to have your watch or
Jewelry repaired. Give him a call and !
be convinced of his prices, '
WiMInnixport lropcrly. !
(Jrent bargains arc now offered in the!
city of Williamsport for any iersons ;
wishing to locate from one lot to fiwi
acres. It is well adapted for gardens-,
dairy ranches or pleasant hemes: well
elevated, situated one mile south of
AMonn oinrap na. wiiii a iionu
CTailcil road to the place. For further
iufonuation call at my residence near
I the cemetery.
I T OST. On theuiht of the 1.1th in
J j ,-,-, fatlloms nfi w :u,d4imesi
, n,P 40 mt i2.,,V :mtl 4I r ir..,,i
ilv:iml-il tif ir.-nK Iwiiii-
cotton lines. The finder will please send
, wonl to me at Clifton, Oruj;oii. eare of. I. .
i ami V. Cook Mint I will nnv ehriT-ps-
" A.M. l'tt.VY.
Clifton. Oref-oii. July ilrt. lssi.
T OST. July M, in Ton-nic nolut sliute.
i JLi atout from M to 70 fathom this years
' net. leu iianiieu lines. io inesiies. . i'-piy
I Harbours twine. The fimlcrwlll hesultahly
I -..-.i.k.i .... inN..... i...i ... i..r,...oti..
. i L 1 111! ".Til I'll l '! Illl. IlllfOI 1IIIU1 " !
where it inn lie round at s. p,
j ncr. 15. 1". S. cnl on one eork
on the bnn
1 is! AAA IOirXDS RAOS OF all kinds
JL'JvW clean and dn. at the Umbrella
shop. Main street, by .1. .lOI'LIN.
1RI. OR MIDDLE Af'ED WOMAN.
TVJOTICE IS HERKKV OIVEXTHAT there
ill he a uieetins of the stockholders of
. the Odd r ellovvs l-iml and nullum;; Asmk-i.-i-
lion of Astoria. Oregon, on Thursday. An-
, .Notice is Herein --IVCn Dial the asscss-
,ct made by ordinance Xo. 417 for im-
nrovin! and rciKiinu; ot viucmociha
i; lrt,et f,,, the west side of Oass street
(..ti..t uf;,ic w..Ai.nt,.nt
, McrVures Astoriain theiuanner n
lures Astoria, m iiiemanner nm-
ii1im1 lit- i irvlitin iw.n "NT i J1J mi unnli ttC
I ftii fllmviiifr ilnctritwijl ififc rrmtiiicr
, ...w ' "'"" v.- v -"
. . i....i.i-....iii.- m... fll..
city Treasurer in said
States cold aud silver i
)iin iiiwiui i tii "ini vii in v iiiivii
States gold aud silver coin, and unless
from the expiration
rust .ill). lKsi.tuej
issued for the collection thereof. The
assessment is as follews:
No. of Xo. of i'rn'ble
lot block, cost.
Xme of owner of t lit. Lot
fico. Flatcl ......-....
itartti Xr M t is
l"arkcr & Cornelius I
G. AV. Hume 1
Cltv of Astoria
Trust ecsof L J. Kinneyl
P thian Land Asso'tion
Jfelrs of O. "Vf. Warren.
0. W. Hume -.
AVrn. Hume .J..
Uy order of the Common Council.
Auditor and Clerk.
Ajtorla, Oregon, July a, 1S1,
Pianos and Organs
Or all makes nnstantl on hand. Also a
full stock of
VIOLINS. GUITARS, BANJOS, AC-
Also a lan-e stock of the best of
VIOLIN AND OUITAP. STRINGS,
AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
As well as ecr thing ele belonging to a
First Class Music Store.
riaiiosaml Organs sold on the monthly in-
M;,u,m.t plan or for rent.
CARL ADLER'S BOOK STORE.
The largest stock of
Blank Books and Stationery
of every description.
School Books, itihies. roetleal
Works. Alliums and
IW-sules a full and complete
stock or ecr thing usually
kent In a well regulated Book
? ,, 51 !""
Also nens depot and agency, for
CARL ADLER'S VARIETY STORE
eg Watches. Clocks and Jewelry,
frrO Pocket and Tabic Cutler'.
. JSI ." "n2" "ai"! SJSK
XiX poods h nen steamer. The public
arc iuited to examine my stock aud prices,
c'HEN AMIS .ST.. - ASTOKIA. OREGON,
Shoalwaier Bay Steam Navigation
The new strainer
d of the Bay.
Councctlu nidi X
stase line and
steamer (Jen. f anhj
llwnco for Astoria.
Ifclw ,. ,
.hx?cin i i
: s l,,n -" "
ria on either of those
South neiul in one
For freight and p sar apply at the
Coinpanys oflh-e at Siiith Itend. or the Cjtp
taiu on Itoanl.
Chas. Stevens & Son
CITY HOOK STOKK.
In room latel orriincd l
Largest aiA Best Assortment
Of novelties in thr stationary line usually
found in a first -el:kss hook store, consisting of
HOOKS, KINK STATIONEKY.
:oi.i i'kx coons, alhu.ms.
All or widen will he sold at prices which
I. S. The latest Eastern and California
periodical1' coastanth ou hand.
OHAS.STK VKXS . SOX.
CHINCH0UA RUBRA, AND CALIFORNIA
Tins a mc. i tj:st
OF TiriC A OK.
Sr"onr IiK-:d oiluinus tor pnrlionlan. and
W ASTORIA. OREGON. 0
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
3IYescntions rarefitllv compounded at
t3lIoinconatIilc Tinctures and Pellets,
ami iiuinpnrey s peclcs also Kepu
XTOTICE IS HEKKBY OIVEN THAT the
-I"i Cltv Assessment roll for 1S3I. Ls now In
my hands for collection and all ol said taxes
are now due. All persons ttiat are indebted
for the same mav s.-vc Ave per cent, by pay
ing "sild taxes before Vuzust 11, 1851.
V. E. DEMENT.
Cl-d&utd City Trcasnrcr.
Have You a Horse? if so.
TOL MUST XOT FAIL TO GET Ke
VALl'ti TIIK.VT1SK OX TIIK HOUSE, It
Is worth ten time its eot lo ever.' one Bav
ins a hnrse or a team. Its cost Is hat 25
cents and will be sent -xwtpald on receipt
of price, aud the mone will be refunded to
any who do not think it worth its price.
Address: THE ASTORIAX OFFICE.
Go asou Please
,V tvalklnx match will take place at Lllertr
' AUGUST 10, 1881,
From two o'clock in the aftenuxm until two
o'clock in the night.
Oaily 12 IIahi-h Tar I)ay.
I.J. Casey of San Francisco, E. E. Shaw
and J. E. Salma of Astoria, challenge Mr.
Charles Seamon f or th e sum of S2C0.
Admission, - - - - - - 2S cents
m t iiqilin
TALK IS CHEAP BOYS!!
I Money to Buy Whisky !1
It Also Eeqires Money Pp
I cannot sell Goods AT COST and pay expenses, but
IT rA"T AATTk 11 1 I T I
Sell at Xxower Pi?ios
Than certain Chatham Street Style of Merchants, who
come before the public in flaming advertise
ments only for the purpose of
SWIjStDLTJSTG the people
Notwithstanding the fact of this being the dullest year
since my arrival in Astoria, I have nearly doubled
my sales, which has only been attained
BY SQUARE DEALING.
RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER.
Remember the Place, the Old and Reliable
ONE PRICE I X L
DRY G0QB8 AND 6LQTH1NS MSUSB
Main Sti-eet, near Parlier House, Astoria.
C. B. COOPER,
The Boss Coffee and Tea Pot
jS Ri H JSl W E S5
TWO DOOItS EAST OF OCCIDEXT, - - ASTOKIA, OKEGON.
FUBNITURE Ss BEDDING
AND DEAtER IX
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
IS Sl'I'ERIOU TO MOST, AND IS
JOHN HAHN, -
ea-Ordert left at the GE11MANIA BEEU
HAVING EVERY FACILITY FOH
tide, I am now prepared to fund
AT .Htt CEXT.H PER AIjIiON
""Families and keepers of public ho'tsos promptly and regularly supplied.
M. MEYER. Proprietor ASTORIA. OREGON.
Leinenweber & Co.,
TAMERS AHD CURRIERS,
Manufacturers and Importers ot
4 LL KINDS OF
Wholesale Dealers In
OIL AM) TALLOW.
BOOTS and SHOES
WHighest wsh price paid fori Hides and
MAY HE HAD OF
Also, Agent for the eelehrated
EXCELLED P.Y NONE ON THIS COAST
HALL will he promptly attended to.-S
HE MANUKA CTUKE OF A i'lttST CLASS Ah
the public with tha finest fiuality. for cash.
AT $1 50 THR DOZES.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
Orders left at the Occident Hotel, or at-my
Warehonse, foot of JJcnton Street, promptly
attended to. 0
LIME, SAND, URICK. PIJLSTER. LATH,
Cement, and all materials in my line,
furnished to order.
"WSpecIal attention paid tor Furnace work
and Ranges. Cistern work warranted good
yAtent San Juan and New Tacoma Umer
John Risers, Central Marfctt,
Has received a large Invoice of
BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS
of the best quality, .
And Uiiow readv to snnnlv Butchers Can-
nerlex and all others, cheap ior'C&sn.