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SATURDAY JULY 30. 1SS1
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
to. V. Ireland, I'llltor and Proprietor
.i.itorwn Jhitidmy, Cass Street.
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The WccMj Astorinn
Is a mammoth shout, nearly double
the s"r.e of the Daily. It is just the pa
per for the firesidc-,tnntnimng in audi
tion to all the curient new., choiee mis
cellany, ariculturttl matter, market re
ports, etc. It is furnished to single sub
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3f"A limited numoerof Mtmll adver
tisements inserted at established rates.
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erx who conUmvlatc absence from the citu ean
have Tiik astokian folhiH. them. Daily
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out additional erpeiitc. Addrc!cx may he
ctuiiiged as often ax da-ircd. Leave order at
the. ctmnllnv room.
Votiee to Fishermen ami Others on
the Columbia Itivcr.
My voungest son, four jenrs old, blue
eye.s, light" hair and complexion, fell
from the wharf at Clifton on Saturday
evening, .luly !th, 18S1. A liberal re
ward .will ho paid for the recovery of his
body. Vixckxt Cook.
Cl'iflon. Oregon, .Inly 10, 18S1.
Collection dajr, Monday.
Common council to-night.
The Taunton went to sea yesterday-
This is the W day of Pells con
signment! The Countess of Derby, and the
CrossGeld arrived yesterday.
The Rival started up river yester
day, Clara Parker towing? Oilman
Thanks to Mr. E. O. Uolden, of
the Firemans Fund, for :i handsome
Hon. .1. E. Atwater, wife and
daughter, of The Dalles, are at tho
The Empire left Portland yester
day at Tt a. M.. Oklahama towing,
The Empire was reported aground
on the way down yesterday, with two
The ship Columbia left Portland
yesterday morning at 11 o'clock,
steamer Church towing, Strang pilot.
-- Tho net proceeds of the variety
entertainment given by Hills Variety
uoupe, in aid of St. Marj's Hospital,
was Sb7.no. Oood.
Mr. J. II. Knapp, one of the
staunch supporters of Tiik Astokian,
returns to Portland to-day from a
business trip to Thvaco.
Mr. lvcr Hasmussen finished his
fishing engagement for the season of
1881 yesterday, and returns to his
home on Shoalwater bay to-day.
The Washington territory pilot
commissioners, at Ilwaco yesterday,
issued, branches to pilot on the bar to
Jas. E. Campbell and Thos. Doig.
Fred Wilkin, fishing for the Pil
lar rock canneiy, pipked up 200 fathom
of one of Joseph Humes nets, just
above Barneys point, on Thursday
Business was almost entirely sus
pended and nearly everybody in Port
land attended the races on Thursday.
Why not? The finest thoroughbreds
Capt. Hamhns little throe year
old girl, referring "to the late arrival
in tho family, thinks he will make her
a good brother, but says there is no
beauty about him.
The Young Mens Western band
of Astoria elicited much favorable
comment as they paraded the streets
last evening, performing some of their
best selections. They attended the
Mr. F. B. Hull, of Grays river,
reports everything promising in that
locality, and people are hopeful for
the railroad to Astoria. If they can
not have it for themselves they would
rejoice to meet it here.
- Mir. Trenchard returned from
Portland yesterday. He informs us
that Mr. Hatch, of Portland, bought
he Mary Taylor. It is not determined
what Mr. Hatch will do with her.
She may probably come back on the
Columbia river bar.
Hoidcns advertisement of
le thyrtnorninr at 10 o'clock,
tiojr rooms. A Hire chance
securea "pod sewing
a low pxce. By order of
J. D. Merrymtni, a lot of
skets, cutlasses, and other
articles will also be disposed of.
Capt. N.B. Humprey,Bepublican
Senator from Democratic Linn, is in
the city. We have not had time to
interview him, but when we do wo
know he will tell us a good story. He
is somewhat celebrated in this mat-
jtfer and his speeches liave taken the
fchole house down on many occasions.
th all his iollitv he is one of the
Utorneys in Oregon.
at his vh
is oiicrc o
Opening of the Fair.
The Fair W tho benefit of St.
Marys Hospital opened, last evening
under very fvorabfe auspices. The
booths kept By theWifFerent ladies are
beautifully ecorafcd, and we have no
doubt wille a financial success. The
fair will cjmtinue'mtil Saturday night,
Business in the City.
We are glad to report that business
in the city is looking up. Our stores
are all rushed with prudent classes of
fishermen who are buying their fall
outfits. We hope tliat it will continue
so for some lime. Our merchants all
have as good stocks to select from as
any merchants on the coast, and when
a man has saved his money he will find
that he can get full value for it in
Astoria, in purchase of goods equal to
any in stock at Snn Francisco or Port
land. The Last Day.
The hiBt of a large consignment of
dry goods will be sold in Astoria to
day. .Nearly two months ago F. L.
Drew, of San Francisco, shipped
$40,000 worth ofdry gfods to Port
land, being a consignment from his
brother-in-law, .teromoli 'ell, one of the
largest importtf-s of New York. A
small remaining portion from Portland
was shipped to Astoria hist week, and
has met with wonderfully
sales; but afew goods remain
will be sold out clean this day.
The doors will be thrown open -at
8 a. m. fur private sale. A clean
sweep will be made of everything, in
cluding shelving, counters, show cases
and empty dry goods cases. Auction
will be held at 2 and 7:00 v. m.
The Steamship Umatilla.
The new steamship Umatilla, built
for the Oregon Improvement company,
i3 now taking in her stores at Brook
lyn, New York, for this port. She
will sail to-morrow, in conimaud of
Capt. Worth. A dispatch says she is
built entirely of iron, and although of
enormous size her lines are symmetri
cal throughout. He length is 325 feet
and she has a tonnage of o()00. She
is equipped with direct acting com
pound engines, with a nominal horse
power of 5,000. Has fore and aft
rigging, and steering apparatus oper
ated by stoam, and electric lights.
The officers quarters and accommoda
tions for passengers are of the best
and finest character, and the crew are
also well provided for. The Umatilla
is among the best of American built
ships. She will call in at Rio and
thon pass through the straits of Ma
gellan, and around to the PaciGc,
stopping at Valparaiso on her north
ward journey. Her cargo consists
almost entirely of railway supplies.
- Uov. Thayer has appointed Hon.
Geo. L. Curry, of The Dalles, and
Glenn O. Holmau, of Baker city,
notaries public for Oregon.
Mr. H. A. Shaw, of Deep river,
was in the city yesterday. Deep river
settlement is growing with the balance
of the surrounding country, and there
are many good claims there yet to be
taken. There is but very little desert
land in that part of the country.
Birdie Anderson, jrrand-son of
our friends Capt. Jas. Strang and W,
H. Anderson, of Portland, took in The
Astokian office yesterday in company
with his chaperon, Mr. O. P. Tomp
kins, and entertained us for an hour
or so. Come again Birdie.
According to the advertisement
in the Orcgonian, which we quote to
day, tho Los Angles will call in at As
toria on or about Wednesday next for
Sitka freight. The business of Asto
ria with Sitka has become a very con
siderable item, and we should dislike
very much to see it ignored.
A trip to The Dalles at this sea
season is a very enjoyable one if the
traveler is content with tho slow time
made by the boats and can stand the
warm weather. Beyond the Cascades
the line of the railroad is constantly in
view and an idea of the greatness of
the undertaking fully felt. A few
mile? if track is laid and a locomotive
is constantly employed in moving cSrs
of material to the front
An article in tho Daily a few
days since, entitled Our Lovely Cli
mate, should have read lively. To
illustrate: Yesterday foronoon when
the bell-man took hold of the rope at
the Congregational church to call the
people together for the picnic, the
weather was all that could be desired,
but before he got a stroke out of that
clapper it was raining. That 's what
we should call lively weather; don't it.
Hon. F. J. Taylor, T. X. Strong
Esq., and Mr. J. T. White took to
the woods on a hunting expedition on
the 24th, returning on Wednesday.
One day duritig their travels they
espied a pair of beautiful deer and
gave chase, coming upon a couple of
elk, which they followed to the top
most peak of Saddle mountain. Both
elk were killed, and one of them e
cured, the other one fell ovcrthe cliff
into the abyss below and was lost.
Elk meat is verv nice now.
The Xew Testament authorized
edition revised, for twenty-five cents at
Charles Stevens and Sons City Book
Charles Stevens & Son are in re
ceipt of a fine stock of mouldings, and
are now prepared to make picture
frames to order. Call and inspect their
stock. - .:
Prof. F. P. Uagal, the famous tight
rope performer, will give another one
of his extraordinary exhibitions this
evening at 7 o'clock, at the same place
on Concomly street, from JStephans
Varieties across tf the opposite corner.
Also will give a performance to-morrow
(Sunday) evening. Cumo one,
come all, large and small, and see the
fun; there will be lots of it
The ladies of Astoria will hold a fair
at Liberty hall, in aid of St. Marys hos
pital, will continue daHy..Sunday except
ed, until Saturday, August G, l&Jl. every
afternoon and evening.
A IhuuI ring with raised flowers on
the outside. E. A. II. engraved on the in
side. The finder will please leave it at
Tiik A-tokian office and receive re
ward. Take Xotlce.
On After this date an additional 10
cents per cord will be ehurged on all
orders for sawed wood not accompanied
bv the cash, at Gravs wood vard. July
Notice to Fishermen.
From one to 1,000 pounds of black
spawn from sturgeon wanted daily. Cash
paid at .1. T. Bokciikks Dew Drop Inn.
Sherman Itros. Kxprc.ss
Will recehe onler.s at the store of I.
W. Case for upper Astoria or any other
part of the city. Leave your orders on
the slate and they will be promptly at
Krirk! Mrick! Itrick!
1 have on hand a large amount of brick
forsnleat from $5 to 8 per thousand.
Call and examine, near Astoria cenie
tcrj. John- Williamson.
KosrncH Xew I'lace.
llftcoe. the popular caterer, invites
all his old patrons, and as many new
ones as may be pleased to make fiim a
visit, to call at his new Ice- Cream Sa
loon, on Chenamus street, Occident
hotel block, which he has just fitted up
in first class style.
If the party or parties who stole the
Watch and "Pocket-Book from Mr. O.
Sovey's saloon, on Main street, Saturday
morning July 10th, will return the same,
they will be paid $10 reward, and no
Mr. M. A. lliddlc, of Knappa. author
izes us to advertise $50 reward for the
recovery of the body of V" F. Finley,
who was drowned with Mr. Lewis when
fishing near the bar on the ICtli. Mr.
Finley was a large, heavy set person,
black hair and mustache, dressed in
black clothes, with a blue overshirt and
So. I Ice Cream.
It makes all the difference in the
world where you get ice cream as to
quality. All who have tried it, every
body, pronounces Frank Fabers'the best
in quality, No. 1 Tee Cream, and equally
as much lo 1 he dish in quantity.
The Central Hotel.
One of the finest, cleanest and best
kept hotels in Astoria, situated near the
steamer landing, with first class, airy
looms, good board and very reasonable
rates. Bar and billiard rooms. The
bel of wines and liquors, and an exeel
lent'glass of San Francisco beer.
Geo. Hill, proprietor and manager,
Fred (Sere, stage manager, Thos. Culleu,
leader of orchestra, Geo. Lambert, leader
of brass band. To-night new lirst part,
with Cook and Xiekerson as the funny
end men. Gere interlocutor. Male and
female minstrels, new olio and special
ties. A new act entitled That train
that goes at 4. Mrs. Lou Cook in her
neat song and dance. Mr.Staelev in his
jig, aud Mr. Cook with his dog Par Ex
cellence. Xiekerson as t he funny moke.
and Gere in new dutchisms. Open air:
concert at k p. m. reriormance com-
mencasat.s:!0 r. i. Entrance on Benton
street: private boxes on Chenanms.
Max. Wagner's San Francisco Na
tional brewery beer can't be beat
Charles Cratke has always on hand
2o. l XXX Premium Ale and first pre
mium Lager Beer from the Albany
brewery, San Francisco, at his saloon
on the Koadway.
The best Carters Cape Ann oil
clothing, rubber boots, etc sold at San
Francisco wholesale prices at the San
Francisco clothing store.
Capt. J. II. I). Gray is now prepared
to supply the best qualities of fir, hem
lock, vine maple, spruce limbs, etc
Leave orders at the wood yard, foot of
For a first-class oyster stew, fry,
pan-roast or fancy roast, go to Koscoe's
Chenamus street. Occident hotel block.
Families supplied by the hundred or the
sack, open or in tho shell.
S. Danziccr, San Francisco clot bins
store, has the largest and best selected
stock of clothing in the city. Also, gents
furnishing goods, boots aud shoes,
trunks and valises, hats aud caps.
Caramels. Molasses Chewing Pep
permint, Cocoanut DTtalia, Cocoanut
Ice. Butter Scotch, and a lot of good
things at the Astoria Candy Factory,
opposite the bell tower.
Before purchasing your sewing ma
chines, call and examine A. Van JJusen
fcCo.'s stock. They have just received
anew and elegant lot, which they are
offering at bottom prides.
Before purchasing goods of anybody
call and inspect my stock. You are
welcome. 1 will gladlyshow my goods,
no matter whether you buy or not. New
goods by every steamer. S. Daxzigki:.
Peter Wilhelm has established a
first class saloon in C. if. Page's build
ing, on Squenioqhe street, near the bell
tower, and has appointed Messrs. Win.
Bock & Co. his agents. The best of
everything in the line of wines, liquors,
beer, cigars, etc-, will be kept on hand.
Having made arrangements in New
York and San Francisco for the pur
chase of all my goods, my facilities for
buying arc such as to enable me to
undersell all others. I defy competi
tion. S. Danzigor, San Francisco cloth
lug store, Astoria.
-The steamer Lurlinelw Astoria
and Sea- lite landing, odffaects at As
toria wit I aeamerlGtic Clnb for Il
waco t-dij. SahrfAay, Vdly 30th.
Kcturniig, Ishe leaYesVAstoria August
1st, at 6ib0 a m., for Portland.
Davidsons Branch Gallery is still do
ing a good business. He informs us
that but a few weeks more are left of
the time alio ted fcr it to remain in As
toria. During that time lie will be per
fectly wjlllnf, in fact rather pleased, to
make a dozeu lce cabinet photographs
for even verson In tKe city and sur-
ToundlCCcountry, jwho' has not yet
favoreofUBJ Fldr sitting. ,j?.
FurnlRhcrt IteosiH to T.et
At Mrs. Million's lodging house.
Oflleen to Rent.
Single or in suites of two. in Tiik As
tokiax building. Prices reasonable.
Coarxe Liverpool Salt
For sale by the ton, at San Francisco
prices at arren and Eatons Astoria
Constantly on hand, and in quantities
to suit. Liverpool factory filled. Bay
coarse, and half ground, at
Geo. W. llcif,s.
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
A. EButterfield. of the firm of But
terlield Bros Portland, Is now located
with Carl Adler. and is doing work in
first class style at Portland prices. Now
is your chance to have your watch or
jewelry repaired. Give him a call and
lie convinced of his price.
Great lmnrains an now offered in the
city of William.sport for any persons,
wishing to locate from one lot to five
acres. It is well adapted for gardens."
dairy ranches or ile.napt hemes: well l
elevated, situated one mile south of
Astoria on Youngs bay. with a good
graded road to the place. For further I
information call at my residence near
the cemetery. .John Wili.ia.msox.
P. Wilhelm, Boss saloon. opposite
the Clarendon hotel, Portland. Oregon.
The finest quality of harness oil is
kept at the harness shop, for sale by S.
Ice cream at IJoscocs oyster and re
freshment saloon in Occident hotel
Zephyrs in ail Colors and Shades at
ix cents an ounce, at the California
store, iost-officc comer.
A tremendous stock of home ::uulc
candies, at the Astoria Candy Faetorj.
next door to the City Book store. Oj
posite the bell tower.
For the genuine .1. II. Culler old
Bourbon, and the best of wines. liquors
and San Francisco beer, call at the Gem,
opiKsite the bell tower, and see Camp
bell. P. J. Goodman, on Chenamus street,
has just received the latest and most
fashionable style of gents and ladies
boots, shoes, etc.
LOST. On the night of the 15th iiiht. about
12i fathoms net, 40 and-H ineshe deep.
The 40 mesh of 12-ply and U of u-ply twine,
cotton lines. The liniler will please send
word to me at Clifton. Oregon, care of J. W.
aim V. Cook anil I will pav charges.
Clifton, Oregon. Jnl 2G. 151.
LOST. July 22d, in Tongue point shute,
about from CO to 70 fathom this years
net. left handed lines, 40 meshes. No. 12-ply
Barbours twine. The finder will be suitably
rewarded on leaving the net, or information
where It mav be found at S. D. Ailalrs can
nerv. H. K. S. cut on om cork on the buov
line. P.. KltlCKSOX.
Jill 22, UvSl.
1 X AAA POUNDS RAGS OF all kinds
JLdvVV clean and dry, at the Umbrella
shop. .Main street, by J. JOPI.IN.
1 lRI. OR .MIDDI.K AGED woman.
VT Inquire at THIS OFFICK.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GI VEX THAT there
will be :t meeting of the stockholders of
the Odd Fellows I.-uid and Building A?iueia
tion of Astoria. Oivgon. on Thursday, Au
gust 2Ti, 181, at 3 o'clock r. m.
Ry order or THE IXCORl'ORATORS.
A .MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
of the PvUikui 1-and and Buildlm- Asso
ciation is called for Wednesday evening. Au
gttst 3d. at the hall of Ator Lodge No. C. K
of P.. at 8 o'clock, for the j)iiriose of Increas
ing the capital stock to 200 shares.
Rv order of the Roanl of Directors.
Ed. I). CURTIS, Secretary
The undersigned Is prepared to uimlsn
a large nnmlH-r of Spiles and Sjiars at bis
place on short notice, at reasonable rates.
Apply to C.O.CAPLE8,
I WILL NOT RE RESPOXSIRE FOR any
damages that may result from traeliug
over the roadway in front of block HI.
Shivelvs Astoria, or any other property
ownedhy me. Mns. NANCY WELCH.
Astoria. .Inly 2C.1SS1.
Notice to Trespassers.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY FOR
blddcn to trespass in any manner iiKit
lot 1, block 32. Olueys Astoria, under pen
alty or prosecution. .1. G. .MEG LElt.
Astoria. Oregon. July 13, ISaL
Proposals for County Jail.
C-EALED PROPOSALS WILL RE HE
O celved at the County Clerks office in As
toria. Oregon, until noon of Saturday. Au
gust 20. iSSl.for building a jail for Clatsop
County, according to plans :uid specifl -ntious
on me in tue omee oi tne uoiuuy ucrK
Rv order of I lie County Court.
R. It SPEDDEX.
Lot and Improvements for Sale.
LOT ElfJHT. IX BLOCK SEVEXTY
five hi Olneys Astoria, together with
A Good HoiiHe and IVondKlird
SISE IIUA'DKEO DOLLAUS.
For piuticulars inquire of
M. SERRAor W. II.TWILKMIT.
Astona, July 11. ISSI.
Notice is hereby given that the assess
ment made by ordinance No. 417 for im
proving and repairing of Squemocqha
street from the west side of Cass street
to the east end of said Squemocqha street,
in McClures Astoria, in the manner pro
vided by ordinance No. 414. on each of
the following described lots fronting
ui)on that part of Squemocqha street
from the west side of Cass street to the
cast end of said .Squemocqha street is
now due and payable at the oflice of the
city Treasurer in said city, in United
States gold and silver coin, and unless
paid within five days from the expiration
of this notice, viz: August ."illi, 1881, the
Common Council will order warrants
issued for the collection thereof. The
assessment is as follews:
o. of No. ot Pro'ble
yxmaof owner of the Lot lot block, cost.
Geo. Flavel 1 CO 3152 C7
" CO 43 93
Hiram Rrovn."n..-Z!JI il CO A$93
4 CO 4S33
Geo. Flavel r "o 4S93
" B SO 48 Kl
" 7 50 4S93
- 8 SO 152 67
Robert Carruthers 8 5S 48 OI
John Hobson 9 w 4 03
Trustees of M.J. Kinney ll S3 43 03
" 12 5S 43 SCI
13 53 43 83
" " -" 14 CH 43 S3
Barth & Meyers.. l Hi 48 D3
Parker & Cornelius . 2 02 00 W
G.W.nnme. 3 C2 00 00
44 4 C2 00 0U
City of Astoria l ci 43 S3
Trustees of SI. J. Kinney 2 CI 48 93
44 3 Cl 43 33
Pjthlan Land Asso'liou l Gl 4R 93
Heirs of G.W.Warren. C CI 43 83
44 " " 7 Cl 43 93
G. W. Hume . 3 57 00 00
44 57 9 GO
Wm, Hume... 7 57 9 80
J " ,.. 8 C7 48 93
Ry nnler of the Common Council.
Astoria, OffJuatMj 21 1 1881.
Pianos and Organs
Of all makes constantly on hand. Also a
full stock ot
VIOLINS. GUITARS, BANJOS. AC-
Also a large stock of the best of
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS,
AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
A well as everything else belonging to a
Flrt Class Mump Store.
Pianos and Organs sold on the monthly in
stallment plan or for rent.
CARL ADLER'S BOOK STORE.
""T TJ'e largest stock of
fiRSsV? Blank Ranks nnH Ofniinneru
fcl Of every description.
; School Rooks, Bibles. Poetical
c Works. Albums and
f, lioiu reus,
U BeMdes a full and complete
stock of everything usually
kent in a well regulated Book
ALmj news depot and agency" for
ever- paper and periodical published.
CARL ADLER'S VARIETY STORE
Watches. Clocks and Jewelrv.
vO, Pocket aud Table Cutlerv,
Srw Yankee Notions and Toys,
"Jut Picture Frames and Chromos.
Ncv2EjlJaby carriages, a complete
ri i i assortment. Archery, etc.
Xew goods b -every .steamer. The public
are invited to examine mv stock and prices.
CHEXAJIl'S ST., - ASTORIA, OREGON.
Chas. Stevens & Son
CITY BOOK STORE.
In room lately occupied by
Larpst ail Best Assortment
Of novelties in the stationary line usually
found in a first -class book store, consisting of
BOOKS. FIXE STATIONERY.
OLD PEN GOODS, ALBUMS.
All of which will be sold at prices which
P. S. The latest Eastern and California
periodicals constantly on hand.
CHAS. STEVENS & SON.
CHINCHONA RUBRA, AND CALIFORNIA
OF TUE AGE.
See" our local columns lor particular?, and
w el ixeivee: us -i
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
SyPrescnptions carefully compounded at
"ryHoineopathie Tinctures and Pellets,
and Humphrey's Specifics also kept.
PHOPOSALS FOK nriLDiNo aiahrrcw.
exclusive of foundation, will berrecelved
until August 10th by the Trustees of the
Methodist Episcopal Church at Astoria.
I'lani and specifications may be seen on ap
plication to I'.. 11. Franklin. The right to re
ject any or all bids is reserved.
V. 15. ELHERSOX.
Secrelary Hoard of Trustees.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
general election of the Astona Fire De
partment will be held on Monday, August
8th, between the hours of 10 a. m. aud 4 1 sr.
for the purpose of electing a Chief and two
Assistant Engineers for the fifth department
year, at the lower hall of Astoria Engine
Co.. No. 1. Judges appointed by Board of
Deleratc- Julv 25th. W. "W. Parker ot No.
l'.s P. Itnney of No.2's.and F. .T.Taylor of
C. J. TRENCH.
President Hoard of Del
Fiiank L. Pakker. Secretary A. F
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the
City Assessment roll for 1831, Is now In
my hands for collection and all of said taxes
are now due. All persons that are Indebted
for the same may save five percent, by pay
ing sum taxes ocion August 11. isn
Have You a Horse? If so,
OU MUST NOT FAIL TO GET Ken-
JL CALL'S TltEATlSK ON THE HOUSE, It
Is worth ten times its cost to every one hav
ing a horse or a team. Its cost Is but 23
cent3 and will be sent postpaid on receipt
of price, and the money will be refunded to
any who do not think it worth Its price.
Address : THE ASTORIAN OFFICE.
-'Go as You Please."
A. walking match will take plnce at Liberty
AUGUST 10, 1881,
From two o'clock In the afternoon until ivfo
o'clock in the night.
Daily 12 Hears ffer Daya.
J.J. (Jtf-y of San Francisco. E. E. Shaw
and J E. talraa of Astqna&allenge Mr.
ccane? seamon iotwu
TALK IS CaP BOYS !
I Honey to Buy Whisky !
It Also Eeqires Money to Pay Expenses.
I cannot sell Goods AT COST and pay expenses, but
l CAN AND WILLI
Sell at Lower Pries
Than certain Chatham Street Style of Merchants, who
come before the public in flaming advertise
ments only for the purpose of
SWINDLING 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.
Rememhev the Place, the Old and Reliable
ONE PKICE I X L
DRY mODS AND CLOTHMG H6USE
Main Street, near Parker Souse, Astoria.
C. H. COOPER, '
The Boss Coff
KM 3K3H II "HT"H9HIB,N:F'2
E, BL. HA WES,
TWO DOOKS EAST OF OCCIDENT,
FURNITURE S5 BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
"WINDOW CORNICES AND CORTAIN POLES
Complete In every branch.
THE COLUMBIA BREWERY
IS SUPERIOR TO MOST, AND IS
cxrOrders left at tho GERMAXIA BEER
AVINO EVERY FACILITY FOR HE
tide, I am now prepared to forma tna
AT 3 CEXTS PF.lt GALLON AT 1 50 JPJSK DOZEN.
W JbLOXiTFlJ A TijE.
jar-Families and keepers of public bouses
M. MEYER. Proprietor
a LF.INF.N WEJrEK. niKAM BROWN.
Leinenweber & Co.,
TAMES AM CDBEEES,
Manufacturers and Importers of
A LL KINDS OF
Wholesale Dealers In
OIL AND TALLOW.
B(JOTS and SHOES
"Hlga4stsa3li price paluforlHv and
ee and Tea Pot
MAY HE HAD OF
ANo. Aeeut for the celebrated
EXCELLED RY NONE ON 1HIS COAST
- ASTORIA, OREGON.
HALL will be promptly attended to."S
MANUFACTURE OF A KlKST CLASS AR.
public with tnonaest quality, lorcasn.
promptly and regularly supplied.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
DEXjt-A.S T 3ES 3BL3E3 3EL
Orders left at the -Occident Hotel, or at my
Warehouse, foot of Benton Street, promptly
LIME, SAND, BRICK, PLASTER, LATH,
Cement, and all materials In my line,
Xnmi3hed to order.
rSpec!aI attention paid to Furnace work
and Ranges. Cistern work warranted good
or no pay.
rAs:ent San Juan and NewTacoraiaLlHie.
John Rogers, Centra! Market,
Has received alarge biYoIc;Q( ,
BARRELS AND HAL1' BARRELS
of the fcest quality, t
And- lajiow ready to supply Bnt
series and all others, cheap for c&i