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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1882)
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FRIDAY JULY 21, !SS2;for :ho new Presbyterian church. now
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
J. F. HALL-ORAN & COMPANY.
.I'ruMsicKiw -M PitocitxmoMS.
i io;imi HuUdiiHj, Ctvfs Strcti.
Free of Postage to aubsrriberf-
- n.nn tl, f;ii.ti.1 fn il.e linnsi! .f fJod I fillC. HOW Mwk of immK Wllirll XVCIi' ll(i at ai I Alllffe. ,
Terms ot Subset Uition ' -t I brought beie u open a ImiueJi tore.. --.
.when hi- is mrever wieiit, aim so ml which nei-t be -old to ali-fy San ion'i lie in tin llou-e '
:rvort by Cnrrior. per wouk ""inPi.-,.,,.,! il. .'.,mi.h wiib tlu bc-11 Knuiei-fO eredilor-. The Mek eon-iM- t
.,nt!y.iiail.fourinoiitb4 s.ilUtITCeiirMUh- cnmcli with tlu s-'t,Hofsnv,.r:,nil Vn,.r ,,,.! ware, ilam- vkdru i-t- ftii-RoiliunlJaN- It1
w. by mail. no year. co'lt will bo plaeed in ih- belliy and ( nl; bed -pi cad-, towel-., divs- Ood-, . ,.,., ,,"-,,, ,.,:CL. bedim"-, ntnche-. i
rw.-uTeruscnicnuiinseriea oy tnoycnr an w.' -' --;.... ....v i-. -"--.. "-' v.,-; : I. v ivvirik
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lmiiiient iidvertisinR. by tho day or woer., I rejoices in the tipportnnitv to testify ' ihe comfort mid -aiisfaelion of niv pal- " 1" i'o ire -nneiina irom Hie,
it cents wtmixan for each insertion. I,,- , f ,irt ".. " "iron-. Tl. Cxi -rood- miHt be .sold, and if :'''- a'"1 ,,1,,w'r!,,;ns ''f ',,lW, "-,
his .enl lor the cane. .; , ,,ar,,n Vlin will aitend ihi.i' jvi-nkn. .j?trly deeay.Jo- of n.a 11-
! - l-iiii'mruiii-ile. FoHOiTv ' bond, ele., 1 w ill -end a recipe thai will ,
THE CITY ! Wanted a Boat .miw-.ii -..b - 1.i.H.Oki.m. ,viw rtU F,:KK OF rilAl.-ISK. TIi!
a.j-a.aj vyj-A. 'oval nMih'dy v;i tlicii;rMi l a nih
-Ad'criisemcntsinscrtedl.yUioycnr atlulp- W1M cercan uoim " ' i
Tin: Daily astokian wJJ f rjt 7
rn.il at 75 f . a month, free uj postage. Head
cr who contemplate ahiencc from the city can
hare tub astoiuan follow them. Daily
or WrEKLV edition uw;)oNlrfffc (
on o.fJi7i'oiot cx))atne. Adtlrc may he
ztuinjuianuftriia desired. Lcare order at
the countina room.
Those prizes at the auction at
tract considerable attention.
-Recent soundings show a depth of
fifteen feet on the Coos bay bar.
-Noto the. change in the Fleet
wood's ud. Puitinir the 1 before the 2,
brings her down at 12, noon.
Jas. Steel, of Portland, has leased
twenty-one warehouses on the nar
row gauge roads for next. season's stor
age and commission business.
A new tank is being built by Mr.
J. Wm. Welch, at his place.; it is oF
concreto, is of good capacity, and will
be a valuable addition to the prop
erty. Parties in from Clatsop Plains
report everything prosperous in that
section. Hnying is about through
with and the rest of the erop will
shortly be gathered in.
We hear of considerable in the
way of property sales, but as our in
formants usually supplement their in
formation by saying "don't say any
thing about it at present,' we thus
lose an interesting; item.
If our friends of the newspaper
fraternity want to continue on our
exchange list they must look a little
closer after their mailing lists. On
the 1st we intend to make out a
list of papers careless in exchanging,
and any paper not on our desk will be
According to the Oregonian, the
summer meeting of the. W. D. A. A.
is not productive of satisfactory re
sults, at least thus far. Poor time,
and poorer management serve to give
rise to hopes that the closing days of
the races would be somewhat more in
keeping with the former reputation of
m, r, iii.i .
Tho Congregational church organ-
ized a Sabbath school last gab-
diool lost Sab-
e held directly
ig service (at1
bath. It will be
after the morning service (;
noon), to commence next Sabbath, j H seems to us that among the
All children are cordially invited to many enterprises that would pay well
attend. Special arrangements will be Clatsop county, cranberry culture
made to make ihe school attractive occupies a prominent place. We have
mid beneficial for young people. j the right kind of 'and and climate, and
, , ; T , ibe uiaikct for them is liuh'miied.
- Next fall and winter the usual i .
. . ., . ,, .. IDnwn at Clatsop m wnue land thai
scarcity of Bilver and small gold cain ...
, . , , , 7. . Would be excellent for tho purpose,
be obviated by now keeping it here as f. , . . '
-. , i,i -i jJioe land that everturn: sis always con -
nmcu as iiossiuic, anu inns avoiu con- ..
i .i n -.i-A noo wdered the best for ihts imrpoe.
side.rablc annoyance. Over 1 00,000!..,, . . , .
,. , . . ' i 1 hen the water i kept on the vines
has beon shipped here from San
Francisco this season, and its disap
pearance from circulation would oc
casion difficulty in making change andj
disposing of small bills.
The editor of the Contra Costa
(Jazetlo is the boss fish narrative, pur
veyor. He sa3's a Sacramento river
fisherman caught a salmon on the
10th inst, that weighed one hundred
and eighty-seven pounds. Take ott the
one hundred, and you have the weight
of the largest salmon ever caught in
the Columbia. That Contra Costa
man shouMgo to Congress.
Some little difficulty was rocontly
experienced by merchants here in
collecting bills for supplies furnished
on an English ship. As a matter of
justice it may bo mentioned that there
was a change of masters on the vessel:
tho supposition was that the vessel
would load here with salmon, and low-broivod rnllian named Charles
amid the genoral change in charter, j Brown, who was accused of indecent
freight, etc., the inattor occurred as it ly exposing his person, and otherwise
did. j acting ob.sccnely before two little
A gentleman down on the State -rIs- TJ10 evidence was conclusive
of California yesterday morning said rnti the judge very properly fined him
to us in tho course of conversatien: l00 with the instructions that should
"Your town looks dull. I don't see-i10 )P C0G" i jail to work out tho
many people on tho street." That's
the best proof at ten o'clock in the
morning that people are busy. There
nfA tr-tri- frr fnwnft in llio T7nir'd
ox x t ,, ,. itown who indulge in tho same irac-
States where there are moro active;,-.. . .rV .. j ,- .1
, . . , "ce. A coat ot tar and teatlicrs is the
workers in proportion to the popula
A Nice Frescnt.
Anioiij the freight on ihe Oolmu-
. bia yesterday was a ()( pound "C'1-!
New York, ami which is destined
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I '' im'tMi ui tiwawu u ",,.
iThu bell is tho gift of Father Power.
when its tones iinixo.it ..,.m the air
bout two o'clock yuatcrdny nmrn-;
ing the cries of a man under If awes' j
store attracted the attention of pass-!
ers-bv. He was waist deep in water
clinging to the piles, and shouting,
''15ring a. boat!" The watchman a
the Occident was roueJ, a police
man's whiste blown, summoning two
guardhna of the inhi. and he was
--The force engaged for the last few
weeks in scraping on the bar, re
turned to the city last evening. Lieut.
Buchanan goes to Portland to-day.
The result is not wholly satisfactory.
'Tis probable little will he attempted
for the remainder of the season.
Lit Tuesday evening was the
occasion of a very pleasant alKiir tit
tho Good Templars lodge. A line
silver castor and fruit dish, a wedding
present, appropriately inscribed," was
presented by Mr. 1). S. Caswell, on
behalf of the lodge, to Mr. and Mrs
.1. A. Montgomery.
Among our visitors yesterday, was
iCol. F. . I. Parker, the edilor of the
Walla Walla Statesman. He is re
turning from a trip to California. The
cares of life and a lo3uth hat sit
easily up-jii him, and if Walla Walla
has many rustlers like him it must be
the liveliest place on the planet.
-At (5 o'clock yesterday morning,
Henna n Lathimn, boat-puller of boat
2s o. J, of the Occident Packing com
pany, while taking in his net at the
dock, fell overboard; quite .a crowd
was -it the spot, and every effort made
to .save him, but he sunk and drowned
before assistance could be effective.
The body wa recovered and will be
oniied from the M. E. church at 2
o'clock this afternoon.
-The amount f tin flic belwecn
this city and uppertown is groale.r this
season than ever before. All day
long there is a continuous sieiiiu of
vehicles coming and going. It L to
be regretted that the roadway in so
narrow. Uueot those heavy trucks
such as .lewett or Carruthers drive,
come pretty near taking up the whole
roHd, and suouid iut ot tne teams
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s ""'k " '
1'C bad for a lighter vehicle that they
would overtake or attempt to puss,
till all danger of late fro.Ms is par-d.
and there is no fear of freezing. That
there is 11101105 in it is evident.
- -Among the passengers on board
the steamer Columbia when she left
San Francisco last Tuesday, was a
gentleman named A. W. Tuliis. He
cnjo3ed a hearty supper that evening,
but at half-past eight he was found
dead in hi3 bed, it is supposed
from heart disease. He was 73 years
of age. was born in Troy, Ohio, and
had been sheriff of SL Paul, Minne
sota, for six years. He would havo
been buried at sea, but owing to tho
solicitations of his wife the body was
conveyed to Portland. Col. F. J. Par
ker interested himself in the matter
and in a few minutes collected a purse
of S'oLoO for the stricken lady.
Among tho prisoners brought
before Judge Wmton yesterday was a
fine he should bo put at some hard
work, and if he prove refractory lie
be put on an allowance of braid" and
water. We are iuformed that thcro
arc several others of the. same gam: in
mildest form of punishment wo havo
to suggest for such brutes.
I NY.r ooiiont w-Hi e.inirihuthe' "enor-; ri'PDlTOK'X s I,K .special arrangement has been ur.me ' C.isZ-J "i mij nibinpiion.
Jior con.entMi ciiunutiti.i,. euw i.kdiiokn si,r. Ja CarJ filler .-otliat vou can Mihseribc !'3ipSs.-iiwl l.ooks. Ribles. Poetical!
.ou.-dy toward the building ot the j Tuesday. .Inly IStb. is! at :i n.e.rk , for any paper, magazine, or periodical op-i rks, Alimiittaiid
church this 7edoii en'-'eman defciros ' ' "" ' the "building opposite Well.! published in the I'nited .States or Ku- ,?s.inm ,...,- v , foil uid" coinnlfte !
ciiiircii, tiiis-iiu. en..enui, L"-0IFaW).,omci.. i wI .,. M.ing, audrope.at publisher priee. M'-aetime -S&J&fc
iliiftt tncre .shall be a tongue to sum-, will continue each evening until sold, a and money b. Icaing yie.ir -nlwerip-1 """Jkeiii m a well reeulatcd Ikiok
A plain gold iingmaikcd on the in-
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WU hcsuifaljlv ruwaulcilbv retuniing.cord.sof dry hendock, which I -will sell ,
it to M. 1). Kant. Merchant Tailor.
u axti:i: A gill to do uniicvork
,., ., Mn:,j f:,jni. I
Inquire at this office.
siiow - s. -naw i, -ws iiirimui ns r;-:
.llltl JIHIIKJI- HI .III llllil-. ll'll'. " 1 '"
live line pre-eni- an en io no- laoie- vy
-"' quick compete cure 4 , ay. ,
urinary auVction-. .-marttng, frequent
or difficult urination. kidne di-eases.!
New. quick complete
l atdrugai-t. resiiiiei.ii.if
( ' '- 'llaml. Or. ,
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A great vegetable lonicior delicate)
females, is J'fundor's ( rogoii IJLOf I) J
Astoria fee Depot.
Frank Fabie i- now prepared to .-up-j u
pl families. re.-taurant-. hotels, saloons,
etc., at ." cent- per pound, on the prem-:
Fresh ice cream ever da v. Hall
unities and dinners, supplied will! iee
cream at short notice.
I'uieha.sei- for four lots in Olney's
Asioria. suitable, for residence-. One
lot in Shively's Astoria suitable for bus
iness purpo-.es. Apply to
.1. O. JiozoKTit. Agent.
im.ii:xs bn:i;ii: I.ionn Ui:r.r
axi To.nk IXYinon.VTei: will cure
indigestion, and perpetuate bodily vigor
TvoVrno other. Of Pruggi.-t-.
Are loud in their praise of Floreslou
Cologne on account of its ivmatkably
delicate and lasting fragrance.
our entire .slock id' mouldings and
frames of all kinds, bracket- and wall
Doekets. al.-o a lot of other rood. will
be sold at cost at the City Book Stores
for the next thirty days.
t'iiAs.Sri:vj:.s A- So..
-If von want nice fre-h lard, or good liy will yon cough when Shihdi-siigar-i-ured
hams, just from the coun- ( rc will give immediate relief. Price
trv uo to F. 15. FJber.son's baken . cl. .Vi els ami sSl. Sold by W. K. De-
, ! meni.
P. .1. loodmnn. on Clienamu.s street,
has just receivwl the latest and mosi
fa.shiouable style, of gents and ladies
boots, shoes, eie. Agent in A-loiia for
Ihe famous Morrow '.shoes.
-Freshesi m,(i im.a e.akes, fruit and
candy ai the Asioria candy factory. j
Vou waul to gel .some of Uoscoe ice
eieaui to-day: lie-h made and nicely
The Ilev. Oeo. H. Thayer, of Bour
bon, bid.. -sa.s:i:olh mysi-lf and wife
oueour live- loSmi.ou'.s ox-imitiox
(V i:i:. .-old by W. K. Dement.
A-k to .-ee one of ibo-e patent fivd-er-at
If ou want iee cream that is in:
cmnn, go to Frank FabreV.
When .miU v.anr pure dru-i.- and
chemical- of anj kind. :' to ,f. W.
tonus ding -lore, opposite Oceidr-ul
The parlor .set that was 011 thCr-lagc
at the performance of Hayel Kirke. and
which was so much admired was from
the furniture e-labli-hmenl of Mai tin
Three, scow loads of dry lir. sprticj
limbs, and hark, iu-1 rceeived :iml for
sale at "rav'jdock.
Chas. stevens t Son hac for sale
and are agents for the new Singei -e
Have isiar's bal-atu of wild cherr
alway.s'd basal, It cures cough-. cold-,
hioue.hiii-. whiioptim cough, croup, in
flucur.::. consumption, anil all lliro.u and
iui! complaint.-. Scents a udM a bot
tle. Fie-h ire cream eer. day at Frank
I'abre's. Families supplied in any
quantil. b leaving order. Al-o the
lini"-t oysters cooked to ouh-. Frank
l'abre- iiystersand ice cream an know u
everywhere as par excellence. f
-A Nns-.il Injector free with each
bolile of Shi toffs Cnlarih. Itemed v.
I 'rice ? cent. Sold by W, K. Dement.
A .sure cure for dyspepsia. The
Oregon P.L001) PL'RIFJEll. t'se
before meals as directed.
Are you made miserable h Indi
gestion. Constipation, Diz7ine.s.s. "Loss of
appetite, Yellow SkinV Shiloh's Vital
izer i- a positive cure. For sale by W.
Those writing desks at the L'it, book
.store are the best in the cit.. They are
somethinu nice and durable, and just
what suosi young ladies would appreci
ate, from the giver.
All of Zola's works at Adler'.-.
-I'abre's ice cream is the be-t.
Children .suits at 3Ir.s. Derby-.
Novelties in household "articles nt
A new Mock of --oe- of the latest
styles at .John A. Montgomery's.
Dickens works, fine edition, only aj
cents at Adler's. ' j
7-7-1 : :":",:. ... ,J
If vou want pure wine-Sand liquors
of all kinds, go to ,f. W.-Conn's drug'
store, opposite Occident Hotel.
-Mr..IohiiKoger.sotlhe(entralMarI ivisoas wisliinc to puivliaso machines!
kct, luis made arrangements 10 keep al 1 should call and inspect our Mod; lxfoieV)iir w
he liuest fre-h fish, etc.. in their season chafing elsewhere, as we !aiatatdcc to "ic'- "
, perfect satisfaction a regards 'iualitv and ,
Kresh fruit secctved al C. A.Mavs by. . M0DERV nuilT liotrm- nv nvr. v,15lly iw. aiinut io otuoms not. 40
every steamer. No stale trash.. Every Aggg withLot rbyw' &. l8?i$k cffln.
variety of Oregon and California fruft mdows etc. For f .mher Informatloa and er wflUaeasend ooJ.W.&y.COOK.
nt3 on naiiu. , rii.-e luquirc ui "-.. aril VtLV. 1
Wood lor Sale.
I!... .-.!. !.. aillS fill t
1 have, about ix hundred and lifly
r c;" .a.1 "", l00'"- ' ' ,,pm l'r !
: the wood to my customers.
Subscription Xow.i Depot.
vernih:. ilie?.ai!tvinsept. weperbos.:
- -J- -
-ionarv in South America. Send a -elf
adilre.-ed envelope to the Key. .Io-::ih
T. Inm m. .Station 1 . Xcw York fit
A Clear ConiDlexion
C!;II1 il(.iaii ju. t.verv a,v nho will
me ,.n kw.s -illgl,r Tonii Kegulat-
ing Ihe internal organs and purifying
1u. WMMj ;, qn;ri;iy rmoVos piniples
and gives a healthy bloom to the cheek.
Read about it in another column.
Your Wife Wants
i One of thox? oil stove-: neat and eon
,.! eiiieiil. eeoneat Foster's.
Our niaiij readers will gladly wvl-
, come the inlrodiietiou so general u-e of
the pleasant remedy Syrup ol Fii!-.
which is as agreeable to the ta-le as the
fruit from which it is made, ami belter
than oil. salts lills, or any of the bitter
and nauseous medicines of bygone days.
As ii costs nothing to try it, and always
gives .satisfaction, everyone is using it
wherever known, and W. K. Dement
Diuggist, has been appointed agent for
Astoria. J lodge. Davis tt Co.. whole
sale agents, Portland. Oregon.
Wells Health ISenewer. Absolute
cure for nervous debility and weakness
of the jreneralive functions. SI. at drug
gists. Oregon Depot. DAVIS A) ('()
F.Ieventecn hundred ami cleventeen
of the newest and mosi popular noels
All who are afflicted with sail rheum
itch, .-cald head, impetigo, and every
other eruption of the skin, should use
flr.i:x.'s Sri.iMtci: Soap.
,1,; ritv boJik storV
' ' ,M Mi Jlk .
c.. n .....i ...-...:.. n i. ..-.,. i.i
For the genuine .1. 11. fuller old
Bourbon, and the best ol wine-. liquor.
and Sau Francisco beer, call at the Coin
opposite the belf tower, and .-ee Camp
bell. No more good weight at Ihe Orient
Bath-. Three fn-t-e!a-s baiber-. All
work guaranteed, t'hildrens hair cut
ting a special! j. .11 (J. ('11 v::ti:i:s.
Stevens A: Son have their store
crowded with new good-., all marked in
('has. Stevcn.s'and Son have a .slock
of mouldings and moulders tools which
can be bought cheap for ca-h to close
out lha! branch of the bu-u:e-s.
Fre-h tafi'y and oaramels even da
at the Asioria Candy Factori. Main si.
Kciiiember Frank Fable's ice cream.
It is par excellence.
The "Always bandv" siovepipo
shelves at John A. Montgomery's.
What is nicer 011 a warm d.n than a
dish of that exquisitely il.n.ii.-.l ire
eieaui that Frank Fabre'inakes.'
I Fartica wishing groceries. prois
jioiisor meiehandi-eof an de-criplimi.
siioiuii icave uion- onier.- Willi . Van
Da-en V Co. a- ihe are nepared lo de
liver good- in an. i-.:ji of ihe c on
For Di.spep-i.iandLivei- Complain:.
011 have a printed guarantee on eerv
bottle of ShilohV. A'itali.er. it ueeV
fails lo cure. Sold by W. K. Demenl
Henry tlreville's fasi-inating works
just received al (. arl Ailler-. j
li-.t f Vi-t.il Minr !Ji...- I.x .......... I
izea ;ingingcl.;-V of i-hildrenVl.ei-oj
hnsa fnlrasHirlment of Cermau nn:-:c
forsale. Booms over the Cem .-aloon.
When oii 'o to Ilwaeo. -on in at
Ailler.- before you 'tart and gel one 01
; Waller S'cotl's novel--, oulj i" cent-.
"Hackinetack. a lasting and fra
giant perfume. Price '" and .vi cent-.
Sold by W. K. Dement.
ftHKi)ii:K(. ions or -school iH-iriet
X No. l. will meet as a itoaid of KiiualiAi
tion. to exmnine the Assessnifiit l.'oll of -aid
District. 011 1 uesdav. .lulv ."iih. IkS. at llic
store or .1. V. ilearhart."
Ky order or ihe Hoard of Director.
.1.C Hl'STId'!-. Clerk.
Astona. .lulv isili. 1S. d ti
A. Yau Duseii & Uo.
Vli;j.U KKSI'EC-TFL'I.IA CALL THE
attention or the Public to the fact that
they are Agents for the rollowin- -ewni"
iino-liincs. vi. : "
The- Improtcd Singer.
I r2iumui'RvSmJui!' 3 -
jsV. '"""' largest .stock of
IjOj Slunk Books and Stationery
!i.-J .,.- . ..... 1
More. Al-o. news depot and ngeney fori
verv pajioraud jwrlwlieal pidli-bed. J
Carl Adler's Kusfc Store
Pianos and Organs.
Of all makes conianlb on hand. Also a
full tock ol
VIOLINS. (J171TAUS, BANJOS. AC-
CO11DF.0NS, CON CERTINAS,
AM a large stock of Mie best of
VIOLIN AND (5U1TAR STRINGS,
AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
As well as everv tiling eJ0 bfl0D"lng to a
First Class Al iisie Store.
Pianos and oralis sold 0:1 me monthly ui--tallnu'iit
plan, or for rent.
CARL ADLERS"VAR ETY STORE
Watches. Clocks and Jewelry.
Pocket and Table Cutlerv,
Yankee Notions and Toys,
Vict nre Frames and Chromos.
liaby Larnascs. a complete
Xcwjioods by every steamer. The public
are invited to eainhie my stock and prices.
CHF.N AMI'S ST.. - ASTORIA. OREGON
No. 40 I2-Ply
SALMON TWINE !
!0iiK Mi) mw umi
A Full Stock Now on Hand.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
It! Market Street. Sau Francisco
Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast.
Dairy Farm for Sale.
1 :ou io-lni-jl.-.l In .Mr. ;. W. CoHiliberrv.to
ntler for -:li- hi- liiielv -loe:dcl farm"
(S CLATSOP PLAINS.
licoiisis'sof lioacn'si.r evecllcnt pasture
laud wlut'h, with the a-IIoinln cattle ratiL-e.
is capable if siii.t.rtiinj 70 head of Mock the
enrioitiiil. Kmht acus femvd and C acres
I'loi-l -rl:dilt- .'nritt-ji on the Plain
Au.i -eend bttirie-i irnit lid's Kiinr-h !
protcHed by n-uix Kr.nnid :.ml limber be-Iwi-i-n
i: and Ibe oi-cau fioiiiall li':t v.iiiit-aiidsioria-.
i:ti:)t- -ioi;iiiiinu ; ICooiii-.
J Sloiv-ic.iai, noli.-ouini. bam. stable, wapoii
-lusl, ei, 1 ie. 1 il!-.llit;iOie lailil l-MlllatC.l
I'i iiiili-s -oinli rioin Vohit Adams' Lisht
Holt--, ami 11 applied for soon will be sold
at .1 vt low lisun-. Mr.t'olllnlH'rry beim;
old ami ib-siiotis of Kiirntg Irom labor, if
1101 s..;d :it uh.ue -:i!e before the lir-iof
Au.iiiisi. Hi., niiolo .rojicr will bedl-poed
E. G. H0LDEN,
Ilcdl Estate Agent .
J. .1. STORKS,
FOAED & STOKES,
Wliolcvile and retail dealers in
Wood and Willow-ware,
Tobacco. Cigars, Wines and Liquors
FORKION AND DOMESTIC
Fruits mi (I Vegetables
j COUNTRY PRODUCE.
' General Commission Merchants j
sm Radw.ivxNav.co-sDr.JeeJtC , , ,
"X THE NIGHT Ot .TL'LY iSth. NEAi:
C. B. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
I X L STORE
I have removed to th
I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS NEW BUILDI Hffl
And have, Without
j The Finest and Best-Arranged Store in Qrii '
New Goods Received
AUths IiG.tot Styles and
Call and Inspect Stock and
No trouble to
C. H. COOPER,
ASTORIA, June :, 1833.
M. MEYEK - - -
REDUCTION OF WHOLFSALF. PRICFS.
$7 50 PEK BARREL OF 30 (GALLON
ILtVROK ORDERS IX LIKE VROl'OKTION.
Less Quantities, 30 Cents per GMsn
Bottled Beer, v S I SO pf Dsas-n
VSpecial attention paid to ordco fm Tublie llou-ie.s aad FaaiIIles.VK
THE COLUMBIA BREWERY
is sir periou to .mosi. and is excelled by noxei'ox Tutu COAST
JOHN HAHN, - - PROPKIETOK,
CHENAMUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGOlff.
irOrder left at the GERMAN IA JJEKRJ iUU. will be pioniptly aUecded li.-w
A. V. Men,
(smCE.s.s..: hi CAOK A L1.KV.)
Wttole-u'eana retail ortJcj-Jtn
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROriCAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
The largest and most conuiletc utocJ- of 1
j goods lu tlicir Uue to tw found In the city.
Comer otCaw and Sqnemocqlio Street.
TWO" ACRES OF LAND. WITH ONE -
story house, situate within sno feet of
wharf at Cathlamct. "tYaslilnston Territory.
,"."" -iaSL."-- ';"" "'" KS'S
MlUillC ItllUill w nil UI MlUt itu.ltl. l tin-
Fanu of 183 acres, witli hoiue. and two,
wood wharfs. Frontase one-half mile on
situato one mile from above wharf. Price
For particulars enquire of Geo. B. Roberts,
Cathlamet. W. T., or r. R. Strong, Portland,
Oregon. d-w lm
a Single Exception
by Every Steamer in
Get Prices Whether Yu
- - - - - Wmmrimt
FOR THE BLOOD ISTHSLtfS
Make aw ol the VeseUble Kixda. Afta
BEST KH0WM RME0Y!
' For the
' Klo.l ;im.I I.lvcr Caitelats.
Xew T Ii CUUa
Vftvvr. asmc, MyftytilUa, etc
Klxej mmiI lmiiermtM3,
Has Stood the Test.
For particulars and testimonials fxoja inU,
known people in our State read loci's. iSm.
Price - L per MtlU.
, To insure a c-iu-e take six loto for LI9.
Your dru"gH keps and recoauteodstt.
... ,. ., ,,..,. M ,v .rt,a,
! UOI'.HK AXI LOT FOK HAUL
In Otaey'ii Atrl.
IJOUSE ONE STORY AND A HALF.
JJ. Has sis rooms, wood-sued, chlckea
house, etc, and ?. never-falling', Uvlnjc ;
ot goodwateronuietot. rnce, wm. Loca
tion, about euht minutes walk frorarost
offlce. Applylo E.C. fiOLDEN,
je-tf Real Estate Agent.