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SATURDAY DECEMBER 9.
I8SDED EVERY MORNING.
J. F. HALiORAN & COMPANY,
rcr.LisHF.n. and l'norr.iKTOi:!.
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" Adrertuoments inserted by the year nt
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Transient advertising, by the day or week,
tfty cents per siuaro for each insertion.
-The Salem fire department has n
new Silsby fire engine.
Hoga are being sold for ten cents
a pound on foot in eastern Oregon.
The Standard reports the river as
being distressingly low and says the
services of the dredger are in great
The scissors editor of the Stand
ard is fast dissipating that paper's
reputation for honesty in the matter
An Open Letter.
orncEor Boaiid of FilotCommis- )
lamettk Rivers, )
1'outxa.np, Or., Dec 6, 1882.
1St j To the Editor of The Asterian:
' Please give publicity to the following
items which may be of interest to the
The pilot boat Cousins having been
! laid up fast to the wharf since Uo
i veniber 24th, we, the commissioners,
. would cill tho attention of those
interested to section 17 of the Pilot
law of 1882, regarding the employ
ment of Bar Pilots upon tugs.
Understanding as we do, that the
Pioneer has been used as a boarding
vessel during the interval mentioned
above, we would call attention to
that portion of section 21 regarding
the keeping at all times a pilot vessel
Respectfully calling attention to the
lenaUies attending non-compliance
with the law.
"We are sir, respectfully yours,
,I.H. D. Gray,
R. H. Buddy, Sec'y- 6
Tho Staidard alleges that at
tempts are being made to shanghai
sailors in Portland for the Josic Troop.
Can such things be?
The dock at Fort Stevens has
been extended fifty feet. The inten
tion is to extend it two hundred
moro should necessity require it.
m The tug Pioneer had a close cill
yesterday mornine on the bar, barely
escaping colliding with the Columbia.
The sea was running very high at the
Of 130,505 persons of teir years
age and upward, residents of this
state, 5,270 are returned as being un
able to read, and 7,423 as being un
able to write.
The British ship Flora, which
sailed from San Francisco for Queens
town, July 16th, was wrecked off the
Linconshiro coast last Wednesday.
All hands were lost.
Albina will be the terminus of
fire lines of railread: The O. 11. &
N.; the X. P. R. R.; the Q. & 0.;
the Oregon Short Line, and the Mult
nomah Narrow Gauge.
Everyone remembers the brilliant
aurora that was seen one evening a
few weeks ago. Down in Los Angeles,
Cal., o we are informed, the fire de
partment ran in hot haste to put it
In the Justice Ccurt.
Tb.3 case of alleged kidnapping
comes up before J ustico Fox on Mon
day morning at ten o.'clock. Several
arrests have been made; Richardson,
McCormack, Bannister, Chance, Dris
coll, Clarke, McCarty, McCarron and
several others who are known as John
Dee, Richard Roe, et nl. The two
sailors who, it is charged, were forcibly
taken from the premises of A. H.
Sale, are llenry French, and George
Pilsksky. Tho former came to Judge
Fox, yesterday, and asked for protec
tion. He was immediately accorded
tho protection grautcd by the jail. A
subpoena has been issued for Pil
sksky, who is on board the Josie
Troop. Should that not bring him to
the witness stand a warrant will be
issued for his appearance.
In the case of Pass Smith charged
with felonious assault upon Win.
Robertson, defendant, was remanded
to prison in default of $1,000 bail, to
await the action of the grand jury
which meets Jan. 2d. McCullough,
Clarke and Robertson, were each held
in $100 bail to appear as witnesses.
Hard on the Harvester.
The reputation of the officers of tho
ship Harvester is now known among
sailors from Victoria to Sau Francisco,
and it is impossible for them to ob
tain a crew, and are compelled to Ho
in the Sound unable to sail. After
the vessel was loaded an effort was
made to ship a crew on tho Sound,
but the sailors in that vicinity had
learned of the treatment received by
the crow on her passage out,nd none
could be found willing to ship on the
vessel. Portland and Astoria were
then resorted to, but the report had
reached both places and sailors could
not be secured at any price. The ship
was then towed to Port Townsend and
went to anchor in the harbor to await
a crew. An agent was then sent to San
Francisco, who represented that there
was a ship 111 the Sound in need of a
crew, and that there was no sailors to
man her. By the assistance of a
couple of boarding house keepers and
a liberal advance of $75 to each man,
thirty sailors were induced to leave
San Francisco by the Dakota on the
30th of November. On the way up
they learned the reputation of the
Harvester, and having a strong sus
picion that she was tho ship they were
to sail in, they arranged among them
selves to jump the steamer at Victoria,
and thus avoid sailing in tho Har
vester. Accordingly, on the arrival of
the Dakota at Victoria, the thirty
swarthy sailors marched ashore. The
boarding house keepers who accom
panied them up the coast did all in
their power to get them back, but as
there was no representative of tho
ship there, no steps could legally be
taken to compel the deserters to
continue on their journey, and tho
Dakota had to leave without them.
It is said that a lawyer recently
lost a bnde in a peculiar way. He ap
peared at the wedding, but on being
called to the ceremony, from sheer
force of habit protested that ho was
not ready to proceed, and demanded
delay. And so the bride got mad and
Tho case of the state vs. D.
Morris, jn trial at Oregon City for the
murder of young Officer, at Molalla,
went to tho jury at 1 o'clock on
Tuesday morning. At 10 o'clock they
returned a verdict of murder in the
second degree. The penalty is con
finement in the penitentiary for
No Separating Man and Wife.
The Chinese bill, about which so
much fuss was made last summer, is
in danger of being so riddled by judi
cial interpretation that it will be prac
tically valueless. The latest decision
under its provisions opons a way for
wholesale evasion. The steamship
Madras recently in the Columbia
river, had on board 11 Chinese woman
who was claimed by a Portland
Chinamau as his wife. As sho was
not allowed to laud, tho Chinese
brought the matter beforo Secretary
of the Treasury Folger, who sapiontly
decides that she shall not be parted
from her husband, so tho woman has
been allowed to go ashore. All a
Chinaman need do, according to that, is
to send his wifo over here with another
man, and then send for him. for what
Chinese law hath joined together let
no American put asunder.
Sad Condition of Walla Walla.
We regret to learn from the 'States
man that rivers of mud, fittingly
represent the streets of Walla Walla.
"Not a thick, muggy stuff, but thin,
like well-worked batter out of which
flannel cakes are made. Hero and
there at corners, there are little
streaks of solid earth, called "cross
ings," but the waves of slimy mud
come so near each other that a man
has to have on high-water pauts if he
would escape contamination. Tho
ladies don't wear high-water pants,
and bo they stand on the shoro and
silently pray a prayer for the Btreet
commissioner and the council."
When it was learned that the royal
party at Victoria would not visit Port
land on their retain to San Francisco,
but wonld content themselves with
taking a peep at the beautiful sights ; r. m., at hall or J
o! tho upper Columbia and then pro- oJp,rKKS.c. .1.
ceea 10 .cvstona, taxing me steamer
there for below, Astorians began to
hold their lieads high, and great were
the preparations made for the recep
tion of the distinguished visitors.
Some of this city, even, went down
tho river to get a view of royalty.
But, alas for human hopes, all wero
doomed to disappointment. Oregon
If anything could intensify the dark
pall of impenetrable gloom that sur
rounds us, it would bo the bitter con
sciousness that all our preparations
for the visit of royalty have been so
rudely set at naught. Tho inhabi
tants of Orogon's seaport had gone t
such expense and had their anticipa
tions wrought up so highly, that when
Mayor Hahn received Da Winton's
dispatch Thursday evening, every one
was visibly affected by the sad intelli
gence. It had been the intention to
meet the royal party at the wharf,
and every livery stable in Astoria had
been visited by those desiring suitable J
equipages to appear in the procession.
The programme was, to have a suitable
parade; flags, transparencies and tri
umphal arches were in readiness, but
owing to that dreadful "foggy we.uh
or," had been kept under cover so that
when displayed they would have all the
joyful nature -of a glad surprise aud J
add to the glittering pageant the
charm of novelty. Bat why recount
the gay preparations which now seem
to mock us as we sit here desolately,
while the red cross of St. George
floats proudly from the forctop or
mizzeu or some place as the vessel
which, bears tho Marquis and Princess
bounds past Columbia's gateway! Of
what avail is that despatch, which
comes to us as we write, from Fort
Canby, saying that our gallant boys
in blue will fire a salute of twenty
one guns when the vessel passes south
ward! The echo of the guns from the
fort will but add to the poignancy of
our grief. Not least in ourcanse for re
gret is tho fact that the Oregonian
should so ruthlessly give us away in
the manner it does. The whole mat
ter is so sad that words, idle words,
are powerless. Let us mingle our
ATK1A FIKE DEPAKTMECT
w. .1. bakuy Chief Engineer
F. P. HICKS 1st Asst. Engineer
J. G. CHAPTERS ...2d Asst. Engineer
BOARD OF DELEGATES.-llcgatotmcet-
nig fourth Monday in each month, at 7:30
inii'a.i rjigiHC v.uuil'i"i
Trenchant. President :
t. A. Cleveland, Secretary; K.I Parker.
Dklkcatfs. L.1- belur.C. .T.Trencliard.
Chas. Stickles. 01 A.storia Engin Co. No. l ;
Wm. Jk-Connte, V. L. Parker, II. F. Pracl,
of Rescue Knciiie Co. So. '1 : Ed. D. Curtis.
F. .I.Tavlor. A. W. Kerry, or Alert Hook and
1nMi-r Co. No. I.
ASTORIA ENGINE COMPANY No. 1
Kegular meeting first Monday inveach
UvvirKVAW'.'W. Parker, President; L.
K. Sellsr, Secretary: Win. Bock. Treasurer:
S. G. liignlls. Foreman : Chas. Wallman, 1st
A-t. Foreman : Henry Miller, 2d Asst. Fore
man. RESCUE ENGINE COMPANY No. 2.
Regular meeting llrt Monday in each
Okkh'ku.n.-C. W. Fulton. President ;R. F.
Prael. fecretan ; J. 1). Mcrryniaii, Ass't
Secretary: F. I. Parker. Treasurer; O. P.
Graham. Foreman ; II. F. Prael. 1st Asst.
Foreman : A. Melxiwie, 2d Asst. Foreman.
ALERT JWOK AND LADDER Co. No. 1.
Regular meeting second Monday in each
Offii'ei:. ,F. o. Uozorth. President; C.
Brown, Secretary; .1. Tuttle. Treasurer; F.
It. Elhcrson. Foreman : F. W. Ferguson. 1st
Asst. Foreman; .T. "W. Ferchen, 2d Asst.
The Brittania cleared yesterday
with $143,739 worth of flour, the
Argyleshire with 841,000 worth of
wheat, and the Fritz with $62,GG0
worth of wheat all threo for Queens
town. The Elsinore, which has been
nearly eight months getting here from
New York, arrived in yesterday. The
Victoria arrived in from Nanaimo
with coal, and the Columbia from
San Francisco. The Lake Ontario,
Birker and Melusine are finishing car
go. A Walla Walla despatch says:
On Tuesday Keek Wesley Little was
shot and killed on Clearwater river
by Charles Sutler. They were part
ners in a ranch and were settling up
their business preparatory to a disso
lution. In talking the matter over
Little called Sutler a liar aud was
drawing his pistol, but Sutler was too
quick for him and fired. The bullet
entered the chest below the throat.
Little died soon after and Sutler went
to Mount Idaho and surrendered him
self to the sheriff. A jury returned
and held an inquest. Yerdict, justifi
At Frank Fabrc's Oyster and Collec
saloon, a waiter or vaitcrcss. Wages
$30 per month, with board and lodging.
None but firsr-class help need apply.
A Party by the Name of Jonnson.
On Thursday's boat an individual
catno down from Portland registering
at the hotel by the name of Johnson.
Yesterday Chief of Police Laughrey got
a decryption of a man who was charged
with stealiug $400 from his wife in
Portland. "Johnson" was arrested
and owned up to the charge; his true
name being C. B. Wilcox. About
$370 was on his person. He goes to
Sick and bilious headache, and nl
derangements of stomach and bowels,
cured by Dr. Pierce's "Pellets" or
anti-bilious granules. 25 cents a vial.
No cheap boxes to allow a waste of
virtues. By druggists.
Ladle! Splendid Bar-saws!
Mrs. Malcolm is closing out her tock
of embroideries at cost.
No belter bargains can be got anywhere.
What Wewn Skwalil I'm.
Dyspepsia, weak back, despondency
and other, troubles caused mu fearful
suffering, but Parker's Ginger Tonic
makes me feel liko a new being. A
great rem dy. Every woman should
use it. Mrs. Garitz, Pittsburg.
Cheneille cords and tassels, lambre
quins, embroidery of latest styles, at M.
W. Gallick's. Sonic line designs in
tabic covers, chair strips, etc., These
goods are of the finest quality.
Satire-1 the Ladle.
Switches made from combings or cut
hair: new switches made to order
from the best imported hair, in any
shade desired. Old switches repaired.
All work warranted. Bates reasonable.
Call or address
UlILKSJIART & SC110EK,
Occident Hair dressing saloon, Asto
J, 0. THOMAS,
Kinney's r.uilclinj;. opposite I). K. Warren's
Drugs and Chemicals.
A FINE LINK OP
Toiet and Fancy Articles.
53y Prescriptions eareltiliy compounded
at all hours.
C. B. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
TIHIE II III.IL
Dry Goods Clothing House
NEW AND DECIDED ATTRAO TI9N9 1
Every Department Filled to Overtewlagl
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
In this department will be found the Latest Styles with Trimmings to
match, comprising recent importations of new and decided
novelties, NOT OBTAINABLE ELSEWHERE.
Among- the many colors in our extensive
line of fall materials may be
W E. DEMENT
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC
I3rrrescriptloiis carefully compounded at
ET'Homeopatliic Tinctures and Pellets,
aud Humphrey's SpcclOcs also kept.
I. J. Arvold's
To borrow about S400, for wliich good
security will be given: Address A. 1J.C.
At Frank Fabre's; in every style.
Fresh from the beds every day.
Dr. AVelch, of Portland, has arrived
in the city and lias taken rooms at the
Occident lie will remain but ten days
and all desiring dental work done can
be attended to. lie has a supply of ni
trous oxide, and will extract teeth with
The best chocolate caramels Oerk
witz makes them. JTis lie that makes
that splendid taffy. Opposite Bell tower.
Have vou tried a stew or pan roast
as Frank Fahre cooks it? Order one and
you'll thank us for the advice.
Dr Lockhart. Office over City
A full line of artist's materials con
sisting of tube colors, sable brushes,
picture varnishes, canvas. &c. Arc. Ev
erything an artist wants at
A. M. JOHXhOX &Co.
Hew to Avoid DruBkrHHrv.
Forbid intoxicating nostrums and
use Parker's Ginger Tonic in your
famify. This delicious remedy never
intoxicates, is a true blood aud brain
food, and aiding all the vital functions
never fails to invigorate.
Get those splendid oiled horse cov
ers and hoods at A. M. Joirxsox & Cos.
Made every day at John P. Classen's
Astoria Candy Factory. Creams, choco
late, French candy, taffy, etc. A line
assortment of holiday toys.
Laugh and Grow Fat.
One is not apt to laugh and grow fat
if he is not feeling well. The legions
who, from habitual constipation, s.iffer
constantly from headaches, torpidity of
the liver, dullness, fevcrishness, sour
stomach, etc, can be persuaded to laugh
only after they have taken a few doses
01 Syrup or rigs. Try it ami see. tor
sale uv W. E. Dement, druggist.
Hodge Davis & Co., Wholesale Agents,
To all wlto are suffering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, nerv
ous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc-1 will send a recipe that will
cure you FREE OF CHANGE. This
great remedy was discovered by a misT
sionary in South America. Send a self
addressed envelope to the Itev. Joskimi
T. Ixmax. Station D, New York City.
Mr.ljitt reliable manufacturer, will
soon be hero with elegant Cloaks nt 0
pei cent, less than can be bought.
Emdewmeat Bask K. ef P.
Section iW Endowment Rank Knights
of PvthUs will meet at Pythian Castle
Hall this evening. Saturday Dec. 9th, at
7 o'clock sharp. Business election of
officers for ensuing year.
Bv order ot the President.
Drt. Jay Tuttle,
Secretary and Treas.
Tm be Girea Awaj-,
A beautiful silver Pitcher. Goblet and
Tray, worth $50.00. Each purchaser of
one dollars worth of upwards will re
ceive a ticket entitling him to one
chaace in this elegant set. at Adler's
Emporium, or Tho Golden Rule Bazar.
Buy your Christmas presentaat Ad
ler's and get a chance in a beautiful sil
ver Pitcher, Goblet and Tray worth
Get your books at Adler's and get a
ckaace in his handsome prize, free of
By buying your silverware at Ad
tor's yo will save money and may get
that beautiful present
Do yoe kaow that Adier is giving
away a ifty dollar present? Buy a dol
lars wth aad yoa may get it
Shoahvatcr bay eysters: fresh every
day, at Frank Fabre's.
Fine organs and pianos at Gustav
Hansen's. Call and examine.
New and beautiful designs in silver
ware at Adler's.
Physicians' prescriptions carefully
compounded day or night at J. w.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident
For Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint,
you have a printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's vitalizer. It never
fails to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
Shipper & Rybke. No. 11, Oak stree
Portland, are the bon ton tailors of tho
A very complete assortment of blank
looks,all sizes, styles and prices at the
City booK store.
Sheet music in all the latest varieties
just received at Gustav Hansen's. Sonat
as, operas, waltzes and all the popular
music of the day in stock. If you want
music for the piano, organ, violin, flute,
etc., you will find what you want at
Mothers! Mothers!! Met her! !
ALL KINDS OF BOOTS & SHOES
FOK T,AI1KS AI WEXTLEMESf
I make all kinds of P00N and Shoe? to
ORDEK. and uuaratee A I'KKb'ECT FIT.
Shoemakers' Findings kept in stock.
On the lloariway, opposite O. K. &N. Dock.
DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT-COMPLETE LINE OF
Blankets, Flannels, Comforters,
Bed Spreads, Sheetings, Napkins,
Table Linen, Towels, Etc., Etc.
Hosiery and Underwear Department.
We are showing complete lines in
Ladies and Children's Hosiery I Underwear
In our Cloak room will be found
Pompadours, Circulars, Ulsters,
Dolmans, Jackets, Wraps, etc.
While directing attention to this department wo feel confident in asserting
that our styles are not only the newest, but our prices are exceedingly moderate.
CF.O. IIH.I.. -WAI.TEIirAUKS,
- - rnorniETOit
- STAC5F. MAXAOF.K
MISS EMHA GILBERT,
The (jucvii r Serio Comics.
MISS FAY GILBERT,
The I.Jttle Queen.
The King of High Kick era.
Together with a new
Umler the management of PROF. SWAB.
All the Old Favorites Retained.
(KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BUILDING.)
Astokia, November 3, 1882.
New York Novelty Co.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods; Albums. Stationery, Jewelry,
(Musical Instruments.. Notions,
Cutlery, Christmas and New Year Cards, Christmas
Candles and Ornaments.
Cor. Main f Chenamus Sts.
Several thousand dollars worth of
holiday goods at Carl Adler's.
Carf Adler's Golden Rule Bazaar is
now open and "vvell worth a visit from
those who like to see fine goods and
Two front rooms, unfurnished; de
sirable location; inouire of Alex. Camp
bell, Gem saloon.
Furnished or unfurnished rooms
fnrrmitt the finest in the city aud in a
most desirable location. Inquire at As-
Or rich and poor, if you're not on,
To brush your teeth with bOZODOM'.
You'll one day suffer deep remorse.
For soon they'll crumble in decay,
And soon you'll cry, Oh! lack-a-day,
That I had never changed iny course.
Hallo! Where arc you going? Why
to Frank Fabre's for a pan roast.
Wilhoit mineral water, fresh and
sparkling, at F. B. Klberson'g.
Mr. .John Sogers of the Central Mar
ket, has made arrangements to keep al
be finest fresh fish, etc., in their season
A girl wants a situation to do light
housework. Apply at X. Johansen's,
Fancy soaps and perfumery of all
kinds can be found at J. W. Conn's drng
store, opposite ucciacm. notei.
The best selection of Xmas, Xew
Years and Birthday Cards ever shown
in the city at the City Book Store.
For the genuine J. H. Cutter old
Bonrbonaud the best of wines, liqilors
and San Francisco beer, call at the Gem
opposite the bell tower, and see Carap-
1 Are j-ou disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering
and crying with the excruciating pain
of cutting teeth? If so, go at once and
get a bottle of Mrs. Window's boothing
Syrup, it will relieve the poor littlw suf
ferer immediately depend upon it;
tliere is no mistake about it. 'lhere is
not a mother on earth who has ever
used it, who will not tell yon at once
that it will regulate the bowels, and
give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the chiId,operatinglike magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases,
and pleasant to the taste, and is the pre
scription of one ot the oldest and best
female physicians and nurses in the
United States. Sold everywhere. 23
cents a bottle.
Fresh supply of candies at Oerk
witz's Pioneer Candy Factorj, opposite
-rLook out for Holiday Books to ar
rive by to-day's steamer, at the City
Brace up the whole system with King
of the Blood. See Advertisement
A Nasal Iniector tree with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh. Remedy.
Trice 50 cent Sold by W, E. Doment
Best cough candy at Oerkwitz's op
posite Bell tower.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a posi
tive cure for Catarrh, Dintheria and
Canker Mouth. Sold by W. E. Dement
Premature grayness avoided by us
ing Parker's flair Balsam, distin
guished for its cleanliness and per
fume. Tho Rev. Geo. II. Thayer, of Bour
bon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife
owe our lives to Shiloh's Consumption
Curtx." Sold by W. E. Dement
Tl Peruvian sytud has cured thou
sands who were suffering from dyspep
sia, debility, liver complaint, boils, hu
mors, female complaints, etc. Pamph
lets free to any address. Seth W.FowI
Whv will you cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
lOctsCOctsandSl. Sold by W.E. De
ment SniLon's Cure will immediately
relieve Croup, whooping cough and
Bronchitis. Sold by W. JS. Dement
P. J. Goodman, on Chenamus street,
has just received the latest and most
fashinnahlft style of eents and ladies
boots, shoes, etc Agent in Astoria fur
the famous Morrow shoes.
"llackmetaek," a lasting and fra
grant perfarae. Price 35 and SO cents.
Sol by W.E.DeMt
Open nil tke Vc.tr, Performance Every
Mslit. Kullre (hnasc of Pro
aratume Once a Week.
Comprising all the latest
SONGS, DANCES AND ACTS.
We give the Best
In the West.
Tho theatre is crowded nightly, and all
who have witnessed the entertainment pro
nounce it to be eaual lo any Riven elsewhere.
Mr. Hill as a caterer for the public's
amusement can not be excelled. Anybody
wishing to spend a pleasant evening and
see sparkling wit and beauty withotit vul
garity, should Improve the opportunity aud
The company comprises the following well
known Artists :
1 1 hs Fa nx 1 k Wa lton.
Hiss Mamik (oonmcii,
Miss Emma GiuiEitT,
Miss Fat Gir.nF.nT,
Mr. Waltkr Parks.
Mis. Chas. Fkrmont.
Mis. John Stokes.
Mn. Chas. kariiows.
All of which will appear nightly in their dlf
Open air concert every evening ; perform
ance commencing at 8; entrance- to theatre
on Benton street : private boxes ou Chena
Now Stars is Rapid SaooeMiom !
BY NONE ON THIS COAST
IS SUPERIOR TO MOST. AND IS EXCELLED
JOHN HAHN, - -
CHENAMUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGON.
Orders left at the GERMANIA BEER HALL, will be promptly tendedto
NEAT. CHEAP AND QUICK. BY
ULiln Street, opposite N. Loeb's.
tion to apply for a Patent for curing and
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE OF MY INTEN
Union India Rubber Company's
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS !
Be sure the Boots are stamped CRACK
PROOF on the heels, and have the PUKE
GUM SPIJIiVGs on me loot aim urticp,
which prevent their (Tracking or breaking.
We are now making them with RUBBER
AND ASBESTOS Soles which will make
them last more than twice as long as any
Itubber Boots made.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING, TACK
ING, HOSE. SPRINGS. CLOTHING.
BOOTS AND SHOES, etc
CiOOIYFAR RUBBER CO.
K. H. PEASE, .fr., I A!rents
S.M. BUNYON. fASeius,
Plain and Fancy Sewing.
putting up salmon trout, commonly called
.steel-heads, under the name and style of
"Botchers' Sugar Cured, Smoked. Boncltss
Salmon Trout.," which process has been at
tached and Is now made use of by Messrs.
Bowlby, Berry, and Collund. In Astoria. Or.
Astoria, Orecon, Nov. 13, 1W2. d-lin
Ssits mmde im the Tbest Style and
Mrs. T. S. Jewett.
fROOMS OVER MRS. E. S. WARREN'S.T
No. 40 I2-Ply
CORK AND LEAD LINES,
A Full Stock Now on Hand.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
511 Market Strce,8mFrmele
Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast.
Over Arndt A FereMca's !.
Call and examine the work we are dolac
aud see the wood we are using, before wak
ing a trade elsewhere.
FIRST-CLASS WORK A SPECIALTY.