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-Tho LncotHr itsid 01nn Bav
hive arrived out. 1
Tho Qucin of tlm Pacific soil tt
dnv Fr.n San Frrnr.ibJ.
The Gen. Miles arrived in from
Tillamook yastord.i3' afternoon.
One hundred and ninety-eight
miles of railroad were built in Oregon
J. G. Ross, who iatel assumed
charge of the Pioneer Restaurant ad
vertises the fact.
-A large force of men was busy,
yesterday, digging a trench alon
Squenioqua street, in which to lay gas
-A man across the rirer held back
a sneeJM last Tuesday and throw his
collar bone out of place. The moral
-On the last trip to Tillamook the
Gen. Miles took down a portion of the
plant for the new sawmill that Jos.
nuth is going to put np at Tillamook
-Washington's birthday is cele
brated to-day. Georo was bor 1 on
tho 11th of Fobruary, 1732, and that
is why we celebrate his birthday on
-In tho senate Senator Grovor has
presented s memorial praying for an
act of congress to provide for tho sur
vey and buoying of Tillamook and
Carl Adler received by j'ester
days steamer the sad news of tho
death of his father at his home in
Wurtzburg on the 21st of last month,
at tlip age of 72 vears.
-Despite the steady drizxle, 3'es- j
terday, the compound-back-action
cylinder-escapement, for hoistinj
mortar to the third story of the build
ing across the way. worked admi
The California Grocer has changed
its name to the California Grocer qnd
Canncr, and will devote increased at
tention to the canning industry of tho
PaciGc coast It is a valuable publi
cation to the trade.
We are in receipt of the Prince
Edward's Island Pioneer of tho 31st
uli. From it we learn tliat in that
market, Avhito cats are quoted at 38
cents and black cats 3G. Why black
cats should be cheaper, or why they
should bo quoted at all is something
that we do not understand.
Tho El Capitan lies in the stream
ready for sea. She took on about
1,000 tons of wheat here; the Lan
arkshire came down yesterday and
cleared. She takes out 14,783 bar
rels fionr, worth $70,9r8. The Ber
wick Law, Henry Tillard and Jcanio
Landlcs are due down to-day.
Capt. J. Slocum, of the Northern
Light, sends us a long account of tho
saving of some South Sea Islanders,
which we regret being unable to pub
lish. Ho picked them up on the 10th
of December, 1S82, GOO miles from
land, and kindly cared for them, fi
nally placing them on board the City
From Vancouver arrived last
evening a detachment of troops under
Lieut. Greone, who so creditabby per
formed the work of putting up the
land lino from hero to tho cape. It
now becomes the duty and tho pleas
ure of the detachment in question to
lay the cablg that shall connect the
station at Capo Hancock with tho
rest of tho world. The United States
war steamer Dispatch is in readiness.
Tho Northern Pacific railroad
company has let to J. B. Montgomery
4: Co. tho contract for constructing
tho grade and tho bridging of
the link between Portland and
Kalama. Work will begin imme
diately, and the contract requires that
it be Gni8hed September 1st. The
company will la3 tho iron. The lino
is thirty-nine miles long, and there
will bvj three "miles of side-track.
The Oregon arrived in at five
o'clock Tuesday afternoon and an
chored inside, the weather being
thick; she came up to the dock at
eight yesterday and started up stream
at ten; while swinging out from the
dock a ropo became entangled in her
propeller, causing a further delay oi
n hour, when she finally swung east
ward. Her Astoria cargo was 77 tos
tons, principally cannery supplies,
twine, cordage and provisions. The
Columbia c&mo down at half past ten
and took on 200 cases salmon; she left
lor sea at 12:15, and crossed out at
2:10 r. x.
Vandoibili is sick: Yanderbi.lt
isn't sick. Thcniiomoter G5 above at
Sacrainofc. Dorsoy and ltrndv will
tJ5t5fy ju CliQ htnr rouUj ..Ee
morelda" i. drawing crowded Imiimk
m ortLintt. lne Irish- -aiwn editor
tliiuks that aU I ho pri men now ar-
jraijjncd in Dublin on tbo charge of
j complicity in tho Bnrk and Cavendish
murder will bo hanged. Smallpox at
Weekavihe, Montana. The Ohio
dood U subsiding. In a New York
school last Tuesday a rush occasioned
by an alarm of Ore crushed to death
fourteen children. Senator .Jones of
Nevada declares for protection. The
X. Y. Tribune thinks all the Alaska
Indians need is "good treatment."
Portland's flour mill -will begin opera
tions March 1st. Republicans in the
senate are demoralized. Otis Sprague,
supt Pacific division 2f. 1. R. R. has
resigned. Senator Edmunds of Ver
mont will visit us next summer. The
falsa prophet has captured Cairo.
Gov. Moody is appointing numerous
notary publics. King Kalakua was
crowned at Honolulu on the 12th.
The French bark Augustine will load
lumber :n Pnget Sound for Panama
at 17. French workmen protest
agcinst Franco's instability. Robins
are whistling in Portland gardens.
Gladstone's guard is doubled and the
night watch is vigilant.
Tho London Grocer s.-.y.s:
Tho salmon market is not active;
only a small proportion of tho cargo of
the J. G. Bain has, as yet, changed
hands, large buyers not considering a
concession of Gd per case sufficient in
ducement to go into stock on a mar
ket tho course of which is doubtful.
The nearest quotation for Columbia
river salmon is 25s, and tho best
brands of Fraser river river fish can be
had at Is. to 2s. per case leas.
The Liverpool Gaicitc s&yK:
The present stocks are being stead
ily reduced 1)3' the improved demand
from the country. The slightest fa
vorable change in the weather causes
an increased inquiry for preserved
salmon, and the lish loses none of its
popularitj by acquaintance. It is
probable that the consumption of
Columbia river salmon will be larger
this season than last, but the price mil
itates against the sale of cheaper kinds,
which are extremely difiicult to sell,
even at reduced quotations 24s. GJ.
to 2us. for Columbia river, and 223. to
23s. for other kinds are the current
A Continued Story.
One uf those mysterious things
known as a 4cluo" was found yester
day morning, relative to the disap
pearance of John Welch's 1G0, the
day before, and arrests were made of
Joe. Hayes, Mamie Sebill, Minoa
Bender, and Mollie Moran, who, it is
alleged, are cognizant of the matter.
One pair was conGned in the city jail,
and the other in the count' bastilc.
Their examination comes off before
Judge Pox, this afternoon.
About fort3T dollars of tho money
has been recovered and it is thought
some more will be forthcoming. Clark
Loughrey goes to Clatsop this morning
for the prosecuting witness.
Fifteen guineas per cent, was
paid to effect reinsurance on tho cargo
of the Wallacetown. which recently
made such a long passage from Asto
ria to Liverpool. if. F. Comm. Ketss,
Tho only celobration going on to
niiiht, that we know anything about,
is the dance at Kuapp's place. Fred
Sherman will be on hand with the
Westport and will leavo Wilson &
Fisher's wharf for Knnppa at five
o'clock this evening.
Tho contract for the erection of
the Whitman monnment has been let
to Harkins & Patterson, of Portland,
for $1,150, tho contractors throwing
off 100 of tho original price. The
monument is to be of granite, 32 feet
high, and will weijih 110 tons. On
one side will be the inscriptien: "In
memory of Marcus Whitman and his
astociato dead." Above the inscrip
tion wilbbe an open Bible, with the
werds: "Thy word, oh God, endureth
forever." At the top will bo an eagle
with spread wings.
Furnished or unfurnished rooms for
rent. Inquire of Hansen Bros.
The Skating Rink will be open as
usual from seven to ten this evening.
Puget Sound, Pacific and Champion
cross-cut saws. Eastern oak ax handles,
at Wilson & Fisher's.
The Thursday eve party of the Asto
ria Social Club will be postponed till
turther notice. M. C. Cbosby, Vres.
A woman to do general house work;
To one not afraid of work good wages
will be paid. Inquire at Fosters', oppo-
ilt O. K. A V. fio's TJv.r.
;The Statement of Chief Bncinoer
chief engineer of the
Francifco, 0:1 tho Columbia, in an in-.
torvwv with a bonunerctat, A tic re-
Dorter, tola tho str.rv f the wreck
suoatantituy as follews: ;
Wc left Port Townsend nt G:40 A.M., j
. . .,. ,,, . I
January J6tn, and psiHsea Oapo rial-
tery at 4r.n., tliw nense day. At j
that point the vosael was headed olf
shorn, a distance of about twentv'-uve
miles, and at noon, Monday, January
29th, Captain Kortz stated that we
had run 301 miles from Port Town
send. At five o'clock P. M. laud was
from eight to ten miles distant, the
aea moderate and smooth and the
weather slightly I1U23-. At about nine
r. M. the ship struck heavily, every
one being thrown nvarby off their
feet. The engines were immediately
reversed, and every effort made to
back the ship oil'. This was found im
possible, and as ishc continued thump
ing so hard that many of the steam
pipes were broken off, it was deemed
nece.sry to call all hands up froai the
engine and tire-room, as there was
danger of the main stunui pipe break
ing. The ship was 3':ng in the break-;
crs which trashed completely over her,
leaving no shelter for those ou board
oxcept in. tho port gangway amidships
and in the leo of the iron house. The
officers quarters were on tho starboard
side and wcro completely demolished
by the waves within two hours after
striking, while in less than twent3
minutes after tho vessel struck, both
starboard boats were smashed and
carrieu away hv the waves. A tew
moments later a heavy aen boarded
the ship, smashing the after port
boat, leaving only one, and that ser
viceable. At threo o'clock the next
morning tho ship broke in two forward
of the boilers, and between eight and
nine a. m. broke again, this time abaft
the ongines. The main braces were
spliced, which it was hoped would
give a line long enough to reach the
shore, but the current waa so strong
and the line so heavj. that the at
tempt was abandoned an impractica
ble. About threo in the afternoon a
horseman was ssen on on the beach,
and the captain, at the request of Mr.
Wells and others, went ashore to ob
tain assistance if possible. About five
o'clock the tug Seth Thomas came up,
blew her whistle, turned around and
went away. Tho breakers were .10
heavy beyond the Tacoma that the tug
could not got near enough to render
assistance. Night set in leaving of
ficers and crew huddled together on
tho port sido of the vessel, without
food wet and cold, but hoping that
by daylight the captain would bo able
to send ua relief. Da3' broke but no
aid arrived. Word had been sent to
the life saving station at Cape Arago
that tljo services of tho life boat were
needed, and tho tug went there with
an offer to tow the boat to tho vicinity
of the wreck; a crew from Empire
City volunteered to man tho life boat,
but in apito of ail this. Desmond, the
keeper of the station utterly refused
to let the boat gu. By what motive
the coward was swayed it is impossible
to say, but it i beyond question that
ho 38 responsible for the lives of the
ten men who wcro lost. Besides the
volunteers already mentioned, there
were plenU- of men on the beach
anxious to assist tho shipwrecked men,
and the feeling among them was so
strong against this Desmond, that it
would not have been safe for him had
he gone to the scene of the wreck
after his cowardly refusal to go with
the boat or even allow it to he used
by those who had the eourage to take
her. At eleven o'clock that morning
all hands were ordered to make rafts
from the available material on tho
ship. Tho broken boat was partially
repaired, and Messrs. Wells and
Steinberger, tho first, second and third
officers, the second assistant, myself,
and two sailors, were lowered into
her. Three men were continually
bailing to ktep down tho water, and
with one oar to steer, and one oar and
tno bed slats to propell the boat, we
pushed off for shore and reached there
safely. The boat that tho captain
had taken ashore the day previous,
wa3 manned and retnrned to the
wrecK. AJ1 hands on board mado a
rush for the boat and would have
swamped her had not first assistant
engineer Grant stood bv', revolver in
hand, and kept order. In returning
tho boat was upset in the surf; but
with the aid of life lines from shore,
all wero saved. The boat again
put back to the wreck and was
loaded to its full capacity. It
was again upset in the surf, but for
tunately all were saved. On the third
trip to the wreck the boat was upset
and stove in, making it necessary to
return to shore. 3Ieanwhile four of
the crew had reached ahoro on rafts.
Mr. Grant started on one raft, to
gethor with two water tenders and tho '
8hips carponter. In tho last breaker,
the raft upset. Rtrikins Grant, who ;
pulled back on the raft by hii com-
radca and in a tevr minutes reached
Evorvthiu" DOMible was ioi
to revive mm, but of no avail, sinu be
died within four hour after rtMihus .
land, lne weather war. .xtriui.v
cTd r.ud the cbunos Ml wero frozen
iMf. Th raft with engineer Grant
01: liiwrd was tho last to reach hor, .
, . , . :
and irrm appearance tjjc nine nteu j
remriiniiig on the i-hip lacked cmira-o
hi u'.iemp; me inp or were inu iui:cu
exhausted to hmncii the raft, and rt-
tnained huddled in the fore t'vzwj.
As night Mgam et in, tho cold wat
tense ami sun wa fxHinr. A oat
arrived from Gardiner City after ttnvk,
but iw attempt ji.oid he uiadtt ;
to roach ihe wrrck htfor morn-'
ing. This bota wa commanded
by Caput in Juhu Hurgm!! "f I
Astoria, who displayed indomitable, j
l.it- .! ...... ;., 1,:- ,....., A - nrni-cias-f waicumaKcr, auu en
pluck ana courneo in hi efior.s t.j .,.,.,., llow :lt 0ar, Atllert .All work
reach tho Taenia. Four or Iir. jit- in his line well clone, and warranted to
tempts wore mado to get through the J
surf, but it ran so h!;h th- lit wn-
, '. , r
each timu un?t, and m ths :tturioii .
further offorts were abaitd.md. At ' , MiM-.rtc. Agent in Astoria Tor
, , , . . , tie tamous Morrow dlunv.
daybreak xrway morning the trr-j - - -
mast feli eirrvim th- ijkmi wMh is-! " ,ur ;,,e "''nf J- H Cutter old
mast .en. o.irrint. tin wui uin 1. , 1,.,, :in,j Ua. XviitX t wlniS ii,jU0W
five of tho bodies wero nfteruwrdt j and ::n Knmeiseo bt-er, call at the (Jem
washed ashore and taken to Gardiner j Tlx" l!lc U"U SOWer' sntl bM C:,,U1
City and buried there. The survivors !
- f 1 .. - , ... , - ilai- Wistars Imlsum of wild eherr'
were etrrct for by tho inhabitant .it :i,ttay!l .lt 1an,! lt curi.s imaRhSf cth
that place, who showed tho utn...-t bronchilia, wliiHipiug cough, croup, in
.. . ... t. . . 1 fiuctrat. consumption, and all throat and
kmancss. JVtessw. oils. Steinoeigt-r j ,ung :0nsplaint-,. "Hi cents andSl a bot-
and I, left thero for Portland. axui;,'i:-
Captaiu Kor.'z and balance .if t!
crew went to Coos Da3', and will come
her on tho Areata, which i di:e to
day. It. Y. Pip.BCK, M. D.. liuildo, N.
Y.: Dear Sir Twentj- years ag.i I
was shipwrecked on tho Atlantic Ocean
and tho coid and exposure caused a
large absccs to form on each leg,
which kept continually dichatg:nir.
After spending hundreds i dollars,
with no benefit. I tried your "Go'dyn
Medical DLwovery" Mid now, in &
than threo months after txking the
first bottle, 1 am thankful to say i am
completely cured, and for tht; lirst
time in ten years can put mj' left
heei to the ground; 1 am yours,
$7. .Jefferson St., BnfSdo. 3S Y.
Frank l'alre'. itysUiv and Chop
Those wishlnga nice plate of JEastcni or
Shoalwatcr bay oysters cooked in any
stj'Ie. or an e:irl-breakfat before cointr
aboard the lxat, should call and see
him. Fresh Eastern and Mwalwnter
bay oysters received hi' eveiy hteamer.
At Frank Fabre's; in evert
Freh from the beds ever3 day.
I)i:.vu F.vxx v: Y'ou are mistaken ; you
CAN get a good meal in Astoria, at nnv
hour. Ho to "Jeffs' Variety CIioi
iiousc "i'nvate lioonis ror J.aale.
IMcltletl I1Kh' I-'cet nntt IlilMnrd-l
An j" one wishing pickled pigs feet,
or fresh Shoalwatcr i'aj osters in any
style should call at the "Temperance
Biliard Parlor, next to (Jon. W.llume'i
Made every day at John P. ClaHsen's
Astoria Candy Factory. Creams, choro
late, Freneh candy, tafTj. etc.
.it caiuj Air.r.irs.
Just received new books by tho thtt.s
and: Seaside and Franklin ."square nov
els, splendidly printed, 10, jr., and 20
cents; clocks uud silverwaie; babj ear
rlasies, blank liooks, stationery, roller
skates, accordeons, niasieai instruments
and musicians' supplies, a splendid
stock of fresh goods.
If Yon Dnn't Ilelieve II,
just try it You can get the best cup of
coffee in town, at Temperance Milliard
Parlor. Next to Geo. W. Hume's store.
IVItrou? Oxido ("sh.
Painless extraction of teeth at Dr.
LaForce's dental rooms over 1. "W.
Time end. r.xpeutc. Sati'rt.
Hard workers are snbject to bilious
attacks which may end in dangerous
illness. Parker's Ginger Tome keeps
tho kidneys and liver active, and by
preventing the attack nave sicfcucs.
timo and expense. Detroit Pre..
Have yoa tried a s-tew or pan roust
as Frank Fabre cooks it ? Order oi.eaud
you'll thank us for the advice.
A. Van Dueti & Co. arc now receiv
ing a large stock of hardware of iiie
latest pattern and approved finish, if
you. need anything in the way of hard
ware you wi!l assurcdlv find it, and at
the lowest cash prices. "
Aver.- complete assortment of blank
book3,all sizes, styles and prices at tho
The Rev. Ceo. 11. Thayer, of Bour
hou, Ind., savs: "Both mvself and wife
owe our 1 ivesto Sn 1 r.on's'Co Nsniirnoi'
Cunn. iiold by W K. Dement.
t4JetTof the Variety Chop House
has the three best cooks and two best
waiters in town.
Art vmi mffln miwmtilo hv fnill-
geslion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of j
appetite, Yellow Skin ? Shiloh's Vital-1
lzer is a positive cure. For sale by W
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles, etc can
be bought at the lowest prices, at J. W.
Conn's dmc store, opposite Ocvlden
Soiling nt Coat.
3Irs. A. Malcom is closing oat her
4 J ,AVntlr """ne'T and woolen
w.-...- .. vv ..
The Q0iacn Opportunity.
Kvfiy sufferer Horn liver complaint1?!
constipation will doubtlessly avail
!i.......i-.. ..t ,1... ..,!.... .,.....:
trevn;-. f upline the new remedy.
?m: "' ","" '" charge. Cases of
Ions -rjtiMliii". uhich have onlv been
aictrn.-.-aUNl jy the har-h criping medi-
:.-innTi km-m. j leia prompuv 10
v;irr,()t rj2 Tnnse who have tried it
raisB U highly. Trial bottles free and
larf bottle for do bv W. K. Dement
& c,,t Astoria.
A1"' ,Davis & Co Wholesale Agents
,lr You Evpaietl
;To ma:.ri:;l lntlueiice&i Then protect
m-jVuuriyitriH iy using Parker's Ginger.
;'iJI,5c - lt :l"-'y' the kidneys audi
J liver t throw ilT malarial poiaon3,
j and is jood fr gtinunii debility and
-l'h.-laus' prescription.-, carefully
eoiajfiuuutiU day or night at J. W.J
Lonns tsru storf. opposite Occident
I ' '-oortmun. on Chenamus street,
his ju-t received the latest and mot
r..,jl.i:nlii.' style of gents and ladies
Fancy noaps and ivrfumerj' of all
kinds can be found at J. W. Conn's drug
More, opjiosite Occident hotel.
IJrace up the whole system with King
of the JJIood. Sec Advertisement.
Shipper & Uybke. No. 11, Oak street
Portland, are the bon ton tailors of tho
met ropo j 1.,.
Von can keep onr hair abundant
and glossy, and retain its youthful
color, with Parker's Hair Balsam.
-A N.iaJl Injector tree with caeh
bottle or Sbiloh's Catarrh, llemedy.
Prlcts i ccnL Sold by W. PI Dement.
ullacfcinetack." a lasting and fra
grant porlume. Price 25 ana 50 cents.
Sold by W. E. Dement.
.'shoal water bay estexs: freiii evcrv
day, ut Frank Fabre a.
When jour wife's health is bad,
when 3onr children are sickly, when
3'oa ftel worn out, uso Brown's Bitters.
.Remember the place where you can
get 3'our pure tresti chocolate creams,
and molasses candy, at Oerkwitz' oppo
site the Hell tower.
W A2CTKD. 3 furnished or unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping In a pri
vate house to lie ocupied March 13th.
Address W. P'. T., astouiax office.
Hallo! Where are you going i" Why
ti Frank 1'abre's for a pan roast.
At Carl Adler's may be found 'all
the latest sheet music, the most popular
waltzes, dance niusie,etc.
Furnished rooms to rent at Mrs. P.
.1. Goodmans, corner Concomlov and
There not a .specie, therc'8 not n stain
That on the teeth we chance to sec,
But shadows forth decaj' aud pain,
Jf not removed right speedilv.
I jy bOZO 1) Or T.w hose wondrous power
n orus miracles in ono snort Hour.
Kemari:ab:e for overcoming diseases
caused ,y impur.i water, decaying
vegetation, etc., is Brown's Iron Bit-
Fine organs and piano at Guitar
uanseu -. can end evamine.
Cold boiled ham. brown brentl and
Bo-iton baked beans at "Jeff's" Variety
Chop House every niitht, near Stephans
Theatre sign of lhi red and green
light. Open nil night.
For lame Hack, Side or Chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Prioc Jj cents.
For sale bj- W. PI BiununL
Jlfston Baked Beans at "JcfiV Va
riety Chop House every night.
For a gooil shave or hair cut, go to
Joe Charters at Foster's.
Carpenter' tools. Disston aaws,
Dailey's planes; builders' supplies, at
A. Tan DuMn Company's. ew
good constantly arriving,
.Shiloh's Ct?i: will immediately
relieve Croup, whooping cough and
llronchit'H. bold by v. . Dement.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a posi
tive cum for Catarrh, Diptheria and
Canker Mmuh. Ndd by V. E. Dement.
Rawliug a fruit .sland has been re
moved iroin the old location to tho
building ::w:l K.A. Quinn's, on Main
The Olympic Saloon,
Ot'l-wUr Uitf I'aiker House.
THE FIX1&T BRAXDS OF
LIQUORS and CIGAES
Kept constantly on hand.
No pains will be spared to give my custo
-Glre u9 a call.
E. Y. SEHLTN,
NEAT. CHEAP AND QUICK, BY
; GF.OHUK LOYETET.
Main Streat, opposiu N. Laeh's,
Colnrabia Rivnr E:rporfci.
1 Ti QaecnsUivm jw W. H. Starbuek.
from rortland 40.C00 hva wheat ?S9.6co
Astoria 2,1; " " . 23.U6
T0tal 63,13f 5T,TT3
ZTn Queetuitmni per Ltyra Klmuiinl. j
From rorttar.d 7431 bbls noui 3j;f5
to sjwttfUtflirn jrr ocft. rirfrehKtf
From rortland 51.1CO bt nhcat SXJ.'.it!
0 lb Qutenslou? per Wilna.
From Portlaud 15.249 bbls Hour...
Astoria fifiO " ...
3.3)1 bu3 wheat.
j It To Liverpool per Pendragon.
J From Portland 12,325 bbls flour
' Astoria -2SA9)
j,i4 uus vrueai.,
From rortland CO 3T2 bus wheat.........
- Astoria 5.C24 " "
17. To Qufemtavm perFuUa.
From rortlani:is.r3 l.bh our
Aitorla " 7i
30 Tt Qiuenstmrn per Priaciila.
From Portland ZSJMo bu wheat ...
" Astoria 17.417 " '
37'u Qveautown per Ja3. Llcewj
Prom rortland 31.S72 bus wheat
Astona 22 815 " ...
TotaU- 54.GS7 $53,11.
5 To Difhltn per City rf Carliile.
From rortland U.707 bbl flour. ?T3.5.V
1G To QueenilJim per Galatea.
From rortland SJ.1C5 bus wheat .$a5,5.20
'21 To QutennUivm per Lanarkshire.
From 1'ortland 14.7S bbls flour.. 3T0.03
Tho receipts of certain articles of Or
egon produce from January 1st, 18S3.
to February 14th, inclusive, havo been
Flour, qr .sks...,
Oats, cits .:
Apples, Jtipe, bxs,
Hay. bales .
Fruit. Dried. pkgs
Leal her, pkR"....
Hops, bales... ....
Corn, ctls... .-..
HOTEIi AND RESTAUBANTS.
U. B. PAltltEB. rop..
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON.
FIRST CLASS HOTEL.
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
HOT AiTD COI.D BATHS.
Good Billiard Table, and First Class 5n
leon stocked with Fine Liquors.
acs-FBEK COACH TO THE HOUSE.--.
AS TOR HOUSE.
TIIi:. HKOK'tXKI'.It, Prap'r,
ATOHlA, .... OREGON.
Hotel New & Newly Furnished
From 91.00 to 63.00 per dat ac
cording to room.
Best of Wines, Liquors and Ciga
AT THE jjai:.
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
CIIENAMUS STIiEET, ASTOI'.IA.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED IS 1'LEASEU'IX)
announce to the public that he has op
3E2jtt1reg Souse ,
And furnishes In flrst-cliss style
OYSTKR.S, nOT COFFEE TEA. E1C
Ladies' and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
l'lcjue giTft me a call.
Brewery Beer Saloon.
The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass.
Hot Lunch erery Day from 10 to 12 A. 11
The besc of Liquors and Cigars on hand.
A deservedly popular place of social resort.
ER3IANIA BEER HALL
BOTTLE BEEE DEPOT.
CuEuiirs Stp.ket. Astoxia.
The Best 0 Lager 5 Cte. a Olass
Orders for the
Left at this place will be promptly attend
fNoeaeap Sau Fraaolsco Beer sold at
0. H. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Dry Goods Clothing
Previous to our annual inventory of stock on Feb. ist,
we will make a large reduction in all departments.
Fine Dress Goods Bednced
Fine Bilka and Ssiiss BedaBBif.
file Plushes ant Velvets
Comforters, Bed Spreads,
Fine Table Xsinen.
Overcoats and Ulsters Reduced!
Fine Dress Suits Reduced!
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
oaaer m tniUio.
If you think there is any sauce in the world equa to the
(The reeipa of a retired weU known Caterer of 25 years experiences
lt lias received approbation -wherever Introduced, and altliongh Tout a short tlruo lit
tbe iuariet It has already attained celebrity throughout the nonhuest. Being composed of
Strictly Pure and Strengthening Ingredients.
It Is especially adapted for
Dyspepsia, Broken Down Constitution, and Weaknesses
of the Human System.
And the only sauce for enriching
Steaks, Gravies, Fish, Curries, Game, Soups. Etc., Etc.
One trial will sufiTce to prove Its merits.
Kakutc nt spurious Imitations. None gonulne without our full firm iiauie ou the label.
SOESZiOFSZ1? & BIHD,
Sole Manufacturers and Proprietors, Tortlaud, Oregon.
Tor sale by leadlaj Grocers and Druggists.
D. A. Mel
Xew stock of
CAS.SI3IEKES, TWEEDS, Etc.,
Special ctteaUou is directed to the latest shapes in soft and stiff Hats.
Young Men's Ilats.
Gent's Furnishing; Goods
A full line of Men's Underwear.
Hosiery, Dress Shirts, Gloyes, etc etc.
Men's and Boy's Dress Suits,
OCCIDENT BLOCK, -
s "" iimmniinwi
lie Castere ail kmwi
White and Colored Shiris Reduced !
Business Suits Reduced!
GLOVES, ETC., REDUCED.
Mr i t MrcjjjjJrjfcf jfajgjrsgnrBno
Foreign and American
of ilic 5EWEST IMTTF.RSS.
A. fine aortment of Xcck v.carj
i:uiiit Suit-, and Ovrreoat.