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"WEDNESDAY-.. ilAY 23, 18S3
A tweuty-four pound salmon was
caught last week near Oregon City.
The C. 5.
Tlulberl Trent up stream
Halibut weighing one hundred
pounds are being caught near Port
The American bark Coloma,
Oapt, Gyrus Noyes, is expected about
the 1st pror.
Skating and bicycle riding at Oc
cidental Hall next Friday and Satur
Gray's harbor will be surveyed
this season under the supervision of
Oapt. Bowles, U. S. 2f.
Reserved seats for Friday even
ing's performance of "Whims" can
now be had at the New York Novelty
The editor of the Sunday Welcome
was the first American born in San
Diego Co., California., and of auch is
the Kingdom of Heaven.
Captain Healy, of the revenue
cutter Coricin, has received orders tc
proceed at once to Alaska to take
charge of a station during the fishing
George W. Hill, of Stark's Point
has received a patent on a file handle
which is a most ingenious device. He
was yesterday offered 1 ,000 for the
State Senator Voorhees, of Mari
on Co., was shot three times near
Woodbury, last Monday by k dis
charged employe. The surgeons hope
to save his life.
Wc are moro sorry than surprised
to hear that ono of the delinquent
subscribers of the East Portland
Vindicater is to be hanged. Thero is
such a thing as retributive justice in
this wicked world.
Charles Wilson mate of the
steamer North West, and brother of
the captain, was killed at Ains worth
last Monday by being hit on the head
by a sweep of the crab, which broke
from the horse while hauling the
steamer on the ways.
The Shoalwater Bay Transporta
tion company have concluded to build
n $14,000 steamer thin season. The
contract for building the hull has
been given to Jos. Paquet of East
Portland. The Willamette Iron
Works will pnt in the machinery.
The following from the Salem
Statesman shows that some things can
be done as well as ethers:
We have for sale our subscription
account on J. Irvine, of Halaey,
which we will sell or trade for any
thing except another subscription on
the said J. Irvine.
Drowning of B. Erickson.
The death roll of Columbia river
fisherman is a long, sad record of
names of hardy men, who, caught in
the treacherous breakers, have been
swept to instant death. Every sea
son it is a common occurrence, and in
recording or reading the announce
raent,one uninterested docs not realize
the poignant grief of relatives and
friends to whom the waves give no
answer but the brief record "Lost."
At an early hour yesterday morning,
B. Erickson, of the Point Adams
Packing Co., and his boat puller were
about sterling home when off the
wreck of the Great Eepvblic, a breaker
upset the bca;. Erickson scrambled
up on the eapiized boat and shouted
to his partner, "Come this way, and
I'll pull you up here." Just then an
other breaker washed him off and
drowned him, the same breaker throw
ing the boat puller against a snag that
stuck up on the spit and to which he
clung. Deceased was in his 37th
year; he leaves a wife and child. The
'Longshoremen's association, of which
he was a member, offers a reward of
$25 for the xecovery of the body of
As it Goes.
The Polaris learns from what it
considers reliable authority that all
the vast enterprises of the Northern
Pacific Railway and O. It. & N. C03.
will be located in Albiua, including
the grand union depot. All work on
the Kilama extension of the Northern
Pacific has been ordered Etopped, and
the cut re force has been transferred
to the east ride, where the work of
filling and grading has already com
menced. It is now positively asserted
that the mammoth hotel, upon which
the Portland public had set such great
expectations, v ill not be obstructed,
or at least that the building of it has
been postponed t an indefinite period.
The aim now of the Transcontinental
Companies appear to be to concen
trate every effort toward the comple
tion of the grand operations m Albma
After Lodge No. G. K. of P.,
meets to-night. The Grand Lodge
will meet at The Dalles June oth.
The Polaris is authority for the
statement that a man has been fouud
who has tired Hansen out, talking
to him. "Ho tired me out. His
were not general but all the minute
questions that it was possible for a
man to ask abo.ut a new country and
its people. Why I've told that man
enough to make a book as big as
a house, and I'll bet ten dollars he'll
come hero to-morrow and ask me
what I know about Africa as a good
point for the emigration. I'm going
to read up in 'Stanley's Dark Conti
nent' so as to be ready for him. I
never allow an emigrant to go away
Talking of hams, the Oregonian
very correctly suggests that there
fthould be "no insuperable difficulty
in producing a stectopygons breed of
hogs." True, and yet the omphacine
character of the enterprise has to be
considered as well as the probability
of resulting indehiscenco.
The McMinnville Baptist college
is completed. It is built of brick, with
a stone foundation twelvo feet in
height; and is exclusive of the twelve
foot basement, three stories in height.
The ground floor is 9Sxl00 feet. The
cost of the building was $25,000. It
will be dedicated on Juno 12.
If the Secretary of State of the
commonwealth of Oregon will consult
a geography he will learn that As
toria is within the limits of said com
monwealth. It is hoped rather than
expected that ho will add to his great
stock of erudition a few points of
minor though essential importance.
The British ship Pinmoi' will
carry 2000 cases of salmon from San
Francisco to Liverpool shipped by R.
D. Hume & Co., and 2000 cases
shipped by the Carqninez Packing Co.
The Ptntnote is the largest sailing
vessel ever constructed. She is a
four-masted steel ship, 310 feet long.
The Tacoena S'eics thinks "it is
refreshing to sec a man like Mr. Vil
lard come down to the level of the
people and talk with them." Tut,
tut! "Upon what meat hath this our
Caesar fed that he has grown so sud
den great." "Level of the people!"
Tho man that wrote that would lick
Tillard's boots for a $20 gold piece.
Sentenced in Jargon.
The four Indians convicted of man-1
slaughter in the U. S. circuit court ,
for the killing of Mulharrin in Unia-1
tilla county, were brought into that J
court yeterday morning to receive
sentence. The court in passing
sentence recounted the circumstances
of the killing as adduced by the evi
dence, by which it was shown that the
victim had beeu the aggressor. But
xnasuiiich as the killing was unusually
atrocious and brutal, the judge felt
called upon to iiuposo a sentence of
Getting a Drink.
Experience has proved that obsta
cles to the procuring of drink dimin
ish the quantity consumed. If a man
can get a drink next door he will get
one whenever he wants it, and
whether he wants it much or not. If
it is a block or two off his desire will
have to be greater than in the first
instance in order to induce him to go
out of his way for if. If on his road
home there are saloons convenient, the
chances are, if he likes liquor, that he
will take a drink every time he goes
back and forth. If he be not exces- proportional severity. Each of the
sively fond of it. nor a slave to it. he dusky savages were sentenced to
will not-put himself to any great in- ; serve term of ten years in the ?Ute '
convenience for the sake of a drink, penitentiary. Judge Deady, who, U
Indeed, a man's appetite for liquor scius, like many other old Oreoui- j
may be gauged pretty accurately by ,ans, is thoroughly familiar with heJ)J0W
the trouble to which he is willing to 'Chinook jirgn, communicated his!
put himself for its gratification. The) sentence to the brutal savages in i
same is true of every passion, appe-' language they could thoroughly euie-
tite, t3.6te and desire. Where your tpreheud, but they took it all with that
treasure is there will yonr heart be j sullen silence peculiar to sawiga
also. ) barbarians auch as they. Statulord.
This every day experience of human ! - .
. . - , , . .. ! Hotel Arrivals,
nature is confirmed by observation. ,
Statistics show that since public houses oocidbxt.
have been closed on Sundays in T LI Hal John, Jl Hoy t, S F; S A
Scotland there has been a decrease of Banks, Vancouver; M Isaacs, Port-
ttrflnK'-nnP n,.p mnK in thn 1 f . land; , IV n aucr, tv son uaicnura,
Forced Sale !
New York May 19th.
Messrs. Isaacs & Co.:
Raise all the cash you can as speedily as possible, on
receipt of which will send those goods you ordered.
(Signed) SHERIFF O'NEIL.
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spirits; that in Sweden since an altera-See,e'y FIecwaod. jy Crow,
tion in the liquor laws took place Knappa; D P Thompson, Portivid;
which reduced tho places for the sale W G Turnoll, Portland; F Jewctt.
of anirW in h whr.l ntrr -ISO Nasel; Mrs C W StoneJCnappLuii; C S
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UllUUliliilU, -Ml) , UWIIII
Thu Victoria took on cannery
supplies at Kinney's cannery yester
day afternoon, en route to tho laud of
the midnight sun. An exploring
party goes along, consisting of Lieut.
Schwatka, in charge; Dr. Wilson,
medical officer; Chas. A. Homan,
topographical engineer; Sergeant
Glosler, and others. Tho expedition
will land at Chilcar, make a portage,
thence about forty miles to tho head
of Lewis river, a tributary of the
Yukon, and thence down the Yukon
about 2,000 miles, exploring ull
tributaries and intervening country.
The party expects to be gone about
five months and will make a chart of
sections they visit.
Genuine Misses" Kate CaMletoli
Bonnets at Empire Store.
Astoria's "great expectations" in
connection with railroad prospects
have not been diminished within the
past few months. Indeed, if the
cbest laid plans of mice and men" do
not "gang aft aglee" m this case, As
toria wiu aaa materially to tier pro
portions and importance within the
noxt few years. -Port Toicnsend Ar-
A large assoitment of Ladies' and
Misses' Muslin Underwear just received
at Empire Store.
James I. Jlivson, lonrcsenting the
popular meichant tailoring houe of
Gordan Bros., San Francisco, is .stop
ping for a few thus at the Occident Ho
tel, vtheie he has on exhibition a fine
stock of goods for gentlemen's wear for
the present ana coming .reason. Those
w ishing first-class custom-made clothing
will call and examine goods and leave
their measures and orders. Good busi
ness suits from 30 to .c4.", dress suits
f rom S40 to G0. Gordon Bios, employ
none but the best cutters and workmen.
They guarantee satisfaction to all. They
carry the largest stock of imported goods
of any merchant tailoring establishment
in the city. James P. Hixson is the
only scientific, practical cutter that
makex regular visits to our town. ,
fine Boots and. Shoes
Of the best make and guaranteed quali
ty at P. J. Goodman's. X othing sold
but what can be recommended as being
a good article. Ladies' and children's
shoes a specialty. Xcw goods constant
drinking has enormously fallen "off;
wherean in Switzerland, where public!
houses since 1879 have increased from ,
17,807 to 21,838, there has been a
marked increase in the consumption
of spirits and drunkenness. Those
people willing to sacrifice everything
for the sake of liquor, though more
numerous than they should bo, arc
still comparatively few in number.
Of course, the prohibitionist will
spring at once his favorite
dogma that prohibition is the one
and only t principle calculated
to discourage the consump
tion on liquor. If closing half the sa
loons diminishes the consumption of
liquor, he says, then closing them all
will wholly or almost vholly stop it.
But expeiience proves that while true
theoretically, practically this is not
true. Thero are always practical
limitations to certain forces. If it
were not so, locomotives conld be
built to travel 1,000 miles an hour,
steam engines that would raise 1,000,
000 tons. Up to a certain point force
and pressure are effective; beyond that
everything flies to pieces, like the pro
There is no question that if the num
ber of individual fires in a place were
to be reduced the number of confla
grations could be largely reduced also.
If there was in use a cheap substitute
for fuel, like gas, many insurance
companies would probably have to go
out of business. Now, if under those
circumstances the city government
should insist upon tho use of gas-fuel
wherever the present mode of using
fire is dangerous, it could accomplish
a neodedand useful reform. If in
stead ot doing tins, it stiouiu pass an
iron-clad law absolutely prohibiting,
under all circumstances, stove6, steam
heating, grates, furnaces, etc, the
law would bo a desd letter. There
would be so many preferring tho old
mode of heating to tho new one, that
a strong public opinion would sustain
or wink at a strong open and general
violation of tho law in all places,
whether dangerous or not. Peeling
that their own libert' was necessarily
trampled upon by so sweeping a law,
people could not insist upon its par
tial enforcement where it ought to be
enforced. Thay would say: "The
law is absurd. I will not obey it.
And not being willing to obey it in
my own case where it is nut reasonable,
I cannot insist upon its obedience in
cues where its enforcement h reason
able." So the law, like the prohibi
tory law, would fall to the ground of
its own dead weight. Free Prus.
A Wahlers, Mrs A Riley, Miss Ri
ley, Portland; P Titus, John Days; J
Barnes, lllwacu; S P Soule, J Woods
& family, 8outh Bend; J Lnwson,
Following is a resume of sailing
dates for ocean steamers for May,
steamers leaving Astoria and San
Francisco every three days-:
KKOM ASTOKIA I I'KOM SAN I'll NCIsCO
Mavl at 10 a. M. May
Queen.. .Thurxluv iMISUtc .Thursday l!l
Orcxon Sunday 27IColmnbi:iSuiulay '27
StatcVednesday C0iQueen.AVeiIneMl.iy so
Important Notice to Fit.liermen
JEFF." of the CHOP HOUSE, will
give yon the BEST 2."-centmeal in town
for casti. JJoanl by the weeJ: t.. m ad
vance. Meals at any hour, day or night.
rranlt F:ibreH Oyster and CIn
Those wishing a nice plate of Eastern or
Shoalwater bay oysters cooked in any
style, or an early bieakfat before going
aboard the boat, should call and sec
him. Fiesh Eastern and Shoalwater
bay oysters received by every steamer.
Citrons Oxide ftn.s.
Painless extraction of tcctli at Dr.
LaForcc's dental rooms oyer 1. W.
In accordance with the above request we intend to
slaughter goods for the next ten days.
EVERYTHING BELOW COST ! .
is your Time to Secure Bargains.
Look at the Price List.
Dress Goods from 5 cts. per yd upwards
Ginghams from 8 " " " - -
Calicoes from 4 t: " "
Muslins- from 5 " " "
Flannels from S " "
Table Linens from ' 20 " " "
Linen Napkins .' 50
Ladies Hose 5
Collars and Cuffs 10
Walking Sacques from 1 .00
Ladies Trimmed Hats 50
Boys' Suits from 1 .50
Gents' full Suits from 5 .00
Socks from 5 " per pair
Reductions in every line. This is a bona fide sale,
no buncombe. Our bargains must be seen to be appre
ciated. Every article marked in plain figures at
Sheriff Q' Nell's Bankrupt Store,
M. ISAACS, Consignee.
Comer Concomly and Main Streets, -- ASTORIA, OREGON.
Dinner at JEFFS" CHOP HOUSE
every day at r o'clock. The best 2T cent
meal In town; Mup: fish, seven kinds of
meats, vegetables, pie, pudding, etc. A
gloss of S. F. Beer, French Claret, tea or
coffee included. All who have tried
him say Jeff is the 'JJOSS.'
For lame Back, Side or Cheat use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Pnca 25 cents.
For sale by W. E. Dement.
An attractive, youthful appearance
Becnred by using Parker's Hair Bal
sam to all who aro getting gray.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron
chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's
Cure- Sold b W. E. Dement.
Ticxv Rich Slootl.
The use of Oreson Blood Purifier.
Digest Your Food
Ifj'ouwant to be healthy. Ilow can
you if your teeth refuse to do their
work? Get them put in order bv skil
ful dentists, and use bOZODOXT to
keep them right. SOZODONT is the
best preparation for the teeth.
Wlicn ILatllr. are Atfrnr!.
All ladies know their faces are
most attractive when- free from pim
ples. Parker's Ginger Tonic is popu
lar among them becauko it banishes
impurities from blood and akin and
makes the face glow with health.
The Great Natural Demand.
In order to supply the great natural
demand for a remedy of real merit, one
capable ot cieaiiMiig tne system, puri
fying the blood, regitlntin:! the Iher and
acting on the bowels, the California Fig
Syrup Company has commenced the
manufacture on a large scale of a con
centrated Syrup of Figs, and is sending
out trial bottles to be given away, so that
it costs nothing to try it ami eomince
yourself of its elllcaev. And as every
family needs a bottle, it is aNo for sale
in ."JO cent and Si bottles at W. K. De
ment & Co.. Astoria.
I!dge. Dai-. fc Co . wholesale agent
UOUA.VAM) IIEK mSIHSKS
is the title of a large illustrated trea
tise, by Dr. It. V. Pierce, Buffalo, Is.
Y., sent to any address for three
stamps. It teaches successful self
treatment. CSrcat Jlcwf.
The Czar of Russia has been blown
up, and all because the price of crockery
rwcnt down to bed-rock prices at A. if.
Johnson & Co.'s. Come and sec the
sacrifice. Everything marked down '20
per cent. Cause we want room for
our large invoice, both from the east and
from San Francisco. Don't fail to take
advantage of our reduction, as it may
only last for a few days.
A. M. Jokxsox it Co.
Tin ec desirable rooms over my book
stoic. Apply to Call Adler.
Two nice sunny rooms for rent in A
M. Johnson's building. Inquire at the
store of A. 31. Joitssox & Co.
Cream at Frank Fa-
Just received, e steamer Gen. MUtt,
300 bales good Tillamook Hay. Apply
to J. II. D. Gr.AY.
The regular spring finding of
mysterious wagons is reported from
Umatilla, This time there are two,
"one loaded with pianos, the other
loaded with coal oil." In about ten
days the snake stories come due;
about the middle of next month look
oat for big yield of fruit, and along
toward midsummer the heated imagi
Bations of the romancists conjure up
all manner of marvels.
Tke best Si 5-hook Kid Glove in the
Mffket at Enpire Store.
Go to the O. 1C Lodging House
corner West-9th and Water streets.
An A No. 1 Piano to rent at Carl Ad
ler's. The finest selection of Jewelry ever
seen in Astoria is now on exhibition at
Gusta-V II ak&en's. If you contemplate
a purchase you will find styles and
prices to shit you at the Leading Jewel
ry House of Astoria.
Where so fast my friend? Whv to
Frank Fabrc's for a pan loast.
Not an alcoholic beyerage, but a
true and reliable family medicine is
Brown's Iron Bitters.
People do not ask any longer what
is this OREGON BLOOD PURI
FIER, for they know it by its reputa
tion as being the best liver regulator
and blood cleanser in existence.
"JEFFr of the CHOP HOUSE
is now ready to manufacture Ice Cream
to order in any quantity for Balls, Socia
bles, rnvate nouses, etc, ana Having
the bestfacillties of any place in town
guarantees to give satisfaction. Ice
constantly on hand and for sale.
The finest pan roast in the city.
here, oh where ? At Frank Fabres."
Have Wistar's balsam of wild cherry
always at hand. It cures coughs, colds,
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in
iluenza, consumption, and all throat and
HUJg complaints, r-0 cents anl$l a bottle.
Unless it had great merit father's
Ginger Tonic could not be so popular.
Its sale has spread remarkably every
where, because invalids find it gives
them new life and vigor v. hen other
medicines fail entirely. Ohio Parmer.
-ShilohV Cough and Consumption
Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It
cures consumption. Sold by W. K. De
Tlie new Steamer
KAttHAUF. - Master.
Will sail for
Saturday. May 26th, at 6 A. M.
THOKSAlLIXfi DATES AND PAItTICrJ
32 larsai.i.lv to .1. G. HUSTLER. Alain
street Wharf, Astoria : ALLEN & LEAVIS,
fontanel ; J. L. STORY , TillamooK.
THE LATEST STYLES
B. B. FRANKLIN'S,
NEXT DOOR TO ASTORIAN OFFICE.
Will you Miller with Dj.vpepia and
Lher Complaint .' ShilohV. vitalkrer h
guaranteed to cure you. Sold by E.
Catairh cured, health ami eet
breath secured by Sluloh "s Catarrh Rem
edy. Prlee ."0 ceHt, Masai Injector free.
Foraleb W.E. Dement.
Shiloh's Yitalureris what jou need
for Constipation, Los of Appetite. Diz
ziness and all symptoms of Dv&pepVia.
Price 10 and 7o cents per bottle. Sold
by W. E. Dement.
Domestic bliss is surely the desired
end of all mortal. Enjoy it by using
PFDXDER'S OREGON BLOOD PU
RIFIER, which will remove all su
perfluous bile and make everybody
For the genuine J. II. Culler old
Bourbon, and the best ol wines, liquors
and San Fraurbco beer, call at the Gem
opposite the bell tower, and see Campbell.
Do you suffer from biliousness and
liver complaint? Nothing equals
rtunaers Uregon Ulood Purifier in
relieving these diseases.
A v;?r larc Stock from which to select.
Window curtains made to order.
!3yMy patent Trimmer to cut Wall l'aper
win ie iojinu coiiwnieni 10 my patrons.
EMPLOYMENT FOE ALL
TWENTY COLLARS per Day.
The Original Italian Oil Painting.
Pro!. J. 0. &1URPHEY,
OF SALCM. IS NOW IN THIS CITY,
and has a suite of rooms oer Carl Ad
ler's RooKstore, where he will Rhelasaons In
the art, uuanmteciuK perfection, at S2. 00
for full instruction, or in clubs of 3, 4, or 5,
at one dollar each.
Mo Money Required in Advance.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Call at my rooms
and e .samples. Koom So. T.
Hours from 8 A. r. to 7 p. 31,
Boot and Shoe Store,
FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK OF
Ever brought to Astoria, will be opened to
the Public in Brown's New Building,
Next to City Book Store, on
Come and see Latest Styles.
1. J. ARVOLD.
Notice of Co-partnership.
rmHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
JL entered into a Dartnershio under the
firm name and style of Jordan & Bozorth for
uie transaction oi a general crocKery and
classware business in Astoria. Oreeon. and
respectfully solicit the patronage of the pub-
llo E rn TTTS X
TO GAS CONSUMERS.
Wc have recei ed a large supply of
Ami a (General Assortment of
Fixturos in Plumbers' Goods.
Jsy-Cnll and examine our Good.-?.
KUDUOUK. & JLEVAKE.
Nearly oirmsite O. U. & N. Co.'s Dock. lv
C. H. COOPER, GENERAL MEROHAHDISE.
The Leading" Dry Goods
GIOiing Souse of As tor im,
I have just received a large consignment of Lace Curtains, tad
Curtain Materials, in the newest designs, and would invite an inspec
tion from intending purchasers, confident that for rarity and Low PriMS
NO SUCH VALUE HAS EVER BEEN OFFERED IN ASTORIA.
Silks and Dress Goods,
We are showing on our Centre Counters a collection of th meat.
elaborate aud richest Goods ever shown in this City,
AT REMARKABLE LOW PRICES.
All Silk Ehadames,
All Silk Poulards,
All Silk Ottomans,
"VTe aro now showing the Largest and most Elegant -Line of .Lad
dies' Cloaks and "Wraps ever brought to this City.
Trimmed with Lace, Fringe, and Gimp. t
Black Silk Dolmans, . -.
Lined and Trimmed with Guipure Lace and Giiap.
Fine Brocaded Satin Dolmans, . t
Handsomely Trimmed with Chenille Fringe. f "
Walking Jackets, Mantles, Ulsters and Dusters. " -Shetland
All Sizes and Colors.
CLOTHING-AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT
We are showing, without doubt, the largest, and most complete
stock of Mens', Youths', and Boys' Clothing ever brought to Astoria
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
Xsowesi Prices in Astoria.
O. H. COOPER,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BUILDING, ASTORIA. '
New Patterns !
XjigZa.'t SiTYiTXxey "uJ.t.
Slj las to Suit AH. Quality to Suit All. Prices to Suit All. AfullStoekA
spring :jsl T S-
A complete line of GEXTS' FUitSISHTNG GOODS. Fine Summer Dad
wear. Hosiery. S-'rench Tercale Shirts. Scarfs, Ties, Silk, and Llnea HandktreWfl,
Etc., etc. Trunks and Satchels.
D. A. McINTOSH,
TAILOR, CLOTHIER, HATTER and GENTS FURNISHER.
Enrich and revitalize the Blood by
ubinji Browu'a Iron Bitten;.
Coldex's Liquid Beef To&ic is
admirably adapted for females in deli
cate health. Co Weil's; 710 other. Of
That Hacking Cough can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it. Sold by AV. K Dement.
Sleepless Nights, made miberable
by that terrible couch. Shiloh's Cure is
the remedy for you. Sold by W. E. Dement
Look sharp when your skin breaks
out in pimples, and use Glenn's Sui.
raunfcoAr! Hir.is II Ain Dye, black or brown, Z0
Averill's mixed paints, the best in
use, for sale at J. W. Connrs drug store,
opposite Occident llotel.
All the patent medicines advertbed
in this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles, etc.. pan
be bought at the lowest prices, at J. W.
Conn's drus store, opposite Ociden
FOAED & STOKES,
ANCHOES. ROPE AND
HARNESS AT SAN FRANCISCO
A Full Line of House
AT THE O. R. &. X. DOCK. .
Wc bcffleaye to announce that we will.
on or about June oth uot, open a complete
Crockery anil Glassware
Anil all goods pertaining to that Hue at their
Cor. Ctaaiis I Genevieve Sts.
Parties contemplating purchaslnf; any
thing in that line will consult their own in
terest by waiting till our goods ame.
"Wo paj cash for our goods and and will be
able to sell as cheap as any house in Oregon
Portland not excepted.
JORDAN & BOZORTH.
ASTORIA STEAM LAUNDRY
Is now ready for business.
Is most respectfully solicited.
ALL WORK DOXB IK A SATISFAC
tory inanucr at II Ing rates.
AH reasonable repair? made free of charge.
Garments of nil Kluds will be repaired
at-Jklr prices, if so requested,
' WM.MCCOIUHCK.. l-
TO TRADE WITH ME !
Seaside Batey& Confectionery.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WH0LESAL1 AND Id
TAIL DSALSB IX
Because my Goods are the Best,
and Always Fresh.
Cakes Candles etc., fumlshedfor "Wedding
parties, on short notice, and guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction.
Cake ornamenting a specialty.
Opposite ?. W. Hume's.
forner Chenamu ant
ASTORIA - - -
L. K. G. SMITH,
Importer and wholesale dealer in
C'ixar and Tobacrns, Smokers' Articles,
Plnjlns Cards, Cutlery. Sta
The largest and finest stock of MEER
SCHAUM and AMBLR GOODS In the city.
Particular attention paid to orders from
Cucnanius Street, Astoria. Oregon.
Over Arndt fc FereheB's 8ky.
Call and examine tho work, "we ar dlf
and see the wood we ara using, before ask
Ing a trade elsewhere.
FIRST-CLASS "WORK A. SPECIALTT.
ASTORIA MARBLE WORKS.
J)AVII KEIiH AW, - - Frerit.
Manufacturer ot American, and Italia
marble monuments and bead stones. Cee
tery lots enclosed with curbing, walls aa
coping or stone posts and iron railing. Pnees
and designs furnished to persona at adl
tance. Satisfaction guaranteed. 81at eaa.
seamers for cannery use.
WE LEAD BUT NEVER FOLLOW !
New UTork ISToveliy Store
Has removed one block bolow, from their former location on Main street,
next door to N. Loeb's Clothing Store, where we keep
Latest Novelties of all Descriptions,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, LATEST PAPERS, and PERIODICALS
Which we will SELL AT COST, as we have no room to s,tore them..
Gomo and See Vs
Wo treat our Customers all alike, and will not misrepresent our-Goods.
NEW YORK NOVELTY STORE, Main Street, Astoria, Or.