The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, May 30, 1883, Image 3

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ASTORIA, OREGON:
"WEDNESDAY MAY 30, 1883
A Ion? dry spell.
Let us pray for rain.
Tho-i. It. Field will leave for
Tillamook June 9th.
The postoffice trill be closed to
day from ten A. M. to fire P. M.
The Skipanon road will certainly
be built before the next transit of
Venus.
Misses Alice and Lou Wygant of
Portland are in the city, the guests of
Mrs. Dr. Trenchard.
Over 2,500 fish were received at
one cannery in this city last Monday,
but last Monday was a good day for
Gsh.
About 4,500 cihes of salmon are
on the Main street wharf, for
tho Ullock which will load 40,000
cases.
Nearly 2,000 feet of sewer pipe
arrived on tho Tarn O'Shatdcr, which
E. R. Hawes will put in at Fort
Stevens.
The Columbia and Walla Walla
arrived in yesterday; the State sails
to-day. The Victoria will go north
ward about Friday.
Tho Skamokwa sawmill has been
having additional machinery furnish
ed by the Astoria Iron Works. This
mill will soon turn out J 00 M per
day.
Tata a little stroll around this
morning, if you have time, and see
the immense amount of building anil
improvement that is going on in the
citv.
A new lodge K. of P. No. 19,
was instituted at Salem last evening.
The order is fast increasing in mem
bership and influence throughout the
Etate.
Peter Dolson, an old resident of
this place, who has been ailing for a
long time, died at his residence last
Monday night. Tho funeral will take
place to-day.
In yesterday's ITcivs appears a
Washington dispatch signed by Adjutant-general
Drum, stating that
Jas. H. Lappeus deserted from the
United States army at San Francisco,
Ifay 2S, 1S4S. The Neics comments
on the statement at great length.
Work on the Odd Fellows' building
which has been retarded from various
causes, is about finished. The black
walnut counter, in tho lower story is a
fine piece of work. It is of Astoria
manufacture and compares favorably
with any carpenter work in the build
ing. There will be no public observ
ance of Memorial Day in this city, as
opportunity does not offer to hsre
atrew flowers upon soldiers' graves.
The day will, however, bo appropri
ately observed as a semi-holiday, and
at tho forts military salutes will be
fired.
One could yesterday say, "It is a
warm day" without fear of successful
contradiction. Straw hats and liuen
coats were above par, and tho seduc
tive lemonade and ice cream wero in
requisition. Even the little fishes in
the deep blue sea felt the influence of
the warm air, and swam merrily into
the Columbia.
The American ship Oracle, Cap
tain Morrison, recently lost off Cape
Horn while bound to Liverpool from
San Francisco, was woll known in this
port from tho fact of her making
tho passigo from Liverpool to Cape
Henlopen in twelve days, perhaps the
quickest passage over made by any
a&iling vessel in tho world. The lat
ter part of the passage was remark
able, aho having overtaken and dis
tanced the famous Guion line steam
ship Alaska, and tho Inman steamship
diy of Berlin, and was reported at
the Delaware capes when the English
steamers were seen off Long Island,
on their way to Now York.
The State of California sails to
day for San Fraucisco. "When she
arrives here again, says the Oregonian,
Captain Debney will have made 100
consecutive voyages on his fine ship
between San Fraucisco and Portland.
She lias made the best time ever
known between these ports, and dur
ing the four years she has been on
the route has carried many thousands
of passengers in safety and comfort.
She never did better work, Capt.
Dobney says, than on her last trip.
She left San Francisco thirty-four
hours after the Umatilla, and had a
strong gale dead ahead all tho way.
When the Umatilla arrived at Astoria
she reported that tho State would not
be in on that day, but she was there
in a few hours all right. Capt.
Debney is justly proud of his gallant
ship, which carries the broom, and
long may it wave, and may he make
another hundred consecutive tripB
without accident, is all the harm he
ic wished.
Trata From the Metropolis.
If a man or women is bound to
keep a cat, let him pay a license, and
fee Wifed to pen the animal at night.
FeUri.
Northwest Canneries.
Will McGregor, who arrived down
on the last Alaska steamer from
Bouquet Inlet, where the Cape Fox
Canning company is located, reports
that the salmon will begin running
there about June 1st. A good catch
is anticipated. Tho Idaho landed
men and machinery at the wreck of
the EurelxL who expect to get her
afloat once more. There salmon busi
ness in the northwest starts out lively
this season.
The Northwest Trading company
and the Chilcat Packing company, at
Chilcat, are nearly ready for business,
having erected a very large cannery
east, and they aro expected to put up
20,000 cases each this season, and
also several thousand barrels of salt
salmon. Beside these there are a
number of smaller canneries and
places at which they are salting
salmon. The Northwest Trading
company at Killisno are mating great
work among the codGsh. They are
drying and boxing it for market. This
will soon be a great industry for the
country, and the very small price at
which fish can be bought makes it an
easy matter to compete with the east.
Ten Indians catch with lines from
2,000 to 3,000 fish per day.and if they
had any of the improvements for
catching them, they could supply
more fish than trventy companies
could can. At Sitfca Captain Morri
son has tho old government boat
house all in order as a cannery. He
exppcts to salt several thousand bar
rels of fish this year.
At Smith's Inlet Quashel & Co.,
had closed in their cannery buildings
and were making cans; at Rivers Inlet
the new building of the Rivers Inlet
Company were going up, and other
improvements were in progress. The
buildings of the Victoria Packing
Company are all up. The Motlakailah
Indians have gone to work for S35
per month. Ten boats are out on
Skeena Jliver. The Windsor Compa
ny have no boat out, but are ready
for business. Cunningham & Co.
have put up the first seventeen cases.
The Balmoral company had about
sixty line salmon in their shed the
morning the latter Bailed. The In
verness company are ready, but had
sent no boats out. The Indians want
$45 a month. The Alert Bay can
nery is ready for the run. The fish
are expected to come in large num
bers from now till the last of October.
More Recruits.
The Columbia arrived in at eleven
yesterday morning. Her decks were
black with passengers, a portion of
the advance guard of the grand army
of civilization that is pushing out from
"western" homes by the Ohio and
Mississippi as did the ancestors from
across tho sea generations ago. The
immigrants aboard of yesterday
morning's steamer, wore a hearty,
healthy lot of folks who come here
on busine3ss. They do not start from
their old homes to hang around large
cities and live on swill; they come to
take possession; to got land and culti
vate it; to build homes and raise
families and send children to bchool
who will become educated and grow
up and run for office and bu just as
American as any of us.
Plenty Pish.
Ft. Caxbv, May 29.
Ed. Asteriax:
The catch of salmon is materially
increasing, B. A. Seaborg sent over a
thousand or two on Monday to Astoria;
that amount bein in excess of what
he could can. The faces of fishermen
are brightening now. with tho pros
pect of being better -rewarded for
their outlay and toil. Tho persistent
toiling and the constant dangers of
these faithful men ought to be abun
dantly rewarded. O.
Bible Readings.
Rev. Dr. Scott is to give a series of
Bible readings in the Baptist church
every Thursday evening from 8 to 9
o'clock during the month of June, the
first ono will be given Thursday night.
The subject is to bo "Tho Two
Crowns." It is expected that Mrs.
Scott will be present to recite at the
close, that beautiful little poem, "The
Starless Crown." The public are in
vited. Sick and billious headache, and all
derangements of stomach and bowels,
cured by Dr. Pierce's "Pellets" or
anti-billious granules. 25 cents a
vial. No cheap boxes to allow waste
of virtues. By druggists.
Fine Boots and. Shoes
Of the best make and guarauteed quali
ty at P. J. Goodman's. N othing sold
but what can be recommended as Toeing
a good article. .Ladies' and children's
shoes a specialty. New goods constant
ly arriving.
If you .ikc
New rooms, new furniture, new, clean
beds and a quiet place to sleep uo to the
O K Lodging House, corner West iUh
and Water streets, opposite Frank Fa
bre's. Fran It Fabrc's Oyster and Chop
House
Those wishing a nice plate of Eastern or
Shoahvater bay oysters cooked in any
style, or an early breakfast before going
aboard the boat, should call and see
him. Fresh Eastern and Shoahvater
bay oysters received by every steamer.
Genuine Misses' Kate Castleton
Bonnets at Empire btore.
For the genuine J. 1L Cirtter old
BonrboUjand. the best of wines, liquors
ana san Jjrancisco Deer, can attne uem
opposite the bell tower, and see Campbell.
OUR SOLID MEN.
Aatonans who pay Taxes on $5,000
and Upwards.
Following is an abstract from tho
assessor's assessment roll for the cur
rent year:
Astoria Iron works 7,900
Allen. A V ; 7,850
Astoria Packing Co 30,000
Boelling, C 26,550
Bain, CH 8,355
Baltes, C 5,115
Brown, H 30,419
Berry, A W C,350
Badollet, J estate of 14,350
Badollet, Jane 5,850
Bowlby, JQA. 12,275
Clatsop Mill Co 31,140
Corbett, H W 16,000
Case, IW , 27,525
Columbia Canning Co 11,270
Cutting Packing Co 10,000
Crosby, A Heir's of 21,150
Crow, EC 11,770
CooperCH...-. 7,500
Carruthers, Robt 6,200
Devlin & Co J A 24,162
Davidson, Geo 6,320
Eaton, T W estate of 5,1 17
Elmore, S 5,000
Fisher, A C 6,240
Fiavel, Geo 1 . 133,330
Foster,I?aac 6,860
Gilraan, MM 5,960
Gray, JHD 6.890
Gearhart, J W 7,305
Graham, Dan 5,500
Gray, WH 7,550
Hawes, E R 6,150
Heilbcrn, Chas 5,715
Hinman, A 6,150
Hill, Geo 5,790
Hobson, Jno 22,250
Hume, G W 43.400
Hume, J W 6,700
Hume, W 19,800
Hume, J03 12,300
Hobson, Rich, estate of 6,175
Hyland, TA 6,800
I X L Packing Co 12,100
Johnson, Philip 5,550
Kirchhoff, Lewis 9,290
Kamni, J 7,800
Moyer.M 7,200
Masonic L & B Ass'n 0,233
Megler A J 7,650
Meglor & Wright 6,250
Montgomery, A 9,100
Monteith Thos 10,200
Nowlon, M 9,700
Occident Packing Co 11,350
Odd Fellows L & B Aasn 13,000
OR&N Co 31,000
Olney, Cyrus estate of 5,760
Parker, W W 5,900
Parker, C L 34,435
Parker, C L, Mrs 6,400
Parker, HB 19,025
Parker, G W 9.750
Pythian, L & B Ass'n 5,000
Pacific Union Packing Co. . . 9,950
Page, C H 5,750
Reed, G 5,965
Ross, Job 5,865
Rogers, M 11,150
Robb, J W estate of 5,200
Shively, J M. .' 34.550
Shively, Mrs S L estate of. . 12,300
Simpson, A M 5,500
Sherman, F 6,175
Trenchard, C J, estate of 6.625
Trullinger.J C 14,900
Jaylor, Jas 17,400
Ten Boesch, et al 21,100
Union Packing Co 8,500
Van Dusen, A 8,175
Warren, M E aad M S 12,700
Warren, D K 6,596
Wise, M 6,140
Wright, C S 6,425
West Coast Packing Co 9,775
Welch, Mrs Nancy , 26,480
Welch, Jas W 11,150
Welch, J W and A 5,950
Wolch, DH 6,475
Wood, S F and G W 10,215
Wilson, Louis 9,460
White, J W 11,800
Steamer Days.
Following is a resume of sailing
dates for ocean steamers for May,
June and July, steamers leaving As
toria and San Francisco every three
days:
FIIOM ASTOUIA IFKOMSAXKEAXCISCO
ilavl AT 10 A. M. Mav
StateVednesday 30iQueeiuVednesdav so
Junoj June
Columbia Saturday sjOregon Saturday 2
Queen .Tuesday 5 State. Tuesday 5
Oreuon Friday SlColumbla Friday 8
State Monday llJQueeu Monday 11
Columbia Thursdayl-i Oregon.. Thursday 14
Queen ..Sunday 17j.Mate Sunday 17
Oregon Wednesday 201 Columbia Wednesday 20
State Saturday 23Queen Saturdav 23
Coluinbia.Tuesday 201 Oregon .Tuesday1 loi
Queen Friday 2HState Friday 29
Julyl July
Oregon Monday i'ColumbIa.Mondav 2
state .Thursday 5) Queen .Thursday 5
Cotumbla..Sunday 8Oregon Sunday 8
Queen.Wednesday llState Wednesdaj-11
Oregon-Saturday 141 Columbia. Saturday 14
hUUe .-Tuesday 17 Queen.. Tuesday 17
Columbia-Friday 20 Oregon ..... .Friday 20
Queen. ..Monday 23State. Monday 23
Oregon- Thursdry 2CColumbIaThursday 20
State Sunday 29lQueen .Sunday 2D
JVitroith Oxide Gas.
Painless extraction of teeth at Dr.
LaForce's dental rooms over 1. W.
Case's store.
2Vew Rich Bleed.
The use of Oregon Jilood Purifier.
Why will you cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
lOcteSOctsaudSl. Sold by W. E. De-
lueui.
Delicious Ice Cream at Frank Fa
me's. Go tO tllft O. TT. T.nrfmiKT TTmioa
comer West-9th and Water streets.
A large assortment of Ladies' and
Misses' Muslin Underwear just received
at Lmpire Store.
Where so fast my friend? Why to
Frank Fabre's for a pan roast,
The best Si 5-hook Kid Glove in the
market at Empire Store.
The finest pan roast in the city.
Where, oh where ? At Frank fibres.
The Soldier's Kiss.
The following is from the graphic
story of the campaigus of the Army
of the Potomac as to!d by George
"Williams in hi3 '-Bullet and Shell:"
tcl beg your pardon, ma'am," said
Jim Manners, as he dropped the heel
of his musket on the ground, and
peered wistfully into the faces of the
mother and her child "I heg pardon,
but may I kiss that baby of youn?
I've ono just like him at home; at
least he was when I Iast.saw him
two year ago." The mother, a
sympathetic tear rolling down her
blooming cheek, silently held out the
child. Jim pressed his unshaven face
to its innocent, smiling lips tor a mo
ment, and then walked an, saying,
"God bless you, ma'am, for that!
God bless 3'ou!" Poor Jim Manners!
He never saw his boy again m life;
for a bullet laid him low the next
day as we made our first charge, and
he found his grave on the field whfr
so manv thousand brave fellows fell.
Tho child of Jim Manners ii only
one of the great army of orphans
whose father'u graves will bloom to
day with the offerings of a grateful
people.
Hotel Arrivals.
OCCIDENT.
C W Stone. KnatiDten: S W Dol
man, Westport; V Cook, City; H F
Carnah an, Knappton; Mrs G rider &
chil. Skipanen: A S Whitnev. S F:
J Uahm. J D Shaw. J W Thomas. W
F Barton, K Selig, J Strang.Portland;
ixvjuiig,uo lunnHcnuu, j imckoi
bunr. M P Kellev. H Wolff J P Wat
son, S D Abrahams, S F; J Shively,
City; G T Myew, Fishertou; Mrs
O'Brien, Brooktield; F H E Ebsteim
& wf, Ft Canby; T J Baldwin, Den
ver, Col; J Williams & wf, Tanzy
Point; A F Cotter, Knappton.
PAKKER BOUSE.
F Cohen, M Stuarinsthe, S F: J W
Kinsman, Portland; P Titus, John
Days; A J Watson, W X McCoy, Mrs
N C Kofoed, Portland; J Shaughnes-
sy, S F; J W Walker, Nehalem; T
Powers, Pertland: H R Brown, Upper
Astoria.
Domestic Exports.
The receipts of certain articles of Or
eeon produce, at San Francisco, from
January 1st, 1SS3. to May 1?A, inclu
sive, nave neen as follews:
Flour, qr sks. ... .
Wheat, ctls .
Oats, ctls
Salmon, bbbj :.,
hi bbls
CS... ........
, pkgs
Apples, lUpe. bxs.... ..
Butter, pkgs ................
Potatoes, ska .
Wool, bales ..... .... ......
Hides. No
Tallow, ykgs- .. .
Beef, bbls....I
Hay. bales ..............
Quicksilver, flasks...
Fruit, Dried, pkgs
Leather, pkgs . ,
Hops, bales ..
Hams, pkgs .... M . .,
Cheese, cs...
Flax Seed, sks.. .....
Corn, ctls . .
Canned Goods, cs.... .. .. ,
Lard, pkga
159.632
21 Z$i
31.749
378
1C1
:2).CS7
34
8rTC0
83
22.403
3.177
16.531
030
9
23
75
6.233
COS
454
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14
1,310
11
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ZVotice.
Dinner at -JEFFS" CHOP HOUSE
every day at 5 o'clock. The best 2.". cent
meal in town; soup, hsu, seven kinds of
meats, vegetables, pie, nudtlinsr. etc. A
glass of S. F. Beer, French Claret, tea or
coffee included. All who hnvi tripd
him say Jeff is the BOSS."
When ladles are Attractive.
All Indies know their fact-a ait
most attractive when free from pim
ples. Parkers Ginger Tonic is popu
lar among them because it banishes
impurities from blood and skin and
makes the face glow with health.
Important Notice to Flifcprnien
and Others.
"JEFF. of the CHOP HOUSE, will
give you the BEST 25-cent meal in town
lorcasn. Uoard by the week 5, m ad
vance. Meals at auy hour, day or night.
Syrup of Pigs
Is the beat and most pleasant of purga
tives. It cleanses the system, purifies
the blood, cures biliousness and consti
pation, dyspepsia, headaches, colds, f
vers. etc Our enterprisiutr druggists,
W. E. Dement & Co., are selling it rap-
luiy, aim u gives sausiasuou 10 every
one. Hodge, Dais & Co., wholesale agents,
Portland, Or.
AH the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
Ccrfumery, and toilet articles, etc- can
e bought at the lowest prices, at J. W.
Conn's druc store, opposite Ociden
hctel, Astoria.
Are you made miserable by Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
appetite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vital
izeris aposithe cure. For sale by W.
E. DeinenL
The finest selection of Jewelry ever
seen in Astoria is now on exhibition at
Gustav Hansen's. If you contemplate
a purchase you will find styles and
prices to suit you at the Leading Jewel
ry House of Astoria.
The Hev. Geo. H. Tha'ivr. or Hour
bon, lnd., sa3's: Both myself ami wife
owe our lives toSmi.oifs'CoxsuMPTio.v
Cuke." Sold by W. E. Dement.
Old Scrofulous Sores and Bad Ulcers
removed by the OREGON BLOOD
PURIFIER.
Young maiden if jon'd boost those
charms
That win it lover to one's arms,
Aud that may never let him jio.
'Twill be through SOZODONT who'
powers
Gives to the breath the balm of llowers.
And leaves the teeth as white as snow.
Indications of consumption are al
layed by HALE 3 HONEY OK llOUE
HOUND AND TAR.
Pike's Toothache Dnors cure in
one minute.
"JEFF," of the CHOP HOUSE
is now ready to manufacture Ice Cream
to order in any quantity for Balls. Socia
bles. Private "Houses, etc and having
the bestfacilities of any place in town
guarantees to give -satisfaction. Ice
constantly on hand and for sale.
Fot Dyspepsia andLivcr Complaint,
you have a printed jiuaranteeon every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never
fails to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
An attractive, youthful appearance
secured by using Parker's Hair Bal
sam to all who are gettiing gray,
The Peruvian syrup lias cured thou
sands who were sutfenng from dyspep
sia, debility, liver complaint, boils, hu
mors, female complaints, etc Pamph
lets free to any address. Seth W.Fowlf
& Sou "Boston.
Forced
Mkssi:s. 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'NELL.
In accordance with the above request we intend to.
slaughter goods for the next ten days.
EVERYTHING BELOW COST !. .
Now is your Time to Secure Bargains.
Look at trie Price List.
Dress Goods from-
Ginghams from
Calicoes from
Muslins from
Flannels from
Table Linens from ". .
Linen Napkins H
Ladies Hoso
Collars and Cuffs
Embroideries
Walking Sacques from
Ladies Trimmed Hats
Boys' Suits from
Gents' full Suits from
Socks from
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 O'Neil'a Bankrupt Store,
Corner Concomly and Main Streets,
Dcscr eclly Popular.
Unless it had great merit Parker'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 when other
medicines fail entirely. Oiio Farmer.
T, Frederick Buegg, of Mnltnomah
Co., State of Oregon, certify herewith
that Win. Plunder's Oregon Blood
PuriGer has entirely cured mo of a
skin disease, produced by poison oak.
Although I had applied to several
physicians for rtlief, none of these
gents could do me any good, and I
herewith recommend the Oregon
Blood Purifier to all suffering such
skin disease. Signed, F.RUEGG.
"llacknietack." a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 25 and 00 cents.
Sold by W. E. Dement.
Vigor, strength and health all
found in one bottle of Brown's Iron
Bitters.
A Nasal Injector free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy
Price ."i0 cents. Sold by W.E. Dement
Weak muscles and nerves, slnggish
neK3 of thought and inactivity, cured
by Brawn's Iron Bitters.
Chills, fever, acue and weakness are
cured by Colpex's Liquid Beek Tox
ic. Afkfor Coldcn's, of druggists.
Brace up the whole system with King
of the Blood. Seo Advertisement.
SOLID GOLD
JEELET,
Scarf Pins, Chains, Watches,
SILVERWARE,
Of every description.
The finest stock of Jewelry in Astoria.
J3T"A11 fcwds warrantedasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
ELEADQUAKTERS
Foster's Emporium.
Most Complete Stock in Astoria
J'Oveltiesofall Kinds
Fruit-sltoth Foreljrn and Domestic
Wines and Liquors
Of Superior Ilrand.
FOSTER'S CORNER, 0 K &XD0CK
HANSEN BROS.
EA YE BJSMO YED I
From their old quarters to their
NEW SHOP
AND KACTOKY KEAK KINNEY'S CAN
NKKY. City Auditor's Notice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
City Assessment Roll of the City of As
toria, in Clatsop county. Oregon, as returned
bvthe City Assessor, for the 5 ear 18S3, Is
now on file In the office of the Auditor and
Clerk of said city, where it will remain open
for inspection until the 1st day of June, 1853.
All applications for corrections or revision"!
of the same must be filed with the Andltor
and Clerk, prior to said first day of June,
1SS3,
T.S.JEWETT.
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria. May ICtli. 18S3.
Can-Filling Machine.
IN ADDITION TO WHAT HAS ALREADY
bren said In favor of the Can-Filling Ma
chine, patented bv Mr. Jensen, and built by
the Astoria Iron Works, I can say that it u
the crcatest labor-saving machine that has
yet Been Invented for packing salmon. Last
Friday our machine, running at moderate
speed, filled -ill cases in ten hours, and Sat
urday it filled 320 cases In seven hours. I
am confident it will fill 500 cases per day and
do it better than can be done by nand J
FISHERMEN'S FKG. CO.,
Ter F. C. Reed, Manager.
Sale !
Nkw York May 19th.
$1 .
1,
5 .
5 cts. per yd upwards
g cc (c cc
4. (l Cl
5 (( u u
8 " " "
20 " "
50 " per doz "
5 " per pair "
10 " per set "
2 per yd. "
00 "
50 " - "
.50 "
00
5" " per pair "
M. ISAACS, Consignee.
ASTORIA, OREGON.
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HAVE YOU SEEN
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OUR SPLENDID STOCK
iiuanniiitiniisiuiiuiauEiiiiuiisiais!
OF
J CARPETS, j
j UPHOLSTERY, j
j WALL PAPER, 1
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flMniiiiaiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiii
AND
ZYcwcftt Styles in Furniture?
ED. D. CURTIS & CO.
(M. "vT. Galllck'a Old Stand.)
Haye some elegant designs in the abote
mentioned goods which they will be pleased
to show the public
Everything new and tasteful.
WE
New
Has removed one block below, 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
Jewelry, Watches.
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Which we will SELL AT COST, as we have no room to store them.
Come and Seo TTs. .
We treat our Customers all alike, and will not misrepresent our Goods.
NEW YOBK NOVELTY STOBE, Main Street, Astoriat Or.
0. B. COOPER, GEKEBAL MEECHANDISB.
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The Leading Dry Goods
CIofMiig House of Astoria,
LACE CTJS.TJLHTS,
I have just received a large consignment of Lace Curtains, and.
Curtain Materials, in the newest designs, and would invite an inspec
tion from intending purchasers, confident that for rarity and Low Priota
NO SUCH VALUE HAS EVER BEEN OFFERED IN ASTORIA.
SiUss and Dress Goods,
"We are showing on our Centre Counters a collection of the most,
elaborate and richest Goods ever shown in this City,
AT REMARKABLE LOW PRICES.
All Silk Hhadames, Drap D'Almas
All Silk Poulards, Wool Surralii,
All Silk Ottomans, Satin Soleila
Etc., Etc
CX.O.&ZS,
"We are now showing the Largest and moat Elegant Linja of La
dies' Cloaks and "Wraps ever brought to this Citj.
Black Dolmans, . .
Trimmed with Lace, Fringe, and Gimp.
Black Silk Dolmans,- . 0 !
Lined and Trimmed with Guipure Lace and Gimp.
Fine Brocaded Satin Dolmans,
Handsomely Trimmed with Chenille Fringe.
Walking Jackets, Mantles, Ulsters and Dusters.
Shetland Shawls,
Evening Shawls,
Wool Shawls, '
All Sizes and Colors.
CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS DKFARTMIX?
AYe are showing, without doubt, the largest, and most complete,
stock of Glens', Youths', and Boys' Clothing ever brought to Astoria
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
largest Stock, Finest Goods.
and
lowest Prices in Astoria,
O. H. COOPER,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BUILDING, ASTORIA.
OCCIDENT STOEE.
New Goods!
FINE CLOTHING,
Dress Suits,
BtllsI in ess Sixlts,
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StjlPstoSuit All. Quality to Sulc All. Prices to Suit All. A. fall Stoak f
jpdrluktcs- h:ats.
A complete line of GENTS' FUJKNISHIXG GOODS . Floe Stunaer XSx&mr
wear. Hosierj. French Tercale Shirts. Scarfs, Ties, Silk, and Linen HandkercWrti
Etc., etc. Trunks and Satchels.
D. A. MelNTOSH,
The ILeadiag -
TAILOR, CLOTHIER, HATTER
IT PAYS
TO TRADE WITH ME!
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PRANK ELBERSON,
SeasMe Bakery & Confectionery.
Because my Goods are the Best,
and Always Fresh.
Cakes Candies etc., furnished for Wedding
parties, on short notice, and guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction.
Cake ornamenting a specialty.
Opposite H. W. Jlnme's.
L. K G. SMITH,
Importer and wholesale dealer in
L'lsnrs nmi Tobaccos, Smokers' Article,
I'lajins itrdH, Cutlery, Ma
lionerj. Ltc.
The largest and finest stock or MEER
SCHAUM and AMBER GOODS in the city.
Particular attention paid to orders from
the countrv.
Tiiko.BRACKER, Manaser.
Chcnamus Street, Astoria. Oregon.
LEAD BUT NEVER FOLLOW !
Yorls Novelty Store
New Patterns !
IN
and GENTS FURNISHER.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLBSALIAHD
TAIL D5ALSB IK
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Corner Chenamns and Cm streML.
ASTORIA. ---- OXXOOV
LEATHERS BROS.
BOAT BITIX.DEXS,
VpStalra
Over ArHdt A Ferebea's .
Call and examine the work -we are dsiag
and see the wood we are usIhj, before atak
ing a trade elsewhere.
FIRST-CLASS WORK A SPBCIALTY.
ASTORIA MARBLE WORKS.
DAVID KEIiMAV, - - Frrlt.
Manufacturer ot Ameriaan and Italiam
marble monuments and head stonw. Ceme
tery lots enclosed with curbing, wab aad
coping or stone posts and Iron railing. Tnm
and designs furnished to persons at a dis
tance, batlsfaction guaranteed. Slate a
seamen for cannery use.
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