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SL'lic Shmi, Ststorttm.
Through Rates for Astoria.
TUESDAY-.. JUNE '1G, 183
-Council meets to-night
The bucket brigado lias appeared
Mr. E. A. Noyes, agent of the O.
R. & N. Co., informs us that he has
received fticlal in formal ion that jtu-
of the company to charge the same
- bout 40,000 cases salmon
shipped ovorland in May.
I rates on all through eastern freight to
-The Wasco Sum, a Uraighlforirard I A,toria Ulat u clurcd froni the same
ppcr. is enlarged and improved. jpointa'to Portland. Astoria shippers
-A fire at Dallas last Saturday , will be given through bill3 of lading
Usirovel $13,000 worth of property, to any eastern point ami in every rt--TH.
VJrf mnN it Jll Kptll I aP,,ct the Astoria public will have the
Relics of By-gone Days. ' Henry "Ward Beecher.
En. Astekian: Henry Ward Beccher's seventieth )
History tells us that in days gone , birthday ocourred yesterday. His
by, Sir Francis Drake, in an English family and neigbors, and church and
mediatelv upon the completion of the! pnvaicer in pursuit or apanisu oucca-,""' - - -v --; ,
Northern Pacific Railway, tickets to j as far north -as Cape So little slock doc. ho .ake iu such
nil !,. iiinB on.fnrn rit!.., ,il , nn ' rouiweamer, ana nnumg tne weamsr n" "k"' " "r- --"
sale at tho oflice in this city at the
same rates charged for the same tickets
in Portland. It is also the intention
that the Northern Pacific will cross at
- What splendid weather to go-a-fi5hing'
Sky, sun. wind and tempera
ture lust right.
Mr. A. S. Duniway is in the
city. We bolieve it is her intention
ti delher a lecture while here.
-Capt Bochnu of the Pionm is
reported sick in Portland with a sore
fov4. It is foarod that ho may lose it.
The Cew Taeoma L&bjti surprises
iu by the assertion that ''ordinary
Kiria wear short dresses at eighteen.
The Home School (Oakland) for
oung ladies will begin July 25th.
See advertisement in another column.
The G. Mtle will start for
Tillamook immediately after tho ar
mal of the M'iJe H'titf from J'ortlaud
violin Campbell has
quarry property, on the
below St. Uolens, to C.
the sum of $40,000.
A. Mann for
same rates that are charged
io and from Portland. It is
the intention of the company
to lay down overland freights at
Astoria at the same price that it now
co3ls to ship the same class of freight
to San Francisco. Mr. Noycs expects
to get tho first lot of overland tickets
by the middle of July, for though the
gap will not be closed till the last
week in August, travel bath ways is
Thii places Astotin on the same
footing with Portland and San Fran
cisco, and iu such action the company
displays n spirit tht will assuredly
be to the mutual advantage of both
tho transportation company and the
intensely cold gave up the chase sailed ."They are geese. Why should they jyj Qj
south and anchored his ileet at Point j make a fuss about my seventieth " ,
Rayes.Cal. Had he sailed as far' birthday? They didn't make., fuss
north as the Columbia ho would have when I was 40 years old, or 30 years .p.- .
discovered the river and about ten old, or when t was GO ye-iw ..f ge. ! H jjl K H I
miles up tho river, south side, ho Why now, for I am just as young as 1 U U 11 1 11
might have found a village of thui e ever I wasl" He and Mrs. Beecher,
Spanish buccaneers enjoying them, will start on an extended northwest-
, . , . . - .? o .f arn (nnrrm tifflh of Julv. Th.!i fiUllltV
solves ny a rousing ure maue m - -- - -- - , - . . TfTfc A Tfc k TT1 ft ft
spruce limbs, with plenty ,.f corn beef have broken i up housek-epms and ar? , A 1 If A P Alll A If T ' H
.uin ucrnici i vn a ' m i jb r .,- mmm w w
over this (to
C. H. COOPER, GENERAL MEROHSKDIBX
Our New School House.
The Astoria of to-day h in a jtalo
of transition. It is growing out of tho
old, village appeurauce, slowly yet
surely. Already buildings that would
be a credit to nny municipality have
arisen, and in the years that are so
potent with promise shall arise finer
fabrics of structural growth lllustrat-
Siuoe Saturday the oppressive inS development of the great city
ndtriness has occasioned universal re-! th,lt w W the dutiful penin
sula that steim desiirned
-...i ..,..u .. i... ,.,.i oil ,u -.r'i. boardiiur with :i son
nnPHft tn rpnair their fleet. The reason expresses great regret
there is no history of this village and ,1'er) strange housekeeping change An
discovery of the liver we infer h, exchange says: "Mrs. Beecher iwis
that they were lawless pirates and engaged to be married o Mr. Bi-echer
dare not make known their adven-1 when she wa-. 18 year. ..f age and he
turea. Iu '44 1 built my log cabin a. 17. Seven years after ihej were
mile above the old fort of J. J. Aator, j marrit d. There as a deal of poetry
and proceeded to clear a girden. In j in h-r expression of a wish to Itvu tho
spading up the ground about eight jold life over, when Henry was a pastor
inches deep, I came to many beef i Indianapolis and iu Lawreneebnrg,
bones evidently the bones from corn-jlnd., on a salary of S300 n year,
beef, horn handles of table knives with 'Yes she said, 'we lived on les than
other kitchen implements of by- $1 day and wo
noiiA dava. It I vidHiiL that all iron! bread and water!
I'nmi now on until the Fourth we intend to hold a grand parade in the prices or eoods.
Iiouuli we have no min-Dowder explosions, the explosions we are about to make In the
wonderful reductions hit lie prices of goods In eery department in our store will give un
did not live
mark. Such wttrui nights, especially.
are Hiinsual iu Astoria.
A railroad employe named
O Bnen was struck by a piece of rock
front a premature blast near St. Hel
ens last Friday and fatally injured.
The lif rale is loaded, being as last
season the first of the Astoria loaded
for the scat of commercial empire.
Prominent among the institutions of
every American city, stands the
schoolhouse, in which our children,
the grand army of tho republic, shall
i be educated and in which they receive
their first impressions of their rights
and duties as citizens. In tlm as in
salmon fleet. She takes out 7-003 1 other respacts Astoria will not be
cases. Hor list is in another column.
-The I. S. X. Co., have reduced
the faro to Ilwaco, and are now charg
ing but seventy-five cents for one of
the most delightful trips that can be
Messrs. Munroe, Freeman and
WilKs of Washington county, who are
each about ninety-eight years of ago
claim to be the three oldest men in
Pacific county will celebrato the
Fonrth in good style. Oysterville,
Ilwaco, South Bend and Woodard's
Landing will all have special obser
vances of the national birthday.
found deficient, and no building gives
us more pleasure to notice than the
Astoria Public School, the foundation
of which was begun yesterday after-
noun. Other buildings of loftier pro
portions will grace our city with arch
itectural beauty, more pretentious
structures will in time arisj to accom
modate the growing wants of our com
munity, but none more important to
the welfare nor more conducive to the
perpetuity of our prosperity shall
ever be begun than th it on which
work began yesterday.
from length of time had oxidized to
dust, for the old horn handles had
once held a blade. The place was
grown up with maple, spruce and
hemlock with nothing to distinguish
it from the adjacent forest. The
trees cut down and burnt showed a
square hillock about six feet high.
Curiosity led me to dig iuto it, 1 came
to charcoal and on further examining
the place came to the logs of the houao
which the charcoal had preserved
from decay. It must have taken
many years to oxidize all iron and
bury these things eight inches beneath
the surface. It might have been in
Sir Francis Drake's time, and it
might have been one or two hundred
years before that this place was occu
pied. The place is on lot S, block 2,
Shivoly's Astona, where anyone can
go and see traces of the coal to this
day. The coal would be abundant
but was carried away for blacksmith
purposes yeara ago.
f. M. Siuvbly.
Judgo Truitt, one of the leading
jurists of the state, is in the city. He
has evinced his faith in tho future of
ths seaport of Oregon by making
some largo purchases of city proporty.
Patriotic residents of the Ieha
lem Valley propose to havo a good
time celebrating the Fourth of July,
by a picnic, orations, grand ball, oys
ter supper, etc., at tho Peterson place.
Arrangements havo been made
whereby the workmen on Mrs. Kin
ney's new brick buildiug can work on
the foundation for the new school
house when high water prevents work
on tho Squemoqua street buildiug; a
- -Wm. T. Coleman it Co., of Ssn
Francisco, have purchased the Royal
Soap company's works at Alameda
Point for 20,000. They will be con
verted from soap manufacturing to
borax manipulation, the purchasers
being the owners of extensive mines
of crude borax in Nevada.
On j-esterday's steamer PostiMister
Chance received some uew instruc
tions iu reference to money order bus
iness. Briefly the' amount to this:
After the 2nd of Jury a single domes
tic money order may be issued for
any amount from one cent to $100.
The smallest fee will be eight cents;
the largest for orders exceeding S80,
forty-five cents. Peisons cm send
three money orders on the same- day
to the same payee. The international
money order business stands unaffect
ed. The increase in the facilities for
transacting business through this
important branch of the public service
All Same Astoria.
When the news ranched this city
that the Albany boys had come out
victorious, flags were raised iu differ
ent parts of the city and the fire boll
rang out on the mellifluous air the
joyful tidings that tho Albany firemen
were again on top. A collection was
taken up, and a fine supper ordered
at the Revere house to be ready at
eleven o'clock P. M... at which time
the steamer Isabella whs expected to
return, but we were doomed to dit ip
pointment, for tho boat did not put
in an appearance until a quarter to
one. A large crowd was waiting at
tho wharf when the boat arrived.
After landing the truck, the firemen
adjourned to the Revere house and
partook of an excellent repast, after
which thej retired, perfectly satisfied.
Albany If (raid 'J 1.
'Tis now in order for the Salem
TaU: to growl at Albany for making a
fuss over its returning firemen.
bread and water and SI per day has
caused my husband to make five
thousand explanations. .We lived on
less, and I should like to live those
days over again, for then I had my
husband with me. Mrs. Beecher
says she will be 71 3'ears old on the
26th of August next, bite is ten
months and two days older than her
husband. She was born in 1812 and
ho in 1813. On tho first Sunday of
July next Plymouth church will hold
communion service, ami .Mr. Beecher
will preach, and also on the 8th of
July, when there will be a baptismal
service. The next day he will start
on his journey. lie will lecture in
California, Oregon, and Washington
Territory, and will visit his son,
Herbert Foote Beecher, who has a
residence at Seattle.
11 Westrom, P Castleton, D Wil
soii, M Beoley, A McBeth, McDuff,
Mrs Mcrqnisette Geo Johnson, tteo
Elson, Lily Clark, J P Enton. E
Chapman, Laura Fair, W Stanley,
Messrs. Beagee, Ciaudine, Nieker3.ni,
Ruble, Bert, Short, Trullinger, Good
rich, Mr and Mrs Seoley,- Asher and
Allen, J F McLaughlin, 1 Bergman,
G McXealc, Chas Carter, F Hiugim,
E H Palmer, J McCanti, P Kearney,
J Spencer, Capt Carroll, Messrs Far
mer, Strong, O'flara and Slatter, A E
Birch, Win Kyler, Mrs McQiiinu. A
Adamapple, M O'Dowd, Wm Porter,
Judge Elliott, Mr and Mrs Tackier,
Miss Wallace, S F Lowry, L Peter
son, J A jiurpuy, vm rna'.oii, .)
Holliday. H Korper. J P McCarty, F
Miller, Wm Moulton, Tims Crawley,
J Kclley, 3Ies3rs Takler, Eccles,
Ross, Overton, Cole, Powers, Brown.
Goddard, Hendrickson, Grimes, Hud
son and Gillis.
Alihnu:h we have no jmn-powder explosions, the explosions we are about to make
wnniiprfni rriiictiuiw in Hie nrlces of iroods in e erv department in our store will cl
bounded pleasure toonr natrons, but will caue consternation and dismay In the ranks of
our cointHtltor. Tho ilr4 lKmb$beiI flred Is the balance of
Ariel's Gents' ai Youths' Clotoine and Mkinn Goods.
Boys' Suits from $2.50 up.
Men's Suits from 5.00 up.
' Linen Bosom Shirts from 75 cts. up.
" Underwear from 35 cts. up.
Cotton Socks from 4 cts. up.
" Shaker Socks from 12 1-2 cts. up.
All "Wool Hats from 75 cts.
The second Bombshell
Ladie3 Lisle thread Gloves from 10 cts. up.
Silk Gloves from 25 cts. up.
Cotton Hose from 5 cts. up.
Fireworks and miscellaneous explosions in Dress Goods,
Fancy Goods, Domestics, Millinery, Etc.. at
Sheriff 6'NeiVs Bsaknpt Store,
M. ISAACS & Co., Consignees.
Corner Concomly and MahcStreets, - ASTORIA, OREGON
THE I XL
(lloriOUSlThe Leading Dry Goods
'clothing House of Asiorim.
1 have just received a large consignment of Lace Curtains,. and
Curtain Materials, in the newest designs, and would invite-an- inspect
tion from intending purchasers, confident that for rarity and Low-Prices-
NO SUCH VALUE HAS EVER BEEN OFFERED IN ASHHHA.
Silks and Dross Goods, . '.
We are showing on our Centre Counters a collection of. tho, most"
elaborate and richest Goods ever shown in this City,
AT REMARKABLE LOW PRICES. ;:
All Silk Ehadames,
All Silk Foulards,
All Silk Ottomans,
They all Smiled.
Piled up in the oflico of the gas
company is a largo number of metera
of the most approved mike. These
ingenious arrangements cost from
thirty to forty dollars apiece. In the
comer stands a gas-tester, and every
instrument boforc leaving the oflice is
thoroughly tested, so that tho record
furnished bv the dial may be relied
The British ship Pinmuie, the
largest merchant ship afloat, which
left Su Francisco on the 10th, for
Liverpool, carried 0,000 cases of
stbaon. Of these 2,000 from the
Sacramento are quoted at $0.20 per
case on board. H. D. Hume's 2,000
cases were valued at $5:00. The
figures arc from the S. F. Commercial
The Astokian remarks that a
gentleman visited its sanctum the
other day and laid an 3x10 inch egg,
which weighed three and three-fourth
ounces. The climate of Astoria must
be peculiar. Aeic.
The 2fcic lies an usual. Its
customary display of bad grammar
may be overlooked, but eveu charity
cannot allow falsehood to pass unnoticed.
The New Taeoina Ledgei gives its
readers a "pointer" on the folly of
modest' in mmiing prices fr md es
tate. Boiled down, its advice to the
citizens of that burg is to "cinrh" a
stm ger looking for property, and
make hint pay its possible as well aa
Hanson & Co.'s mill, at Tacoma,
ia averaging about 185,000 feet of
lumber per day. One hundred and
fifty men are employed in tho mill,
about sixty m loading vessels, and
three hundred and ninety at the log
ging camps, which furnish the mate
rial in gross
Lite mail advices report the
London market for salmon quiet, but
it is generally admitted that favorable
weather will improve the consumption
and lead to a better trade later on.
From Liverpool it is reported that the
country demand is improving, and
dealers' sales have been very satis
factory; prices are firmly maintained.
At Bristol all description of canned
gooas are ami at tne moment, ex
cepting salmon, for which there is a
very fair demaud at full prices.
Rescue So. 2.
Eery member of ltcscueXo -j is ic
spectfull y requested to be at the engine
house this evening at eight o'clock
sharp, for company drill.
IIV K.J,. L'AKKKi:.
Formerly it was the custom, more
than at present, to "have up notes"
in this pulpit for tho loss of friends,
etc. A neighboring clergyman on an
exchange read a notice that Mr. A.
desired prayers that the death of his
wife might be sanctified to htm, etc.,
and the clergyman prayed most ear
nestly for the brother sitting lonely
ano desolate in Ins pew, etc. tie no
ticed a rustling in the congregation,
and to his consternation learned that
the note had been shut up iu the bi
ble a year, and the man had his new
wife for the first time in the pew.
The good people smiled.
K. of P. Ball.
Astor lodge Ho. CK. of P. will
give a select ball on July 4th eve. Ar
rangements aro m progress to make it
a social success. Following are the
cemmittees: Com. of arrangements,
A. Campbell, J. C. Lidwell; Printing,
Jay Tuttle, E. D. Curtis; Music, J.
E. Thomas, H. E. Nelson; Invita
tions, J. W. Hume, E. A. Noycs;
Reception, E. J). Curtis, E. A. Noyes,
Jay Tuttle, H. E. Nelson; Floor, J.
C. Lidwell, J. W. Hume, A. Camp
bell, J. E. Thomas.
H Brown, Woody Island; H A
Spayth, LJ Levisohn, A Ascll, E
Haight, T Doig, J Winslow. G W
Birchard, D Huntington, F Foht, J
S Cartnery, D Killapcr, E Cheadlo,
F E Dodge, Portland; G Abernetlry,
Oak Point; II A Mathews, Schr Cous
ins; A Kiser, B Dudley, Sei Milt: W
Soule, South Bend; Y It GahriuS, J
Mcintosh, C Ziepel, Cathlatnet; J
Brown, D Wilson, 0 Carlson, J H D
Gray & son, B R Elliott, E W James
H Miirr.13', C Willi uns, J tl liens n,
City; D Lmdman T S Cmr.in, G Wil
liams, G Bennett, 0 Howard, S F; G
Richardson, Cousins; J H Rogers
Dramatic Co; A Mather, J Wood,
Clackamas; .1 Bollard, Willipa; .Mrs
Bruuell. V B Hayden, Ilwaco; J R
Beagle, J O'Harra, T Speauv, Brook-field.
Steamer Days. I
Following is a resume of sailing
dates for ocean steamers for dune
and July, steamers leaving Astoria
and San Francisco overy three days:
FJtnM A.-mmiA ki:om sax kj:a: Cisco
June) at 10 A. 3t. June
Columliia.TufMlav 2C Oregon ..Tuesday 2U
(Jiieeu .I'ritlav 2)Stnte .........Friday 29
Oregon Mondav :!Columuia.sronday 2
State .TIiutMlay r.JQueen .Thursday 5
Columbia. .Sundnv (Oregon Sunday 8
tlueeii.'Wediicsday lllState Wednesday It
OregonSatun!ay 11 (Columbia-Saturday 14
State Tuedav 17i Queen.. .Tuesday 17
ColumbiaFriday 20 Oresron Friday 20
Queen.. .Monday 23 State.. Monday 23
Oregon Tlmrsdrj 2G' ('olumbiaThuisday 2C
State- Minday 29,Queen Sunday 2a
The receipts of certain articles of Or
egon produce at San Francisco, from
January 1-t, 183:?, to June 'JOth, inclu
sive, nave neen as follews:
Flour, qr .sks 191 330
Wheat. ctLs 2U2X)
Oats, ctls SJ.60C
Salmon, 11N 479
lit bids 1G2
lkjr . 33
Apple. ltipe, bxs . . g,3G0
Kutter. pkp . . -. 95
Potatoes, .iks 2:5.440
Wool, lalc . . . 9,959
Hides. No 20,292
Tallow, pkgs .. .. 7frt
Beef, bbN 9
I fay. bales 23
Fruit, Dried, pkgs
ueai iier, ps;gs,
The Latest Styles.
Among the latest styles may he noted
the very prevalent one of taking Syrup
of Fies instead ot castor oil, pills, salts,
and the other bitter and nauseous reme
dies of former times. It is a very de
cided improvement,as anyone may learn
by getting a bottle from our druggists,
W. E. Deinent&'Co.
Hodge, Davis & Co- wholesale agents,
In Astoria, an Agent for the
LIGHT RUNNING DOMESTIC.
The DOMESTIC with the latk impjiovi:
mkts. is the best Sewinn .Machine the
world lias yetproduced. For terms address
21-lw F. L.TILESTON, Agt. Portland.
Hams, pkfts ....
Cheese, es-. ......
Canned tiooiLs, cs.,
Racfln, cs..... .
Young, middle-aged, or old men,
sutlenug from nervous debility or
kindred affections, should a idress,
with two stamps, for largo treatise,
World's Dispkxsary Medical Asso
ciation, Buffalo, N. Y.
Tlic :Ian IVlio L,:uiglm
Who! Whv! Where! At Carl Ad
ler's. GettheuIJad Boy's Diar," mid
you'll have to get your wife to sew on
the buttons that you shed.
Ice. and Ice Cream "Deli ore!.
Frank Fabry's wagon is now ready to
deliver ice. or icr- cream to any part of
the city, during the day.
J. H. Rogers arrived yesterday
with hit all star dramatic cempany:
the brass band riding through the
principal -streets. The company com
prises Holmes Graver, Jr., and Mies
JfayDeLome, Darrell Yinton, Lewis
d Lulu Catlctt, Mis Nellie Thorn
tej 3ia Annio Merton, Geo. Sher
wood, J. C. Miller, C. H. Roberts,
Ctac Brady and Robert Fenton.
Drill Hits evening at S o'clock shaip;
full attendance requested.
I 15. F.MIKIKO.V,
Rogers All Star Dramatic company
began a brief iramatic season at Lib
erty Hall last evening; the play was
"The James BoyB," in which the
troupe had full opportunity to display
their ability. The spAaal scenery
was a notable feature and the play
was acted in a most realistic manner.
To-night the attractive dramas '-Phoenix,
or Back from the Grave," will be
presented. Reserved seats at "the
City book store. i
A Chicago Merchant's Experience
After I had become almost akin and
bono, with neither strength, appetie
nor ambition left, and the doctors
couldn't help me, two bottles Parker's
Ginger Tonic cured me completely.
M. B. Westcott, Lamp M'f'r,Chicao.
Dinner at "J EFFSCHOP HOUSE
every day at 5 o'clock- The best2."i cent
meal in town; soup. Gsh, seven kinds of
meats, u'eetaoles. pie, puuunitr, etc. A
glass of S. F. Ueer, French Claret, tea or
couee lucumeu. All who nave tried
him say Jeff is the "HOSS."
If you T.ilic
Xew rooms, new furniture, new, clean
beds and a quiet placo to sleep co to the
() K Lorisimr House, corner West nth
and Water irtrecK opposite Frank Fa
Important Xotfce to Fislicrnien
MEFF," of the CHOP HOUSE, will
cive you the BEST 25-cent meal In town
for rash. Board by the week S5, in ad
vance. .Meals at any hour, day or night.
hor the brain and nervo is what wo
need in these days of rush and worry.
Paiker'a Ginger Tonic resiores the vi
tal energies and brings good health
and joyous spirits quicker than any
thing you can use. Tribune.
17UVK HUNDRF.D CORDS DRV HEM
? lock Wood, which I will deliver at the
houses of customers for $4 a cord.
" Dmyinff or all kinds done at reasonable
rates. K. It. MARION.
A ( ACRES LAND 2 J 3IILES FROM AS
tcv toria. on the John Day river, at $K per
acre it sold soon. Thts ts a cood purchase
for any one desirin;: a small farm.
D.VELLING HOUSE, PARTLY
furnished in a desirable locality.
Inquire of MRS. MALCOLM.
A SMALL nOUSE CONVENIENTLY SIT-
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FROM AND
after this date, the 2tst day of June, 1883.
Job Ross Is the only authorized azent. and
proper person to apply to for the use on oc-
iiaiiuii ui Lriuenj naii,m low cuy oiiYMona.
Clatsop County, Ogn.
Done by order ot the Board of Directors.
Y. I. McEWAN.
niHE PARTNERSHIP BUSINESS BE-
twceii Henry Forchen. and Martin Han
son, in the old Dew Drop In saloon, has been
dissolved by mutual consent, and all bills
due are pa able only to M. Hanson, at the
Astoria. Juno l&lh, 1883. lOt
THERE WILL BE A TEACHERS PUB
11c Examination in the Superintendents,
oflice, opposito tho Catholic church, com
mencing at 0 o'clock, Friday, and Saturday,
June2sJ. and 30. 19S3.
Rooms to Let.
KOOMS SUITABLE FOR LIGHT HO USE
kecplng, furntshed or unfurnished, or
single rooms at MRS. TWILIGHT'S. 7-lm
CX.O.&ZS, v ..
"We are now showing the Largest and most Elegant LinJrofL,-
dies' Cloaks and "Wraps ever brought to this City.
Trimmed with Lace, Fringe, and Gimp. "
Black Silk Dolmans, - y
Lined and Trimmed with Guipure" Lace and Gimp. ,.
Fine Brocaded Satin Dolmans,
Handsomely Trimmed with Chenille Fringe.
Walking Jackets, Mantles, Ulsters and Dusters.
All Sizes and Colors.
CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS DXPAATMBJCT-
We are showing, without doubt, the largest, and most complete
stock of Mens', Youths', and Boys' Clothing ever brought to AstorU
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
Lowest Prices in Astoria.
a H. COOPER,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BUILDING, ASTORIA. .
IIa Ing received the most complete line of Gents Furnishing Goods eyer opeaed im
Astoria, I shall offer to buyers the choicest Neckwear, Underwear, Dress S$urts;FT
Shirts, White Vests, Linen Dusters, Alpaca, Coats, etc., etc.
At the Very Lowest Prices ! -7
The Largest Assortment of Straw Hats, All the letdfif
styles in Soft, Stiff and Flexible Hats
Full stock of Clothing.including fine Prince Albeipats in BUck and Mm
The Tailoring department comprises the largest stock of imported Cloths,
Oassimeres, Worsteds, Tweeds, etc.
D. A. McINTOSH,
TAILOR, CLOTfflER, HATTER and GENTS FURNISHER.
FraukFabrc's Oy.stcr and 'Iioi
Tlioe wishing a uicc plate of Eastern or
Shoahvater bay oysters cooked in any
style, or an early breakfast before going
aboard the boat, should call ami we
him. Fresh Eastern and Shoahvater
bay oysters received by eery steamer.
Apply to G.A. Stinson. A good work
man can get good wages.
At Carl Atllcr.
'Tcck's Had Boy,' '-Confessions of a
Bashful Man,r and all the new and pop
ular books. Every book of any note i e
ceived as fast as published.
Immediately, to take care of an Infant.
Enquire ot A. Y. Allen.
Foreign Salmon Shipments
.June Rycvale, Liverpool, Scandi
navian 2000, Ocean 2000, W Hume 2000,
Geo Jlume 1000, Tt Adams 2000, Astoria
1000. 1 X L 2000, Geo T Myers 1714, Jas
vniuanis oi., union z-mu, joo Jiumej
1200. Pillar Itock 2004. Fisherman's 2000,
S D Adair 2000, .1 A Devlin MOO, White
Star 2000, J O Hanthorn 1000, Seaside
1000, S Elmore 1000, Pacific Union 1000,
Aberdeen 2000, Columbia 200, total 37003
Are yon made miserable by Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
appetite. Yellow Sinn ? Shiloh's Yital
iur is a positive cure. For sale by W.
-"llaeknietack." a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 25 ana 50 cents.
Sold by W. E. Dement.
The Peruvian svniD 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, setn w.ivowif
Averiirs .mixed paints, the best in
use. for sale at J. V. Conn,s drug store,
opposite Occident Hotel.
Brace up the whole system with King
of the Blood. See Advertisement.
Leinenweber & Co.,
C. I.KINKXTVKBKR. H. BBOW-V.
TAMERS AKD CDMRIES,
Manufacturers and Importers ot
4 LL KINDS OF
Wholesale Dealers In
OIL AND TALLOW.
TO TRADE WITH ME !
SeasifleBatery & Confectionery.
"W JtLX. ?
Because my Goods are the Best,
and Always Fresh.
Cakes Candles etc., fundshedfor "Wedding
parties, on short notice, and guaranteed to
givtf perfect satisfaction.
Cake ornamenting a specialty.
Opposite . W. Hume's.
For the genuine J. II. Cutter old
Bourbon, and the best of wines. liquors
and San Francisco beer, call at the Gem
opposite the bell tower, and see Campbell.
Where so fast rov friend ?
Frank Fabre's for a pan roat.
For a Hicat Fitting Boot
Or Shoe, go to P. .I.Goodmans, on Cbe
namus street, next door to L W. Case.
All goods of (he best make and guaran
teed quality. A full stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom work.
Go to the O. K. Lodging House
corner Vest-9tli and Water streets.
Have Wistar's balsam of wild cherry
always at hand. It cures coughs, colds,
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in
fluenza, consumption, and all throat and
lung complaints, r-0 cents andSSl a bot
Shiloli's Catarrh Remedy a posi
tivc cure for. Catarrh, Diptheria and
Canker Mouth. Sold by W. E. Dement.
A Nasal Injector free with each
bottle of Shiloli's Catarrh Remedy
j'nee ro cents, anict ay w. i. uement
Demand it, and take no other iron
preparation except Brown's Iron Bit
ters. It i3 the best.
eyillghest casll price paid for Hides and
aJEFF. of the CHOP HOUSE
is now ready to manufacture Ice Cream
to order in any quantity for Balls. Socia
bles, Private IIouso, etc, and having
tne uesuacmties or any place in town
guarantees to give satisfaction. Ice
constantly on hand and for sale.
Make yourself healthy aud strong.
Make life happy by usiug Brown's i Delicious Ice Cream at Frank Fa-
Iron Bitters. !urcs-
-The ReT.Geo. II. Thayer, of Bon J JJff' yhfuPlrance
bon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife secured by using Parkers Hair Balsam
oweour lives tobmnon's Coxsumption , " are getting gray.
Cube." Sold uy w. E. Dement.
Suiloh's Cure will immediately
relievo Croup, whooping! cough and
Bronchitis. Sold by
Foi Dj-spepsiaandLiver Complaint,
you have a printed jniarantee on every
bottle of Shlloh's Yitalizer. It never
rails to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement,
Wilson & Fisher,
Iron, Steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
WKOUGIIT AND CUT GALVANIZED
Kails, Copper Sails ami Burrs,
Shelf Hardware; Paints and Oils
Rubber and Hemp Packing of all Kinds.
FI.OUK A2f yOUL FJEE1.
AgenU for Salem Flouring Mills.
Cornpr Chenamus andHamilton Streets
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
At Capt. Holers old stand, comer of Cass
and Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made ami repaired. Good work
nn YOU SEEN
OUR SPLENDID STOCK
j CARPETS, j
j UPHOLSTERY, j
I WALL PAPER, j
Bills of Lading, j
Manifests, Etc. :
Mortgages, Warranty Deedi.
The Astorian Office
Any blank or form not In stock, will fe
printed to order.
Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Kectlpt BMka.
Fish Talleys, Cards, Tags, and cobumnUI
paper ot all kinds printed to ordr at
The Astorian Job Offio.
We hare for sale ,
MONROE'S Celefcrmte Tke,
"Which are acknowledged by all Loggers to
be the BEST IN THE bTATE.
0-WABBANTED NOT TOCHBCK.
d wlm WILSON & FISHBB, Astoria
Potest Stylos. Iu Furniture?
ED. D. CURTIS & CO.
OI V Galllck's Old Stand.)
Hae some elcsntt designs In the above
mentioned goods which they will be pleased
tn show the public.
ETerytblng new aud tasteful.
L. K. G. SMITH,
Importer and wholesale dealer iu t
Clznr and Tebaceen, Snefeen ArtlrK
FlaylHZ Cards, CuUrrt3&ty v-
tloaery. Et. "' "
The largest and flTiost stock of 1LKK-
SCHAUil and AMUEtt UOOD.-i In the .
Particular attention paid to orders frca
the couutry. . . , ,
Chenamui Street, Astoria. Oregon.
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
IS IN THE FIELD AND PBOF08ES TO
We will take orders for lumber fro 199
to 500 JL, at the mill or delivered.
We also manufacture lath aad shlaglea at
Floorings Specialty .
Address all orders ,-
WESTPOBI Ttfn.Ti CO
s C, Bsx:orSK
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