Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1883)
-..SEPTEMBER 20, 1833
The Slate is due this morning.
xays ana niguts aoout equal in
Jno. Adair Jr., is in the citj.
Ho goes to Victoria on Saturday.
Thoi e will be a sociable at the
house of Mrs. F. W. Sherman next
-Villar.l has to pay eleven hun-
drcd thousand dollars in New York
to-day. No wonder he declines to talk
railroad at present.
- Seattle has 24 physicians, 54 law
yers, 24 clergymen, four banks, two
undertakers, nine schoolhonsca. 77
saloons, and polls 925 votes.
The Seattle Herald and Post-
r ijit: . i. : .j J). A I
insirer eacu isurcu
edition on the occasion of the visit
of Villard and party to their city.
On the 29th inst., E. C. Iiolden
will sell at public auction lot 12, blk,
2. Shivclv's Astoria, with the build
ings thereon, household furniture, etc.
A strong east wind blew yuster-
daj and little pull's of smoke here and
there in the timber showed that the
fires still smoldered despite the
showers of the pact two weeks.
-The Ocklahama brought down a
bargo load of lumber for the 0. II. &
X. dock yesterday morning. Work
on the structure is now progressing as
fast as the tine weather would war- j
The Wide West, still gay with
flags and cvorgreons, combined tho
useful and ornamental in an eminent
degree yesterday morning by towing a
barce for the Mt. Waslrinaton to
Beginning next Saturday tho
ZTouHimHeer will make daily trips to
Ft. Canby and Ilwaco, leaving Wilson
& Fisher's dock at S a. m. U. Petit
is the master and jniarantees safe de
livery of freight.
lne visiting journalists raised a
purse of 1,000 for tho family of
Smith, the unfortunate waiter who
fell from the Wide Weil and v
drowned at Kalama. It was a gener
ous and characteristic act.
"Things to be abominated" will
be the title of the lecture to be de
livered by B. S. McLafiertj at the
Baptist church next Sunday evening
the first of a series of Sunday
night lectures on topics concerning
Seattle claims to pay out $768,
i M every year to men employed in
manufactories at that flourishing city.
Astoria pays moro than twice that
much annually; tho money, as in the
caso of Seattle, going into direct circu-
The new school house presents a
very fine appearance and from the
bay is one of the most prominent ob
jects in the city. There will be a
meeting noxt Saturday afternoon at
two o'clock to determine fnture action
in regard io the building and to
authorize the directors to negotiato a
P. M. Linquist who came down
from Knappa on business last Tuesday
was taken dangerously ill with an af
fection of the heart that night, his
symptoms being so alarming that his
family was sent for, Laet evening he
was better with fair probabilities for
- -James 1. 1. ivmgsoury, who ar
rived in San Francisco on tho Colum
bia last Tuesday, from Portland,
dropped dead as the steamer ap
proached the wharf. Deceased, it is
stated, was a resident of Milwaukee,
and was engaged as a traveler for an
eastern tobacco firm.
The Walla Walla arrived in from
San Francisco at noon yesterday with
one of the largest cargoes that ever
crossed the bar, somewhere in the
neighborhood of 3,000 tons. On her
decks were largo mains for tho Port
land water company. She put off 115
tons of general merchandise for As
toria and started cast.
The party of men which D. P.
Thompson has Jiad employed fishing
out the submerged water pipe got
through yesterday. It was an ugly
job; when the O. R. & N. ock burn-
ed, the pipe Icli through along with
other material in several fathoms of
water, and it is this that he has been
since engaged in raising to the sur
face. All but seventy-five pieces is
in pretty good shape, and lias been
put in position. With the exception
of a strip of ground between John
Day's and the Burnside place, the pipe
is now laid from Bear creek to tho
eastendof the roadway. Progress
has been necessarily slow, but the
, .... , .
pieco as yet uniaid win oe begun nest
week. "106 irom the at. Jjucxe is
being distributed around the city,
and next v.cek will see the work be
gun of laying it down in the streets.
Good Stautl to Kent.
Rooms suitaWc for a barber shop and
bath, or for other purposes can be had
of h. I. Johnson, on the Roadway.
Soiree at Pythian JJall this Evening
at s o'ciocK.
Ten Years Ago.
In cities on the Atlantic coast a de-
! cade of years brings few changes in
comparison to those which that brief
period of time occasions in the fast
growing cities by these sunset seas.
To chronicle the sayincs and doinss
of an Astoria decado agone would be
like waking the remotest echoes.faint
ly heard and fa3t falling asleep.
In quest of information for a legal
friend yesterday wo handed down
The Astokiax for Sept. 20th 1873,
just ten years ago. In those days
Tue Astoria was published in the
building which used to creak and
,WT thn crrf fW. it nrmt
quarters, the site of which is now oc-
cupied by a massive brick structure
with plated columns and plate glass
windows o'er topping our less preten
tious cilice. I). j. Ireland, now
editor and proprietor of that ab!o
trade journal, the Commercial Herald,
of Portland, was in those davs the
presiding genius, and got up a first
rate paper. In the'isauc before us we
notice a good deal that could be said
as well now as when it was first ut
tered, an.l a great deal that tends to
remind one of things almost wholly
forgotten. Sow 3 had just arrived of
the failure ot Jay Uooke, which is
considered disastrous "to Oreon and
Washington Territory; the Seattle
Dispatch and Intclliqcnccr are to be
consolidated "in the interest of the
people against monopolies." Editori
al comment is made on the folly of
political blackguardism, aud the fact
that there is or was but twelve feet of
water at the mouth of the Willamette,
while there is twenty-four feet of
wator from Astoria to the ocean, is
duly announced and justly commented
upon. The abiding fact that ships of
proper draught can get to Astoria and
cannot get to Portland is made clear,
and existing necessity for harbor sur
veys is made as plain.
The local new3 i3 somewhat meager,
out the lielu ol ten years ago was
somewhat circumscribed. In those
day, where the Occident Hotel stands
marked the water line; there was little
west of where the Custom house
stands and les3 east of the O. R. & N.
dock. Business is reported good, and
a society of laborers noted. A schoo
ner has loaded at Ovstorvillo for San
Francisco, and Dr. Welch is down
from Portland on a professional visit.
The bark Gemtm has arrived out,
wheat laden, and the Clara Louise has
sailed for Honolulu with lumber and
sundry kits of palmon. The crew of
tho Otaqo has tried to desert, and the
fact that a new pile 'driver has been
built is instanced as a proof that all
hands are awake.
The regular weekly steamer is ad
vertised for and from San Francisco,
and also the tri-weckly boat from
Portland. The Gumc Telfair leaves
. , 0 j j
twice a month for Pugct Sound, and
tho Vanaut ihrno timM :i wcok for
torta and Ualijomia are xnJotmg on
tho bar, and the Bioop Mary 11. runB
daily to Skipanon. There are but two
secret societies; the Odd Fellows aud
Masons, and the only churches men
tioned are the Congregational which
is being painted, and Grace church.
Charley McGuire is sick at Wostport
with cholera morbus and JJr. lunsey
is in business on itiaiu street, a
whale has been stranded at Oyeter-
ville. and two tnm cods caught on
one hook bv Ed. Hallock at Chinook.
The advertisements are largely from
Portland, though the few mercantile
houses in Astoria at that time aro lib
eral patrons. Of ninety-three adver
tisenients in tho issue before us, for
ty-seveu aro of Portland morchants;
no one item atfords greater contrast
between tne Astoria ot ten vears
ago and the Astoria of to-day than
The Columbia river pilots advertise
their oflice corner Main and Chena-
mus street, with u. o. v right as
agent; they wore then Phil Johnson,
3f. M. Gilman. H. A. Snow, P. E.
Ferchen, and Granville Reed. S. N.
Arrigoni advertises the Occident
hotel, and Liencnweber & Brown
then, as now, made a superior quality
of hemlock tanned leather. H. B.
Parker is iustice of the peace, A.
Van Dusen notary public and I. W.
Case's store is headquarters for gener
al merchandise. C. H. Bain i3 build
ing houses: iiobson & Warren arc
supplying ships and selling meats and
produce, and S. D. Adair advertises
an assessment of twenty-five per cent.
on the .banners Dock company.
Nearly ail these gentlemen are still in
active ana prosperous business in tne
1 city they helped to start
esimm is running tor
congress against Hiram Smith and the
Oregonxan bolts the ticket and en
dorses Rev. E. R. Geary as an inde
pendent candidate. Ben Holladay la
building a tug boat and cougars aro
destroying sheen at Knappton.
The value of town lot. is set down
! at S231.47G (the value of town lota
I. , . . ., , ,, . ,
has '-nz since men; ana me total
value ot all tazabie property m the
county is set at $574,594. The little
paper is exponent c tho tirces and
haDDens on this mornins's issuo of
Tue Daily Astoruk wo hone he
will be as favorably impressed.
Two front rooms for rent. Inquire
at Mrs. Munsons.
v ' owuieJ u "lu a
vwy PIBaaaafc Keuuuuiau, anu 0
hM 8aid ome very amnsinC thinS8 m
the magazines ana out ot them con-
corning Astoria, has given us fresh
cause fur mirth by an account of his
'At Astoria the Wide West was
met in a disjointed kind of a way by
tho various members of the chamber
of commerce, each of whom captured
one or more of the guests and drove
them in trumph round the place.
"I did not know," said one of the
party afterwards, "that there was
such a rivalry between Astoria and
Portland;" and "Nor did I," I
answered; but certainly the good folks
of Astoria had managed to convey the
impression to their visitors that ibe-
tween them and the people of Port
land existed the moat violent jealousy.
The jealousy, I had to explain, was
chiefly on one side, aud the guests
said they thought it was curious that
they had not heard anything about it
in Portland. However, Astoria is
certainly an attractive place enough,
with its queer straggling look, built as
it 13 half over the water and half
hill side, and if Portland does not
care to recognize her as a rival she
may well bo proud to have her w a
hsMor and a sister city, and tho j.
more Astoria exerts herself to emulate
Portland, the bigger and better place
it will become, it
is a beneficial I
fiction this rivalry."
Following is given the retail prices
at which groceries and provisions are
at present selling in Astoria: Butter,
ou cents a row: eggs, w cents s
dozen; cheese, 20 cents a pound;
fresh pork, 15 cents; beef, 121 to 20;
mutton, 12h to 15; veal, 12i to 15;
chickens, 75 cents; cabbage 2 to 3
cents; carrots, 2; string beans, 4;
peas, 5; onions, 2; corn, 30; tomatoes,
5 cents; ham, 17 to 20 cents; bacon 16
to 18 cents; corned beef,
10 cents; I
IarJ. 14 cents; flour, $5.25; oats, SL10
Pcr cwtJ "ay Wi ground barley,
S1.75 per cwt; bran, S1.25 per ton
u. v. ivnowie3, ot Astoria, was
crossing the ferry in company with
Van De Lashmutt and several other
gentlemen, and being taken for Vil
lard by tho ferryman, was respectfully
informed that "no ferriage would be
charged." East Portland Vindicator.
-jSothmg is more easy than to
grow rich. It h to trust nobody, to
befriend none, to got evcr'thing and
save all jou get, to stint ouraelve3
and everybody belonging to us, to be
the friend of no man and to have no
iinnn inforoaf f mo... Tv.;..Wa
.wwjk vu ww ub&t i
ana ceipisea, lor some twenty or tmrty
years, ana ncnes win come as surely
as aisease ana disappointment. And
when pretty near enoueh wealth is
collected by a disregard of all the
chanties of the human heart, and at
the expense of every enjoyment, save
t"E oi mauigiug in miaeraoie racan-
and the body is buried in a hole, tho
heirs rejoice over it, and tho spirit
A Fatal Mistake
would bo not to take Dr. II. V.
Pierce's "Golden Modical Discnvprv"
;f rmi irA liiimno ofr..r.rr rnm
J " -""IH0 "uu "
pure blood or fearing consumption
by all druggists.
Iiares, LaceH, Xtace.
at Pracl Bros. Empire Store: all stjies
and prices, borne tine qualities.
Jiadles Buylus for Fall Wear
should see those handsome goods and
trimmings at the umpire btore.
Ucst Custom Work. Roots and Slioes,
Can be "had at I. J. Arvold s, next to
Citv Hook Store. Ladies and uentlemen
call there for tne finest fitting boots and
shoes, and lowest prices. J'enect lit
Oysters, Oysters, Oyster,
nf. tlw Astnrin fivster dnnnt? ir stew.
fry, pan roast, or raw at Frank Fabres.
For a IScat Fitting Boot
Or Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che-
nainus street, next door to J. w. uase-
All goods of the best make and guaran
teed miaiuy. aiuiisiock: new goous
constantly arriving, uustoin work.
When You Come to Astoria
and want a nice pan roast, go to Frank
Faore s, at his old stand.
Fragran t Coffee
to cheer and comfort, at Frank
at his old stand.
Time, labor and risk by subscribing at
Carl Adicr's for whatever newspaper or
magazine you want
The Empire Store
has rc-onened and displays some hand
some dress gooas.
nf Mnnt o onA lino3 f mm pfiufnrn liinmi -
factories to Astoria, via the Northern
T- t ...til i-nol fV- I I
SilkM, Satins, Dress Goods,
at Prael Bros.
day from 5 to 8. Soups, fish, eight kinds
, of meat. ve?etalilp-s. nip;. lmndincrs. coi-
fee te Yine.S F beer or milk. Din-
ner 'So cents.
"OI ' 1 T - X
Rogers Rros. plated -ware and Wost-
ennonn cutlery at Jordan & Bozorth si
The weak, -worn, and dyspeptic
should take Coltjen's Liquid Heep
Tonic. Ash for CoWcn's, of druggists.
Notice to Oregon Pioneers-
Salem, Sept. J8, 1SS3.
All members of the Oregon Pioneer
Association who desire to accompany
lhe excur3ion psrty which is expected
to lcave portland for the east by the
Xorthern Pacific railroad on the 2d
day of October 1883, may apply, in
person, to tho secretary in Salem, for
certificates, up to Tuesday evening,
the 27th inst. The officers of the
railroad company require that each
shall have a certificate signed by the
president and secretary, and also the
proper signatures of the excursionists.
The form of the certificate furnished
by the railroad company is. as fol
lows: OREGON PIOKESK SOCIETY.
I certify that M
the bearer, whose signature is written
in the margin hereof, is a member of
the Oregon Pioneer Society, in good
standing, and ii entitled to reduced
rates of transportation for himself and
female relatives from Portland,
Oregon, to aud re
For the convenience of excursionists
the president and secretary of the as
sociation will be at the Hulton house.
in the city of Portland, on Saturday
the 29th inst., and on the following
Monday, when members may receive
the foregoing certificates. No certifi
cate can be issued unless appliod for
in person by the member who desires
to use it. It is important that mem
bers should be in Portland on Satur-
day the 29th inst
it will not be
possible for all to receive certificates
and procure tickets in one dy.
J. Y. N2SM1T1X,
T. B. Ouexkal, President.
With special and most gratifying
success l UBed at. Jacobs UH for a
severely sprained knee. It was cured
in ton days, and I canuot say too much
in praise of the Taluable Biibstauce,"
says Mr. S. S. Rhody, of tliq M. C,
R. R., cor. Pago
and Railroad ats.
A Juicy IlccfMculc
cooked to perfection is what you can
get at Frank Pabrc's.
Duplex Galvanic Belts.
Persons wishing to purchase them
will call on J. W. Conn, who is agent
for them, at his Drug Store opposite Oc
Dinner at '-JEFF'CHOP HOUSE
every day at 5 o clock. The UesfJo cent
meal in town: soup. Gsh, seven kinds of
meats, vegetables, pic, pudding, etc. A
w"3 -t ' ' 'V L"i
nntlnn nstl ulm I A II liTr tfirwl
him sav Jeff is the "BOSS
Itoscoe Dixon's new eating house
is now open. Everything lias been fit-
ted up in first-class style, and his well
k"owln reputation as a caterer assures
all who like good things to cat, that at
i,js piaC0 they can be accommodated.
A Xasal Injector free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy
Price 50 cents. Sold by V. E. Dement
Why will you cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
lOctsSOctsaudSl. Sold by W.E. De
biuioh s Uatarrli Remedy a posi
i;,.a mm Vl. f'.torrl! Til., Iw.-T.. ,wl
cinker Mouih. Sold by W. E. Dement.
"iiackmetack, a lasting and mi
grant perfume. Price 25 and Wi cents.
Sold by W. E. Dement.
Hale's Honey of Hoiieiiouxu
and Tak overpowers the most trouble
Pikes Toothache Dkoivs cure in
The best medicine of the age for
quickly curing indigestion, nervous
ness, etc., is Drown s Iron Jiitters.
-For Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint,
you nave a printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never
fails to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
pertumery, and toilet articles, etc- can
ue bought at the lowest prices,
Conn's drug store.
The Peruvian syrup has cured thou
nmcauuuiiih uiu v
sia. debility, liver complaint, boifs. luu
mors, temaie complaints, etc. I'amjm
lets free to any address. Seth" W. Fowlr
Brace up the whole system with Kiug
or tne uioon. ee Advertisemwiu
The finest flavored Ice Cream at
Frank Fabres, Odd Fellows building.
Shiloh's Cuke will immediately
relieve Croup, whooping cough and
Bronchitis. Sold by W. E. Dement.
Kor the genuine J. II. Cutter old
Bourbon, and the best of wines, liuuor
and San Francisco beer, call at the Gem
opposite the bell tower, and see Camp
Notice to Stockholders
I. X. L
millS IS TO NOTIFY STOCKHOLDERS
JL that one-half of a share of stock will be
1 sold. Anv stockholder wishlmr to buy same
maicc n Known oeiore uci. i. nxt.
Astoria, Sept. 15, 1833,
County Treasurer's Notice.
THERE IS MONEY IX THE COTCTCY
Treasurv to nav all County Orders pre
sented nrlor to October 13th. 1882. All such
orders win cease io uraw interest aiier mis
date. . .
Tre:is. Clatsop County,
Astoria, August 20th. 1833.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE'
time for the completion of the assess
ment roll of Clatsop county ior 1SS3. has
been extended to the last Monday, the 25th
day of September. 1883 ; and at that time
said roll will be completed and in the liauds
of the Board of Equalization, at the court
house in said county when all persons Inter
ested are required to appear and make ob
jections to such assessment and roll If any
they have. r r .
Astoria, Sept. i, 1883
County Assessor aatsop Co., Ogn.
Time. Labor and Risk, in
BY SUBSCRIBING WITH
Subscriptions received for any Periodical
In the world.
Special rates If several Papers and Maga
zines are ordered at once.
Prices of periodicals given on application.
It will certainly pay you to call before sub-
scnuing or jiiving an oruer lor your periodi
cal reading matter.
Order Early and Save Delay.
G. H. BAIN & CO.
Doors. Windows.. Blinds, Transoms
Turning, Bracket Work.
.V specialty, and all work guaranteed.
Oak. Ash, Bay, and Walnut lumber : Ore
gon and Port Orford Cedar.
All kinds of boat material on hand.
C. II. UAIX & CO.
o.4. First St., - - Portland. Oregon.
Clothing made at reasonable prices,
and satisfaction guaranteed.
The Astoria Passenger Line
WILL AFTER THIS DATE HAVE ITS
headquarters at its Stables next to B.
B. Franklin's, two doors below Tiik Asto-
nr ax office, birst-class Livery service. Carts
with horse furnished, for one dollar per
nour. iTarnaires on application
The Astoria Passenger Line Hacks will
leave for Toper Astoria from the stables.
Hores taken to board
.MBS. T. O'BPJKX
Scarf Pins. Chains, WatcheSj
Of every description.
The finest stock of Jewelry in Astoria.
SSFWH soods warrantedasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
to Taxpayers of
District No. 1 8.
mill? SCHOOL TAX FOR SCHOOL DIS-
JL trict No. IS. Clatson county, state of Or
egon. Is now due, and the School CTerk will
be lounu at Ms ollice on west cm street.
near Wall street, to receive and receipt for
Taxes unnaid after sixty davs from the
iiate en tins nonce wiu dc ueunquent.
Save extra coat and nay vour tax.
C. V. SHIVELY.
Clerk School District No. IS.
iVstoria. Sept. 5, 1SS3. scpt6-lm
Notice to the Public.
LI.PARTIKSTXIIEnTKn TO ME AltE
IX untitled that I have placed my accounts
In the hands nf Shelman E. Morton, lor col
tVny account remaining unpaid alter tho
Mh of tins month will be handed to my at
torney for legal action thereon.
7VTOTICE IS nF.KIvBV GIVEN THAT THE
JL1 undersigned has been appointed Dy the
county court of the county of Clatson.
in the .state of Oregon, administrator
oi me esiaic oi uazen a. rarKcr, ue
ceased ; all persons having claims against
said estate are hereby requested to present
the same to the undersltmed at his oulce on
Clienanius M.. near corner oi uentoii at.. m
the city of Astoria. In said county, within
six liioiuns irom imi iixie.
W. W. PAKKEIJ,
Adiiimi5trator of the Estate of
ILizeu A. l'arker. deceased.
Astoria. Aiht. 30. 181. d&wSt
OEASIUE LODGE NO. 12. A. O. U. W BE-
kj intr about to move tueir louce room, oner
for sale some substantial furniture, conslst-
ing of tables, chairs, desks, carpet, etc Any
one wishing to buy can examine the fuml-
tur oy applying to ine commiiiee.
tf U. HART WIG.-
IO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. ALL
. wKons pleking up cargo jettisoned
from steainshlu "cjneen of the Pacific," are
Hereby notmeu to ueuver same at u. ic. s
N. Co. 's Main street dock, file their claims
for salvase aim taKu receipts ior coons ue-
Hvered. Persons nlckinz un tills nronerty
are known and are hereby warned that they
will be prosecuted if aoove is not complied
wiin. i- a. ru tLs.
6tf Aueu; Oregon Railway & Nav. Co.
TTIIVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY HEM-
i1 lock Wood, which I will deliver at the
houses of ciLstomers for S4 a cord.
Draying or all kinds done at reasonable
rates. iu a. .uiuiiun.
P0R LONDON DIHECT ! !
The splendid iron Barque Al
C3S Tons Ccslslcr,
in cases for the above named port In lots
to Hint Ktupners. and having large en
gagements will be ntilckly dispatched.
For terms of freight and insurance apply
SIBSON. CHURCH & Co..
ur io r. i- uiiE.mii, Asiona.
The new Steamer
TOR SAILING DATES AND PARTICTJ
J? lars apply to J. G. HUSTLER, Alain
street Wharf, Astoria : ALLEN & LEWIS,
romanu ; j . ifc sruKY Tillamook.
0. H. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Special Announcement !
Clothing Sous of Astoria,
For the next 10
liberal discount on all goods bought to
the amount of 10.00 and over previous
to the arrival of our
I Fine Silks and Velvets Reduced,
Fine French and English Dress Goods
Blankets and Flannels Reduced,
Hosiery and Underwear Reduced.
Our stock of
Dress Suits reduced,
Business Suits reduced,
Gents' Fine Underwear reduced,
Hats and Caps reduced,
Boots and Shoes reduced.
O. H. COOPER,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BUILDING, ASTORIA.
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
At Capt. Bogers old stand, corner of Casa
ana uourt bireets.
Shin and Cannery work. Horseshoelnc.
Wacons made and renaired. Good work
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
IS IN THE FIELD AJfD PROPOSES TO
We wUl take orders for lumber from 1C0
to 600 JL, at the mill or delivered.
we also manufacture lata and smngies or
Plooring a Specialty .
Address all orders
WESTPORT MILL CO.
3. C, Bexnek, Supt.
New Styles in Hats!
line CletMni ani Rents' ftrnisMng &oois
Received at the Occident Store.
D. A. McINTOSH,
I T1 A IT .O T? p.T nTRTTOR TTATTTilT?
I ' j
I B?B &J
1 I f2
days we will make a
fall and winter oods.
Clothing and Gents'
tne largest m tne
TO TRADE WITH MM !
Seaside 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 r. XV. JIume's.
Largest Stock and Finest Goods
r.A R-TilNTR T?TTR"NTTSP1"RT?.
Ed. D. Curtis & Co.
STYLE AND FINISH.
A COMPLETE STOCK.
S. B. CROW,
Corner Benton and Squemoqua Streets,
East of the Court Housa.
Astoria, ... - Orege