The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, November 07, 1883, Image 3

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ASTORIA, OREGON:
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBEK7, lSS
Snow :it The Dalles last Snlnrd.iv.
Gapt. AJ. Strewn witi command
the now Shoaiwstcr JJay boat Hunter.
Considerable wheat is being trans
ferred across the Cohirabia to the
Sound.
Portltmd is import tng ifjgs from
St. Pl, buttor from Elgin, and ham
from Philadelphia.
The oyster business at Shoalwator
bay is picking up; the present season
is a prosperous one.
Nathan Jone3 is back from the
Coquille. IIo reports a prosperous
season at Gctcholl's cannery.
It is rumored in Portland that
Judge Stott wiil resign at New Years
and practice his profession.
Miss Clara Woods got $4000 dam
ages in a breach of promise suit against
Dr. G. H. Davis, in Portland, last
Monday.
Clark Loughrey is circulating
around these days, ready and willing
to accommodate auy one that want a
tux receipt.
The stockholders of the Wash
ington Packing company will hold
their annual meeting at len o'clock
this morning.
The editor of the Roseburg Plain
jlcalcr will eat any squash that beats
a 142i pound one raised or grown
near Canvonvillc.
Mr. George Werner, the enter
prising business manager of the Gris-mer-Davies
troupe, leaves thi3 morn
ing for Olympia, Tacoma and Seattle.
The wife of J. J. Findlayson was
beaton to death with an ax near Al
bauy. Linn county, last Saturday.
Her missing fifteen -year old stepson is
suspocted.
By the last steamer arrived a
large quantity of desks and furniture
for school district No. Vs now build
ing. The directors intend to have it
second to none in tho northwest.
The scenery along the lower Co
lumbia is of a nature that elicits the
warmest admiration. The banks arc
linod with foliage that glow in
flame and gold and crimson, while
high or up, the stately dark green firs
and fluted basaltic cliffs Jond fitting
back ground lines to the brilliant
hues.
H. L Scott, formerly of Sneil
ing, Merced county, California, is
wanted. Tho last heard from him he
was working in a salmon cannery in
Oregon or Washington. He is thought
to be dead. F. M. Husted, 420
Montgomery street, San Francisco,
Cala., will thankfully receive :my in
formation. There is somo little trouble in
Portland, and here, too, over some
insurance business in which the Bach
man Bros, acted as agents. The gen
eral feclmir is that "a tratte is a
trade," and if a man pays his premium
and gots his policy he is or should be
free from subsequent demands for re
payment. Wc hear some good names men
tioned for mayor, among othors, John
Hahn, the present mcumbont, who
has worthiljr filled tho office, D. K.
Warron, W. E. Dement, F. J. Taylor,
C. S. Wright, A. F. Johns and others.
Some good man will be found who
has the wit to see the rhjut and the
sand to stay with it.
At the Now xork Novelty store
is a lame consignment of handsome
baby carriages. One in particular de
serves special mention. It is worth
$50 and some fortunate baby will ride
in the prettiest vehicle of tho kind in
tho northwest, if his papa or mamma
should bo the holdor of the lucky
.ticket. Tickets, one dollar each.
Tho circulation of The Daily As
toman has reached such a figure that
wo direct the attention of busincs
anon who believe in pushing their
business to the desirability of this
paper as an advertising medium. It
reaches nearly every family in Astoria
and vicinity, and is read by a daily in
creasing constituency.
Cape Disappointment is still mis
applied by some of our cotemporaries
for Cape Hancock. It is time now
thinks the Commercial Herald, that
the world has daily communication
with Cape Hancock, that the "disap
pointment" of tho after seafarer be
dropped. It may be well for tho
Portland board of trade to post up in
he history of Capo Hancock.
The body of an unknown man was
found on Clatsop beach last Saturday,
At the inquest it was found that the
drowned man was about 30 years old
5 feet 8 inches high, weight about 150
pounds, light brown hair, had on gray
pants, blue woolen shirt, black vest.
No. 7 leather boots; in his pocket was
S4L55. The deceased was giveu
proper interment. Beyond that given
above there was no other means of
idendification.
Skates. SIcntcs, Skates!
-Club skates, clipper skates, all sizes;
lowest prices. 2s ev York Novelty
tstore.
That fine K. of P. charm will be
raffled at B. F. Stevens & Co.Js this
evening.
ONE TEAR AGO.
The British Ship Amann labeled.
IsrBCTAI. TO THE ASTOBIAN.l
Portland, Or., Nov. Gth. Tho
Portland tug company began suit to
day in the U. S. Conrt in this city,
against the firm of Smith & Service
of Liverpool, for salvage on the ship
-tVefco which v.-jus readied one year ago
to-day by the tug Pioneer, while in
distress. (The British ship Neho was
t towed across the bar on the af;crnoon
of Nov. 4th, 1832. The next day a
aonthwost gale dismasted her. On the
7th, Captain Pease heard of her con
dition and heading for Shoal water bay
he found her and making fast
a hawser towed her off shore.
Capt Millie asked to have the Pioneer
tow him t San Francisco, but the
salvage of a ship and cargo worth
150,000 was hardly worth bothering
about, so came back again towing in
the Zumora and letting the Nebo shift
for herself. Pilot Doig meanwhile got
theJPortcer down the coast in a search
for the vessel, going as far as San
Francisco and returning from an un
successful search on the evening of
Nov. 14th 38S2.)
The vessel got her spare spurs up
and finally made her home port in
safety. The Amana is now in port
and owned by the same firm, and the
libellants ask that tint vessel bo li
beled for such salvage as the court
may deem just. The complainants
value the ship at $75,000, and the
cargo at 75,000 more.
Cli'jr.!.
The Northwestern Trading Co.
made a shipmont to day by the Idalio,
of machinery for tho manufacture of
chum at Killisnoo, Alaska. It con
sists of apparatus for drying fish, af
ter the oil hiss been pressed out of
them. Its total cost is about $5,000.
The product of this fish dryer i3 called
chum". It is a first class fertilizer,
and finds a market in everv quarter
of the world. This will be the first
industry of the kind on the const.
Something New.
The Wkuki.v Aktokiax is read by
thousands of people, to whom we
make the following offer: For $3.50
wc will send the Weekly Astouiax,
post paid, ami the WceJAy S. F. Chron
icle, from now until January 1st,
1885. This is an opportunity to get
all the news at a cost hut little exceed
ing the cost of a single paper. Tirn
Astoriak will contain one-third more
reading matter that: before, and be
improved in otnor material respects.
Of the Chronicle it need but be said it
the best weekly newspaper pub
lished in California. For $3.50 you
will get the two from now till Janu
ary 1st, 1885. Wo want to add 1,000
subscribers to our weekly list. We
think this will help. Any old sub
scriber in renewing chu have the same
privilege.
The newest tiling in tho way of
town sitos is a location at the head of
navigation on the Nchalcm in Tilla
mook county. Coalburn is the name,
aud it may, one day, be a busy place.
Thore is great water power and tho
finest forests of cedar, spruce, fir,
hemlock and maple.
The greater portion of the road
to the upper town canneries, from
Booth's to the White Star canner)', is
m vorv had condition. Jr it is a
county road it ought t be kept in
something like repair. We under
stand it is in oo:ile mpletirtn to extend
the plank road from Johansen'd aiou
the beach to Alderbrook. This would
be a decided improvement and it is in
be hoped that the inovmnent will be
successful.
The loggers and mill men on the
Sound have locked horns. The log
gers say that ihe way labor and food
is selling the' can't afford to give Iog3
for tho price mill men offer. The
mill men say the way manufactured
lumber is selling they can't afford to
pay what tho loggers ask for logs. It's
a good deal like the couple in Port
land. The wife has hvatoric3 because
the husband drinks. De drinks be
cause his wife lits hysterica.
Talking about newspapers, Bob
Inecrsoll sacs: "The papers of tho
future, I think, will be 'news' papers.
Tho 'editorial is getting shorter and
shorter. The paragraphist is taking
tho place of the heavy man. People
rather form their own opinions from
the facta. Of course, good articles
will alwavs find readors. but the
dreary, doleful, philosophical disserts
tion has had us dav. The ma5a7.1r.es
will fall heir to such article."
At Occidental Hall last cvenin
tho scenic nlav of "Tho World"' was
presented. The stage effects neces
sttry to its proper production wore not
extraordinarily lavish in their profns
ion, and somo ot the nncst passages
wore necessarily wunewhat deficient in
their presentation: Mr. Gristner took
the part of a conservative English
gentleman who mcots with all sorts of
adventures, and was well supported hy
Miss Davies and the entire troupe.
15. F. Stcrcus & Co
Are offering extra inducements to any
one in need of a Piano, or Organ. .
iVauteil,
A woman to do general housework.
Apply at the Astoria bakery, Chenamus
street.
As a true aud efficient tonic, and
one that excels all .other iron medi
cines, tako Brown's Iron Bitters.
An Adventurous Voyage.
The Honoulu Saturday Tress of Oct
ober 20th prints a story to the offcot
that several Honolulu men, moved by
.1 spirit of adventure, about a year ago
purchased for $3,000 the snail brig
27iHtii, with the intention of barter
ing with the savago3 of the southeast
coast of Africa and also of hunting for
gold there. Just then a Swedish sail
or named Permien appeared and por
suaded them to go to Siberia to . com
bine gold-hunting with salmon fishing,
and he wo3 placed at the head of the
expedition. March 21st last the
2inito, laden with salt for salmon,
flour to trade with, mining tools and
fishing tackle, sailed with .1 full crew
and eight stockholders of the "East
Siboria Fishing and Mining Com piny"
on lward. But the captain and mate
forced th pacsetigcrs to wrk, and
the captain and one Nolson conspirod
to run for tho nearest laud, to land
the passengers, then 10 sel: the veasel
at the next port, then to pocket
the proceeds and abscond. Forty
day3 out the brig sailed into" the pmt
of Hakodati, Island of Jesso. Nelson
here tried to rob a passenger named
Mason, aud Mason, aeeiwr a chance
for tho passenger party to gain the as-1
cendancy, tried to kill Nelson, but
failed. So thu discordant ship's com
pany again sailed out together. At
Yladivostock, Siberia, where mining
operations were to have beon begun,
it was found that no miuing could be
done without the permission of the
Russian government. Mason told an
Englishman then, about Pormien's
share in the venture, and Permien
handed Mason over to a Russian offi
cer on a charge of attempting to mur
der, but he was not held. Mason sold
out to Permien, worked his way to
San Francisco, where he arrived with
only three dollars in his pocket. Af
terward he returned to Honolulu.
One of the crew is said to be in Sacra
mento, he having deserted while 111
Siberia.
It has been ascertained that the
r .1. - 1.
spawn, tnrown irom me sauuon uumg
put up at tho hshonea on tne river, is
hutching and tilling up the streams
with a new stock of salmon. It has
been a prevailing opinion for years
that the fisheries on this coast would
ventually get away with all the salm
on, but now it turns out mat moy
ire now advantageous to propagation.
Salt water, it was thought, would
pickle the spawn, but from that
thrown overboard at the cannery, it
is said, the water is a moving mass of
1 r. .. ir -m. IT t.l
young salmon. iOpim- ony jicraiu.
The trado in salmon in Glasgow is
quiet at present, merchants apparently
delaying to purchase in the expecta
tion or lower prices when the new
pack come to hand in a month.
Rales remain much as thoy were:
Fraser river fish realise from 21s to 22s
per case, while Columbia brands,
.vhich are reported to bo an extra
good catch this season, can be bought
at 23s Gd to 24i. borne standard
brands of the latter bring Gd more
money. Though the Fraser river
pack is said to be of poor qnalit and
scarce, that does not affect the Glas
gow market, the trade in that city de-
ponding chiefly on supplies from the
Colnmbia. Giasyow Corr. Lvndon
Grocer..
An Eastern paper has made an
unwarranted attack upon Captain
Rogers, master of the new iron ship,
Ttuic E. blarmci:, winch mot with
misfortune on tho way out from Ches
ter to the Columbia. Captain liters
has always suataincd the highest rec
ord as a shipmaster, his owners have
perfect confidence in his ability, and
contemplate building another iron
ship which will he constructed under
his personal supervision, and on com
pletion win be conmunuoa ny nun
The owners of the StarbucI; are piob-
ably the be3t iud3 of Cautnui lut"
ers ability, aud they certainly have
not lost confidence 111 him. Ihe pa
ner referred to has a reputation for
accurate knowledge of maritime af
fairs, but its judgment in this cAse is
at fault. The btarbucl: was the first
iron sailing ship built at the yard
from which sho was launched, aud it
was subsequently found her standing
rigging wa3 weak, she was improperly
loaded, and there were other detects
that will fully explain her misfortunes
without attributing any blame to her
able coinmnnder.
Golden 3Iedio.nl Discovery.
For all scrofulous and virulent
blood-poisons, is specific. By drug
cists.
Card or Than Us
We take this method of sincerly
thanking the kind friends who assisted
us in paying the last sad tribute of re
spect to our little dead daughter last
Monday. Particularly to Mrs. E. V.
Schlin, Mrs.lt. It. Marion, Mrs. John
Jtogers and jurs. bnamicy.
O. Hansen, M. Hansen
V.cst C'uMtim Work. Roots nt:l Shoes,
Can be had at I. J. Arvold's, next to
Citv lkok Store. Ladies and uentlc.nion
call there for tne finest fitting boots and
shoes, and lowest prices. Perfect fit
guaranteed.
Oysters irx Ercry StyJe,
And coffee at Mrs. Lovctfs.
Use IHmmKl's t'nttsh Ralsam.
Richardson & Co., St. Louis, one of the
largest wholesale-drug firms in the Uni
ted States, writes: "Wc have handled
Dimmitt's Cough Balsam in our trade
for the past sixteen j-ears and have
bought as much as one hundred gross
at a time, and from our knowledge of its
ount-ve it 10 nave given periect
satisiaciinn to our customers. ji v
Is. Dement & Co.-s.
Is your wifes health poor! Are
your children sickly? Give them
jjrown a iron .outers, it win revivo
them.
is now open. Everything has Ecen fit
ted up tn nrsc-ciass style, and ins well
known reputation as a caterer assures
all who, like good things to eat. that at
ins place they can be accommodated.
Furnished or unfurnished front
rooms at Mr. Campbell's, over the Gem
saloon.
JToticc.
Dinner atJ EFF'iTCUOP HOUSE
cverv day at o'clock. The best 25 cent
meaf in town; soup, fish, seven kinds of
ntnnt; ,.aerataliln 111.. tiHTiI5mt ..In A
glass of S. F. Beer, French Claret, tea or
coffee included. AH who have tried
him say Jeff is the "BOSS.""
A Juicy I3ccitcak
cooked to perfection is what you can
get at Frank Fabrc's.
ior it Z?e:it Fitting 2?oo
Or Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che-:
nainus street, next door to I. W. Case.
All goods of tlie best make and "uaran-
tt-rd quality. A full stock: new goods I
constantly arriving. Custom work. :
When You Couic to Astoria
and want a nice jn roast, go to Frank
Fabry's, a his old stand. ?
t'ra:i! I?alros Hotel.
Frank Fahre has the finest aeeonimo-
dations for lodgers to be found in
toria. over his restaurant In KitiscvV
huiidinu. fcveryl!iiii2 is neat ami clean :
and
able.
the beds are new. son and eoiufnrt -
Wy&andml
in''
7j"o1Im; it tin; JLatJEcs.
Switchers made from combines or out
hair: new switches ma.-te to order from
the best imported hair, in any sitadc de
sired. Old witches n'jmired. AH
work warranted. Hates reasonable.
Call or address
Unr.i:xiiAKT it Sciio::xhk.
Occident hair dressing saloon, Astoria.
Oregon.
Oysters, Oysters. Oysters.
at the Astoria Oyster depot: a tew.
ry. pan roast, or raw at r ranK r aim; 3.
Fragrant Cofffcc?
to cheer and comfort, at Frank FabreV,
at his old stand.
Hraee up the whole system with King
'the Dlood. See Advertisement.
of
Coi.dkx's Liquid Bi:kf Toxic nro
motes digestion: admirably adapted for
females in delicate health. Of druggist.
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured by bhiloh's Catarrh Uem
cdy. Trice T0 cents. Masai Injector tree.
t or sale ny w. ii. uemem.
For the scnutne .1. II. Cutter old
Uourbon. and the best l wines. liquor
and San Francisco beeicall at th (Jem
opiosite the b'll tower, fttsj see Camp
bell. Croun. Whoonin' Coueh and Bron
chilis immediate!)' relieved by .Shiloh?
(Jure. Sold by V. E. Dement.
Hale's IIoxky opIIokkuoi'm axi
Tai: relieves coughs quicker than any
other medicine.
Puck's Toothachk Drops, cure in
ne minute.
Sleepless Nights, made nii.crable
by that terrible, cough, bhiloh's Cure is
the remedy tor you. Sold by W. E. De
ment
All the nateut medicines advcifiacd
n tiiis miner, together with thu choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles, etc enn
nc oougiiE at me lowest prices, ni .j. i .
Conn's drug store, opposite Ociden
hctel. Astoria.
The Peruvian synip-nas enred thon
sands who were suffering from dyspep
sia, debility, liver complaint, Inn's, hu.
mors, lumaie cohiiuuiums civ. 1 mnpii
lets free to any address. Seth W. Fowl
&Sonc Boston.
Will von suffer with Dysoeimir. and
IJvor Comilaint ? Shltoh'a v. italixor fe
unrauteed to enre 4f Sold by v . S.
Dement. p
Sluloh'5 Cougti ana Consumption
Cure is sold hv us wi guarantee. It
cures consumption. Sold by YV.K. De
ment. For lame Back, bide or Chest iue
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Pne 25 cent.
For sale by . E. DemnU
That Hacking Lough can be so
quickly cured by Shi;oh Cure. Wc
guarantee it. Sold l W. K. 1 Vnu'nt.
FURNISHED ROOKS TO LET
TSy the Xisixt. a5y. Xi rt-k op Month,
with on wiihoi t no.vut
With use of Parlor. I.tbr.ir aMl ill llie eom-
ruris 01 a Home. 1 onus rer.sonaiMc.
Applv to It IS. H. 0. HOLDKN".
Cor. y.nhi and .1 rfTerson St
Delinquent City Taxes.
-VTOTICE IS HEKHHY C.IVHX TH T T,
J-i the umicrsiKiit u, t mci 01 ronee, nave
Im'ch funifchvd with a warrant fiom the
li ty Council requiring me in ttoiteot :lie fax
es assesscu nr me yer iw, aim now crim
ipient upon tlie list and make return 01 tli
anic within sixty rias. Al! iartiM st in
IHi'cd will ttureforc p'.oas lake uotiiv ami
govern tli' Uisclvcs awml ?!
, v.. i.vt iiir.ii i.
Chief of PoMee.
oria, Oregon, October 25th, isra.
Stockholder's Notice.
Notice is iiei:ei: given that the
annual meeting of the stockholder of
llie W'aslilngton TackineCo. will be bold on
Wcdnt-sday. Nov. 7, 18S3. at 10 o'clock, a.
at their cannery near Astoria, for the iwir
posc of electing live directors, and to trxns
xct sueb oilier lntine?s as n:ay legally come
before them.
Atti-st .1. W.GILVRIIAtrr.
FICANKNOLDEKG. 1-.
Secy,-
M.toria, Oct. C, 1883. .KKl
NOTICE
SO GAiTNSEYMS
I WILL JIAKE TOXE. NEXT SEASON
in anv amount reU)r.-d, and xnarantee
to have tliein satisfactory in every rrsirct.
3Iv price for shooks wll) be I." cents ; for
make a contract for cases can nfcr with
.I.U. illUl.M.MiliK,
oct4-3m 1'ioprictor W est hhorc Mills.
FOR SALE.
piipj tci
TN LOTS TO SUIT. VIVW
XOacre twet In b. w.
nm.n. ..f rii:
Stevens' D. IT. TlUe perfect. For irtlcu-
ars in.iuire at office of N. 1. Raymond, Ci v
flail or on the premises or O. 1. Youi.
Astoria, Nov. at, ISffl.
For Rent.
TTOUSE WITH ROOMS. It
RI) FIX-
JLIL I
shed, lot and Stnble. Xmpiiro of
IT WILL
TO CUY
Fail and
ni
IIUI UiUHltl
Furnishing Goods,
"Rnrvts. Shass. Hats. Cans.
Trunlis, Valises, Snbber and Oil Clothing of
The Boss SEerchant Tailor
Assortment and the
Weaso-UTatttl retell detUr:n
MILTj FEED.
5 and Plated Ware,
.
Qp S'
rJiOWCAI. AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AMD VEGETABLES.
w?jnpo ! m'trtra Ynhnrm Hinsri
l ",ui i UUdoLU,wiydr;
,
w S- BBfflEBfT & GO.
ASTORIA. -
OREGON
Carry in Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET"
and
FANCY ARTICLES.
Prescriptions carefully Compounded
THE LATEST STYLES
IX
WAUL PAPER
AT
S. L. FRANKLIN'S,
NEXT DOOUTO ASTOUIAX OFFICE.
A very targe Stock from which to select.
"Window curtains made to order.
5&My natest Trimmer to cut Wall Paner
wit) 1k irnind convenient to my patrons.
L. K. Gr. SMITH,
Importer and wholesale dealer in
Claars and Tobaccos, Smokers' Articles,
riayin? Cards. Cutlery, Sta
tionery, eic
Tlie lamest anl finest stock ot 3IEER-
SCHAUM and AMIJEIt GOODS in the city.
farttcutar attention paid to onlcrs from
the count rv,
Tiir.o.DItACKER, Slanaser.
Cheitanius Street, Astoria. Oregon.
NOTICE.
To Hunters. Fishermen, Ranchers.
JF YOU "WANT THE HIGHEST ilAlt
JL kct ltrice for ytmr produce, go to
JEFF'S,
Steamer TCF.1 MORRIS.
iZXzzL. and Favorite Boat
TS NOV.' KEADY FOn BUSINESS AND
can he chartered for excursions, special
name, etc.. at reasonan e rates. A ecuerai
stenint'oating business transacted.
. nuc.iiuu, Piaster.
FOR TILLAMOOK.
(Weather permitting.)
The new Steamer
H. T. .TOIIANSEN, - - - Master,
AVHI leave for TILLAMOOK, on
TCTOtt SAILING DATES AND TAItTICU-
L' LtTSXm.lv to .1. G. IIUSTLEi:. Main
rtrci t Whari. Astoria : ALLEN .t LEWIS,
Portland ; J. L. STOKY TUIamooi:.
PLUMBING,
Gas and Steam Fitting
TOXK RY RUDDOCK. & WHEELER. AT
LJ fa5r rates. Also a cojnpletc stock of
goiils in our ic. intimates given anu
work L'liariinfwwL
Ca. street, in war of I O O F buildinff.
next to lias Ofs otllec.
DBBssMAKnra
Ti.rr:s. liitvcK jipsi'ectkclly in-
ivi. forms the relics of Astoria, that her
tHKiivs is i riled on as formerly at her
roni; en Cass street opposite Odd Fellows
P.uiliHiit;. ihe returns thanks for tlicir pat-
rona :e 111 the past, and solicits a continu-
aue or the same.
Siiiti iujmIc, rrom S7.CO to S13.00.
All V.'orl; Warranted,
As:siria.Nov. 1st, I$S.
Assessment Notice.
TOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN THAT TnE
LH Assessment Roll of School District No.
I.Clatsop county, Oregon, for the year 18S3
has this 15th day of October. 1S3. been ap
proved lv the Directors of said district and
a warnnt issued to the clerk for the collec
tion of the taxes therein caned lor wiiuin
Ktv iluvs from said date.
Said hx is now due and pavable at the
office ot the undersigned In Astoria, in said
district, also will be deemed delinquent un
less so ikiki wiiuin ine tunc auove specmeu,
J. O. BOZORTH,
Clerk School Dlst. No. 1.
Clatsop Co. Orcson.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
A LDEKBROOK PROPERTY IN LOTS
jHlIo suit purchasers fr cash or oa the In
stalmcnt plan. UOZORTH & JOHNS.
DAIRY FARf.l FOR SALE.
954 ACRES ON CLATSOP PLAINS
TTNOWN AS THE V. GEAIUIARTFARM
,IA tonetacr witn tuirty cows, seveniccn
head of youns cattle, one horse, one wagon
! and other famiins Implements.
lais isa rarecuance lor a:
gxi jp ?r ff.
For imitlcutars Inquire of
''-'vj J- w
lnis in ;t rait.-iu uiijuut; iu scenic
GEARHART
For Rent.
r?1i!K STORE LATELY OCCUPIED BY A
a M. Johnson & Co. Apply at the store of
rrael Bros., or to u. s. u i uisr.tu.
PAY YOU
YCCR
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Gents
J-, yiuiuuuiui
Silk TTmbrellas, Elankets
he has the Largest and Tines
Lowest Prices in town.
0. B. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Fall and
The Public of Astoria and surrounding districts
are cordially invited to inspect my
ammoth, Stock !
OF
Fall and Winter
During the present week
centre counters the
etecrant line of
shown in
LARGEST
FINEST GOODS ! and
if tOoJs in Ever? Department!
the XiSdhtc
Dry Goods and ClotMi House of Astoria.
C. H. COOPER.
Rpss M Lie !
XSD
JEFF
OP TEE CHOP HOUSE
Can piove by his books that he U doing the
Digsesi Business 01 any
RESTAURANT
In the cltv. and he will Guarantee to ctre
the best meal for cash.
SOLID GOLD
JEWELRY
Scarf Pins. Chains, Watches,
Of every description.
Tlie finest stock of Jewelry In Astoria.
JA11 goods warrantedasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
Men's, Youth's, and Boys ! !
Of Svery
Inst opened at
PS 10 51!
noes io
Tlie Leading
CLOTHIER, MERCHANT TAILOR, AND HATTER.
IH rt CO tn
I
CSO ft ft
Winter!
Iiirtatas !
I will display on my
largest and most
qroods ever
Oregon.
STOCK !
LOWEST PRICES
IXL
FIRST
QUALITY
THE
LUMBER.
MILL COMPANY
IS IN THE FIELD AND PROPOSES TO
remain.
Wc will take orders for lumber from 109
to POo 31., at the mill or delivered.
We also manufacture lath and shingles of
Al quality.
flooring a Specialty .
Addross all orders
WESTPOBT MILL CO.
S. G, Bkxxkk, Supt.
Reafty for Business.
The Portland and Astoria
STEVEDOBE COMPANY
Is prepared to contract with masters and
consignees of vessels for the
Loading and Unloading of Vessels
AT EITHER POP.T.
Promptness and satisfaction guarantee
in all cases.
Description
the Occident Store.
uality 10 Suit all !
all!
Ed.D. Curtis & Co.
Carpls, Dlolsierr
UNSURPASSED
IN
STYLE AND FINISH.
NEW
A COMPLETE STOCK.
S. B. CROW,
PHOTOGRAPHES,
Corner Benton and Sq uemoqua Streets,
East of the Court House.
Aateria,
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