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.Is'OVEMHEU a, 16S3
Leap year is only 52 days off.
The Statt is due this morning.
Capt. Alexander is reported ill
in Santa Barbara, Cal.
Large quantities of geese and
ducks from Shoalwater bay.
The new buildings on Water
street are Glling up rapidh.
The Episcopal general convention
recently held in Philadelphia i8 said
to have cost 70,000.
The second mate of the Rowland
JJill has had the Gist mate arrested
in Portland for cruel treatment.
Andy Campbell, accused of rob
bing the Oregon City post office was
discharged in Portland last Wednes
day. Capt. J. E. Lombard has been
appointed port surveyor at Portland
for the San Francisco board of under-
Messrs. 1). K. and J. P. Warren
returned yesterday afternoon. ' Their
excursion extended as far eastward as
Aug. Daniclson has been to con
siderable expense rebuilding and re
fitting his place and has a weil-stockcd
Ducks from up the Columbia are
coming in in large quantities. Those
from Mr. LaDu'a place at Mt. Coffin,
are particularly fine.
The annual meeting of the Pythi
an Land and Building Assotiation will
be held at Pythian castle on Wednes
day evening December 5th.
The gilt figure-head of the Ice
King, a wood carving representing
Henry Tudor, of Boston, is a3 fine a
piece cf work of the kind as is gen
At the store of Poard fc Stokc3,
at half-past ten this morning, E.
C. Holden will sell all the rigging,
etc., recovered from the wrock of the
J. G. Cousins.
FostofHce Department Changes-
An organization known as the Pio- i James McDowell, of Washington,
ncers of Washincton Territory was assistant superintendent or tne
the united States mails and service
on the Northern Pacific railroad, west
of Bismark, with headquarters at
Tho order took effect November 1,
1883; and relieves Capt B. B. Tuttle
from the superintendency of this
branch of the postoffico department
service. All complaints ana inquiries
relative to mail matters on the North
ern Pacific railroad between the points
the following officers: Hon. Alexan
der S. Abernethy, president; Hon. C.
C. Howlitt, first vice president; Hon.
Benjamin F. Shaw, second vice presi
dent; John M. Swan, secretary; Geo.
A. Barnes, treasurer. The meeting
then proceeded to the election of di
rectors, who, togethor with the presi
dent, first vice president and secretary,
ex-officio, constituting a board of di- named, should hereafter be addressed
rectors, resulting in the election of Dr. to Mr. McDowell. Captain Tuttle
v n-t, o,i Timrvo Tinmnttra f retaining charge of all other railroad
7 " , . I lines in the district, comprising Ore-
ob inumupni oi nuu uoaru. lucre ff0n. Washincton territory and Idaho
are now forty-eight members in the I This change is caused by increase of
society. The society defines the word postofiice buusiness m this section,
r: ' rn mit land the necessity for assistance in
male and female, who reside within
the bounds of the original territory of
Oregon, under the joint occupancy by
the United States and Great Britain;
and ail those who cmne to make a
facilitating the transportation of over
land niam. News.
ForalScnt Filling: Soot
Or Shoe, go to P. .1. Goodmans, on Che
namus street, next door lo I. W- Case.
All goods of the best make and jaiaran
teed quality. A full stock; new c;od
constantly arriving. Custom work.
The Peruvian syrup has eumi thou
sands who were siuTerine from dyspep
sia, debility, liver comprint, not!, hu
mors, female complaints, etc. I'amph
lets free to any address.
For lame Lack, Side or Chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Prto 25 cent.
For sale- by W. E. Dement.
Furnished or unfurnished front
rooms at Mr. Campbell's, over the Gem
FOAED & Sims.
A FULL LINE OF
a. i. johxpox. !
SAILS. TENTS, AWttiHGS,
lid everything vl.-e pi-rlsiniii.; ur
I ;u -wess.
J. B. Jonis, of Olympia, has re
cently patented an improved toggle for
boom chains, which should recommend
itself to lumbermen cenerallv. It
home m California, Oregon and Wash- consists or a boom chain toggle formed LoWCS tPricO and Sost W Oik
Jii'itoii TWvIii.rv nrinr in iht first ilrvr l nf a inet-ilHe bar havin? a mediutii uvc
projecting down from us under sidf, j iui.TOi.ijmj,
ana ht3 into a hole m tne uomu suck, , , -i ri -j ,
the bar being provided with right HIT, I.R8 OliL 3 hdllll t
angle poicts which stick in the lo;
Leave -our orders ami gft your wnik
of January. 185G, are eligible to bo
come members of this association."
On motion the following resolution
Resolved, That we cordially aud re
spectfully invite our early compatriots
throughout tho Territory to become
members with us in this association
During the month of October, done at oiuv,
132L emigrants left Sr. Paul by tho
Northern Pacific railroad destined for
points west of Spokane Falls. A large
now organized, or to organize branch proportion stopped at stations in Spo
k.staiii.ihk:j IZZ 1852.
societies at their respective localities, kane county for the purpose of settling fl T "fVT'PG fir B A T.T, A IVT
. - f: .,,,,, , there. A few came on to Oregon and a-K'llAl3 --i!
a very consiaeraDie numoer went tot jianmaiiiireii aan imjKfiere n
mStlyGwiJansand Slid VViliOW Wai'6
cometosettlo upon government and Twine?, Brooms, Dr ches, Bakrts,
railroad land as larracrs.
(Fresh Fraits . and Vegetables.
In Halite's w Building
MAGNUS t;. CROSBY,
I48IW IBS, HSU, STEEL..
iron Pie and Fittings,
PLUMRKKS AND STEAM FITTER
Goods anr: Yasls.
SHEET LBB STRIP LEAD
SHEET 1888 IIS AMD COPPER,
communications should be ad
dressed to John M. Swan, secretary
"Pioneer Association of Washington
A Morning Bath.
One of the Washington Territory
legislators says he has quit drinking
whisky and begun drinking coffee.
He considers this to be a "constitu
A Walla Walla councilman ac
knowledges that five per cent of the
money that burg subscribed for the
Yillard celebration stuck to his hands
and wants to know what they are go
ing to do about it.
Work on the new 0. It. & N.
dock progresses; there arc over 100
men employed; tho framing will all be
in place next week; the roofing is be
ing put on, and a row of fenders five
foot apart are being driven along tho
Writing of the Short Lino road, a
correspondent of the Baker City, Ore
gon, Tribune, says: hile the Short
Line road has been rapidly built, the
work has been done in a thorough
manner. Indeed, it would be hard to
fiud a railway more thoroughly con
structed in the west than this. The
thoir feet in front of S. Danzigers road bed looks like that of an old
nlnon -...en .wl ot,- ttmm l..n,M Mli rnn ttlOU Mil Til II I ll fI T TIS LSSlnnr
olu.o " "";,u'us" 'uu- rTi-- j i- . tl. a j. : n
long into the water. An involuntary tr?ns to,rly ,n,i,cs an nouf m? P8""56 1 "B MbtUI Id rdbbeiiyKl L-tilt;
A splash and a scream from the j
corner of Cass aud Squemoqua streets
attracted considerable attention yes
terday morning. The street is being
repaired, and while some paBsers by
were noinc: along, the sidewalk under
PnilxtTub'i, CZiurns, Vi'a.slilis.irt!. Uopr
Cordasr. "Wrapping :'.iprrs. Puirr
Uns, Uiilhllt: Tapers, SZnlcfao.
Handles, Clotlirs Wrl users, Cjtr
prl Swecprrs, Fratlicr nut
crx, Stationer, A.e.
230 and 232, Pront Street,
SAX KKAXCISCO, CAL.
bath was the result, aud the sight of a
safety from Granger to Pocatello,
ino tram wmc 1 i came m on was ai yv i.in.nnnrvtitt.i .u.rt t. n
number of well-diessed men swashinc littln m-or two hours lat whpn wa left. It. Franklin's, two doors iwlow Thk Asto-
r i ,i - n i. i itiAXonice. iirst-ciass jverv roe. cam
vnauUf auu viiio ri9 1 1 kkuw ip
TTILL AirTEK THIS DATK IIAVK ITS
around in water up to their waists in
search of their hats a a ludicrous
one to those who were on planka
firma. One f the falling timbers
struck one of the workmen on the
shoulder but fortunately inflicted no
serious injury. It looks as though a
little care is needed on the part cf
those in charge of the work.
At tho anuual meeting of the
Washington Packing company last
Wednesday, the following were elected
as a board of "directors for the ensuing
year : Samuel Arndt, Henry Pise,
J. W. Gearhart, John Peterson, Mark
They tell of a young man who has
a girl in Ivnappa, and another at Skip-
anon, and another here, and is courting
all throe. A sort of circuit court, as
It is about time for the newspa
per proprietors of Oregon and Wash
ington to form a mutual protection so
ciety in reference to swindling adver
tising agencies. Either that or publish
from time to time the names of those
they know to be fraud. We start the
list with the names of Washbvrne &
Co., New York; Uaylock & Jamiev,
ew York, and Osgoodb' it Co., Buf
falo. If our contemporaries will sup
plemcnt this with further information
they will be observing the golden rule
and do each other a benefit besides
and we were running on time be
fore we had gone 170 miles.
At Ham's fork, furty-twu miles
from the main line, there are
as fine coal fields as have been found
west of tho Missouri river. They
cover a largo extent ot territory ana
arc wcll-nim uicxnaustible. ine
Short Line road traverses the winter
range ot mountains by a ziirzig course
on a grade of 180 feet to the mile. A
tunnel is now beuig constructed
through tho mountain 1400 feet long,
which will shorten the distance one
and a half miles and reduce the grade
to 80 feet. These mountains are com
posed almost entirely of solid coal.
The tunnel is timbered with California
redwood, and will be completed about
the 1st of January, 1884.
with horse furnished, for one dollar per
nour. carnages on application
The Astoria Passenger Lh:- iin-ks will
leave for Upper Astoria from the stable.
norses taken lo iioani.
Dyspeptic or constipated, should ad
dress, with two stamps aud history of 0r my 0q friend, tho lumbago, and tka Hen-
A I.lttle Story v.-ith a Larjce 3C:-a! !
One 3Ian ivho Know Lis
Xo. my dear," said tho veneraMa keeper
of a country store to a timid little sir! whose
head scarcely came up to the level of the
counter. "No, my dear, wehxren't ay red
flannel, but wo have some firet rate Is'eir Or
leans molasses." Softly hinting that she
didn't think Hint would answer the purpose
quito as well, tho child went Iter way in
search of the article she wanted.
Havoyou linXSOX'S CATCEXK RAS
TERS?" al:od a centlemas of certain drag-
1st whoso namo could bo ..iron were it de
sired. "I am troubled jiiit now with a IamcIi
Stsves'Tif! Ware asd House
J088M6 Iff 8MEST IRON, TIN, COP
Pft PLUKBINQ and STEAM FlTTlUf
Done with neatness and dispatch.
Noee trct first e&ss workiaen eiajiloyeL
8 C All E P
ikMeally on iMbd
L. K. G. SMITH,
Importer and wholesale dealer in
"!-r awH Tbcc., SiHokcrs' Article.,
Tti "nr-t ars'1 fimt 5tok of MEEU
HMIAI M ;:al AMP.KU t;i)ODS in the city.
'.'artMMlar altriiUou puitl lo ord rs fioin
thfKamiw Street. Astoria. Oregon.
C. B. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHAlfDISE.
I 533 f35
The Public of Astoria and surrounding districts
are cordially invited to inspect my
mmoth, Stock I
Winter liirMoiis !
During the present week I will display on my
centre counters the largest and most
eleeant line oi sroods ever
Fine Irc.ss Goods.
A .splendid line of ladies dress goods is
uemg uispiaj-euat tne empire store.
For less than one cent a day you
can have The Weekly Astoiuan and
the San Francisco Clironicle mailed to
any postofiice address. Three dollars
jmd fifty cents will pay for both pa
pers for one year, be iu m your
At the last meeting of the Port
land city council, the chief of police
charged tho Telegram, with having
proposed to his clerk to audit bills for
printing, charging double, and then d:
vide the swajr. What is the -world
coming to, when even printers talre a
hand in such games 1 The Telegram
has not told its side of the story yet.
We offer for sale about six hun
dred . pounds of second hand type.
Wo have about enough material on
hand to run two good-sized printing
offices and want to make room for
some new material. Anyone wanting
about 250 pounds of bourgeois and
350 pounds of long primer with sorts
complete can get a bargain by apply
ing personally or by letter to this
Two vessels with tho romantic
and fanciful names of Star of Erin
and Spirit of the Dawn, arrived in
yesterday. The former is a British
bark, 919 tons, Coulter, master, 142
dav8 from Glasgow: the latter is also
a British bark, 5G days from Brisbane,
Tho Field left for Tillamook; the
Jdiles for Gray's Harbor; the Portland
arrived at Knappton; the Fiery dhss
.cleared and went down to Baker';
.bay. There i a vessel outside.
ft is to be regretted that publi
statements aro not more accurate,
Whether through malice or ignorance
-tho announcement in various quarters
-concerning tho loss of vessels on this
northwestern coast is almost invari
-ably attributed to "crossing the Co
.lumbia bar," when it is an indisput
-able fact that tho loss of a vessel cros3
ing the Columbia bar is of very rare
occurrence. The last number of the
Afariftme Register to hand speakB of
the loss of tho Cairnsmorc "on the
-Columbia bar." This is on a par with
the San Francisco Merchant, which
located the wrecked Tacoma in the
Hosiery, Hosiery, Hosiery!
The latest novelties in ladies and
ehildrens hosiery at Praci Bros'.
B. IP. Slovens & Co
:.re offcrin" extra inducements to any
one m need-of a l'lano, or Uran.
Corsets and ITmlcrtvcar.
All the latest makes and styles of cor
sets and ladies underwear, at 1'rael
Bros.' Empire store.
Skates, Skates, Skates!
Club skates, clipper skates, all sizes:
lowest prices. -cv ion: novelty
A woman to do ccneral housework.
Apply at tne Astoria oakery, utienamus
case, for pamphlet, World s Dispen
sary Medical Association, Buffalo.
"IVIicn You Come to Astoria
and want a nice pan roast, go to Frank
Fahre s, at his old stand.
To Haulers. Fishermen. Ranchers.
IK YOU WANT THE HIGHEST MAlt
i ki't price for your prod wee, go to
Steamer 1GM M0RHIS.
and Favorite Iloat
tS NOW HEADY FOR BUSINESS AND
rtoartw! for excursions, .sebJ
pait Btr., at wasouabk' nit. A general
V. KOKLLIXG, j&tsfr.
Frank Fnbre'.s Hotel.
Frank Fabre has the finest aceommo
dations for lodgers to he found in As
toria, over ins restaurant in ivinscys
build in 2. Everything is neat and clean
and the beds are new, soft and comfort
able. If vou want coca boanl ami lodg
ing go to r ranic r aurc s
Itcst Custom Work. Hoots and Shoo,
Can be had at I. J. Arvold 's, next to
Cirv Book Store. Ladies and gentlemen
call there for tne finest fitting boots and
shoes, and' lowest prices. Perfect fit
Oj-sters iu ETcry Style,
And coffee at Mrs. Lovctfs.
A Juicy IScefiteuk
cooked to perfection is what you can
get at r rani: r aore s.
son'i Plaster seems to go to the spot aimort a
soon as it toucboj the skin."
'Not at present." roidied the dntntH. gen
ially " but, wo have lots of phreta: jt m
good. Thcro is AUcock's, the Cap$tenia sod
others won't one of thorn do aa well?"
'My dear sir," retorted the eaUeman.
with a slight show of temper. "I sty no'-htse
against tlioso article?, but 1 am a btiFUMKs!
man, and always ask for precisely wkat
want, and for nothing elce. I may Aziichtat
yoa, however, when I say thai sometime ago.
for another dLsea5o. of which tle Ca peine hu
sines curod mo, I tried all thoe you mentiou.
with no appreciable beneSu they are ineSi
cient, every one of them, the :aK;nesl aet ot
tho proprietors of some of them being thi :
that they mako plasters with similar sotted
ing names to dect.ivo the nwary into believ
ing they aro tho samo I him;. Experiene
taucMnno the difference. 111 1 to the ext
man in your line. Good day "
Ko on oar guard Ega:nt imitations. The
senuinoha3 the word CAi CIXK eot eleaaiy
in tho middle of the planter. All others are
cabury & Jolnien, ChemiU. Nrw York.
The new HtBSHncr
P. JOil.KSTK:. - Master.
Will leari tor TILIAHOOK, wi
TCWtiiAlLIX.". SJ VTKS AND PAltTICU-
IWt Wli.;il'. AfUHa: AIXKX LEWIS.
ortianrt : J. Usni;Y Tiilamooic.
sRi Hie vs K RVSi'KCTFL'IXY IN
fa f.nnti thf 1 jwiics of Astoria, that her
biuineas L carri on as forHierly at l:er
room on Caas strwt opposKe mm eio!
Buildlnz. retiiriw tnaiiKs ir weir pui-
At tlxe Empire Store
You .will find the finest laces and cm
broideries, of richest quality.
That ilae.King Cough can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it. Sold bj . K. Dement.
Will you suffer with Dysj)epsia and
Liver Complaint 'i Shiloh's Yitalizer is
guaranteed to cure jou. Sold by W. E.
Notice of Dissolution.
RJOTICE IS JlERivRY C. IVEN THAT THK
JLl iiartncrshiii herctofistr evfc4inglirten
Itudolph Bartli and Mirluwl ileyers has Ixra
thLs dav dissolved bv imittial wiwrt. Mr.
Ularth will continue the boslwss iu his ven
name and on his own nvrount and win pay
ad debts and collect all accounts ami not
Astoria, Xov. ad, 1SS3. d 3kI
Vdiir wift'fi health nr.ur7
J.r.. ... a. -r- i a
your ctiimrcn aicKiyt uivo tnem I iPiriOll WGnOl jO
Brown a Iron J Jut era. It will revive
to cheer and comfort, at Frank Fabl e's,
at his old stand.
Shiloh's Cough ana Consumption
Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It
cures consumption. Sold by W. E. De
-Shilnli's Vitallzer is what vou need
Use Dlutmttt' CohsIi Kalsani. for Constination. Loss of Annetite. Diz-
Hicliardson & uo..bt. IjOuis. one oi tne zmess and all svmiuoins or Dyspepsia.
largest wholesale drug firms in the Uni- Price 30 and 7" cents per bottle. Sold
ted Stales, writes: Mwc nave nanaien by . J5. Dement.
Dimmitt s uougu uaisam in our traue
for the past sixteen years and have Have Wistar's balsam of wild cherry
nougat as mucii as one uunureu gross always at band,
at a time, and from ourknowledge of its bronchitis, wlu
merits oeueve it, 10 nave iveu pui ma
satisfaction to our customers." At W.
E. Dement & Co.'s.
i it Gooi in Ewi Department!
LARGEST STOCK !
FINEST GOODS ! and LOWEST PRICES !
Dry &obfls aai Clothing House of Astoria.
C. H. G00PEE.
Fimres Mer Lis !
Can prove by his Poofcs that he is doinj; the
oiggrsi me:neas ot :tny
In the ctty. and he will Ktuiraatee to give
the bet meal for casli.
IS IX TIIE FIELD AND PROPOSES TO
Wo will take orders for lumber from 100
to r-Oo JL, at the mill or delivered.
We also manufacture lath and shingles ot
flooring a Specialty .
Address all orders
WESTPORT MILL CO.
S. C, Bexei:, Supt.
Scarf Pins. Chains, Watches,
Of every dcseripUoti.
Tlie llaest stock of Jewelry in Astoria.
JJiF'AlI sott) warrantedasrepresented
GUSTAY HANSEN, JEWELER.
Reaay for Business.
The Portland and Astoria
Is prepared to contract with masters and
coaslgnees ot vessels for the
Loading and Unloading of Vessels
AT EITHER PORT.
Promptness and satisfaction guaranteed
in all cases.
ronaje tu tne naw. ana swiuo
ai.e.- m !ie ame.
Sufi, in:ul from lt ?S,t.
Ali Work Wrvictl.
Aori.i. N'ov . t-t.
FURNISHED ROOMS TG LET
y the Msfct. Uny. Vek r Month
WITH OU WITHOUT BOAi:,
With use ol rarior. Ihr.try ami all tike -(m-
furu of a S'hi. Termareaaonawe.
A i;!y to MB S. E. C. HOLDEN'.
tr. Main aud .TeKerMJii St'.
DAIRY FARM FOR SALE.
954 ACRES 0K.CLATS0P PLAINS
vr XOWX AS TIIE V. OKARIIAKTEARM.
UKctoer with thirty cows, seventeen
head of 'mns tattle, one Jiowe, one wagon
and ther taiminjt lmk;ment8.
This fa a rare cnattee lor anyone to seetww
a good dairy or 5toek farw.
Pot partlealaw Inquire of . ,T
,-wtf J. V. GEAUHAItT
Fl 3 ri
St 8 8910
Youth's, and Boys I !
It cures couclis, colds, I
lioooinc coutih. croun. in
fluenza, consumption, and all throat and
tunc complaints. 50 cents and;?! a bot
jn i niTviTn i-.TTi nrm-nTiTttr! i whkstokk rvTKLV occupied by A
iManufacturtrs and Iinp!rter of
l.L KINDS OJ'
'lml?"nl Dralers la
Notice to the Ialies.
Switches made from combines or eut
uair; new switches made to order lrom
the best imnoncd hair, in any shade de
sired. Old switeluys repaired. AH
work warranted. Kates reasonable.
Call or addres.4
UllLEXHAKT & bCIIOENUK.
Occident hair dressing saloon, Astoria,
Uoldex's Liquid Beef Toxic pro
motes digestion; admirably adapted for
females m delicate Health, or drttggisst-
OIL AND TALLOW. :
J llishest cash priee iwid lor HUtei and .
XIOTICE KS nEKEIlVOlVJCXTHATTnE
amleRdgnetl hai lecn ajipointed tne as-
&4amM nt tho r nf v. II. .lohiison and Co.
1 and all pewons !v:uk claims ajpnnst said
m are notilied to prtisent the same duly
i ,.. !nM nt hiv office in Astoria. Ore-
oon. within three montlis from this date,
L'ataiTh cured, health and sweet
breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Itera-
cdy. Priee 50 cents, Masai Injector free.
t or sale by w. is. Dement.
4 T MRS. CEO. IHLLEK rf. .NKXr DOOU woth. sMUMefor gardenW. dahine
A. U mi Hotel. iwaltry rsUm. J.1ALQK,
A FARftl TO LET.
1W ACRES, OX TTOUNCS BAY. AXD
t y fMainitvr thfe iv. tin which k a house.
'ILL PAY YGTJ
Oysters, Oysters. Oysters.
at the Astoria Oyster depot; a stew.
fry, pan roast, or raw at r rank r abre s.
Dinner at"J EFF'SCIIOL HOUSE
every day at " o'clock. The best25 cent
meat in town; soup, uu,w!vcii mhus ul
mpiite. vegetables, nie. Diiddintr. etc A
glass of S. F. Beer, Prench Claret, tea or
coffee included. All who have tried
him say Jeff is the "UOSS."
L'or the senulne J. II. Cutter old
lki::rbon. and the beM, ot wines. Iiiiuor
and San Francisco beer, call atthe Gem
"pnosirc the bell tower, aud see Camp-
Brace up the whole system with Kin
ol mo .uioou. seu -dLUVCrilMilUUnU
As a true and efficient tonic, and
one that excels all other iron medi
cines, take Brown's Iron Bitters.
ILAXE'S IIOXEV OF IIOEEnOUXD AXI
Tab relieves couchs quicker than any
Pike's TooniAcnE Dkops cure iiilxJOOLS,
Sleenless Nichts. made miserable
by that terrible couch. Shiloh's Cure is
tho remedy for you. Sold by W. E. De
Fall and Winter Clothing. Overcoats, Gents'
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Silk TTmDreilas Blankets
Trunks, Valises, Enboer and Oil (XLothing of
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
Iloscoe Dixon's new eatiiiK
ic nntv nmn. I'JvnrvLiiinir nas ixxu m-1
ted up infirsuiass style, and his wen E&Jeyrag "h The Boss Merchant Tail he has e LaTgcsraiwLJiineg
known reputation as a caterer assures oeoougniai ine lowest prices, aw. w. xt . -
afeffSSSar WSL" "m" Wtoumt sad the Lowest Srices fa town. . .
1 Winter Clothing !
f Slvery Description.
Just opened at the Occident Store.
el! 1 Quality lo S
Prices to Suit all 1
uit all !
OLOTHTER, MERCHANT TAILOR, AND HATTER.
Ed.D. Curtis & Co.
STYLE AND FINISH.
A COMPLETE" STOCK.
Comer Benton and Squemoqua Streets,
East of the Court House.
Astoria, - - . - - Orege&